Gayane (Gayeneh). Ballet in 4 acts, mus. by Khachaturian, lib. Derzhavin, choreog. Anisimova. Comp. 1940–2, rev. 1952 and (with new plot) 1957. Prod. Leningrad 1942. Earlier version, Happiness, prod. Erevan 1939. Contains famous ‘Sabre Dance’. Also 3 orch. suites.
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