Poulenc


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Pou·lenc

 (po͞o-lĕnk′), Francis Jean Marcel 1899-1963.
French composer and pianist whose works include the piano piece Trois mouvements perpétuels (1918) and the ballet Les Biches (1924).

Poulenc

(French pulɛ̃ːk)
n
(Biography) Francis (frɑ̃sis). 1899–1963, French composer; a member of Les Six. His works include the operas Les Mamelles de Tirésias (1947) and Dialogues des Carmélites (1957), and the ballet Les Biches (1924)

Pou•lenc

(puˈlɛ̃k)

n.
Francis, 1899–1963, French composer.
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