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Campanella

Tommaso. 1568--1639, Italian philosopher and Dominican friar. During his imprisonment by the Spaniards (1599--1626) he wrote his celebrated utopian fantasy, La città del sole.

Campanella

 

a musical piece imitating the sound of smallbells. The Italian violinist and composer N. Paganini called therondo of his Concerto in B Minor for Violin and Orchestra La Campanella. The piano transcription of the rondo by F. Liszt isextremely popular.

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Made with sundried tomatoes, asparagus, and fried wild mushrooms, it's tossed with campanelle pasta and melted cheddar and parmesan cheese then drizzled with white truffle oil.
Chicken, Sweet Potato & Brown Butter Campanelle : Barilla campanelle, crimini mushrooms, spinach, pancetta, thyme, Parmesan, champagne brown butter sauce, and toasted bread crumbs (pairs beautifully with Porta Palo Chardonnay -- $7.
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Hattan has been off the course since an also ran in a Group one in Campanelle behind Pressing .
Our premium range features the shapes of Garganelli, Campanelle and Torchietti, giving consumers something discernibly different.
Poter aver pifi tosto delle stelle, Che un beneficiol ben sciagurato, E gire a stare a suon di campanelle.
The percussion group presupposed once again six players and the following instruments: marimba, xylophone, vibraphone, group of tubular bells, set of campanelle, 1 temple-block, 1 small drum, 4 bongos, 4 tom-toms, 1 large drum, 3 kettledrums, 2 triangles (of different sizes), 4 hung cymbals (diameters 26, 35, 46, 58 cm), 3 gongs, 5 tam-tams.
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