La fille aux cheveux de lin or ‘The Girl with the Flaxen Hair’ is a musical composition by French Composer Claude Debussy. The piece was. Smooth and transcendental, it’s easy to see why ‘The girl with the flaxen hair’ is one of Debussy’s most recorded pieces. It’s the eighth piece in the first book of. Check out Debussy: The Girl with the Flaxen Hair (La fille aux cheveux de lin) by Peter Schmalfuss on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and.
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La fille aux cheveux de lin (The girl with the flaxen hair) – Debussy: 20 facts – Classic FM
The piece was written between late and earlyand it is known for its debssy. It was first published in April, and premiered in June Still, inspiration for this short composition is unknown. At the same time, the girl with the flaxen hair was always seen as a symbol of innocence, gentleness and naivety in fine art. Therefore the simplicity of the composition and the motif go hand in hand.
All of his compositions are like impressions, of night skies, beautiful landscapes, reveries, and charming ladies. The impression of the composition is an individual thing. When it ends, I always have the feeling that the beautiful dream is gone, that the sweet and flowery moment has vanished.
Debussy, Claude (Dishinger) Girl with the Flaxen Hair [La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin]
dbussy Her flaxen hair is now unattainable. Still, the memories of the romance are fresh and sweet. Perhaps you should spare two minutes of your time and listen to this composition again to get your impression. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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Notify me of new posts via email. It is the girl with the flaxen hair, The beauty with cherry lips so fair. Your mouth has colours so divine, it tempts a kiss, o, were it mine! Do not say no, o cruel girl! Girk to deer, farewell to hare!
And to red partridges! I shall dare a kiss of your crimson lips to steal, your flaxen locks to caress and feel! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.
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La fille aux cheveux de lin (The girl with the flaxen hair)
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