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Publication# The Claude Debussy Solo Piano Corpus

Abstract

This dataset originates from the DCML corpus initiative and contains musicological research data. For more information, please refer to its documentation page https://dcmlab.github.io/debussy_piano Please cite this dataset as Laneve, S., Schaerf, L., Cecchetti, G., Hentschel, J., & Rohrmeier, M. (2023). The diachronic development of Debussy's musical style: A corpus study with Discrete Fourier Transform. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 10(1), 289. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-023-01796-7 The folders in the ZIP file that can be downloaded here from Zenodo are empty because they are submodules in the original Git repository which Zenodo is not including. However, the submodules have their own records: debussy_childrens_corner debussy_deux_arabesques debussy_estampes debussy_etudes debussy_images debussy_other_piano_pieces debussy_pour_le_piano debussy_preludes debussy_suite_bergamasque

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