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San Salvatore (other)
Salvatore may refer to:Contents1 People 2 Other 3 As a last name 4 See alsoPeople[edit] Salvatore Accardo
Salvatore Accardo
(born 1941), Italian violin virtuoso and conductor Salvatore Adamo
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Salvatore Accardo
Salvatore Accardo
Salvatore Accardo
(Italian pronunciation: [salvaˈtoːre akˈkardo]; born 26 September 1941 in Turin, northern Italy) is an Italian violinist and conductor, who is known for his interpretations of the works of Niccolò Paganini. Accardo studied violin in the southern Italian city of Naples
Naples
in the 1950s. He gave his first professional recital at the age of 13 performing Paganini's Capricci. In 1958 Accardo became the first prize winner of the Paganini Competition in Genoa. He has recorded Paganini's 24 Caprices (re-recorded in 1999) for solo violin and was the first violinist to record all six of the violin concerti by Paganini. He has an extensive discography of almost 50 recordings on Philips, DG, EMI, Sony Classical, Foné, Dynamic, and Warner-Fonit
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Dominic Salvatore Gentile
Dominic Salvatore "Don" Gentile (December 6, 1920 – January 28, 1951) was a World War II
World War II
USAAF
USAAF
pilot who surpassed Eddie Rickenbacker's World War I record of 26 downed aircraft.[2] He later served in the post-war U.S. Air Force. Biography[edit] Gentile was born in Piqua, Ohio,[3] the son of Italian immigrants[4] Patsy and Josephina Gentile, who immigrated in 1907.[5] After a fascination with flying as a child, his father provided him with his own plane, an Aerosport Biplane. He managed to log over 300 hours flying time by July 1941, when he attempted to join the Army Air Forces. The U.S. military required two years of college for its pilots, which Gentile did not have, so he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force and was posted to the UK in 1941. Gentile flew the Supermarine Spitfire Mark V with No. 133 Squadron, one of the famed "Eagle Squadron" during 1942
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Salvatore Montagna
Salvatore "Sal the Iron Worker" Montagna (1971 – November 24, 2011) was an acting boss of the Bonanno crime family
Bonanno crime family
in New York City
New York City
and the Sicilian faction-leader of the Bronx
Bronx
section. At the time of his death, he had been associated with the Rizzuto crime family of Montreal.Contents1 Early life 2 Sal the Iron Worker 3 Acting capo 4 Acting boss - The "Bambino Boss" 5 Montreal
Montreal
area activities 6 Death 7 In popular culture 8 References 9 External linksEarly life[edit] Montagna was born in Montreal, Quebec
Quebec
in 1971. He was raised in Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily. In the mid 1980s, at the age of 15 his family moved to the United States and settled in the Bronx, New York.[1] It is unclear when Montagna became active in the life of crime or when he became a made man in the Bonanno crime family
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Salvatore Pappalardo (composer)
Salvatore Pappalardo (1817–1884) was an Italian composer and conductor. Born in Catania, Pappalardo began his studies in his home city before entering the Palermo Conservatory where he studied under Pietro Raimondi. He worked as a music teacher and was a conductor at the opera house in Catania
Catania
until he moved to Naples in 1845 when he was made the court composer for Leopoldo di Borbone, the Count of Siracusa. He later worked as a teacher of music theory and composition in Naples. He died in Naples in 1884. Pappalardo's work as a composer was mainly directed towards composing operas and other music for the theatre. He composed eight operas: Francesca da Rimini (1844), Il corsaro (Naples, 1846), La figlia del Doge (Catania, 1855), L'atrabiliare (Naples, 1856), Mirinda (Naples, 1860), Gustavo Wasa (Naples, 1865), Le diavolesse (Naples, 1878), and Le due ambasciatrici (never performed). He also composed a significant amount of church music
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Salvatore Pincherle
Salvatore Pincherle
Salvatore Pincherle
(March 11, 1853 – July 10, 1936) was an Italian mathematician. He contributed significantly to (and arguably helped to found) the field of functional analysis, established the Italian Mathematical Union (Italian: "Unione Matematica Italiana"), and was president of the Third International Congress of Mathematicians. The Pincherle derivative is named after him. Pincherle was born into a Jewish family in Trieste
Trieste
(then part of the Austrian Littoral) and spent his childhood in Marseille, France. After completing his basic schooling in Marseille, he left in 1869 to study mathematics at the University of Pisa, where he was a student under both Enrico Betti
Enrico Betti
and Ulisse Dini
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Salvatore Quasimodo
Salvatore Quasimodo
Salvatore Quasimodo
(Italian: [salvaˈtoːre kwaˈziːmodo]; August 20, 1901 – June 14, 1968) was an Italian novelist and poet. In 1959 he won the Nobel Prize in Literature
Nobel Prize in Literature
"for his lyrical poetry, which with classical fire expresses the tragic experience of life in our own times".[1] Along with Giuseppe Ungaretti
Giuseppe Ungaretti
and Eugenio Montale, he is one of the foremost Italian poets of the 20th century.Contents1 Biography 2 Poetic language 3 References 4 External linksBiography[edit] Quasimodo was born in Modica, Sicily
Sicily
to Gaetano Quasimodo and Clotilde Ragusa. In 1908 his family moved to Messina, as his father had been sent there to help the population struck by a devastating earthquake. The impressions of the effects of natural forces would have a great impact on the young Quasimodo
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Salvatore Riina
Salvatore "Totò" Riina (Italian pronunciation: [salvaˈtoːre riːna]; 16 November 1930 in Corleone
Corleone
– 17 November 2017 in Parma), called Totò 'u Curtu (Sicilian: Totò the Short; Totò being the diminutive of "Salvatore"), was an Italian mobster and chief of the Sicilian Mafia, known for a ruthless murder campaign that reached a peak in the early 1990s when the assassinations of Antimafia Commission prosecutors Giovanni Falcone
Giovanni Falcone
and Paolo Borsellino
Paolo Borsellino
caused widespread public revulsion and led to a major crackdown by the authorities
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Sal Rinauro
Salvatore Rinauro[1] (born September 12, 1982)[1] is an American professional wrestler. He is best known for his work in Ring of Honor and Full Impact Pro
Full Impact Pro
in addition to being a member of The Embassy.Contents1 Career1.1 Ring of Honor 1.2 Full Impact Pro 1.3 Deep South Wrestling 1.4 Independent circuit2 Wrestling Road Diaries 3 In wrestling 4 Championships and accomplishments 5 References 6 External linksCareer[edit] Ring of Honor[edit] After honing his skills at NWA Wildside
NWA Wildside
as well as winning the promotion's Junior Heavyweight Championship, Rinauro debuted under the name "Mellow" as a member of Special
Special
K in Ring of Honor
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Salvatore Schillaci
Salvatore Schillaci
Salvatore Schillaci
(Italian pronunciation: [salvaˈtoːre skilˈlaːtʃi]; born 1 December 1964), commonly referred to by his nickname Totò,[2] is an Italian former footballer, who played as a striker. During his club career, he played for Messina (1982–1989), Juventus (1989–1992), Internazionale (1992–1994) and Júbilo Iwata (1994–1997).[3] At international level he was the surprise star of the 1990 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup, as he helped Italy
Italy
to a third-place finish on home soil
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Salvatore Sirigu
Salvatore Sirigu
Salvatore Sirigu
(Italian pronunciation: [salvaˈtoːre ˈsiːriɡu]; Sardinian: [saɾβaˈðɔɾe ˈziɾiɣu]) born 12 January 1987) is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Torino and the Italy
Italy
national team. He began his career with Venezia, and then Palermo. In 2011, he moved to Paris Saint-Germain. Twice voted the Ligue 1
Ligue 1
Goalkeeper of the Year, his honours at the club include four consecutive league titles, and all four domestic competitions in both the 2014–15 and 2015–16 seasons
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Salvatore Vasapolli
Salvatore Marchesi-Vasapolli (born 1955) is a nationally acclaimed artist best known for his art photographic prints of the American landscape. Vasapolli photographed the large format photographic book, Montana with text written by Montana's ex-congressman, John Patrick Williams, published by Graphic Arts Center, Portland, Oregon. The book depicts the state's people, natural, historical and city landscapes. The book won both the 2004 North American and World SAPPI publishing Gold Awards. In 2008, his second book, Montana: Portrait of a State, was released. Vasapolli also produces several state and national park calendars on subjects such as Montana, New Jersey, and Yellowstone National Park. His photographs hang or have been hung in private collections, corporations, galleries and museums coast to coast.[1] Mr. Vasapolli has also receive 7 ADDY awards advertising's highest honor
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Salvatore Viganò
Salvatore Viganò (March 25, 1769 – August 10, 1821), was an Italian choreographer, dancer and composer.[1] Viganò was born in Naples. He studied composition with Luigi Boccherini (his uncle) and by the mid-1780s was composing original music. In 1788, he appeared as a dancer on the stage in Venice. He performed in the coronation festivities of Charles IV of Spain
Charles IV of Spain
in 1789. He became a pupil of the French dancer and choreographer Jean Dauberval. In 1791, he and his wife achieved success as a dancing team in Venice, where he choreographed his first ballet, Raoul de Créqui. He was ballet master in Vienna and collaborated with Beethoven on the ballet The Creatures of Prometheus. He returned to Italy in 1804 and became the ballet master of La Scala ballet school in Milan. He is considered the father of a new kind of performance called "coreodramma[ru]" where the pantomime served the dance and the ensembles were very significant
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John Romita Jr.
John Salvatore Romita[1] professionally known as John Romita Jr. (/rəˈmiːtə/; born August 17, 1956)[2] is an American comics artist best known for his extensive work for Marvel Comics
Marvel Comics
from the 1970s to the 2010s.Contents1 Early life 2 Career2.1 Influences and techniques3 Awards 4 Bibliography4.1 DC Comics 4.2 Marvel Comics4.2.1 Icon Comics 4.2.2 Marvel Comics/DC Comics4.3 Image Comics5 References 6 Further reading 7 External linksEarly life[edit]
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Eddie Lang
Eddie Lang
Eddie Lang
(October 25, 1902 – March 26, 1933) is known as the father of jazz guitar.[1] During the 1920s, he gave the guitar a prominence it previously lacked as a solo instrument, as part of a band or orchestra, and as accompaniment for vocalists.[2] He recorded duets with guitarists Lonnie Johnson and Carl Kress, with jazz violinist Joe Venuti, and played rhythm guitar in the big bands of Paul Whiteman
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San Salvatore (other)
San Salvatore may refer to:Contents1 Places 2 Buildings 3 Other uses 4 See alsoPlaces[edit] San Salvatore di Fitalia, Province of Messina, Italy San Salvatore Monferrato, Province of Alessandria, Italy San Salvatore Telesino, Province of Benevento, Italy Abbadia San Salvatore, Province of Siena, ItalyBuildings[edit]San Salvatore, Brescia, Lombard monastery church and a UNESCO World Cultural H
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