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By Robert N. Tracci
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Topic - Daniel Catán
Celebrated tenor Placido Domingo on Tuesday dedicated upcoming Paris performances of "Il Postino" to the opera's late composer, Daniel Catan.
Mexican composer Daniel Catan has died while working on a new opera in Austin, Texas, a University of Texas spokeswoman said Monday. He was 62.
The Butler School of Music had commissioned Catan to create an opera from the Frank Capra film, "Meet John Doe," and he was temporarily living in Austin, said Leslie Lyon, a spokeswoman for the University of Texas's College of Fine Arts.