8 thoughts on “ General Lavine - eccentric - Robert Casadesus - Debussy Piano Music (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jul 18,  · Debussy* - Robert Casadesus ‎– Piano Works Label: Sony Music Entertainment (France) S.A. ‎– , Sony Classical ‎– /5(1).
  2. Debussy played by a real master of French piano music. *warning - it does not contain Claire de Lune, at least the most commonly known piece of that name* It is played with incredible passion. The Engulfed Cathedral is incredible, and the Petite Suite, played with Gaby Casadesus, is worth the price of the entire album (I payed $80 for it when 5/5(2).
  3. Browse: Debussy - General Lavine - eccentric (from Préludes - Book 2) This page lists all recordings of General Lavine - eccentric (from Préludes - Book 2) by Claude Achille Debussy (). Showing 1 - 10 of 27 results.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Debussy - Preludes, Vol. I-II on Discogs.
  5. General Lavine - Eccentric: Debussy Preludes - Book II - 7. La Terrasse Des Audiences Au Clair De Lune: Debussy Preludes - Book II - 8. Ondine Robert Casadesus Piano, Debussy* - Preludes (Book II) ‎ (LP, Album, RE) Columbia Masterworks: ML US: Unknown: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [m] Master Release.
  6. Général Lavine – eccentric (for piano) – Claude Debussy (ANALYSIS) No. 6 from Préludes, Book II. Level V-VI analysis (2 pages, brief analysis) by Ross Hamilton ().
  7. ps] I have this record at the present time(), of which backcover note says "On November 30th the 'Hommage à Chausson' by Robert Casadesus had its world premiere in New York at Carnegie Hall. Mr. Casadesus and Mr. Francescatti ahd been asked to give a benefit performance for the American Library in Paris. These artists together with.
  8. Nov 08,  · You should read Paul Robert's book "Images,." about the inspiration and interpretation behind Debussy's piano music. He also has a DVD "Mysts, Fireworks, Fairies" on performing the 1st book of Preludes - unfortunately won't directly help with General Lavine, but would help your thinking about any of the preludes Bk I or II.

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