stupefying discovery : Ravel did not say much about himself, but, he wrote it in his
music ! Enter the mystery by the fictitious door :
or by the musical one :
The watchmaker's heart. (temporary version)
«One talks of my hardness of heart, he told Jacques de Zogheb, a neighbour at Montfort-l'Amaury.They're wrong. And you know it. But I'm Basque. The Basque have a violent sensibilty, but they litte confide, and only in few people.» (1)
never was so happy to live, and I definitely think that joy is much
more fruitful than suffering. That's a belief amont others."
Index.Page 1 - The "Ravel-Mystery"
Page 2 - Points of view..
Page 3 - " Nor do I blow my nose. "(I)
Page 4 - "Nor do I blow my nose " (II)
Page 5 - Ravel and love.
Page 6 -A secret dedication.
Page 7 - The matching woman.
Page 8 -Who did say ?
Page 9 - The Bird of Paradise.
Page 10 -E. A. Poe.
Page 11 - Riddles.
Page 12 - Words...
Page 13 - Playing on words.
Page 14 - The Sphinxes of the Carnaval...
Page 15 - The most beautiful...
Page 16 - A letter...
See also :
- Some short biography focused on his youth
- A likely model...(french)
- Have you read ...?
Contradiction.I'm longing for contradictors. They can say what they think here.
As a practical exercice, I propose them two practical exercices :
1) The supposed liaison of Debussy and Camille Claudel.
2) The secret love of Beethoven for César Franck.
Illustrations : email@example.com