Niccolo Paganini


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Italian violinist and composer of music for the violin (1782-1840)

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The composer Niccolo Paganini was a virtuoso performer on which instrument?
Italian violinist and composer Niccolo Paganini often performed before a full house and with a full orchestra, playing even the most difficult compositions with ease.
Natasha is likeable from the very beginning of the book when she responds to a reporter's naive question, "I'd hardly compare myself to Niccolo Paganini.
Hay quienes creen que ciertos personajes famosos, como Abraham Lincoln, muy alto y delgado, y el brillante violinista Niccolo Paganini, con dedos muy largos, tenian el sindrome de Marfan.
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Amine Records CDA 46642) Two of Ecuador's most renowned classical musicians, violinist Jorge Saade-Scaff and guitarist Julio Almeida, form a duo named in honor of Niccolo Paganini, the noted nineteenth-century Italian composer and violinist.
Carter had the chance to play what's called the Cannon, the violin owned by legendary classical music composer Niccolo Paganini.
Anastasia Khitruk derives her entrepreneurial spirit in part from one of her musical influences: the legendary Italian violinist and composer Niccolo Paganini.
Detesta que le digan "nino prodigio", pero no logra evitarlo: donde quiera que va --hace pocas semanas estuvo en el DF-- este violinista de solo 12 anos de edad congrega pequenas multitudes de verdaderos conocedores porque es de los pocos virtuosos internacionales que se atreven a ejecutar, con un desparpajo tan impresionante como su destreza, las piezas mas temibles, como el famoso concierto numero uno de Niccolo Paganini, tan dificil que desde su estreno en 1817 ha cortado de cuajo las ambiciones de decenas de violinistas de todo el mundo.
The historian Paul Metzner, in Crescendo of the Virtuoso: Spectacle, Skill, and Self-Promotion in Paris during the Age of Revolution (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998), has examined the rise of a cluster of virtuosities--those of the chess master, chef, detective, and automaton builder--alongside the performing of Niccolo Paganini and Franz Liszt.
The image depicts the virtuoso and composer, Niccolo Paganini, and was put on display shortly after he gave his first performance in Paris in 1831.
Postrado en su ultima residencia terrenal, el inigualable virtuoso Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840) accedio a escribir con mano temblorosa la receta de una de las pastas con las que deleito a amigos y amantes.
It hosted readings by Charles Dickens, appearances by comedian and clowmning pioneer Joseph Grimaldi, and peformances by Hungarian composer Franz Liszt and virtuoso violinist Niccolo Paganini.
He suggests that the undying supremacy of these two makers is owing partly to rarity--there are only about 140 Guarneri instruments still in existence, and perhaps 100 Stradivari violins of interest to an investor--and partly to two violinists: Giovanni Battista Viotti (1755-1824; he played a Strad) and Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840), who preferred the richer, darker sound of his Guarneri.