Label: Supraphon a.s. - SU 3421-2 011 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Czech Republic • Genre: Classical •
Here is a list of public concerts, where Debussy appeared as a pianist. It is compiled from several different sources, and is quite complete. Debussy also appeared as a conductor on several concerts, especially late in life, but these are not included. Debussy was born August 22studied at the Paris conservatory from toand died from cancer March 25, Concerts where Debussy appeared as a pianist Here is a list of public concerts, where Debussy appeared as a pianist.
Frederic Chopin: Piano concerto no. July, Piano competition at the Paris conservatory. Frederic Chopin: Ballade no. Beethoven: Sonata op. Schumann: Sonata no. Carl Maria von Weber: sonate no. Frederic Chopin: Allegro de concert, opus December, Would You Believe It - Baker Knight - Would You Believe It / Tomorrows Goodtime Girl in the newly opened Cabaret Chat Noir.
May 12, A concert together with Mme Vasnier. March 25, Cercle Musical Concducts some orchestral works, and accompanies some of his own songs. March 12 according to Orenstein p. Pickwick Esq. February 5, Plays together with the violinist A. March 1, Concert i Amsterdam dedicated to Debussy.
May A charity concert together with Fêtes - Claude Debussy / Jean Fournet / The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Jean Fournet Conducts Deb Long. December 21, A war charity concert. September Concert in Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Gaston Poulet and Debussy play the violin sonata. The motto was Ars Gallica. The inaugural concert was April 20,and Ravel performed the Debussy work D'un cahier d'esquisses [Orenstein p.
Cercle musical: An organisation for chamber music. Sources: Clevenger p. Appear as a pianist in a trio, in Chauny outside Paris A trio by Haydn. July, L'Enfant Prodigue. Plays together with the violinist A.
Cryin Shame - The Gregg Allman Band - Playin Up A Storm, S. S. Fools - S. S. Fools, The Conductor - Peter Ustinov, The Toronto Philharmonia Orchestra* - The Orchestra, Strange Days - The Doors - Strange Days, Vollende Denn Das Letze Lied - Alexander Von Zemlinsky - Lyrische Symphonie - Lyrická Symfonie