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Preludes Book 2 by Claude Debussy, Maurice Hinson

Preludes Book 2

Description : This significant compilation of 12 Preludes represents Debussy's mature writing style and is filled with a great diversity of compositional styles. The music expresses a vast repertoire of emotions, colors and moods. Helpful English translations of French terms as well as Debussy's performance suggestions are included as well as Dr. Hinson's suggestions for performance and an analysis of each prelude.

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Authors : Claude Debussy, Maurice Hinson

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Publisher : Alfred Music

ISBN : 1457424738

Page : 80 Pages

Categories : Music

Total Download: 13

Filesize: 3 MB

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