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[ sˈe͡ɪntsˈiːnz], [ sˈeɪntsˈiːnz], [ s_ˈeɪ_n_t_s_ˈiː_n_z]
Related words: best saint-saens recordings, the piano works of saint-saens, st-senses, saint-sens
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Saint-saens, French composer, organist, and conductor, was born March 9, 1835, in France. He died July 25, 1921. He was a prolific composer and his works were performed throughout the world. His most well-known compositions are the Carnival of the Animals, Ravel's Bolero, Symphony No. 3, and Music for the Movies.
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