|Geoffrey Bush||Lord Arthur Savile's Crime||opera||1972||premiered London, Guildhall School of Music, 5 December 1972|
|Edwin Carr||Lord Arthur Savile's Crime||opera||1991||1 act, 8 scenes|
|Alexandre Tansman||Flesh and Fantasy||film score||1943||only the 2nd part of the 3-part film is based on Wilde's story|
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