euphonia


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euphonia

n. eufonía, audición normal de la voz.
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Julie Cattiau returned to the stage to talk about Project Euphonia, a Google initiative dedicated to building speech models that are trained to understand people with impaired speech.
uk / 0161 236 5100 / Today, 11pm-4am / PS12 Exhibition / Emma Smith: 5Hz & Euphonia An artist whose work uses places, histories and happenings as raw materials, Cambridge-based Emma Smith brings two of her wonderful pieces to HOME this weekend.
1--Hall metonymically enlarges the meaning of "machine" to encompass both literal (the Euphonia automaton) and figurative (Patmore's New Prosody), institutional (schoolboy Gradus grinding) and individual (phrenological analysis of Tennyson's poetic head) phenomena.
FACT, Wood Street, Liverpool, 0871 902 5737 - to 17 June Euphonia, by Emma Smith Bluecoat's gallery is transformed into a sonic chamber for collective singing in this ground-breaking new sound installation by Emma Smith, based on the music of social communication.
Molothrus oryzivorus Giant Cowbird S FRINGILLIDAE, Siskin, Euphonia 286.
However, detailed requests for specific additional data did not produce any reply as to the collectors (or numbers) of holdings such as, for instance, a male paratype of Aphelocoma unicolor Du Bus, 1847 and a couple of Euphonia elegantissima (Bonaparte, 1838) from "S.
Chapter 4 takes up the question of "the aesthetics of technology" and of Berlioz's appreciation not only of new instruments, but also of such inventions as the electric metronome, the telegraph, the steam engine and the railroads, and the sinister death-machine he takes cruel pleasure in putting into service in the tale of Euphonia. Indeed, a comparison here between the hybrid genres of Euphonia and La damnation de Faust offers nourishing food for thought: in both works, the female protagonist's body is silenced, if not actually crushed; and if the novella proffers a setting five hundred years hence, the legende dramatique provides a fusion of opera and concert that join "a wider discourse about music's path into the future" (p.
Dustin Mengelkoch's "Euphonia and Energeia: Jan Bernaerts and Statius's Thebaid' is a subtle, close reading of Bernaerts's paratexts to his Statius edition, concentrating on how attentive to these almost mystical principles he was in his interaction with Statius's text.
El bosque Colindres presento dos grupos exclusivos: los consumidores de frutas (F) (Fringillidae, Euphonia laniirostris) y los consumidores de insectos, invertebrados grandes y vertebrados muy pequenos (IV) (Accipitridae, Rosthramus sociabilis) (Fig.