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Word: ravel

Definition: fall apart into tangles; entangle; unravel or untwist

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39, and the Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel; Ravel's Concerto for the Left Hand and "Gaspard de la nuit"; Chopin's B minor Sonata and Études, Op.
A number of Munch's recordings have been available continuously since their original releases, among them Saint-Saëns's "Organ" Symphony and Ravel's "Daphnis and Chloe."
Chabrier’s "España" inaugurated the vogue for hispanically-flavoured music which found further expression in Debussy’s "Ibéria" and Ravel’s "Rapsodie espagnole".
EMI recorded his final sessions, including Ravel's "Piano Concerto in G", with this orchestra, and released them posthumously.
From Charles Villiers Stanford, Ireland inherited a thorough knowledge of the music of Beethoven, Brahms and other German classical composers, but as a young man he was also strongly influenced by Debussy and Ravel as well as by the earlier works of Stravinsky and Bartók. From these influences, he developed his own brand of "English Impressionism", related more closely to French and Russian models than to the folk-song style then prevailing in English music.
He appeared with Maurice Ravel in Paris in 1913.
He excelled in the modern French repertoire, especially Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, and was considered to be an authoritative performer of Hector Berlioz.
His last studio recordings were with the London Symphony Orchestra in works by Ravel at Wembley Town Hall at the end of February 1964.
In his portrayal of Djamileh, his music looks forward to Ravel rather than back to Gounod; indeed much of Bizet's harmony baffled contemporary Parisian critics.
On Tuesday, May 23, 1989, New York Times music critic Allan Kozinn wrote about the Trio in a concert of the complete chamber music of Maurice Ravel, presented at the Cathedral of St.
Other recordings include Ravel's "La valse", and pieces by Debussy and Fauré., as well as a Telemann trio sonata for the (long-defunct) AWA record label in which she played the clavichord. She was a senior lecturer at the University of Sydney.
The period preceding this, in which Lough Ravel and most Ballybeg axes were produced, is known as the Copper Age or Chalcolithic, and commenced about 2500 BC.
Their extensive catalog for Deutsche Grammophon includes Baroque masterworks of Handel, Corelli and Vivaldi, Haydn symphonies, Mozart symphonies and serenades, the complete Mozart wind concerti with Orpheus members as soloists, Romantic works by Dvořák, Grieg and Tchaikovsky and a number of twentieth-century classics by Bartók, Prokofiev, Fauré, Ravel, Schoenberg, Ives, Copland, and Stravinsky.
Their repertoire included Bartók, Shostakovich, Szymanowski, Ravel, and Janáček, among other 20th-century composers.

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