Corelli



Arcangelo
[ahr-kahn-je-law] /ɑrˈkɑn dʒɛˌlɔ/ (Show IPA), 1653–1713, Italian violinist and composer.
Marie (Mary Mackay) 1854?–1924, English novelist.
Historical Examples

This was the work of Corelli, whose sonatas were published in the third quarter of the century with which we are now dealing.
A Popular History of the Art of Music W. S. B. Mathews

How it is now at Rome is doubtful; but we do not hear that there are any Corelli’s.
Observations on the Florid Song Pier Francesco Tosi

To illustrate this statement, we will follow in a direct line from Corelli, according to the table given in Grove’s Dictionary.
Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday Henry C. Lahee

It was the overture to this work which caused so much difficulty to Corelli.
Handel Edward J. Dent

“If they play at Naples, they are not very polite there,” poor Corelli must have thought!
Great Violinists And Pianists George T. Ferris

Miss Corelli’s force is hysteric, but it is sometimes very real.
My Contemporaries In Fiction David Christie Murray

Pietro Locatelli, a pupil of Corelli, introduced a style of playing quite in advance of his time.
The Violin George Hart

Miss Corelli is, at least, quite serious in the belief that she is a woman of genius.
My Contemporaries In Fiction David Christie Murray

Corelli issued his Sonatas in the same year that Purcell’s appeared.
Twelve Good Musicians Frederick Bridge

Like Hasse and Corelli, he had a veritable passion for beautiful pictures.
Handel Romain Rolland

noun
(Italian) (koˈrɛlli). Arcangelo (arˈkandʒelo). 1653–1713, Italian violinist and composer of sonatas and concerti grossi
Marie, real name Mary Mackay. 1854–1924, British novelist. Her melodramatic works include The Sorrows of Satan (1895) and The Murder of Delicia (1896)

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