The Piano Works of Claude Debussy
E. Robert Schmitz
Foreword by Virgil Thomson
This book is a first-hand report of a great composer’s intentions in regard to the performance of his music. These intentions have been digested and interpreted or us by the composer’s frien Robert schmitz (1889-1949), who was himself a distinguished pianist, an articulate musician and a well-known techer. The product is an authoritative commentary on the entire body of Debussy’s work for piano solo.
Pages | 234
Schmitz, E. Robert