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Stockholm

with the commanders for spreading, what they called, "illegal" Social Democratic papers with anti-militarist messages. '''Mac Ahlberg''' (12 June 1931 Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish film director and cinematographer. * '''Salvatore Viganò''' (1769–1821), Ballet master of the Wiener Hofoper (Vienna State Opera) from 1799-1803. Ballet master of La Scala Theatre Ballet in Milan from 1811-1821. He is considered the father of a new kind of performance called ''coreodramma


Washington, D.C.

and New Orleans. '''Blues Alley''' in Georgetown (Washington, D.C. Georgetown) remains the flagship club, with atmosphere straight out of a Spike Lee movie. However, the jazz scene is unquestionably centered along the '''U St Corridor''' in the historic African-American neighborhood of Shaw (Washington, D.C. Shaw), where native son '''Duke Ellington''' once played along with the likes of Charlie Parker, Louis Armstrong, and Ella Fitzgerald. There is a weekly $5 blues performance called '''Blue


Italy

; * '''Salvatore Viganò''' (1769–1821), Ballet master of the Wiener Hofoper (Vienna State Opera) from 1799-1803. Ballet master of La Scala Theatre Ballet in Milan from 1811-1821. He is considered the father of a new kind of performance called ''coreodramma''. * '''Filippo Taglioni''' (1777–1871), Ballet master of the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm from 1803-1804 and 1817-1818. Born and trained as a dancer in his native Italy, he is known today as the ''Father of Romanticism


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