[chee-muh-roh-zuh; Italian chee-mah-raw-sah]
- Do·me·ni·co [daw-me-nee-kaw] /dɔˈmɛ ni kɔ/, 1749–1801, Italian conductor and composer.
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Examples from the Web for cimarosa
The music of Paisiello and Cimarosa was the music of their first love.The Life of Rossini
Henry Sutherland Edwards
Cimarosa himself did not share the opinion of his admirers in respect to Mozart.
Cimarosa will come, too, and preside at the banquet prepared for you.
Cimarosa, the Italian composer, who won national fame before he was twenty-five, derived his inspiration from the noisy crowd.Genius in Sunshine and Shadow
Maturin Murray Ballou
A mass, composed by Cimarosa, was executed under the direction of Mr. H. Gilles, in a masterly style.Travels Through North America, v. 1-2
Berhard Saxe-Weimar Eisenach
- Domenico. 1749–1801, Italian composer, chiefly remembered for his opera buffa The Secret Marriage (1792)
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