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“That’s where I spotted the image above; it’s by NYC-based illustrator Elliott Golden, whose portfolio is absolutely jam-packed with fresh-looking art.”
“By choosing the lyric monodrama "L é lio" (never before performed by this orchestra) to complete this important program, Mr. Muti took a stand on behalf of neglected works.”
“His programming was novel, too, pairing Berlioz's familiar "Symphonie Fantastique" with its rarely heard sequel, "L é lio.”
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“Dunga's Brazil is predicated upon a watertight defense marshalled by goalkeeper J lio C sar and hulking centerback”
“Iker Casillas, while J lio C sar said it was the kind of ball you might buy "in a supermarket.”
“Although Ms. Neuenschwander follows her own trajectory, her work also subtly echoes those by artists such as H lio Oiticica, Lygia Clark and Cildo Meireles, as well as Brazilian literature.”
“The club's strongest team includes Wesley Sneijder, a star for the Netherlands at the World Cup, as well as an abundance of South American talent, such as Walter Samuel and Diego Milito, of Argentina, and the Brazilian trio J lio C sar, Maicon and L cio.”
“Morgan Chase & Co. has reduced its card portfo lio by about 15% in the past year or so.”
“On Sept. 23, for example, he'll offer the Chicago audience Berlioz's "Symphonie Fantastique" along with its rarely played sequel "L é lio," which evokes Shakespeare's "The Tempest" — something he wants his listeners to know.”
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