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Synonyms for Dukas

French composer (1865-1935)


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Dukas PR, which also works with a number of technology companies, hopes that the recent appointment will allow it to broaden and expand its client base in the technology sector under Ornfield's able leadership.
This first documentation of social learning in fruit flies opens up exciting avenues for research on the evolution and neurogenetics of social learning," Dukas added.
To look for a fitness payoff, Dukas and Elizabeth A.
Such foraging patterns are shaped by constraints on the processing of information by these predators (Tinbergen 1960, Pietrewicz and Kamil 1981, Milinski 1990, Dukas and Ellner 1993, Getty and Pulliam 1993).
Vitaly Buyanovsky, Espana; Carl Nielsen, Canto Serioso; Thom Ritter George, Sonata for Horn and Piano; Alexander Glazunov, Reveries; Paul Dukas, Villanelle.
How ironic, then, that Dukas should be linked with America's most cherished cultural icon, Mickey Mouse: the French composer's descriptive orchestral ballad, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, was used in Walt Disney's animated classic, Fantasia.
The well-known works include The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Dukas and Khachaturian's ballet suite, Spartacus.
As we learn from the Preface to this wonderful edition, it was Gabriel Faure, the new director of the school, who approached Dukas, a member of the composition faculty, in June 1906 to write a piece for the annual concours (final examination) for the horn class to be held at the end of July.
The tale involves a beautiful fairy using all her wiles to retrieve the Flower of Immortality from the man who has seized it from her while she slept, and it draws from Dukas a charmed, mysterious other-world of perfumed sensuality.
WEDNESDAY National Youth Orchestra, conductor Semyon Bychkov - Dukas, Anderson, Berlioz: Birmingham Symphony Hall, 7.
The programme includes The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas, Engelbert Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel Overture and The Harry Potter Suite by John Williams, all by a 40-piece orchestra.
This year's programme will include Verdi - Grand March from Aida; Copland - Fanfare for the Common Man; Holst - Mars from The Planets; Sousa - Semper Fidelis March; Pachelbel - Canon; Di Capua - O Sole Mio; Verdi - Brindisi; Dukas - The Sorcerer's Apprentice; Suppe - Light Cavalry Overture; Mascagni - Intermezzo & Easter Hymn from Cavalleria Rusticana; Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker.
With allusions to Debussy and Dukas, the orchestral score for 90 musicians is often symphonic.