gondoliere


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a (Venetian) boatman who propels a gondola

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The Il Gondoliere did not disappoint with a perfect Pesce al Cartoccio (BD9.500++), a marinated Red Snapper cooked in foil to offer a combination of texture and taste, served with parsley and lemon sauce, green vegetables and roasted baby potatoes.
Figlio di un gondoliere e di una lavandaia, canta a orecchio, per stupire i turisti; in lui non e presente arte, ma solo doti naturali.
For a similar response, see Bernardo Ricci, "Rossini, Dante e il gondoliere: una 'contaminatio' impropria?" Musica/Realta 34 (1991): 5-7.
The gondoliere, Venice-born Silvano Jaqubi, dressed in the traditional uniform of a black and white jumper, a redrimmed straw boater and black trousers, agreed.
In the Eighteenth Century Venice produced a gondoliere poet, Antonio Bianchi, but he seems already to have retired under the protection of the Doge when in 1751 he made his debut with a 360-page quarto epic poem on King David.
It features an Italian restaurant called Il Gondoliere which Mr Radek is confident will prove popular with the many office workers in the district thanks to its traditional built-in oven offering 'an authentic pizza'.
Le canzoni femministe si rivoltano contro questi stereotipi femminili della canzone, contro le biondine facili prede del gondoliere. (15) "Donne prendiamoci la gioia", per esempio, allegro ritmo dagli echi tribali, si slancia contro le "tristi melodie" che han definito la donna fino ad allora ("han stravolto le nostre fantasie") e annuncia: "Ma ora il nostro corpo grida / e la voce spezza la barriera / di cemento").
(9) Carpaccio has a black gondoliere in his 'Miracle of the Cross'.