Each image wants to tell a story or describe something, maybe something realistic,
perhaps an intimate feeling. This is what Debussy and Chop in want to evoke with their works.
In Reflets Fans l'eau, Debussy is inspired by the flow of water and especially by the reflection of light into the water.
reflection of light into the water. Hommage à Rameau is a tribute to the French baroque composer.
Baroque composer: the simple sounds of this work are a distant memory of Rameau's
musical art. In Mouvement Debussy describes with a very innovative tonal
the feeling of a light and fast movement.
The third sonata by Chopin is an introspective picture, an intimate journey: The first movement is
powerful, combative. The second theme, on the contrary, is very lyrical and brings some light to
this troubled movement. The scherzo begins light and flying, but the middle section is, on the
on the contrary a deep r chorale shadowy and tense harmonies create a tr ügerisch calm,
which is disturbed by repeated octaves. The third movement is one of the deepest compositions by
Chopin: the dotted rhythm is reminiscent of a funeral march, but in this case death is
is not a tragic fall, but a quiet place without suffering. The finale brings us brutally back
to reality: in this last energetic and courageous movement, Chopin searches for a way out, and
after various attempts, he finds in the last page a release from all his intimate
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