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Maurice Ravel seems to have been particularly attracted to the musical atmosphere of Vienna. Between embarking on a work in 1906 which was to be called Wien, and completing it in 1920 as La Valse, in 1911 he wrote the Valses nobles et sentimentales for piano. He then orchestrated the Valses in 1912, which at the same time became a ballet with the title of Adélaïde ou le langage des fleurs.

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