Fin-de-siecle Paris was a particle accelerator of creative ideas; an artistic universe in itself. In the 1890s the city was edging toward musical revolution. But when that revolution came, it wasn't a Beethovenian firebrand nor a Stravinskian iconoclast who delivered it. It was Claude Debussy who, in his seminal portraits of a mythical faun and the changing textures of the sea, discovered a whole new orchestral language.
- Yannick Nezet Seguin (cond)
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