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Gesualdo

[ je-zoo-ahl-daw ]
/ ˌdʒɛ zuˈɑl dɔ /
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noun
Don Car·lo [dawn kahr-law], /dɔn ˈkɑr lɔ/, Prince of Ve·no·sa [ve-naw-zah], /vɛˈnɔ zɑ/, c1560–1613, Italian composer.
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Gesualdo
/ (Italian dʒezuˈaldo) /

noun
Carlo (ˈkarlo), Prince of Venosa. ?1560–1613, Italian composer, esp of madrigals
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