Description: 2m10 piano piece with strings in at 1m01. very eric satie in style.

Description: 3m38s piano piece, andantino legato. similar to early 20th century french composers (satie, debussy, ravel).

Description: The Girl Wit The Flaxen Hair - one of Debussy's finest pieces, arranged and performed on a solo classical guitar.

Description: Solo piano. Jazz, Ragtime, Americana, Classical

Description: The Suite Bergamasque is one of the most famous piano suites by Claude Debussy. Debussy commenced the suite in 1890 at age 28, but he did not finish or publish it until 1905. This piece is great for wedding videos, romantic movie scenes, or nature videos. The piece was featured in: Ocean's Eleven: https://youtu.be/Cfu9s89C-pc?t=18s Twilight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbMqG1x_9mA

Description: Solo Piano. Meditative and reflective, in the impressionist style.

Description: Claude Debussy’s “Ballade slave” (“Slavic Ballad”) is piece for the solo piano that rests on a single theme and the repetition of its basic motifs. It is tangibly Russian in character, constructed around the principles of variation technique. Despite its Russian flavor, the piece contains a clear hint of Debussy's great sea music with its wide-flung left hand arpeggios.

Description: Claude Debussy’s “Ballade slave” (“Slavic Ballad”) is piece for the solo piano that rests on a single theme and the repetition of its basic motifs. It is tangibly Russian in character, constructed around the principles of variation technique. Despite its Russian flavor, the piece contains a clear hint of Debussy's great sea music with its wide-flung left hand arpeggios.

Description: Claude Debussy’s “Passepied” (a type of dance which originated in Brittany) constitutes the final movement of his famous piano suite “Suite bergamasque.” In F sharp minor and marked “allegretto ma non troppo,” it is a happy, strangely medieval, piece, which is surprisingly faster than its Baroque counterparts. Throughout most of its duration, the piece is played with staccato arpeggios in the left hand.

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