Khamma. Ballet-pantomime in 3 scenes (légende dansée) by Debussy, scenario by W. L. Courtney and Maud Allan. Comp. and pubd. 1911–12 with pf. acc. Prelude orch. Debussy, rest by Koechlin under composer's supervision, 1912–13, f.p. Paris 1924. First stage perf. Paris 1947.
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