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surprise of Cremona.

Edith Templeton

surprise of Cremona.

by Edith Templeton

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Published by Eyre & Spottiswoode in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy
    • Subjects:
    • Italy -- Description and travel.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG601 .T4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination295 p.
      Number of Pages295
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6166797M
      LC Control Number54040791
      OCLC/WorldCa2130127

      A guide to&#;achieving superb close-up images and going beyond macro and into the realms of the micro-worldThis practical book explains what is meant by macro photography and how to get even closer to your subject: not just a close-up of a butterfly, but details of the eye. Museo del Violino. Cremonabooks is a publishing house and bookstore specialized in books about violin making and Cremonese art and culture. The bookstore is located inside the beautiful building Palazzo dell'Arte as the bookshop of the Museum of Violin of Cremona that's why Cremonabooks is a point of reference for tourists but also for students, professionals and enthusiasts of music and.

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It is not the only surprise encountered by Edith Templeton in her trave3ls around North Italy. For Mrs. Templeton has an eye and an ear for the3 bizarre and the beautiful.

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I am seduced by Edith Templeton, or at least by her amazing The Surprise of Cremona which I secured from ebay Australia, in local bookshops I guess because it was a Readers Book Club selection in A racy selection at the time. I value this book because it is fun and intelligent, but especially because its sharpness offers points of irreverent entry into the mythologies of Italy.

Over the next several decades she published a number of novels as well as a travel book, The Surprise of Cremona. Edith Templeton left England in to live in India with her second husband, a cardiologist and the physician to the King of Nepal. Buy The Surprise Of Cremona.

by Templeton E. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. In her book “The Surprise of Cremona,” Edith Templeton calls the city a “strange provincial town” (and, oddly, does not mention a word about violins). This incidente became known as "the Surprise of Cremona".

The General became the laughing-stock of the whole of Europe, and innumerable pictures were drawn, lampoons and songs were composed, and mock-heroic epics were written to commemorate the episode.

"This is the true 'Surprise of Cremona'," says the professor; "mark it well. The Surprise of Cremona by Templeton, Edith and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Create an account or log into Facebook.

Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. Lack of funds and supplies from Vienna meant Eugene had to improvise; since campaigning in the winter months was not usually done, he hoped to take the French by surprise.

Battle [ edit ] Eugene had a contact inside Cremona, a priest named Cuzzoli; on the night of 31 Januaryhe admitted a party of Imperial grenadiers by means of a hidden. This book is from the American Girls series (you can buy books that accompany the dolls).

For what feels like a marketing ploy, this is a remarkably good book, best for girls ages or thereabout. Kit is a likable, hard-working character who is a good role model, and the story is charming (but short - 4/5(55). Il Violino: A pleasant surprise - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Cremona, Italy, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews.

New investigation results about the most famous Antonio Stradivari violin available in a new publication edited by the Museo del Violino of Cremona. TABLE OF CONTENTS The life of a masterpiece CHARLES BEARE A controversial history and a research opportunity RENATO MEUCCI Stradivaris’s concept CARLO CHIESA - JOHN DILWORTH.

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Edith Templeton’s “The Surprise of Cremona” — about a trip that the author took through northern Italy, alone, in the early ’50s — is probably my favorite book by a non-Italian about.