Greenland, in search of uncorrupted forms of national melody. In 1786 he was appointed ''Kapellmeister'' by Gustav III of Sweden, founded his second music school in Stockholm, and attained extraordinary celebrity by his performances on an instrument called the "orchestrion", a species of organ invented by himself. In 1788 he visited Sankt Petersburg where he met the Copenhagen organ bulder Kirsnick who was in Petersburg at that time and was the fist one known to use
and to provide Gustav with an excuse to declare a "defensive" war on Russia. In 1963, Lutosławski fulfilled a commission for the Music Biennale Zagreb, his ''Trois poèmes d'Henri Michaux'' for chorus and orchestra. It was the first work he had written for a commission from abroad, and brought him further international acclaim. It earned him a second State Prize for music (Lutosławski was not cynical about the award this time), and Lutosławski gained an agreement for the international
publication of his music with Chester Music, then part of the Hansen publishing house. His String Quartet was first performed in Stockholm in 1965, followed the same year by the first performance of his orchestral song-cycle (song cycle) ''Paroles tissées''. This shortened title was suggested by the poet , who had originally published the poems as ''Quatre tapisseries pour la Châtelaine de Vergi''. The song cycle is dedicated to the tenor
- Success Of Large Screen Projections In Cinemas - etc.'' The Times newspaper, 3 April 1939 p23 column A. '''Jon Howard Appleton''' (born January 4, 1939) is an American (United States) composer and teacher who was a pioneer in electro-acoustic music. His earliest compositions in the medium, e.g. Chef d'Oeuvre and Newark Airport Rock attracted attention because they established a new tradition some have called Program music programmatic
Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm from 1966 to 1975. He has also has published novels, short stories, poetry and drama, and was director of several films. In 1980, he directed and starred in the film ''Marmalade Revolution'', which was entered into the 30th Berlin International Film Festival.
, therefore overlap with the History of Gamla stan (Gamla stan#History). right thumb Gamla stan Stockholm Old Town (Image:GamlaStan from Katarinahissen Stockholm Swe.jpg) Apart from being a large city with an active cultural life, Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, houses many national cultural institutions. There are two UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Stockholm County area: the Royal Palace Drottningholm (Drottningholm Palace) (within Ekerö Municipality
Classics NYRB Classic in 2008 with an introduction by neurologist Oliver Sacks. He died two years later, during a holiday at Lake Balaton. He was born in Stockholm and received his first professional education there from the Hungarian-born painter Martin Hannibal, and continued his training with court painter David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl. He left Sweden in 1682, and traveled over Antwerp to London, where he was influenced by the portrait work of Godfrey Kneller
, Morningwood, Angels & Airwaves, +44 (+44 (band)), Mando Diao, Panic! At The Disco and most recently, No Doubt and Paramore during their last tour in 2009. background group_or_band origin Stockholm, Sweden genre Black metal '''Dark Funeral''' is a black metal band from Stockholm, Sweden, founded by guitarists Blackmoon and Lord Ahriman in 1993. They are one of the bands to have emerged in Sweden during the Second wave of black metal. 1919–1939 Early Years The Polish Football Federation (''Polski Związek Piłki Nożnej'') was established on December 20, 1919 in Warsaw, Poland. Poland would play their first official international match (Hungary v Poland (1921)) on December 18, 1921 in Budapest where they lost to Hungary (Hungary national football team) 1–0. Their first international win would come on May 28, 1922 where they took on Sweden (Sweden national football team) in Stockholm and beat them 2–1. Poland qualified for their first ever World cup in 1937 when they beat Yugoslavia (Yugoslavia national football team) 4–0, and 1–0 in the two qualifying matches and ensured their place in the 1938 World Cup in France (1938 FIFA World Cup). alias origin Stockholm, Sweden genre Stoner rock According to the resultant treaty, Sweden (Kingdom of Sweden (1721–1809)) ceded to Russia (Russian Empire) the areas east of the Kymi River with the fortress of Olavinlinna and the towns of Lappeenranta and Hamina. Hence, the Swedish border was moved to the north in accordance with the wishes of Bestuzhev's faction. On the other hand, the Swedes agreed to elect Adolf Frederick as the crown prince. This move exposed the country to the risk of war against Denmark (Denmark-Norway), hence the Baltic Fleet sailed to Stockholm to protect the Swedish capital in case of Danish attack. The territories were incorporated into the Governorate of Vyborg. '''Jair-Rôhm Parker Wells''' (born October 13, 1958) is an American (United States) free jazz bassist (bass guitar and electric upright bass), composer and conceptualist. He is one of the founding members of the improvising band Machine Gun (Machine Gun (band)) which featured Thomas Chapin. Resident in Stockholm, Sweden since 1985, he has been active internationally as a promoter of improvised and experimental music performing and recording extensively. He has collaborated with Karl Berger, Daniel Carter (Daniel Carter (musician)), Jaron Lanier and Tony Scott (Tony Scott (musician)) among others. death_date Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm
of objects and events sharp and inexplicable disconformities do occur, as in geology. And so it is not surprising that in the 1874 Stockholm meeting of the International Congress of Anthropology and Prehistoric Archaeology (International Union for Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences), in response to Ernst Hamy's denial of any "break" between Paleolithic and Neolithic based on material from dolmens near Paris "showing a continuity between the paleolithic and neolithic folks
birth_place Stockholm, Sweden genre Pop (Pop music), soul (Soul music) '''Emilia Rydberg''' (born 5 January 1978, Stockholm, Sweden) Emilia Rydberg Charts, Allmusic is a Swedish (Swedish people) pop music and soul (soul music) singer, mostly known for her hit, " Big Big World (song) Big Big World
June formed the basis of Ant's second solo album Strip (Strip (Adam Ant album)). The album was recorded at Polar Studios in Stockholm in the late summer of 1983 with Phil Collins as both drummer and producer on both the title track and planned single Puss 'N Boots, with Richard James Burgess adopting the same roles for the non-single album tracks . The single "Puss 'N Boots" reached #5 on the UK charts, but the BBC banned both the video and the song for the follow-up single "Strip." Despite a vocal cameo performance from former ABBA member Anni-Frid Lyngstad, "Strip" only managed to peak at #41 before being withdrawn by CBS while the parent album barely scraped the UK Top 20. However, the Strip single fared quite well in America, only narrowly missing out on a US Top 40 hit single. To promote the album, which reached #65 on the ''Billboard'' Top 200 albums, in early 1984 Ant undertook another extensive US tour, some sixty dates in length, starting on 27 January 1984 at the Atlanta Civic Centre in Atlanta (Atlanta, Georgia) in Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)) and lasting until 27 April 1984 at the Irvine Meadow Amphitheatre in Laguna Hills, California. http: www.adam-ant.net 1984.html Although UK television performances of Puss N'Boots and Strip had featured a quartet of Ant, Pirroni, Wiczling and Constantinou, the US tour featured the same seven-piece backing band as the previous album's tour, except for Steve King in place of Stewart Van Blandamer on saxophone. Strip Tour "Adam Ant Tour '84" Official Programme, Taurus Music (Overseas) Ltd, 1984 pp.3 & 23 The tour shows were also notable for featuring a recreation by Ant of the Chinese Water Torture Cell escapology stunt originally performed by Harry Houdini. In preparation for this Ant would, in keeping with the album title, undress onstage down to a pair of boxer shorts. 'Stand And Deliver', Adam Ant, Hodder & Stoughton 2006, p.230 With the collapse of the monarchy, many social democrats viewed previous tactical differences between the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks as a thing of the past and a number of local party organizations were merged. When Bolshevik leaders Lev Kamenev, Joseph Stalin and Matvei Muranov returned to Petrograd from Siberian exile in early March 1917 and assumed the leadership of the Bolshevik party, they began exploring the idea of a complete re-unification of Bolsheviks and Mensheviks at the national level, which Menshevik leaders were willing to consider. However, Lenin and his deputy Grigory Zinoviev returned to Russia from their Swiss exile on April 3, 1917 and re-asserted control of the Bolshevik party by late April 1917, taking it in a more radical, anti-war direction. They called for an immediate revolution and the transfer of all power to the Soviets (Soviet (council)), which made any re-unification impossible. thumb right Leaders of the Menshevik Party at Norra Bantorget (Image:Mensevikii.jpg) in Stockholm, Sweden, May 1917. Pavel Axelrod, Julius Martov and Alexander Martinov In March–April 1917 the Menshevik leadership conditionally supported the newly formed liberal Russian Provisional Government. After the collapse of the first Provisional Government on May 2, 1917 over the issue of annexations, Tsereteli convinced the Mensheviks to strengthen the government for the sake of "saving the revolution" and enter a socialist-liberal coalition with Socialist Revolutionaries and liberal Constitutional Democrats, which they did on May 4, 1917 (Old Style). With Martov's return from European exile in early May, the left wing of the party challenged the party's majority led by Tsereteli at the first post-revolutionary party conference on May 9, but the Right wing prevailed 44–11. From that point on, the Mensheviks had at least one representative in the Provisional Government until it was overthrown by the Bolsheviks during the October Revolution of 1917. death_date Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm
'''Stockholm''' ( approximately 1.4 million in the urban area (Stockholm urban area), and a total population close to 2.2 million in the metropolitan area (Metropolitan Stockholm). The city is spread across 14 islands on the coast in the southeast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren (Mälaren), by the Stockholm archipelago and the Baltic sea. The area has been settled since the Stone Age, in the 6th millennium BC, and was founded as a city in 1252 by Birger Jarl.
Stockholm is the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden. The region alone accounts for over a third of the country's GDP, Sweden's national football arena (Friends Arena) is located north of the city centre, in Solna. Ericsson Globe, the national indoor arena, is in the southern part of the city. The city was the host of the 1912 Summer Olympics, and hosted the equestrian portion of the 1956 Summer Olympics otherwise held in Melbourne, Australia.
Stockholm is the seat of the Government of Sweden and most government agencies (Government agencies in Sweden),