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Acisclo Antonio Palomino de Castro y Velasco (1655—1726)

Agapida, Fray Antonio

Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta (1745—1827) Italian physicist

Ambrogio Antonio Cattaneo (1927—2003) animator

Antonio (1922—1996)


Antonio (b. 1973)

Antonio Abati (c. 1600—1667)

Antonio Abbondanti (c. 1600—1641)

Antonio Abondio (1538—1591)

Antonio and Mellida

Antonio and Rosario

Antonio Asprucci (1723—1808)

Antonio Baglioni

Antonio Baldi (fl. 1722—1735)

Antonio Baldini (1889—1962)

Antonio Banfi (1886—1957)

Antonio Baratella (1358—1448)

Antonio Barili (1453—1516)

Antonio Barros de Castro

Antonio Barroso

Antonio Bazzini (1818—1897)

Antonio Beccadelli (1394—1471)

Antonio Beltramelli (1879—1930)

Antonio Bergnes de las Casas (1801—1879)

Antonio Bettino (1650—1680)

Antonio Bibalo (b. 1922)

Antonio Blado

Antonio Bonciani (c. 1417—1469)


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1 (Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro). The Almavivas’ gardener, father of Barbarina and uncle of Susanna. He sees Cherubino escape from the Countess's bedroom by jumping through the window. Created (1786) by Francesco Bussani (who also created Bartolo; his wife created Cherubino).

2 (Donizetti: Linda di Chamounix). Bar. A poor tenant farmer, husband of Maddalena and father of Linda. He follows his daughter to Paris where he thinks (wrongly) that she is living as the mistress of Carlo. However she returns to the family home and Carlo follows her and they are married. Created (1842) by Felice Varesi.

Subjects: Opera.

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