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  • 161Liszt, Franz — Hungarian Ferenc Liszt born Oct. 22, 1811, Raiding, Hung. died July 31, 1886, Bayreuth, Ger. Hungarian composer and pianist. Encouraged by his father, who was a talented amateur musician, Liszt developed an early interest in music and began… …

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  • 162Pedrell, Felipe — born Feb. 19, 1841, Tortosa, Spain died Aug. 19, 1922, Barcelona Spanish musicologist and composer. He was largely self taught as a musician. A scholarship for study in Rome exposed him to the great past of Spanish music preserved in archives… …

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  • 163Beaumont, Sir John, 1st Baronet — ▪ English author born 1583, Grace Dieu?, Leicestershire, Eng. died April 1627, London?       English poet whose work helped to establish the heroic couplet as a dominant verse form. His most important works are The Metamorphosis of Tobacco (1602) …

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  • 164Pepusch, John Christopher — ▪ German composer German  Johann Christoph Pepusch  born 1667, Berlin [Germany] died July 20, 1752, London, Eng.       composer who was an important musical figure in England when George Frideric Handel was active there.       After studying… …

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  • 165Schubert, Franz — ▪ Austrian composer Introduction in full  Franz Peter Schubert  born , Jan. 31, 1797, Himmelpfortgrund, near Vienna died Nov. 19, 1828, Vienna  Austrian composer who bridged the worlds of Classical and Romantic music, noted for the melody and… …

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  • 166Shostakovich, Dmitry — ▪ Russian composer Introduction in full  Dmitry Dmitriyevich Shostakovich  born Sept. 12 [Sept. 25, New Style], 1906, St. Petersburg, Russia died Aug. 9, 1975, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.  Russian composer, renowned particularly for his 15… …

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  • 167Spanish literature — Introduction       the body of literary works produced in Spain. Such works fall into three major language divisions: Castilian, Catalan, and Galician. This article provides a brief historical account of each of these three literatures and… …

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  • 168executory — ex·ec·u·to·ry /ig ze kyə ˌtōr ē/ adj: designed or of such a nature as to be performed in the future or to take effect on a future contingency cancellation of the executory portion of the contract J. J. White and R. S. Summers compare contingent… …

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  • 169executory contract — see contract Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. executory contract …

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  • 170Chinna Jeeyar Swamy — His Holiness Sri Sri Sri Tridandi Srimannarayana Ramanuja Chinna Jeeyar Swami [[File: |225px|alt=]] His Holiness Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji Born 3 November 1956 (1956 11 03) (age 55) Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India …

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  • 171List of compositions by Malcolm Williamson — This is a List of the compositions of Malcolm Williamson. It is sorted chronologically by genre. Contents 1 Opera 2 Ballet 3 Cassations 4 Orchestral …

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  • 172Der König in Thule — The title of this article contains the character ö. Where it is unavailable or not desired, the name may be represented as Der Koenig in Thule. Der König in Thule, The King in Thule , is a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, written in 1774. It… …

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  • 173Dorset Bach Cantata Club — The Dorset Bach Cantata Club is a chamber choir and orchestra based in Sturminster Newton, England. It is devoted to performing the music of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) with an amateur choir supported by a semi professional orchestra.… …

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  • 174Manuel García (tenor) — Manuel García as Otello Manuel del Pópulo Vicente Rodriguez García (also known as Manuel García the Senior; 21 January 1775 – 10 June 1832) was a Spanish opera singer, composer, impresario, and singing teacher …

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  • 175Marianna Bottini — née Motroni Andreozzi (7 Nov 1802 25 Jan 1858) was an Italian composer and harp teacher. She was born in Lucca, daughter of the nobleman Sebastiano Motroni Andreozzi and his wife Eleonora Flekestein.[1][2] She studied counterpoint with Domenico… …

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  • 176Massacre (disambiguation) — Contents 1 Places 2 Entertainment 3 Music 4 See also …

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  • 177Mathilde Kralik — Mathilde Aloisia Kralik von Meyrswalden (b. 3 December 1857 in Linz, d. 8 March 1944) was an Austrian composer. Contents 1 Early years 2 Career 3 Works 4 References …

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  • 178Frédéric Blasius — (24 April 1758, Lauterbourg – 1829, Versailles) was a French violinist, clarinetist, conductor, and composer. Born Matthäus (French: Matthieu …

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  • 179Mona Brand — (22 October 1915 – 1 August 2007) was a twentieth century Australian playwright, poet and freelance writer. She also wrote under the name Alexis Fox. In her own lifetime, she was more well known in Europe than in Australia, so much so that Brand… …

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  • 180Mozart and smallpox — In 1767, the 11 year old composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was struck by smallpox. Like all smallpox victims, he was at serious risk of dying, but he survived the disease. This article discusses smallpox as it existed in Mozart s time, the… …

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