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Chabrier

(Alexis) Emmanuel . 1841--94, French composer; noted esp for the orchestral rhapsody España (1883)
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It omits altogether Poulenc's Moi et mes amis and Emmanuel Chabrier, both of which have been previously translated into English, and Poulenc's eighteen homages to individuals.
His role in modern English music's history is quite different, his closest foreign analogue being his unclassifiable French hero Emmanuel Chabrier.
Chabrier Orchestre de la Suisse Romande / Jarvi IN popular music parlance, Emmanuel Chabrier is a one-hit wonder.
In Le roi malgre dui, the opera by Saint-Saens' contemporary Emmanuel Chabrier, she will sing Minka.
Then there is probably the most-famous piece of Spanish music ever written, Espana, by the Frenchman Emmanuel Chabrier.
Perhaps Emmanuel Chabrier had the best response to tendentious criticism of Berlioz: "He put variety, color, rhythm into .
Emmanuel Chabrier is known to us for his orchestral piece Espaa but now we have Felicity Lott singing it, in Chabrier's own arrangement, it's part of a two disc set in the Hyperion French Song edition, in which she is joined by Stephen Varcoe and William Burden.
During the pas de deux in Balanchine's Bourree Fantasque with music by Emmanuel Chabrier, I watched her exuberant leg swing to the back and nearly knock out her partner, Todd Bolender.
Those who consider Debussy, Ravel, Milhaud, and Poulenc as among the twentieth century's masters of form, clarity, and expressiveness have this man to thank, as they themselves did fervently thank Emmanuel Chabrier.
Contains arias by Hector Berlioz, Georges Bizet, Emmanuel Chabrier, Gaetano Donizetti, Charles Gounod, Jules Massenet, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Camille Saint-Saens, Ambroise Thomas, and Giuseppe Verdi.
Kelly also discusses stylistic influences at play (Gabriel Faure, Emmanuel Chabrier, Claude Debussy, and Erik Satie), and illuminates Ravel's paradoxical fascination with various aesthetic currents (her brief comments about Poe and the Rapsodie espagnole, for instance, are imaginative).
Part 3, "Wagnerian Renewal," another third of the book, reads as an arrival at an apex with Emmanuel Chabrier in his Gwendoline and Le roi malgre lui, Vincent d'Indy in Fervaal, and Ernest Chausson in Le roi Arthus.