La sérénade interrompue

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La sérénade interrompue is a musical composition by French composer Claude Debussy. It is the ninth of the composer's Préludes, Book I (1909-1910). The title is in French and translates to "The Interrupted Serenade".

This piece is largely influenced by the impressionist period of art in France during the middle-late 1800s.