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Corelli

1. Arcangelo . 1653--1713, Italian violinist and composer of sonatas and concerti grossi
2. Marie , real name Mary Mackay. 1854--1924, British novelist. Her melodramatic works include The Sorrows of Satan (1895) and The Murder of Delicia (1896)
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Corelli is a Chicago-based veteran speaker, author of six business books, and consultant with 25 years of experience working with some of the most successful leaders across the globe.
Olivieri also comprehensively lists the analogies in style, structure, compositional formulas, and thematic material with other Corelli works, while also recognizing the differences with his printed output.
While Del Monaco and Corelli both had squillo in their sound, Del Monaco achieved it by lowering his larynx, a method that limited dynamic range.
He told the trial he tried to wake his Nan by tapping on her front door but said he couldn't wake her before returning to Corelli Street.
The Avisons, led by Pavlo Beznosiuk, have embarked on a major project, recording the entire works of Corelli in time for the 300th anniversary of his death in 2013.
Warwick, aged 45, is the founder of the Corelli Orchestra which is resident Cheltenham's Pittville Pump Room and has performed widely throughout the UK, most recently at the Cheltenham, Three Choirs and St David's festivals, as well as appearing on BBC1.
Marina Boagno's biography of Corelli is a revised and expanded edition of a book first published in Italian in 1990, then translated in 1996.
Captain Corelli, winner of three of his 14 starts, had been as low as 25-1 with Paddy Power for the John Smith's Grand National.
Despite the setbacks with Black Shaw and now Droopys Corelli - last year's semi-finalist Escholido was also another one to succumb to injury - Findlay is still looking forward to one of his favourite sporting events of the year.
This will be the company's first production of the classic ballet, and the troupe will use the original 1841 choreography of Jean Corelli and Jules Perrot.
Rory donates bakery goods to the "Lock & Key charity event that she also is a willing participant along with two close friends, Michaela Corelli (see HARD TO HANDLE by Jamie Denton) and Lauren Massey (see ON THE LOOSE by Shannon Hollis).
It's easy to see why Captain Corelli fell for Kefalonia.