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Kabalevsky

[ kah-buh-lef-skee; Russian kuh-buh-lyef-skyee ]
/ ˌkɑ bəˈlɛf ski; Russian kə bʌˈlyɛf skyi /
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Dmi·tri [duh-mee-tree; Russian dmyee-tryee], /dəˈmi tri; Russian ˈdmyi tryi/, 1904–1987, Russian composer.
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  • The electronic band choked on Sousa, coughed and began again with Kabalevsky.

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