Debussy Orchestral Music
Debussy was the first great revolutionary in twentieth-century music, and exercised a far-reaching influence on succeeding generations. The full impact of his new idiom comes across most clearly and explicitly in his orchestral works.
This volume is one of a series of music guides which are planned to give the layman an overall view of the subject, significance in the general history of the genre, and how the form was developed by the composer. There are detailed examinations of important works or movements, with musical examples.
Author / Composer: David Cox