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II. Jeux De Vagues - Debussy* - Painting By Music (CD)

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Track Listing - Disc 1. Claude Debussy. Jeux, ballet, L. La Cour des lys. Danse extatique et Final du Premier Acte. La Passion. Pierre Boulez calls the result "an infinitely flexible conception of acoustical instrumental relationships" that avoided symmetry, "a development conceived in feelings and irreducible to a formal classical plan. Debussy subtitled La Mer "Trois esquisses symphoniques" "Three symphonic sketches".

Many commentators refer to it as a symphony, yet it deliberately shuns the essential structure and developmental focus of that genre. The first begins in inchoate mystery, the second suggests lively motion, and the third conjures the interplay of powerful forces.

Yet, to the frustration of those inured to the schematic literalism of the popular tone poems of the time, it's impossible to assign a specific program. Thus, the shimmering, vibrant, imposing climax of the first movement could just as easily be a stiff breeze, clouds dispersing, sun penetrating the depths, or the appearance of a great ship.

When Debussy's friend Erik Satie quipped that he liked the part at , he was deriding the title of the first movement, rather than the wholly evocative music. Indeed, the entire work conjures moods and feelings evoked by the sea and defies classification. You merely have to listen. Pleasure is the law. In retrospect, Lang credited Debussy with a refreshing harmony of feeling and intellect, reflecting the restless and complicated mentality of the turn of the century without the whipped-up passions and tearful sentimentalism that marked much of the period's art.

Perhaps that thwarting of convention helps explain the divergent views of contemporary French critics following the first performance of La Mer in December Jean Marnold praised the blend of its grandeur and delicacy and the weaving of shimmering colors into a fascinating polyphonic tissue.

Louis Laloy vaunted the maturity of Debussy's concise, classical organization of the former art of suggestion, nuance and allusions into an intentionally incomplete work. Painting By Music. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price.

Audio CD, June 13, "Please retry". Register a free business account. Track Listings Disc: 1. La Mer. Trois Esquisses Sym: I. Trois Esquisses Sym: II. Customer reviews. How does Amazon calculate star ratings? Naxos Javascript not enabled. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.

Work Title La mer Alt ernative. De l'aube a midi sur la mer II. Jeux de Vagues III. Duration 24 minutes Composer Time Period Comp. Let us know here. Need more information on this product? Click here. He continued to work on the score, however, while staying in Jersey, and then in Dieppe. A successful first attempt at orchestral conducting since, though the critics were no less divided, the public was now wholly convinced.

Though Debussy never explicitly described the work as such, it is nonetheless hard to deny that La Mer strongly resembles a symphony. Firstly, the work is divided into three sections. As for "Jeux de vagues", it borrows its for from the scherzo, and "Dialogue du vent et de la nuit" is in the form of a rondo.

A confident of Debussy, Louis Laloy made on several occasions the same allusion. The composer never denied it, himself describing the work as " [his] symphony " in an interview in Surprising when considering that Debussy condemned any and all use of the symphonic form within his own critiques!

La Mer was composed during a series of emotionally complex events for Debussy.

Boulez* Conducts Debussy*, The New Philharmonia Orchestra* Boulez* Conducts Debussy*, The New Philharmonia Orchestra* - La Mer • L'après-midi D'un Faune • Jeux ‎ (LP, Album) CBS Masterworks: 32 11 US: Sell This Version.

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  1. In the central Jeux de vagues, he knows just how to evoke the music’s rhythmically elusive qualities without recourse to a washed-out sound palette. Similarly, in the Dialogue du vent et de la mer there’s a mood of menace at the outset, and a superbly inevitable build-up to the final pages without pushing the music .
  2. Jeux, one of Debussy's final orchestral works, was written for Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes. Composer Debussy Conductor Valery Gergiev Performers London Symphony Orchestra Track list 1. Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune 2. La mer: I. De l'aube a midi sur la mer 3. La mer: II. Jeux de vagues Brand: London Symphony Orchestra.
  3. The scherzo Jeux de vagues was praised by Pierre Boulez for its “elegant, condensed, and elliptical syntax”, and is a wonderfully fluid, inventive movement. It falls broadly into three sections, the first a dance of splashing trills and pulsating ostinato rhythms, developed in the second alongside the introduction of a new theme building.
  4. La Mer, trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre, L. I. "De l'aube à midi sur la mer" (track 1) La Mer, trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre, L. II. "Jeux de vagues" (track 2).
  5. Victor de Sabata is another contender for that role. Competition aside, here is a fine collection of de Sabata's most characteristic recordings, including a major find: La Mer, a superb performance never before published.5/5(3).
  6. This is a beautifully recorded disc, the percussion in particular has been caught with superb fidelity – listen to the exquisitely graduated cymbal strokes at the end of the 2 nd movement Jeux de vagues for example. Krivine splits his violins left and right which effectively emphasises many of Debussy’s antiphonal effects.
  7. La mer was the second of Debussy's three orchestral works in three sections. The first, the Nocturnes, was premiered in Paris in , and though it had not made any great impact with the public it was well reviewed by musicians including Paul Dukas, Alfred Bruneau and Pierre de Bréville. Debussy conceived the idea of a more complex tripartite orchestral piece, and began work in August
  8. La Mer, trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre, L. I. "De l'aube à midi sur la mer" (track 1) La Mer, trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre, L. II. "Jeux de vagues" (track 2).
  9. Debussy: La mer & Le martyre de saint Sébastien, an album by Claude Debussy, Guido Cantelli, Philharmonia Orchestra on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

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