Scènes historiques (Historical Scenes). Fr. title given by Sibelius to 2 suites of orch. pieces. No.1 (Op.25) dates from 1899 and comprises All' Overtura, Scène, and Festivo (rev. 1911). No.2 (Op.66) dates from 1912 and comprises The Chase, Love-Song, and At the Drawbridge.
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