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Vilnius

"pmc" University of Southern California: Polish Music Center Stanisław Moniuszko in 1819 on eastern fringe of Vilna Governorate of the Russian Empire, he displayed an early ability in music, and began private piano lessons with August Freyer Culture.pl Stanisław Moniuszko in 1827


Kingdom of Prussia

(Poznań) . He progressed sufficiently to excite the interest of the artistic Prince Anton Radziwill in his eighth year. This early ability to attract noble patronage was an art he continued to deploy to advantage for many years to come. In 1829 the prince used his influence to secure a Berlin court concert. He appeared with a co-artist called Henriette Sontag. The usually undemonstrative King Frederick William IV was so delighted that he presented young Kullak with thirty Friedrichs


Belarus

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Berlin

; He died in Berlin, Germany, in 1924. Kullak was born in Krotoschin (Krotoszyn) (Krotoszyn) in the Grand Duchy of Posen, in Wielkopolska - western part of Poland taken during the second partition of Poland (partitions of Poland) by Kingdom of Prussia. He began his piano studies as a pupil of Albrecht Agthe in Posen (Poznań) (Poznań). He progressed sufficiently to excite the interest of the artistic Prince Anton Radziwill in his eighth year. This early ability

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Russian Empire

an early ability in music, and began private piano lessons with August Freyer Culture.pl Stanisław Moniuszko in 1827. In 1837, once his talent and interest justified it, Moniuszko began to formally study composition (musical composition) in Berlin with Karl Friedrich Rungenhagen, the director of the "Singakademie" Music Society, ref name "pmic">


Poland

as a pupil of Albrecht Agthe in Posen (Poznań) (Poznań). He progressed sufficiently to excite the interest of the artistic Prince Anton Radziwill in his eighth year. This early ability to attract noble patronage was an art he continued to deploy to advantage for many years to come. In 1829 the prince used his influence to secure a Berlin court concert. He appeared with a co-artist called Henriette Sontag. The usually undemonstrative King Frederick William IV was so delighted


Germany

, later to become the University of Hannover. Early career Born St. Paul, Minnesota, Nier showed an early ability in mathematics and science, coupled with an aptitude for craft and mechanical work. Nier's German (Germany) immigrant parents had little education or financial resources but their determination for his development meant that he was able to attend the nearby University of Minnesota. Though he graduated in electrical engineering in 1931, the lack


France

Highmore was born in London, the third son of Edward Highmore, a coal merchant, and nephew of Thomas Highmore, Serjeant Painter to William III (William III of England). He displayed early ability but was discouraged by his family. At the ending of a clerkship (Judicial clerkship) at the age of 17, he abandoned law and started to work as a painter. On the revival of the Order of the Bath in 1725, he was selected to paint the knights in full costume. The years 1732 to 1734 were spent on a tour of the Netherlands and France and on his return to England, he applied himself to perfecting his talent, which continued for the next 50 years of his life, until his death at the age of 87 on 3 March 1780. Highmore was buried in sheep's wool (to comply with a 17th century statute to encourage the wool trade) in the fifth bay of the south aisle of Canterbury Cathedral. http: www.worthpoint.com worthopedia portrait-of-mrs-smallpage-attributed-to-joseph-h Biography of Joseph Highmore at www.worthpoint.com, 26 March 2004 Operators Belgium, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, France, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, United Kingdom. He scored three goals in his side's failed attempts to qualify for the 2002 World Cup (Football World Cup 2002 (qualification UEFA)), and was also on target in Euro 2004's qualifying stage (2004 European Championship (qualifying)), notably against France (France national football team), in which Cyprus lost 1-2, but with fine displays from Okkas, including a delicate chip that left French (France) keeper Grégory Coupet completely stranded. World Soccer review The French (France) region of Île-de-France (Île-de-France (region)), encompassing the capital city of Paris, currently has four tram lines, and is planning an additional line. Of the existing lines, three are operated by its public transport authority, RATP (Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens), which also operates the Paris Métro and most bus services (Bus (RATP)). The fourth line is operated by the SNCF, the French national rail operator. Two of the lines serve Paris. The four lines were unconnected, until the last extension of line T2 connected it with line T3. Composition Ravel had been planning to write a trio for at least six years before beginning work in earnest in March 1914. At the outset, Ravel remarked to his pupil Maurice Delage, "I’ve written my trio. Now all I need are the themes." During the summer of 1914, Ravel did his compositional work in the French (France) Basque commune of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Ravel was born across the bay in the Basque town of Ciboure; his mother was Basque (Basque people), and he felt a deep identification with his Basque heritage. During the Trio's composition, Ravel was also working on a piano concerto based on Basque themes entitled ''Zazpiak Bat'' (Basque (Basque language) for "The Seven are One" (Zazpiak Bat)). Although eventually abandoned, this project left its mark on the Trio, particularly in the opening movement, which Ravel later noted was "Basque in colouring." thumb The red-light district (Image:Amsterdam red light district 24-7-2003.JPG) in Amsterdam The French (French language) ''enseigne'' indicates its essential connection with what is known in English (English language) as a flag and in France banners not infrequently took the place of signs or sign boards in the Middle Ages. Signs, however, are best known in the form of painted or carved advertisements for shops, inns, etc. They are one of various emblematic methods used from time immemorial for publicly calling attention to the place to which they refer. '''Emma Calvé''', born '''Rosa Emma Calvet''' (August 15, 1858 – January 6, 1942), was a French (France) operatic soprano. '''Daniel Boulud''' (born March 25, 1955 in Saint-Pierre de Chandieu (Lyon), France) is a French (French cuisine) chef and restaurateur with restaurants in New York City, Palm Beach (Palm Beach, Florida), Miami, Montreal, Beijing, and Singapore. He is best known for Daniel, his eponymous, Michelin 3-star (Michelin-star) restaurant in New York City. The '''Villa Medici''' is a mannerist (Renaissance architecture#Mannerism) http: www.britannica.com EBchecked topic 372368 Villa-Medici villa and an architectural complex with a garden contiguous with the larger Borghese gardens, on the Pincian Hill next to Trinità dei Monti in Rome, Italy. The Villa Medici, founded by Ferdinando I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany and now property of the French State (France), has housed the French Academy in Rome since 1803. A musical evocation of its garden fountains features in Ottorino Respighi's ''Fontane di Roma''. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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