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Cimarosa

[chee-muh-roh-zuh; Italian chee-mah-raw-sah] /ˌtʃi məˈroʊ zə; Italian ˌtʃi mɑˈrɔ sɑ/
noun
1.
Domenico
[daw-me-nee-kaw] /dɔˈmɛ ni kɔ/ (Show IPA),
1749–1801, Italian conductor and composer.
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  • The music of Paisiello and Cimarosa was the music of their first love.

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  • Cimarosa will come, too, and preside at the banquet prepared for you.

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  • Cimarosa himself did not share the opinion of his admirers in respect to Mozart.

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  • Cimarosa, the Italian composer, who won national fame before he was twenty-five, derived his inspiration from the noisy crowd.

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  • A mass, composed by Cimarosa, was executed under the direction of Mr. H. Gilles, in a masterly style.

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  • Barbaja had previously speculated in Cimarosa, and he afterwards invested in Donizetti and Bellini.

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  • Cardinal Gonsalvi was devoted to music and had a sincere attachment to Cimarosa, the greatest Italian composer of his time.

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  • Such acts are not perpetrated in real life, impromptu, as in Cimarosa's operas.

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  • I could not help thinking what an admirable Camilla she would make in Cimarosa's Orazii.

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British Dictionary definitions for Cimarosa

Cimarosa

/ˌtʃiːməˈrəʊzə/
noun
1.
Domenico. 1749–1801, Italian composer, chiefly remembered for his opera buffa The Secret Marriage (1792)
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