Varese


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Varese

(värā`zā), city (1991 pop. 85,687), capital of Varese prov., Lombardy, N Italy, near the Swiss border. Situated in the Alpine foothills, near several Italian lakes, it is a popular tourist center. Manufactures include silk, machinery, plastics, and leather goods. The Este palace in Varese (1768–80) has lovely gardens. On a nearby hill is a church originally founded (late 4th cent.) by St. Ambrose.

Varese

a historic city in N Italy, in Lombardy near Lake Varese: manufacturing centre, esp for leather goods. Pop.: 80 511 (2001)
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Siempre proclive al arte nuevo, Varese tuvo cercania con poetas como Jose Juan Tablada y Vicente Huidobro.
Varese illustrates his argument with compelling examples and matched comparisons drawn from all over the world and across different historical eras.
Coach Giuseppi Iachini will operate on the counter though Varese's home form gives the northerners-whofinishedabove theirvisitorsinthefinaltable- adecentchancetolandoddsof 13-8.
Varese offers an exceptional model for determining the importance and outcome of the independent variables.
The early songs considered here employ techniques of percussive rhythm, sound masses and non-serial atonality that Jolivet learned from Varese. Open fifths, fourths and tritones, modality and whole-tone scales abound.
* Dipartimento di Biologia Molecolare, Sezione di Microbiologia, Universita di Siena, Siena, Italy; ([dagger]) Laboratorio di Microbiologia, Ospedale di Circolo e Universita dell'Insubria, Varese, Italy; and ([double dagger]) Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologie Biomediche, Universita di L'Aquila, L'Aquila, Italy
Frontiers: Jerry Goldsmith Sci-Fi Classics (Varese)
The Ispra site of the Joint Research Centre of the Commission of the European Communities at Varese in Italy was scarcely an advertisement for the aims of the organisation.
Sixty-three years ago, Edgard Varese's Ionisation, now generally acknowledged as the first important work in the history of Western art music for an ensemble of percussion instruments alone, was heard.
MRI, set to music of Edgard Varese, is performed on high bars and cargo nets suspended eight feet above the stage.
To illustrate this last possibility: Bernard, guided by his analytical method, identifies two [5][8]s in the flute line of measure 19 of Hyperprism, which it is not difficult to hear (The Music of Edgard Varese, 198 and "Cracked Octaves," 281).