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Clara Schumann : eine moderne Frau im Frankfurt des Jahrhunderts . Kienzle, Ulrike, author. Jahrhunderts Metamorphosen einer Stadt : Frankfurt im S4 K54 Unavailable On order Request. L83 Unavailable On order Request.
Description Book — 80 pages : illustrations ; 16 cm. Schwarz, Ralf-Olivier, author. O41 S39 Unknown. Schumann, Clara, , author.
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- Der Strukturwandel Der Familie Mit Dem Blickpunkt Auf Die Politische Wende 1989.
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Hildesheim : Georg Olms Verlag, Juni bis 3. September September bis Dezember Zweiter Band 4. Januar bis Mai Mai bis Dezember Dritter Band 1. April 1. April Vierter Band April bis Dezember 1. S4 A3 Unavailable In process Request. Flierl, A. Axel , author.
Jahrhundert Partita "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland" op. H F55 Unavailable In process Request. Kurt Weill . Giner, Bruno, author. W G56 Unknown. M9 B Unknown. Eckhardt, Dennis, author. Berlin : Lit,  Description Book — pages : some illustrations ; 21 cm. E25 Unavailable On order Request. Schmidt, Peter, author. Ergebnisse des Kategoriensystems 'Mythos der Mikrofonierung'? S34 Unavailable On order Request. Und abends in die Scala! Riedel, Fabian. Berlin : Be. Bra Wissenschaft Verlag,  Description Book — pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
G3 R Unavailable In process Request. Geburtstages von Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, 1. B16 W45 Unavailable On order Request. Schmuhl, Hans-Walter, author. Description Book — pages : illustrations partly color ; 23 cm.
Werke 1. Januar Martin Stephani an Reinhart Stephani, Oktober Martin Stephani an Gertrud Hindemith, August Martin Stephani an Gustav Scheck, 6. September Gustav Scheck an Martin Stephani, September Dank Personenregister. S74 S34 Unavailable On order Request. Ruff, Gerhard author. S R84 Unavailable In process Request. Hofmeister, Michael, author. September Alexander Ritter an Hans von Wolzogen, 6. August Richard Wagner an Alexander Ritter, ca.
Juli Richard Wagner an Alexander Ritter, R6 H64 Unknown. All gates open : the story of Can . Young, Rob, author. Description Book — pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations some color ; 24 cm Summary All Gates Open presents the definitive story of arguably the most influential and revered avant-garde band of the late twentieth century: CAN. It consists of two books.
In Book One, Rob Young gives us the full biography of a band that emerged at the vanguard of what would come to be called the Krautrock scene in late sixties Cologne. With Irmin Schmidt and Holger Czukay - two classically trained students of Stockhausen - at the heart of the band, CAN's studio and live performances burned an incendiary trail through the decade that followed: and left a legacy that is still reverberating today in hip hop, post rock, ambient, and countless other genres.
Rob Young's account draws on unique interviews with all founding members of CAN, as well as their vocalists, friends and music industry associates. And he revisits the music, which is still deliriously innovative and unclassifiable more than four decades on. All Gates Open is a portrait of a group who worked with visionary intensity and belief, outside the system and inside their own inner space. Book Two, Can Kiosk, has been assembled by Irmin Schmidt, founding member and guiding spirit of the band, as a 'collage - a technique long associated with CAN's approach to recording.
There is an oral history of the band drawing on interviews that Irmin made with musicians who see CAN as an influence - such as Bobby Gillespie, Geoff Barrow, Daniel Miller, and many others. There are also interviews with artists and filmmakers like Wim Wenders and John Malkovitch, where Schmidt reflects on more personal matters and his work with film. Extracts of Schmidt's notebook and diaries from are also reproduced as a reflection on the creative process, and the memories, dreams, and epiphanies it entails.
Can Kiosk offers further perspectives on a band that have inspired several generations of musicians and filmmakers in the voices of the artists themselves. CAN were unique, and their legacy is articulated in two books in this volume with the depth, rigour, originality, and intensity associated with the band itself. It is illustrated throughout with previously unseen art, photographs, and ephemera from the band's archive. C26 Y67 Unknown. Wien : Hollitzer,  Description Book — pages : illustrations, music ; 25 cm.
R25 A88 Unknown. Joly, Alain, author.
Paris : Tallandier,  Description Book — pages ; 19 cm. B13 J Unknown. Buyken, Evelyn, author.
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Bachs durch F. AB V. Bach's famous choir : the Saint Thomas School in Leipzig, . English Maul, Michael, author. Woodbridge : The Boydell Press, Description Book — xviii, pages, 48 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm Summary In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the cantors of the St.
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Thomas School and Church in Leipzig could be counted among the most significant German composers of their times. But what attracted these artists - from Seth Calvisius to J. Bach to Johann Adam Hiller - to the music school and choir and inspired them to explore new repertoire of the highest standing? And how did the cantors influence the musical profile of the school - a profile that often became a bone of contention between school and city hall?
The success of the St. Thomas School was not a foregone conclusion; its history is replete with challenges and setbacks as well as triumphs. The school was caught between the conflicting interests of enthusiastic mayors and townspeople, who wanted to showcase the city's musical culture, and opposing parties, including jealous rectors and elitist sponsors, who argued for the traditional subordination of the cantorate to the school system.