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Debussy’s Paris

Piano Portraits of the Belle Époque
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Catherine Kautsky
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Debussy’s Paris takes readers on a tour of Belle Époque Paris through detailed descriptions of the city’s delights and the exquisite piano music Debussy wrote to accompany them. Kautsky reveals little known aspects of Parisian life and weaves the music, the man, the city, and the era into an indissoluble whole.
Claude Debussy’s exquisite piano works have captivated generations with their dreamlike atmosphere and mysterious soundscapes. Written in Paris at the height of the Belle Époque, the music creates a soundtrack for Parisians’ enjoyment of such delights as clowns, mermaids, eccentric dances, and the dark tales of Edgar Allan Poe. Debussy’s Paris: Piano Portraits of the Belle Époque explores how key works reflect not only the most appealing and innocent aspects of Paris but also more disquieting attitudes of the time such as racism, colonial domination, and nationalistic hostility. Debussy left no avenue unexplored, and his piano works present a sweeping overview of the passions, vices, and obsessions of the era.

Pianist Catherine Kautsky reveals little-known elements of Parisian culture and weaves the music, the man, the city, and the era into an indissoluble whole. Her portrait will delight anyone who has ever been entranced by Debussy’s music or the city that inspired it.
Ch. 1: Pierrot Conquers Paris
Ch. 2. Poets, Clowns, and Circus Daredevils
Ch. 3. Dance Steps out of Line
Ch. 4. The Cakewalk Wars
Ch. 5. A Taste for the Orient
Ch. 6. Asia on a Pedestal
Ch. 7 Child’s Play and Make Believe
Ch. 8. Fairies and Fairy Tales
Ch. 9. Crossovers on Land and at Sea
Ch. 10. The Floating World
Ch. 11. Fair-haired Maidens
Ch. 12. Edgar Allan Poe’s “Imp of the Perverse”
Ch. 13 The Sounds of Nationalism

Afterword: In Conversation with Baudelaire and Proust