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Scheherazade:

see Thousand and One NightsThousand and One Nights
or Arabian Nights,
series of anonymous stories in Arabic, considered as an entity to be among the classics of world literature. The cohesive plot device concerns the efforts of Scheherezade, or Sheherazade, to keep her husband, King Shahryar (or
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Scheherazade

escapes being put to death by telling stories for 1001 nights. [Arab. Lit.: Arabian Nights]
See: Cunning

Scheherazade

spins yams for Sultan for 1001 nights. [Arab. Lit.: Arabian Nights]

Scheherazade

forestalls her execution with 1,001 tales. [Arab. Lit.: Arabian Nights]
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Tratando de sintetizar los motivos recurrentes diremos que, por lo general, la critica destacaba en Scheherezade la originalidad, la brillantez, el fuerte exotismo, el color orquestal de gran efecto, las "orgias de color", el lujo y la fastuosidad o los "desbordamientos de melodia y de ritmo" (27), excesos al fin y al cabo justificados por el tema oriental.
Individuals throughout the orchestra have much to offer but none less than professional guest leader Shula Oliver who played heart-stopping Scheherezade themes with exquisite conviction.
We think of Scheherezade Alam as an undoubtedly seminal figure in ceramic innovation, aesthetics and production.
In the epic Persian tale 1,001 Nights, Scheherezade harnesses the power of storytelling to transform a vengeful king.
Following Scheherezade, he now gives us Spanish Caprice, music from The Snow Maiden, Sadko and The Golden Cockerel, and some Overtures in excellent recorded sound and brilliant exciting performances.
Within Music of the Middle East it is suggested to have a Middle Eastern food day and to have students read and discuss classic stories such as "Aladdin," "Sinbad the Sailor" and other stories told by Scheherezade in A Thousand and One Nights.
Additional reporting by Denise Lavoie, Bob Salsberg, Russell Contreras, Scheherezade Faramarzi, and Matthew Barakat.
The programme will include Vaughan Williams' The Lark Ascending and Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherezade Tickets for both concerts can be bought at The Sage Gateshead box office on 0191 443 4661.
26 Like a male Scheherezade, Khilmi tells his stories as an act of survival, a defense against a murderous world where powerful people threaten without remorse.
Third was a 1990 recording of Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherezade by the London Symphony Orchestra.
En la mayor parte de las contribuciones el lector encontrara interpretaciones originales tratadas con rigor sobre aspectos menos conocidos de la contribucion de la Guerra de la Independencia a la historia del nacionalismo espanol, tales como el papel de la cultura visual, de los lugares de memoria e incluso de la cultura material (Carlos Reyero, Alvaro Molina, Jesusa Vega y Luis Martin Pozuelo), del uso de la propaganda (Gregorio Alonso, Hugo Garcia y Jesus Alonso Lopez), de la literatura (Fernando Duran Lopez, Raquel Sanchez Garcia y Scheherezade Pinilla), de la historiografia (Joaquin Alvarez Barrientos) de la cultura popular (Joaquin Diaz), del lenguaje politico (Pablo Sanchez Leon y Rafael Cruz Martinez) y de las conmemoraciones (Christian Demange).
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