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Baritone Saxophone part from Nicolette from "Trois Chansons"

Maurice Ravel. Arr :- Johnny Jones.
2 minutes
Modern classical music

"Nicolette" is the first song from Maurice Ravel's "Trois Chansons",� "Three Songs", that were written for unaccompanied choir between December 1914 and February 1915, whilst waiting to be enlisted in the army.� Ravel himself wrote the texts for them.� "Nicolette" was dedicated to his friend and fellow "Apache" Tristan Klingor, whose real name was Leon Leclere,a poet.� The "Apache" were an Avant - garde group of artists, writers and musicians, who cheerfully adapted the name "Hooligans".

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