Debussy: The Sea

Claude Debussy born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye of France is the never-fading figure of impressionist music. He composed his piece of art entitled The Sea in 1905. The musical stream of the piano resembles a painting, as it reflects on each and every resonance of water.

The lyrical presentation is of no surprise since Claude Debussy was a student of impressionist artists like the immortal poet Paul Verlaine. His works influenced Hungarian composers like Zoltán Kodály or Béla Bartók.