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Text:"..., composed in 1903-1904, was pro duced at a Lamoureux concert, Paris, February 28, 1904. The score is dedicated to PaulDukas. The symphony is scored for three flutes (one interchangeable with piccolo), two..."
Date:Between 1905 and 1906
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"....i ilu- Green Wood lone (l.i Molly on the Shore (c) Irish Tune from County Derry i .1 1 Shepherds Hey. The Ieri (Danced Poem) of the great French composer, PaulDukas, which will be played for the first..."
Date:1915
Place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"..., composed in 1 903-1 904, was produced at a Lamoureux concert, Paris, February 28, 1904. The score is dedicated to PaulDukas. The symphony is scored for three flutes (one interchangeable with piccolo), two..."
Date:Between 1905 and 1906
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... at a Lamoureux concert, Paris, February 28, 1904. The score is dedicated to PaulDukas. The symphony is scored for three flutes (one interchangeable with piccolo), two oboes, one English horn, two clarinets, one..."
Date:Between 1904 and 1905
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., composed in 1 903-1 904, was produced at a Lamoureux concert, Paris, February 28, 1904. The score is dedicated to PaulDukas. The symphony is scored for three flutes (one interchangeable with piccolo), two..."
Date:Between 1904 and 1905
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., composed in 1 903-1 904, was produced at a Lamoureux concert, Paris, February 28, 1904. The score is dedicated to PaulDukas. The S5miphony is scored for three flutes (one interchangeable with piccolo), two..."
Date:Between 1904 and 1905
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., composed in 1903-04, was produced at a Lamoureux concert, Paris, February 28, 1904. The score is dedicated to PaulDukas. The symphony is scored for three flutes (one interchangeable with piccolo), two..."
Date:Between 1909 and 1910
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., composed in 1903- 1904, was produced at a Lamoureux concert, Paris, February 28, 1904. The scoreis dedicated to PaulDukas. The symphony is scored for three flutes (one interchangeable with piccolo), two..."
Date:Between 1905 and 1906
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... pour preceder La P.eri" by PaulDukas, Mutations from Bach" by Samuel Barber, "Ouvenlure pour une Ceremonie" by Eugene Bozza, "Jubilante Deo" by Luigl Zaninelli, selections from "Triptych" by James N1 b..."
Date:Dec 4 1970
Publication:Denton, Texas, United States of America
The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"..., Mr. PaulDukas, the French composer* conducted a work of his own composition entitled LaFeii (Poemo dans^). Mr. Dukaa is an admirable musician and I must confess to having thoroughly enjoyed his..."
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Text:"... concert on Monday night. Nov. 5. He is a former pupil of PaulDukas and Manuel de Fall and has appeared in concert in many capitals of Europe, including Madrid. Paris, London. Copenhagen, Geneva, Rome..."
Date:Aug 19 1945
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...; "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" by PaulDukas; "The Rite of Spring" by Igor Stravinsky; "Pastoral Symphony" by Ludwig van Beethoven; "Dance of the Hours" by Amilcare..."
Date:Nov 30 2010
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... and or send serious warnings Goethe the German literary giant wrote a ballad which was an adaptation of an old folk tale about a sorcerer's apprentice This ballad inspired the French composer PaulDukas..."
Date:Nov 8 1998
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"..., it was PaulDukas' "The Sorcerer's Ap- prentice" that captivated the youngsters. The magician, dancing brooms and buckets along with the drchestral magic of the music caused many of the children to rise from..."
Date:Dec 10 1962
Publication:Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... martyr of Britain? 5. Where is the Buhl planetar- ium? HOW'D; YOU MAKE OUT? I.Theodore Roosevelt, at the age of 42. 2. PaulDukas. 3. One levied on goods "accord- ing to as opposed to one levied by weight..."
Date:Sep 7 1960
Publication:Oneonta, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... of PaulDukas with the sorcerer's apprentice in charge. ■ ''After it rains, you can sail a boat in these apartments, one Muscovite complained. Kmkadil followed up with a cartoon that showed an apartment..."
Date:Mar 16 1969
Publication:Long Beach, California, United States of America
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Text:"... Sorcerer's Apprentice" by PaulDukas, and willleature Vermont's nationally recognized young concert pianist, Stephen Manes of Bennington in a performance with the orchestra of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Concerto..."
Date:Sep 7 1972
Publication:Bennington, Vermont, United States of America
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Text:"...'Schola Cantorum in France, studied with PaulDukas at the Paris Conservatoire and was a special pupil of Manuel de Falla. For the past several years he has been on the faculty of Williams college in Massachusetts..."
Date:Nov 5 1945
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... are Martin D. Smith, French horn; and finger Smith, piano. Selections to be performed include works from the 18th, 19th, and 20lh Centuries by composers PaulDukas, Paul Hindemith, Emile. Olhmar Schoeck..."
Date:July 12 1970
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... will again be given at I p on March 6 for county schools The Ei Paso Sym phony Orchestra will be presented conducted by Orlando Barera Fea tured on the program The Socerers by PaulDukas with narration..."
Date:Feb 2 1953
Publication:El Paso, Texas, United States of America