Don Quixote (disambiguation)

Don Quixote (disambiguation)

Don Quixote, fully El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, is a novel by Miguel de Cervantes.

Don Quixote (with variations in spelling) may also refer to:





  • edit] Music
    • Don Quixote (Strauss), a composition by Richard Strauss for cello, viola and orchestra, subtitled "Fantasy Variations on a Theme of Knightly Character"
    • Don Quixote (album), a folk album by singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot
    • Don Quichotte à Dulcinée, a three-song cycle composed by Maurice Ravel
    • "Don Quichotte", a 1984 song by French synthpop group Magazine 60
    • "Don Quijote", a 1981 song by Hungarian pop group Neoton Familia



    • Don Quijote (space probe), an unmanned space mission proposed by the European Space Agency
    • Don Quijote Airport, an airport currently under construction in the south of Ciudad Real, Spain
    • Don Quijote (store), a discount store with locations in Japan and Hawaii
    • Donquixote Doflamingo, a character in the anime and manga, One Piece
    • Quixote (web framework), a web framework for developing web application in Python
    • Quixote (crossword compiler)
    • 3552 Don Quixote, a small main-belt and potentially hazardous asteroid
    1. ^ Cooper, Barbara T. (1998). French Dramatists, 1789-1914. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research. ISBN 978-0-7876-1847-6. 

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