from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Granados, Enrique 1867-1916. Spanish pianist and composer noted for his nationalistic music, such as Goyescas (1912-1914), piano works inspired by the paintings of Goya.


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  • May 17th (Monday) •At Saitama, Japan — Takashi Uchiyama (14-0) vs. Angel Granados (18-8), 12 rounds for WBA junior lightweight title.

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  • Juan Granados, partner director of civil defense, pronounced 7 charge shelters were being readied upon Cozumel, five upon Isla Mujeres as well as 7 upon Holbox, an island north of a peninsula.

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  • Authorities suspended fishing along partial of a seashore as well as told debate operators who suggest embankment snorkeling as well as diving excursions to stay in port, Granados added.

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  • The short video tells the story of Tania Yuridia Granados Monroy speaking about what it was like to raise her baby in prison, without the help of her mother or grandmother.

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  • As an appendix, he also includes El Pelele, the "Goyescan scene" Granados composed in 1913, and a much earlier Concert Allegro in which the Lisztian connection is obvious.

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  • It's that side of Granados's music that is brought out in Garrick Ohlsson's technically immaculate performances.

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  • Granados later used the works as the basis of his opera of the same name.

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  • And what Jorge Garcia Granados, Guatemalan representative to the United Nations, knew when he publicly endorsed Israel's founding because of his outrage at the time that "no Jew dare risk entering the most celebrated place of the Hebrew religion, because if he did so he might be killed [by Arabs]."

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  • The program, entitled "Years of Pilgrimage" celebrated Franz Liszt's 200th anniversary with performances of his original compositions and piano transcriptions as well as music by Debussy and Granados.

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  • Surrounding these new works were solid interpretations of Liszt, Debussy and Granados ripe with coloristic variety and prodigious technical execution.

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