Definition of Lucrezia borgia
1. Noun. Italian noblewoman and patron of the arts (1480-1519).
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Literary usage of Lucrezia borgia
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1. Modern Music and Musicians by Louis Charles Elson (1918)
"lucrezia borgia Tragic Opera in three acts by Gaetano Donizetti. Text by Romani after Victor Hugo's drama. Lucrezia, wife of Don Alfonso, Duke of Ferrara, ..."
2. The Victor Book of the Opera: Stories of Seventy Grand Operas with Three by Victor Talking Machine Company (1912)
"Produced in New York at the Astor Place Opera House, 1847. Characters LUCREZIA BORGIA Soprano MAFFIO ORSINI (Mat'-fa-oh (>-**'-«*) Contralto GENNARO. ..."
3. The Victor Book of the Opera: Stories of One Hundred Operas with Five by Samuel Holland Rous, Victor Talking Machine Company (1913)
"Produced York i : at the Astor Place Opera House, 1847, and in 1854 with Maria Grisi. lucrezia borgia Characters MAFFIO ORSINI (M,I/Vee-°A Or-t*'-nee) ..."