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(Italian bwonarˈroti)
(Biography) See Michelangelo


(ˌmaɪ kəlˈæn dʒəˌloʊ, ˌmɪk əl-)

(Michelangelo Buonarroti), 1475–1564, Italian artist, architect, and poet.
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An influential figure in the musical and literary circles of early modern Florence, from at least 1592 (if not before) until well into the 1640s Buonarroti was regularly commissioned by the Medici court to produce a variety of theatrical spectacles in collaboration with numerous court composers and musicians.
Turner looked in with every chance of a fairytale success when moving towards the front aboard Buonarroti, but he was eventually put in his place as Ebor hero Litigant (10-1) sealed an impressive victory.
Buonarroti (25-1) didn't quite provide retiring Hayley Turner with a dream send-off in second while 9-2 favourite Seamour was last of the 22 runners.
The gelding produced a career best to score off a mark of 95 at Haydock from Buonarroti and we'll know soon enough if Luca's lined up another blot off just a five pound higher mark.
HAYLEY TURNER is likely to have a strong book of four or five rides at Doncaster on Saturday, including Buonarroti in the PS65,000 Betfred November handicap, as she bids to end her successful career in a blaze of glory.
The hitherto unknown pair of sculptures by Michelangelo Buonarroti from 1494 was presented to the public at a media conference on September 8, along with an explanation of the detailed study of the sculptures by the yArt Research Foundatione.
BUONARROTI has yet to really find his stride for Declan Carroll but his most recent effort suggests he is one for the shortlist in the William Hill Handicap (for The Kilkerran Cup) on the opening day of Ayr's Western meeting.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 O'Brien's loss could be Carroll's gain though as after a mediocre start to life with the Malton handler, Buonarroti now seems to be finding his feet judged on his second to Penhill at Haydock last time.
Michelangelo Buonarroti and his family lived near Florence, Italy, during the Italian Renaissance.
This recording marks the debut of bass-baritone Gerald Finley on Finland's Ondine label, and features world premiere recordings of the orchestral versions of the famous Scottish ballad, "Annie Laurie," and the Suite on Poems by Michelangelo Buonarroti, sung here for the first time in Italian.
Most exceptionally for an artist of his time (and also long thereafter), five important biographies about Michelangelo were written during, or close to his lifetime, and one of these, Ascanio Condivi's Vita di Michelagnolo Buonarroti of 1553, professed to emanate from the 'vivo oraculo' (living oracle) himself.
And his fitness and ability to handle testing ground might give him the edge over a bunch of unexposed colts, notably Ballydoyle duo, the unbeaten and potentially exciting INDIAN MAHARAJA and Racing Post Trophy fifth BUONARROTI, and John Oxx's EBANORAN, winner of a newcomers' event at the Curragh.