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The first examination of Ravel and his work to meet the standards of modern scholarship was the pathbreaking Ravel: [much greater than] .
The Ravel that Echenoz delivers to us is an artist at the height of his renown, internationally feted and generally taken to be the most accomplished composer of his age.
A Ravel Reader provides provacative readings into the life and times of Maurice Ravel by presenting the composer in is own words, both written and spoken.
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.