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, to public and scholarly attention (although the ''St John Passion'' had been performed in 1822). Appreciation, performance and study of Bach's composition have persisted into the present era. Notably, in the Netherlands a tradition has grown where many professional and amateur orchestras perform the ''St. Matthew Passion'' every year on Palm Sunday. The '''Friedrichstraße''' ( ) (lit. ''Frederick Street'') is a major culture and shopping street in central


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traveled extensively through Europe, Africa, and America and lived in Oetingen in Markgräflerland, in Berlin, in the south of France, and in Tuscany. Petryshyn was born in Berlin, Germany, and moved to Canada as a child in 1948. He was a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Manitoba, and is a lawyer with the Winnipeg firm Luk Law. Figes has written novels, literary criticism, studies of feminism, and vivid memoirs relating to her


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Association as well as a regional convention of Music Educators National Conference (MENC: The National Association for Music Education). The Chorale has traveled to Europe, performing sold out concerts in Barcelona, Berlin, and Prague as well as two appearances at Carnegie Hall. First, Wagner moved back to Bochum and lived there. Josef Wagner was then arrested by the Gestapo after the attempt on Hitler's life (July 20 Plot) at the Wolf's Lair in East Prussia on 20


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'''Tassilo, Baron von Heydebrand und der Lasa''' (known in English as "Baron von der Lasa", 17 October 1818, Berlin – 27 July 1899, Storchnest (Osieczna) near Lissa (Leszno), Greater Poland, then German Empire) was an important German chess master, chess historian and theoretician (Chess theory) of the nineteenth century, a member of the Berlin Chess Club and a founder of the Berlin Chess School (the Berlin Pleiades). Von der Lasa was born 17 October 1818 in Berlin. He studied law in Bonn and Berlin. From 1845 he was a diplomat in the service of Prussia. His career took him to Stockholm, Copenhagen, and Rio de Janeiro, among other places. He retired from the diplomatic service in 1864, and thereafter devoted himself to the world of chess. DATE OF BIRTH 17 October 1818 PLACE OF BIRTH Berlin, Germany DATE OF DEATH 27 July 1899 thumb Carl Stumpf. (File:Carlstumpf.jpg) '''Carl Stumpf''' (21 April 1848, Wiesentheid – 25 December 1936, Berlin) was a German (germany) philosopher (Philosophy) and psychologist (Psychology). Inspired by Franz Brentano and Hermann Lotze, he is known for his impact on phenomenology (phenomenology (philosophy)), one of the most important philosophical trends of the twentieth century. He had an important influence on Edmund Husserl, the founder of modern phenomenology (Phenomenology (philosophy)), as well as Max Wertheimer, Wolfgang Köhler and Kurt Koffka, co-founders of ''Gestalt'' psychology (Gestalt psychology). Stumpf is also considered one of the pioneers of comparative musicology and ethnomusicology. He held positions in the philosophy departments at the Universities of Göttingen, Würzburg, Prague, Munich and Halle, before obtaining a professorship at the University of Berlin. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. He was very eager to obtain his university (after only one year of studies in Berlin he obtained his PhD at Giessen with ''„magna cum laude“'', then after an year, he got his licence at the Philology and Philosophy University of Sorbona and one year later, after he studied at the University of Paris, he took his licence in Law), but his eagerness did not affect his demureness in his studies; the foundations of Maiorescu's extremely solid culture were established during that period of time. PhD In December 1860 he got his licence in Philology and Philosophy at Sorbonne due to the acknowledgment of his doctorate from Giessen. The following year, he published his Philosophy essay entitled ''Einiges Philosophische in gemeinfasslicher Form'' („Philosophical Considerations for Everybody's Understanding”) in Berlin, obviously under the influence of Herbart's and Feuerbach's ideas. In 1863 Titu Maiorescu published in Iaşi the "Yearbook of the Gymnasium and the Boarding School from Iaşi for the School Year 1862–1863"; the yearbook was preceded by his thesis: „''Why Should the Latin Language be Studied in Gymnasium as Part of the Foundation of Moral Education?''” On 28 March Titu Maiorescu's daughter, Livia, was born. She later married Dymsza; she died in 1946. On 8 October Titu Maiorescu is elected to lead the Institute Vasilian from Iaşi, which needed to be „fundamentally reorganized“. In order to complete this mission, commissioned by the Minister of Public Directions from back then, Alexandru Odobescu, he travelled on a documentary journey to Berlin and later he returned to Iaşi on 4 January 1864. On 10 March 1861, Titu Maiorescu held a lecture (''Die alte französische Tragödie und die Wagnersche Musik'' — „The Old French Tragedy and Wagner (Richard Wagner)'s Music”) in Berlin for the benefit of the monument of Lessing from Kamenz, which he repeated on 12 April in Paris, at the „''Cercle des sociétés savantes''“ (Circle of Academic Societies) and later renewed in the form of a communication, on 27 April in Berlin, at the Philosophy Society. Hartmann was born of German descent in Riga, which was then the capital of the Russian province of Livonia, and which is now in Latvia. He studied Medicine at the University of Tartu (then Jurjev), then Philosophy in St. Petersburg (Saint Petersburg) and at the University of Marburg in Germany, where he took his Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) and Habilitation. He was professor of philosophy in Marburg (1922–25), Cologne (1925–31), Berlin (1931–45) and Göttingen (1945–50), where he died. Originally a Marburg neo-Kantian, studying under Hermann Cohen and Paul Natorp, Hartmann developed his own philosophy which has been described as a variety of existentialism or critical realism. Among Hartmann's many students were Boris Pasternak, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Émil Cioran


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medicine in Vienna, Austria, but a visit to I.L. Peretz in Warsaw (then also under Russian control, now the capital of Poland) convinced him to pursue a literary career instead. He briefly began studies in Vienna (where he also wrote his first significant short story, "Der Groisser Menshenfreint" ("The Great Philanthropist"), but soon returned to Warsaw, where he established a strong reputation as a writer and as an advocate of Labor Zionism, before moving


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Straße in the district known as Mitte. Huge, colorful graffiti-style murals are painted on the exterior walls, and modern art sculptures are featured inside. The building houses an artists collective which is threatened with eviction. He was fortunate enough to receive instruction from Hans Ekhof, and made such rapid progress that he was able to accept an engagement at the theater in Mannheim in 1779, beginning his rise into prominence. He soon stood high in his profession


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occupation short story writer, playwright, journalist, essayist, actor, translator, poet, civil servant, restaurateur Caragiale oscillated between the liberal current (Liberalism and radicalism in Romania) and conservatism. Most of his satirical (Satire) works target the liberal republicans (Republicanism) and the National Liberals (National Liberal Party (Romania)). He clashed with National Liberal leaders such as Dimitrie Sturdza and Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu


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mystical importance to him, and joins an indie (indie (music)) rock group (which is a semi-autobiographical motive (Motif (literature))). It was one of the most successful Czech books of recent years. For this novel he received Jiří Orten Award. In 1811 Bettina married Achim von Arnim, the renowned Romantic poet. The couple settled near Berlin and had seven children. Achim died in 1831, but Bettina maintained an active public life. Her


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and the Mercury Music Prize. Most items were shot on videotape. Amongst the directors who worked on the series are Paul Tickell, David Upshal, Sheree Folkson, Mark Cooper (Mark Cooper (director)), David Evans (David Evans (director)), Anand Tucker, Mary Harron and Sharon Maguire. Later in the series' run a regular panel discussion — ''Late Review (The Review Show)'' — was introduced looking at new films, books and plays and other arts and cultural

Berlin

'''Berlin''' (

First documented in the 13th century, Berlin became the capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg (1417), the Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1918), the German Empire (1871–1918), the Weimar Republic (1919–1933) and the Third Reich (1933–1945).

Berlin is a world city (Global city) of culture, politics, media, and science. Significant industries also include IT (information technology), pharmaceuticals, biomedical engineering, clean tech, biotechnology, construction, and electronics.

Modern Berlin is home to renowned universities, orchestras, museums, entertainment venues, and is host to many sporting events. Over the last decade Berlin has seen the upcoming of a cosmopolitan entrepreneurial (entrepreneurship) scene.

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