His initial desire as an adolescent was to write music for the theater, which inspired his first compositions, including music for a ballet. Claude Debussy , Paul Dukas , and Maurice Ravel were to be his next influences after he heard a concert of their work in ; he composed several piano pieces while training to become a teacher before going to study with Le Flem. His further writing continues to seek the original meanings of music and its capacity for emotional, ritual, and celebratory expression. In he published a paper declaring that "true French music owes nothing to Stravinsky ", though both composers drew heavily upon themes of ancient music in their work; Jolivet and La jeune France rejected neoclassicism in favor of a less mechanical and progressive and instead a more spiritual style of composition. Later, during World War II , Jolivet shifted away from atonality and toward a more tonal and lyrical style of composition.
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