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A Ravel Reader: Correspondence, Articles, Interviews

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Media: Book
Artist: Maurice Ravel
Catalogue #: 0486430782
ISBN: 9780486430782


Considered among the most influential and original of all early 20th century composers, Ravel played a vital and innovative role in modern French music. Compiled by internationally recognised Ravel authority, Arbie Orenstein, this volume seeks to capture the essence of the man in his own words. Articles, Interviews and some 350 letters (many never beore published in English), present an extended portrait of the composer throughout his career. A valuable historical and cultural study, that truly explores the life and times of this master.

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Published on: 04/11/2004
Format: Biography
Length: 656 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Dover Publications
Author: Arbie Orenstein

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