New Episode: Debussy DE-CODED

While Claude Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun is often cited as the beginning of modern music, his influential innovation can be found in many other works. In a new chapter of Debussy DE-CODED, we tell the story of Debussy’s Syrinx for solo flute. Learn how Syrinx revived a genre that had been dormant for 150 years and became a staple of the flute repertoire and a transformational model for solo woodwind works in the 20th century. Don’t miss this informative and entertaining new film from Guarneri Hall, and revisit John Thorne’s masterful performance of this groundbreaking work.

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