Jun 13, 2019

A Nocturne Not by Chopin

Claude Debussy wrote three nocturnes for symphony orchestra, bearing absolutely no resemblance to the eighteen by Chopin for solo piano. In this episode George Marriner Maull takes a look inside Festivals, the second of Debussy’s work: Three Nocturnes. Debussy’s liberated attitude toward tonality and distinct orchestrations will be explored.

Inside Music with George Marriner Maull on WWFM The Classical Network is sponsored by Glenmede, an independent trust company providing investment and wealth management services with offices in Princeton, Morristown and Philadelphia.

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