Thousand and One Nights

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Synonyms for Thousand and One Nights

a collection of folktales in Arabic dating from the 10th century

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Zac, 34, is now living with his mother Lady Annabel, and Sheherazade has been in Devon with their three children.
In concerts both in 2006 and 2007, Larmore shed her more usual bel canto garb in order to wear the royal robes of Cleopatra, Andromache, Phaedra, and Sheherazade as brought to life by Berlioz, Barber, Britten, and Ravel in four magnificent masterworks for voice and orchestra.
Other performances are to be staged between July and September: Alcestis, Ajax, Ionesco Project and two group efforts, Sheherazade 2001 and Dystopia Project.
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Un alliage que Frederic, protagoniste du roman Ainsi parlait Sheherazade, a pertinemment formule moyennant cinq questions existentielles mais aussi legitimes, suscitant d'emblee l'adhesion du lecteur :
Which Russian composer wrote the symphonic Sir Oswald Mosley, who founded the British suite Sheherazade? Union of Fascists in 1932?
High drama is certainly on offer with two of the great orchestral showpieces of all time, Rimsky-Korsakov's Sheherazade, based on the story of The Arabian Nights and Glinka's Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla.
41), Zank considers how the composer defies conventional paradigms in several works, chiefly the piano concerti, Jeux d'eaux, Sheherazade, and La valse.
The environmental campaigner and his ex-model wife Sheherazade will have their divorce finalised in the High Court this morning.
In this latest issue, on a small, independent label devoted to promoting musicians from the Chicago area, she traverses four wildly different dramatic pieces for concert stage: Berlioz's La mort de Cleopatre (1829), Ravel's Sheherazade (1903), Samuel Barber's Andromache's Farewell (written for Martina Arroyo for the New York Philharmonic's first season in Lincoln Center in 1962/63) and Benjamin Britten's Phaedra (one of his last major works, written for Janet Bader in 1974).
The 25th anniversary of The King's Singers sees them stage a Gunpowder Plot concert with music by Byrd, Dowland and Orlando Gibbons on October 24 and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra perform Rimsky- Korsakov's Sheherazade on December 3 a century after the composer's death.
A half length jacket she wore in the film Sheherazade sold for pounds 480, while a complete jewelled set from the same film went for pounds 456.
The Sunday Mirror revealed a month ago that the father-of-three was cheating on his wife Sheherazade, 32.
The col ourful magazine suggests readers can see her naked in her big screen debut, the 1990 French film Sheherazade, also known as 101 Nights.
Amidst the Byzantine Church, the remains of the Umayyed palace complex and the Roman temple of Hercules attendants will experience the 1001 nights of Rimsky Korsakov's Sheherazade, tango and flamenco elegance by Talent Danza, Fire of Anatolia's amalgamating fusion of dance choreography, and a dramatic performance of Motion Unmasking Dilemma (MUD) by the Jordanian Performing Art Center Theater Group (PAC), which on September 16 will be followed by a night of poetry by Palestinian poetess Suheir Hammad.Two days before the end of Souk Ukaz, audiences will experience a sense of the Far East by the Okinawa Song and Dance Theatre Chura, who will present a traditional theatrical performance in collaboration with the Japanese Embassy.