Antonio Mnzini

Gian Antonio Stella, Sergio Rizzo - Vandali. L'assalto alle bellezze d'Italia (2011) [Repost]

Gian Antonio Stella, Sergio Rizzo - Vandali. L'assalto alle bellezze d'Italia (2011)
Italian | 2011 | ISBN: 881705027X | EPUB/PDF | 123 pages | 3.2 MB

Il tempio di Apollo a Selinunte ingabbiato per undici anni dalle impalcature perché nessuno le smonta. La campagna veneta di Palladio e del Giorgione "intossicata, sconquassata, rosicchiata, castrata", come dice il poeta Andrea Zanzotto, da un caos di villette, ipermercati e capannoni. I mosaici di Pompei che si sgretolano perché l'ultimo mosaicista è in pensione da un decennio mentre il commissario compra mille bottiglie di vino "pompeiano" da 55 euro e ne spende 103mila per censire 55 cani randagi. La tenuta agricola di Cavour tra le risaie vercellesi cannibalizzata dai teppisti.

Antonio Mazzi - Non mollare. Consigli per affrontare la vita  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Karabas91 at Dec. 5, 2017
Antonio Mazzi - Non mollare. Consigli per affrontare la vita

Antonio Mazzi - Non mollare. Consigli per affrontare la vita
Italian | 2014 | 39 pages | ISBN: 8804646462 | EPUB | 0,9 MB
Gian Antonio Stella - Negri, froci, giudei & co. L’eterna guerra contro l’altro (2009)

Gian Antonio Stella - Negri, froci, giudei & co. L’eterna guerra contro l’altro (2009)
Italian | Rizzoli | 2009 | PDF | Pages 331 | ISBN: 8817045489 | 5 MB

L'inondazione di odio in Internet, i cori negli stadi contro i giocatori neri, il risveglio del demone antisemita, le spedizioni squadristiche contro gli omosessuali, i rimpianti di troppi politici per "i metodi di Hitler", le avanzate in tutta Europa dei partiti xenofobi, le milizie in divisa para-nazista, i pestaggi di disabili, le rivolte veneziane contro gli "zingari" anche se sono veneziani da secoli e fanno di cognome Pavan, gli omicidi di clochard, gli inni immondi alla purezza del sangue…

Antonio Fusco - Le vite parallele. Un nuovo inizio per il commissario Casabona  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Karabas91 at Nov. 27, 2017
Antonio Fusco - Le vite parallele. Un nuovo inizio per il commissario Casabona

Antonio Fusco - Le vite parallele. Un nuovo inizio per il commissario Casabona
Italian | 2017 | 240 pages | ISBN: 8809850513 | EPUB | 0,8 MB

Messaggero di sant' Antonio - Dicembre 2017  Magazines

Posted by crazy-slim at Nov. 27, 2017
Messaggero di sant' Antonio - Dicembre 2017

Messaggero di sant' Antonio - Dicembre 2017
Italian | 24 pages | True PDF | 33 MB
Antonio Albanese - Lenticchie alla julienne. Vita, ricette e show cooking dello chef Alain Tonné, forse il più grande

Antonio Albanese - Lenticchie alla julienne. Vita, ricette e show cooking dello chef Alain Tonné, forse il più grande
Italian | 2017 | 171 pages | ISBN: 8807492245 | EPUB | 0,3 MB
Yasunori Imamura, Fons Musicae, Monique Zanetti, Pascal Bertin - Antonio Caldara: Cantate e Sonate (2003)

Yasunori Imamura, Fons Musicae, Monique Zanetti, Pascal Bertin - Antonio Caldara: Cantate e Sonate (2003)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 414 Mb | Total time: 76:15 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Pan Classics | # 10 139 | Recorded: 2001

Antonio Caldara is one of those composers from Italy whose career brought him to Vienna, where he composed and performed mainly oratorios. He started his career in Venice where he was born in 1670 and where he studied with Giovanni Legrenzi. Being an accomplished cellist he was probably a member of the orchestras of the opera houses in Venice. In the 1690's he published two collections of trio sonatas, which are following the example of Corelli. His first opus, published in Venice in 1693, was again published by Roger in Amsterdam in 1698, a sign of their popularity. The chaconne which concludes his collection of 12 trio sonatas opus 2, could be interpreted as a tribute to Corelli, who also concludes his opus 2 with a chaconne.

Antonio Sabato, Max Delys - Gun Man (1977)  Video

Posted by Tavaz at Nov. 19, 2017
Antonio Sabato, Max Delys - Gun Man (1977)

Antonio Sabato, Max Delys - Gun Man (1977)
DVDRip | 750x576 | English | H264 @ 1202 kbps | MPEG Audio @ 192 kbps | 1 h 29 min | 894 MiB
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama

A man gets caught up in a criminal organization and finds that once in, you can't get out.
Jurgen Banholzer, La Gioia Armonica - Antonio Caldara: Cantate, Sonate ed Arie (2005)

Jürgen Banholzer, La Gioia Armonica - Antonio Caldara: Cantate, Sonate ed Arie (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 342 Mb | Total time: 65:57 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Ramée | # RAM 0405 | Recorded: 2004

The ensemble LA GIOIA ARMONICA was founded by Austrian dulcimer-player Margit Übellacker and German organist and singer Jürgen Banholzer. One of the ensemble's objectives is to explore the baroque repertoire for dulcimer, in particular in connection with the legendary pantaleon. The size of the group varies from dulcimer-organ duet to large chamber-music settings. Th e musicians are all specialised in historically-informed performance practices, and combine broad experience drawn from their involvement in various international ensembles. La Gioia Armonica's debut CD – Cantate, Sonate ed Arie, dedicated to music of Antonio Caldara – was also released by Ramée, and gained various awards, among which the Pizzicato Supersonic Award, Goldberg 5 Stars, and the Prelude Classical Award 2006 for best debut CD. Since then, the ensemble has been invited to perform in Germany and abroad, including at the Halle Händelfestspiele, the Dordrecht Bach Festival, the Middle-Germany Heinrich Schütz Days, the Bottrop Organ Plus Festival, and the Bad Homburg Fugato organ festival.
Gunar Letzbor, Ars Antiqua Austria - Antonio Caldara: XII Sinfonie a Quattro (2005)

Gunar Letzbor, Ars Antiqua Austria - Antonio Caldara: XII Sinfonie a Quattro (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 306 Mb | Total time: 73:10 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Arcana | # A 324 | Recorded: 2003

The historical-instrument ensemble Ars Antiqua Austria under violinist/conductor Gunar Letzbor has specialized in neglected repertory of the eighteenth century, and few composers fit their aims better than Antonio Caldara, a Venetian trained in the grand tradition at St. Mark's cathedral. He had a distinguished career that took him to Mantua, (perhaps) to the then-Austrian court at Barcelona, to Rome, and finally to Vienna itself, where he became vice-kapellmeister under emperor Charles VI. As with other composers in this milieu, most of his production was vocal. The 12 Sinfonie a quattro recorded here are very brief specimens of the kind of sinfonia that served as a curtain raiser for an opera or oratorio, the genre from which the independent symphony ultimately evolved. In this case the sinfonias are taken from oratorios, named in the subtitles of each work. They consist of three or four movements, many of them extremely short but not excluding counterpoint and even little fugal finales. The tone is restrained, in keeping with the religious subject matter, and the texture is pretty constant aside from a few violin solos. Combine that with the technically smooth but rather deadpan readings from Letzbor, a disciple of Reinhard Goebel and Nikolaus Harnoncourt, the result, at least for the general listener, is a very subdued hour of music in a program that would unlikely have been performed in its own time.
(James Manheim)