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  Giuseppe Parini
Giuseppe Parini, Italian poet, born at Bosisio, 23 May, 1729; died at Milan, 15 Aug., 1799.
The poetical fame of Parini depends upon his "Odi" and the "Giorno", particularly upon the latter.
Giorno (Milan, 1854); CARDUCCI, Storia del Giorno di Giuseppe Parini (Bologna, 1892); SALVERAGLIO, Odi (Bologna, 1882).
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 Giuseppe Parini - LoveToKnow 1911
, GIUSEPPE PARINI (1729 - 1 799), Italian poet, was born at Bosio in the Milanese, on the 22nd of May 1729.
His poem, Il Mattino, which was published in 1763, and which marked a distinct advance in Italian blank verse, consisted of ironical instructions to a young nobleman as to the best method of spending his mornings.
It at once established Parini's popularity and influence, 'and two years later a continuation of the same theme was published under the title of Il Mez70giorno.
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 Giuseppe Parini - HighBeam Encyclopedia
Parini, Giuseppe, 1729-99, Italian poet, a priest and teacher.
He was a professor and a superintendent of schools in Milan; a liberal, Parini became (1796) a government official in the Napoleonic occupation.
Parini's style was polished and reminiscent of classical Latin; he was widely emulated during the national revival.
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 Torelli Giuseppe - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Torelli, Giuseppe (1658-1709), Italian composer and violinist, who influenced the development of the concerto grosso and who was one of the...
Tartini, Giuseppe (1692-1770), Italian violinist and composer, born in Pirano, Istria (now Piran, Slovenia).
Verdi, Giuseppe (1813-1901), Italian operatic composer, whose works stand among the greatest in the history of opera.
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 Giuseppe Parini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Giuseppe Parini (Bosisio, now in Lecco province, May 23, 1729 - Milan, 1799) was an Italian satirist and poet.
It at once established Parini's popularity and influence, and two years later a continuation of the same theme was published under the title of Il Mezzogiorno.
The Austrian plenipotentiary, Count Firmian, interested himself in procuring the poet's advancement, appointing him in the first place, editor of the Milan Gazette, and in 1769, in despite of the Jesuits, to a specially created chair of belles lettres in the Palatine school.
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 Mozart Vocal Score: La clemenza di Tito
Giuseppe Parini (1729-1799), an Italian poet famous in his day, was engaged to write the libretto.
Parini invented a rather simplistic plot by transporting the actual occasion - the wedding - into an idealized bucolic landscape and peopling the stage with various and sundry figures from ancient myth.
Parini obviously skirted quite close to reality, as we learn from Leopold Mozart's letter of 26 October 1771 to his wife: "The Archduke and his wife are well and very happy.
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It was auctioned to Giuseppe Masotti and passed to Maria Masotti, wife of Francesco de Probizer, and its ancient glory is still preserved.
Giuseppe Masotti had the name of Bridi commemorated in marble, on the crypt that the banker had set up: "Giuseppe Antonio Bridi planted and landcaped this villa, leaving it to the poor people of Rovereto.
Giuseppe Masotti volle che il nome di Bridi fosse ricordato nel marmo della cripta tombale che il banchiere si era fatto predisporre -- Giuseppe Antonio Bridi, questa villa piantava ed abbelliva, il dì 8 agosto 1836 ai poveri di Rovereto, morendo lasciava, Giuseppe Maria Masotti, che ora la possiede, questa memoria, all'uomo generoso, poneva.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Giuseppe Parini
Giuseppe Parini (Bosisio, now in Lecco province, May 23, 1729 - Milan, 1799) was an Italian satirist and poet.
It at once established Parini's popularity and influence, and two years later a continuation of the same theme was published under the title of Il Mezzogiorno.
The Austrian plenipotentiary, Count Firmian, interested himself in procuring the poet's advancement, appointing him in the first place, editor of the Milan Gazette, and in 1769, in despite of the Jesuits, to a specially created chair of belles lettres in the Palatine school.
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 Giuseppe Parini - Wikipedia
Giuseppe Parini (Bosisio, Lecco, 23 maggio 1729 - Milano, 15 agosto 1799) è stato un poeta italiano.
Giuseppe Parino, che cambierà in seguito il suo cognome in Parini, nacque in Brianza, a Bosisio, presso il lago di Pusiano da Francesco Maria Parino, modesto commerciante di seta, e da Angela Maria Carpani.
I due poemetti, con la satira della nobiltà decaduta e corrotta richiamarono l'attenzione sul Parini e nel 1766 il ministro Du Tillot lo chiamò per ricoprire la cattedra di eloquenza presso l'università di Parma, cattedra che egli rifiutò nella speranza di poter ottenere una cattedra a Milano.
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Giuseppe Parini best embodies the intellectual and spiritual revival that took place in Italy in the second half of the 18th century.
Parini is particularly notable for his moral dignity and for his commitment to the spread of Enlightened, progressive and humanitarian ideals through his public life and writing.
Parini's major work is Il Giorno, a satirical poem in which he exposes the idleness, frivolities and spiritual emptiness of contemporary nobility.
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 Giuseppe Parini (1729-1799) - Picture - MSN Encarta
Giuseppe Parini (1729-1799) - Picture - MSN Encarta
The abbot and poet Giuseppe Parini served as a tutor to the 18th-century Milanese noble classes.
His literary output is characterized by the constant search for a balance between Enlightenment and respect for tradition.
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 Verdi Giuseppe - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Verdi, Giuseppe (quotations): Opera: Our mistake, you see, was to write…
Our mistake, you see, was to write interminable large operas, which had to fill an entire evening...
The man who embodied Italian opera, however, was Giuseppe Verdi.
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 Books by Giuseppe Parini, compare prices
by Giuseppe Parini, Silvia Scotti Morgana, Paolo Bartesaghi
Parini E Le Arti : Nella Milano Neoclassica
by Giuseppe Parini, Graziella Buccellati, Gennaro Barbarisi, Anna Marchi
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 AllRefer.com - Giuseppe Parini (Italian Literature, Biography) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
AllRefer.com - Giuseppe Parini (Italian Literature, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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Giuseppe Parini[jOOzep´pA pArE´nE] Pronunciation Key, 1729–99, Italian poet, a priest and teacher.
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 index.htm
Questo sito è nato per quell'occasione, ma vuole rimanere a testimonianza dell'attualità di Giuseppe Parini e delle sue opere.
Monumento a Giuseppe Parini, sulla piazza principale di Bosisio Parini.
Statue of Giuseppe Parini, in the main square at Bosisio Parini.
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 La Famiglia Abruzzese: Timelines; Italian Peninsula 3
Piedmont and its kings were in the center of this movement.
1860 Giuseppe Garibaldi landed in Sicily with a thousand volunteers (Red Shirts) and fought for Sicily's freedom from it's Bourbon rulers.
Garibaldi's troops were successful (for the Kingdom of Sardinia) against the professional army of Sicily's kingdom and then turned to the Italian mainland capturing southern Italy and Naples.
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Classicitaliani.it: Progetto Giuseppe Parini - Approfondimenti critici e link alle opere del poeta.
Giuseppe Parini - Biografia dell'autore con la cronologia delle opere, alcune delle quali sono consultabili direttamente nel sito.
Liber Liber: Giuseppe Parini - Il sito consente il download di diverse opere dell'autore in versione elettronica.
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 il Narratore audiolibri - Archivio audio gratuito - Parini Giuseppe
Giuseppe Parini (1729-1799), Italian poet, born at Bosisio (Como), and died at Milan.
Presentiamo questo contributo di Giuseppe O. Longo, scienziato, scrittore e traduttore, sul rapporto fra narrazione ed ascolto.
Ci sembra di grande interesse culturale e perfettamente coerente con la visione de il Narra...continua
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 parini - eSnips Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
giuseppe parini - alcune poesie di Ripano Eupilino (1752).pdf in LETTERATURA IN ITALIANO
giuseppe parini - il giorno (1763 - 1765).pdf in LETTERATURA IN ITALIANO
giuseppe parini - dialogo sopra la nobiltà (1757).pdf in LETTERATURA IN ITALIANO
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 Italian Authors & Texts
Introduction to Il Contrasto in Italian by Giuseppe Bonghi.
This project is designed to appeal to the different purposes of a wide range of readers, not simply those with scholarly interests.
Biography of Parini by Reina (Fausernet) in Italian (PDF)
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 Parini, Giuseppe - ENCYCLOPEDIA - The History Channel UK
Parini, Giuseppe - ENCYCLOPEDIA - The History Channel UK or LOGIN
Parini, Giuseppe, 1729-99, Italian poet, a priest and teacher.
THE HISTORY CHANNEL and BIOGRAPHY are trademarks of AandE Television Networks used under license ©2004 AandE Television Networks.
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 Odi - Microsoft Reader eBook - Italian - Get eBooks!
Quello delle Odi è un ritmo pacatamente classico, che disegna cose e persone con linee precise, assecondando l'equivalenza settecentesca tra poesia e pittura.
Testo di riferimento: G. Parini, Odi, a cura di D. Isella, Milano-Napoli, Ricciardi, 1975.
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