Toscanini

[ tos-kuh-nee-nee; Italian taws-kah-nee-nee ]
/ ˌtɒs kəˈni ni; Italian ˌtɔs kɑˈni ni /

noun

Ar·tu·ro [ahr-toor-oh; Italian ahr-too-raw], /ɑrˈtʊər oʊ; Italian ɑrˈtu rɔ/, 1867–1957, Italian orchestra conductor, in the U.S. after 1928.

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Toscanini
/ (ˌtɒskəˈniːnɪ) /

noun

Arturo (arˈtuːro). 1867–1957, Italian conductor; musical director of La Scala, Milan, and of the NBC symphony orchestra (1937–57) in New York
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