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Kaluga

; ( , Kaluga – 3 January 1956, New York City) was a Russian Romantic (Romantic music) composer. +55%: Kaluga Kiev Kostroma Kutaisi Minsk Mogilev Nizhny Novgorod Podolia Riazan Smolensk Tula (Tula, Russia) Vitebsk Vladimir Volhynia Yaroslavl Soon enough, the noblemen realized that most of Ivan


Krasnoyarsk

Rebikov''' ( ; born May 31 OS May 19 1866 - Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia — died October 1, 1920 - Yalta, Crimea, Russia) was a late romantic (romantic music) 20th century Russian composer and pianist. AirBridgeCargo's present network covers major international markets in Europe, Asia and North America. In Europe, ABC's flights connects Germany ( Frankfurt and Hannover


Yalta

(song) Primadonna ". She dedicated her performance to the memory of Jacob Dahlin. '''Vladimir Ivanovich Rebikov''' ( ; born May 31 OS May 19 1866 - Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia — died October 1, 1920 - Yalta, Crimea, Russia) was a late romantic (romantic music) 20th century Russian composer and pianist. Biography Rebikov began studying the piano with his mother. His sisters also were


Samarkand

Web Archive) composer of Neo-Romantic music (Romantic music#Romanticism in the 20th century .281901-present.29) and a tar (tar (lute)) soloist residing in France. Commons:Category:Samarkand Wikipedia:Samarkand


Bitola

Intermezzo alt url email address lat long directions phone tollfree fax hours price content It offers great parties for the weekends and nicely atmosphere for the daytime. The music selection is always different: pop, ex-yu (music from Yugoslav pop and rock groups), DJ selections, romantic music. *


Duchy of Warsaw

ʃɔˈpɛ̃ in French; and usually 17&nbsp;October 1849) was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of French-Polish parentage. He is considered one of the great masters of Romantic music.<


Kharkiv

; * *Nikolai P. Barabashov – Astronomer, co-author of the first pictures of the far side of the Moon *Vladimir Bobri — Illustrator, author, composer, educator and guitar historian *Inna Bohoslovska — Lawyer, politician and leader of the Ukrainian public organization Viche *Sergei Bortkiewicz — Russian Romantic music Romantic


Slovakia

Italians , and Puerto Ricans (Puerto Rico). In 1874 Janáček became friends with Antonín Dvořák, and began composing in a relatively traditional romantic (romantic music) style. After his opera ''Šárka (Šárka (Janáček))'' (1887–1888), his style absorbed elements of Moravian and Slovak (Slovakia) folk music. thumb upright 250px Janáček collecting folksongs on 19 August 1906 in Strání (Image:Janáček collecting folksongs.jpg) Janáček

by the county's native Slovak (Slovaks) peoples and the music of neighbouring regions. Whilst there are traces of pre-historic musical instruments, the country has a rich heritage of folk music and mediaeval liturgical (liturgy) music, and from the 18th century onwards, in particular, musical life was influenced by that of Austria-Hungary. In the 19th century composers such as Jan Levoslav Bella began to write romantic music with a Slovak character. In the twentieth century there were a number of composers who identified with Slovak culture. After the fall of communism in 1989–90 the country also began to develop its own popular music scene in Western style. * In Serbia, the series airs on RTS 1. * In Slovakia, the series airs on TV JOJ and JOJ Plus. * In Slovenia, the series airs on POP TV. The Lutheran Church in America In 1962 the United Lutheran Church in America, the Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, and the Danish American Evangelical Lutheran Church formed the Lutheran Church in America. The LCA brought approximately 2.85 million members into the ELCA. Its immigrant heritage came mostly from Germany, Sweden, Slovakia, Denmark and Finland. Its demographic focus was on the East Coast (centered on Pennsylvania), with large numbers in the Midwest and some presence in the Southern Atlantic (South Atlantic States) states. There are notable exceptions, but LCA-background churches tend to be more liturgical than ALC-background churches. Its theological orientation ranged from moderately liberal to neo-orthodox, with tendencies toward conservative Pietism in some rural and small-town congregations. Its theology originated in the Neo-Lutheran (Neo-Lutheranism) movement. frame right The Seminex logo, circa 1974, depicting new life springing from a dead trunk. Design by Seminex faculty member Robert Werberig. (Image:Seminex.png) From April 17 to April 19, 1945 the city was bombed by the Allied Forces (Allies of World War II) and over 500 people lost their lives. On July 31, 1945, the Ústí Massacre against German civilians occurred. In 1945 and 1946, over 53,000 ethnic Germans were expelled from the area. Emigrants from the Soviet Union, Slovakia, and Romania settled in the city, among them many Roma (Roma (Romani subgroup)) and Sinti. During the 1970s-1980s large numbers of paneláks were constructed in Ústí. After the fall of communism in Czechoslovakia in the Velvet Revolution of 1989, the city's heavy industry suffered economic troubles. * Commons:Category:Slovakia WikiPedia:Slovakia Dmoz:Regional Europe Slovakia eo:Slovakio


Austrian Empire

for Paris. right 220px alt Signature of Gustav Mahler (File:Mahler-signature.svg) '''Gustav Mahler''' ( 1911) was a late-Romantic (Romantic music) Austrian composer and one of the leading conductors of his generation. He was born in the village of Kalischt, Bohemia, in what was then the Austrian Empire, now Kaliště (Kaliště (Pelhřimov District)) in the Czech Republic. Then his family moved to nearby Iglau (now


Russia

, and the Russian Musical Society led by composers Anton (Anton Rubinstein) and Nikolay Rubinsteins, which was musically conservative. The later tradition of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era (Romantic music), was continued into the 20th century by Sergei Rachmaninoff.

continues to teach once a year. He has also taught at Keio University (Mita) in Tokyo, Japan, CCRMA at Stanford University and the University of California Santa Cruz. In his later years he has devoted most of his time to the composition of instrumental and choral music in a quasi-Romantic (Romantic music) vein which has largely been performed only in France, Russia and Japan. Appleton was born in Los Angeles, California on January 4, 1939

subscriber article grove music 50146 Oxford Music Online Retrieved 11 November 2009. composer, pianist, and conductor. Rachmaninoff is widely considered one of the finest pianists of his day and, as a composer, one of the last great representatives of Romanticism (Romantic music) in Russian classical music. Other obvious candidates being Nikolai Medtner, Alexander Scriabin, Nikolai Myaskovsky, and Alexander Glazunov Early influences of Tchaikovsky (Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky), Rimsky-Korsakov (Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov), and other Russian composers gave way to a thoroughly personal idiom that included a pronounced lyricism, expressive breadth, structural ingenuity, and a tonal palette of rich, distinctive orchestral colors. Norris, ''New Grove, 2nd. ed. '', 707. The piano is featured prominently in Rachmaninoff's compositional output. He made a point of using his own skills as a performer to explore fully the expressive possibilities of the instrument. Even in his earliest works he revealed a sure grasp of idiomatic piano writing and a striking gift for melody. '''Larches''' are conifers in the genus '''''Larix''''', in the family Pinaceae. Growing from 20 to 45 m tall, Rushforth 1986 they are native to much of the cooler temperate northern hemisphere, on lowlands in the north and high on mountains further south. Larch are among the dominant plants in the immense boreal forest (Taiga)s of Russia and Canada. * ''Larix decidua'' (syn. ''L. europaea'') European Larch. Mountains of central Europe. * ''Larix sukaczewii'' Russian Larch *. Russia west of Ural Mountains. * ''Larix sibirica'' Siberian Larch. Plains of western Siberia. Peat deposits are found in many places around the world, notably in the British Isles, Scotland, Northern England (Particularly in the Pennines), Wales and Ireland: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, northern Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, New Zealand and in North America, principally in Canada and the United States (Michigan, Minnesota, the Florida Everglades, and California's Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta). The amount of peat is smaller in the southern hemisphere, partly because there is less land, but peat can be found in New Zealand, Kerguelen, Southern Patagonia Tierra del Fuego and the Falkland Islands, Indonesia (Kalimantan (Sungai Putri, Danau Siawan, Sungai Tolak, Rasau Jaya (West Kalimantan), and Sumatra). Indonesia has more tropical peat land and mangrove forests than any other nation on earth, but Indonesia is losing wetlands by 100,000 hectares per year. Waspada.co.ik *Botolf iron or Boutall iron — from Bytów (Polish Pomerania) or Bytom (Polish Silesia). *Sable iron (or Old Sable) — iron bearing the mark (a sable) of the Demidov family of Russian ironmasters, one of the better brands of Russian iron (Russian iron industry). A. Kahan, ''The Plow, the Hammer, and the Knout: an economic history of eighteenth century Russia'' (Univ. of Chicago Press, 1985) Peto suffered in the financial crisis of 1866, and had to declare bankruptcy. In 1868 he had to give up his seat in Parliament (Parliament of the United Kingdom), despite having the support of both Benjamin Disraeli and William Ewart Gladstone. He exiled himself to Budapest and tried to promote railways in Russia and Hungary. When he returned to England, he tried to launch a small mineral railway in Cornwall. This failed. He died in obscurity in 1889. Faith, p. 106. He is buried with his second wife at Pembury old church, near Tonbridge, Kent. The renowned Russian artist and jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé made exquisitely decorated precious metal and gemstone eggs for the Russian Court. These Fabergé eggs resembled standard decorated eggs, but they were made from gold and precious stones. '''Smolensk''' ( Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


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