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 (kär-do͞o′chē), Giosuè 1835-1907.
Italian poet whose work promoted the cause of national unification. He won the 1906 Nobel Prize for literature.

Carducci

(Italian karˈduttʃi)
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(Biography) Giosuè (dʒozuˈɛ). 1835–1907, Italian poet: Nobel prize for literature 1906

Car•duc•ci

(kɑrˈdu tʃi; It. kɑrˈdut tʃi)
n.
Giosuè, ( “Enotrio Romano” ), 1835–1907, Italian poet and critic: Nobel prize 1906.
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THE Carducci String Quartet will feature at Rhyl Music Club's next concert on Wednesday, October 21.
From France we have Franck Carducci, a multiinstrumentalist but primarily a twin-necked guitar maestro whose musical muse is Steve Hackett (imagine Franck's emotions, therefore, when the great man agreed to a guest slot on his new album Torn Apart).
Frank Carducci (top), a twin-necked guitar maestro and Italy's |Barack Project (above) are both to play at the Zephyr Lounge
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The Carducci String Quartet is currently devoting itself to all 15 quartets by Shostakovich (anyone who heard their weekend trawl through them to launch this year's Cheltenham Festival will not easily forget the experience) and for this concert they will be performing numbers 4, 12 and 14.
The young Odysseus Piano Trio will be playing music written for that combination of instruments, while the Carducci String Quartet, back from their triumphant debut at New York's Carnegie Hall, will demonstrate why The Yorkshire Post has written of "their phenomenal ascent into the league of the world's major quartets".
There are few spirited libations more familiar and crowd-pleasing than the Margarita, and authors Tad Carducci and Paul Tanguay (aka The Tippling Bros.
Giosue Carducci Elementary School intended to hold a series of prayers to mark the Easter holiday last month.
Paul Pacult, James Conley, Tad Carducci, Dale DeGroff, Gregg Glaser, Geoffrey Kleinman, Douglass Miller, Dan Nicolaescu, Steve Olson, Will Shine, Francis Schott, Andy Seymour and Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan, MW.
The Americana-country duo of songwriters Kevin Carducci and Sage Fifield create a acoustic sound with guitar, double bass and vocal harmonies.
Carducci said that if you make connections with people, it makes it much more difficult for you to treat them in an uncivil way.
Sanchez then added a second in the 75th minute when he coolly curled over Canada goalkeeper Marco Carducci to ensure the South Americans ended with seven points, ahead of second-placed Iran, who won by a solitary goal courtesy of Yousef Seyeddi against Austria in the second Group E match in Al Ain.