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Definition funny of Drigo:
1. 1337-ly done deed or person 2. Used to describe a "hella tight" situation. 3. v. to drigown means to surpass the status of ownage and pwnage, and describes highly stimulating emotion, whether derogative or positive.
Dude my computer so mofoin' drigowns your computer, fo' sheezy.
Songs about Drigo:
Drigo: Le Corsaire - Arr. John Lanchberry - Pas de deux by English Chamber Orchestra from the Album Ballet Masterpieces
Drigo's Serenade by The Venetian Festival Orchestra Claudio D'Angelo from the Album Mama Mia: Greatest Italian Folk Songs
Serenade - Drigo by 101 Strings from the Album World Greatest Melodies
Drigo Serenade by Pacific Ochestra, Shanghai Ochestra Central Ochestra from the Album Light Foreign Music 1
Drigo Serenade - from Les Millions d'Arlequin: Drigo by vn Anton Nel, pf Mela Tenenbaum from the Album Tea Time
Battements Tendus 2/4 Riccardo Drigo 8x8 by Elena Baliakhova from the Album Ballet class music v.3 Advanced
Drigo: Diana and Actaeon - Arr. Peter March - Pas de deux by English Chamber Orchestra from the Album Ballet Masterpieces
Books about Drigo:
Maria Zef di Paola Drigo (Italian Edition) by Paola Drigo (Oct 5, 2011)
Drigo roman d'Estérel by Frédéric GAGLIOLO (1957)
DRIGO'S SERENADE Richard Drigo Arranged by Lennie Niehaus Adapted by Mary Hall for All Organs by RICHARD DRIGO (1966)
Dennis Damon: as good as it gets: devoted to bettering the wider community, this Maine Senator lives up to the... by Teresa Myers (Aug 1, 2005)
Codino di Paola Drigo (Italian Edition) by Paola Drigo (Oct 9, 2011)
La Fortuna di Paola Drigo (Italian Edition) by Paola Drigo (Oct 10, 2011)
Fine d'anno di Paola Drigo (Italian Edition) by Paola Drigo (Oct 10, 2011)
Wiki information Drigo:
Riccardo Eugenio Drigo, was an Italian composer of ballet music and Italian opera, a theatrical conductor, and a pianist. Drigo is most noted for his long career as kapellmeister and Director of Music of the Imperial Ballet of St. Petersburg, Russia,...
Paola Drigo was an Italian writer of short stories, novellas, and novels. Her first collection of short stories, La fortuna, was published in 1913 and brought her to the attention of literary critics and the public alike. Her last major works were...