Brunetti

Donna Leon – Brunetti entre les lignes  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by marcos02 at March 24, 2016
Donna Leon – Brunetti entre les lignes

Donna Leon – Brunetti entre les lignes
Calmann-Lévy (17 février 2016) | ISBN: 2702157173 | French | EPUB | 306 pages | 393.5 KB
Brunetti's Venice: Walks with the City's Best-Loved Detective (repost)

Toni Sepeda, "Brunetti's Venice: Walks with the City's Best-Loved Detective"
ISBN: 0802144373 | 2009 | EPUB | 256 pages | 9 MB
Brunetti's Venice: Walks with the City's Best-Loved Detective

Toni Sepeda, "Brunetti's Venice: Walks with the City's Best-Loved Detective"
ISBN: 0802144373 | 2009 | EPUB | 256 pages | 9 MB

Brunetti's Cookbook  

Posted by tarantoga at July 4, 2014
Brunetti's Cookbook

Donna Leon, Roberta Pianaro, "Brunetti's Cookbook"
ISBN: 0802119476 | 2009 | EPUB | 288 pages | 6 MB

By its Cover: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery by Donna Leon  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by futon2009 at April 24, 2014
By its Cover: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery by Donna Leon

By its Cover: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery by Donna Leon
Atlantic Monthly | 2014 | ISBN: 0802122647 | 288 pages | EPUB | 3 MB

Donna Leon’s critically acclaimed, internationally bestselling Commissario Guido Brunetti series has attracted readers the world over with the beauty of its setting, the humanity of its characters, and its fearlessness in exploring politics, morality, and contemporary Italian culture. In the pages of Leon’s novels, the beloved conversations of the Brunetti family have drawn on topics of art and literature, but books are at the heart of this novel in a way they never have been before.
B. Brunetti, A. Belli, S. Schiller, "So nah, so fern"

B. Brunetti, A. Belli, S. Schiller, "So nah, so fern"
Publisher: ELI | 2002 | ISBN: 8881488108 | German | PDF+MP3 | 55 pages | 21.56+32.7 Mb

Appealing stories relating to teenage life engage and motivate young students to read for pleasure in German. …

Donna Leon - Commissario Brunetti Series 1-22  

Posted by angus77 at July 9, 2013
Donna Leon - Commissario Brunetti Series 1-22

Donna Leon - Commissario Brunetti Series 1-22
English | ePUB | MOBi | Large Books Collection | 14 MB
Genre: Crime/Mystery | Release Date: 1992-2013
Drawing Conclusions: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery (Audiobook)

Drawing Conclusions: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery (Audiobook) By Donna Leon, read by David Colacci
Publisher: Au..dio..GO; Unabridged edition 2011 | 9 hours and 19 mins | ISBN: 1609982096 | MP3 | 307 MB
Donna Leon - Drawing Conclusions (Commissario Guido Brunetti Mysteries)

Donna Leon - Drawing Conclusions (Commissario Guido Brunetti Mysteries)
Publisher: Random House | ISBN: 1446457795 | 2011 | EPUB | 256 pages | 1 Mb

When Anna Maria Giusti returns from holiday to find her elderly neighbour Constanza Altavilla dead, with blood on the floor near her head, she immediately alerts the police. Commissario Brunetti is called to the scene and it seems the woman has suffered a fatal heart attack. Patta, the Vice-Questore, is eager to dismiss the case as a death from natural causes, but Brunetti believes that there is more to it. It soon transpires that there are some faint bruises around her neck and shoulders, indicating she may have been shaken. Could this have caused a heart attack? Was someone threatening her?
Brunetti Giovanni Gualberto (1706-1787) - Stabat Mater

Brunetti Giovanni Gualberto - Stabat Mater (Ensemble Turicum)
Classical | EAC | Ape(Image)+Cue, Log, Scans | TT:48’13 | 216.49 MB
Released: 2005 | Label: PAN Classics

Giovanni Gualberto Brunetti (1706 - 1787) lived a large part of his life in Pisa, Italy, where he was director of music of the cathedral. Though he composed operas as well as other works he composed mainly for the church. According to the musicologist Paolo Peretti his Stabat Mater was more or less copied , in 1825, by Antonio Brunetti, probably a nephew of his, who changed some things, replaced three sections by his own and sold it as his own work: "Stabat Mater all'imitazione del'esimio Sig.Pergolesi". From this we might conclude that in fact Giovanni Gualberto himself had already made an imitation of Pergolesi's. Especially the first four parts have indeed a strong resemblance. Nevertheless, though Giovanni took Pergolesi's as an example, his contribution to the music is such, that it surely can be regarded as a work of his own. In this respect it is interesting too, to notice that he used a different text than Pergolesi.