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Iturbi

[ ih-tur-bee, ih-toor-; Spanish ee-toor-bee ]
/ ɪˈtɜr bi, ɪˈtʊər-; Spanish iˈtur βi /
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noun
Jo·sé, 1895–1980, U.S. pianist, conductor, and composer; born in Spain.
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How to use Iturbi in a sentence

  • In the following year Iturbi made another successful voyage to the Gulf, though he again lost a vessel to freebooters.

    The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton
  • Thorpe followed young Iturbi y Moncada down the corridor and into a small room.

    A Daughter of the Vine|Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  • It ees an honour to receive you in the casa of the Iturbi y Moncadas.

    A Daughter of the Vine|Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
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