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Sheherazade

Sheherazade.
1. Symphonic suite for orch., ‘after the Thousand and One Nights’ by Rimsky-Korsakov, Op.35, comp, 1888, f.p. St Petersburg, 1889.

2. Shéhérazade, ov. for orch. by Ravel, comp. 1898, f.p. Paris 1899, unpubd.

3. Shéhérazade, song-cycle for v. and orch. by Ravel to poems by Tristan Klingsor (pseudonym of Léon Leclère), comp. 1903, f.p. Paris 1904. Songs are: 1. Asie (Asia), 2. La flûte enchantée (The magic flute), 3. L'Indifférent (The indifferent one).

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Sheherazade

Sheherazade: see Thousand and One Nights.

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