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  • The father of their charge was one of those Italians nursed in the memory of the antique glory of Italy, — one among the schiavi ognor frementi, who exerted himself to obtain the liberty of his country.

    Chapter 1

  • Italians nursed in the memory of the antique glory of Italy — one among the schiavi ognor frementi, who exerted himself to obtain the liberty of his country.

    Frankenstein

  • Elvira ( "Star teco ognor"); and an adagio, sung by Arthur in the finale ( "Ella è tremante").

    The Standard Operas (12th edition) Their Plots, Their Music, and Their Composers

  • The father of their charge was one of those Italians nursed in the memory of the antique glory of Italy -- one among the schiavi ognor frementi, who exerted himself to obtain the liberty of his country.

    Frankenstein

  • The father of their charge was one of those Italians nursed in the memory of the antique glory of Italy -- one among the schiavi ognor frementi, who exerted himself to obtain the liberty of his country.

    Frankenstein

  • When Marcel is called upon, he hurriedly chants the hymn, "O tu che ognor," set to the Martin Luther air, "Ein feste

    The Standard Operas (12th edition) Their Plots, Their Music, and Their Composers

  • Parlo, ma poidimando Pieta de 'detti miei j Parlo, ma fol tu (ei h* arbitra ognor di me» xm.

    Translations Chiefly from the Italian of Petrarch and Metastasio..

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