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Roger Nichols has for many years been one of the most expert authorities on modern French music in general and on Debussy and Ravel in particular.
In Ravel, his twelfth book for Editions de Minuit, he turns toward a nonfictional genre, biography, as he focuses upon the last ten years of the life of the French composer Maurice Ravel (1875-1937).
A Ravel Reader: Correspondence, Articles, Interviews, compiled and edited by Arbie Orenstein.
The Canada/France co-production Ravel's Brain, which won the Best Direction Award for Larry Weinstein, uses Ravel's music and very unusual and original visualizations to convey a sense of aphasia, a disease from which Ravel suffered in his last five years.