A cleanly printed publication of Debussy's Etudes, Book 1. Editor is not named; apparently based on the original French edition. Schirmer Library, Volume 1987.
Edited by Ernst-Gunter Heinemann. Published by Henle, Munich. Copyright 1994. Debussy's Etudes contain some of his finest piano music. This volume contains all 12 Etudes, from both books. Urtext edition
Published by Masters Music, Boca Raton, FL. Copyright 1992. An attractively priced edition of these essential piano pieces. Reprinted from the original edition
Researched and prepared by Carl Swanson. For pedal harp with string orchestra accompaniment. This new engraving of the Danses - the first since 1910 - has all of the pedal changes printed in a
Transcribed for clarinet and piano by Alfred Piguet. Reprinted from the 1912 Durand Edition. Score, 15 p.and part.
In autumn 1891 Debussy's early piano piece, Ballade slave, was published by Choudens. When he had it re-engraved by Fromont in a slightly revised form in 1903, he deleted the word slave. Thus the
Edited by Christophe Grabowski. For piano. Composed as an homage to King Albert I of Belgium and his soldiers. Score, 4 p.
Debussy, Claude. Ed. Hans Swarsenski. Published by Peters, London. Copyright 1975. Newly edited score of Debussy's work of 1914. This edition is based on the Durand edition, and the Soviet edition has also
Edited by Paul Gerrits and Marie Levesque. Preface in Fr. and Eng. Guitar quartet. Score, 19 p. and parts.
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