Working as a busboy in Miami during the 1980s, Rameau often faced racism due to his ethnicity.
But it was his influence over other musicians, like that of Rameau, which was even more important than his own music.
Heaven rest his soul, say I, and so does the good Father Rameau.
I dislike that sort of writing which is neither manlike nor womanlike, and in which young Rameau excels.
Father Rameau came that very afternoon and had a long talk with Pani.
We come away from an opera of Rameau's intoxicated with harmony and stupefied with the noise of voice and instruments.
"He recommends it as a matter of course; he writes in it," said Rameau.
Tolstoy's rough banter recalls Rousseau's sarcasm about an opera of Rameau's.
Rameau, like most egotists, was rather a dull observer of men.
Rameau was in danger of Lynch law, when suddenly a face not unknown to him interposed between himself and the rough-looking man.