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Text:".... A sworn enemy of Laloy, he had taken umbrage at Laloys growing friendship for the two young composers. On his return to Paris he sent the following post-card to Poulenc. MonsieurFrancisPoulenc, Hôtel des..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...108 FRANCISPOULENC Tel jour, telle nuit (Eluard) Pierre Bernac and FrancisPoulenc H.M.V. DB 6383-4* Dans le Jardin dAnna, Allons plus vite, Le Bestiaire, Le Pont, Montparnasse (Apollinaire) ; Cinq..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...l8 FRANCISPOULENC Satisme ; if there were, I should be hostile to it. In art there must be no slavery. I have always striven, by the form and content of each new work, to put followers off the scent..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...8 FRANCISPOULENC humour in Poulenc made an immediate impact. It was a roaring success, and overnight the career of the eighteenyear-old composer was launched. The same success marked a repeat..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...40 FRANCISPOULENC it reads like a small-ad or the gossip of a concierge, but suddenly one is transported to a region where the concierge is a saint and the small-ad words of the gospel. Max Jacob..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...102 FRANCISPOULENC 1935 suite française, daprès Claude Ger- Durand vaise (piano version) Bransle de Bourgogne. Pavane. Petite marche militaire. Complainte. Bransle de Champagne, Sicilienne. Carillon..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...84 FRANCISPOULENC Two themes reappear throughout the work, the quiet, lyrical theme associated with Blanche, which is borrowed from the Agnus Dei of the Mass, and the agitated theme associated..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...2 FRANCISPOULENC Comtesse de Scgur forming part of the Bibliothèque Rose which lined the shelves of his home. Music was the natural means of expression from his his childhood. Poulenc has spoken..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...54 FRANCISPOULENC by Auric. Poulencs contributions were a March of the period 1889 for the pineapple course, a Rustic Intermezzo for the cheese, and a contemporary (1937) march at the end. Chabrier..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...110 FRANCISPOULENC Salve Regina and Quatre Motets pour le temps de Noël Netherlands Chamber Choir conducted by Felix de Nobel Philips N 00679 R (Holland) Un Soir de neige (Eluard) J. P. Kreder Vocal..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...88 FRANCISPOULENC human voice. Development in his music consists for the most part of a succession of melodies, and in these successions he has kept alive the beautiful and almost forgotten art..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...FRANCISPOULENC by HENRI HELL Translated from the French and introduced by EDWARD LOCKSPEISER GROVE PRESS, INC. NEW YORK..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...52 FRANCISPOULENC directly to Une herbe pauvre, the simple fervour of which has an almost religious quality. The beautiful melody is a perfect counterpart of the poets humble lines : Une herbe..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...14 FRANCISPOULENC with the forward-looking figures of the day. The new works were given by the pianists Ricardo Vines, Juliette Mecrovitch and Marcelle Meyer, the singers Jeanne Bathori and Pierre..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...80 FRANCISPOULENC form for which they were intended. After the death of Bernanos in 1948, they were, however, published by his friend and executor Albert Béguin. With the co-operation of Marcelle..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...100 FRANCISPOULENC 1945 chansons françaises, for a capella Rouartmixed choir. Lerolle Margoton va ta liau. La belle se siet au pied de la tour. Pilons lorge. Clic, clac, dansez sabots. Cest la..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...42 FRANCISPOULENC Max Jacob in Laboratoire Central, I felt as if I were looking at an old photo in a provincial album. 1 The Bal Masqué is a musical carnival - the carnival of the Paris banlieue and..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...36 FRANCISPOULENC The Concert Champêtre for harpsichord is, with the earlier concerto by Falla, the most remarkable of the modern works for this instrument. In spirit the two concertos..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
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Text:"...I (i 8 9 9 - i 9 2 4) La Rapsodie Nègre to Les Biches -FrancisPoulenc, the son of Emile Poulenc and Jenny Royer, was born in Paris on January 7th, 1899, at 2 Place des Saussaies, not more than a few..."
Date:Between 1899 and 1963
Publication place:New York, USA