Giuseppe Maria

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Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Honors and Awards - Grammy Awards
77 – Itzhak Perlman, violin Carlo Maria Giulini, conductor Christopher Bishop, producer (Angel) 1979 Johannes Brahms The Four Symphonies – Sir Georg Solti, conductor James Mallinson, producer (London) 1981 ... Karl-August Naegler, producer (Deutsche Grammophon) 2010 Giuseppe Verdi Messa da Requiem – Riccardo Muti, conductor Christopher Alder, producer (CSO Resound) Grammy Award for Best Orchestral Performance. 1 in D major – Carlo Maria Giulini, conductor (Angel) 1972 Gustav Mahler Symphony No ...
Napoleon III - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Napoleon III Sebastiano Nicolo Buonaparte Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte Maria-Anna Tusilo di Bocognano Carlo Buonaparte Giuseppe Maria Paravisini Maria-Saveria Paravisini Maria Angela Salineri Louis ...
Prince Napoleon Lucien Charles Murat - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Prince Napoleon Lucien Charles Murat 16 ... Pierre Murat 8 ...
Maria (given Name) - Notable People Named Maria - As Male Middle Name
... Carlo Maria Abate, Italian racecar driver Alberto María de Agostini, Italian explorer Carlos María de Alvear, Argentine general José María Aznar, Spanish politician, former Spanish ...

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