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  1. Rhône-Poulenc ( French pronunciation: [ʁon pulɛ̃k]) was a French chemical and pharmaceutical company founded in 1928. In 1999, it merged with Hoechst AG to form Aventis.

  2. Poulenc Frères ( French: [pulɛ̃k]; Poulenc Brothers) was a French chemical, pharmaceutical and photographic supplies company that had its origins in a Paris pharmacy founded in 1827.

  3. Poulenc may have been inspired by Jacob's tendency to repeat words and phonemes in his poetry (as, for instance, in the poem Poulenc chose for the opening of the cantata}--or the frequent word repetition in this movement may help to convey the repairman's anger and obsessive mania.

  4. young Poulenc. Shamelessly mi-cromanaging, Cocteau urged Poulenc not to make the song sound too much like Chabrier, but rather “bien mais moche” (good but trashy), finishing with “rapid quarter notes” (he was no scho led musician). He also insisted that the final sylla-bles of words like “Venise” (“Veni-se”) should

  5. Rhodia traced its own history back to the founding of Poulenc Frères by Étienne Poulenc, who acquired an apothecary in Paris in 1858. Joined by his brothers, Poulenc began producing his own chemicals products, notably manufacturing chemicals for the newly emerging field of photography.

  6. ALTO ALC1411 [77:54] This is a disc of which I’m tempted to say ‘they don’t make ’em like that anymore’. These Poulenc recordings by Georges Prêtre have long been staples of the catalogue and we’ve reviewed some of them before on MusicWeb International.

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  8. For La voix humaine, based on a text by Jean Cocteau, Poulenc drew on a wide variety of musical idioms to convey each successive phase in the psychological evolution of a woman who refuses to accept the harsh truth.

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