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Examples of "frammenti"
Percorsi nel recital, Visioni oltre il repertorio, Vol. 3 - Beethoven Backstage Ludwig van Beethoven: 6 Bagatelle op. 126 - Klavierstücke e frammenti degli anni 1783-1800 - Quattro intermezzi per la Sonata in do min. op.10 n. 1 (1796-1799) - Frammenti, Klavierstücke e un'Anglaise del quaderno BH 114 (1793–94) - Frammenti e composizioni degli anni 1802-1810 - Klavierstücke e frammenti degli anni 1818-1827 [Cd + DVD LimenMusic CDVD038C038]
"Il Vaticano II. Frammenti di una riflessione", Il Mulino, 1996
Gualino used his time on Lipari to write the biographical "Frammenti di vita" (Milan: Mondadori, 1931).
Frammenti is an Italian TV series and ARG (Alternative Reality Game) produced in 2009.
A modern edition of the fragments is P. Cappelletto, 2003. "I frammenti di Mnasea: introduzione testo e commento".
23. Frammenti di un diario alcamese del secolo 18° di Stefano Monteleone; [pref. di F. M. Mirabella]; Alcamo: Tip. Francesco Spica, 1892
Arnold Schönberg: 17 frammenti – Anton Webern: 5 composizioni Schönberg: 3 Klavierstücke, 17 Fragmente. Webern: Satz, Sonatensatz, Kinderstück, Klavierstück, Variationen op. 27. [Phoenix PH 99505]
Born in Saliceto Panaro to a Jewish family, Verona started his career as a poet in 1901 with the poetry collection "Commemorazione del fatto d'arme di Brichetto", followed by "I frammenti d'un poema" (1902) and "Bianco amore" (1907).
Author of poems selected and included in numerous anthologies like Isla Negra, Anguillara Sabazia città d’arte, IoScrivo, Isola near. Author of the prose story Frammenti dal caos, published as a prize for all his distinctions achieved in literary field.
A widely appreciated educator, classical scholar in Greek and Latin, and a Lecco public figure after the Second World War, where he organized a cultural center, devoted to literature, and published "Frammenti di Vita", a book of his recollections.
Later works expanded to include vocal and operatic works; "Mysterium" released in 2005 featured "Frammenti del Sappho" for female chorus; "Rituals" (2005) featured Zorn's opera composed for the Bayreuth Opera Festival in 1998; and "La Machine de l'Être" composed in 2000, premiered at the New York City Opera in 2011, and recorded for the 2012 album "Music and Its Double".
Although mainly an enthusiastic student, he was for some time "podestà" of the little republic. His monumental work, "Nuovi Frammenti dei Fasti Consolari Capitolini" (1818–1820), attracted the attention of the learned world as furnishing positive bases for the chronology of Roman history, while his contributions to Italian archaeological journals established his reputation as a numismatist and antiquarian.
The fragments of his works have been edited by Peter in "Historicorum Romanorum Fragmenta", and more recently in a separate edition with commentary by Carlo Santini in "I Frammenti di L. Cassio Emina: Introduzione, Testo, Traduzione e Commento" (Testi e Studi di Cultura Classica, 13), Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 1995, ISBN 88-7741-850-8.
The most extensive treatment of Cornelius Labeo, including the collected fragments, is that of the Italian scholar P. Mastandrea, "Un Neoplatonico Latino: Cornelio Labeone, testimonianze e frammenti" (Leiden, 1979). The work "Peri keraunôn (Περὶ κεραυνῶν, On Lightnings)" has sometimes been wrongly ascribed to him.
The works surviving only in fragments include the dialogues "On Philosophy" (or "On the Good"), "Eudemus" (or "On the Soul"), "On Justice", and "On Good Birth". The possibly spurious work, "On Ideas" survives in quotations by Alexander of Aphrodisias in his commentary on Aristotle's "Metaphysics". For the dialogues, see also the editions of Richard Rudolf Walzer, "Aristotelis Dialogorum fragmenta, in usum scholarum" (Florence 1934), and Renato Laurenti, "Aristotele: I frammenti dei dialoghi" (2 vols.), Naples: Luigi Loffredo, 1987.
He is remembered most for his pioneering study of gold glass vessel bottoms used as grave-makers in the Catacombs of Rome, "Osservazioni sopra alcuni frammenti di vasi antichi di vetro ornate di figure trovati nei cimiteri di Roma" (1716), in which he made the extraordinary, almost proto-Romantic assertion that the aesthetic crudity of early Christian art, often remarked by connoisseurs of Roman arts, had served to intensify the piety of the worshipper, an early expression of feeling for primitive art.
The works surviving only in fragments include the dialogues "On Philosophy" (or "On the Good"), "Eudemus" (or "On the Soul"), "On Justice", and "On Good Birth". The possibly spurious work, "On Ideas" survives in quotations by Alexander of Aphrodisias in his commentary on Aristotle's "Metaphysics". For the dialogues, see also the editions of Richard Rudolf Walzer, "Aristotelis Dialogorum fragmenta, in usum scholarum" (Florence 1934), and Renato Laurenti, "Aristotele: I frammenti dei dialoghi" (2 vols.), Naples: Luigi Loffredo, 1987.
Fontana has published books and records. Among his works are the score-text "Radio/Dramma" (1977), the visual poetry works "Le lamie del labirinto" (1981) and "L'uomo delle pulizie" (1984), the collection of poetry "Scritture lineari" (1986), the poems "La discarica fluente" (1997), "Frammenti d’ombre e penombre" (2005), "Questioni di scarti" (2012), the monograph "Testi e pre-testi" (2010) and two novels: "Tarocco Meccanico" (1990) and "Chorus" (2000).
Among his creative publications, the poems "Feuilles" (Bruxelles, 1983), the dialogue "Coblas. Il mistero delle sei stanze" (with Alessandro Fo and Claudio Vela) (Milano, Scheiwiller, 1986), and the poem "Viaggio in Québec" (“Caffé Michelangiolo”, a. XIV, n. 2, maggio-agosto 2009, pp. 24–26); Other composition for theatre: "La luna capovolta. Sogni di Girolamo Cardano" (first performance: Macerata, 2002), "Compagne di classe" (adapted from "Scuola normale femminile" by Matilde Serao; first performance: Napoli, Liceo Fonseca, 2011), and "Umbra profunda. Frammenti della giovinezza di Giordano Bruno" (Ginevra, 2013).
In Friulian there are also a lot of German, Slovenian and Venetian words. From that evidence, scholars today agree that the formation of Friulian dates back to around 1000, at the same time as other dialects derived from Latin (see Vulgar Latin). The first written records of Friulian have been found in administrative acts of the 13th century, but the documents became more frequent in the following century, when literary works also emerged ("Frammenti letterari" for example). The main centre at that time was Cividale. The Friulian language has never acquired official status: legal statutes were first written in Latin, then in Venetian and finally in Italian.