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Maurice Ravel was an early 20th-century composer whose compositions are still studied around the world in conservatories and universities.
She became fascinated with the music of Maurice Ravel, particularly his one-movement orchestral piece Bolero.
As the Maurice Ravel music picked up momentum, I thought of Maurice Bejart's brilliant version, in which a woman (or sometimes a man) danced alone on a huge table surrounded by a lusting ensemble of men.
To loud, discordant music by Maurice Ravel and Christopher Rouse, the dancers charge around in frenetic fashion.
Canuck arts documentarian Larry Weinstein took the director award for "Ravel's Brain," about French composer Maurice Ravel.
He also utilized the techniques of French classical composers Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel.
In one poignant case, French composer Maurice Ravel developed a progressive brain disease of unknown origin that first robbed him of the ability to write and to perform many basic motor skills.
Taubman took the assignment, using some of his own compositions for the CD as well as the music of Maurice Ravel, Todd Herzog and Debbie Friedman.
33 by Camille Saint-Saens, Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune by Claude Debussy and Ma mere l'Oye Suite by Maurice Ravel.
Contract award notice: Construction of 32 collective dwellings and 17 individual zac de la tour - lots 3c and 4 rue maurice ravel - 93120 la courneuve (france-paris: Construction work)
Tristian aims to celebrate his success by performing the music of French composer Maurice Ravel at Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw, Llanbedrog on Sunday, December 4, at 3pm.
and "in the course of conversations with a number of composers of our own time, I am given overwhelmingly to understand that they would actually be angry if future editors ignored their carefully prepared printed scores and went hack automatically to their original autographs for a so-called true reading" (Roger Nichols, "Ravel's Piano Music--A New Edition," in Maurice Ravel, Gaspard de la nail [London: Edition Peters, 19911, 3).