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  • 141František Tůma — František Ignác Antonín Tůma (Kostelec nad Orlicí, Bohemia,October 2, 1704 ndash; d Vienna, January 30, 1774) was an important Czech composer of the Baroque era. Born in Kostelec nad Orlici, Bohemia, he lived the greater part of his life in… …

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  • 142Mandora — This article is about the musical instrument. For other uses of the word, see mandora (disambiguation). A Ukrainian Cossack with a Mandora, c.1750 A mandora is a type of lute. The terms referred to different instruments at different periods in… …

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  • 143List of compositions by Karol Szymanowski — Chronological list of all finished compositionsPos.*Opus No.TitleLength/InfoGenreYear of creation1op.1Nine Preludes for piano15 piano1899/19001a Prelude in C sharp minor3 piano19012 …

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  • 144Michael Blake (composer) — Michael Blake (b. 1951 in Cape Town) is a South African contemporary classical music composer. The composer studied at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and lectured at Goldsmiths College, University of London. He returned to… …

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  • 145La resurrezione — Resurrezione redirects here. For films of this name, see Resurrection (film). George Frideric Handel …

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  • 146Desmond Dupré — (19 December 1916, London 16 August 1974, Tonbridge, Kent) was an English lutenist and a prominent figure in the 20th century revival of early music. He was known particularly for his recordings on lute and viola da gamba, notably with counter… …

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  • 147Anna Shuttleworth — (born 1927) is a cellist from the United Kingdom. She studied cello with Ivor James and Harvey Phillips at the Royal College of Music and later became a professor at the same college. Her pupils have included Alexander Baillie, Natalie Clein and… …

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  • 148The Rape of Lucretia — Werkdaten Titel: Der Raub/Die Schändung der Lukrezia Originaltitel: The Rape of Lucrezia Originalsprache: englisch Musik: Benjamin Britten …

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  • 14918 mars — Éphémérides Mars 1er 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 …

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  • 150Alfred Deller — Naissance 31 mai 1912 Margate, Angleterre  Royaume Uni Pays d’origine …

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  • 151Victor Hugo — Pour l homme politique portugais, voir Victor Hugo de Azevedo Coutinho. Pour les autres homonymes et noms donnés en l honneur de l écrivain français, voir Victor Hugo (homonymie) …

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  • 152Viola (guitare) — Violão Sommaire 1 Violão 1.1 Lutherie 1.2 Jeu 2 Viola 2.1 Lutherie …

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  • 153Viola caipira — Violão Sommaire 1 Violão 1.1 Lutherie 1.2 Jeu 2 Viola 2.1 Lutherie …

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  • 154Viola de cocho — Violão Sommaire 1 Violão 1.1 Lutherie 1.2 Jeu 2 Viola 2.1 Lutherie …

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  • 155Viola sertaneja — Violão Sommaire 1 Violão 1.1 Lutherie 1.2 Jeu 2 Viola 2.1 Lutherie …

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  • 156Violao — Violão Sommaire 1 Violão 1.1 Lutherie 1.2 Jeu 2 Viola 2.1 Lutherie …

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  • 157violad'amore — viola d a·mo·re (dä môrʹā, mōrʹā, môrʹē, mōrʹē) n. A stringed instrument, the tenor of the violin family, having six or seven stopped strings and an equal number of sympathetic strings.   [Italian : viola, viol + da, of + amore, love.] * * * …

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  • 158chamber music — music suited for performance in a room or a small concert hall, esp. for two or more, but usually fewer than ten, solo instruments. [1780 90] * * * Music composed for small instrumental ensembles and performed without a conductor. Traditionally… …

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  • 159Bream, Julian — ▪ British musician in full  Julian Alexander Bream  born July 15, 1933, London    internationally celebrated English guitarist and lutenist who inspired new interest in the music of the Renaissance lute.       After studying with his father and… …

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  • 160musical performance — Introduction       step in the musical process during which musical ideas are realized and transmitted to a listener. In Western music, performance is most commonly viewed as an interpretive art, though it is not always merely that. A performer… …

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