Music Based On The Works of Oscar Wilde - List of Works - The Selfish Giant

The Selfish Giant

Short story

Composer Title Genre Date Notes
Eric Coates The Selfish Giant - A Phantasy orchestra 1925
Dan Goeller The Selfish Giant orchestra 2011 Official Website Children's book/CD, with illustrations by Chris Beatrice
Jenő Hubay Az önző óriás (Ger. Der selbstsüchtige Riese; Eng. The Selfish Giant), Op. 124 opera 1934 1 act; libretto by László Márkus and Jenő Mohácsi after the story by Wilde
Graeme Koehne The Selfish Giant ballet 1983 choreography by Graeme Murphy
Jim and Dee Patton The Selfish Giant Rock opera 2008 Official Website Performed by Bongo And the Point
Stephen DeCesare The Selfish Giant Musical Theatre 2010 Published by MTA Publishing - www.mtapublishing.com



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