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Fal·la

 (fäl′yä, fä′-), Manuel de 1876-1946.
Spanish composer whose music, which draws heavily on folk song traditions and Spanish exoticism, includes the suite Nights in the Gardens of Spain (1916).
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Falla

(Spanish ˈfaʎa)
n
(Biography) Manuel de (maˈnwɛl de). 1876–1946, Spanish composer and pianist, composer of the opera La Vida Breve (1905), the ballet The Three-Cornered Hat (1919), guitar and piano music, and songs
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Fal•la

(ˈfɑ yə, ˈfɑl yɑ)

n.
Manuel de, 1876–1946, Spanish composer.
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