Cimarosa


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Cimarosa

(ˌtʃiːməˈrəʊzə)
n
(Biography) Domenico. 1749–1801, Italian composer, chiefly remembered for his opera buffa The Secret Marriage (1792)
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Here it was that Emmy found her delight, and was introduced for the first time to the wonders of Mozart and Cimarosa.
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During his student life he was a prize-winner at several international competitions including Domenico Cimarosa International Piano Competition (1990, Aversa, Italy), Sergei Rachmaninov International Piano Competition (1990, Morcone, Italy) and Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition (1992, Bolzano, Italy).
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Hasse (Wermsdorf, Palazzo di Hubertusburg, 1753), Tommaso Giordani (Dublino, Smock Alley Theatre, 1756), Domenico Cimarosa (Napoli.
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Davide Palmer received musical training from the Domenico Cimarosa Music Conservatory in Avellino, Italy, and the Manhattan School of Music.
Si spazia dalla musica inquietante che sottolinea i momenti tragici (la condanna a morte di De Deo e molti momenti di riflessione con Filangieri) a quella di corte di Mozart e Cimarosa (l'Arcadia; il gala al cospetto del re), a quella malinconica della ninna-nanna portoghese cantata al figlio, fino a "Cicirinella" e alla tamurriata napoletana nei momenti di allegria (il ballo subito dopo la rivoluzione del 1792).
de su misma pluma, pero tambien de autores extranjeros como Mozart, Paer, Mine, Cimarosa, etc.
Ademas, fue fanatico de la musica, en especial de Cimarosa, Rossini y, desde luego, de Mozart.