Debussy's Rameau: French Music and Its Others

Suschitzky, Anya
September 2002
Musical Quarterly;Fall2002, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p398
Academic Journal
Looks into the music of Jean-Philippe Rameau and Claude Debussy in France. History of Debussy's interest in Rameau's performances; Discussion of the essays written by Debussy on music and harmony; Exploration of the attempt of Debussy to create an illusion of historical continuity.


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