Definition of Claude Achille Debussy
1. Noun. French composer who is said to have created Impressionism in music (1862-1918).
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Literary usage of Claude Achille Debussy
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1. Story-lives of Master Musicians by Harriette Moore Brower (1922)
"XXII Claude Achille Debussy i "/ love music too much to speak of it otherwise than passionately." DEBUSSY "Art is always progressive; it cannot return to ..."
2. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1908)
"Liebich, L. Claude-Achille Debussy. *$l net Lane. Decisive battles of the world. See Creasy, E: Shepherd. DECLAMATION. ..."
3. The Aeolian Pipe-organ and Its Music by Aeolian Company (1919)
"... CLAUDE ACHILLE Claude Achille Debussy (1862-1918), one of the foremost of French composers, was born at St. Germain-en- Laye, August 22, 1862. ..."
4. Classified Catalogue of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. 1907-1911 by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (1914)
"Claude-Achille Debussy. 1908. Lane. (Living masters of music.) Debussy is (1908) the most conspicuous of the younger French composers, ..."