Sheherazade


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Sheherazade:

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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The author then investigates Ravel's penchant for exoticism by dividing selected works into the categories of "oriental," "bizarre," or "pittoresque." After considering the unjustly neglected Sheherazade overture, he examines the eponymous 1903 song cycle.
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Sir Charles Mackerras will conduct the CBSO in Berlioz's best-known work, the Symphony Fantastique, on November 17, along with Ravel's Sheherazade (sung by Joan Rodgers) and La Valse.
Nothing funny about Maurice Bejart's new Sheherazade, performed at the festival of Saint-Florent-le-Vieil by Berlin Ballet.
Two speakers from Verescence (formerly SGD North America), Sheherazade Foroughi-Chamlou, vice president of sales and marketing, and Michel Levisse, vice president of product development, spoke about the suppliers eco-friendly glass, Neo Infinite.
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For the second half of the concert, the orchestra has chosen to play Rimsky-Korsakov's Sheherazade, based on the stories of A Thousand and One Nights.
The environmental campaigner and his wife Sheherazade will have their divorce finalised in the High Court this morning.
Christine Rice was the soloist for the three songs of Sheherazade which reveal Ravel's fascination with the oriental and exotic.