Claude Debussy wrote the Petite Suite, catalogued as L. 65, from 1886 to 1889. It was first performed in 1889 by Jacques Durand, and it speculed that it may have been written as a piece accesible to amateur pianists (which would explain its simplicity, contrasting with the notably complex works Debussy was writing at the time). The work is in four movements, it has been orchestrated many times (most notably by Henri Büsser), and it lasts 15 minutes.
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