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Carlo and Pietro
Whilst racing at Alessandria in the Circuito di Pietro Bordino race, Nuvolari crashed whilst avoiding Carlo Felice Trossi's stricken car.
The opera quickly became popular throughout Italy and productions were soon mounted by the following companies: The Teatro di San Carlo ( 14 March 1896, with Elisa Petri as Musetta and Antonio Magini-Coletti as Marcello ); The Teatro Comunale di Bologna ( 4 November 1896, with Amelia Sedelmayer as Musetta and Umberto Beduschi as Rodolfo ); The Teatro Costanzi ( 17 November 1896, with Maria Stuarda Savelli as Mimì, Enrico Giannini-Grifoni as Rodolfo, and Maurizio Bensaude as Marcello ); La Scala ( 15 March 1897, with Angelica Pandolfini as Mimì, Camilla Pasini as Musetta, Fernando De Lucia as Rodolfo, and Edoardo Camera as Marcello ); La Fenice ( 26 December 1897, with Emilia Merolla as Mimì, Maria Martelli as Musetta, Giovanni Apostolu and Franco Mannucci as Rodolfo, and Ferruccio Corradetti as Marcello ); Teatro Regio di Parma ( 29 January 1898, with Solomiya Krushelnytska as Mimì, Lina Cassandro as Musetta, Pietro Ferrari as Rodolfo, and Pietro Giacomello as Marcello ); And the Teatro Donizetti di Bergamo ( 21 August 1898, with Emilia Corsi as Mimì, Annita Barone as Musetta, Giovanni Apostolu as Rodolfo, and Giovanni Roussel as Marcello ).
He was born Carlo Pietro Giovanni Guglielmo Tebaldo Ponzi in Lugo in 1882.
Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi ( 1728-1804 ) wrote an oratorio, Debora e Sisera, for the Lenten season of 1788 at the Teatro di San Carlo, Naples, which was said to have been " almost universally regarded as one of the most sublime works of the late 18th century.
The Pietro and Maria Botto House, located on the side of a hill surrounded by open spaces, provided a natural amphitheater for labor leaders of the day to address thousands of people who gathered to hear Big Bill Haywood, Carlo Tresca, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and John Reed.
He was chiefly influential through his teaching in familiarizing men such as Leonardo Bruni, Coluccio Salutati, Giacomo da Scarperia, Roberto de ' Rossi, Carlo Marsuppini, Pietro Candido Decembrio, Guarino da Verona, Poggio Bracciolini, with the masterpieces of Greek literature.
It was one of the villages liberated by the Italian Libertarian Communist Insurrection of 1877 by Errico Malatesta, Carlo Cafiero, Pietro Cesare Ceccarelli, the Russian Stepniak and 30 other comrades.
The displacement of the old Italian comedy by the dramas of Pietro Chiari and Carlo Goldoni, modelled on French examples, threatened to defeat the society's efforts ; in 1757 Gozzi came to the rescue by publishing a satirical poem, La tartana degli influssi per l ' anno 1756, and in 1761 his comedy based on a fairy tale, The Love for Three Oranges or Analisi riflessiva della fiaba L ' amore delle tre melarance, a parody of the style of the other two poets.
Farrar created the title roles in Pietro Mascagni's Amica ( Monte Carlo, 1905 ), Puccini's Suor Angelica ( New York, 1918 ), and Umberto Giordano's Madame Sans-Gêne ( New York, 1915 ) as well as the Goosegirl in Engelbert Humperdinck's Die Königskinder ( New York, 1910 )
The lawyer Francesco Sturbinetti, who had led the Council of the Deputies, received the most votes, followed by Carlo Armellini, the physician Pietro Sterbini, monsignor Muzzarelli, in whose hands Pius had left the city and Carlo Luciano Bonaparte, prince of Canino.
Of his eight sons two at least acquired fame as musicians: Pietro Carlo Guglielmi ( 1763-1827 ), a successful imitator of his father's operatic style, and Giacomo Guglielmi, an excellent singer.
Among the best-known people who have attended the University of Pisa are Italian Presidents Giovanni Gronchi and Carlo Azeglio Ciampi ; Haitian President René Préval ; Nicaraguan President Adan Cardenas ; Pope Clement XII ; Italian Prime Ministers Sidney Sonnino, Giuliano Amato and Massimo D ' Alema ; Somali Prime Minister Ali Mohammed Ghedi ; Italian political leaders Carlo Sforza, Paolo Emilio Taviani, Alessandro Natta, Enrico Letta, Marcello Pera, Fabio Mussi and Sandro Bondi ; Italian Constitutional Court Judge Sabino Cassese ; Roman Catholic Cardinals Pietro Accolti, Benedetto Accolti the Younger, Francesco Barberini, Francesco Martelli and Bandino Panciatici ; Roman Catholic Archbishop Giovanni Battista Rinuccini ; Nobel Laureate in Literature Giosuè Carducci ; Nobel Laureates in Physics Enrico Fermi and Carlo Rubbia ; anatomist Atto Tigri ; art historian and curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev ; author Antonio Tabucchi ; civil engineer Henry Willey Reveley ; computer scientist Roberto Di Cosmo ; diplomats Carlo Andrea Pozzo di Borgo and Marcello Spatafora ; director and screenwriter Mario Monicelli ; economist Luigi Bodio ; egyptologist Ippolito Rosellini ; electron microscopist Clara Franzini-Armstrong ; geneticist Guido Pontecorvo ; historians Camillo Porzio and Carlo Ginzburg ; intellectual Adriano Sofri ; international civil servant Francesco Cappè ; journalists Lando Ferretti and Tiziano Terzani ; jurists Piero Calamandrei, Francesco Carrara and Antonio Cassese ; linguists Stefano Arduini and Luigi Rizzi ; manager Pier Francesco Guarguaglini ; mathematicians Bonaventura Cavalieri, Giovanni Ceva, Enrico Betti, Guido Fubini, Vito Volterra and Luigi Fantappiè ; neuroscientist Emilio Bizzi ; philosophers Giovanni Gentile and Anna Camaiti Hostert ; physicians Francesco Redi, Vincenzo Chiarugi and François Carlo Antommarchi ; physicists Adolfo Bartoli, Luigi Puccianti, Antonio Pacinotti, Temistocle Calzecchi-Onesti, Franco Rasetti and Luca Gammaitoni ; playwright and librettist Giacinto Andrea Cicognini ; racing car and engine designer Carlo Chiti ; surgeon Andrea Vaccá Berlinghieri ; tenor Andrea Bocelli ; writer Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi.
It was later the subject of analyses by leading players of the day Alessandro Salvio ( 1604 ), Don Pietro Carrera ( c. 1617 ), and Gioachino Greco ( 1623 ), and later Comte Carlo Francesco Cozio ( c. 1740 ).
Salvatore Riina, the head of the Corleonesi Mafia Family, is now serving a life sentence in prison for sanctioning the murders of Borsellino and Falcone, as well as Bernardo Provenzano, Pippo Calò, Salvatore Biondino, Pietro Aglieri, Michelangelo La Barbera, Raffaele and Domenico Ganci, Francesco Madonia, Giuseppe Montalto, Giuseppe and Filippo Graviano, Carlo Greco, Francesco Tagliavia, amongst others.
It features important sculptural and architectural creations: in the center stands the famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi or Fountain of the Four Rivers ( 1651 ) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, topped by the Obelisk of Domitian, brought here in pieces from the Circus of Maxentius the church of Sant ' Agnese in Agone by Francesco Borromini, Girolamo Rainaldi, Carlo Rainaldi and others ; and the aforementioned Pamphili palace, also by Girolamo Rainaldi, that accommodates the long gallery designed by Borromini and frescoed by Pietro da Cortona.
Buried there are Carlo Collodi, creator of Pinocchio ; politician Giovanni Spadolini ; painter Pietro Annigoni ; poet and author Luigi Ugolini ; film producer Mario Cecchi Gori ; sculptor Libero Andreotti ; writer Giovanni Papini ; and physicist Bruno Benedetto Rossi.

Carlo and Giovanni
The most highly sought ( and expensive ) instruments come from Italy and include basses made by Giovanni Paolo Maggini, Gaspar da Salo, the Testore family ( Carlo Antonio, Carlo Giuseppe, Gennaro, Giovanni, Paulo Antonio ), Celestino Puolotti, and Matteo Gofriller.
This includes the Catholic Counter Reformation writers summarised by Bireley: Giovanni Botero, Justus Lipsius, Carlo Scribani, Adam Contzen, Pedro de Ribadeneira, and Diego Saavedra Fajardo.
His first public acts of importance were to grant a general pardon to the participators in the riot which had closed the previous pontificate, and to bring to trial the nephews of his predecessor, of whom Cardinal Carlo Carafa was strangled, and Duke Giovanni Carafa of Paliano, with his nearest connections, was beheaded.
Gregory XII appointed Carlo Malatesta and Cardinal Giovanni Dominici of Ragusa as his proxies.
* 1677 Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari, Italian composer ( d. 1754 )
These include the Carabinieri general Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa, the region ’ s president Piersanti Mattarella, Padre Pino Puglisi, a priest who had fought for the young people living in the suburbs, and courageous magistrates such as Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino.
He made his uncle Giovanni Carlo Bandi, Bishop of Imola in 1752, and a member of the curia, cardinal in the consistory on 29 May 1775, but did not proffer any other members of his family.
In 1935, Carlo Alessi ( born 1916 ), son of Giovanni, was named chief designer.
In 1514, however, the population rebelled against the oppression and killed Count Giovanni Carlo Tramontano.
* Giovanni Carlo Tramontano, nobleman
* Giovanni Carlo Tramontano, Count of Matera
Their abundant inter-war Italian counterparts included, among others, Carlo Galeffi, Giuseppe Danise, Enrico Molinari, Umberto Urbano, Cesare Formichi, Luigi Montesanto, Apollo Granforte, Benvenuto Franci, Renato Zanelli ( who switched to tenor roles in 1924 ), Mario Basiola, Giovanni Inghilleri, Carlo Morelli ( the Chilean-born younger brother of Renato Zanelli ) and Carlo Tagliabue.
Famous Otellos of the past have included Tamagno, the role's trumpet-voiced creator, as well as Giovanni De Negri, Albert Alvarez, Francisco Viñas, Giuseppe Borgatti, Antonio Paoli, Giovanni Zenatello, Renato Zanelli, Giovanni Martinelli, Aureliano Pertile, Francesco Merli, Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, Frank Mullings, Leo Slezak, Jose Luccioni, Ramón Vinay, Mario del Monaco, James McCracken, Jon Vickers and Carlo Cossutta.

Carlo and Guglielmo
* The fortified city is surrounded by the streets of: Piazzale Boccherini, Viale Lazzaro Papi, Viale Carlo Del Prete, Piazzale Martiri della Libertà, Via Batoni, Viale Agostino Marti, Viale G. Marconi ( vide Guglielmo Marconi ), Piazza Don A. Mei, Viale Pacini ( vide Pacini ), Viale Giusti, Piazza Curtatone, Piazzale Ricasoli, Viale Ricasoli, Piazza Risorgimento ( vide Risorgimento ) and Viale Giosuè Carducci ( vide Giosuè Carducci ).
His father was Italian historian Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo Botta ( 1766 1837 ).
Lieutenant-General Luigi Frusci commanded the Northern Sector, General Pietro Gazzera commanded the Southern Sector, General Guglielmo Nasi commanded the Eastern Sector, and Lieutenant-General Carlo De Simone commanded the Giuba Sector.
Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo Botta.
Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo Botta ( November 6, 1766, San Giorgio Canavese, Piedmont August 10, 1837, Paris ) was an Italian historian.
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* Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo Botta ( 1766-1837 ), Italian historian
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Carlo and Ponzi
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: 1st GP Nobili Rubinetterie-Coppa Papà Carlo, Simone Ponzi

Carlo and March
* Francesco Riganti, Carlo Luigi Costantini, Duke Bonelli-Crescenzi, Antonio Bassi, Gioacchino Pessuti, Angelo Stampa, Domenico Maggi, Provisional Consuls ( 15 February 20 March 1798 )
Puccini completed the score of La rondine, to a libretto by Giuseppe Adami in 1916 after two years of work, and it was premiered at the Grand Théâtre de Monte Carlo on 27 March 1917.
* La rondine, libretto by Giuseppe Adami ( premiered at the Opéra of Monte Carlo, 27 March 1917 )
Pope Clement XIII ( 7 March 1693 2 February 1769 ), born Carlo della Torre di Rezzonico, was Pope from 16 July 1758 to 2 February 1769.
* March 8 Carlo Gesualdo, Italian music composer ( d. 1611 )
He was appointed, together with Carlo Armellini and Aurelio Saffi, as a member of the " triumvirate " of the new republic on March 29, becoming soon the true leader of the government and showing good administrative capabilities in social reforms.
The opera was soon mounted at major opera houses throughout Italy, including the Teatro Regio di Parma ( 20 April 1872 ), the Teatro di San Carlo ( 30 March 1873 ), La Fenice ( 11 June 1873 ), the Teatro Regio di Torino ( 26 December 1874 ), the Teatro Comunale di Bologna ( 30 September 1877, with Giuseppina Pasqua as Amneris and Franco Novara as the King ), and the Teatro Costanzi ( 8 October 1881, with Theresia Singer as Aida and Giulia Novelli as Amneris ) among others.
* Amica ( 16 March 1905, Monte Carlo, in French )-Italian libretto
* Gli sciti ( 18 March 1823, Teatro S. Carlo, Naples )
* La vestale ( 10 March 1840, Teatro S. Carlo, Naples )
* Il Vascello de Gama ( 6 March 1845, Teatro S. Carlo, Naples )
Turandot quickly spread to other venues: Rome ( Teatro Costanzi, April 29, four days after the Milan premiere ), Buenos Aires ( Teatro Colón, June 23 ), Dresden ( September 6, in German ), Venice ( La Fenice, September 9 ), Vienna ( October 14 ; Mafalda Salvatini in the title role ), Berlin ( November 8 ), New York ( Metropolitan Opera, November 16 ), Brussels ( La Monnaie, 17 December, in French ), Naples ( Teatro San Carlo, January 17, 1927 ), Parma ( February 12 ), Turin ( March 17 ), London ( Covent Garden, June 7 ), San Francisco ( September 19 ), Bologna ( October 1927 ), Paris ( March 29, 1928 ), Australia 1928, Moscow ( Bolshoi Theatre, 1931 ).
Carlo Rubbia Knight Grand Cross ( born on 31 March 1934 ) is an Italian particle physicist and inventor who shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1984 with Simon van der Meer for work leading to the discovery of the W and Z particles at CERN.
After unification ( 1861 ) the adopted national anthem was the Marcia Reale, the Royal March ( or Fanfara Reale ), official hymn of the royal house of Savoy composed in 1831 to order of Carlo Alberto di Savoia.
Carlo Giuliani (; 14 March 1978 20 July 2001 ) was an Italian anti-globalist who was shot dead by a police officer during the demonstrations against the Group of Eight summit that was held in Genoa from July 19 to July 21, 2001.
* March 21-Maurice Ravel's L ' Enfant et les sortilèges is premiered in Monte Carlo.
Gigli made many important debuts in quick succession, and always in Mefistofele: Teatro Massimo in Palermo ( March 31, 1915 ), Teatro di San Carlo in Naples ( December 26, 1915 ), Teatro Costanzi di Roma ( December 26, 1916 ), La Scala, Milan ( November 19, 1918 ), and finally the Metropolitan Opera, New York ( November 26, 1920 ).
Carlo Secillano Favagrossa ( 22 November 1888-22 March 1970 ), was an Italian general and politician.
Carlo Urbani ( Castelplanio, Italy October 19, 1956 Bangkok, Thailand March 29, 2003 ) was an Italian physician and the first to identify severe acute respiratory syndrome ( SARS ) as a new and dangerously contagious disease.
After 18 days of intensive care, Carlo Urbani died on 29 March 2003 at 11: 45 AM.
On March 11 Carlo Urbani travels to Bangkok to attend a medical conference.

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