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Holton

In Canada: Holton Creek Pepeshquasati River, a river in Quebec In the United Kingdom: Holton, Oxfordshire Holton Le Clay railway station Holton, Vale of Glamorgan Holton Village railway station Holton, Suffolk also known as Holton St. Peter to di ...

                                               

Tucket

Tucket is a musical term often found in stage directions in Elizabethan drama. It represents: The English form of the Italian musical term, toccata ; or more generally, A fanfare or bugle call A tucket is a short organ piece played at a baseball ...

                                               

Don Harris

Don or Donald Harris may refer to: Don Harris journalist 1936–1978, NBC News correspondent killed at Jonestown Donald Harris composer 1931–2016, American composer Don Harris American football born 1954, former American football safety Donald Harr ...

                                               

DBR

DBR may refer to: Drum-Buffer-Rope, in the theory of constraints DBR Class of diesel locomotive, New Zealand Dowel bar retrofit, highway crack treatment De Bellis Renationis, renaissance wargaming rules Deuterium bromide, chemical formula DBr Dis ...

                                               

August Eichhorn

Born in Mainz, from 1933 until he was drafted into the military in 1942 Eichhorn was solo cellist at Leipzigs Gewandhaus and taught at the University of Music and Theatre Leipzig. He also taught at the Hochschule fur Musik und Darstellende Kunst ...

                                               

Caspar Rene Hirschfeld

Born in Wernigerode, Hirschfeld received his first violin lessons at the music school from the age of 5. At the age of 9 he began composing. From 1982 to 1987 he studied composition with Udo Zimmermann and Wilfried Kratzschmar and violin with Chr ...

                                               

Thrissur (disambiguation)

Thrissur is the Cultural Capital of the Indian state of Kerala. Thrissur may also refer to: Thrissur district, a central Kerala district Thrissur Lok Sabha constituency, one of the 20 Lok Sabha constituency in Kerala Thrissur C. Rajendran, a note ...

                                               

Gerhard Bosse

Bosse was born in Wurzen in 1922 as son of the military musician Oskar Bosse 1893-1979 and grew up in Greiz. He received his first violin lessons from his father at the age of six. From 1930 he was instructed by the Konzertmeister of the ReuSisch ...

                                               

Jelonek

Jelonek may refer to the following places: Jelonek, Przysucha County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Jelonek, Lipsko County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Jelonek, Gniezno County in Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central ...

                                               

Dietmar Hallmann

Dietmar Hallmann is a German musician who was professor for viola and chamber music at the University of Music and Theatre Leipzig.

                                               

Hans-Christian Bartel

Born in Altenburg, Bartel was the son of a teacher. He got his first violin lessons at the age of six. After graduating from high school he studied violin and viola with Gerhard Bosse and music composition with Ottmar Gerster at the University of ...

                                               

Matthias Sannemuller

Born in Leipzig, Sannemuller was born in 1951 as son of the concertmaster Horst Sannemuller and the opera singer Philine Fischer. In his youth he learned piano and violin from Klaus Hertel. From 1966 he attended the Musikgymnasium Schloss Belvede ...

                                               

Nervosa (band)

Nervosa is a Brazilian thrash metal band from São Paulo. The band is signed to Napalm Records and has released three studio albums. All band members are women.

                                               

Percy Jones

Percy Jones may refer to: Percy L. Jones 1875–1941, US Army Medical Corps officer Percy Jones musician born 1947, Welsh bass guitarist Percy Jones rugby player 1887–1969, Welsh international rugby player Percy Jones footballer 1908–1960, Australi ...

                                               

Kevin Burke

Kevin Burke may refer to: Kevin Burke CEO, chairman, president, and CEO of Consolidated Edison Kevin Burke musician born 1950, Irish fiddler Kevin Burke judge born 1950, district judge in Hennepin County, Minnesota Kevin C. A. Burke 1929-2018, a ...

                                               

Big Green

Big Green may refer to: Athletic teams are known as the Dartmouth Big Green The nickname for Dartmouth College Lake Big Green, Green Lake County, Wisconsin Hokkaido Big Green, a nickname for Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan Big Green, a number ...

                                               

David Little

David Little may refer to: David M. Little 1861–1923, American businessman and politician from Salem, Massachusetts David Little linebacker 1959–2005, former professional American football linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers David John Little ...

                                               

David Lewis (singer)

David Lewis was the lead singer/guitarist for the 1980s, and 1990s R&B, POP supergroup Atlantic Starr. He left the band in 1994 to return to his Christian roots. He and his wife Marian, a, are the co-founders of Into the Light Ministries, a C ...

                                               

Chris Davis

Chris Davis, Canadian ice hockey player drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in 1993 Chris Davis fighter born 1982, American mixed martial artist Chris Davis baseball born 1986, Major League Baseball player

                                               

Byard

Byard may refer to: Surname Thomas Byard died 1800, officer of the British Royal Navy during the French Revolutionary Wars Philip Byard Clayton known as "Tubby Clayton" 1885–1972, Anglican clergyman and the founder of Toc H D. J. Byard Douglas Jo ...

                                               

Love meter

A love meter, love tester or love teller may refer to: Love tester machine, a type of amusement, which upon receiving credit tries to rate the subjects romanticism or love abilities Hand boiler, a glass sculpture sometimes used as a collectors it ...

                                               

Soggadi Pellam

Soggadi Pellam is a 1996 Telugu drama film produced by M A Gafoor and directed by Muthyala Subbaiah. The film features Mohan Babu, Ramya Krishnan and Monica Bedi in lead roles. The films musical score is by Saluri Koteswara Rao and was released o ...

                                               

Elway Bevin

Elway Bevin was a Welsh organist and composer. Briefly a vicar choral at Wells Cathedral, in 1585 he was appointed Master of the Choristers at Bristol Cathedral. He was sworn a gentleman-extraordinary of the Chapel Royal on 3 June 1605, and is sa ...

                                               

John Austin Clark

John Austin Clark is an American music director and keyboardist. He plays piano and historical keyboards, including harpsichord, organ and fortepiano. He is a founder and current director of Bourbon Baroque.

                                               

Deconstructed club

Deconstructed club, also known as post-club or deconstructed music is an experimental electronic dance music genre, called to be a post-modernism equivalent to house and techno.

                                               

Aaron Axelsen

Aaron Axelsen is an American dj who works introducing alternative and other new music. For 23 years he was music director of Live 105 in San Francisco where he was the first to play on commercial radio, among others, Arcade Fire, Bastille, Coldpl ...

                                               

Saara

Saara, Rio de Janeiro, a shopping district in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

                                               

Jehoram

Jehoram was the name of several individuals in the Tanakh. The female version of this name is Athaliah. Jehoram of Judah or Joram, King of Judah ruled c. 849/48–842/41 A Levite of the family of Gershom 1 Chronicles 26:25 The son of Toi, King of H ...

                                               

Cornelia Yzer

From 1990 to 1998 Yzer was a member of the German Bundestag as a directly elected member of the constituency Markischer Kreis I NRW. On 3 May 1992 she was appointed Parliamentary State Secretary to the then Federal Minister for Women and Youth An ...

                                               

VKTM

VKTM is a song by Romanian producer Sickotoy, singer Inna and TAG. It was released for digital download and streaming as a single on 29 May 2020 by Global Records. Breyan Isaac wrote the track, while Sickotoy received credit as its sole producer. ...

                                               

Oleta

Oleta Crain 1913–2007, African-American military officer and federal civil servant Oleta Adams, American soul, jazz, and gospel singer and pianist Oleta Kirk Abrams, one of the three founders of Bay Area Women Against Rape, the first rape crisis ...

                                               

Edna Richardson

Edna Richardson, also known as LeJeune Richardson, is an American singer, dancer and actress. She was an Ikette in the Ike & Tina Turner Revue in the 1960s and 1970s, and later a dancer for Tina Turner in the 1980s and 1990s. Richardson was a bac ...

                                               

CINC (disambiguation)

CINC may refer to: The Commander-In-Chief born Berit Hagen in 1989, a Norwegian female guitarist and singer Commander-in-chief, the person or body that exercises supreme operational command and control of a nations military forces Composite Index ...

                                               

Commander in Chief (disambiguation)

A commander-in-chief is the commander of a nations military forces or significant element of those forces. Commander in Chief may refer to: Commander in Chief horse 1990–2007, a British thoroughbred racehorse Commander-in-Chiefs Trophy – a colleg ...

                                               

Valentine Yanovna Zhubinskaya

Valentine Yanovna Zhubinskaya was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine. She was a composer, concertmistress, lecturer, and pianist. Zhubinskaya was the concertmistress at Kharkiv State Theatre until 1948, while studying piano under M. Pilstrom and compositio ...

                                               

Stefania Anatolyevna Zaranek

Stefania Anatolyevna Zaranek was a Soviet composer, pianist, and artistic director. She was born in Kotelnich, Russia, and studied at the Leningrad Conservatory with M. Steinberg and Samariy Savshinsky. After graduating in 1926, she taught piano ...

                                               

Amirul Momenin Manik

He was born on 3 February 1982 in an aristocratic Muslim cultural family in Gobindpur Nangla Kathpara village of Melandaha Upazila of Jamalpur District. Local Melandah Umir Uddin passed SSC from Pilot High School. After that he passed HSC from As ...

                                               

Venya

Venya may refer to: Venya, the third-level of Mount Celestia, a plane of existence in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game Venya, the rat from the Russian computer-animated movie Space Dogs Venya, a diminutive of the Russian male firs ...

                                               

Pawat Chittsawangdee

Pawat Chittsawangdee, born March 22, 2000) is a Thai actor. He is known for his main roles as Frame in MCOT HDs Make It Right, as Thun in GMMTVs Hes Coming to Me and as Dew in the film Dew.

                                               

Lance Martin

Lance Martin was a jazz flute player and music instructor at Wellesley College in Boston Massachusetts. Martin moved to Boston to attend college. He joined Roxbury’s Twelfth Baptist Church, and established the 12th Baptist Gospel Brass Ensemble, ...

                                               

B-Sides and Rarities

B-Sides and Rarities may refer to: B-Sides & Rarities The Format album 2007 B-Sides & Rarities CKY album 2011 B-Sides and Rarities Cake album 2007 B-Sides & Rarities Deftones album 2005 B-Sides & Rarities Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds album 2005 B-Si ...

                                               

Bill Lovelock

William Lawrence Lovelock was born in Sydney on 19 June 1922 and died in the North Sydney suburb of Ryde City on 8 August 2003. He was a songwriter and broadcaster with successes in Australia, Great Britain and the United States.

                                               

Miwok (disambiguation)

Sierra Miwok language Central Sierra Miwok Lake Miwok language Northern Sierra Miwok Bay Miwok language Southern Sierra Miwok Coast Miwok language Miwok languages

                                               

Ayu Saraswati

Ayu Saraswati is an Indonesian Peoples Consultative Assembly Ambassador, doctor, fashion model and beauty pageant titleholder who won the title of Puteri Indonesia Lingkungan 2020. She is Known for her work in advocating for elderly care and free ...

                                               

7. Koğustaki Mucize

7. Koğustaki Mucize, also called Yedinci Koğustaki Mucize is a 2019 Turkish drama film directed by Mehmet Ada Oztekin. It is an official adaptation of the 2013 South Korean comedy-drama film Miracle in Cell No. 7 using the same premise, but with ...

                                               

El ciego de la aldea

El ciego de la aldea is a Spanish short silent film directed by Angel Garcia Cardona. It was released in Spain in 1907, making it the first Spanish melodrama on film.

                                               

EASO

Molly Easo Smith born 1958, an Indian-American professor San Sebastian, nicknamed la bella Easo The beautiful Easo, a city in the Basque Autonomous Community, Spain

                                               

Maatouk

Maatouk is an Arabic surname. It derives from the Arabic word for "release", and means "free from slavery", or "freedman". Maatouk or Maatouq may also refer to: Toufic Maatouk, Lebanese orchestra conductor Mohamed Ghassan Maatouq born 1977, Syria ...

                                               

Eddie Butcher

Eddie Butcher was an Irish traditional singer, song collector and songwriter from Magilligan, County Londonderry. He had an extensive repertoire of songs that he performed in a sturdy, earthy style. In 1953, Dr. Hugh Shields began to notate and r ...

                                               

Cozy Morley

Thomas Francis "Cozy" Morley was an American singer-songwriter, entertainer, comedian and club owner, best known for his rendition of "On the Way to Cape May", which became his signature song. Raised in South Philadelphia, Morley attended Southea ...