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La Plus Que Lente

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  1. La plus que lente appeared soon after the publication of Book I of Debussy's Preludes, in It represented Debussy 's laconic reaction to the pervasive influence of the slow waltz in France's coffee-houses, dance-halls, and salons.
  2. “Jeux” (French for “Games”) is an early work of Debussy’s that, like many of his works, began life as a solo piano piece before going orchestral (albeit in more or less traditional form, before innovation took over); while “Le Plus Que Lente” (“The More The Slow”) began life as a piano work published in shortly after that of his Book One Preludes, though it was not a part of that set/5(5).
  3. Jul 04,  · Despite its title, “La plus que lente” was not meant to be played slowly: lente, in this context, refers to the valse lente genre that Debussy attempted to emulate. Typical of Debussy's caustic approach to naming his compositions, it represented his reaction to the vast influence of the slow waltz in France's social atmospheres.
  4. Shop and Buy La Plus Que Lente sheet music. Piano, Violin sheet music book by Claude Debussy (): Editions Durand at Sheet Music Plus: The .
  5. La plus que lente: Sheet (Alfred Masterwork Edition) Paperback – April 1, by Claude Debussy (Composer), Maurice Hinson (Composer)Reviews: 2.
  6. About 'La Plus que Lente' Artist: Debussy, Claude (sheet music) Born: , St Germain-en-Laye Died: , Paris The Artist: Among the most important 20th century composers, and the most influential. Often dubbed a musical impressionist, but his music always has a strong sense of form.
  7. Oct 01,  · Daniel Berman, pianist performs Debussy La Plus que Lente at Flushing Town Hall, NY Musica Reginae Productions April 17,
  8. Watch the video for La plus que lente from Claude Debussy's Debussy: Piano Favourites for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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