Première Rhapsodie Claude Debussy Klarinet

Première Rhapsodie


Première Rhapsodie

Claude Debussy
Instrumentaal werk Klarinet
Clarinet [Bb] and Piano
Boek met partij(en)
Moeilijkheidsgraad: INTERMEDIATE
Taal : Frans-Engels

“[...] this piece is, without a doubt, one of the sweetest I have ever written.” As this letter that Claude Debussy wrote to Durand, his publisher, indicates, the composer held his Rhapsodie for clarinet and piano in very high regard. In 1909, when Gabriel Fauré, then director of the Paris Conservatoire, commissioned the piece, Debussy had never before written for clarinet. He dedicated it to “P. Mimart, as a token of my regard.” After the unanimous recognition of the high quality of this solo, written for competition, Mimart premiered it in public on 16 January 1911 at the Salle Gaveau in Paris. Two years later, Debussy would choose to expand it further, writing a version accompanied by orchestra with a greatly expanded palette of colours. As its name suggests, it is freeform, and emanates a great poetry. The introduction, “Rêveusement lent”, is an evocation of the dawn. This gives way to a scene of nature’s awakening, which never ceases to amaze us with its transformations. At times calm and lyrical, it sometimes becomes mischievous, vindictive or even joyous, especially during the scherzando passages. In a heightened impressionist style, Debussy gives free rein to his imagination, demanding tremendous speed and precision from the clarinettist.

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