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James Litzelman (JL): In light of all this, the special affinity you have for Debussy and Ravel makes perfect sense.
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Judge Alistair Devlin said the threshold for immediate custody had "clearly been passed'' and sentenced Ravel to 27 months, stating three months would be spent in p m custody with a further 24 months on licence during which Ravel must attend a sexual offenders programme.
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Commentators have most commonly associated Ravel with impressionism, Symbolism or (neo)classicism, but Puri contends that Decadence offers a more promising framework for understanding the composer's oeuvre.
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Ravel Piano Works Anna Vinnitskyaya (Naive V5284) This is in all respects a remarkable recording in which a young artist, not yet thirty, reveals an interpretative maturity well beyond her years.
SAM ALLARDYCE has told troubled starlet Ravel Morrison: "It's up to you whether you hit the big time or not.
WEST HAM have confirmed the Football Association are investigating a comment made by Ravel Morrison on Twitter.
Of Joseph-Maurice Ravel (he soon consigned the name "Joseph" to oblivion) it can likewise be said that he had a mysterious incapacity for writing bad music, an incapacity he shared with Mozart, with Mendelssohn, and with few if any others.