Definition of Claude Debussey

1. Noun. French composer who is said to have created Impressionism in music (1862-1918).

Exact synonyms: Claude Achille Debussy, Debussy
Generic synonyms: Composer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Claude Debussey

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Claude Achille Debussy
Claude Bernard
Claude Debussey (current term)
Claude E. Shannon
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Literary usage of Claude Debussey

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1. Music (1901)
"... but also among the older: Georges Alary, Emile Bernard, Rene de Boisdeffre, Ernest Chausson, Camille Chevillard, Claude Debussey, Camille Erlanger, ..."

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