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  • ...ility of Wi-Fi, [[transportation]] solutions, medical trials, university research and development expenditures, advanced degrees held by the work force, and ... Bureau,'' 2006, [
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  • ...ll professional musicians, ranging from church organists and court chamber musicians to composers. ...g, such as [[Johann Adam Reincken]] and [[Nicholas Bruhns]]. Through these musicians, he most likely gained access to the largest instruments he had ever playe
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  • *''In Search of the Lost Chord,'' ''On The Threshold of A Dream,'' ''Seventh Sojourn'' ( While the first musicians to be influenced by psychedelic drugs were in the [[jazz]] and [[folk]] sc
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  • [[Image:Miles Davis by Palumbo.jpg|thumb|250px|right| Jazz musician Miles Davis: photograph portrait by Tom Palumbo]], personality. As an increasingly well-paid and fashionably-dressed jazz musician, Davis was also a symbol of jazz music's commercial potential.
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  • ...urch of Saint Sebald]] ''(Sebalduskirche),'' and [[Heinrich Schwemmer]], a musician and music teacher who later became the [[Cantor (church)|cantor]] of the sa ...elbel is similar to [[Joseph Haydn|Haydn]], who too served as professional musician of the ''Stephansdom'' in his youth and as such was exposed to music of the
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  • ...of good fortune, and his Jewish background, was resented by certain fellow musicians and critics and even used as a platform for diminishing his talent as lack ... no longer "an apprentice but a fully-fledged member of the brotherhood of musicians" such as [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]], [[Joseph Haydn|Haydn]], and [
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  • ...of Wellington|Duke of Wellington]] and the [[William II of the Netherlands|Prince of Orange]] in the [[Battle of Quatre Bras]] on the same day. ...orate the location where his son, [[William II of the Netherlands]] (the [[Prince of Orange]]), was knocked from his horse by a musket ball to the shoulder a
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  • For a long time the Noricans enjoyed independence under [[prince]]s of their own and carried on commerce with the Romans, until Noricum was ...of the [[Privilegium Maius]], which ''de facto'' put him on par with the [[Prince-Elector|Elector]]s of the [[Holy Roman Empire]], compensating for Austria's
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  • Al-Faribi was also a musician who invented and played a variety of musical instruments. He wrote a notabl ...astered several languages and fields of knowledge, and was an accomplished musician. Al-Faribi lived through the reign of six Abbasid Caliphs. He traveled to [
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  • ...e [[Rastafari|Rastafari movement]], which influenced many prominent reggae musicians in the 1970s and 1980s. The messages contained in these songs tend to deal ...t it was producer [[Prince Buster|Cecil Campbell]], more commonly known as Prince Buster, who fathered the form with his label Wild Bells. All 13 tracks from
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  • A hugely influential [[jazz]] musician, Coltrane has been credited with reshaping modern jazz and with being the p ...e of Davis's leadership traits for his future groups, such as allowing his musicians to solo with little interference, eschewing bandstand banter or tune ident
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  • |capital = [[Port-au-Prince]] ...of Haiti is 10,714 square miles (27,750 kmĀ²) and its capital is [[Port-au-Prince]].
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  • ... Donaueschingen, and Munich. During this trip Mozart met a great number of musicians and acquainted himself with the works of other great composers. A particul ...ollowing year, he visited Vienna in the company of his employer, the harsh Prince-Archbishop Colloredo. When they returned to Salzburg, Mozart, who was then
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  • aligned north-south, but is tilted by slightly more than two degrees. Researchers now believe that the axis was designed in the [[Yuan Dynasty]] to be ali ...E") with intricate roofs boasting 72 ridges, reproducing the [[Pavilion of Prince Teng]] and the [[Yellow Crane Tower|Yellow Crane Pavilion]] as they appeare
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  • Rossini was born into a family of musicians in Pesaro, a small town on the Adriatic coast of [[Italy]]. His father Giu ...annually. This was an amazingly lucrative arrangement for any professional musician at that time.
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  • ...derations of clans arose. [[Siddhartha Gautama]] (563–483 B.C.E.), a prince of the Shakya confederation, renounced his royalty to lead an ascetic life ...atened her power. The plot was uncovered and the queen had several hundred princes and chieftains executed after an armed clash. This came to be known as the
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  • Later research indicated that the culture had developed gradually and continuously. In Ire An Irish folksong is often referred to as a "bard," and many traveling musicians in the Celtic culture were known as minstrals, singing of tales they learn
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  • ...[[painting]]s were needed to fill them. The [[Counter-Reformation]] Church searched for authentic [[religious art]] with which to counter the threat of [[Pro Caravaggio executed a number of intimate chamber-pieces—''The Musicians,'' ''The Lute Player,'' a tipsy ''Bacchus,'' an allegorical but realistic
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  • ... the distance on foot. Ironically, since the unions forbade the actors and musicians to perform from the stage, ''The Cradle Will Rock'' began with Blitzstein ...d him two weekly series, ''[[Hello Americans]]'', which was based on the research he'd done in Brazil, and ''[[Ceiling Unlimited]],'' sponsored by [[Lockheed
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  • ...ically characterize the Pashtuns.<ref>Olivier Roy. ''Globalized Islam: The Search For A New Ummah.'' (New York: Columbia University Press original 1980, 2006 The Pashtuns have an ancient history, much still unresearched. From the second millennium B.C.E. to the present, Pashtun regions have s
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