I. La flûte de Pan
II. Le chevelure
III. Le tombeau des Naïades
Maggie Teyte's 1936 recording with Alfred Cortot is also worth a listen, if only to hear one of Debussy's favorite singers performing alongside one of the great Debussy (and Chopin!) interpreters of the early 20th century:
If you're performing Chansons de Bilitis, it's worth reading Pierre Louÿs' Songs of Bilitis in its entirety, which you can find here. A very clever case of literary fraud indeed.
|Songs of Claude Debussy - Volume II (The Vocal Library). By Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Arranged by James R. Briscoe. Medium Voice. Vocal Collection. 184 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.660283)|