Praetorius


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Praetorius

(German prɛˈtoːriʊs)
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(Biography) Michael (ˈmɪçaeːl). 1571–1621, German composer and musicologist, noted esp for his description of contemporary musical practices and instruments, Syntagma musicum (1615–19)
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Although his geographic attributions were often incorrect, Praetorius included scale drawings of many world percussion instruments, including a gong, bonang and kempuls from Java; a ntumpani from Ghana; and a mrdangam from India.
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Bach, Michael Praetorius, Regner and Bartok, as well as many others.
In a recent Special Issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies, whose focus is on current debates on 'the self' and its relation to consciousness, one of its editors, Nini Praetorius, identifies a number of spiritual perspectives--including Zen Buddhism, the Ridhwan School of Buddhism and Christian contemplative mysticism--whose views and precepts resonate closely with those of relatedness as understood by the third 'Grand Theory' (Praetorius, 2016).
According to the study's lead author, Summer Praetorius of the Carnegie Institution for Science, during both events, "the transition to hypoxia occurred abruptly and persisted for about 1,000 years, suggesting a feedback that sustained or amplified hypoxia.
Con respecto a su aposentamiento en los reinos germanos y en la Gran Bretana, baste con citar una coleccion de zarabandas alemanas, de 1612, de Michael Praetorius, todas en tiempo allegro, y la contrafaccion que hicieron los Ingleses, a mediados del XVII, al componer zarabandas que se asociaban con las veloces contradanzas.
CSO will get us all in the Christmas spirit with popular classical works for Christmas by JS Bach, Praetorius, Corelli, Mozart, Baltas and Christmas arias and songs orchestrated and arranged by Alkis Baltas, such as Ave Maria (G.
His recital will include works by Praetorius, Dowland, Bach, Dyens and Brouwer, arrangements of Celtic Folk Music by David Russell and performances of his own compositions.
The numerous volumes of great historical value include an extremely precious convolute of three vocal polyphony music prints dating from the early 17th century, containing the repertoire of polyphonic Magnificats by Italian composers (Nuremberg, 1600), works by Hieronymus Praetorius (Hamburg, 1602) and Martin Langreder (Passau, 1602).
She may have quicksilver petit allegro and charming Bournonville presence, but Ida Praetorius is not your typical dainty Royal Danish Ballet dancer.