Mussenden Temple & Downhill House, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland
Papa Tango Charly
Andreas Scholl - Largo di Handel - Ombra mai fu - Aria da Xerxes, HWV 40
SOLE E AMORE (G.Puccini) - Fabiola Formiga e Veronica Pucci
Placido Columbani was an Italian architectural designer who worked chiefly in England in the latter part of the 18th century. He belonged to the school of the Adams and Pergolesi, and like them frequently designed the enrichments of furniture. He was a prolific producer of chimney-pieces, which are often mistaken for Adam work, of moulded friezes, and painted plaques for cabinets and the like.