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Nocturnes: I. Nuages
Claude Debussy Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by Claude Debussy:

My Reverie Our love is a dream, but in my reverie I can…
Reverie Our love is a dream, but in my reverie I can…

The lyrics can frequently be found in the comments below or by filtering for lyric videos.
Most interesting comment from YouTube:

De Bawb

Tremendous work. The day starts. The dew vanishes into the sky. Maybe a sole bird wets his wings in the damp air?

If you listen carefully around 2:40 , the clouds rise and collapse. Rise and collapse during the day. Then 3:20 the chilling gust of wind that always seems to happen right before the rain. 3:28 Drip-drip. Drop-drop. Drip-drip. Drop-drop. The rain?

The water gathers in puddles, and finds its way to the stream, to the river, and to a river branch and out to the sea.

Maybe 6:52 adds the sound of steam vessels puttering by or a coal barge passes - its boiler rumbling in the ambiance.

This is a delightful piece of art. Each note a brush stroke of the masterpiece transformed from Debussy's memory to music.



All comments from YouTube:

Marcus Hicks

Debussy's use of harmony was truly magnificent.

Luca Rossi

I totally agree with you

Mauve

2:22 gets me every time. It’s just heartbreakingly beautiful

lifecloud2

Whoosh! I'm RIGHT there with you! Every single time this one part lifts me up and floats me away.

techno_techie

One of my favorite pieces of all time - I feel like you can see the scene because the music is THAT expressive and magnificent.

De Bawb

Tremendous work. The day starts. The dew vanishes into the sky. Maybe a sole bird wets his wings in the damp air?

If you listen carefully around 2:40 , the clouds rise and collapse. Rise and collapse during the day. Then 3:20 the chilling gust of wind that always seems to happen right before the rain. 3:28 Drip-drip. Drop-drop. Drip-drip. Drop-drop. The rain?

The water gathers in puddles, and finds its way to the stream, to the river, and to a river branch and out to the sea.

Maybe 6:52 adds the sound of steam vessels puttering by or a coal barge passes - its boiler rumbling in the ambiance.

This is a delightful piece of art. Each note a brush stroke of the masterpiece transformed from Debussy's memory to music.

Intrafacial86

I love this song: emotionally sweeping, yet calm. A little noisy on page turns and things, but still well done!

arbiter569

I've always thought that Debussy's work could open up different dimensions. I think that's what sets him apart from other composers. Every time I hear one of his symphonies I get a story idea. Like for this one; the last man on earth walks the quiet, barren town streets but is he being watched? Brilliant, absolutely brilliant!

whatgivesit

this is the original Hollywood film score music...... the great Hollywood scores imitated Debussy, he created it, in the 1890s

Lisa Flute

This was really beautiful . Sounds dreamy .
I’m listening to this because I am studying Octantonic scales in theory 7. Interesting scale , half step , whole step , half step, Whole step etc . I love orchestra! 😊thank you for posting this !

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