Erik Satie

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French composer noted for his experimentalism and rejection of Romanticism (1866-1925)

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Bach Trio Sonata for traverso and harpsichord; a saxophone quartet; and vocal selections by Charles Ives, Eric Satie and Arnold Schoenberg.
She knew Picasso and Eric Satie in pre-World War I Paris and Lucien Freud and Francis Bacon in post-World War II London.
Moving to his piano, Blake elegantly plays some Eric Satie, before meandering around the keys in improvisation.
Diana Walker gave a polished performance of Rondo Expressive by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Tengo Nostalgia de Ti by Tata Nacho and Gnossienne #4 by Eric Satie.
KEYS, STRINGS, PIPES [jazz concert by Atilla Laszlo (guitar), Lyubomir Denev (piano), Ventsi Blagoev (trumpet, flugelhorn); playing original compositions, Thelonius Monk, Miles David, Eric Satie, Bulgarian folk motifs] June 11, 7pm, hall 9
Having become involved with the Ballets Russes, he enticed Eric Satie and Pablo Picasso to join with him in the creation of a radically non-romantic ballet, Parade, in 1917, a project that greatly advanced his career.
But who would have predicted that sonatas by Hummel and York Bowen would have appeal and, indeed, the tiny miniatures of Federico Mompou, a kind of Spanish Eric Satie.
Schoenberg's Brettl Lieder and songs by Eric Satie, with David Robertson conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra, will also be on the album, due for release early next year.