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Donizetti

[ don-i-zet-ee; Italian daw-nee-dzet-tee ]
/ ˌdɒn ɪˈzɛt i; Italian ˌdɔ niˈdzɛt ti /
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noun
Ga·e·ta·no [gah-e-tah-naw], /ˌgɑ ɛˈtɑ nɔ/, 1797–1848, Italian operatic composer.
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Donizetti
/ (ˌdɒnɪˈzɛtɪ, Italian donidˈdzetti) /

noun
Gaetano (ɡaeˈtaːno). 1797–1848, Italian operatic composer: his works include Lucia di Lammermoor (1835), La Fille du régiment (1840), and Don Pasquale (1843)
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