Debussy - Text and Ideas: Maeterlinck's Golaud

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As title roles of both Maurice Maeterlinck’s play and Claude Debussy’s opera, Pelléas and Mélisande tend to monopolize the spotlight in most commentary. Nonetheless, major studies have demonstrated the centrality of Golaud and the unusual dramatic function of the violence he deploys, which Professor de Medicis explores in this lecture.

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Professor François de Médicis

François de Médicis is a professor at the Université de Montreal. His research interests centre on French and Russian music from the first third of...

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