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Shusha

Azeri ). He chose it as a stage name, when he became involved in professional music. While still a young khananda, he was invited to Baku in 1920 to act out the role of Karam in Uzeyir Hajibeyov's opera ''Asli and Karam''. There he was first introduced to a European-style opera and decided to excel in this genre. He later studied music and vocal arts in the Azerbaijan State Conservatoire (now known as the Baku Academy of Music), where he was admitted in 1921, as well


Abidjan

;Bensignor and Audra, pg. 435" Other musicians include Jimi Hope. Hope is known for politically incisive lyrics and an innovative rock-based style. In 1994, a young artist decided to make professional music. Zeynab Ouloukèmi Abiba, born in Abidjan, has been proven through various albums and singles. In 2001, Zeynab released "Intore" her first album. In 2002 she released Rhythm and blues, a bridge between RnB


Baku

professional music of the palace conditions. In this period a dastgah form starts to develop in the structure and forms of mugam. New colors and shades as well as tasnifs developed in mugam performance. The masters of mugam of Azerbaijan sang gazals written in aruz genre by Fizuli, Habibi and Khatai (Ismail I). The music events were held in most regions of Azerbaijan in the 19th century and mugam was performed at these events. In the 19th century famous French scientist Alexandre Dumas (Alexandre Dumas, père) who attended the ceremony in Shamakhy, wrote in his works about his trip saying he was greatly impressed by mugam that sounded there. History of mugam and stages of development Such events held in Azerbaijan were attended by khanendes from Karabakh, Baku and Tabriz which in turn caused the blending of singing traditions of different regions. The Ottoman Army of Islam began to attack Hill 905 on July 31 to the northwest of Baku, but failed to get the hill and halted their attack on August 2. Major General L.C. Dunsterville coordinated future combined operations with the Cossack forces commended by Colonel Lazar Bicherakhov, and sent about 300 British soldiers to Baku and they arrived there on August 5. The Army of Islam launched second attack to Hill 905 on August 5. This attack failed again and they lost 547 officers and soldiers. The main body of "Dunsterforce" debarked in Baku on August 20 . Nevertheless, middle-class Armenians prospered under Russian rule and they were the first to seize the new opportunities and transform themselves into a prosperous bourgeoisie when capitalism and industrialisation came to Transcaucasia in the later half of the 19th century. The Armenians were much more skilled at adapting to the new economic circumstances than their neighbours in Transcaucasia, the Georgians and the Azeris (Azerbaijan). They became the most powerful element in the municipal life of Tbilisi, the city regarded by Georgians as their capital, and in the late 19th century they began to buy up the lands of the Georgian nobility, who had gone into decline after the emancipation of their serfs. Armenian entrepreneurs were quick to exploit the oil boom which began in Transcaucasia in the 1870s, having large investments in the oil-fields in Baku in Azerbaijan and the refineries of Batumi on the Black Sea coast. All this meant that the tensions between Armenians, Georgians and Azeris in Russian Transcaucasia were not simply ethnic or religious in nature but were due to social and economic factors too. Nevertheless, in spite of the popular image of the typical Armenian as a successful businessman, at the end of the 19th century 80 per cent of Russian Armenians were still peasants working the land. See Suny Chapter 2 "Images of Armenians in the Russian Empire" in ''Looking Toward Ararat: Armenia in Modern History''. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1993 ISBN 0-2532-0773-8 foundation 1992 location Baku, Azerbaijan key_people Rovnag Abdullayev (President) The district in Greater Baku, Azerbaijan Medical University (Azerbaijan Medical University named after Nariman Narimanov) and metro station (Baku Metro) in Baku are named after him. In the Lankaran region (Lankaran (rayon)) there is a town named ''Narimanabad'' in his honour. There are cities named after him also in Russia and Belarus. * Commons:Category:Baku


Lviv

and 4 midwives worked there in 1913. Volochysk was at the front line during World War I. In this district of Tarnów City there is railway station located. The station is on the west-east way from Dresden (Germany) through Wrocław, Kraków, Przemyśl to Lviv (Ukraine). Barvinsky gained professional music education in Lviv conservatory. Barvinsky continued his music education in Prague. Among his teachers were Vilém Kurz (piano), and Vítězslav Novák (composition). death_date Commons:Category:Lviv Wikipedia:Lviv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Lviv Oblast Lviv


Ljubljana

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Seoul

and silver in the 500 m. Seven months later, she won the silver medal in the (1,000 m) sprint in track cycling at the Summer Games (1988 Summer Olympics) in Seoul, South Korea. Early life and education Jo was born Jo Su-gyeong in Seoul, South Korea. Her mother was an amateur singer and pianist who had been unable to pursue her own professional music studies due to the political situation in Korea during the 1950s. Determined to provide her daughter


Portland, Oregon

the editor of the ''California Courier (California Courier (19th century))'' in San Francisco, California. Formative years Born in Los Angeles and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Patrick O'Hearn began his professional music career at age 15 when he joined the Musicians Union and began playing night clubs in Portland, Oregon. Upon graduating from Sunset High School in 1972, he moved to Seattle. There, he briefly attended Cornish College of the Arts and, as well


Hamburg

role a little later. Encouraged to chance her luck in the professional music business, Diakovska decided to audition for the 2000 debut of the German reality television program ''Popstars''. She entered the competition with thousands of other women, and the judges, Simone Angel, Rainer Moslener and Mario M. Mendryzcki, were impressed with her performance in Hamburg. She earned a position in the top thirty finalists and immediately travelled to Majorca, Spain


Baltimore

Biblical scholar and faculty member at Union Theological Seminary & Presbyterian School of Christian Education in Richmond, Virginia. The associate pastor since 2006 is Tara Spuhler McCabe. In 1764, Josiah Flagg compiled the first collection of popular and religious music, printed on paper made in the colonies. The post-revolutionary period was notable for advancing the music industry when the first professional music publishers migrated from Europe in the 1770s, opening shops


Bristol

, Cambridge, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London, and there are therapists throughout the UK. The professional body in the UK is the Association of Professional Music Therapists http: www.apmt.org while the British Society for Music Therapy http: www.bsmt.org is a charity providing information about music therapy. He had himself prepared to besiege Taunton in March 1645, yet when in the next month he was desired by Prince Charles II


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