Ansermet


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Ansermet

(French ɑ̃sɛrmɛ)
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(Biography) Ernest (ɛrnɛst). 1883–1969, Swiss orchestral conductor; principal conductor of Diaghilev's Ballets Russes
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The exhibition, curated by internationally acclaimed artist Michele Ansermet Papadopoulos, will open on Wednesday at 7.
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2011; Busse, Stromgren, Thorngate, & Thomas, 2013; Chertok, McCrone, Parker, & Leslie, 2014; Forcada-Guex, Borghini, Pierrehumbert, Ansermet, & Muller-Nix, 2011; Yaman & Altay, 2015).
The Ensemble set out to recover neglected masterworks of the past and rejig the canon, and Paiement was much influenced by the writings of Swiss conductor Ernest Ansermet, who had worked on expanding the repertoire old and new.
Borghini A, Pierrehumbert B, Miljkovitch R, Muller-Nix C, Forcada-Guex MN, Ansermet F Mothers attachment representations of their premature infant at 6 and 18 months after birth.
We are made aware of select key critics (including Ernest Ansermet, Paul Landormy, Henry Prunieres, Vallas, and Emile Vuillermoz), their collaborations and relationships with specific composers, and their roles in constructing a history and legacy of French music.
Al frente de la orquesta estuvo otra leyenda, Ernest Ansermet.
I would like to thank Thallen and AJ for their patience, Professors Daniel Gervais and Catherine Deane for their guidance, and Emily Rickard, Lydia Ansermet, David Roberts, Leland Frost, and the rest of the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law editorial staff for their dedication and support throughout the publishing process.
They have the potential to strengthen the image of Madagascar on the international stage, said Lorence Ansermet, UNIDO Representative to Madagascar.
Founded in 1918 by Ernest Ansermet, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande comprises 112 musicians.
Pierrehumbert B, Torrisi R, Ansermet F, Borghini A, Halfon O.