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ⓘ Leonardo De Lorenzo was an Italian flautist, composer and music educator. De Lorenzo was born in Viggiano, province of Potenza. He studied flute at Naples. He e ..




Leonardo De Lorenzo
                                     

ⓘ Leonardo De Lorenzo

Leonardo De Lorenzo was an Italian flautist, composer and music educator.

De Lorenzo was born in Viggiano, province of Potenza. He studied flute at Naples. He emigrated to the United States in 1909. He performed with many American orchestras. From 1923 to 1935, he taught flute at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. He died in Santa Barbara, California.

                                     
  • Lorenzo Medici sent Leonardo to Milan as an ambassador. Lorenzo de Medici wanted Leonardo to give Ludovico the lyre as a present from him. Leonardo wrote
  • Battle of San Lorenzo on 3 February 1813. Troops loyal to the Spanish Crown were defeated by local revolutionaries under General Jose de San Martin. The
  • grandson Lorenzo de Medici became even more famous. He was called Lorenzo il Magnifico the Magnificent It was during the time of Lorenzo that some
  • 1400 to about 1600 many artists in Italy used and developed the style. Leonardo da Vinci is a very famous example of an artist in this style. The city
  • of the Medici family. In the early 1470s Lorenzo de Medici gave him the job of designing the tomb of Lorenzo s father Piero and uncle Giovanni. The tomb
  • Medici Family Girolamo Mei, historian and humanist Lorenzo Ghiberti, sculptor Donatello, sculptor Leonardo da Vinci, famous for his Mona Lisa and other paintings
  • monuments. Lorenzo de Medici encouraged a lot of his countrymen to commission works from Florence s leading artists, including Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro
  • Battle of the Centaurs which was made for Lorenzo de Medici. In 1492, Michelangelo s patron, Lorenzo de Medici died. This brought about a big change
  • clever at a great number of things is sometimes called a Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci, who was a painter, a scientist, a musician and a philosopher
  • Vasari saw this movement as a golden age The patron of the movement was Lorenzo de Medici. Giogio Vasari expressed this thought at the head of his Vita
  • Esgrima La Plata led the championship, until it faced Boca Juniors and San Lorenzo de Almagro. In these matches, Gimnasia was subject to openly biased arbitration
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