Debussy was a French pianist and composer. Debussy’s unique style of composition gave him much fame. Debussy is widely regarded as one of the most influential composers of the 20th century, especially in his use of non-traditional scales in musical harmony. Debussy wrote many types of music that included all forms except for opera. Debussy’s music also incorporated modes, and Debussy is sometimes considered as a part of the Impressionist movement. Debussy died on March 25th, 1918 due to colon cancer
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