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Synonyms for gentleman

a man of refinement

a manservant who acts as a personal attendant to his employer

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The concert opened with a vivacious performance of Mozart's Magic Flute overture and a poised performance of Rodrigo's Fantasia para un gentilhombre.
This latest in the 'Commuter Concert' series promoted by Birmingham Conservatoire's Department of Creative Studies drew a gratifyingly large teatime audience to hear Gough give deftly coloured, dynamically well-judged accounts of En los Trigales, Tres Piezas Espanolas and the substantial Fantasia para un gentilhombre.
Next season the son of Northern Dancer "won" the July Cup at Newmarker only to be disqualified for hanging, with the race being awarded to Gentilhombre.
Adam retired from training in the early 1980s, having savoured big-race triumphs with the likes of Gentilhombre, Haveroid and Cawstons Clown, and subsequently concentrated on developing the 250-acre stud which he called Collin, the maiden name of his estranged wife Frances, and where he brought in stallions Lake Coniston, College Chapel and Danzig Connection.
Guitarist Mark Ashford was the elegant, urbane soloist in Rodrigo's courtly Fantasia para un Gentilhombre, his performance delicately coloured.
Adam retired from training in the early 1980s, having enjoyed big-race triumphs with the likes of Gentilhombre, Haveroid and Cawstons Clown, and then concentrated on the development of the 100-acre stud which he called Collin, the maiden name of his estranged wife Frances, and where he brought in the stallions Lake Coniston, College Chapel and Danzig Connection.
These included another guitar concerto (the Fantasia para un gentilhombre, written for Segovia and premiered by him in 1954), Concierto Andaluz, Concierto madrigal for four and two guitars respectively, the Concierto heroico for piano, the Concierto de estio for violin (these two written soon after Aranjuez), Concierto en modo galante for cello, and the Concierto serenata for harp.