La Mer: Part 3, Dialogue Of The Wind And The Waves

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  1. 3.“Dialogue du vent et de la mer” — animé et tumultueux — cédez très légèrement (“Dialogue of the wind and the sea” — animated and tumultuous — ease up very slightly) La Mer .
  2. Jul 22,  · However, despite the evocative titles of the work's three movements—"From Dawn to Noon on the Sea," "Play of the Waves," and "Dialogue of the Wind and the Sea"—La Mer is an example of the composer's wish to create atmospheric music, rather .
  3. La Mer, symphonic sketches (3) for orchestra, L. 2 I. De l'Aube a midi sur la Mer (From dawn to noon on the sea).
  4. "Dialogue of the wind and the sea" or "Dialogue between wind and waves" – animated and tumultuous – ease up very slightly (C sharp minor) Debussy called La mer "three symphonic sketches," deliberately avoiding the term symphony. [13].
  5. Sep 04,  · amletpaczmenswabournewshandduthulasphe.coinfo Composer: Claude Debussy Composition Title: La Mer Movement Title: Dialogue between Wind and Waves Performer: United States Air Force Band Music Original Source: https.
  6. Debussy: La mer by necmusic published on TZ Hugh Wolff conducts the New England Conservatory Philharmonia in a performance of Debussy's La mer. Recorded live April 13, at NEC's Jordan Hall.
  7. La Mer: II. Play of the Waves. By Claude Debussy. 2 PREVIEW La Mer: III. Dialogue of the Wind and the Sea. By Claude Debussy. 3.
  8. 3 - "Dialogue of the wind and the sea" or "Dialogue between wind and waves" Scoring La Mer The score calls for two flutes and piccolo, two oboes and english horn, two clarinets, three bassoons and contrabassoon, four horns, three trumpets and two cornets, three trombones and tuba, timpani, cymbals, tam-tam, triangle, glockenspiel, bass drum, two harps, and strings.
  9. DEBUSSY: La Mer Cleveland Orchestra Artur Rodzinski, conductor 01 From Dawn till Noon on the Sea 02 Play of the Waves 03 Dialogue of the Wind and the Sea Columbia 78rpm Set MM (XCO - ) Recorded December 29, Digital transfer by F. Reeder (High bit rate).

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