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Delibes

(Cl?ment Philibert) L?o . 1836--91, French composer, noted particularly for his ballets Copp?lia (1870) and Sylvia (1876), and the opera Lakm? (1883)
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Por tanto, la hipotesis de la existencia de una cubierta petrea adintelada, elaborada con varias lajas de pizarra superpuestas, se antoja bastante acertada (Santonja, 1997: 71), teniendo en cuenta, ademas, que este sistema de cubierta ha sido propuesto para las camaras de otros dolmenes salmantinos, como el de La Casa del Moro en Gejuelo del Barro (Delibes y Santonja, 1986: 78 y 156-157).
The music selections for the ballet are from composers Leon Minkus, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Delibes, and Khachaturian.
Kerry Turner, Kristina Mascher, Geoffrey Winter, and Charles Putnam (American Horn Quartet) toured France, including Mulhouse (Conservatoire de Musique, Virginie Maillard, host), Clichy (Conservatoire de Musique Leo Delibes, Nader Zeynali, host), Sainte Hermine (Veillees Musicales Concert Series), and Cholet (Conservatoire a Rayonnement Departemental de Cholet, Jerome Percher, host).
2007); more than 40 predator species prey on rabbits (Delibes & Hiraldo 1981), including two endangered species: the Iberian lynx Lynx pardinus and the Spanish imperial eagle Aquila adalberti (Ferrer & Negro 2004).
Miguel Delibes: homenaje academico y literario presents the reader with a dual approach to the persona of one of Spain's most important novelists, Miguel Delibes.
Roman will help the bank enhance its corporate development and finance division, led by Juan Delibes.
THE European Ballet will be performing Coppelia, set to the irresistible score of Delibes, in Pwllheli next month.
The story of a young girl who meets a mysterious stranger on a California beach - detailed in the 68-page booklet - it's classic good versus evil stuff, borrowing liberally from Delibes, Beethoven, Mozart and Grieg.