Definition of Ravel, Maurice in English:

Ravel, Maurice

proper noun

  • (1875–1937), French composer; full name Maurice Joseph Ravel. His works, which are noted for their colorful orchestration, have a distinctive tone and make use of unresolved dissonances. Notable works: "Daphnis and Chloë" (1912) and "Boléro" (1928)

Pronunciation:

Ravel, Maurice

/rəˈvel/