Most widely known for composing “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.” His extreme perfectionism frequently led him to eliminate his functions. He went to the Conservatoire de Paris for music, learning with such notables as Georges Mathias, Ernest Guiraud, and Théodore Dubois. His classmate was Claude Debussy with whom he created a deep companionship. He began focusing on a symphonic poem influenced by Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” soon before his loss of life. His dad was a banker and his mom was a pianist. He wedded Suzanne Pereyra in 1916. His structure “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” was found in “Fantasia,” Walt Disney’s respectable film from 1940.