Maurice Ravel

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  • Maurice Ravel's date of birth

    Maurice Ravel's date of birth
    Ravel was born in the far south-west of France in Ciboure near Saint-Jean-de-Luz. The address is now renamed and renumbered 27 quai Maurice Ravel.
  • Ballade de la reine morte d'aimer

    Ballade de la reine morte d'aimer
    this song was made in 1893 but its first performance was 1975 in New York. it was mad to the words by Roland de Marès. there is no exact date to this peice. it was made for violin and piano.
  • "Apaches"

    "Apaches"
    he became part of a group of composers One day, a group of them had was in the newspaper at rue de Rome; he said "Attention les apaches". They changed their name to 'hooligans'. At Ravel's suggestion, they chose the first theme of Borodin's 2nd Symphony as their 'signature' tune.
  • world war 1

    world war 1
    maurice wanted to be a solder for world war one but couldnt due to health problems
  • ravels mothers death

    ravels mothers death
    Ravel quoted her as saying that she would rather be in hell with her loved ones than all alone in heaven. after she died it interupted his ability to make music
  • Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré

    Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré
    this was made a dedication to a 77 year old man named Gabriel Fauré. he was one of the several people asked to make a song piece. this song was meant for violin and piano.
  • Medical problem

    Medical problem
    He started to have random muscle spazams.he had Neurological problems is a disorders of the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Together they control all the workings of the body like your nervous system, you can have trouble moving,
  • Fanfare

    Fanfare
    L'Éventail de Jeanne was a ballet by ten composers dedicated to Mme Jeanne Dubost, and first heard in a performance at the Opéra de Paris on 4 March 1929. Ravel's brief orchestral Fanfare was its opening number.
  • Maurice Ravel's death

    Maurice Ravel's death
    Ravel died in Paris, and was buried in the cemetery at Levallois-Perret.