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Wolf-Ferrari

[ vawlf-fer-rah-ree ]
/ ˌvɔlf fɛrˈrɑ ri /
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noun
Er·man·no [er-mahn-naw], /ɛrˈmɑn nɔ/, 1876–1948, Italian composer.
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Wolf-Ferrari
/ (Italian ˈvɔlfferˈraːri) /

noun
Ermanno (erˈmanno). 1876–1948, Italian composer born of a German father, in Germany from 1909. His works, mainly in a lyrical style, include operas, such as The Jewels of the Madonna (1911) and Susanna's Secret (1909)
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