Gottschalk


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Gott·schalk

 (gŏch′ôk′, gŏt′shôk′), Louis Moreau 1829-1869.
American composer and pianist whose compositions, such as The Dying Poet (1864), often incorporate African-American and Creole rhythms.

Gott•schalk

(ˈgɒt ʃɔk)

n.
Louis Moreau, 1829–69, U.S. pianist and composer.
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Santander InnoVentures, Santander Group's (NYSE: STD) (SAN.MC) global corporate venture capital fund, has said that it has appointed Chris Gottschalk as a senior adviser to lead the USD200m fund's strategic direction in the US.
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"We have started to normalize a state of permanent urgency, and most of the time, it's not justified," said Simon Gottschalk, a University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV) sociology professor.
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A Licad fan named Hadeza Cabaddu on Facebook singles out her interpretation of Gottschalk's 'La Chute des Feuilles' as 'truly amazing.'
Verbeten's proposed research at the New York Public Library Performing Arts Library focuses on the 1853 tour of Louis Moreau Gottschalk, during which his concert programs and compositional style underwent a change to focus more on American themes and material.
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Caught: The Prison State and the Lockdown of American Politics, by Marie Gottschalk, Princeton University Press, N.J., 2014, 496 pp.
By Marie Gottschalk. Oxford and Princeton: Princeton University Press.