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Paul Abraham Dukas (; 1 October 1865 – 17 May 1935) was a French composer, critic, scholar and teacher. A studious man of retiring personality, he was intensely self-critical, having abandoned and destroyed many of his compositions. His best-known work is the orchestral piece ''The Sorcerer's Apprentice'' (L'apprenti sorcier), the fame of which has eclipsed that of his other surviving works. Among these are the opera Ariane et Barbe-bleue, his Symphony in C and Piano Sonata in E-flat minor, the Variations, Interlude and Finale on a Theme by Rameau (for solo piano), and a ballet, La Péri.

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Uniform title: Ariane et Barbe-bleue. Libretto
by Dukas, Paul, 1865-1935
Paris : Librairie Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1921 , ©1906
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Uniform title: Apprenti sorcier; arranged
by Dukas, Paul, 1865-1935
Grosvenor Place, NSW : reproduced and distributed under licence by the Australian Music Centre, [not before 2014] , ©2012
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Uniform title: Symphony, C major
by Dukas, Paul, 1865-1935
Paris : Rouart, Lerolle & Cie, [1951]
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
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