Antheil

Antheil

(ˈæntaɪl)
n
(Biography) George. 1900–59, US composer. His best known work is the controversial Le Ballet Méchanique (1924) for motor horns, bells, and aeroplane propellers
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He made his BBC Proms debut in 2008 with Vaughan Williams' Piano Concerto, and returned in following seasons to perform works by Foulds, Stravinsky, Antheil and McCabe.
has hired Florida-based executives John Charles Thomas and Mike Antheil to lead the expansion of the companys HERO PACE Program into the state, working with the Florida Development Finance Corporation.
Desde el cubismo se resalta la obra de Fernand Leger "Tres mujeres" (1921) y del mismo artista el filme "El ballet mecanico" (1924) con la colaboracion de Dudley Murphy (1897-1968) y George Antheil (1900-1959).
In a conversation with inventor, author and composer, George Antheil in Los Angeles, from whom Lamarr was seeking tips on improving her figure, radio-controlled torpedoes somehow turned into a topic of discussion.
She and her business partner George Antheil were awarded a patent in 1942 for a "secret communication system".
The intermediate-level piano collection features 41 works by nine composers: Denes Agay, George Antheil, Samuel Barber, Paul Creston, David Diamond, William Gillock, Morton Gould, Alan Hovhaness and Robert Muczynski.
3), Walter Piston (Suite from The Incredible Flutist) and George Antheil (A Jazz Symphony).
Eliot's Wasteland and the work of Theodor Adorno as an effort to understand rhythm and the music of Richard Wagner and Igor Stravinsky; Ezra Pound's essay on George Antheil's Ballet Mecanique; James Joyce's collaboration with Antheil on the oCyclopso episode of Ulysses, as well as noise in Joyce's works; Edith Sitwell and William Walton's Facade; and the noise in the work of E.
With the help of composer George Antheil she came up with a way of switching between wavelengths that is now used in mobile phones.
The most significant invention that she worked on with George Antheil, her composer colleague, was the remote-controlled wireless torpedo, which was navigated by a jamproof, frequency-hopping command signal.
5) In that year, a patent was granted to the actress Hedy Lamarr and composer George Antheil on a "secret communication system" through the use of a spread spectrum technology called Frequency Hopping.
The map of the Kingdom of Prussia (Carte vin dem Kooniglich Preussischen Landes Antheil nach der Theilung Polens im Jahr 1795) was published in Niurnberg in 1796.