Definition of Maurice ravel
1. Noun. French composer and exponent of Impressionism (1875-1937).
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Literary usage of Maurice ravel
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1. The Complete Opera Book: The Stories of the Operas, Together with 400 of the by Gustav Kobbé, Katharine Wright (1922)
"First stage work of maurice ravel. Poem by Franc Nohain. Produced at the Opera Comique, Paris, in 1911. First performance in London at Covent Garden, ..."
2. The Orchestra by Gian Francesco Malipiero (1921)
"The orchestration of maurice ravel is as original as his music, ... Although in both ballets the personal style of maurice ravel is very U " Ma Mere 1'Oye ..."
3. The New Music Review and Church Music Review by American Guild of Organists (1906)
"Now we have a new pianoforte trio by maurice ravel and a sonata for 'cello and piano, the first of a set of six for various instruments, by Debussy. ..."
4. A Study of Modern Harmony: (Étude Sur L'harmonie Moderne) by René Lenormand (1915)
"... The passage transposed into D# minor becomes easy to analyse: (a) is simply an inversion of the 9th. —I—, -J- (a) maurice ravel. ..."
5. Musical Portraits: Interpretations of Twenty Modern Composers by Paul Rosenfeld (1920)
"RAVEL maurice ravel was born in Ciboure, Basses-Pyrenees, March 7th, 1875. Shortly after his birth, his family moved to Paris. ..."