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* Luciano Bellosi " Per un contesto cimabuesco senese a ) Guido da Siena e il probabile Dietisalvi " Propsettiva 61, 1991 pp. 6 – 20 and " Per un contesto cimabuesco senese b ) Rinaldo da Siena e Guido di Graziano " Propsettiva 61, 1991, pp. 15 – 28
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His creations include such masterpieces as Sergei Prokofiev's Symphony-Concerto, Dmitri Shostakovich's two cello concertos, Benjamin Britten's Cello-Symphony ( which emphasizes, as its title suggests, the equal importance of soloist and orchestra ), Henri Dutilleux ' Tout un monde lointain, Witold Lutosławski's cello concerto, Dmitri Kabalevsky's two cello concertos, Aram Khachaturian's Concerto-Rhapsody, Arvo Pärt's Pro et Contra, Alfred Schnittke, André Jolivet and Krzysztof Penderecki second cello concertos, Sofia Gubaidulina's Canticles of the Sun, Luciano Berio's Ritorno degli Snovidenia, Leonard Bernstein's Three Meditations, James MacMillan's cello concerto and Olivier Messiaen's Concert à quatre ( a quadruple concerto for cello, piano, oboe, flute and orchestra ).
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On April 7, 1979, at the age of forty-six, Antonio Negri was arrested for his part in the Autonomy Movement, along with others ( Emilio Vesce, Luciano Ferrari Bravo, Mario Dalmaviva, Lauso Zagato, Oreste Scalzone, Pino Nicotri, Alisa del Re, Carmela di Rocco, Massimo Tramonte, Sandro Serafini, Guido Bianchini, and others ).
and Luciano Moggi which led to the resignation of Franco Carraro from the Italian Football Federation presidency and the appointment of a temporary commissioner, Guido Rossi, by the National Olympic Committee, Albertini was named vice-commissioner of FIGC.
Augusto Rollandin was the most voted regional deputy with 13, 836 preference votes, while incumbent President Luciano Caveri was only seventh with 2, 770 votes ( down from 7, 313 ) and party leader Guido Césal 25th thus failing the re-election.
Among his pupils, the most eminent were Marcello and Claudio Abbado, Luciano Berio, Guido Cantelli, Niccolò Castiglioni, Carlo Pinelli, and Fiorenzo Carpi.
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Some composers like Brasílio Itiberê da Cunha, Luciano Gallet and Alexandre Levy, despite having a European formation, included some typically Brazilian elements in their works.
Bramante was born in Monte Asdrualdo ( now Fermignano ), under name Donato di Pascuccio d ' Antonio, near Urbino: here, in 1467 Luciano Laurana was adding to the Palazzo Ducale an arcaded courtyard and other features that seemed to have the true ring of a reborn antiquity to Federico da Montefeltro's ducal palace.
* The Palazzo Ducale, built from 1470 by Luciano Laurana or Francesco di Giorgio Martini for Federico da Montefeltro.
* John of Vellore ( 15th century ), painter of the beginning of the 15th century, the father of Luciano da Velletri, another painter whose work is attested between 1435 and 1441 ;
The new species and genus were officially described by Luciano A. Leal, Sergio A. K. Azevodo, Alexander W. A. Kellner, and Átila A. S. da Rosa in the October 18, 2004 issue of the scientific journal Zootaxa.
The band started in 1984 with Luciano Nassyn and Patricia Marx, recording the album Clube da Criança with Xuxa and Carequinha.
Authors known for making the claim that João Gonçalves Zarco was of Jewish ancestry are Augusto Mascarenhas Barreto and Manuel Luciano da Silva, who also suggest that Christopher Columbus could have been of Jewish descent from Portugal and his real name was Salvador Fernandes Zarco.
The first to join were Alberto Morselli, Giovanni Rubbiani and Alberto Cottica ( still in Lontano da dove ), Chris Dennis ( formerly a member of Nomadi ), Filippo Chieli, Franco D ' Aniello and Luciano Gaetani from Abazia dei folli.
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( E. Amato have before suggested this identification in " Luciano e l ' anonimo filosofo celta di Hercules 4: proposta di identificazione ", Symbolae Osloenses 79 ( 2004 ), 128-149 ).
Afterwards, she debuted in cinema with Viaggi di nozze by Carlo Verdone, where she played the role of Marcella, and Croce e delizia, directed by Luciano De Crescenzo, in the role of Barbara.
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* Luciano Floridi: " On the Logical Unsolvability of the Gettier Problem " in < cite > Synthese </ cite > v. 142. 1 ( 2004 ), pp. 61 – 79.
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* White Hot: The Mysterious Murder of Thelma Todd ( TV 1991 ) – Luciano was portrayed by Robert Davi
* A horse named Sikeston, owned by Luciano Gaucci, won the Gran Criterium in 1988, the Premio Parioli in 1989, the Premio Ribot in 1990, the Queen Anne Stakes and Premio Roma in 1991, and the Premio Presidente della Repubblica in 1991 and 1992.
* The 1981 movie Gangster Wars and the 1991 Mobsters are partly fictionalized accounts of the Castellammarese War, both from the point of view of Luciano.
Between 1991 and 1993 Fornaciari continued duetting with some of the world ’ s most famous artists, such as Sting, Luciano Pavarotti, a young Andrea Bocelli, Peter Maffay, Elton John, Brian May and Eric Clapton.
Throughout their history, the group had numerous bass players ; Charlie Luciano ( original line-up ), then Crabtree, Dave Harris ( 1991 ), Lenie Mets ( 1991 – 93 ), Anthony Coote ( 1993-6 ) and Terry De Castro ( 2000 – 01 ).
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* Heuser, Beatrice, " Alliances Bedevilled by History: Franks, Germanics and Anglo-Saxons in the Cold War ", in Luciano Tosi ( ed ): Europe, its Borders and the Others ( Naples: Edizione Scientifiche Italiane, 2000 ), pp. 313-349.
Alex Ross, in an article in The New Yorker, 27 February 2006, pp. 84 – 85 notes a new ending composed by Luciano Berio premiered in 2002 -- this is preferred by some critics, for making a more satisfactory resolution of Turandot's change of heart, and of being more in keeping with Puccini's evolving technique.
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Pablo Picasso's style and name are known even to people who are not interested in art ; likewise many know that Harry Houdini was an illusionist, Bill Gates, an entrepreneur, Albert Einstein a scientist ; Mozart and Beethoven classical composers ; Luciano Pavarotti an opera singer.
His first action as mayor was to order the chief of police to arrest mob boss Lucky Luciano on whatever charges could be found.
In 1936, LaGuardia had special prosecutor Thomas E. Dewey, a future Republican presidential candidate, single out Lucky Luciano for prosecution.
Dewey led a successful investigation into Luciano's lucrative prostitution operation, eventually sending Luciano to jail with a 30 – 50 year sentence.
Caesar's invasion may well have led to the loss of some 40, 000-70, 000 scrolls in a warehouse adjacent to the port ( as Luciano Canfora argues, they were likely copies produced by the Library intended for export ), but it is unlikely to have affected the Library or Museum, given that there is ample evidence that both existed later.
While there he was a member of the Juilliard Ensemble under the direction of Luciano Berio, performing with them not only in New York but also the University of Hawaii and Dartmouth College.
Hartmann also provided a platform for the music of the young composers who came to the fore in the late 1940s and early 1950s, helping to establish such figures as Hans Werner Henze, Luigi Nono, Luigi Dallapiccola, Carl Orff, Iannis Xenakis, Olivier Messiaen, Luciano Berio, Bernd Alois Zimmermann and many others.
Andriessen originally studied with his father and Kees van Baaren at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, before embarking upon two years of study with Italian composer Luciano Berio in Milan and Berlin.
Lutenistic practice has reached considerable heights in recent years, thanks to a growing number of world-class lutenists: Robert Barto, Eduardo Egüez, Edin Karamazov, Nigel North, Christopher Wilson, Luca Pianca, Pascal Monteilhet, Lex van Sante, Ariel Abramovich, Evangelina Mascardi, Luciano Contini, Hopkinson Smith, Yasunori Imamura, Paul O ' Dette, Jozef van Wissem et alii.
In addition to her own work, Crow has performed with The Rolling Stones and has sung duets with Mick Jagger, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Luciano Pavarotti, Willie Nelson, Kid Rock, Tony Bennet and Sting among others.
Yet conflicts between the so-called Darmstadt school, which included composers like Pierre Boulez, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Karel Goeyvaerts, Luciano Berio and Gottfried Michael Koenig, soon arose, receiving explicit expression in Adorno's 1954 lecture, " The Aging of the New Music ", where he argued that atonality's freedom was being restricted to serialism in much the same way as it was once restricted by twelve-tone technique.
* March 15 – Tenor Luciano Pavarotti and the PBS opera series Live from the Met both make their American television debuts.