Synonyms for rapetti or Related words with rapetti

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Examples of "rapetti"
Camillo Rapetti (1859, Milan – 1929) was an Italian painter.
Giulio Rapetti (born 17 August 1936), in art Mogol (), is an Italian music lyricist. He is best known for his collaborations with Lucio Battisti, Gianni Bella, Adriano Celentano and Mango.
The long association with Giulio Rapetti Mogol, which eventually created 126 songs, began in 1960 with the song "Crumbs of Kisses" or Briciole di baci starring Mina and "Devil" Diavolo sung by Jimmy Fontana.
Mogol was born in Milan. His father, Mariano Rapetti, was an important director of the Ricordi record label, and had been in his own time a successful lyricist of the 1950s. Young Giulio, who was likewise employed by Ricordi as a public relations expert, began his own career as a lyricist against his father's wishes.
Ricky Martin sang a duet with Anka on the album "Amigos". Another duet was in 2006 with Anka and the famous Italian singer and entertainer Adriano Celentano, with new Italian words by Giulio Rapetti (also known as Mogol) and by the same Celentano; the Italian title was "Oh Diana".
Today, Galleria Ca' D'Oro is curated by Antonio's daughter, Gloria Porcella, who was raised in Rome and studied at San Diego State University. The gallery currently represents artists John Seward Johnson II, Alfredo Rapetti Mogol, Ewa Bathelier, Erika Calesini, Cracking Art Group and Blue and Joy.
Nun Angela (Lorenza Rapetti) runs the bar "l'Angolo Divino", a bar inside convernt. The bar acts as a meeting for people of varying kinds. Sister Angela speaks to them and learns about their daily life, often helping to solve their problems.
Carosone wrote the song in collaboration with Nicola "Nisa" Salerno in 1956. Combining swing and jazz, it became one of his best-known songs. Commissioned by Ricordi director Rapetti for a radio contest, the music was composed by Carosone in a very short time after reading Nisa's lyrics; he immediately believed the song would become a great success.
Nisa and Carosone met in 1955. It was Mariano Rapetti, Ricordi record company's director - and father of lyricist Mogol - who suggested that they should work together to enter a radio contest. Nisa brought Carosone three texts to be set to music. One of them was titled "Tu vuò fà l'americano". Carosone had an instant inspiration and started composing a boogie-woogie on the piano keyboard. It took just fifteen minutes to create Carosone's most famous song, that became a worldwide success.
Willy Rizzo was uniquely placed as a designer for the Dolce Vita, being himself a part of the world for which he was designing. Infamous playboys, such as Rodolfo Parisi, Gigli Rizzi and Franco Rapetti, were some of his earliest clients. Salvador Dalí commissioned a number of pieces, as did Brigitte Bardot for the interior of La Madrague in St. Tropez. Being a consummate playboy of the era, Rizzo’s client list is testament to how close his furniture was to the mark.
"I (Who Have Nothing)" is a cover of Italian song ""Uno Dei Tanti"" (English: "One of Many"), with music by Carlo Donida and lyrics by Giulio "Mogol" Rapetti. "Uno Dei Tanti" was released by Joe Sentieri in 1961. The English lyrics for "I (Who Have Nothing)" were written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, who also produced the Ben E. King record using the backing track from Joe Sentieri's record (orchestra conducted by Luis Enriquez Bacalov).
Perhaps his internationally best known song is "Uno dei tanti". The song written by Carlo Donida and Giulio Rapetti was released in 1961. In 1963 Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller translated the text into English and released this song under the title "I (Who Have Nothing)". It became one of their greatest hits and was covered more than thirty times, e.g. by Tom Jones, Gladys Knight, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Ben E. King, Sylvester James, Luther Vandross and Shirley Bassey.
Abbate wrote over 50 songs, including the multi-platinum certified hits "Roma-Bangkok" for Baby K and Giusy Ferreri and "L'amore Eternit" for Fedez and Noemi. Her song "Nessun grado di separazione", performed by Francesca Michielin, placed second at the 66th edition of the Sanremo Music Festival and was Italy's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. For her songs, she generally is the sole author for the music and collaborates with (Alfredo Giulio Rapetti, the son of Mogol) for the lyrics.
Palmo's Opera House opened on February 3, 1844 with a production of Bellini's "I puritani" with Euphrasia Borghese as Elvira, Emma Albertazzi as Henrietta, and Michael Rapetti conducting. This was soon followed by performances of Bellini's "Beatrice di Tenda" and the New York premiere of Donizetti's "Belisario". In April 1844 the theater staged Rossini's "The Barber of Seville" with basso buffo Antonio Sanquirico making his professional stage debut as Dr Bartolo. The following month the opera house presented the operas "La sonnambula" and "L'elisir d'amore" for their first presentations in the original Italian language in New York City.
As well, de Groux was a fervent diarist; beginning in 1892, he produced 18 volumes detailing the life of a European artist in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In 2002, his descendants donated these volumes to the Institut national d'histoire de l'art; selected excerpts were published in 2007. Henry de Groux 1866-1930 - journal - Henry De Groux, Rodolphe Rapetti, Pierre Wat - Editions Kimé at www.dessinoriginal.com. Apollinaire writes of De Groux's exhibition in Paris at the Salon d'Automne 1911, praising with "...gives one the impression of an immense labor and a sensibility of the highest order..."
In 2013, the Marche region decided to add words to the "Inno delle Marche" and appointed a committee, of which Giulio Rapetti, professionally known as Mogol, took part to choose the best words among all of the participants of the official public contest. The committee's choice fell on the words written by Giacomo Greganti from the Marche Region, and the BTwins, two of Mogol's pupils, were chosen to perform the piece. And it was Mogol himself, who during the celebrations of the "Giornata delle Marche" held on 10 December 2013 at San Benedetto del Tronto, inaugurated the performance of the anthem sung by the twins from Ascoli Piceno.
In 1973, the magazine gradually started hosting erotic contents, and in 1977 it eventually became a pornographic magazine. In the early 1980s, "Le Ore" got a large commercial success, mostly thanks to several celebrities posing in erotic and sometimes explicit situations in photoshoots, as well as thanks to the regular presence of the Italian hardcore cinema major stars Ilona Staller, of whom the magazine also published comic series inspired to her, and Moana Pozzi. During this period, it also regularly presented other erotic comic series, often created by Aldo Rapetti and Otello Perandin.
Rapetti attended the School of Decorative and Figural Art at the Brera Academy in Milan where he made his debut by winning the Fumagalli Prize with a portrait commissioned by Vittore Grubicy. He travelled to Rome, Paris and London developing the techniques of oil painting, watercolour and engraving. He received important commissions for decorative work in Milan where he frescoed civic buildings like the Teatro Eden and religious edifices like the church of the Ospedale Maggiore, he also executed some portraits of benefactors for the same institution. He showed genre scenes at the Turin Quadriennale in 1902 and at the Mostra Nazionale of Fine Arts in Milan in 1906. In 1926 he participated in the first exhibition of Milanese artists organized by the "Famiglia Meneghina".
In Milan he found the support of the French talent scout, Christine Leroux, who worked for the Ricordi music label. Under Leroux's wing Battisti penned three sizeable hits in 1966 for other artists ("Per una lira" for Ribelli, "Dolce di giorno" for Dik Dik, and "Uno in più" for Riki Maiocchi). Leroux also introduced Battisti to lyricist Giulio Rapetti, better known as Mogol: though not impressed at first by Battisti's music, Mogol later declared to have started the collaboration after recognizing Battisti's humble, though determined, desire to improve his work. Mogol also pushed Ricordi to allow Battisti to sing his own songs: Battisti's voice became the focal point of his strength and originality. As a singer, he made his debut with the song "Per una lira" in 1966: despite the song's poor success (only 520 copies sold throughout Italy!), it allowed him to begin building his career as a singer.
The architectural liberal period comes from the reconstruction of the country after the First World War, which brought a lot of European architects to Paraguay, including Italians such as Grassi, Rapetti and Pozzi. This influence of European architects resulted in a new architectural style for Paraguay and the other countries of South America. Cities like Asuncion received a new architecture which brought an improvement in the design quality and visual appeal of urban buildings. There was an approach to mix nature and architecture. This changed the approaches not just to houses and streets, but also for hospitals, churches and institutional buildings. At the beginning of the 20th century neo-colonialist architectural style appeared, such as in the church of San Roque Gonzalez.