Definitions

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  • adj. Relating to Ferrara in Italy.
  • n. A citizen of Ferrara in Italy.

Etymologies

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Italian ferrarese

Examples

  • The only advantages I had enjoyed there were the society of Cardinal Salviati and the Cardinal of Ravenna, and the friendship of some ingenious musicians; [4] no one else had been to me of any good: for the Ferrarese are a very avaricious people, greedy of their neighbours money, however they may lay their hands on it; they are all the same in this respect.

    The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

  • The only advantages I had enjoyed there were the society of Cardinal Salviati and the Cardinal of Ravenna, and the friendship of some ingenious musicians; 4 no one else had been to me of any good: for the Ferrarese are a very avaricious people, greedy of their neighbours’ money, however they may lay their hands on it; they are all the same in this respect.

    VIII

  • Ravenna, and the friendship of some ingenious musicians; [4] no one else had been to me of any good: for the Ferrarese are a very avaricious people, greedy of their neighbours’ money, however they may lay their hands on it; they are all the same in this respect.

    Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

  • Francesco di Bosio Zaganelli b. 1470/80 - 1532 also called Francesco da Cotignola studied Ferrarese painting

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Both were much influenced by the Ferrarese painter Erocole de' Roberti and the Bolognese painter Lorenzo Costa.

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  • Note also his Ferrarese training in the almost miniaturist detail of the folds of the clothes.

    The Ascension of Christ

  • On 8 June 1503 the Ferrarese ambassador to the court of Louis XII wrote to Duke Ercole I that he was sending, as promised, a mass by ‘Prioris, suo i.e., the king's maystro de capella’.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • The most problematic source is the Ferrarese manuscript I-Rc 2856, in which nine pieces are ascribed to Hayne.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Wert also contributed to Il Lauro secco (1582) and Il Lauro verde (1583), collections of madrigals, mostly by Ferrarese composers, assembled in honour of Laura Peverara, another member of the ensemble.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • After the marriage of Duke Guglielmo's daughter, Margherita Gonzaga, to Duke Alfonso in 1579, the ties between the Mantuan and Ferrarese courts were strengthened even further.

    Archive 2009-06-01

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