Debussy Syrinx-Solo Flute-Henle
Debussy Syrinx-Solo Flute-Henle Syrinx – La flûte de Pan for Flute solo Ernst-Günter Heinemann (Editor) Urtext Edition, paperbound Syrinx is undoubtedly among the works that are immediately associated with Debussy. The piece, which was given its first performance under the title La flûte de Pan, was composed in 1913 as incidental music to a dramatic poem by Gabriel Mourey. In the central scene Pan is playing a reed flute, which is actually the nymph Syrinx. Pan is, however, invisible to the other nymphs and to the audience. In order to reflect the staged situation, the dedicatee Louis Fleury used to play the piece behind a screen when he played it in concert. It was only published by Jobert in 1927, following Debussy’s death; its popularity has remained unsurpassed to this day. French composer, Claude Debussy was born in 1862 and was a gifted pianist. Aged 11, he studied at the Conservatoire. at age 11. Debussy established himself as one of the most renowned figures of French music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEyKM13yf_4
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