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Synonyms for Ravel

to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

Synonyms for Ravel

French composer and exponent of Impressionism (1875-1937)

a row of unravelled stitches

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disentangle

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WEARING THE HOOPS Ravel Morrison after scoring on loan for QPR in the Championship in March last year
5) Note the clear example of bitonality in the first movement of Concerto in G where Ravel writes an arpeggiated passage with the right hand in A minor and the left in A major.
There will be no further comment from West Ham United or Ravel at this stage.
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.
Ms Ravel, 32, who lives in Gufool, said: "The first time I observed a man adjusting his headdress had been a fascinating 10 minutes show - right, left, up, down, pinched at the front, thrown over the shoulder
She became fascinated with the music of Maurice Ravel, particularly his one-movement orchestral piece Bolero.
Debussy's Danse is orchestrated by Ravel from Debussy's earlier Tarentelle styrienne for solo piano.
ARCADIA -- In case Ravel goes on to win the Kentucky Derby, let the record show that on the day of the colt's first stakes victory, knowledgeable people weren't even sure how to pronounce his name.
In Ravel, his twelfth book for Editions de Minuit, he turns toward a nonfictional genre, biography, as he focuses upon the last ten years of the life of the French composer Maurice Ravel (1875-1937).
Hewitt's complete identification with the music, her command of the notes, and a technique to encompass the final super-virtuosic Toccata of the Ravel, provided great pleasure, but it was the musicality of everything she played that transcended the notes and the styles.
The music of Maurice Ravel is among the most poetic, imaginative, impressionistic ever written.
Perhaps using arrangements by Ravel and Stravinsky - two composers who were experts at arranging the work of others - was a little obvious.
Ravel, The Contested Parterre: Public Theater and French Political Culture, 1680-1791.
The Canada/France co-production Ravel's Brain, which won the Best Direction Award for Larry Weinstein, uses Ravel's music and very unusual and original visualizations to convey a sense of aphasia, a disease from which Ravel suffered in his last five years.
He also utilized the techniques of French classical composers Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel.