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  • 81List of Romantic-era composers — Classical/Romantic era transition composers (born 1770 1800)* Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827), German regarded by many as the first Romantic composer, famous for his nine symphonies and thirty two piano sonatas * Ferdinando Carulli (1770–1841),… …

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  • 82List of classical bassists — * Domenico Dragonetti (1763 1846) Virtuoso, composer, conductor * Giovanni Bottesini (1821 1889) Virtuoso, composer, conductor * Franz Simandl (1840 1912) Virtuoso, composer * Edouard Nanny (1872 1943) Virtuoso, composer * Jacob Swan (1877 1930,… …

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  • 83Paco Montalvo — BIOGRAPHY Leo Brouwer, in 2009 wrote: Paco Montalvo is a genius. Paco Montalvo (Francisco Jose Montalvo) was born in Cordoba in 1992. At 11 months he picked up his first violin and literally started walking, giving his first recital at age 6. At… …

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  • 84Comparison of relational database management systems — Programming language comparisons General comparison Basic syntax Basic instructions Arrays Associative arrays String operations …

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  • 85Balint Vazsonyi — (7 March 1936 17 January 2003) is a Hungarian pianist, international recitalist, soloist with leading orchestras, and political journalist. He made performance history in playing chronological cycles of all 32 piano sonatas by Beethoven over two… …

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  • 86OpenLink Data Spaces — Infobox Software name = OpenLink Data Spaces (ODS) developer = OpenLink Software operating system = Cross platform genre = Data Spaces, Social Networking, Semantic Web, Omni Functional Platform license = Dual Licensed: GPL and Commercial website …

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  • 87Ferenc List — Franz Liszt [ˈlist], im Ungarischen Liszt Ferencz[1], (* 22. Oktober 1811 in Raiding, damals Königreich Ungarn, heute Österreich (Burgenland); † 31. Juli 1886 in Bayreuth), war Komponist, Dirigent und einer der prominentesten Klaviervirtuosen des …

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  • 88Ferenc Liszt — Franz Liszt [ˈlist], im Ungarischen Liszt Ferencz[1], (* 22. Oktober 1811 in Raiding, damals Königreich Ungarn, heute Österreich (Burgenland); † 31. Juli 1886 in Bayreuth), war Komponist, Dirigent und einer der prominentesten Klaviervirtuosen des …

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  • 89Liszt — Franz Liszt [ˈlist], im Ungarischen Liszt Ferencz[1], (* 22. Oktober 1811 in Raiding, damals Königreich Ungarn, heute Österreich (Burgenland); † 31. Juli 1886 in Bayreuth), war Komponist, Dirigent und einer der prominentesten Klaviervirtuosen des …

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  • 90Liszt, Franz — Hungarian Ferenc Liszt born Oct. 22, 1811, Raiding, Hung. died July 31, 1886, Bayreuth, Ger. Hungarian composer and pianist. Encouraged by his father, who was a talented amateur musician, Liszt developed an early interest in music and began… …

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  • 91musical performance — Introduction       step in the musical process during which musical ideas are realized and transmitted to a listener. In Western music, performance is most commonly viewed as an interpretive art, though it is not always merely that. A performer… …

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  • 92Classical period (music) — Periods of Western art music Early Medieval   (500–1400) Renaissance (1400–1600) Baroque (1600–1760) Common practice Baroque (1600–1760) …

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  • 93Joe Pass — Infobox musical artist Name = Joe Pass Img capt = Joe Pass in 1975 Img size = Landscape = yes Background = non vocal instrumentalist Birth name = Joseph Anthony Passalaqua Alias = Born = birth date|1929|1|13|mf=y New Brunswick, New Jersey Died =… …

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  • 94Timeline of musical events — Popular music Timeline of musical events 2010s • 2000s • 1990s • 1980s • 1970s • 1960s • 1950s • 1940s • 1930s • 1920s • 1910s • 1900s • 1890s • 1880s • 1870s • 1860s • 1850s • 1840s • 1830s • …

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  • 95Joseph Bologne de Saint-George — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Saint Georges. Joseph Bologne de Saint George …

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  • 96Пасс, Джо — Джо Пасс Joseph Anthony Passalaqua …

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  • 97concerto — /keuhn cher toh/; It. /kawn cherdd taw/, n., pl. concertos, concerti / tee/. Music. a composition for one or more principal instruments, with orchestral accompaniment, now usually in symphonic form. [1720 30; < It, deriv. of concertare; see&#8230; …

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  • 98Meditation: Solo Guitar — Live album by Joe Pass Released October 1, 2002 Recorded January 30–February …

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  • 99OpenComRTOS — application view Company&#160;/ developer Altreonic NV OS family Distributed microkernel Working state Current …

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  • 100virtuose — [ virtɥoz ] n. • 1640; it. virtuoso, de virtù « propriété, valeur » 1 ♦ Vx Personne extrêmement douée; « amateur des sciences et des beaux arts, qui en favorise le progrès » (ENCYCL.). Madame la Dauphine « est virtuose (elle sait trois ou quatre&#8230; …

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