Poulenc


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French pianist and composer (1899-1963)

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Although readers looking for a general introduction to Poulenc through his writings may not regret the omissions, serious scholars of French music will find the selection unsatisfactory and will still have a need to turn to the original.
Among the omissions are several of the shorter articles that Poulenc wrote during the Second World War, not to mention Southon's introductions to these articles, which clarify the ideological context in which Poulenc published during the occupation.
The suit also alleges that Rhone-Poulenc 's failure to do so "directly benefited Hoechst Marion Roussel and ultimately Rhone Poulenc Rorer, Hoechst Marion Roussel's intended merger partner in Aventis Pharma, since it prevented Watson from continuing to cause its Dilacor Products to effectively compete with Hoechst Marion Roussel's Cardizem products.
Preeminent, however, is the theme of artistic interchange: "Both literature and painting served Poulenc not merely as a source of comparison but also as a source of inspiration.
Orledge presents a close examination of the harmonic instruction the young Poulenc received between 1921 and 1925 from composer Charles Koechlin.
Rick Rountree, 919-549-2310, all of Rhone Poulenc Rorer/
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He reports to Igor Landau, President of the Rhone- Poulenc Group.