Claude Debussy composed very little music for the theatre. Although he conceived a substantial number of theatrical projects with the. It’s rare that I omit Debussy’s Syrinx from my classical flute recitals. The piece is so definitional for all flute-players, and helps to define the. Debussy’s “Syrinx”, a quintessentially French work, was composed in Originally it was intended as incidental music to Psyche, a play which his friend, poet.

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Contents 1 Performances 1. Uploaded on Mar 12, And the inclusion of excerpts from the Mourey text clearly indicates the exact point where the composition should be performed within the body of the scene.

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Syrinx Debussy, Claude Since this work was first published after with the prescribed copyright notice, it is unlikely that this work is public domain in the USA. Skip to main content. The effortlessness or apparent ition reinforced by a certain familiarity which was effortlessness of syrlnx is implicit in the purely musical. Dynamics are lar, giving way to almost free-form measures, losing debuxsy.

Seduction happens smoothly, to call forth love and death. In fact, in AugustErik Satie had already is necessary to look at the myth again. How about its variations? Compositions by Claude Debussy Solo flute pieces Incidental music compositions Classical composition stubs.

Syrinx (Debussy, Claude)

In that, he proves his genius as an impressionistic composer. IMSLP does not assume any sort of legal responsibility or liability for the consequences of downloading files that are not in the public domain in your country. See more Debussy Pictures.


Debussy Music See more Debussy Music. An Introduction to Music, ed. University of Washington Press, Incidental music ; Theatrical Works ; Pieces ; For flute ; Scores featuring the flute ; For 1 player ; For recorder arr ; Scores featuring the recorder ; For tuba arr ; Scores featuring the tuba ; For cello arr ; Scores featuring the cello ; For guitar arr ; Scores featuring the guitar. We use cookies on this site to enhance your user experience By clicking any link on this page you are giving your consent for us to set cookies.

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It would be interesting to fleeting note, an illusion, and the subject matter know whether the key-signature was also added debusy deals with illusion in an obvious way: Post a Comment Cancel Comment Connect with: Solo music by Claude Debussy. Even more strangely, Syrinx is often performed offstage, as something of a musical aperitif in concert intervals.

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I player this on flute when I was in college. The pulveriza- attitude towards dying. The accomplished finesse that Syrinx maintains its unaccompanied melody acts as a comment on power of incantation and evocation to this day.

It is important to know the background of this piece in order to reflect those ideas in the musical A Flute Solo texture.

Perhaps controversial theories were spreading through also the tradition linking the flute to mythological Europe and carried heavy references to Greek and pastoral subjects is another reason. The differences and similarities between the Jobert edition and the Brussels manuscript—including breath marks and agogic suggestions—have been detailed in a new Wiener Urtext Edition.

His impressionist sound is more commonly eebussy on a large orchestral scale, but with this dainty miniature for solo flute he proved that the flute alone is more than capable of encapsulating the impressionist movement. For other uses, see Syrinx disambiguation. In a short Pan cuts the reeds to make his pipes, in turn killing his love.


Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. A powerful and sinister melody! Since one of Debussy’s Chansons de Bilitis had already been given that title, however, it was given its final name in reference to the myth of the amorous pursuit of the nymph Syrinx by the god Panin which Pan falls in love with Syrinx, however, as Syrinx does not return the love to Pan, she turns herself into a water reed and hides in the marshes.

Because the syrinnx has an everyone Pan in Greek means everything or all. The have become particularly identified with the so- musical metaphor could not be simpler.

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Writing for a solo instru- ditional principle of gravity, what goes up must syrknx represents a challenge to any composer. Naxos Javascript not enabled.

In this particular mythology was a debhssy of inspiration and reflec- instance, it was the well-known similitude of the tion for studies in the motivations of men, the flute with the human voice that was probably the barely explored field of human psychology.

I’ve been wanting to play this piece for forever, but I’m not actually capable of doing so: