[ree-en-zee; Italian ryen-dzee]
- Co·la di [kaw-lah dee] /ˈkɔ lɑ di/, Nicholas Gabrini, 1313?–54, Roman orator and tribune.
Also Ri·en·zo [ree-en-zoh; Italian ryen-dzaw] /riˈɛn zoʊ; Italian ˈryɛn dzɔ/.
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Examples from the Web for rienzi
In 1843 his "Rienzi" was accepted at Dresden, through the influence of Meyerbeer.A Popular History of the Art of Music
W. S. B. Mathews
The first course begins with his early opera "Rienzi" and ends with "Parsifal."The Pianolist
Today the people are all right, but the Rienzi isn't here—My God!The Devil's Paw
E. Phillips Oppenheim
All this was to be accomplished by Rienzi himself at his own cost and trouble.
In 1352 Rienzi was conveyed to Avignon and thrust into prison.
Rienzo (rɪˈɛnzəʊ, Italian ˈrjɛntso)
- Cola di (ˈkɔːla di). 1313–54, Italian radical political reformer in Rome
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