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Numerology information Bordone:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Songs about Bordone:
Suite No. 1 for Solo Cello, Op. 72: Canto Primo - Fuga - Lamento - Canto secondo - Serenata - Marcia - Canto terzo... by Frans Helmerson from the Album The 99 Most Essential Cello Masterpieces
Bordone Per Violino Alto by Ingo Höricht & Miachel Berger from the Album Graffiti Musicale
Bordones Granadimos by Sabicas & Escudero from the Album Flamenco In Hi-Fi
Britten: Suite for cello No.1, Op.72 - 5. Bordone: Moderato quasi recitativo by Matt Haimovitz from the Album The Twentieth-Century Cello
Britten: Suite for cello No.1, Op.72 - Bordone: Moderato quasi recitativo by Mstislav Rostropovich from the Album Mstislav Rostropovich - The Complete Decca Recordings
Cello Suite No 1, Opus 72 Canto Terzo: Sostenuto Bordone: Moderato Quasi Recitativo by Nikolaus Hanjophr-Popa from the Album Britten Suite for Cello Solo
Cello Suite No. 1 In G Major, Op. 72: VIII. Bordone, Moderato Quasi Recitativo by Antoine Pierlot from the Album Britten: Cello Suites Nos. 1, 2 & 3
Books about Bordone:
Les Mobilises de La Haute-Savoie. Reponse Au General Bordone (French Edition) by Berlioz-J (May 14, 2013)
Designing Systems and Processes for Managing Disputes (Aspen Coursebook Series) by Nancy H. Rogers, Robert C.... by Nancy H. Rogers (Mar 29, 2013)
Magnificat, Tone 2, Falso Bordone, for six voices. Edited by H. B. Collins. 1918. Lithographed by Henry Bird Collins
Luisa Bordone (Seconda serie curata dalle Edizioni Pantarei) by Luisa Bordone (1983)
Suoni di bordone: 1956-1958 by Bruno Dozzini (1960)
Magnificat. - Tone 3. - Falso-Bordone for six voices. (Auctoris incerti saeculi xvi.) Edited by H. B. Collins by Henry Bird Collins (1916)
Magnificat. - Tone 4. - Falso-Bordone for six voices. [Auctoris incerti.] Edited by H. B. Collins by Henry Bird Collins (1916)
Wiki information Bordone:
Paris Bordon was an Italian painter of the Venetian Renaissance who, despite training with Titian, maintained a strand of mannerist complexity and provincial vigor.
Benedetto Bordone was a manuscript editor, miniaturist and cartographer, he was born in Padua, then part of the Republic of Venice. His most famous work is the Isolario in which he describes all the islands of the known world with their folklore,...