[kluh-men-tee; Italian kle-men-tee]
- Mu·zio [moo-tsyaw] /ˈmu tsyɔ/, 1752–1832, Italian pianist and composer in England.
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For example, the recent documentary Bully depicts harassment far worse than what Ravi did to Clementi.
Ravi would be thrown out of the dorms, perhaps even convicted of a crime, and Clementi would be able to move on with his life.
In fact, Clementi was bullied less than most victims of bullying.
But as to whether Ravi did what he did intentionally to harass Clementi for being gay, the jury rendered a split decision.
If Clementi felt targeted because he was gay, Ravi is guilty of a hate crime.
Clementi may be considered the first legitimate writer for the piano.How the Piano Came to Be
Ellye Howell Glover
Who cares for more than four or six of the Clementi, for a half dozen of the Cramer?Old Fogy
Like Clementi, so was also Chopin under the dominion of his instrument.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician
The same may be said with regard to the harpsichord, from Frescobaldi to Clementi.The Violin
Kalkbrenner, a follower of Clementi and famous teacher, was at work in Paris.Theodor Leschetizky