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Thomas Andrews (disambiguation)

Tom Andrews Australian politician 1900–1974, Australian politician from Victoria Thomas Andrews MP for Dover born before 1540, English politician T. Coleman Andrews 1899–1983, accountant and independent candidate for President of the United State ...

                                               

William Hume

William Hume may refer to: William Fraser Hume 1867–1949, British geologist Bill Hume cartoonist 1916–2009, American artist, art director, and newspaper man Bill Hume died 2005, English-born soccer player who played for New Zealand and Australia ...

                                               

John Lane

John Gary Lane born 1942, judge and politician in Saskatchewan, Canada John Gordon Lane 1916–2001, former Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament John Lane Ontario politician 1818–1890, Irish-born Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament

                                               

John M. Smith

John M. Smith may refer to: John Moyr Smith 1839–1912, British artist Frederick Smith Conservative MP John Mark Frederick Smith, 1790–1874, British Army general and politician John Montgomery Smith 1834–1903, American politician John M. Smith pol ...

                                               

Joseph Hall

Joseph Hall may refer to: Joe Hall trade unionist 1887–1964, British trade unionist Joe Hall 1881–1919, Canadian ice hockey player Joe B. Hall born 1928, former American college basketball coach Joseph M. Hall, Jr., historian, writer and professo ...

                                               

John Palmer

John Palmer colonial administrator c. 1650 – c. 1700, first Englishman to purchase land in the Rockaway Peninsula John Palmer actor 1742?–1798, English actor John Palmer author 1885–1944, English author John Palmer Commissary of New South Wales 1 ...

                                               

Henri Jourdain

Henri Jourdain was a French trade union leader. Born in Ennordres, Jourdain was orphaned at the age of nine. He moved in with a cousin and began working at the age of 13. When he was 20, he completed his compulsory military service with the Navy, ...

                                               

Natasha Goldowski Renner

Natasha Goldowski Renner, born Nathalie Michel Goldowski, was a Moscow-born physicist and educator. She worked on the Manhattan Project, and later taught at Princeton University, Black Mountain College and Alfred University.

                                               

Jimi Behringer

James Thomas Jimi Behringer is an American session guitarist, singer and songwriter. He has worked with notable artists such as Prince, Bonnie Raitt, Bobby Caldwell, Laura Branigan, The Jets, Ben Sidran, Willie Murphy, 94 East, Gypsy, Kitarō and ...

                                               

Nagarjuna (disambiguation)

Nagarjuna is a Buddhist teacher of the 3rd century CE. Nagarjuna or Nagarjun may also refer to: Nagarjuna metallurgist, of 10th century India Nagarjun Municipality Kathmandu Valley Naagarjuna – Ek Yoddha, India television series Nagarjuna High Sc ...

                                               

Paul Foley

Paul Foley may refer to: Paul Foley admiral 1909–1990, rear admiral in the United States Navy Paul Foley ironmaster 1644/5–1699, English ironmaster who also served as Speaker of the British House of Commons Paul "Eagle Eye" Foley, a playable char ...

                                               

George Perry

George Perry may refer to: George Perry British politician 1920–1998, British Labour MP George Perry priest 1820–1897, English churchman and historian George Perry American economist born 1934, American macroeconomist George Perry engineer 1719–1 ...

                                               

John Winter

John Winter may refer to: John Charles Winter 1923–2012, cathedral organist John Winter athlete 1924–2007, Australian high jumper John Winter royalist c. 1600–1676, English landowner, ironmaster and participant in the English Civil War John Winte ...

                                               

Cort

Cort is the surname of several people: John Cyrus Cort 1913–2006, American Christian socialist writer and activist John E. Cort born 1953, American indologist and writer on Jainism Barry Cort born 1956, American baseball player Liam Cort born 198 ...

                                               

William Reynolds

William Reynolds actor born 1931, American film and TV second lead William Reynolds film editor 1910–1997, American winner of two Academy Awards Bill Reynolds producer, American rock musician and songwriter active since 2002

                                               

Van Leer (surname)

Van Leer is a surname of Dutch and German origin. It is a variant of the surname Valar. Notable people with this surname include: Lia van Leer 1924–2015, film archive pioneer in Israel Benjamin van Leer born 1992, Dutch professional footballer Je ...

                                               

Richard Reynolds (disambiguation)

Richard Reynolds was an English monk. Richard or Dick Reynolds may also refer to: Richard Reynolds bishop 1674–1743, English bishop of Lincoln Richard Reynolds chemist 1829–1900, English pharmaceutical chemist and instrument maker Richard Reynold ...

                                               

Philip Lewis

Philip or Phil Lewis may refer to: Philip H. Lewis Jr. 1925–2017, professor of landscape architecture Phil Lewis baseball 1883–1959, professional baseball player Phillip Harold Lewis 1922–2011, American anthropologist and museologist Philip J. Le ...

                                               

Julius Riemer

Julius Riemer was a German factory owner, businessman, founder of the Wittenberg Castle Museum and a collector of natural history and ethnographic artifacts. Riemer was the oldest child in the family of a Berlin industrialist. A visit to the natu ...

                                               

1915 The Armenian Files

1915 The Armenian Files is an album by Roberto Paci Dalo, released in 2015 by Marsell Records in collaboration with Giardini Pensili, Arthub and the Embassy of Armenia in Italy. It was recorded live in Vienna at the digital studio of the ORF for ...

                                               

Alan Walker

Alan Walker footballer born 1959, English football defender Alan Walker English cricketer born 1962, English cricketer Alan Walker Australian sportsman 1925–2005, Australian cricketer and rugby union player

                                               

James Webster

James Webster may refer to: James Webster Canada West politician 1808–1869, MLA for Canada West and co-founder of Fergus, Ontario James Lockhart Webster 1885–1948, Canadian politician James Webster priest 1734–1804, Archdeacon of Gloucester James ...

                                               

Edward Holmes

Edward Holmes may refer to: Edward Holmes architect 1832–1909, English architect Edward Holmes field hockey 1880–?, Irish field hockey player and Olympic medalist Edward C. Holmes born 1965, Australian evolutionary biologist and virologist Edward ...

                                               

John Moran

John Moran may refer to: John A. Moran born 1932, American businessman John Moran geneticist, American scientist John Moran composer born 1965, American composer Jack Moran 1906–1959, English footballer John Moran cellist born 1963, American musi ...

                                               

Peter Evans

Peter Evans may refer to: Peter Evans actor 1950–1989, American actor Peter Evans, fictional character in the Tracy Letts play Bug Peter Evans sailor born 1961, New Zealand Olympic sailor Peter Evans author died 2012, British journalist and autho ...

                                               

David Fanning

David Fanning may refer to: David Fanning footballer born 1984, Australian rules footballer David Fanning singer, American country musician and record producer David Fanning journalist born 1946, South African journalist; executive producer, Fron ...

                                               

Daniel Harrison

Daniel, Dan or Danny Harrison may refer to: Danny Harrison musician, Canadian singer-songwriter-guitarist who was active in the 1960s Dan Harrison strongman in All-American Strongman Challenge Danny Harrison EastEnders, fictional character Daniel ...

                                               

Andrew Hughes

Andrew Hughes may refer to: Andrew Hughes rugby union born 1995, English rugby union player Andrew Hughes politician 1902–1996, Australian politician Andrew Hughes footballer, born 1992, Welsh footballer Andy Hughes 1965–2009, music producer Andr ...

                                               

Franz Fodermayr

Born in Grieskirchen, Upper Austria, Fodermayr studied musicology from 1954 at the University of Vienna with Erich Schenk doctorate 1964. From 1964 to 1974 he worked as a university assistant at the musicological institute of the university, and ...

                                               

Walter Pass

Walter Pass was an Austrian musicologist. Born in Feldkirch, Vorarlberg, Pass studied music education, conducting, piano and singing 1960–1964 at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. One year later he also studied musicology at the ...

                                               

Josef-Horst Lederer

Born in Celje, Styria, today Slovenia, Lederer studied musicology with Othmar Wessely at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz. He also studied piano and music theory at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz. He gained his D ...

                                               

Theophil Antonicek

Born in Vienna, Antonicek studied musicology at the University of Vienna with Erich Schenk. He received his doctorate in 1962 and his habilitation in 1978. Until his retirement he was a lecturer at the University of Vienna. Antonicek was a corres ...

                                               

Carmen Ottner

Carmen Ottner is an Austrian musicologist, Theatre studies and General Secretary of the Franz Schmidt association.

                                               

List of emigre musicians from Nazi Europe who settled in Britain

The rise of Nazism and its aftermath led to a wave of Central European intellectuals, many of them Jewish, seeking escape abroad during the 1930s and 1940s due to persecution at home. This list details those composers, performers, publishers and ...

                                               

Aghabala Abdullayev

Aghabala Abdullayev was born in 1910 in the village of Charali. At the age of 12, he entered the first class of a rural youth school in Karyagino. He started to work as a learner in the shop of Rza, a seamstress and then he opened his own shop an ...

                                               

Srecko Albini

Srecko Albini was a Croatian composer, conductor, and music publisher. He was primarily known for his operettas, some of which were adapted into English and performed in London and New York.

                                               

Solon (given name)

Solon is a masculine given name which may refer to: Solon Barnett 1921–1998, American football player Solon Michaelides 1905–1979, Cypriot composer, teacher and musicologist Solon Robinson 1803–1880, American writer, journalist and agriculturist ...

                                               

Marius Flothuis

Flothuis first took courses at Vossius Gymnasium in Amsterdam. There he studied piano and music theory with Hans Brandts Buys. His musicology studies continued at the University of Amsterdam under the direction of Albert Smijers and Karel Philipp ...

                                               

Emile Wennekes

Emile Wennekes born July 19, 1963, Doetinchem, is a Dutch musicologist, Full Professor at Utrecht University for the Endowed Chair: Post-1600 Dutch Music History.

                                               

Donington

Donington is the name of a number of places in England: Donington on Bain, a village in Lindsey, Lincolnshire location of Donington le Heath Manor House Museum Donington le Heath, Leicestershire, England Donington, Shropshire, a civil parish in S ...

                                               

Magdala (disambiguation)

Al-Majdal, Tiberias, a Palestinian Arab village on the site of ancient Magdala, depopulated in 1948 Magdala, Ethiopia, modern Amba Mariam, a former capital of Abyssinia and site of the Battle of Magdala Magdala woreda, a district of Amhara Region ...

                                               

Axel Schmidt (oboist)

Born in Zwickau, Schmidt learned to play the oboe from Alfred GleiSberg, the solo oboist of the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and Peter Fischer at the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. Von 1962 bis 1964 wirkte er beim Schweriner Philharmonie. 1964 wurd ...

                                               

Shenandoah Harmony

The Shenandoah Harmony is a 2013 republication of the works of Ananias Davisson and other composers of his era, in the format used by modern shape note singing groups. It has been called a "curatorial" compilation of fasola repertoire from the mi ...

                                               

Ludwig Karpath

Born in Pest, Karpath, son of Moritz Karpath and his wife Johanna, nee Goldmark, was a nephew of the composer Karl Goldmark. He graduated from high school in Budapest and studied violin, composition and music history at the conservatory there. He ...

                                               

David Rosen

David Rosen may refer to: David Rosen artist 1959–2014, South African artist and fashion designer David Rosen musicologist born 1938, professor of musicology at Cornell University David Rosen entomologist 1936-1997, Israeli entomologist David Ros ...

                                               

Harry Urata

Harry Minoru Urata was a music teacher best known for preserving the Holehole bushi, a type of folk song sung by Japanese immigrants in Hawaiis sugar plantations.

                                               

RUF

Ruf or RUF may refer to: Ruf Records, a German blues record label Ruf Beats, a British hip hop record label Revolutionary United Front of Sierra Leone Darin Ruf born 1986, American first baseman and outfielder for the Philadelphia Phillies Rapid ...

                                               

Aita (disambiguation)

Aita may refer to: Kosuke Aita born 1998, Japanese male curler Aita river, a tributary of the river Olt in Romania Aita Donostia, pen name of Jose Gonzalo Zulaika, a Basque musicologist and composer Vincenzo Aita, an Italian politician and a memb ...

                                               

Chafe

Chafe may refer to: Chafe crater, Martian crater named after Chafe, Nigeria Chafe, Nigeria, a Local Government Area in Zamfara State Chafe, village in Portugal

                                               

Michael Hicks

Michael Hicks may refer to: Michael Hicks basketball, born 1983 born 1983, American-Polish basketball player Michael Hicks basketball, born 1976 born 1976, Panamanian basketball player Michael Hicks musicologist born 1956, BYU professor of music ...