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Buononcini

[Italian bwaw-nawn-chee-nee]
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noun
  1. Bononcini.
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Historical Examples

  • What the paper tells us is that the Academy had not engaged Buononcini for the coming season.

    Handel

    Edward J. Dent

  • The following season brought Handel better fortune, and a decline in the popularity of Buononcini.

    Handel

    Edward J. Dent

  • It is hard to conceive the clat of a Buononcini or a Monteverde,—whose works were once preminent.

  • But when we come to think of it, might not Buononcini and Cuzzoni laugh to see how time has avenged them on their old enemy?

  • The most active of these was Buononcini, himself a composer of no mean ability, though eclipsed by the genius of Handel.

    The Opera

    R.A. Streatfeild