Claude Debussy. Suite bergamasque. Suite bergamasque für Klavier. Besetzung: Werkverzeichnisnummer: Satzbezeichnung. Prélude. Moderato (Tempo rubato). Der ursprünglich einen bäuerlichen Renaissancetanz bezeichnende Ausdruck "bergamasque" steht dabei als Chiffre für die "Fêtes galantes" des Dominik Mercks über Claude Debussys frühes impressionistisches Klavierwerk, das von einem Gedicht Paul Verlaines inspiriert wurde.
Claude Debussy: Suite BergamasqueSuite Bergamasque. Klavier | Debussy Claude | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Den Titel Suite bergamasque wählte Debussy in Anlehnung an die barocken Tanzsuiten, die häufig in mehreren Sätzen Tänze. Dominik Mercks über Claude Debussys frühes impressionistisches Klavierwerk, das von einem Gedicht Paul Verlaines inspiriert wurde.
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This unforgettable ballet features two girls and a boy, who upon losing their ball during an evening game of tennis, hunt for it in the moonlit undergrowth, playing the odd game of hide-and-seek along the way.
Jeux was the last orchestral score that Debussy completed before his death in and is his greatest orchestral work. Instead of pointing listeners to the obvious, why not point them to some more obscure corners?
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An ascending left hand figure is introduced in the bar This texture continues until bar The harmony, while compositionally inventive, is still heavily rooted on conventional diatonic harmony; there has been occasional chromatism but the music feels diatonic.
While the music feels distinctly diatonic, it does not feel rooted in the tonic key of D b major, the key itself remains ambiguous until the final cadence in bar 72, as use of non functional harmony also occasionally implies the relative minor of B b minor.
In bar 27 we begin the B section; new thematic material is introduced, as is a change in accompaniment; we now have an arpeggio figure in the left hand.
The music at this point is in two bar phrases. The first two bar phrase uses the rhythmic cell shown earlier to create a melodic phrase.
Below this, the bass ascends a third each beat. The chord used on the third beat of bar 27, b III b is an unusual harmonic choice within conventional tonality and shows Debussy experimenting with non-functional harmony; this creates a new and interesting sound world, made more obvious by the preceding chord III a.
The harmony at this point is therefore; I III b III b. The harmonic rhythm slows at bar 29, with a sustained I chord moving to II in bar In bar we have an imitation of bar , the rhythm and general contour of the right hand melody is the same.
Under this, we have more unusual harmony, the harmonic rhythm has returned to the dotted crotchet pulse and what appears to be an A 9 chord with a doubled seventh, followed by the progression IV iii and is repeated again in the following bar.
At this point we have now subtly changed dynamic to piano from pianissimo; while we have seen crescendos and diminuendos written into the score, along with hairpins in bars 13, 14, and 29 this is the first marked change in dynamic.
Bar is a repeat of bar an octave higher. The last dotted crotchet of bar 36 is written enharmonically to prepare for the modulation at bar The piece has now moved into E major, the first modulation to occur in the piece.
In addition to the modulation, the texture also changes. The overall tessitura shifts suddenly upwards at this point. The rhythm in voice 1 of the left hand is based upon the end of the rhythmic cell shown earlier.
The music continues to ascend throughout this bar, the music rises by a third each beat. Debussy is building tension with a full arsenal of devices to prepare for the climax of the piece.
Beginning in bar 38 we hear a prominent descending chromatic scale in the bass until bar 39 beat 2. We also see the rhythmic cell used in full again.
We see a prominent forte at bar 41, from a dynamics perspective this is the climax of the piece. The right hand begins a descending scale in thirds throughout bars