DEBUSSY CLAUDE: (1862-1918) French Composer. D.S., lu et approuve, Claude Debussy, two pages, small 4to, Paris, 25th April 1905, in French. The printed document, partially completed in an unidentified hand is a contract made between Debussy and Eugene Fremont, music publisher, in which the composer agrees to sell his work Por le piano (Prelude, Sarabande, Toccata) and consequently allows Fremont to have 'the power to edit, publish, engrave, print and sell for profit the work…..in any form or publication, to perform it in concerts or public establishments' and furthermore that Fremont 'will also have the right to publish any arrangement of this work for any instrument, and will also be able to transfer this ownership to whomever he chooses, if he deems it necessary for his own interests'. About EX Pour le piano (L.95) is a suite for solo piano by Debussy and consists of three individually composed movements, Prelude, Sarabande and Toccata. Completed in 1901, it is regarded as Debussy's first mature piano composition.