Histoires naturelles (Natural histories). Song-cycle for v. and pf. by Ravel to poems by Jules Renard, comp. 1906, f.p. Paris 1907. 1. Le Paon (The Peacock), 2. Le Grillon (The Cricket), 3. Le Cygne (The Swan), 4. Le Martin-pêcheur (The kingfisher), 5. La Pintade (The guinea-fowl). Orch. version by M. Rosenthal.
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