[pag-uh-nee-nee, pah-guh-; Italian pah-gah-nee-nee]
- Nic·co·lò [nik-uh-loh; Italian neek-kaw-law] /ˈnɪk əˌloʊ; Italian ˌnik kɔˈlɔ/, 1784–1840, Italian composer and violinist.
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My heart relented; I gave him the order, and paid Paganini the dividend.
He was as legendary even among the common people as Paganini.
He also arranged the second set of Paganini's caprices, Opus 10.A Popular History of the Art of Music
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They say that Paganini sold his soul to the Ashmodai for a fiddle.Jewish Children
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This explains in a measure Paganini's inferior rank as a composer.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year
- Niccolò (nikkoˈlɔ). 1782–1840, Italian violinist and composer
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