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Choeur d'Enfants d'Ile-de-France, Jeune Choeur d'Ile-de-France, Jeune Orchestre Symphonique Maurice Ravel
For whatever reason, Mussorgsky's rough-hewn piano suite Pictures at an Exhibition has attracted the attention of dozens of orchestrators, none of them more successful than the tremendous arrangement by Maurice Ravel.
They play at two pianos and in pianoduet music by George Gershwin and Maurice Ravel.
Maurice Ravel once declared that the opening chords of Chabrier's Le roi malgre lui changed the course of French music.
He is very taken with the music of Maurice Ravel and this year has added Passagere (Passerby) to a contemplated evening-long Ravel suite.
A really special treat is "Jambolero," which answers that burning hypothetical question, "What if Maurice Ravel had been from the French Quarter instead of from just plain old France?
The first two sonatas are by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, the third by Francis Poulenc.
Yesterday afternoon's attractive concert from the CBSO had the fastidious workmanship of the French composer Maurice Ravel at its heart in one way or another.
On my first visit to NYCB at City Center, Tanny was in La Valse, with music by Maurice Ravel.
On the program will be works by Gustav Mahler and Maurice Ravel along with a new concerto written by Cortese himself.
30pm, and the programme is completed by another masterpiece, the string quartet of Maurice Ravel, to be played by Ensemble Tremoin.
As well as tunes by Garland and Horler, they also featured pieces by Ralph Towner, Kenny Wheeler and Maurice Ravel (the latter given a blues-tinged arrangement by Tim).