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Synonyms for auric

of or relating to or containing or derived from gold


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Perhaps one of the least known members of the group known as Les Six, Georges Auric (1899-1963) was a noted child prodigy who by the time he was 20, had orchestrated and composed incidental music for a number of ballets and other stage productions.
And it happened in Europe as well, with Georges Auric of Les Six writing music for the Marvel Carne classics, Prokofiev for Alexander Nevsky, and Nino Rota making Frederico Fellini's films recognizable before you had seen a single frame.
Given the centralized perspective, the large scale, and the plain yellow floorboards that fill the foreground, the work resembles the backdrop for some lost comedy of manners, or a ballet with music by Georges Auric or Germaine Tailleferre.
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6) beyond Claude Debussy, but this volume asserts who those figures are by drawing out the leading and changing trends in French interwar music, particularly asserting the force of Ravel's musical leadership (chapters 2 and 3), that of Charles Koechlin and Olivier Messiaen (chapter 3), and that of Francis Poulenc and Georges Auric (chapter 6).
Despite the Hollywood-centric perspective of this section, the reader inevitably has to wonder about those names that are so frequently repeated in the quoted passages, but that otherwise hold no place in Wierzbicki's narrative: such as Georges Auric, Arthur Honegger, Sergei Prokofiev, and Dmitri Shostakovich.