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Anne-Marie Riessauw

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Eric Blot

Italian family of violin makers . Gaetano Antoniazzi ( b Cremona, Aug 7, 1825; d Milan, Aug 1, 1897 ) probably learnt his craft in the Ceruti workshop in Cremona before establishing himself in Milan in 1870. It is only from this date until about 1890...

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(b Vienna, Nov 22, 1937). Austrian musicologist. He studied with Schenk and Wessely at the University of Vienna, taking the doctorate there in 1962 with a dissertation on Ignaz von Mosel; in 1967 he spent a year of study with Remo Giazotto in Italy. From ...

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Antonín Dvořák. Music Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations

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Antonina Nezhdanova as Antonida in Glinka’s ‘A Life for the Tsar’

Stuart Liff Collection, Isle of Man

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Guido Salvetti and T. Herman Keahey

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Marvin Tartak and Carlida Steffan

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Asta-Rose Alcaide

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F. Alberto Gallo

(fl Padua, early 14th century). Italian poet and theorist. He was a judge in Padua between 1329 and 1337, and in 1332 wrote a treatise Summa artis rythimici (ed. R. Andrews, Bologna, 1977) which he dedicated to Alberto della Scala, ruler of the city. This is a work on metrics which describes, with examples, the main poetic forms of the 14th century (sonnet, ballata, ...

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