Actually, Hayley's CD does credit the tune to Ravel. There is however an interesting story behind the title of the composition (If you allow me to correct the spelling errors ; the correct title is "Pavane Pour Une Infante Defuncte". In this case, the correct spelling is very significant).
Defuncte literally means "Disfunctional" - "No longer functioning" - in short: "Deceased".
Infante literally means "Female Royal Infant" - In short "Newly born princess".
So "Une Infante Defuncte" literally means "A Deceased Newly Born Princess."
The full title "Pavane Pour Une Infante Defuncte" literally means: "Lithany for a still-born princess". A very sad title, so it seems.
However, the story goes that Ravel chose this title because the poetic character of it appealed to him, and not because it had any further special meaning to him ....