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Born as Rinaldo di Jenne in Jenne ( now in the Province of Rome ), he was, on his mother's side, a member of the family de ' Conti di Segni, the counts of Segni, like Pope Innocent III and Pope Gregory IX.
Renaud de Montauban, ( also spelled Renaut, Renault, Italian: Rinaldo di Montalbano, Dutch: Reinout van Montalba ( e ) n ) was a fictional hero and knight who was introduced to literature in a 12th century Old French chanson de geste known as Les Quatre Fils Aymon (" The Four Sons of Aymon ") ( frequently referred to simply as tale of Renaud de Montauban ).
Two others, Cencio Savelli, who was elected as Pope Honorius III in 1216, and Rinaldo Conti di Segni, elected as Pope Alexander IV in 1254, did not occupy that post at the time of their elections to the papacy ( Cencio was Camerlengo from 1188 until 1198, while Rinaldo from 1227 until 1231 ).
* Rinaldo Conti di Segni ( 1227 – 1231 ), later elected Pope Alexander IV
The Academy has also recorded Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, Handel's Orlando and Rinaldo, Mozart's La clemenza di Tito, Haydn's L ' anima del filosofo and over 200 other recordings for Decca, Harmonia Mundi ( France ), EMI and the new live recording label Wigmore Hall Live.
Favart reworked Rinaldo di Capua's La Zingara as La Bohemienne
Baroque Vocal – Antonio Vivaldi Vespri Solenni per la Festa dell ' Assunzione di Maria Vergine Soloists, Concerto Italiano / Rinaldo Alessandrini ( Naïve Opus 111 )
According to the same article in Ephemerides Liturgicae, Cardinal Giovanni Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano wrote in his Litteris Pastoralibus pro Quadragesima ( Pastoral Letters for Lent ) that " the sentence ' The evil spirits who wander through the world for the ruin of souls ' has a historical explanation that was many times repeated by his private secretary, Monsignor Rinaldo Angeli.
Arias from Handel's Rinaldo, Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice, Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni, Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia and L ' italiana in Algeri, Donizetti's Anna Bolena and La favorita, and Bellini's I Capuleti e i Montecchi.
In 1945, one of the most original magazines of the period was born: L ' asso di Picche published in Venice as a result of the work of a group of young venetian artists including Alberto Ongaro, Damiano Damiani, Dino Battaglia, Rinaldo D ' Ami and above all Hugo Pratt.
* Amori di Rinaldo con Armida by Teofilo Orgiani ( Brescia, 1697 ) music lost
* 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
* Opern-Recital-arias from Tannhauser, Oberon, Ariadne auf Naxos, Alceste, Rinaldo, Iphigenie en Tauride, La Clemenza di Tito, Münchner Rundfunkorchester, conductor Peter Schneider
it: Rinaldo III di Borgogna

di and Montalbano
The sub-zones are ( clockwise from the north ): the Colli Fiorentini which is located south of the city of Florence ; Chianti Rufina in the northeastern part of the zone located around the commune of Rufina ; Classico in the centre of Chianti, across the provinces of Florence and Siena ; Colli Aretini in the Arezzo province to the east ; Colli Senesi south of Chianti Classico in the Siena hills, which is the largest of the sub-zones and includes the Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano areas ; Colline Pisane, the westernmost sub-zone in the province of Pisa ; Montespertoli located within the Colli Fiorentini around the commune of Montespertoli ; Montalbano in the north-west part of the zone which includes the Carmignano DOCG.
* Gli arancini di Montalbano ( 1999 ) ISBN 88-04-46972-2
* La paura di Montalbano ( 2002 ) ISBN 88-04-50694-6 ( Six short stories )
* La prima indagine di Montalbano ( 2004 ) ISBN 88-04-52983-0
* Storie di Montalbano ( 2002 ) ISBN 88-04-50427-7
* Gallo-Italic of Sicily: Nicosia, Sperlinga, Piazza Armerina, Valguarnera Caropepe and Aidone in the province of Enna, and San Fratello, Acquedolci, San Piero Patti, Montalbano Elicona, Novara di Sicilia and Fondachelli-Fantina in the province of Messina ; an outlying dialect of Lombard not listed separately by the SIL ; other dialects were formerly also spoken in southern Italy outside Sicily, especially in Basilicata

di and 1736
Prince Eugene of Savoy ( French: François-Eugène de Savoie, German: Eugen von Savoyen, Italian: Principe Eugenio di Savoia-Carignano ; 18 October 1663 – 21 April 1736 ), was one of the most successful military commanders in modern European history, rising to the highest offices of state at the Imperial court in Vienna.
Other instruments associated with Paganini include the Antonio Amati 1600, the Nicolò Amati 1657, the Paganini-Desaint 1680 Stradivari, the Guarneri-filius Andrea 1706, the Le Brun 1712 Stradivari, the Vuillaume c. 1720 Bergonzi, the Hubay 1726 Stradivari, and the Comte Cozio di Salabue 1727 violins ; the Countess of Flanders 1582 da Salò-di Bertolotti, and the Mendelssohn 1731 Stradivari violas ; the Piatti 1700 Goffriller, the Stanlein 1707 Stradivari, and the Ladenburg 1736 Stradivari cellos ; and the Grobert of Mirecourt 1820 ( guitar ).
Senesino left England in 1736, and appeared in a few more productions in Italy: he sang at Florence from 1737 to 1739, and then in Naples till 1740, making his final appearance in Porpora's Il trionfo di Camilla at the Teatro San Carlo.
Lotti made his career at St Mark's, first as an alto singer ( from 1689 ), then as assistant to the second organist, then as second organist ( from 1692 ), then ( from 1704 ) as first organist, and finally ( from 1736 ) as maestro di cappella, a position he held until his death.
He married May 3, 1761 Maria Theresia Gräfin Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau ( 14 February 1736 / 1740-September 25, 1806 ), daughter of Leopold-Ferdinand Graf Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau ( Chlumec nad Cidlinou ( Chlumetz ), January 17, 1713-October 24, 1760 ) and wife ( married in Vienna, September 6, 1734 ) Maria Teresa Capece dei Marchesi di Rofrano ( June 3, 1715-November 12, 1778 ) by whom he had a daughter, Marija Teresa ( baptized on November 28, 1760 – Tours, November 2, 1834 ), married in 1778 and later divorced Wincenty Graf Tyszkiewicz ( died 1816 ), referendarz wielki litewski, and a son, Józef Antoni Poniatowski.
He became maestro di cappella at Pistoia about 1712, at Bologna in 1720, and at Pisa in 1736.

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