Rev11b vives
Rev11c vermaelen
Rev11d dubiau
Rev11e leleu
Rev11a preface
Rev11 debussy
Acc1 responsables
Acc2a tatin
Acc1 responsables
Cont1 secrétariat
Cont1 secrétariat
Cont1 achats 3
Rev20 Comedy
Rev20 Comedy
Rev19 Chabanon
Rev18 Mal
Rev17 Querelles
Rev16 Oratorio
Rev15 Theatralite
Rev14 haendel
Rev13 hennin
Rev12 wagner
Rev11 debussy
Rev10 noverre
Rev9 gluck
Rev8 prokofiev
Rev7 haydn
Rev6 chabanon
Rev5 livret
Rev4 texte
Rev3 representations
Rev2 interpretation
Rev1 melanges
M1 Communications
M1 Communications
M1 Communications
M1 Communications

Claude Debussy’s Trois Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé have, from the start, sparked off protracted controversy, and almost a century after its composition the work still remains widely neglected. That particular issues affected the reception, both positive and negative, of the songs, clearly emerges from the image that was disseminated, not to say forged militantly, by the reviews which appeared at the time of their publication and first performance, as well as by the commentaries written over the following decades. In their own way, these texts are an integral part of the work’s history. Are re-edited here, along with commentaries and a general presentation, a large number of documents revealing how musical criticism and European musicography (up till 1951) welcomed or rejected Debussy’s last Mallarmean opus.

N° 11e

Vincent Vivès
Vincent Vivès - Verlaine et Debussy

Denis Vermaelen
Denis Vermaelen - Une particulière mise en place

Mylène Dubiau
Mylène Dubiau - Ariettes oubliées

J.L. Leleu et P. Dal Molin
J.L. Leleu et P. Dal Molin - " Debussy l'obscur... "



Les mélodies de Debussy

Jean-Louis Leleu et Paolo Dal Molin

Université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis

Paolo Dal Molin

Università degli studi di Cagliari

« Debussy l’obscur… » : les Trois Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé à travers le prisme de la critique et de la littérature musicologique entre 1913 et 1951