Faber, 1987 - 203 páginas
Composer of some of the best-loved music in the orchestral repertoire, including such favourites as 'La Valse', 'Daphnis and Chloeacute;', 'Rapsodie Espagnole', and 'Boleacute;ro', Maurice Ravel died on 28 December 1937. The common view of him as a cold and retiring personality was not supported by his friends, as Roger Nichols demonstrates. His book is a delightful meacute;lange of illuminating accounts of the man and his music by those who knew him best, among them Stravinsky, Cocteau, Colette, Poulenc and Manuel de Falla.
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