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Dukas

(French dykɑ)
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(Biography) Paul (pɔl). 1865–1935, French composer best known for the orchestral scherzo The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1897)
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amp;nbsp;Richard Dukas, chairman and CEO of Dukas Linden Public Relations, told International Business times via email that while large institutional investors usually have comprehensive long-term strategies based on global economic events, some investors had begun "trading on Tweets.
Most of the repertoire on the disc will be familiar, in particular the Mozart Duos, the Dukas Villanelle, and the Schubert Auf dem Strom (the period instrument Scott plays on this piece, tuned to Classical pitch, makes the piece sound in E [flat] to our ears, instead of in E).
First was a short militant piece, Fanfare from 'La PEari,' by French composer Paul Dukas.
Dukas Public Relations, an award-winning agency that develops and implements high-impact media coverage for financial and professional services firms, has recently hired Randy Orndorf as its new Vice President.
TOMORROW City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, clarinet Martin Frost, conductor Edward Gardner - Dukas, Mozart, Berlioz: Birmingham Symphony Hall, 7pm.
95) by Bernard Dukas, was a 2011 Compton Crook Award Finalist for best new novel and blends science fiction, fantasy and adventure in the story set in 1900 and telling of Peter de Soto, an English schoolboy, and his cousin, Bonifacia Espasande, who uncover a family heirloom with powers to lure them off-world into a universe filled with strange creatures and challenges.
Neil Bernard Dukas (California State University-Dominguez Hills), A Pocket Guide to the Battle of Nu'Uana 7795, an illustrated Hawaiian military history; 90 pages; Mutual Publishing, May 2010; $9.
There''s no real evidence of either the wild child or cosmopolitan influence in these homeland evocations, apart from the guiding hand of his Parisian tutor Paul Dukas, who also influenced the third of this week''s composers, Manuel de Falla.
It was written originally by Dukas in 1897 based on a German poem by Goethe.
For humans, our entire culture is based on social learning so it is very natural for us to gain valuable knowledge from one another, but most animals are completely on their own," said Reuven Dukas, associate professor in the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour, who co-authored the study along with graduate student Sachin Sarin.
Dukas had the same librettist, Maurice Maeterlinck, as Debussy did for Pelleas et Melisande, and also shares a character.
WESTBORO - Yesterday afternoon's opening concert of Symphony Pro Musica's 25th season was called "Celebrating French Flair," and, accurately enough, presented music by Paul Dukas, Camille Saint-Saens and Hector Berlioz.