Definition of Ravel, Maurice in English:

Ravel, Maurice

Syllabification: Rav·el, Maurice
Pronunciation: /rəˈvel
 
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  • (1875–1937), French composer; full name Maurice Joseph Ravel. His works, which are noted for their colorful orchestration, have a distinctive tone and make use of unresolved dissonances. Notable works: Daphnis and Chloë (1912) and Boléro (1928).

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