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1. Reverie

Reverie

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2. Rêverie

Rêverie

Written in 1890, Debussy's Reverie was one of his first solo piano works to make an impact. Even at this early stage in his career, when he was still working out what kind of composer he wanted to be (he was apparently a fervent debater when it came to Wagnerism), it's clear to see traits of that signature Debussy sound. Classical Music - The Essential Collection

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3. Claude Debussy: Rêverie

  • Published: 2015-02-18T23:56:00Z
  • By cmdigital
Claude Debussy: Rêverie

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4. Claude Debussy - Rêverie (ドビュッシー 夢)

  • Published: 2014-10-04T16:48:39Z
  • By iTOK
Claude Debussy - Rêverie (ドビュッシー 夢)

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5. Reverie

Reverie

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7. Rêverie (L.68) by Claude Debussy; Adam Sherkin, piano

Rêverie (L.68) by Claude Debussy; Adam Sherkin, piano

REVERIE (1890) by Claude Debussy; Adam Sherkin, piano Recorded live at The Royal Conservatory, April 26th, 2004 in Toronto www.adamsherkin.com Painting by Samuel Palmer: A Dream in the Apennine, exhibited 1864 Tate Collection N05923

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8. Rêverie, L.68

Rêverie, L.68

Written in 1890, Debussy's Reverie was one of his first solo piano works to make an impact. Even at this early stage in his career, when he was still working out what kind of composer he wanted to be (he was apparently a fervent debater when it came to Wagnerism), it's clear to see traits of that signature Debussy sound. However, the young Debussy had not quite developed the style and tricks that would earmark him as one of his generation's most notable talents. There are no fireworks here, no sudden explosions in texture that would come to characterise his later works - this is more of a meditation, the perfect precursor to exploring those later works. The gently repetitive theme that opens the work feels like a descent into sleepy dream-world (as the title suggests), and as the textures become ever richer the dreams only become more lush and addictive. A fantastic early sign that this Debussy fellow was one to watch… Source: ClassicFM http://www.classicfm.com/composers/debussy/music/debussy-reverie/

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10. Claude Debussy - Rêverie

Claude Debussy - Rêverie

Myself at 17 during my high school senior recital in Spring 2008. The piano is rather out of tune, particularly on the extremes. Played from memory, and a few nervous mistakes here and there. Otherwise a fairly good recording.

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11. Reverie - Claude Debussy (Performed by J.Jay Berthume)

Reverie - Claude Debussy (Performed by J.Jay Berthume)

My interpretation of my favorite piano piece of all time, Debussy's "Reverie". Hope you enjoy. :)

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12. Claude Debussy - Rêverie

  • Published: 2015-12-08T00:03:17Z
  • By -Aki-
Claude Debussy - Rêverie

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13. Claude Debussy - Reverie

Claude Debussy - Reverie

Claude Debussy - rêverie by Petra Gries photo copyright : Sabine Hecktor

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14. Reverie by Claude Debussy (Percussion Ensemble 8) - Dwayne Rice

Reverie by Claude Debussy (Percussion Ensemble 8) - Dwayne Rice

The definition of reverie is "a state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts; a daydream." The quiet, reflective passages of this beautifully simple work wander about very much as if in a dream. Reverie was originally written for piano solo but is here transcribed for mallet ensemble. INSTRUMENTATION Bells Vibraphone 1 Vibraphone 2 Chimes Marimba 1 (4-octave) Marimba 2 (4-octave) Marimba 3 (4.3-octave) Marimba 4 (5-octave)

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15. "Reverie" by Claude Debussy

Reverie, Claude Debussy. Malmsjö Acoustic Grand piano sample.

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16. Rêverie

Rêverie

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17. Reverie - Claude Debussy

Reverie - Claude Debussy

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19. La minute de Madame Disco #37 : Claude Debussy : Rêverie

La minute de Madame Disco #37 : Claude Debussy : Rêverie

En 1928, Marius François Gaillard enregistre Rêverie de Claude Debussy, un 78 tours Odéon 171057

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20. Reverie by Claude Debussy

Reverie by Claude Debussy

Little fragment of "Reverie" by Claude Debussy

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