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Zarzuela (disambiguation)

Zarzuela means: the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid Zarzuela de mariscos, a Catalan seafood stew Zarzuela del Pinar, a municipality in the province of Segovia in the autonomous community of Castile-Leon Zarzuela, Cuenca, a municipality in the pro ...

                                               

Zarza

Zarza can be: Zarza-Capilla, Spanish municipality in the province of Badajoz, Extremadura Rafael Zarza Gonzalez, Cuban artist specializing in painting, engraving and graphic design Zarza la Mayor, municipality located in the province of Caceres, ...

                                               

Iphigenia (disambiguation)

Iphigenia is a figure in Greek mythology. Iphigenia may also refer to: Iphigenia plant, a plant genus in the family Colchicaceae Iphigenia animal, a mollusc genus in the family Donacidae 112 Iphigenia, asteroid Iphigenia film, 1977 Greek film Eph ...

                                               

Xabier Anduaga

Xabier Anduaga is a Spanish operatic tenor. He was both joint first prize winner of the Operalia competition held in Prague in 2019 and joint recipient of the prize for zarzuela there.

                                               

Golondrinas

Golondrinas, New Mexico, a village in Mora County, New Mexico El Rancho de las Golondrinas, an historic ranch in Santa Fe County, New Mexico

                                               

If Everyone Was Listening (album)

If Everyone Was Listening is a studio album released by English singer Michael Ball. It was released on 17 November 2014 in the United Kingdom by Union Square Music. The album peaked at number 21 on the UK Albums Chart.

                                               

Aztlan Records

Aztlan Records was an independent record label based in San Francisco, California, first established in 1986. The label released music in the genres of Latin indie rock, swing, and ska. It was described as the first label in the country "to devot ...

                                               

Grand Piano Canyon

Grand Piano Canyon is the 22nd solo album by Bob James. It was released on June 28, 1990. The cover art is reproduced from an original painting by David Grath entitled "Grand Piano Canyon." The title for the seventh track, "Xraxse" is the planet ...

                                               

Geezer

Geezer is a slang term for an old man. In the US, the term typically refers to a cranky old man and can carry the connotation of either age or eccentricity; see fuddy-duddy. In the UK it is synonymous with the US "Dude". It is generally not derog ...

                                               

Paul Gray

Paul Gray may refer to: Paul E. Gray 1932–2017, fourteenth president of MIT Paul Gray footballer born 1970, Northern Irish former footballer Paul Gray American musician 1972–2010, bassist of heavy metal band Slipknot Paul Gray English musician bo ...

                                               

Cosmic Thrill Seekers

Cosmic Thrill Seekers is the second studio album by American rock band Prince Daddy & The Hyena, released June 28, 2019 through CI. It was recorded at Ponderosa studios in Horse County, New Jersey with producer Nick "Scoops" Dardaris during Janua ...

                                               

Versatile

Versatile may refer to: Versatile sex, person who enjoys both being dominant and submissive, and may alternate between the two in sexual situations In botany, versatile refers to anthers that swing freely at their attachment to the filament

                                               

Good to Know

Good to Know is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter JoJo. The album was released on May 1, 2020, marking JoJos first release since leaving Atlantic Records and launching her own record label imprint Clover Music through a joint ...

                                               

Road Trip

"Road Trip", by The Fireman from Electric Arguments, 2008 "Roadtrip", by Steriogram from Schmack!, 2004 "Road Trip", by Ninja Sex Party from Attitude City, 2015 "Road Trip" song, by De Vet Du, 2017

                                               

Teri Meri Kahani (song)

"Teri Meri Kahani" is a Hindi song from the Bollywood film Happy Hardy and Heer directed by Raka, starring Himesh Reshammiya and Sonia Mann. The song was sung by Reshammiya and social media sensation Ranu Mondal. The song was composed by Reshammi ...

                                               

Neela Megha Shyama

Neela Megha Shyama is a 2002 Indian Kannada Romantic action film written and directed by Rajkishore. The film is being produced by K. Padmagopal under the banner Shivasutra Cine International. It features Srujan Lokesh and Radhika Kumaraswamy in ...

                                               

Jeet Raidutt

Jeet Raidutt is an Indian actor worked in Bollywood as well as Tollywood too. he is well known for his works in the cinema of Bollywood and Tollywood.

                                               

Gundu Kalyanam

Gundu Kalyanam is Actor, director in Tamil film industry and active and hardcore member at AIADMK party. He entered cine field in the year 1967 and his first movie was Mazhalai Pattalam in 1979. He also had his hands on direction with the movie N ...

                                               

Song of Life

The Song of Life and Other Poems Poetry in English Vinayaka Krishna Gokak, 1947 in poetry "Song of Life" poem by Huang Xiang 1970, of Century Mountain Song of Life, novel by Fannie Hurst 1927 Ernst von Dohnanyi: A Song of Life, biography of Erno ...

                                               

White noise (disambiguation)

White noise is a signal or sound with a flat frequency spectrum. White noise may also refer to: White noise slang, a meaningless or distracting commotion or chatter

                                               

Big Noise

The Big Noise 2012 film, an Australian film The Big Noise 1936 American film, a 1936 United States film directed by Frank McDonald The Big Noise 1936 British film, a British comedy film directed by Alex Bryce The Big Noise 1928 film, an American ...

                                               

Noise (Nightwish song)

Noise is a single by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, the first from their ninth album Human.:II: Nature. It was released with an accompanying video on February 7, 2020. The single is the bands first published song to feature the drummer K ...

                                               

Heartwork (The Used album)

In mid-2019, The Used signed to their long-time friend and producer John Feldmanns record label Big Noise. They started recording the album in June 2019, took a break to headline the Disrupt Festival tour, and finished recording the album in Nove ...

                                               

Charade

Charade 1954 film, an American film featuring James Mason "The Charade" 2010 TV episode of Romantically Challenged "Charades" Scorpion, a 2014 episode of the action drama series Scorpion "Charade" Revenge, a television episode Charades film, 1998 ...

                                               

Daisy Deane

Daisy Deane is an American ballad composed by Lieutenant T.F. Winthrop and James Ramsey Murray in an American Civil War camp. The music for it was published by Root & Cady. It has been recorded by the Nashville Mandolin Ensemble on the album The ...

                                               

Oh! You Kid!

Oh! You Kid! was the title, or part of the title, of several popular songs published in 1908 and 1909. It became a widely-used popular catchphrase. The most successful song using the phrase, I Love, I Love, I Love My Wife – But Oh! You Kid! ", wa ...

                                               

Spit It Out (Solar song)

Spit It Out is the debut solo single by South Korean singer and Mamamoo member Solar, released on April 23, 2020 by RBW. The song was written by Solar and Kim Do-hoon, who also produced the single alongside rapper Sleepy. A music video was releas ...

                                               

Rooftop (disambiguation)

Rooftops film, 1989 American film The Rooftop film 天台 Tiāntai, 2013 Taiwanese musical film The Rooftops film, 2013 Algerian film directed by Merzak Allouache

                                               

Cabinet of curiosities (disambiguation)

A cabinet of curiosities was an encyclopedic collection of types of objects whose categorical boundaries were, in Renaissance Europe, yet to be defined. Cabinet of curiosities may also refer to: The Cabinet of Curiosities, 2002 novel by Douglas P ...

                                               

Full Circle

Full Circle, a 1962 novel by Grace Lumpkin Full Circle, a 1982 memoir by Janet Baker Full Circle: The Moral Force of Unified Science, a 1972 book co-written and edited by Edward Haskell Full Circle novel, a 1984 novel by Danielle Steel Full Circl ...

                                               

The Power of Love

The Power of Love film, an early 3D film demonstrated in 1922 "The Power of Love", an episode of The O.C. 2005 "The Power of Love", an episode of Degrassi: The Next Generation 2004

                                               

Schools Out

The Substitute 2: Schools Out, a 1998 film starring Treat Williams Schools Out 1992 film, a Canadian TV movie based on the series Degrassi High Recess: Schools Out, a 2001 animated film based on the TV series Recess Schools Out TV series, a BBC t ...

                                               

A Night to Remember

"A Night to Remember" Mad Men, a 2008 episode of the television series Mad Men "Chapter Thirty-One: A Night to Remember", a 2018 episode of the television series Riverdale "A Night to Remember" The Raccoons, a 1985 episode of the television serie ...

                                               

Once Upon a Dream

Once Upon a Dream from The Glass Slipper 1955 Once Upon a Dream 1949 film, a British romantic comedy How I Married My High School Crush, a 2007 film which had the working title Once Upon a Dream Once Upon a Dream TV series, a short-lived Australi ...

                                               

Promenade (disambiguation)

Promenade dance move, a dance figure in some dances Prom, a formal dance, or gathering of high school students in the United States, Canada and the Philippines typically held at the end of the year Western promenade dance, a form of partner dance ...

                                               

Back in Black (disambiguation)

Back in Black is the seventh studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. Back in Black may also refer to: "Back in Black" Power Rangers, the fifth episode of Power Rangers: Dino Thunder Spider-Man: Back in Black, a 5-part Marvel Comics story ...

                                               

Invisible hand (disambiguation)

Invisible hand is a term used by Adam Smith to describe the basis of the self-regulating nature of the marketplace. Invisible hand may also refer to: The Invisible Hand "The Spectacular Spider-Man", an episode of The Spectacular Spider-Man TV ser ...

                                               

Good news

Good News duo, an American duo who appeared on The X Factor U.S. TV series Good News Awards, given annually to media outlets in the U.P. of Michigan for good journalistic work that is also uplifting Good News Agency, the agency of positive inform ...

                                               

Storybook

Storybook Weaver, a 1994 educational game for the Apple Macintosh

                                               

Pelleas and Melisande (disambiguation)

Several musical adaptations have been made of Pelleas and Melisande, a Symbolist play by Maurice Maeterlinck, including: Pelleas and Melisande, a ballet choreographed by Roland Petit with music by Arnold Schoenberg which debuted in 1969 at the Ro ...

                                               

Belshazzars Feast (disambiguation)

Belshazzars Feast, the Writing on Your Wall, an installation artwork by Susan Hiller Belshazzars Feast Rembrandt, a painting by Rembrandt Belshazzars Feast Martin, a painting by John Martin

                                               

Final Fantasy (disambiguation)

Final Fantasy is a media franchise originating from a role-playing video game of the same name, which debuted on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987. Final Fantasy may also refer to: Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, a 2001 computer-animat ...

                                               

Flip Phone Fantasy

Flip Phone Fantasy is the second studio album by Australian nu metal band Ocean Grove. it was released on 13 March 2020 through UNFD Records. Their first single "Ask for the Anthem" was released on 6 February 2019. The second single "JUNKIE$" was ...

                                               

Polish Fantasy (Paderewski)

The Polish Fantasy in G sharp minor, Op.19, is a work for piano and orchestra composed in 1893 by Ignacy Jan Paderewski. It was first performed at the Norwich Festival in England the same year, where it achieved success and became a frequent addi ...

                                               

Fantasy (Gensoukyoku)

Fantasy is the third studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. It was released on 23 March 1983 under the Warner Pioneer label. The album includes the hit single "Second Love".

                                               

David Heinz

David Heinz is an American film editor best known for his work on The Call of the Wild and his visual effects editing in War for the Planet of the Apes, The Jungle Book, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Live Free or Die Hard, and Underworld: Evolu ...

                                               

Beefy

Beefy may refer to: Beefy Bingham, a fictional character in the short story "The Go-getter" Ian Botham, an English cricketer nicknamed "Beefy" Beef, meat obtained from bovines, or related concepts. Beefy Louis, a fictional character on the Americ ...

                                               

Optimus

Optimus Telecomunicações, S.A., a Portuguese mobile phone company who was merged with ZON and formed a new company called NOS Optimus S.A., a former Polish computer assembler

                                               

What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael is a 2018 American biographical documentary film about film critic Pauline Kael. The film was directed and produced by Rob Garver.

                                               

Texture

Texture mapping, a bitmap image applied to a surface in computer graphics Soil texture, a relative proportion of grain sizes of a soil Surface texture, the texture means smoothness, roughness, or bumpiness of the surface of an object Texture cosm ...