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Debussy – Estampes, L.100 Piano Sheet Music Debussy’s first major work after the ill-fated opera “Pelléas et Mélisande” was written in three parts, each named after its own color. Debussy had long been fascinated with the Orient, and these pieces are his impressionistic painting of that mysterious world. Debussy wrote in his preface to the score, “I have attempted through precise notation and absolute freedom in respect of metric…to transpose into another language the traditional Japanese music which fascinated me so much at the Paris exhibition.” Debussy captures here an otherworldly atmosphere that sounds nothing like our own Western world.

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