Cherubini (17601842)

Cherubini, a celebrated musical composer, born at Florence; naturalised in France; settled in Paris, the scene of his greatest triumphs; composed operas, of which the chief were “Iphigenia in Aulis,” and “Les deux Journeés; or, The Water-Carrier,” his masterpiece; also a number of sacred pieces and requiems, all of the highest merit; there is a portrait of him by Ingres (1842) in the Louvre, representing the Muse of his art extending her protecting hand over his head (17601842).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cherubim * Chéruel, Adolphe
Cherbuliez, Victor
Cher`ibon
Cherith
Cherokees
Cherone`a
Cherra Punji
Chersone`sus
Chertsey
Cherubim
Cherubim
Cherubini
Chéruel, Adolphe
Cherusci
Chesapeake Bay
Cheselden, William
Cheshire
Cheshunt
Chesil Beach
Chesney, C. Cornwallis
Chesney, Francis Rawdon
Chester

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