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Bononcini

[baw-nawn-chee-nee]
noun
  1. Gio·van·ni Ma·ri·a [jaw-vahn-nee mah-ree-ah] /dʒɔˈvɑn ni mɑˈri ɑ/, 1640–78, and his sons Giovanni Bat·ti·sta [baht-tee-stah] /bɑtˈti stɑ/, 1670–1747, and Marc An·to·nio [mahrk ahn-taw-nyaw] /mɑrk ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/, 1675–1726, Italian composers.
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Historical Examples of bononcini

  • We have been improving since Handel and Bononcini came to London.

    Mohawks, Volume 3 of 3

    Mary Elizabeth Braddon

  • But Bononcini and Handel are the two people who really choose our society.

    Mohawks, Volume 1 of 3

    Mary Elizabeth Braddon

  • It was the day of the little lieder by Bononcini or by Keiser.

    Handel

    Romain Rolland

  • All that one has heard of his meeting with Ariosti and Bononcini is somewhat legendary.

    Handel

    Romain Rolland

  • Bononcini gave his last piece, Kalfernia, on April 18, 1724.

    Handel

    Romain Rolland