What is Ravel?

  • (verb): Tangle or complicate.
    Synonyms: tangle, knot
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on ravel:

Charles Munch Discography - Partial List of Sound Recordings By Charles Munch - Recordings Made With The Orchestre De Paris For EMI/Angel
2 1967 Ravel Bolero 1967 Ravel Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 1968 ... Ravel Pavane pour une Infante Defunte 1968 Ravel Piano Concerto in G Major Pianist Nicole Henriot-Schweitzer 1968 Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole ...
L'éventail De Jeanne
... French composers, each of whom contributed a stylised dance in classic form Maurice Ravel (Fanfare) Pierre-Octave Ferroud (Marche) Jacques Ibert (Valse) Alexis Roland-Manuel (Canarie) Marcel Delannoy (Bourrée ... Dubost’s Paris salon on 16 June 1927, with Maurice Ravel playing a piano transcription of the music ... Various excerpts have been recorded, particularly Ravel’s Fanfare and Poulenc’s Pastourelle, but the first complete recording was not made until 1984, with the Philharmonia Orchestra ...
Paul Sordes
... artists in early 20th-century Paris whose most famous member was Maurice Ravel it was at his home that the group regularly met on Saturdays ... Tristan Klingsor called him 'une sorte de Ravel de la palette' in an obituary, and Ravel dedicated 'Une barque sur l'océan' from the piano suite Miroirs to him ...
String Quartet (Ravel) - History
... The Quartet in F major was Ravel's final submission to the Prix de Rome and the Conservatoire de Paris ... is dedicated, described the last movement as “stunted, badly balanced, in fact a failure.” Ravel himself commented on the work, “My Quartet in F major responds to a desire ... Ravel's loss during the 1904 Prix de Rome and rejection from the Conservatoire de Paris catapulted his career not backwards but forward a sympathetic public rallied behind his ...

More definitions of "Ravel":

  • (noun): A row of unravelled stitches.
    Synonyms: run, ladder
  • (noun): French composer and exponent of Impressionsim (1875-1937).
    Synonyms: Maurice Ravel

Famous quotes containing the word ravel:

    “You that have wandered far and wide
    Can ravel out what’s in my head.
    Do men who least desire get most,
    Or get the most who most desire?”
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)