Synonyms for rugarli or Related words with rugarli

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Examples of "rugarli"
Giampaolo Rugarli (5 December 1932 – 2 December 2014) was an Italian novelist.
Rugarli published more than 20 works, translated into several languages. His 1989 novel "Il nido di ghiaccio" won the Premio Selezione Campiello, while his 1991 novel "Andromeda e la notte" was finalist at the Strega Prize. He also collaborated with "Corriere della Sera" and with other Italian newspapers. His last novel "Manuale di solitudine" was published postmously in March 2015.
Born in Naples, after graduating in law Rugarli worked from 1955 for the bank institute Cariplo, becoming director of the Roman office of the institute in 1972. Later he was appointed head of the "Studies Office" of Cariplo, and he founded with the publisher Laterza, and directed, the journal "Rivista Milanese di Economia" ("Milan Journal of Economics"). At the end of 1985 he left his job at the bank and began to devote himself exclusively to his work as a writer.
Orlandi studied music with Gaspare Rugarli, organist at the ducal chapel of Colorno, then in Parma with Gaspare Ghiretti and probably with Ferdinando Paer. In 1793 he entered the Conservatorio della Pietà della Turchini in Naples, where he studied counterpoint with Nichola Sala and Giacomo Tritto. In 1799 he returned to Parma, where he was appointed choirmaster. In 1801, his theatrical career began with the comic opera "The Scottish Pupil" ("La pupilla scozzese") based on a libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte that had earlier been set by Antonio Salieri in Vienna in 1789.