Cardinal Gonsalvi was devoted to music and had a sincere attachment to Cimarosa, the greatest Italian composer of his time.
The music of Paisiello and Cimarosa was the music of their first love.
Cimarosa, though he may have possessed a more dignified sense than Paisiello of what was due to himself, had less vanity.
Cimarosa will come, too, and preside at the banquet prepared for you.
Cimarosa had taken no part in the plot against Guglielmi; but he was by no means delighted with Guglielmi's success.
Cimarosa himself did not share the opinion of his admirers in respect to Mozart.
Cimarosa's genius embraced both the tragic and comic schools of composition.
Cimarosa, the Italian composer, who won national fame before he was twenty-five, derived his inspiration from the noisy crowd.
Cardinal Consalvi, Cimarosa's friend, caused splendid funeral honors to be paid to him at Rome.
A mass, composed by Cimarosa, was executed under the direction of Mr. H. Gilles, in a masterly style.