OTHER WORDS FROM DebussyDe·bus·sy·an [dih-byoo-see-uhn], /dɪˈbyu si ən/, adjective
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Freire’s repertoire included works by Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Liszt, Brahms and Debussy.Nelson Freire, acclaimed Brazilian pianist, dies at 77|Emily Langer|November 4, 2021|Washington Post
In the four hands of Swiss piano duo Adrienne Soos and Ivo Haag, Debussy’s colors are lifted, and the piece tilts around in the light like a prism.
In 1914, Debussy supervised Henri Büsser in creating two new versions of the work — one for orchestra and another for four-handed piano, to which I’ve grown quite attached.
Debussy is a man of unhampered and clairvoyant imagination, a dreamer with a far-wandering vision.
I am quite aware that such praise of Debussy's lyric-drama as is spoken here will seem to many preposterous, or at best excessive.
From this she suddenly turned to Debussy—she played a most difficult thing of his—I can't remember its name—then she stopped.Man and Maid|Elinor Glyn
Inez interrupted one of these communions, when Helen supposed herself alone with Debussy.The Spell|William Dana Orcutt
The Debussy opera, wonderful as it is, does not begin to make the vocal demands that such a work as Trovatore does.Great Singers on the Art of Singing|James Francis Cooke