Life's Dance. Tone-poem for orch. by Delius, after Hilge Rode's play Dansen Gaar. 1st version 1899 as La Ronde se déroule (The Dance goes on), rev. 1901 as Life's Dance, final rev. for publication 1912. F.p. of orig., London 1899; 1st rev. Düsseldorf 1904 cond. Buths, final version Berlin 1912 cond. Fried.
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