Bernstein on Debussy pt 1

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Bernstein delineates the architecture of misdirection as expressed in Debussey's Afternoon of a Faun . "The Last ditch effort to diatonically contain the ever increassing chromatic density of the last decade of the 19th Century". Excerpt from lecture 4 "The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity" from the 1973 Harvard Lectures. "The Unanswered Question"

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