[ah-meel-kah-re] /ɑˈmil kɑ rɛ/ (show ipa), 1834–86, italian composer.
for composition he was put, shortly after his entrance, with ponchielli, the composer of la gioconda.
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of them all ponchielli owed him most; his best opera is la gioconda.
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morning after the bazaar dance when may’s band played ponchielli’s dance of the hours.
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these two, who may be linked up with reason with boto and ponchielli, present many features of resemblance.
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he studied under ponchielli at the conservatory in his native city.
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in front of it is a statue of the composer amilcare ponchielli, who was a native of cremona.
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at the rival house ponchielli’s la gioconda attracted a large but not a crowded audience on the opening night.
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ponchielli’s opera overflows with melody of a rather commonplace description.
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