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;Biography at glbtq.com During this time List began taking photographs. In 1930 he met photographer Andreas Feininger who introduced List to the Rolleiflex camera. He began taking portraits of friends and shooting still lifes, influenced by the Bauhaus and surrealist movements. He used male models, draped fabric, and masks along with double-exposures.He has explained that his photos were "composed visions where my arrangements try to capture the magical essence inhabiting and animating the world of appearances.” Magnum photos biography - cinefest - International Festival of German Film Heritage 2004 Hamburg Special interest, international Held annually in November in Hamburg, afterwards in Berlin, Prague, Udine, Vienna, Wiesbaden, Zurich. Archival films from Germany and Europe. Integrating the International Film History Conference, founded 1988. http: www.cinefest.de - - Fantasy Filmfest 1987 Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart Special interest, international Annual festival for science fiction, horror and thriller films. http: www.fantasyfilmfest.com - After 1846, Grahn toured much of Europe, not only dancing, but also producing several ballets, including a revival of Perrot's (Jules Perrot) ''Catarina (Catarina (ballet))'', and her even her own play ''Bacchus et Ariadne''. Grahn moved to Hamburg, Germany in 1848 and became so fond of the country that she built a home in Munich. In order to guarantee a relaxed atmosphere, cars are prohibited on the island. The island can be reached by ship from Harlesiel, or it can be reached by plane from Harlesiel, Bremen (Bremen (city)), or Hamburg. The ferries leave at different times every day according to the tide. As on most East Frisian Islands, a small narrow gauge railway line, the Wangerooge Island Railway, connects the harbor to the main village. Compositional style Ericsson's earlier works were closer in style to those of Klaus Huber or Luigi Nono, but this compositional approach became restrictive, and Ericsson went through a period of compositional silence in between 1984 85 and 1999. Ericsson's more recent music draws more freely from various styles, and concentrates, to a certain extent, on musical timbre and space, as well as referential ideas in music. For example, his work "The Four Beast' Amen", for organ and electronics, begins with the organ in dialogue with recordings of organs from Hamburg, Stade, Norden (Norden, Lower Saxony), Cappel (Cappel, Lower Saxony) and Lüdingworth (Cuxhaven). The style refers to older organ works, such as those of Frescobaldi or Buxtehude (Dieterich Buxtehude), but with all of the organs overlapping in such a way that everything is blurry. The second movement changes completely in style, concentrating on sounds created by the wind chest of the organ. Some of the later movements of this work focus on differences in tuning between some of the organs that we heard in the beginning. thumb right 200 px Scheme of several Apostolic Churches inside and outside the Netherlands from 1830 until 2005. Click on the image to enlarge. (File:Apostolic.JPG) After the death of three Catholic Apostolic Apostles in 1855 the apostolate declared that there was no reason to call new apostles. Two callings of substitutes (''"Jesus calleth thee Apostolic Messenger. He would use thee Coadjutor for him whom He hath gathered to Himself."'') were explained by the apostolate in 1860 as Coadjutors to the remaining apostles. After this event another apostle was called in Germany in 1862 by the prophet Heinrich Geyer. The Apostles did not agree with this calling, and therefore the larger part of the Hamburg congregation who followed their Bishop F.W. Schwartz in this schism were excommunicated (excommunication). Out of this sprang the ''Allgemeine Christliche Apostolische Mission'' (ACAM) in 1863 and the Dutch branch of the Restored Apostolic Mission Church (at first known as ''Apostolische Zending'', since 1893 officially registered as Hersteld Apostolische Zendingkerk (HAZK)). This later became the New Apostolic Church. '''Klaus von Dohnanyi''' (born 23 June 1928 in Hamburg) is a German politician and a member of the Social Democratic Party (SPD (Social Democratic Party of Germany)). Dohnanyi is the son of Hans and Christine Dohnanyi (Hans von Dohnanyi), and thus a nephew of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. His younger brother is Christoph von Dohnányi. Commons:Category:Hamburg Wikipedia:Hamburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Hamburg


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, Guatemala, and Costa Rica. Biography at glbtq.com During this time List began taking photographs. In 1930 he met photographer Andreas Feininger who introduced List to the Rolleiflex camera. He began taking portraits of friends and shooting still lifes, influenced by the Bauhaus and surrealist movements. He used male models, draped fabric, and masks along with double-exposures.He has explained that his photos were "composed visions where my arrangements try to capture the magical essence inhabiting and animating the world of appearances.” Magnum photos biography '''Mossoró''' is the second most populous city in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. It is equidistant (four hours' drive) from Natal (Natal, Brazil) (approximately 277 km or 172 miles), the state capital of Rio Grande do Norte, and from Fortaleza (approximately 260 km or 161.5 miles), the capital of the state of Ceará. It is located nearly in the center of the Nordeste region, which has about 53.6 million people (28% of Brazil's population). It is also in the heart of Brazil's salt production area. Situated in the Agreste-Potiguar mesoregion, Mossoró is the country's largest land-based petroleum producer. was born into a peasant family, of Croats Croatian descent. At the age of 12 he went to South America, where he worked for 4 years as a shepherd in Argentina and Brazil. In 1914 he was recruited as a private in the Austro-Hungarian Army. During the First World War of 1914-1918 in May, 1916 Dundic was taken prisoner by Russian troops near Lutsk. He volunteered to join the First Division of Yugoslav (Yugoslavia) Volunteer Corps in Russia. From the middle of 1917, he was a member of the Red Guard (presumably in Odessa). In March, 1918, he headed a guerrilla squad in the region of Bahmut (now Artemovsk


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