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Dominick Argento
   composed   
From the Diary of Virginia Woolf
B.1927; Pulitzer Prize for music, 1975
Dominick Cirillo
   has the nickname   
Quiet Don
Dominick Napolitano
   has the nickname   
Sonny Black
Tony Bennett
   has the middle name   
Dominick
Singer, songwriter
Tony Bennett
   is the stage name of   
Anthony Dominick Benedetto
American singer of popular music, standards and jazz
Dominick Argento
   composed   
Songs About Spring
Song cycle for piano and orchestra, 1950
Dominick Argento
   composed   
The Resurrection of Don Juan
Ballet, 1956
Dominick Argento
   composed   
Ode to the West Wind
Concerto for soprano and orchestra, 1956
Dominick Argento
   composed   
The Revelation of St John the Divine
Rhapsody for tenor, men's chorus, brass and percussion, 1966
Dominick Argento
   composed   
"6 Elizabethan Songs"
Born, 1927
Dominick Argento
   composed   
"From the Diary of Virginia Woolf"
Eight song cycle
Dominick Argento
   composed   
"Songs About Spring"
To words by e. e. cummings
Dominick Argento
   composed   
"Ode to the West Wind"
Words by Percy Bysshe Shelly
Dominick Argento
   composed   
"Winter"
Words by William Shakespeare
Dominick Argento
   received the Pulitzer Prize for   
From the Diary of Virginia Woolf
1975
Dominick Argento
   composed   
"Casa Guidi"
Texts by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Dominick Argento
   composed   
6 Elizabethan Songs
For high voice and chamber ensemble
Dominick Argento
   composed   
Casa Guidi
Song cycle setting letters by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, 1983
Dominick Argento
   composed   
The Revelation of St. John the Divine
Large-scale choral work setting the Book of Revelation, for male chorus, brass and an array of percussion, 1968
Dominick Argento
   composed   
Dover Beach
Choral work written for the Yale Glee Club
1950
   was won by   
Dominick's Bar
Mrs. P. Kiely






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