Niccolo Paganini

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Noun1.Niccolo Paganini - Italian violinist and composer of music for the violin (1782-1840)Niccolo Paganini - Italian violinist and composer of music for the violin (1782-1840)
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1840: Italian violin virtuoso Niccolo Paganini died.
Summary: Al Bustan's celebration of four centuries of music from and inspired by Italy continued Saturday with an entertaining evening of Niccolo Paganini.
Hoffmann, Robert Schumann, Niccolo Paganini, Angelica Catalani, Ignaz Moscheles, Friedrich Kalkbrenner, and Franz Liszt; facets of artistic activity in early nineteenth-century Berlin come into sharp focus, most notably in the realms of opera, spoken theater, and ballet.
While there were great Italian Romantics such as Vincenzo Bellini, Niccolo Paganini and Giuseppe Manzoni, they made their mark in music and literature rather than the visual arts.
The 90-minute performance saw the duo play 10 pieces of music by renowned composers Fritz Kreisler, Jules Massenet, Igor Stravinsky, Pablo De Sarasate and Vittorio Monti, and violinists Niccolo Paganini and Henryk Wieniawski, along with a selection of traditional Japanese songs.
8 by Niccolo Paganini and Symphonie Fantastique, H.
1782: Niccolo Paganini, virtuoso Italian violinist and composer, was born in Genoa.
33," Richard Georg Strauss's "Dance Suite after Couperin," and Niccolo Paganini's "Variations on a Theme from Rossini's Mos."
Davide and Marianatalia are back for a concert to include music by Niccolo Paganini, Celso Machado and Astor Piazzolla.
Dix-sept instrumentistes a cordes, repartis en quatre pupitres (premiers violons, violons alto, violoncelles et contrebasse), ont presente une dizaine d'œuvres des compositeurs italiens, Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805), Alessandro Rolla (1757-1841) et Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840).
Violin soloist Luca Blasio and pianist Matteo Andreini, joined by the ROSO, began the concert with Niccolo Paganini's Sonata in A Minor for Violin and Piano.
Stradivari's reputation for perfection was established during the 19th century through the work of legendary virtuoso performers, such as the violinist Niccolo Paganini (1782 - 1840).