Claude Debussy: a guide to research

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Garland, 1990 - Music - 504 pages
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Emphasizing research since 1972, Briscoe's guide updates two standard works: Francois Lesure's Catalogue de l'oeuvre de Claude Debussy (Editions Minkoff, 1977) and Claude Abravanel's Claude Debussy: A ... Read full review

Contents

Chronology of Life and Works
3
Catalogue of Musical Works
17
Letters Critical Writings and Interviews
83
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

James R. Briscoe, Professor of Musicology at Butler University, is a specialist in French music, the works of Claude Debussy, and women's music. He has received research and teaching grants from the French government, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Mellon Foundation. In addition to numerous articles, critical editions, and books, he is the editor of Contemporary Anthology of Music by Women (IUP, 1997).

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