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Ibert

Jacques (Fran?ois Antoine) . 1890--1962, French composer; his works include the humorous orchestral Divertissement (1930)
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Honegger and Ibert amicably shared the composition duties--Honegger creating Acts I and V, Ibert taking Acts II and IV, and both collaborating on Act III.
Works by Ravel, Debussy, Mathias, Ibert and Copland.
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His composition style has similar opulence to other great twentieth century French chamber composers such as Poulenc, Ibert, Bozza, or Francaix.
Other featured composers were Link, Keane, Jacques Ibert, Frederich Chopin, Maurice Ravel, Beau Soliel and Gerry Mulligan.
Esta obra llevaba una composicion musical de Jacques Ibert y una coreografia de Serge Lifar.
There is music by Carl Hohne, by Mozart, Poulenc, Vivaldi, Hummel, Vaughan Williams, Handel, Haydn Debussy, Rossini, Schumann, by Mark Anthony Turnage, Telemann, Jacques Ibert, Berlioz, Strauss and Phil Woods.
The programme comprised compositions of Hector Berlioz, Ernest Chausson, Jacques Ibert, Alexandr Glazunov, Camille Saint-Saens, Carl Maria Vob Weber and Ottorino Respighi, featured under the baton of Swiss-Egyptian conductor Nader Abbassi.
July 12 (music of Bach and Shostakovich), July 14 (Bach, Reich, Ullmann and Dvorak), July 19 (Bach, Weber, Ibert and Bartok), and July 21 (Bach, Mendelssohn and Dvorak) in Miriam Hall at the college.
The two players performed a Mozart concerto which follows the typical fast-slow-fast musical structure, Poulenc Sonata which consists of three movements too and Jacques Ibert Concerto.