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Clair de Lune (Debussy) | Piano Sheet Music (Digital Print)

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Clair de Lune (Debussy) | Piano Sheet Music

Format: PDF/Digital Print

Pages: 1

Product Description

Our Meet the Composer graded piano solos are written to give students to best chance for success while maintaining the integrity of the original work. Permission granted for instruction, public performance, or just for fun.

Contents

Clair de Lune (Debussy) for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo (1 Pages)


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About the Composer

Claude Debussy was born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, on August 22, 1862. He was the oldest of five children. His father, owned a china and crockery shop, and his mother, Victorine Manoury Debussy, was a seamstress. Claude began piano lessons at the age of seven with an Italian violinist named Cerrito. His musical talent was quite evident, and by the age of ten Claude began studying music at the Paris Conservatoire. During his time there he studied composition, music history, piano, organ, and solf├ęge. His experimental approach to composing music was problematic to his teachers however, as he did not like following the strict rules of the Conservatory. Read more...