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 Improvis’ators.In Cæna Dom’ini. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Improvis’atrix or Improvisatrice.
 
The most famous improvisatrices or female improvisators are:   1
       
MARIA MAGDALE’NA MORELLI FERNANDEZ, surnamed the Olympic Corilla, crowned at Rome for improvisation (1740–1800).
TERE’SA BANDETTI’NI (1763-*).
ROSA TADDEI (1801-*)
SIGNORA MAZZEI, the most talented of all.
NUR JEHAN, of Bengal (d. 1645). She was the inventor of the Otto of Roses.
ANNA LOUISA KARCHIN, a German (1722–1791.)
 


 Improvis’ators.In Cæna Dom’ini. 

 
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