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Music from the Home Front

Music from the Home Front was a concert held across Australia and New Zealand on 25 April 2020, to pay tribute to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps and workers at the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic response. The concert was broadcast ...

                                               

SHC014-CoV

SHC014-CoV is a SARS-like coronavirus which infects horseshoe bats, first discovered in China in 2013. From April 2011 to September 2012, 117 anal swabs and fecal samples of bats were collected from a Chinese rufous horseshoe bat Rhinolophus sini ...

                                               

Los Altos

Los Altos is the name of several places, including: The Los Altos Jalisco region in the northeastern part of the Mexican state of Jalisco the former state of Los Altos, Central America, now divided between Guatemala and Mexico. the town of Los Al ...

                                               

Karmir

Karmir in Armenian means red. It may also refer to: Karmir Kar or Qızılqaya, Kalbajar, a village in the Kalbajar Rayon of Azerbaijan Karmir-Astkh, a rural locality a khutor in Kuzhorskoye Rural Settlement of Maykopsky District, in the Adygea Repu ...

                                               

Deer Lake

By province Deer Lake British Columbia Deer Lake Newfoundland and Labrador, a large lake in western Newfoundland Deer Lake Regional Airport, an airport located in the town of Deer Lake Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador, a town located on Deer ...

                                               

Susan Varga

Susan Varga is one of the "most accomplished of Australias second-generation, post-Holocaust autobiographers". Susan Varga is a Holocaust survivor who came to Australia at the age of five with her mother, stepfather and sister in 1948. Her biolog ...

                                               

Holme

Holme Valley, West Yorkshire Holme, West Lindsey, Lincolnshire Holme-on-Spalding-Moor Holme, Cumbria Holme, Cambridgeshire The Holme, one of the villas in Regents Park, London Holme on the Wolds Holme Moss Holme-next-the-Sea River Holme Holme Fel ...

                                               

National Route 755 (Costa Rica)

National Tertiary Route 755, or just Route 755 is a National Road Route of Costa Rica, located in the Alajuela, Puntarenas provinces.

                                               

Markandeya River, Western Ghats

Markandeya is a river of southern India. It rises in the Bailur in Khanapur Taluk of Belgaum district, Karnataka state, enters Belagavi taluk on southern side and flows towards western side of the Belagavi city and flows 66 kilometres in Belgaum ...

                                               

Belagavi Nala

Belagavi Nala is a river of southern India. It rises at Laxmi Tekdi in Belgaum city of Karnataka state, flows towards South-eastern side of the Belagavi city and flows through Camp, Station Road, Shastry Nagar, Shivaji Garden and Vishwakarmanagar ...

                                               

Well do it live

Well do it live may refer to: An outtake from Inside Edition popularized on the Internet in which Bill OReilly shouts "Fuck it, well do it live!" after becoming frustrated by a last-minute alteration to the shows teleprompter text; see Bill OReil ...

                                               

All Time Best: Original

All Time Best: Original is the greatest hits album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori released on 6 August 2014 by Japanese. The compilation album is divided into two discs: the first disc includes selected hit from Warner Pioneer period and the s ...

                                               

The Goat (Polo G album)

The Goat is the second studio album by American rapper Polo G, released on May 15, 2020, by Columbia Records. It contains the singles "Heartless" featuring Mustard, "DND", and "Go Stupid" with Stunna 4 Vegas and NLE Choppa, featuring Mike Will Ma ...

                                               

Desir

Desir is a song by Japanese pop rock duo Garnidelia. It was released as the units seventh single on August 23, 2017. It reached number 14 on Oricon and number 19 on Japan Hot 100. It was used as the ending theme song for the anime series Fate/Apo ...

                                               

Monte Castelo (song)

Monte Castelo is a song by Brazilian rock band Legião Urbana, released on As Quatro Estações. Written by vocalist and acoustic guitarist Renato Russo, the song brings verses by Portuguese poet Luis de Camões and sections of the Bible.

                                               

Pausa (Ricky Martin EP)

Pausa is the first extended play by Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin. It was released on May 29, 2020, through Sony Latin. Pausa is the first studio release by Martin since his 2015 studio album, A Quien Quiera Escuchar. Originally planned as a f ...

                                               

Exitos Originales

Exitos Originales may refer to: 14 Exitos Originales Para Ti 14 Exitos Originales compilation album released by Juan Gabriel in 1988. 20 Exitos Originales - extensive series by Sony Latin America 20 Exitos Originales, Jose 2005 20 Exitos Original ...

                                               

Grandes exitos

Grandes exitos or Grandes Exitos may refer to: Grandes Exitos Shakira album 2002 Grandes Exitos, a 1984 album by Gary Low Grandes exitos Los Prisioneros album 1991 Grandes exitos Luis Miguel album 2005 Grandes Exitos Monica Naranjo album 2002 Gra ...

                                               

Acustica

Acustica may refer to: Versão Acustica 2, the second album by Brazilian Acoustic rock musician Emmerson Nogueira Versão Acustica album, the first album by Brazilian acoustic rock musician Emmerson Nogueira Versão Acustica 3, the third album by Br ...

                                               

Exitos y Mas

Exitos y Mas, compilation album by El Gringo de la Bachata Ramon Alberto Castillo Galvez 2007 Exitos Y Algo Mas, Oscar DLeon 1991 Exitos y Mas, compilation album by Milly Quezada 2001 Exitos y Mas, compilation album by Lisandro Meza 2002 Exitos y ...

                                               

La Mas Completa Coleccion

La Mas Completa Coleccion may refer to: La Mas Completa Coleccion, an album by Lucero La Mas Completa Coleccion, an album by Tatiana La Mas Completa Coleccion Marco Antonio Solis album La Mas Completa Coleccion, an album by Enanitos Verdes La Mas ...

                                               

Exitos

Exitos may refer to: Exitos Fey album, 2000 Todos Exitos, by Diego Torres Exitos de Floria Marquez Exitos Tempo album, 2002 Exitos Don Chezina album, 2004 Exitos de Gloria Estefan Exitos 98:06, by Luis Fonsi Exitos Electric Company album, 2000

                                               

Coleccion

La Coleccion, compilation album by Alejandra Guzman Melody Records 1990 Coleccion Definitiva, compilation album by Alejandro Sanz La Coleccion Lucero album Melody Records 1990 Coleccion Romantica Juan Luis Guerra Coleccion Privada, compilation al ...

                                               

Lo Esencial

Lo Esencial or Lo Esencial de may refer to Lo Esencial, album by Armando Manzanero Lo Esencial de Alvaro, album by Alvaro Torres Lo Esencial de Annette Moreno, album by Annette Moreno Lo Esencial de Leo Dan, album by Leo Dan Lo Esencial, album by ...

                                               

Happy Accidents

Happy Accidents may refer to: Serendipity, a fortunate happenstance or pleasant surprise Happy Accidents film, starring Marisa Tomei and Vincent DOnofrio Happy Accidents, a 2011 book by actress Jane Lynch Happy Accidents, a 1989 episode of Shinin ...

                                               

Theater in South Korea

A play is an art in which an actor shows an event or character to the audience in gestures, gestures, and words depending on the play on the stage. In Korea, rituals related to shamanism and totemism began and developed into plays in the agricult ...

                                               

John Norlie

John Norlie was an English musician at the Scottish royal court. Little is known of Norlies background, training, or early career. He played the lute and the viol at the Scottish court, as the Hudson brothers had done. On 1 May 1599 he was descri ...

                                               

Adesida I

Adesida I was a Nigerian monarch. He ruled the Akure Kingdom from June 22, 1897 until 1957. His lineal descendants are today known as the House of Adesida, part of the Ojijigogun Royal House. The Ojijigoguns serve as one of Akures two legally rec ...

                                               

Edmund Kurtz

Edmund Kurtz was a Russian-born Australian cellist. He was renowned his "impeccable technique", "innate musicality", and his "rich tone" with a "warm, sensuous quality that seldom loses its luster". In a career spanning 60 years, he performed int ...

                                               

Evaldo Gouveia

Evaldo Gouveia de Oliveira, better known as simply Evaldo Gouveia, was a Brazilian singer-songwriter of the genre MPB.

                                               

Fred Werner

Fred Werner born Gottfried W Werner was an Australian composer, music teacher. He was possibly born near Berlin where he attended the prestigious Stern Conservatory and studied under Polish composer Theodor Kullak. He migrated to Coolabah near Du ...

                                               

Mayer Schorr

Mayer Schorr was a cantor in Vienna. He was the father of operatic baritone Friedrich Schorr. He was born in Falticeni, Romania. For years he held the title of Oberkantor. He was cantor of the Stadttempel in Vienna. In 1902 he published a selecti ...

                                               

Talos (musician)

Eoin French grew up on the northside of Cork. He trained as an architect and lectured in architecture at University College Cork. He was a member of band Hush War Cry, and also studied at Cork School of Music. His stage name is in reference to th ...

                                               

Lady Donli

Zainab Elizabeth Donli, known as Lady Donli, is a Nigerian musician. She is an alternative R&B, hip hop, alternative jazz and Afrobeats singer and songwriter.

                                               

Occide Jeanty

Occide Jeanty was born in 1860 in Port-au-Prince He was educated at Alexandre Petion High School in Port-au-Prince. His father, Occilius Jeanty 1830–1882, was both director of the Central School of Music in Port-au-Prince, professor of mathematic ...

                                               

Lucy Smith Collier

Lucy Smith Collier, also known as "Little Lucy" Smith, was a gospel singer, pianist, organist, and composer. She led the female gospel group, The Little Lucy Smith Singers, and was a vocalist and accompanist for the Roberta Martin Singers. The gr ...

                                               

Fracture (Bleed from Within album)

Bleed from Within Scott Kennedy – vocals Ali Richardson – drums, percussion Davie Provan – bass Steven Jones – rhythm guitar, clean vocals Craig "Goonzi" Gowans – lead guitar Additional musician Matt Heafy – guitar solo track 6 Production and des ...

                                               

Griffith William Hughes

Griffith William Hughes was a Welsh accountant and musician. Hughes was the son of Ann and Griffith Hughes, born in the North Wales village Cefn Mawr, Denbighshire. In his early years, he took part in musical classes managed by J.O. Jones, Pen-y- ...

                                               

Come Down, O Love Divine

"Come Down, O Love Divine" is a Christian hymn usually sung for the festival of Pentecost. It makes reference to the descent of the Holy Spirit as an invocation to God to come to into the soul of the believer. It is a popular piece of Anglican ch ...

                                               

Arthur White

Arthur White may refer to: Arthur Silva White 1859–1932, British administrator, geographer and travel author Arthur L. White 1907–1991, Seventh-day Adventist and authority on his grandmother Ellen White Arthur Arnim White 1889–1981, American gene ...

                                               

Calling card

Calling card may refer to: Visiting card, a card used socially to signify a visit made to a house if the occupant is absent, or as an introduction for oneself; the precursor to the modern business card Tart card, an ad stuck to a phone box to adv ...

                                               

Alfred Anderson (pianist)

Alfred Anderson was an Australian pianist of Jewish extraction who had a promising career but died young. He married the soprano Ilma de Murska shortly before his death.

                                               

Lucius Brooks

Lucius "Dusty" Holcey Brooks was a musician, recording artist, and actor in American films. An African American, he portrayed a comedic sidekick in several Western films with African American casts. He performed as part of the Four Tones in sever ...

                                               

Behind the eight ball

Behind the eight ball may refer to: "Behind the Eight Ball", a 1947 song by Johnny Tyler Behind the Eight Ball, a 1942–1956 series of short comedy films with Joe McDoakes Behind the 8 Ball, a 1964 album by US organist Baby Face Willette Behind th ...

                                               

We Are One (global collaboration song)

We Are One is a global collaboration song produced by Kashan Admani in Dream Station Productions. This song features 40 musicians from 7 countries all coming together to give a message of hope during Covid-19 pandemic.

                                               

Chris Matthews (disambiguation)

Chris Matthews is an American talk-show host. Chris Matthews or Christopher Matthews may also refer to: Chris Matthews musician, New Zealand rock musician Chris Matthews gridiron football born 1989, American football wide receiver Chris Matthews, ...

                                               

List of Royal Canadian Air Force Bands

The Royal Canadian Air Force maintained multiple military bands during its close to a century of existence. All Canadian military bands, including RCAF bands, provide entertainment and public affairs support to their units and communities. These ...

                                               

Hazeldine (disambiguation)

Hazeldine is an American alternative country four-piece band. Hazeldine may also refer to: James Hazeldine 1947–2002, British actor Alan Hazeldine 1948–2008, British pianist and conductor Stuart Hazeldine born 1971, British screenwriter, film pro ...

                                               

Stohl

Stohl or Stohl is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Jan Stohl 1932–1993, Slovak astronomer, namesake of asteroid 3715 Stohl Hollylynne Stohl, American mathematics and statistics educator Margaret Stohl born 1967, American novel ...

                                               

O (disambiguation)

Do not confuse with the Greek lowercase letter phi ɸ, which is used for various purposes Diameter ⌀ Empty set ∅ {\displaystyle \varnothing }, in mathematical set theory Slashed zero 0̸, a representation of the number 0 zero to distinguish it from ...