Poulenc

Poulenc may refer to:

  • Francis Poulenc (1899–1963), composer
  • Rhône-Poulenc, pharmaceutical company

Other articles related to "poulenc":

Stabat Mater (Poulenc)
... setting of the Stabat Mater sequence composed by Francis Poulenc in 1950 ... Poulenc composed the piece in response to the death of his friend, artist Christian Bérard he considered writing a Requiem for Bérard, but, after returning to the shrine of ... Poulenc's setting, scored for soprano solo, mixed chorus, and orchestra, premiered in 1951 at the Strasbourg Festival ...
Ballets By Francis Poulenc - Books - Monographs
... In chronological order Roy, Jean ... Francis Poulenc ...
Simon Basinger - Poulenc
... Basinger has been passionate about the composer Francis Poulenc ... He has written a series of books called Cahiers de Francis Poulenc which look at the life and work of the composer ... The work is supported by the Association of Friends of Francis Poulenc and supervised by Georges Prêtre, and by many artists ...
Ballets By Francis Poulenc - Personal Life
... Some writers consider Poulenc one of the first openly gay composers ... any messianic screamings, as I am in my Parisian sexuality." In 1923, Poulenc was "unable to do anything" for two days after the death from typhoid fever of twenty-year-old novelist Raymond Radiguet, Jean Cocteau's ... In 1936, Poulenc was profoundly affected by the death of another composer, Pierre-Octave Ferroud ...