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9 Culturally, Symbolism and Impressionism were reactions that sprang from a world obsessed with . first of two books of Debussy's highly programmatic preludes. Debussy: Impressionism and Symbolism. London: Ernst Eulenberg Ltd, 1976.
9 Culturally, Symbolism and Impressionism were reactions that sprang from a world obsessed with material things from the contemporary political turmoil and the bourgeois obsession with material possessions, to the scientific and technological fixation on achieving mastery over the natural world. 10 Symbolists were dissatisfied intellectuals who turned to the antithesis of materialism: spiritualism (an aesthetic which Claude Debussy, quoted in Lon Vallas, Claude Debussy: His Life and Works, trans.
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Debussy was the main composer of Impressionist music (among others). Impressionist music really liked going outside of the key box. Most of us are familiar with the whole major/minor modality – where a song is based in a specific key, and it’s a major or minor key. We'll discuss the time period and the sound of Impressionism, with examples. Impressionist composers liked to write songs that weren’t in any key at all – and we call that atonality. Use of different scales/keys (like modes). Another way composers escaped the major/minor modality was to explore different harmonies and keys.
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