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 (jē′ə-lē′nē, jo͞o-lē′-), Carlo Maria 1914-2005.
Italian conductor best known for his work conducting opera. He served as conductor at La Scala in Milan (1951-1956) and Covent Garden in London (1958-1967) prior to leading the Los Angeles Philharmonic (1978-1984).
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Giulini

(Italian dʒuˈliːni)
n
(Biography) Carlo Maria (ˈkarlo maˈriːa). 1914–2005, Italian orchestral conductor, esp of opera
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Cagliari club president Tommasso Giulini confirmed on Thursday that Nainggolan would be returning to Sardinia, after flying to Milan to negotiate the deal.
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It gave one of the country's most prominent and accomplished orchestras a venue of equal caliber and arguably consummated the Philharmonic's generational transition from the age of Mehta and Giulini to that of Salonen and Dudamel.
(54) In this regard see, inter alia, Francioni and Lenzerini, 2003; Gerstenblith, 2006 and 2009; Blake, 2011; Francioni, 2011; Frulli, 2011, Borelli and Lenzerini, 2012; Lenzerini, 2013 and 2016; Pocar, Pedrazzi, Frulli, 2013; Vlasic and Turku 2016 and 2017; Giulini, 2017; Venturini, 2017.
Giulini, Canonical Gravity, and 16th Saalburg Summer School, Fundamentals and New Methods in Theoretical Physics, Wolfersdorf, Germany, 2010.
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Luckily, I got to do the big, traditional repertoire with people like Giulini...
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