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us: Giménez, Gerónimo, 1854-1923



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    • us: Giménez, G. (Gerónimo), 1854-1923
    • us: Jiménez, Jerónimo, 1854-1923
    • us: Jiménez, J. (Jerónimo), 1854-1923
    • us: Giménez, Jerónimo, 1854-1923
    • us: Giménez y Bellido, Jerónimo, 1854-1923
    • us: Bellido, Jerónimo Giménez y, 1854-1923
    • us: Giménez Bellido, Jerónimo, 1854-1923
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    • found: El mundo comedia es, 1896?
    • found: New Grove dict. of opera (Giménez (Jiménez) (y Bellido), Jerónimo; b. Oct. 10, 1854, Seville, d. Feb. 19, 1923, Madrid; Spanish composer and conductor)
    • found: Pena, J. Dicc. de la música Labor (Jiménez, Jerónimo; b. Oct. 10, 1854, Seville, d. 1923, Madrid; Spanish composer)
    • found: OCLC database, May 25, 1998 (hdgs.: Giménez, Gerónimo, 1854-1923; Giménez, Jerónimo, 1854-1923; Jiménez, Jerónimo, 1854-1923; usage: Gerónimo Giménez, G. Giménez, Giménez, Jerónimo Giménez, J. Jiménez, G. Jiménez, Jiménez)
    • found: The Romeros play classical music ... [SR] p1977: cont. (Jerónimo Giménez, 1854-1923)
    • found: El mondo comedia es, o, El baile de Luis Alonso, c2006: t.p. (Gerónimo Giménez) p. xvii (Gerónimo Giménez Bellido; b. Seville, Oct. 10, 1852; d. Madrid, Feb. 19, 1923)
    • found: Grove music online, Dec. 4, 2007 (Giménez [Jiménez] (y Bellido), Jerónimo; b. Seville, Oct. 10, 1854; d. Madrid, Feb. 19, 1923)
    • found: Dicc. de la música española e hispanoamericana (Giménez Bellido, Gerónimo [Jiménez, Jerónimo]; b. Seville, Oct. 10, 1854; d. Madrid, Feb. 20, 1923)
    • found: Wikipedia, Oct. 31, 2013 (Gerónimo Giménez y Bellido; born October 10, 1854 in Seville; died February 19, 1923 in Madrid; Spanish conductor and composer, who dedicated his career to writing zarzuelas, such as La tempranica and La boda de Luis Alonso. He preferred to spell his first name with a "G", even though it began officially with a "J")
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