Playing the Sarabande from Debussy’s Pour le piano is like losing yourself in an Impressionist painting. Shirley Gruenhut performs the piece in this video.
Multiple perspectives for playing and interpreting the Debussy Rêverie, including communicating the music’s rises and falls through your own breath control.
Deepen your interpretation of the Debussy First Arabesque with visual aids, tips for playing triplets against eighth notes, and comparisons to Bach’s music.
Amateur pianist Toshiko Nishino plays the Debussy First Arabesque and explains how she interprets the piece with imagery of birds, water and green fields.
Ricker Choi plays the Debussy Clair de Lune from Suite Bergamasque and reveals how the piece speaks to him with images of earth, moon, ocean, and breezes.
The Debussy Clair de Lune, the most popular movement from Suite Bergamasque, holds poetry, emotional connection, and intriguing rhythms for these pianists.
The amateur pianist Nana Asatiani performs the Debussy Clair de Lune at her patient’s elder care facility after she taught herself the music.
Angela Hewitt’s performance of the Debussy Clair de Lune showcases elements of interpretation, intention, and concentration useful to adult piano students.