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Synonyms for Ravel

to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

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French composer and exponent of Impressionism (1875-1937)

a row of unravelled stitches

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disentangle

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And although Debussy has been with me from the beginning, Ravel is actually a new chapter for me as a pianist.
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I just felt he had a dark side and he came across as quite arrogant TEENAGE PATIENT ON CHILD PORN NURSE RAVEL
At the heart of Ravel the Decadent is an extensive consideration of the composer's magnum opus, Daphnis et Chloe, which Puri addresses in all but one of the book's six chapters.
My first design 19 years ago was a dressage horse head and to capture Ravel in my jewelry is indeed a highlight of my career.
It's still a difficult decision when to put him in because there is no record of Ravel transferring his youth talent into a first team.
A club statement read: "West Ham United are aware that the FA have written to Ravel Morrison asking for his observations regarding comments on Twitter.
How much easier Ravel would be for biographers to write about if only he had undergone a lesser mortal's metamorphosis from apprentice to master--if a single piece of his could be classified as a magnificent failure, rather than simply magnificent.
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Photographer Stephanie Ravel has made a head start in the world of art with a novel display of images featuring the 'ghutra' - the traditional headdress worn by Bahraini men.
Ravel wrote the Pavane for piano in 1899 as a composition assignment for his teacher Gabriel Faure and dedicated it to Princesse de Polignac.
Zank, who has taught musicology at several US universities, examines irony in the music of Maurice Ravel through his fascinations with dynamics, counterpoint, orchestration, exotic influences, multisensorial perception.
It was made up of 20th century orchestra "showpieces" by Ravel, Debussy, Richard Strauss, and Stravinksy.
And yet I still had so much music in my head," lamented Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) near the end of his life (1).