DEBUSSY SYRINX PDF

It might take less than three minutes to play, but Debussy's Syrinx crams a lot into one piece for solo flute. Any flautists out there, no matter their standard, will no doubt have a soft spot for this intricate little gem from Claude Debussy. His impressionist sound is more commonly seen on a large orchestral scale, but with this dainty miniature for solo flute he proved that the flute alone is more than capable of encapsulating the impressionist movement. Budding flautists all end up playing this work at some point, and it's easy to see why.

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It might take less than three minutes to play, but Debussy's Syrinx crams a lot into one piece for solo flute. Any flautists out there, no matter their standard, will no doubt have a soft spot for this intricate little gem from Claude Debussy. His impressionist sound is more commonly seen on a large orchestral scale, but with this dainty miniature for solo flute he proved that the flute alone is more than capable of encapsulating the impressionist movement.

Budding flautists all end up playing this work at some point, and it's easy to see why. There's a lot of room for interpretation, it sounds impressive and, most importantly, it's been a hit with audiences for a century. It had slightly more inauspicious beginnings, though - Debussy initially write it as incidental music to a play that was never completed.

Even more strangely, Syrinx is often performed offstage, as something of a musical aperitif in concert intervals. See more Debussy Pictures. See more Debussy Album Reviews. Discover Music. Debussy - Syrinx. Debussy News See more Debussy News. Debussy Music See more Debussy Music. Debussy Pictures See more Debussy Pictures. Debussy Guides See more Debussy Guides.

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Syrinx for solo flute

Syrinx , L. It generally takes three minutes or less to perform. It was the first significant piece for solo flute after the Sonata in A minor composed by C. Syrinx is commonly considered to be an indispensable part of any flutist's repertoire. Many musical historians believe that "Syrinx", which gives the performer generous room for interpretation and emotion, played a pivotal role in the development of solo flute music in the early twentieth century. Some say Syrinx was originally written by Debussy without barlines or breath marks.

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Debussy - Syrinx

Mystery clouds the origin, composition, and analysis of Debussy's Syrinx. Detective work has sleuthed out some answers, left lingering questions, and added insights to assist in performance of this definitive piece, as Debussy intended it to be heard. Claude Debussy's Syrinx, or La Flute de Pan, as it was originally titled, has become one of the most important solos in flute literature. The first unaccompanied flute solo written for the modern Bohm system flute, Syrinx is considered a landmark in music history, paving the way for other composers such as Ibert with Piece and Varese with Density Debussy himself could not have imagined the impact of his La Flute de Pan, which may be the most performed, recorded, analyzed, and debated flute piece ever written. Since its publication by Jobert in , musicians have debated the origins, performance practice, and analysis of Syrinx. Regarding its origin, much of the interest seems to have occurred because its historical details were not well documented, and still remain somewhat of a mystery.

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Syrinx (Debussy, Claude)

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