Hauntingly familiar, this piano piece has an unforgettable melody, and ranges in mood from whimsical and delicate to moving, lush and full in the style of the romantic period at its most wonderful. In ABA form, the 2 "A" parts are the calm ones, while the middle "B" part is fuller and a bit faster. Instrumental, Classical, Romantic, Claude Debussy
Track Summary Music Track Title: Debussy - Clair de Lune Catalog ID: 480922 ISRC: US5UL1132064
Description: Hauntingly familiar, this piano piece has an unforgettable melody, and ranges in mood from whimsical and delicate to moving, lush and full in the style of the romantic period at its most wonderful. In ABA form, the 2 "A" parts are the calm ones, while the middle "B" part is fuller and a bit faster.
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Extended Properties Duration: 4:13
Tempo: Med Slow
Arrangement: Solo Instruments: Piano Vocal Mix: Instrumental Language:
Use Restrictions: Use in pornographic, x-rated, sexually stimulating or similar productions prohibited Use in satan-worship, devil worship, anti-religion or similar extreme productions prohibited Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited Use in productions featuring violence, gore, torture or similar mayhem prohibited
Styles: Ballad, Classical / Prelude, Documentary, Film Instrumental, Nature, Radio Production, Romantic Epic, Soundscape, Travel Channel, TV Instrumental
Extended Keywords: The romantic period in music ushered in the change from the precise crispness of the classical period - Mozart and Haydn - to the "heart on the sleeve" unabashed show of emotions which became the trademark of the romantic period. Debussy lived in the latter part of the romantic period, and his music has been termed "impressionistic". The French impressionistic painters lived around the same time, so that style showed up in art as well as music. Debussy crafted wonderful melodies, some of which are here in "Clair de Lune". He was also noted for delving a bit into the same type of rhythmic syncopations which showed up in the ragtime music of America, though there is not evidence of that in this piece. In listening to "Clair de Lune", one is transported to another place for those few minutes. It is beautiful, moving, and wonderfully crafted.