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Durrës

183-U0906-533, Alexander Moissi.jpg thumb left 200px Moisiu as Prince Kalaf in Gozzi's ''Turandot (Turandot (Gozzi))'', Deutsches Theater, Berlin, December 1911 After an international childhood in Trieste, Durrës and at a Graz boarding school, 20-year-old Aleksandër finally settled with his mother and two sisters in the Austrian capital Vienna. He began vocal studies and applied for a drama training at the ''k.k. Hofburgtheater (Burgtheater)'', but was rejected due to his


Vienna

''Turandot (Turandot (Gozzi))'', Deutsches Theater, Berlin, December 1911 After an international childhood in Trieste, Durrës and at a Graz boarding school, 20-year-old Aleksandër finally settled with his mother and two sisters in the Austrian capital Vienna. He began vocal studies and applied for a drama training at the ''k.k. Hofburgtheater (Burgtheater)'', but was rejected due to his strong Italian accent and had to confine himself to mute roles. It was his

to be going to France. Shearer refused any complimentary make-up for this scene, and chose to look as haggard and exhausted as the real queen in her final moments. Early life Coertse, born in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, matriculated at the Helpmekaar Girls High School in Johannesburg. She began vocal studies in South Africa in 1949. H. Rosenthal and J. Warrack, ''Concise Oxford Dictionary of Opera'' (OUP, London 1974 printing). In July 1953 she married the broadcaster


Prague

Garden in Moscow in 1893, but it never materialized. thumb left 200px Moisiu as Prince Kalaf in Gozzi's '' Turandot (Gozzi) Turandot (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-U0906-533, Alexander Moissi.jpg)'', Deutsches Theater, Berlin, December 1911 After an international childhood in Trieste, Durrës and at a Graz boarding school, 20-year-old Aleksandër finally settled with his mother and two sisters in the Austrian capital Vienna. He began vocal studies and applied for a drama training


Oslo

popular 1980 recording of ''Carmina Burana (Carmina Burana (Orff))'', with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. In 1985, he was appointed vocalist to King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Music at the Indiana University Bloomington School of Music. Hagegard also holds a Professorship in Vocal Studies at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo, Norway. Al Bishop and the Faxar from Iceland recorded the song in Oslo on August 23, 1967, released as single HMV (His Master's Voice) 45-AL 6149. Norway Norway has long-distance bus routes within the country. They operate in barely inhabited areas, including mountains, and affect the construction of a comprehensive railway network. Except in the area Oslo, Norway, therefore, has only a rather wide-meshed rail network, which is north of the Arctic Circle to the stations in Fauske and Bodø, and to the north of Narvik and the Swedish rail network is connected. Many of the routes are based on random railways. In addition to this web, they provide public passenger transport by many more companies within Norway than airlines, shipping lines (including the Hurtigruten) and bus lines, including many long-distance bus lines. In the north of the country (especially in the county Finnmarken (Finnmark (province))), a particular type of bus is used, which has both a passenger compartment and a loading area in the rear to take account for the fact that many remote villages are connected to the outside world only via these buses, thus achieving a large part of the cargo by bus to the city. Royal yacht In September, 1960, ''Jutlandia'' became a Royal Yacht when EAC placed it at the disposal of the king of Thailand and his suite during the official visit to Scandinavia by Their Majesties King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit. From Copenhagen, the Royal couple sailed in ''Jutlandia'' to Oslo, the capital of Norway, and Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. thumb The ''Götheborg'' berthed in Fremantle, Western Australia Fremantle (Image:Götheborg-Freo.jpg) harbour on 14 May 2006 thumb right ''Götheborg'' in Oslo (Image:Goteborg 2005.jpg), at the 100 year celebration of the dissolution of the Union (dissolution of the Union between Sweden and Norway) between Norway and Sweden on 10 June 2005 WikiPedia:Oslo Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Oslo Commons:Category:Oslo


Stockholm

was appointed vocalist to King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Music at the Indiana University Bloomington School of Music. Hagegard also holds a Professorship in Vocal Studies at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo, Norway. Prosperin was a lecturer in mathematics and physics at Uppsala University in 1767, professor of observational astronomy (Observator) in 1773 – 1796, and professor of Astronomy in 1797 – 1798. He became a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA) in Stockholm in 1771 and a member of the Royal Society of Sciences in Uppsala in 1774 (secretary from 1786 onwards). Professional career Suter was selected with the 120th pick in the 1977 NHL Entry Draft by the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL (National Hockey League) and also no. 58 overall in the 1977 World Hockey Association draft by the Birmingham Bulls. He rejected Los Angeles' contract offer following the 1980 Olympics, and instead sat out 1980-81 season to become an unrestricted free agent. He came out of retirement in the spring of 1981 to play for the United States team at the 1981 Ice Hockey World Championship tournament in Stockholm. Suter signed with the Minnesota North Stars as unrestricted free agent in 1981, but spent the entire 1981–82 season in the Central Hockey League (Central Hockey League (1963-84)) with the Nashville South Stars farm team. He retired in 1982 without playing a single game in the NHL. Biography He was born on October 8, 1604 in Livland. In 1622 he became a weapon page to Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, then he was a captain in Queen Kristina's honor guard. He was promoted to major general in the cavalry, a commanding officer for the Finnish militia, and later the governor of the Finland. He was raised to nobility as Baron on February 12, 1680. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


Berlin

'''Tassilo, Baron von Heydebrand und der Lasa''' (known in English as "Baron von der Lasa", 17 October 1818, Berlin – 27 July 1899, Storchnest (Osieczna) near Lissa (Leszno), Greater Poland, then German Empire) was an important German chess master, chess historian and theoretician (Chess theory) of the nineteenth century, a member of the Berlin Chess Club and a founder of the Berlin Chess School (the Berlin Pleiades). Von der Lasa was born 17 October 1818 in Berlin. He studied law in Bonn and Berlin. From 1845 he was a diplomat in the service of Prussia. His career took him to Stockholm, Copenhagen, and Rio de Janeiro, among other places. He retired from the diplomatic service in 1864, and thereafter devoted himself to the world of chess. DATE OF BIRTH 17 October 1818 PLACE OF BIRTH Berlin, Germany DATE OF DEATH 27 July 1899 thumb Carl Stumpf. (File:Carlstumpf.jpg) '''Carl Stumpf''' (21 April 1848, Wiesentheid – 25 December 1936, Berlin) was a German (germany) philosopher (Philosophy) and psychologist (Psychology). Inspired by Franz Brentano and Hermann Lotze, he is known for his impact on phenomenology (phenomenology (philosophy)), one of the most important philosophical trends of the twentieth century. He had an important influence on Edmund Husserl, the founder of modern phenomenology (Phenomenology (philosophy)), as well as Max Wertheimer, Wolfgang Köhler and Kurt Koffka, co-founders of ''Gestalt'' psychology (Gestalt psychology). Stumpf is also considered one of the pioneers of comparative musicology and ethnomusicology. He held positions in the philosophy departments at the Universities of Göttingen, Würzburg, Prague, Munich and Halle, before obtaining a professorship at the University of Berlin. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. He was very eager to obtain his university (after only one year of studies in Berlin he obtained his PhD at Giessen with ''„magna cum laude“'', then after an year, he got his licence at the Philology and Philosophy University of Sorbona and one year later, after he studied at the University of Paris, he took his licence in Law), but his eagerness did not affect his demureness in his studies; the foundations of Maiorescu's extremely solid culture were established during that period of time. PhD In December 1860 he got his licence in Philology and Philosophy at Sorbonne due to the acknowledgment of his doctorate from Giessen. The following year, he published his Philosophy essay entitled ''Einiges Philosophische in gemeinfasslicher Form'' („Philosophical Considerations for Everybody's Understanding”) in Berlin, obviously under the influence of Herbart's and Feuerbach's ideas. In 1863 Titu Maiorescu published in Iaşi the "Yearbook of the Gymnasium and the Boarding School from Iaşi for the School Year 1862–1863"; the yearbook was preceded by his thesis: „''Why Should the Latin Language be Studied in Gymnasium as Part of the Foundation of Moral Education?''” On 28 March Titu Maiorescu's daughter, Livia, was born. She later married Dymsza; she died in 1946. On 8 October Titu Maiorescu is elected to lead the Institute Vasilian from Iaşi, which needed to be „fundamentally reorganized“. In order to complete this mission, commissioned by the Minister of Public Directions from back then, Alexandru Odobescu, he travelled on a documentary journey to Berlin and later he returned to Iaşi on 4 January 1864. On 10 March 1861, Titu Maiorescu held a lecture (''Die alte französische Tragödie und die Wagnersche Musik'' — „The Old French Tragedy and Wagner (Richard Wagner)'s Music”) in Berlin for the benefit of the monument of Lessing from Kamenz, which he repeated on 12 April in Paris, at the „''Cercle des sociétés savantes''“ (Circle of Academic Societies) and later renewed in the form of a communication, on 27 April in Berlin, at the Philosophy Society. Hartmann was born of German descent in Riga, which was then the capital of the Russian province of Livonia, and which is now in Latvia. He studied Medicine at the University of Tartu (then Jurjev), then Philosophy in St. Petersburg (Saint Petersburg) and at the University of Marburg in Germany, where he took his Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) and Habilitation. He was professor of philosophy in Marburg (1922–25), Cologne (1925–31), Berlin (1931–45) and Göttingen (1945–50), where he died. Originally a Marburg neo-Kantian, studying under Hermann Cohen and Paul Natorp, Hartmann developed his own philosophy which has been described as a variety of existentialism or critical realism. Among Hartmann's many students were Boris Pasternak, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Émil Cioran


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