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Glin·ka

 (glĭng′kə, glyēn′kə), Mikhail Ivanovich 1804-1857.
Russian composer considered the founder of Russian nationalistic music. His works include the operas A Life for the Czar (1836) and Russlan and Ludmilla (1842).
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Glinka

(Russian ˈɡlinkə)
n
(Biography) Mikhail Ivanovich (mixaˈil iˈvanəvitʃ). 1804–57, Russian composer who pioneered the Russian national school of music. His works include the operas A Life for the Tsar (1836) and Russlan and Ludmilla (1842)
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Glin•ka

(ˈglɪŋ kə)

n.
Mikhail Ivanovich, 1803–57, Russian composer.
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Young guest conductor Ang opened the concert with a festive rendition of Mikhael Glinka's 'Russlan and Ludmilla Overture.' He authoritatively wielded the baton and fostered utmost rapport between the musicians and the pianist.
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2 in F major, as well as music from German Max Bruch, Mikhail Glinka and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
The collaborators worked closely together on the linguistic and conceptual translations of a manuscript written by the Russian soil scientist Konstantin Dmitrievich Glinka (1867-1927), which resulted in the publication of a German (1914) and an English (1927) book, analyzed in detail below.
She has been working with Olga Mladenova since the age of 5 and has already performed virtuoso works such as Mihail Glinka's "Lipstick" for example.
Speaking of the students, who gave up their free time to help others, TV news presenter Elizabeth Glinka said: "In supporting Year 7 students through their transition into secondary school and taking the lead on their school's anti-bullying week activities, the peer mentors have created a team ethos, with all staff and students working to create a safe and happy learning environment for all."
As an alternative approach to Neuber's rule, Molski and Glinka [2] proposed the equivalent strain energy density (ESED) method.
Also, the Mylan group executives proposed for election to the board as new members are Caroline Dixon, head of Finance, Northern Europe; Jacek Glinka, president, Europe and Colleen Ostrowski, treasurer, with Glinka elected as chairman of the board.
The concert will be directed by ASO Musical Director Philip Mann and will feature Glinka's "Ruslan and Ludmilla Overture," Korngold's Violin Concerto in D Major featuring Philippe Quint on violin, Mozart's "Haffner" Symphony and Respighi's "Pines of Rome."
After setting us firmly in French mode for the evening with a Pastorale by Canteloube and their own arrangement of Saint-Saens' The Swan, they immediately made an Italianate diversion with Glinka's Trio Pathetique for clarinet, bassoon and piano.
Nearly all classically trained singers and their teachers have heard a few of the better known songs of Tchaikovsky or Rachmaninov; few know that Glinka, Dargomyzhsky, the entire membership of the Russian Five (better known as the "Mighty Handful" in Russia), Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and many others, also composed beautiful romansy for the voice.