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(ʃəˌhɛr əˈzɑ də, -ˈzɑd, -ˌhɪər-)

(in The Arabian Nights' Entertainments) the wife of the sultan of India, who relates such interesting tales nightly that the sultan spares her life.
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In the story framing the tales, it is only through the courage and wit of the young woman, Sheherazade, who volunteers to be the king's bride, and the thousand and one tales she invents and tells night after night, that Shahrayar is healed of his obsession and the remaining virgins of his kingdom saved from death.
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The duke is in for an appealing evening of French music, with Ravel's La Valse and Sheherazade, sung by soprano Joan Rodgers, as well as Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique.
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