Book: Peter Blackman, Patricia Rucidlo, Jonathan Willcocks «Florence&Tuscany: With Assisi&the Best of Umbria»

Florence&Tuscany: With Assisi&the Best of Umbria

Серия: "Fodor's Travel"

Florence and Tuscany are some of the picturesque, romantic destinations in Italy and travelers return again and again to this region. This fully updated, full-color guide makes it a snap to plan an unforgettable trip. NEW THIS EDITION This new, updated edition includes top new restaurant and hotel recommendations for all of Florence, Tuscany, and Umbria, as well as all the best classic spots. ILLUSTRATED FEATURES: Illustrated full-color features on Renaissance Art, Florence's unforgettable Duomo and Santa Croce, hiking in the Cinque Terre, Siena's Piazza del Campo, Assisi's Basilica di San Francesco, and regional wine and food help travelers quickly focus on the best these regions have to offer. ESSENTIAL TRIP-PLANNING TOOLS This edition of Fodor's Florence and Tuscany has features on top attractions and top experiences, as well as best bets charts for Florence restaurants and hotels, easy-to-read color regional and city maps, and tips on regional food and wine, to make it easy to get...

Издательство: "Bantam" (2014)

ISBN: 978-0-8041-4211-3, 0804142114

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Jonathan Willcocks

Jonathan Willcocks, son of Sir David Willcocks, is an English composer. He has been the director of the Junior Academy, Royal Academy of Music in London since 1989 as well as the conductor and musical director of the Portsmouth Choral Union and Chichester Singers, and of the professional chamber orchestra Southern Pro Musica.

Works

*"A Great and Glorious Victory" for tenor solo, chorus and orchestra (3 trumpets, timpani, percussion, organ and strings). This work was commissioned by the Portsmouth Choral Union to mark the bicentenary of the Battle of Trafalgar in October 2005, and has since been performed by the Epsom Choral Society in November 2006 under the baton of Robin Kimber.

External links

* [http://www.jonathanwillcocks.com/ Home Page]
* [http://www.ram.ac.uk/juniors/ Royal Academy of Music, Junior Academy]

Источник: Jonathan Willcocks

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