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Synonyms for Menotti

United States composer (born in Italy) of operas (born in 1911)

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A Cesar Luis Menotti se le atribuye gran parte de la evolucion futbolistica de Mexico.
When in the late 1950s composer-impresario Gian Carlo Menotti decided to start an arts festival, he sought a perfect setting convenient to both Rome and Florence.
Menotti proclaimed the work "courageous," for he had resisted "every temptation to follow the modern stream.
Van Gaal resigned and Barca fans waited eagerly to learn whether the new boss would be Italian Fabio Capello or Argentina's Carlos Bianchi or Cesar Luis Menotti.
En agosto de 1991 Ibarra y Maurer anunciaron la contratacion del tecnico argentino Cesar Luis Menotti, campeon del mundo con su Seleccion en Argentina 78:
It appeared odds-on he would be a member of the Argentina squad for the World Cup of 1978, but he was one of three players dropped on the eve of the finals by Cesar Luis Menotti.
Other famous victims include Diego Maradona, dropped by Cesar Luis Menotti from Argentina's 1978 squad as a teenager, and Nicolas Anelka, one of half a dozen discarded from Aime Jacquet's definitive France squad in 1998.
In 1965, Gian Carlo Menotti, director of the Spoleto, Italy, Festival of Two Worlds, invited Paul to perform and make a new dance for the company.
El mismo Cesar Menotti, ex seleccionador del conjunto albiceleste, se ha declarado en contra de la manera como se ha tratado al jugador, de quien dice se esta empujando a un abismo.
Born in Wisconsin in 1926, Hoiby began composing when he was a child, later studying composition with Gian Carlo Menotti at the Curtis Institute.
Halifax Summer Opera Workshop produced two operas written two centuries apart for its 2008 season--The Consul by Gian Carlo Menotti and Le nozze di Figaro by Mozart.
When Argentinian World Cup winning coach Cesar Menotti was at Barcelona, he switched training to the afternoon, because he believed it was better to prepare nearer to when you play.
In the spring of 1978 he was dropped by manager Cesar Luis Menotti from the squad preparing to host the World Cup.
Cesar Luis Menotti, in 1978, and Carlos Bilardo, eight years later, both won soccer's top prize.