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Kingdom of Sicily

been kind to the Church hierarchy, to flee to Italy, where an Italian tradition of papal criticism was begun. Protected by the emperor and the Ghibelline faction criticism of the Church establishment flourished. The '''Music of Sicily''' refers to music created by peoples from the isle of Sicily. It was shaped by the island's history, from the island's great presence as part of Magna Grecia 2,500 years ago through various historical


Peter last Manuel pages 918–918 publisher Garland Publishing location New York and London year 2001 isbn 0-8240-6040-7 url http: books?id Xb2ibVAXO9sC&pg PA918&dq zouk+mazurka# brass section, two synthesizers, guitar, bass guitar. Contemporary: Zouk-love and Zouk-R'n'B use synthesisers and drum machines especially. Kizomba is one of the most popular genres of dance and music created in Angola

lusophone countries (Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde, Portugal, Mozambique, São Tomé and Príncipe, East Timor, Brazil and the territory of Macau) other_topics Music of Angola '''Kizomba''' is one of the most popular genres of dance and music created in Angola. Derived directly from Zouk, sung generally in Portuguese (Portuguese language), it is a genre of music with a romantic flow mixed with African rhythm. The kizomba dancing style is also known


, together known as The Dust Brothers and then - due to legal issues with another production team of the same name - The Chemical Brothers. The Heavenly Sunday Social was a pivotal moment in London club culture and the music created there by The Chemical Brothers spawned an entire genre known as Big Beat. The club was frequented by indie royalty of the era including Oasis (Oasis (band)), Primal Scream, Manic Street Preachers and The Charlatans (The Charlatans (UK band)). The club was closed when it began to draw too many people for its modest capacity. Barrett and Kelly, along with Heavenly Records press officer Robin Turner and Chemical Brothers manager Nick Dewey launched further club nights at Turnmills and Smithfields in East London and at The Bomb in Barrett's home town of Nottingham. These club nights saw The Chemical Brothers grow from underground cult DJs to international rock stars, signing to Virgin Records and releasing a string of hit albums, many of them featuring guest vocals from recording artists they had encountered at The Heavenly Social - including Beth Orton, Tim Burgess (Tim Burgess (artist)) of The Charlatans and Noel Gallagher of Oasis. thumb A Sturmey Archer three speed AW gear, the most common kind of Sturmey Archer gear (Image:sturmeyarcher.jpg) '''Sturmey-Archer''' is a manufacturing company originally from Nottingham, England. It primarily produces bicycle hub gears but has also produced motorcycle hubs. Background The station has a 23.7% share of all radio listening within its TSA with average hours per listener of 10.9 per week (RAJAR June 2009). Lincs FM broadcasts from studios at Witham Park in Lincoln, next to the River Witham at the far end of ''Waterside South'' where the river is crossed by the Nottingham-Grimsby railway. The building used to be the ''Titanic Works'' owned by the Clayton & Shuttleworth engineering company. Captain Roy Brown (Roy Brown (RAF officer))'s Sopwith Camel, which shot down Manfred von Richthofen (the ''Red Baron'') on 21 April 1918, was made in this building. The group was initially owned by Border Radio Holdings (Border Television) until 2000, when Capital Radio Group took over the brand. When the larger GCap Media acquired the group in 2005, they were forced to sell the Nottingham-based "106" station to Chrysalis Group for competition reasons. GMG Radio, with Myers and Simons as senior executives, bought the stations in 2006. They were rebranded Real Radio to conform to the branding and network programming of the other stations in the Real Radio network that Myers had developed since in 2000. Century to Real, End Of an Era, 18 December 2008 airdate 23 September 1997 frequency 106.0 MHz (FM) NOW Nottingham (Nottingham), Block 12C, 128kbit s (DAB (Digital audio broadcasting)) NOW Leicester (Leicester), Block 11B, 128kbit s(DAB (Digital audio broadcasting) NOW Derbyshire (in Derbyshire from 2008) share 8.3% History Based in Nottingham on the City link in the Sneinton area of the city centre, the station was launched on 23 September 1997 as '''Radio 106'''. In April 1998, station owners, Border Radio Holdings felt a change was needed, so in April 1998, John Myers (John Myers (radio executive)) took control over the station and it was rebranded as '''Century 106'''. The FM signal comes from the Sutton Coldfield transmitter (Sutton Coldfield television transmitter), and is audible throughout a large part of the Midlands, including the East Midlands towns of Leicester, Derby and parts of Nottingham. It can be heard with fairly decent audible quality in Kingswood Bristol. This is because Kingswood is very high up meaning there is a clear line of sight between the north and Kingswood. The station is available on DAB (Digital audio broadcasting), thanks to eight transmitters throughout the West Midlands (West Midlands (region)) on the MXR 12A multiplex, with strong signals from The Wrekin and Ilmington in south Warwickshire. - align "center" Nottingham '''A453 (A453 road) (North)''' East Midlands Airport, Diseworth '''A453 (West)''' ''Donington Park services'' (only) rowspan "2" ''Terminus Roundabout'' M1 J23A - align "center" Nottingham, Sheffield '''M1''' ''No exit'' The city of Nottingham, particularly the district known as Lace Market, dominated the production of machine-knitted lace during the Industrial Revolution and the following decades. Little is known about the earliest celebrations. In settlements such as Carlisle (Carlisle, Cumbria), Norwich and Nottingham, corporations provided music and artillery salutes. Canterbury celebrated 5 November 1607 with 106 pounds of gunpowder and 14 pounds of match (Slow match), and three years later food and drink was provided for local dignitaries, as well as music, explosions and a parade by the local militia. Even less is known of how the occasion was first commemorated by the general public, although records indicate that in Protestant Dorchester (Dorchester, Dorset) a sermon was read, the church bells rung, and bonfires and fireworks lit. Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Nottinghamshire Nottingham Commons:Category:Nottingham


simultaneously entering the circle of young people involved with music and arts. The '''Sarajevo school of pop rock''' collectively refers to the popular music created between 1960 and 1991 by artists and bands native to Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (then part of Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)). Jancic became Professor of Piano Studies at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and was one of last staff

Austin, Texas

; (born 23 October 1930 in Lake Charles, LA and died 5 May 2001 in Austin, Texas) was a zydeco musician - music created by French speaking Creoles of South-West Louisiana. He was active from 1954 until his death during which time he largely sang and played the accordion. Chavis was also a prolific writer of zydeco songs. Many of his songs have become standards of the zydeco

Bosnia and Herzegovina

of considerable controversy and distress, both during World War II and during the Yugoslav wars. Ću Kad Sam Taki''''' (What Can I Do When I'm Like That) is the fourth comedy album from the famous Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnian comedian Ismet Horo. The '''Sarajevo school of pop rock''' collectively refers to the popular music created between 1960 and 1991 by artists and bands native

Puerto Rico

, as did American Samoa in October 2004. The Dutch (Netherlands) possession of Sint Maarten was originally scheduled to join the NANP on May 31, 2010, but the changeover was postponed to September 30, 2011. Biography Lucecita was a member of what is historically known in Puerto Rico as the ''New Wave'', or ''Nueva Ola'' of popular music, created by Alfred D. Herger, alongside Lissette and Chucho Avellanet, among others


to the performance of traditional Russian folk music, had agreed to create an album with Paul Winter. The milestone album, Earthbeat (Earthbeat (Paul Winter album)), was recorded in both New York City and Moscow, and was the first album of original music created by Americans and Russians together. This achievement came only a few years before the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the end of the Cold War. The only son of Andrey of Staritsa and Princess Euphrosyne Khovanskaya

Northern Ireland

. A recent addition to the Library's collections is the Northern Ireland Music Archive, a computerised database housing recordings, scores and other materials relating to music created by Northern Ireland composers artists. The Archive, which was funded and developed by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, was officially launched in March 2006 with much media coverage, initially housing music solely from the contemporary classical genre. Continuing development will see the archived


music created by major Chicago composers. In 2006, the choir went to Toronto, where they hosted a summit for some of the major composers from across the country of Canada. Premieres included new music from Stephen Hatfield, Eleanor Daley, Stephen Chapmen, John Burrage, and other Canadian composers as well as some Central Bucks West graduates. The organization continued to lobby for the improvement of French language services in the province. It was instrumental in the adoption

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