Clair de Lune

Claude Debussy
Claude Debussy
Debussy: Piano Works
3.5/5 (2)

Claude Debussy is the third piece of the piano solo “Suite Bergamasque” which was widely known as a pianist. The performance designation should be D♭ major, 9/8, Andante très expressif. Night where the beautiful dissonance and the constant arpeggio hanging in the second half make me feel absolute tranquility, which was attached to the universal “light of the moon” of the French poet Paul Verlaine’s poetry “Fêtes Galantes” My thoughts. Although the prototype was a piano song, various arrangements were born along with a long time ago, and it is now being played in orchestral music. It seems that the initial title was “Promenade sentimentale”.