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Duparc

(French dypark)
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(Biography) Henri (ɑ̃ri), full name Marie Eugène Henri Fouques Duparc. 1848–1933, French composer of songs noted for their sad brooding quality
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Il a egalement rendu hommage au monstre sacre du cinema egyptien disparu en 2015, Omar Sharif, ainsi qu'au critique marocain Mustapha Mesnaoui et au realisateur ivoirien Henri Duparc, tous deux disparus.
The festival has chosen to give a tribute to the name of the late and great Ivoirian filmmaker Henri Duparc, considered a master of African comedy because of his depiction of post-independence African societies with humor, irony and tenderness.
26) French composer Henri Duparc was completely blind for the last thirty years of his life, and in a 1916 journal entry he wrote: "God wants me to live in a more interior way; he has deprived me of vision, but, since then, what I hear is so beautiful
JEAN CRAS [JAN KRAZ] (1879-1932), a composition student of Henri Duparc (1848-1933), has penned several dozen beautiful songs that remain relatively unfamiliar to singers and teachers of singing.
Estrenada en el Conservatorio de Paris el 17 de febrero de 1889, con una recepcion mas bien fria y una clara resistencia por su evidente ascendencia germanica, especificamente wagneriana y por supuesto lisztiana, esta autentica obra maestra de Franck, que por otra parte es la que mas ha contribuido a enaltecer su prestigio, esta dedicada a su sobresaliente discipulo Henri Duparc .
I have even furnished what I believe is the only convincing solution to one of the 19th century's greatest musical enigmas: why that brilliant Franck pupil Henri Duparc stopped composing, for all practical purposes, when not yet 40.
It also inspired the 1993 film "Rue Princesse" by the late French-Ivorian director Henri Duparc.
Cras's only teacher, Henri Duparc, stipulated the importance of sincerity in a remark published in the 26 March 1904 issue of La revue bleue, which bears affinity to Cras's own thought: "[T]he musician speaks his own language in writing music and should not concern himself with anything but expressing his soul's emotions to other souls; music that is not the gift of oneself is nothing" (cited in Caballero, 16).
She is a remarkable concert performer, having already appeared with l'Orchestre Metropolitain, l'Orchestre symphonique de Quebec and Les Violons du Roy as well as presenting recitals in France, in New York with Steven Blier's Festival of Song and for my own Andre Turp Musical Society concert series in Montreal, where she participated in a stunning performance of the complete songs of Henri Duparc.
Cras was also a composer who, aside from several months of lessons and an ongoing correspondence with Henri Duparc, was self-taught.
Again, there is documentary proof of Finley's fine French on CBC Records: an award-winning cycle of songs by Henri Duparc.