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Watford

Preston , Carlisle (Carlisle, Cumbria) and Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne) fleet Released 1981 Recorded April–May 1981 Music Works Studio, Watford, Hertfordshire, UK (United Kingdom) Genre Experimental (Experimental music), art rock Released 1983 Recorded May 1981 Music Works Studio, Watford, Hertfordshire, UK (United Kingdom) Genre


Hamburg

studied law and musicology in Munich, Hamburg and Berlin (doctoral thesis: Berlin, 1977). The list of his compositions includes numerous orchestral and chamber music works as well as the opera „Celan“, which was premiered in Dresden in 2001. His new opera “Hölderlin” had its premiere at the ''Berlin State Opera'' in 2008. - Hamburg align center HAM align center EDDH Fuhlsbüttel Airport (Hamburg Airport) - - Hamburg


Oslo

music works were not accessible as Megas only performed them to his friends of the left-wing circles. However in 1972, Icelandic students in Oslo, Norway helped him release his first album, in which diabolic and satiric lyrics were accompanied by a mild acoustic music played by Norwegian folk musicians. This work caused controversy and his music was banned by the Icelandic national radio, but Megas became a cult figure in the growing alternative scene. Schirmer was construction manager for the rebuilding of the Oslo Cathedral between 1849 and 1850. In 1853 he entered into a partnership with the young German architect Wilhelm von Hanno. Their partnership lasted until 1864. Among their works were Gaustad Hospital, Tangen Church (1854), Vestre Aker Church (1853–1855) and Østre Aker Church (1857–1860). Schirmer and Hanno designed all stations on Norway's first railway line, the Hoved Line between Christiania (Oslo) and Eidsvoll, finished in 1854. WikiPedia:Oslo Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Oslo Commons:Category:Oslo


Jerusalem

contains two descriptions of lands around Norway that the Abbot seems to have acquired for his book from independent sources. Ben-Haim emigrated to the then British Mandate of Palestine in 1933 and lived in Judea, in an area to the east of Jerusalem. He Hebraized his name, becoming an Israeli citizen upon that nation's independence in 1948. He composed chamber music, works for choir, orchestra and solo instruments, and songs. He championed a specifically Jewish national music: his


Toronto

construction business, and gave up college for acting when his university mandated that he devote all his time to his studies. He had roles in several Canadian productions, including Liberty Street and Music Works. Though he was quoted as saying in 1998 that there was "very little" chance for a ''Degrassi'' sequel, ''Degrassi: The Next Generation'' began in 2001, where Mastroianni reprised his role as Joey for five seasons. He announced on his website that after three seasons


Berlin

(doctoral thesis: Berlin, 1977). The list of his compositions includes numerous orchestral and chamber music works as well as the opera „Celan“, which was premiered in Dresden in 2001. His new opera “Hölderlin” had its premiere at the ''Berlin State Opera'' in 2008. - Berlin birth_place


Germany

director of the palaeontological collection in 1857, and director of the museum in 1875. '''Werkraum''' is the creative music works of German (Germany) musician Axel Frank. Members of the British (United Kingdom) Gothic (goth music)-Folk act Lady Morphia, German (Germany) singer Antje Hoppenrath, the members of the late sixties US Folk band Changes (Changes (band)) and from the Austrian Folk band Sturmpercht have also contributed to Werkraum. Frank has since become

, post-industrial (post-industrial (music)) and experimental music works of German (Germany) musicians Uwe Nolte and Frank Machau. The name is drawn from the poem Gesang Weylas by Eduard Mörike, beginning ‘Du bist Orplid, mein Land’ ('You are Orplid, my land'). Orplid in the poem is a faraway fantasy land. The band has progressed over the course of their discography from acoustic folk peppered


Italy

. thumb Cover of the Canzione Spirituali a Una, a Due et a Tre Voci, of 1640 (Image:Sabbatini-canzione-espirituali.jpg) '''Pietro Paolo Sabbatino''' or '''Sabbatini''' (1600, Rome, Italy-1657, Rome) was an Italian (Italy) composer, orchestra director and musician, who worked mainly in Rome. He composed mostly popular songs of his time, such as villanellas, capriccio (Capriccio (music))s, canzones and canzonettas, but he also composed religious music works, such as psalms. museum Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy (Museum of Fine Arts of Nancy) '''''The Annunciation''''' is an oil painting by the Italian (Italy) master Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, finished around 1608. It housed in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy. Eventually 22 nations contributed to INTERFET which grew to over 11,000 strong. Other countries to contribute were (in alphabetical order), Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland (Republic of Ireland), Italy, Kenya, Malaysia, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States of America. - 2. 15 June 1990 Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan, Italy


Canada

. He had roles in several Canadian productions, including Liberty Street and Music Works. Though he was quoted as saying in 1998 that there was "very little" chance for a ''Degrassi'' sequel, ''Degrassi: The Next Generation'' began in 2001, where Mastroianni reprised his role as Joey for five seasons. He announced on his website that after three seasons of ''Degrassi Junior High'', two more of ''Degrassi High'' and five seasons of ''Degrassi: The Next Generation'' he


United States

his music works, he currently works as a government computer specialist. Hull is noted for his experimental style of guitar playing that incorporates various influences, as well as for his use of eight string (Eight string guitar) and seven string guitars. Brown was born in Frankfurt, Germany and raised in Livonia, Michigan, United States. Her family eventually moved to California and she is also a graduate of Santa Monica High School. http


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