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OTHER WORDS FROM DebussyDe·bus·sy·an [dih-byoo-see-uhn], /dɪˈbyu si ən/, adjective
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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.
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.
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