"La Terrasse des audiences au clair de lune "

This is the seventh piece to appear in the second book of Debussy’s Préludes, so was written during 1912-1913.  Its title means, ‘The terrace of spectators by the light of the moon’, and was said to have been inspired by a newspaper article the composer read about the celebrations when King George V was crowned Emperor of India.  It can be heard here. 

Listen to 'La Terrasse des audiences au clair de lune'.