Debussy Deux arabesques

The Two Arabesques (Deux arabesques), L. 66, are a pair of piano pieces by Debussy, two of his earliest works, composed between the years 1888-91, while in his twenties. They contain hints of Debussy's developing musical style, being one of the very early impressionistic pieces of music. . Two editions were issued in the composer's lifetime by Durand, published in 1891 and 1904. The first arabesque -in the key of E- begins with parallelism of triads in first inversion, a composition technique very much used by Debussy and other Impressionists, tracing back to the tradition of fauxbourdon. It leads into a larger section beginning with a left hand arpeggio in E major and a descending right hand E major pentatonic progression.
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Arabesque No. 1. Andantino con moto
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Arabesque No. 1. Andantino con moto
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Arabesque No. 2. Allegretto scherzando
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Arabesque No. 1. Andantino con moto
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Arabesque No. 1. Andantino con moto
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Arabesque No. 1. Andantino con moto
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Arabesque no. 1 (string quartet arr.)
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Arabesque no. 1 (bass guitar arr.)
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