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Bizet

Georges . 1838--75, French composer, whose works include the opera Carmen (1875) and incidental music to Daudet's L'Arlésienne (1872)
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Bizet specified sixteen women and eight men in the chorus.
The world is constantly changing and we must look at the problems from the top in order to solve them, Bizet said.
Anyway, in 1982 Michel Plasson recorded the complete incidental music for EMI, pretty much as Bizet first intended it, and EMI have reissued it at budget price.
Bizet was named for three emperors: Alexander the Great, Caesar, and the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I.
Music Director David Benoit will conduct works by Bernstein, Beethoven, Benoit, Bizet, Dvorak, Mancini, along with the first prize composition winner of the 5(th) Annual International Composition for Orchestra competition.
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2 by Bizet reflected a man's obsession with a girl from Arles in folk-based music.
ANKARA, Mar 29, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Parliament Speaker Mehmet Ali Sahin received Jean Bizet, Chairman of the Committee for European Affairs in the French Senate, in Ankara on Tuesday.
The 65 titles in this catalogue include classic Operas such as "The Magic Flute" and "Don Giovanni" by Mozart, and "Carmen" by George Bizet.
That certainly seemed to be a reasonable the raison d'tre behind this a la carte programme of Ravel, Bizet and Berlioz, aimed at tickling the tastebuds of the Philharmonic's Francophiles.
Born in Paris in 1838, Georges Bizet won early success as a composer and an exceptional pianist.
It didn't harm to discover that Bizet was a bit of a punky rebel himself.