Francesco DA Milano

Paul O'Dette - Intabolatvra Da Levto Del Divino Francesco Da Milano (LP/FLAC)

Paul O'Dette - Intabolatvra Da Levto Del Divino Francesco Da Milano (LP)
Vinyl | LOG | CUE | FLAC | Full LP Cover (1:1) | 247mb
Genre: Renaissance | Label: Astrée AS 101 | Release: 1986

Today one of my favorite LP: "Paul O'Dette - Francesco Da Milano". How do you say to Da Milano? Ah, yes! "Il Divino" and add played by "the divine" Paul O'Dette…

Quanta Belta - Francesco da Milano & Perino Fiorentino  

Posted by trackball at Oct. 16, 2008
Quanta Belta - Francesco da Milano & Perino Fiorentino

Quanta Belta - Francesco da Milano & Perino Fiorentino
Classical | APE, CUE | 1 CD, covers, Booklet | 203 Mb | RS
Date: Sep, 2006

Francesco Da Milano: Lute Works / Hopkinson Smith  

Posted by trackball at Jan. 28, 2009
 Francesco Da Milano: Lute Works / Hopkinson Smith

Francesco Da Milano: Lute Works / Hopkinson Smith
Classical | APE + CUE | 1 CD, Covers | 309 MB | TT: 68:10
CD date: Nov 18, 2008 | Naive

Raffaele Favero - Rafiullah. Via da Milano, tra i mujaheddin  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Anthias_31 at Sept. 5, 2016
Raffaele Favero - Rafiullah. Via da Milano, tra i mujaheddin

Raffaele Favero - Rafiullah. Via da Milano, tra i mujaheddin
Italian | Terre di Mezzo | 2002 | ISBN: 8889385529 | 147 pages | EPUB | 3 MB

Nell'ottobre del 1983, mentre i sovietici invadono l'Afghanistan, i mujaheddin seppelliscono Raffaele Favero con gli onori di un martire di guerra. Rafiullah, come Raffaele si firma nelle sue lettere giovanili, era lì per girare un documentario televisivo. Era partito da Milano, negli anni '70, per raggiungere l'India. Ma si è fermato in Afghanistan. Convertito all'Islam, progetta di costituire una comune, si ostina a piantare nel deserto decine di eucaliptus. Per vivere fa il contrabbandiere, l'attore, l'ingegnere edile, chiede soldi a casa. Impara a parlare il pashtun, diventa fratello e amico dei mujaheddin. In questo volume si ripercorre, attraverso le sue lettere alla famiglia, la storia di un uomo, dai giorni freak all'esperienza di padre.

BBC - Francesco's Mediterranean Voyage (2008)  Video

Posted by Tutorial at Dec. 5, 2016
BBC - Francesco's Mediterranean Voyage (2008)

BBC - Francesco's Mediterranean Voyage (2008)
HDTV | 1920 x 1080 | .MKV/AVC @ 9000 Kbps | 12x~29mn | 22.4 GB
Audio: English AC-3 192 Kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English
Genre: Documentary, Arts, Travel

Francesco’s Mediterranean Voyage is a BBC Television documentary series first aired in 2008. It follows Venetian architect Francesco da Mosto as he follows the historical trading route from Venice through the Adriatic Sea, Corinth Canal, Aegean Sea and the Dardanelles to Istanbul.

Francesco's Kitchen: An Intimate Guide to the Authentic Flavours of Venice  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Dec. 2, 2016
Francesco's Kitchen: An Intimate Guide to the Authentic Flavours of Venice

Francesco da Mosto, "Francesco's Kitchen: An Intimate Guide to the Authentic Flavours of Venice"
English | ISBN: 0091922283 | 2007 | EPUB | 320 pages | 15,7 MB

Matteo Scarabelli e Alberto Soana - Milano e dintorni in bicicletta  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Anthias_31 at Feb. 24, 2016
Matteo Scarabelli e Alberto Soana - Milano e dintorni in bicicletta

Matteo Scarabelli e Alberto Soana - Milano e dintorni in bicicletta
Italian | Ediciclo | 2015 | ISBN: 8865491531 | 187 pages | PDF | 250 MB

Le vie d'acqua di Milano sono una formidabile possibilità di fuga dalla metropoli: bastano pochi chilometri per ritrovarsi lontani dalle frenesie del traffico, al cospetto di ville superbe, castelli e antiche cascine. Ma anche le grandi aree verdi dell'hinterland riservano al ciclista spazi per pedalare in tranquillità lungo piste adatte a tutte le esigenze, comprese quelle delle famiglie con bambini piccoli. Scappare da Milano, comunque, non è obbligatorio: la città si sta trasformando e la mobilità sostenibile è una colonna portante di questo cambiamento. Con un po' di attenzione, e i consigli di questa guida e i suoi 20 itinerari ciclabili, la bicicletta può portare a scoprire, tra nuove architetture, tesori di storia e archeologia industriale, l'anima di una città complessa e dai mille volti.

BBC - Francesco's Venice - Part Four: Death  Video

Posted by tizahi at Aug. 13, 2009
BBC - Francesco's Venice -  Part Four: Death

BBC - Francesco's Venice - Part Four: Death
English | 56 minutes | 704x400 | DivX | MP3 - 128kbps | 758 MB

A breathtaking journey through the ages, telling the story of one of the world's most famous and beautiful cities. This lavish, landmark series explores how a place with no firm ground, no crops, no indigenous riches and no land army came to snatch success from the jaws of failure time and time again - right up to the present day. Step back in time to early Venice, recreated by the magic of CGI. See wooden houses on stilts replaced by the daring rebuild in stone and brick.
Witness the sacking of Constantinople and the Venice of Casanova, Napoleon, Byron and Mussolini. The stunning recreations and dramatisations in each episode are enriched by insights from charismatic aristocrat, architect and historian Francesco da Mosto. His family has lived in Venice for over a thousand years and, far from having that sinking feeling, he believes passionately in the future of this miraculous city…

Presented by Francesco da Mosta, architect, historian and filmmaker. Profiles the history and secrets of Venice from its establishment in the fifth century through the strong republican times to the modern day. Features dramatised re-enactments, a tour of the city and look at what the future could be for the city now that the sea levels are rising.

Part Four: Death
He moves towards the present day and the problems of the sinking city, for which he partly blames the tourist industry originally inspired by those such as Byron. Francesco was a young boy during the great flood of 1966 and he looks at ways the future of Venice can be safeguarded in the future.

BBC - Francesco's Venice - Part Three: Sex  Video

Posted by tizahi at Aug. 13, 2009
BBC - Francesco's Venice - Part Three: Sex

BBC - Francesco's Venice - Part Three: Sex
English | 56 minutes | 704x400 | DivX | MP3 - 128kbps | 758 MB

A breathtaking journey through the ages, telling the story of one of the world's most famous and beautiful cities. This lavish, landmark series explores how a place with no firm ground, no crops, no indigenous riches and no land army came to snatch success from the jaws of failure time and time again - right up to the present day. Step back in time to early Venice, recreated by the magic of CGI. See wooden houses on stilts replaced by the daring rebuild in stone and brick.
Witness the sacking of Constantinople and the Venice of Casanova, Napoleon, Byron and Mussolini. The stunning recreations and dramatisations in each episode are enriched by insights from charismatic aristocrat, architect and historian Francesco da Mosto. His family has lived in Venice for over a thousand years and, far from having that sinking feeling, he believes passionately in the future of this miraculous city…

Presented by Francesco da Mosta, architect, historian and filmmaker. Profiles the history and secrets of Venice from its establishment in the fifth century through the strong republican times to the modern day. Features dramatised re-enactments, a tour of the city and look at what the future could be for the city now that the sea levels are rising.

Part Three: Sex
He moves on to its most outrageous period of partying and licentiousness - the age of Casanova and the courtesan, when Venice was the red-light district of Europe and attracted rich and hopeful dandies from across the continent. But storm clouds lay on the horizon when Napoleon Bonaparte saw Venice as rich pickings with which to fund his revolution.

BBC - Francesco's Venice - Part Two: Beauty  Video

Posted by tizahi at Aug. 13, 2009
BBC - Francesco's Venice - Part Two: Beauty

BBC - Francesco's Venice - Part Two: Beauty
English | 56 minutes | 704x400 | DivX | MP3 - 128kbps | 758 MB

A breathtaking journey through the ages, telling the story of one of the world's most famous and beautiful cities. This lavish, landmark series explores how a place with no firm ground, no crops, no indigenous riches and no land army came to snatch success from the jaws of failure time and time again - right up to the present day. Step back in time to early Venice, recreated by the magic of CGI. See wooden houses on stilts replaced by the daring rebuild in stone and brick.
Witness the sacking of Constantinople and the Venice of Casanova, Napoleon, Byron and Mussolini. The stunning recreations and dramatisations in each episode are enriched by insights from charismatic aristocrat, architect and historian Francesco da Mosto. His family has lived in Venice for over a thousand years and, far from having that sinking feeling, he believes passionately in the future of this miraculous city…

Presented by Francesco da Mosta, architect, historian and filmmaker. Profiles the history and secrets of Venice from its establishment in the fifth century through the strong republican times to the modern day. Features dramatised re-enactments, a tour of the city and look at what the future could be for the city now that the sea levels are rising.

Part Two: Beauty
The golden age of architecture arrived and stone and marble palaces replaced wooden houses as artists like Titian and Palladio transformed the look and reputation of Venice. But a calamity lurked just around the corner - plague.