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  • 141Concert in the Egg — Artist (follower of) Hieronymus Bosch Year ca.1561 Type oil on canvas Dimensions 108 cm × 126.5 cm (43 in × 49.8 in) Location …

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  • 142concert pitch — n. Music 1. a pitch, slightly higher than the usual pitch, to which concert instruments are sometimes tuned to achieve an increased brilliance of quality 2. the standard pitch to which instruments are tuned and voices are pitched so as to be… …

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  • 143Concert Artist Recordings — Concert Artist/Fidelio Recordings is a British classical music record label, situated in Royston, Hertfordshire, England, and owned and operated by William Barrington Coupe. It is best known for selling unauthorized copies of commercial… …

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  • 144concert of action rule — n. In criminal law, the doctrine that two or more parties who agree to commit a particular crime cannot be prosecuted for conspiracy or concerted action if the agreed upon crime can be committed only by the exact number of parties involved.… …

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  • 145Concert de danse — ● Concert de danse représentation publique d un programme chorégraphique élaboré pour cette occasion et donné par des danseurs réunis spécialement pour cette prestation …

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  • 146Concert spirituel — ● Concert spirituel audition de musique sacrée, généralement donnée dans un sanctuaire …

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  • 147concert hall — n a large public building where concerts are performed …

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  • 148concert hall — concert ,hall noun count a large building where people go to listen to concerts …

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  • 149concert performance — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a performance of a piece of music written for an opera or ballet without the accompanying dramatic action …

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  • 150Concert band — A concert band The Eau Claire Municipal Band s outdoor concert series is a multi dime …

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  • 151Concert Hall (Boston, Massachusetts) — Artist s rendering of Concert Hall as it appeared in the mid 19th century The Concert Hall (1752–1869) was a performance and meeting space in Boston, Massachusetts, located at Hanover Street and Queen Street. Meetings, dinners, concerts, and… …

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  • 152Concert Spirituel — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Concert spirituel (homonymie). Le Concert Spirituel est le nom d une organisation de concerts qui a existé à Paris de 1725 à 1791. Si le Concert Spirituel a été marquant dans la tradition du monde musical, l… …

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  • 153Concert pour la tolérance — Les concerts pour la tolérance sont des concerts organisés par des chaînes de télévision et des promoteurs de régions touristiques pour faire passer un « message de respect de l autre et des différences, pour la paix, la tolérance, la… …

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  • 154Concert of Europe — Prince Metternich, an influential leader in the Concert of Europe The Concert of Europe (Russian: Система Европейского концерта, Sistema Evropejskovo koncerta), also known as the Congress System after the Congress of Vienna, was the balance of… …

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  • 155Concert Fantasia (Tchaikovsky) — The Concert Fantasia in G, Op. 56, for piano and orchestra, was written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky between June and October 1884. It was premiered in Moscow on 6 March [O.S. 22 February] 1885, with Sergei Taneyev as soloist and Max… …

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  • 156Concert Spirituel (ensemble musical) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Concert spirituel (homonymie). Le Concert spirituel est un ensemble français spécialisé dans l interprétation de la musique baroque sur instruments anciens. Sommaire 1 Historique 2 …

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  • 157Concert for George — This article is about the concert. For the album, see Concert for George (album). For the film, see Concert for George (film). The Concert for George was held at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 29 November 2002 as a memorial to George Harrison …

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  • 158Concert Spirituel — Tuileries Palace. The Concert Spirituel took place on the second floor of the central pavilion. The Concert Spirituel was one of the first public concert series in existence. The concerts began in Paris in 1725 and ended in 1790; later, concerts… …

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  • 159Concert film — A concert movie, or concert film, is a type of documentary film, the subject of which is an extended live performance or concert by a musician (or, more recently, by a comedian). Typically, concert films have simple, descriptive names such as… …

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  • 160Concert dance — Ballet dancers executing grand jetes during a concert dance performance. Concert dance (also known as performance dance or theatre dance in the United Kingdom) is dance performed for an audience. It is frequently performed in a theatre setting,… …

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