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/ grɑˈnɑ ðɔs /
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En·ri·que [en-ree-ke], /ɛnˈri kɛ/, 1867–1916, Spanish pianist and composer.
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These days Granados teaches remotely, watching six- and seven-year-olds try, in their small video boxes, to sound out sh- words like “shop.”How schools plan to close the pandemic education gap|Katie McLean|February 24, 2021|MIT Technology Review
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/ (Spanish ɡraˈnaðɔs) /
Enrique (enˈrrike), full name Enrique Granados y Campina. 1867–1916, Spanish composer, noted for the Goyescas (1911) for piano, which formed the basis for an opera of the same name
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