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numerous songs


Monte Carlo

pages p. 27 Excerpts from ''La coupe du roi de Thulé'', edited by Winton Dean, were broadcast by the BBC on 12 July 1955, Dean (1980), p. 762 and ''Le docteur Miracle'' was revived in London on 8 December 1957 by the Park Lane Group. Warrack and West, pp. 195 and 201 Items from ''Vasco da Gama'' and ''Ivan IV'' have been recorded, as have numerous songs and the complete piano music. Formula One looks set to enter an era of standardised engines. The FIA (w:FIA) is meeting with teams in Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo) and is expected to approve the use by some teams of a standardised power unit provided by Cosworth (w:Cosworth), an automotive engineering company, from 2010 onwards. The move to a standard engine, which is common in lower tiers of open wheeled racing such as GP2 (w:GP2 Series), was pushed for by FIA President Max Mosley (w:Max Mosley) earlier this year as he aims to reduce team costs. This would not see the exclusion of manufacturer made engines, as at this time participation in the system would be voluntary and teams would be free to build licensed Cosworth engines or their own powerplants but on a performance par with the Cosworth unit. Mosley has stated that stabilising Formula One means that the FIA "...must stabilize the system with a base engine which anyone can have and which is inexpensive, as well as a standard gearbox" and has warned of future budget problems, saying that "Honda pulled out because of falling car sales and there is no guarantee that these falling sales, which affect all manufacturers, will not drop further". thumb left Circuit de Monaco (File:Circuit_Monaco.svg) Brawn (w:Brawn GP) Mercedes (w:Mercedes-Benz in motorsport) driver Jenson Button (w:Jenson Button) won today's FIA (w:Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile) Formula One (w:Formula One) 2009 (w:2009 Monaco Grand Prix) Grand Prix de Monaco (w:Monaco Grand Prix) on the Circuit de Monaco (w:Circuit de Monaco) at Monte Carlo (w:Monte Carlo), Monaco. This became his fifth win this season (w:2009 Formula One season).


Kathmandu

, and India. The city has been referenced in numerous songs, including works by Cat Stevens ('Katmandu', ''Mona Bone Jakon'' (1970)), Bob Seger ('Katmandu', ''Beautiful Loser'' (1975)), Rush (Rush (band)) ('A Passage to Bangkok', ''Pulling into Kathmandu''; ''2112 (2112 (album))'', 1976), Krematorij ('Kathmandu', ''Three Springs'' (2000)) and Fito Páez (''Tráfico por Katmandú'' – "Traffic through Kathmandu


Shreveport, Louisiana

was in Shreveport, Louisiana as the local TV station's Bozo the Clown. Later he moved to San Francisco, working for some time as a cycle courier and joining the AAA Acting Company. Music Evangeline has also been the subject of numerous songs. A popular French song titled "Evangeline" written in 1971 by Michel Conte and originally sung by Isabelle Pierre is based on her story. This song, performed by Annie Blanchard, won the 2006 ADISQ award for "Most popular


Dhaka

the Michael Madhusudan Award. He performed a concert in Dhaka as well. Immediately after returning from this trip, he suffered a major heart attack (myocardial infarction) on September 26 and breathed his last at 11:15 pm in a nursing home in South Calcutta. Interestingly, even 15 years after his death, Gramophone Company of India releases at least one album by him every year, repackaging his older songs, because of the commercial viability of his songs. His legacy still lives on through the numerous

songs he has recorded, music he has composed and through many male singers in Bengal and the rest of India who continue to imitate his singing style. Computerized planetariums thumb left 190px Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (File:Bhashani Novo Theatre Dhaka.jpg) Planetarium(Est.2003), Dhaka, Bangladesh uses Astrotec perforated aluminum curtain, GSS-Helios Space Simulator, Astrovision-70 and many other special effects projectors


Havana

Cemetery . Arditi's best-known operas are: ''I Briganti'', ''II Corsaro'', and ''La Spia'', ("The Spy"). In addition he wrote numerous songs and vocal waltzes, the most popular of which are "Il Bacio" ("The Kiss", dedicated to Gottardo Aldighieri), "Le TortorelIe", "Se Seran Rose", and the "Parla Waltz". On February 29, 1980, after many years as contemporary music station, competition from FM competitors forced the station


Ghana

name "Sway record label" Second album Following the release and critical acclaim of his debut album, Sway started recording his second album which he had been planning from the ''This Is My Promo'' mixtape series. In the run up to the album's release, Sway featured on numerous songs and signed to Akon's Konvict Muzik record label in 2007. Sway released


Vienna

, other symphonic works, chamber music and numerous songs and piano works. He held various public posts and was elected member of the Academy of Athens (Academy of Athens (modern)). A passionate composer, he has a personal post romantic idiom characterised by his rich harmonies and orchestrations, complex counterpoint, his long eastern melodies and the frequent use of Greek folk rhythms. A preoccupation with love and death transcends all five of his music dramas. death_date

was in England, conducting at Covent Garden (Royal Opera House) and in various prestigious theatres and promenade concerts in London's parks. He died at Hove, near Brighton (England), and is buried in Hove Cemetery (Cemeteries and crematoria in Brighton and Hove#Hove Cemetery). Arditi's best-known operas are: ''I Briganti'', ''II Corsaro'', and ''La Spia'', ("The Spy"). In addition he wrote numerous songs and vocal waltzes, the most popular of which are "Il Bacio


Kiev

culture Russian art . In 2005 Kiev hosted the 50th annual (Eurovision Song Contest 2005) Eurovision Song Contest as a result of Ruslana's (Ruslana) "Wild Dances" victory in 2004. Numerous songs and paintings were dedicated to the city. Some songs became part of Russian, Ukrainian, and Polish folklore, less known are German and Jewish. The most popular songs are "Without Podil, Kiev is impossible" and "How not to love you, Kiev of mine?". Renowned Ukrainian


Madrid

and Madrid. After 1885, he was in England, conducting at Covent Garden (Royal Opera House) and in various prestigious theatres and promenade concerts in London's parks. He died at Hove, near Brighton (England), and is buried in Hove Cemetery (Cemeteries and crematoria in Brighton and Hove#Hove Cemetery). Arditi's best-known operas are: ''I Briganti'', ''II Corsaro'', and ''La Spia'', ("The Spy"). In addition he wrote numerous songs and vocal waltzes, the most


Singapore

1987) was a Singaporean composer originally from the Minangkabau (Minangkabau people) highlands of Indonesia who composed the national anthem of Singapore, "''Majulah Singapura''" ("Onward Singapore"). A self-taught musician, Zubir also worked as a score arranger and songwriter for Cathay-Keris Film Productions (Cathay Organisation#Studio operations) for 12 years, composing numerous songs for the company's Malay films. He is believed to have written about 1,500 songs, with less than 10% of them ever recorded. Commons:Category:Singapore Wikipedia:Singapore Dmoz:Regional Asia Singapore


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