Auric, Georges Composers Composition Music
French twentieth century composer Georges Auric (1899-1983) was the youngest member of Les Six with Durey, Honegger, Milhaud, Tailleferre, and Poulenc. First acclaim came with his music for Les fâcheux (The Bores), a ballet based on Molière. He scored several films for French poet Jean Cocteau, including La belle et la bête (Beauty and the Beast) and Orphée (Orpheus). American films credits include Moulin Rouge and Roman Holiday.
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- mfiles: Georges Auric - Biography and list of films.
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- 7/9/01: CD Reviews Georges Auric and Lucy Whipple - Reviews of several Auric films.
- Auric, Georges - Notes his education and influences, related composers, and composers later years as both critic and serialist composer. composers From the Grove Concise Dictionary of Music entry composers at WQXR radio.
- Auric, Georges (1899 - 1983), France - Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, auric, georges bibliography, auric, georges and link to biographical essay from Dr. auric, georges Estrella\'s Incredibly auric, georges Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
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