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41. List Of People By Name: Bo-Bp-Bq - Enyclopaedia Definition List Of People By Nam
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42. Special Events For The Year 1874
06/14/1874, Edward bowes, radio host (Major bowes Amateur Hour Born 01/04/1874,Josef Suk, Czech violinist/composer (Asrael Born 02/17/1874, thomas J Watson, US
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Born : 'Abbas II, last khedive (Ottoman viceroy) of Egypt (1892-1914) Born : Amy Lowell, US, critic/Imagist poet (Patterns) Born : Andr‚ Debierne, French chemist/physicist (Actinium) Born : Anton F Philips, president-director of Philips Born : Ant¢nio Egas Moniz, Portugal, lobotomist (Nobel 1949) Born : Apirana Turupa Ngata, Kawaka NZ, Maori political/cultural leader Born : Arnold Schonberg, Vienna Austria, composer (Second Quartet) Born : Arthur Meighen, (C) 9th PM of Canada (1920-21, 1926) Born : Arthur Meighen, Canada, PM of Canada (1920, 21, 26) Born : Arthur Shomburg, famous African Born : Arthur Von Schendel, writer (1 Rover Verliefd) Born : August Krogh, Denmark, physiologist (Nobel-1920) Born : Ben[jamin] Turpin, US, comic (Uncle Tom without the cabin) Born : Carrie White, 11/1990 (oldest living American) Born : Carrie White, oldest US woman (dies Nov 1990 at 116) Born : Chaim Weizmann, Israeli statesman (1st President) Born : Charles A Beard, American historian (American Continentalism)

43. Duffy's Tavern
the competition was too keen; bowes was too The premiere featured thomas “Fats”Waller, noted Andrews Sisters, Erna Rubinstein, violinist Erna Rubinstein
Audio Classics Archive
DUFFY’S TAVERN: A BROADCAST LOG AND HISTORY Compiled and written by Martin Grams, Jr. Walk into any office today, and you may be greeted by the man behind a shiny desk. “Leave us proceed with business.” A mental picture of Ed Gardner immediately flashes across the mind of your true radio listener when this corny bit of speech is used. Which is all well and good as far as the “master of malaprop” is concerned. In fact, Gardner has turned the malapropism into a national institution. But Gardner didn’t become such an influence on the nation’s conversational habits by growing up in a transom, as he might put it. What then, lies behind a man who could turn an English Grammarian’s nightmare into a highly profitable way of life? Eddie Gardner was born Edward Poggenberg on June 29, 1901, in Astoria, Long Island. At the age of fourteen, Gardner secured his first after-school job as a pianist at O’Bryan’s café, a colorful neighborhood bistro that served partly as a model for Duffy’s. Had Ed suspected the significance of this position, things might have been different.

44. Eads, James Buchanan US Engineer Inventor; Built 1st Bridge
Bohemia _15961662 Elizabeth Angela Marguerite bowes-Lyon Brit Elman, Mischa US (Rus.-born)violinist _1891-1967 City 1877-1879 _1825-1911 Elyot, thomas, Sir Eng

45. Swarthmore In The News
and lacrosse, ran track and was a violinist in the thomas S. Dee, NBER and SwarthmoreCollege , Are There HEADLINE Pitney bowes Names Inventor of the Year.
Return to Swarthmore in the News 2003
Clippings collected May 29, 2003
Published by the Office of News and Information
National Public Radio
HEADLINE: Aspects of a good commencement speech SHOW: Talk of the Nation ( 3:00 PM ET ) - NPR May 22, 2003 Thursday LENGTH: 8710 words ANCHORS: NEAL CONAN BODY: NEAL CONAN, host: This is TALK OF THE NATION. I'm Neal Conan in Washington Here's some inspiration: Soundbite of various speeches) Mr. EVAN GREGORY (2001 Swarthmore College Graduate): Why are we here today? This is the question we must ask ourselves. Well, it's because we are going to graduate. That question was too easy! We must challenge ourselves. CONAN: Commencement speeches delivered by Evan Gregory, a student at Swarthmore College in 2001; former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich orating at the University of California-San Diego in 1998; Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan at Harvard in 1998 ... Chicago Tribune Headline: We say, 'It stinks,' but the boss

46. CMSS - Faculty
She is an accomplished violinist with extensive performing Julius Baker, Samuel Baron,thomas Nyfenger, and with William Wrzesien, Paulette bowes and Michael
CMSS Faculty
Marcelle Bartolo Abela,
James "Scorpio" Andrews, Hip Hop, is well known to local audiences and has toured extensively with a number of notable artists. He began Stinger Style Productions in 1998, an indie music service that releases a variety of powerful music. He teaches Hip Hop in the CMSS's Renaissance Program and the Springfield Hip Hop Program and is featured on a number of CDs.
James Argiro, jazz piano, composition and song writing, orchestration and arranging, received his training at The Hartford Conservatory of Music and The Institute of Audio Research in New York. Jim brings over 40 years of experience in all phases and aspects of music creation, production, and performing arts to his teaching. He has worked with dozens of stars and as Music Director was associated with celebrities including Bernadette Peters, Leslie Uggams, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Joan Rivers, Juliet Prowse.
Jason Arnold

47. HMC | NRA | Persons Beginning BR
1842) Major General (3) Brodrick, Sir thomas (18561925 Brodsky, Adolf (1851-1929)Russian violinist (2) Brodzky Baronet (1) Broke, Sir Philip bowes Vere (1776

BE BH BI ... BY List of persons with surname beginning BR
Brabazon, Anthony (d 1724) County Sheriff

Brabazon, Chambre (c 1645-1715) 5th Earl of Meath

Brabazon, John Chambre (1772-1851) 10th Earl of Meath

Brabazon, John Theodore Cuthbert Moore- (1884-1964) 1st Baron Brabazon of Tara, politician
Bracebridge, Charles Edward (b 1826) Farmer, Leicester

Leicester, Leicestershire
Bracebridge, Charles Holte (1799-1872) Friend of Florence Nightingale

Bracey, Bertha L (1893-1989) Secretary Friends Committee for Refugees and Aliens

Bracey, Charles James (fl 1885)
Bracey, Herbert Richard (c1849-1901) Ship's Surgeaon, Birmingham Birmingham, Warwickshire Bracken, Brendan Rendall (1901-1958) 1st Viscount Bracken, publisher Bracken, Charles William (1868-1950) Schoolmaster and Local Historian Bracken, Sir Geoffrey Thomas Hirst (1879-1950) Knight Civil Servant Economist Brackenbury, Charles Booth (1831-1890) Major General Military Writer ... Brackenbury, Sir Henry (1837-1914) Knight General Writer On Military Subjects Spilsby, Leicestershire Brackenbury, John William (1842-1918) Admiral

48. The Oak Ridger Online - Feature: Intermission - Thursday, April 24, 1997: ORCMA
violinist thomas bowes is widely recognized as an artist of sensitivity and insight,a reputation developed for his work as a soloist, chamber musician, and
Thursday, April 24, 1997
Shown at left is Double Exposure Thomas Bowes, top, and Eleanor Alberga. Photo submitted ORCMA presents final concert of chamber series
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on Thursday, April 24, 1997
The Oak Ridge Civic Music Association and the Cyrus Feldman Memorial Trust have joined forces to sponsor the final concert Saturday evening in the ORCMA '96-97 Chamber Music Series. Featured in the concert is the guest artist team known as Double Exposure, a husband and wife violin-piano duo which has earned an international reputation for their vitality, energy, and musicality. The concert begins at 8:15 p.m. at the Pollard Auditorium. Pianist Eleanor Alberga, a native of Jamaica, is a versatile artist who has studied both voice and piano at London's Royal Academy of Music. She has since composed a wide variety of works that have been performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the London Philharmonic, and other leading ensembles in the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia. In addition, she is well known in the UK for her work in contemporary dance. Her honors as a pianist include Gold Medalist in the McFarren Festival and finalist in the UK National Piano Concerto Competition. The Times (London) said, "Her evocative meditations have a poetic quality ... she also has the flair for striking gestures and for imaginative tone colouring."

49. Discoveries
Linda Maguire, Albert Greer and Trevor bowes at Runnymede Canadian violinist JamesEhnes brings his own considerable thomas’s in Leipzig (a position that was
DISCOVERIES is a CD review section designed to complement and enhance our pre-eminent coverage of Toronto’s live classical and new music concert scene, featuring reviews by Wholenote columnists and independent contributors. CDs are considered for review in the following five categories:
Concert prep
- CDs, new or otherwise, which tie in with events being featured in the current issue of the magazine. Note that many discs in the other categories also relate to upcoming events as noted; New and Recent Releases – newly released CDs relevant to our magazine’s coverage of the music scene; Worth Repeating – CDs newly re-issued, or previously released but still generally available, deemed particularly noteworthy by a member of our editorial panel; Indie list – Small label and independent release CDs, often featuring individuals or groups active on the local music scene. Disc(s) of the month – Discs of special interest, often with a particular connection to the month’s concert activities.
We think DISCOVERIES is a logical and exciting extension of The WholeNote’s coverage of the Toronto music scene. We welcome your feedback and invite submissions. Catalogues, review copies of CDs and comments should be sent to: The WholeNote, 60 Bellevue Avenue, Toronto ON M5T 2N4.
David Olds
, Editor, DISCOVERIES CONCERT PREP (Specific connections to current events)
Suzie LeBlanc
ATMA Classiques ACD22244 Handel: Love Duets
Suzie LeBlanc; Daniel Taylor

50. Alfred Deller - Classical Music
Weill, Toru Takemitsu, William Boughton, Simon Mulligan, Daniel violinist Hope,Keith Chamber Music, Volume 2 by Alfred Schnittke, thomas bowes, Linn Hendry
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51. The Wilde Wood - Artistes - A
A Primary Industry Atmospheric. Aranos violinist with Nurse Device Experimentalindustrial. Arcanta thomas Ayres vocals Attrition Martin bowes - deep male vocals
index sitemap artistes comp ... Z Artistes.A - Version 2.0 Entries: 319 Last Updated: 2004-04-07t16:00z AAAK
  • Industrial, EBM
  • releases: No Solace in Sleep
  • Atmospheric. South Californian. Label: Factory; Caroline Releases: Smiling Monarchs (1985); Eureka (1986); Resin (1988); AB-CD (most of Eureka and Resin, 1988); The Other Side of the Fence (demo's, remixes, 1991).
Abney Park
  • Robert Brown - vocalist. Seattle, Washington state-based goth-tinged. Electronica with wafty female vocals, light guitar, electonic drums.
Abney Park official Abney Park Abney Park official Abscess
  • Electronic, trance goth. Dark with gothic lyrics and vocals. Post darkwave (but not industrial) dance beat, EBM. Label: Middlepillar. Releases: In Your Mind.
Abscess Absent Minded
  • Industrial, EBM
Absolute Body Control
  • Industrial, EBM
  • Industrial, EBM
Absurd Adventures
  • Dark machine, electronic beats, harsh menacing male vocals, English, German lyrics. Releases: Idealism.
void Abuse
  • void
  • Abyssum
    • Jamie Glover - lead vocals; Todd Sumner - drummer; OJ - arrangement; Allen Barnett (Tears of Rage) - bass Goth rock.

    52. Find A Grave - Browse By County: Westchester County
    Armour, thomas Tommy b. September 24, 1895 d. September 12 b. June 7, 1845 d. July17, 1930 violinist. Ferry, Westchester County, New York, USA; bowes, Edward b

    53. BSA Music Events Overview
    This duet of a leading violinist and a major composer/pianist from the UK has wonpraise thomas bowes credentials include world premieres by renowned composers

    54. Florida Atlantic University - Media Relations Home Page
    Song, Boogie Woogie and Jubilee. violinist Mei Mei John Dowland, thomas Campion,and thomas Ford. Soprano Patricia bowes performance will include Baroque
    News from Florida Atlantic University
    February 2001
    February 1, 2001
    February 3, 2001
    February 2, 2001
    Health Care In Palm Beach County Gets A Boost
    February 2, 2001

    55. The Sea Ranch Association Soundings - Summer, 1998
    Adams, West Side Story Symphonic Dances by Bernstein and Tchaikovsky sViolin Concerto, op. 35, D major with violinist thomas bowes.
    S oundings Summer, 1998 The text portions of Soundings are also available in Adobe Acrobat format. To access this file, Adobe's Acrobat Reader is required and is distributed free over the Internet from the Adobe Web Site Inside this Issue: Health Facilities Proposed by Bob Cass In 1986, Dr. Tom Bertolli and Fire Chief Dan Levin were sitting on the steps of the Stewarts Point Store, consoling each other over the sudden loss of a local woman due to a pulmonary embolism. They both wanted a standard of health care for the coast that is unequaled in other communities. Tom had the idea of allowing people to get more advanced health care in this community. There are procedures that must be done in a hospital that could be done in an advanced care clinic. Dan had an ongoing interest in using his talents as an architect to design a facility to house a community health care center. That was the genesis of the Rural Health Care Corporation. Over the past seven or eight years several people and organizations have had visions about improving the availability and quality of community health care. This area runs from Jenner north to Irish Beach. Studies indicate that 75 percent of the coastal population over the age of 55 prefer to stay in this area, even after they no longer are able to live independently. Obviously then, the need for elder housing and updated medical and ambulance services is becoming a real issue.

    56. 2003 National Recording Registry - National Recording Preservation Board (Librar
    Washington, DC A contemporary of thomas Edison, Berliner sharecropper, Dennis McGee(18931989,) a Cajun violinist. Amos n Andy, and Major bowes Amateur Hour
    The Library of Congress Recorded Sound Reference Center
    Recordings are listed in chronological order:
  • Emile Berliner. "The Lord’s Prayer" and "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." (ca. 1888) Emile Berliner, the inventor of the microphone and founder of the first disc record company, lived and worked in Washington, D.C. A contemporary of Thomas Edison, Berliner believed that the wax cylinder developed by Edison and his partners was too soft and fragile for making a permanent recording. He developed the first process for mass-production of disc recordings. These are two of his early recordings. Vess Ossman. "Honolulu Cake Walk." (1898) During the era of ragtime music's greatest popularity, the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the syncopated music was typically recorded by bands, orchestras, or small ensembles, or accordion, xylophone, or banjo soloists. Vess Ossman, called "The Banjo King," was the one of the most prolific recording artists of that time. His "Honolulu Cake Walk" is a prime example of recorded ragtime banjo.
  • 57. K DATA003
    of Meza, Arizona, Elsie (John predeceased) bowes of Shorter 0205 published WHITE,John thomas On February 4th 2004-03-09 published violinist, teacher married
    KARKHECK o@ca.on.york.toronto. 2003-12-29 published
    ROWLAND, Lionel John ''Rollie, Al'' Of Oshawa and formerly of Scarborough and Toronto at the age of 83, peacefully on Friday, December 26, 2003 at Lakeridge Health Bowmanville. Lionel was born in West Toronto on October 22, 1920. He is the son of the late George and Caroline Anne (HITCHMAN) ROWLAND. Lionel served in the Royal Canadian Army Tank Corps for five years from 1940 to 1945 and achieved the rank of Sergeant. He was a Bell Telephone Pioneer having worked with Bell Canada for thirty years. Lionel is survived by his wife Mabel ''Wally'' Irene ROWLAND, his children Gail McKELLAR and her husband Jim of Guelph, Robert (Bob) ROWLAND and his wife Valerie of New Lowell (Barrie), his grandchildren Wayne and Brian and Patricia, Kelly and Christina, and two great-grandchildren. Lionel is predeceased by his sister Dorothy KARKHECK (late Currie) and brothers Norman ROWLAND (Margaret) and brothers wbo died in infancy. A memorial service will be held in the chapel of the Armstrong Funeral Home, 124 King Street East, Oshawa (905-433-4711), on Wednesday, December 31st at 1 p.m. Visitation from 12 noon to service time. Rev. Don STILES will be officiating. Interment at Prospect Cemetery, Toronto will take place in the spring of 2004. Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the charity of choice would be appreciated by the family.
    KARKRUFF o@ca.on.york.toronto.

    7. Concerts, Mini Ed Snodderly - 1981. 8. Concerts, Roman Totenberg - violinist,1981. 105. Phillips, Mr. thomas C. - 1976. Box 7. 6. Pitney bowes - 1982.
    East Tennessee State University
    Archives of Appalachia
    Box 70295
    Johnson City, Tennessee 37614-0138
    Telephone: (423)439-4338 INTRODUCTION Title: B. Carroll Reece Museum Records
    Collection Number: Accession No. 273
    Physical Description: 57 linear feet
    39 boxes
    Creator: B. Carroll Reece Museum
    Repository: University Archives, East Tennessee State University T.Seaton K.House T.Cook Provenance: The B. Carroll Reece Museum Records were transferred from the museum to the University Archives on January 15, 1986 by Helen Roseberry. They were opened for research January 1987. Access: The collection is open for research. HISTORICAL NOTE According to an article in the Johnson City Chronicle , dated November 23, 1933, "The museum (at State Teachers College) began as a history project..." which proved to be the birth of the repository which ultimately emerged as the B. Carroll Reece Museum. Dr. C. C. Sherrod, college president, personally solicited gifts to be housed in a ". . . large, fireproof library in which we are setting apart one whole floor for a museum." Dr. Burgin E. Dossett, college president (1949-1968), recommended to the State Board of Education in August 1961 that ". . . East Tennessee State College be given permission to accept Congressman [B. Carroll] Reece's . . . library, congressional reports, congressional files, and numerous personal materials of educational and historical value . . . "

    59. The Nostalgia Pages; The 100 Greatest Moments In Old-Time Radio
    A reference to violinist Yehudi Menuhin thomas Edison himself is the guest of honorin an elaborate The Rise Of Major bowes Spring/Summer 1935 As spinning goes
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    Channels The News Pages The Nostalgia Pages Nostalgia Mailing Lists ... Retro-Views Radio Moments of Century The Curmudgeon Struts and Frets Charlie's OTR Pages FOTR Con Info ... The Links Pages Proud Affiliate Of Contact Us Site Comments Sales Information Advertising Information By ICQ Pager: Your Name: Your Email: Your Short Message (~400 Chrs Max): Other Areas Advertising Rates L.O.F. Communications Summers Family Personal Pages Smartlinks from Looksmart Panel Removed Until Account is Unlocked Page Last Modified Tue, Nov 06, 2001 03:00:40 PM EST Contents and Source L.O.F. Communications Radio's Moments Of The Century by Elizabeth McLeod The One Hundred Greatest Moments in Old-Time Radio Well, thinking to add yet another 100-Moments-Of-The-Century-List to the many such tabulations that have been published in the Mass Media 100 Top TV Moments, 100 Top Movie Moments, 100 Top Music Moments, etc. etc. etc., I've spent the last few days putting together my list of Suggested 100 Radio Moments Of The Century.

    60. By-Lion -- January 26, 2004
    thomas and Loranger High School Rival Night First 100 principal investigator, andDavid bowes, co-investigator He performed with violinist Kate Ransom, in a
    January 26, 2004 From left, victory celebration guests listen to remarks from President Moffett; President Moffett, former President Clausen, and campaign Chair Phil Livingston admire the wall of honor; guests enter through the candle-lit SGA walkway. Victory celebration closes "Commitment to Excellence Campaign"
    Southeastern officially brought closure to the five-year Commitment to Excellence Campaign at a gala event Friday evening. Sims Memorial Library sparkled with candles and white lights for the victory party, which featured remarks by President Randy Moffett, former President Sally Clausen, Vice President for University Advancement Joe Miller, Campaign Chair Phil Livingston and others. Highlights also included the unveiling of a "wall of honor" of major donors, and a "thank you" video prepared by the Public Information Office with narration by KSLU's Wayne Cain.
    The Committment to Excellence Campaign, which was launched with a goal of raising $6.75-$10.75 million, ultimately raised $24.9 million for student scholarships, academic program enrichment, faculty and staff enhancement, endowed chairs and professorships, athletics, and ongoing support for the Southeastern Development Foundation.
    2004-2005 Faculty Development Grant Program: Call for proposals
    Proposals are now being solicited for scholarly projects requiring financial support during the 2004-05 academic year. Each grant award is for a maximum of $2,000.

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