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Debussy’s famous “Clair de lune”, recorded by the composer himself

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December 27, 2019

Hey – take to take a five-minute break – well, shorter, actually.  You may have heard this gem of a short piano piece before – “Claire de lune” (“Moonlight”) by French Impressionist composer, Claude Debussy.

This is one of the best pieces to just chill when you need to de-stress. This is a rare piano roll of the composer himself playing. The opening notes almost sound swung to me – a jazz term for playing notes long – short, long – short long, instead of evenly.

Check it out – what do you think?

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