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 “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 “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 “Clair de lune” (“Moonlight”) constitutes the third and most famous movement of his popular piano suite “Suite bergamasque.” In D flat major and marked “andante très expressif,” it is played mostly pianissimo. Musically, Debussy’s “Clair de lune” belongs to French Impressionism.

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 “Clair de lune” (“Moonlight”) constitutes the third and most famous movement of his popular piano suite “Suite bergamasque.” In D flat major and marked “andante très expressif,” it is played mostly pianissimo. Musically, Debussy’s “Clair de lune” belongs to French Impressionism.

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 “Clair de lune” (“Moonlight”) constitutes the third and most famous movement of his popular piano suite “Suite bergamasque.” In D flat major and marked “andante très expressif,” it is played mostly pianissimo. Musically, Debussy’s “Clair de lune” belongs to French Impressionism.

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