Sinbad the Sailor

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Noun1.Sinbad the Sailor - in the Arabian Nights a hero who tells of the fantastic adventures he had in his voyagesSinbad the Sailor - in the Arabian Nights a hero who tells of the fantastic adventures he had in his voyages
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Well, William Dobbin had for once forgotten the world, and was away with Sindbad the Sailor in the Valley of Diamonds, or with Prince Ahmed and the Fairy Peribanou in that delightful cavern where the Prince found her, and whither we should all like to make a tour; when shrill cries, as of a little fellow weeping, woke up his pleasant reverie; and looking up, he saw Cuff before him, belabouring a little boy.
The Fairy Peribanou had fled into the inmost cavern with Prince Ahmed: the Roc had whisked away Sindbad the Sailor out of the Valley of Diamonds out of sight, far into the clouds: and there was everyday life before honest William; and a big boy beating a little one without cause.
It was during these nights, that Scheherazade and her sister Dunyazade conjured up some amazing stories, including those of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, The Fisherman and the Genie, The Tale of the Three Apples, the Story of Nur Al Din Ali and his Son and the story of Sindbad the Sailor, just to mention a few.
The dancing violins, the pizzicatos, the crescendos, the fanfares and the tambourines, the innocent heroine's main theme weaving in and out - this spectacular music colours in the scenes of ships on the open sea, Bagdad festival, tales of Ali Baba and Sindbad the Sailor, the struggle for life, and love.
His high-energy renditions of hits such as Sindbad The Sailor (from Rock On

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