Praetorius


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Praetorius

(German prɛˈtoːriʊs)
n
(Biography) Michael (ˈmɪçaeːl). 1571–1621, German composer and musicologist, noted esp for his description of contemporary musical practices and instruments, Syntagma musicum (1615–19)
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The first meaning is emphasized by Monteverdi's subsequent remark |ma non fonda pero |troppo' and the second by the additional words |da camera.' In Syntagma musicum Praetorius uses the word Bassett to describe the lowest line in a high-sounding choir (vocal or instrumental), but at this point he is referring to a line of music, not to who performs it, and to church music.
Their associated melodies have become the backbone of a great deal of other music, from the homophony of Lucas Oslander to the polychoralism of Michael Praetorius, from the cantatas and organ preludes of Johann Sebastian Bach to the motets and organ pieces of Hugo Distler, from Felix Mendelssohn's exploration of Luther's Ein feste Burg in his Reformation Symphony to Igor Stravinsky's somewhat sparse reworking of the same melody in his L'histoire du soldat, among other examples.
This year, the singers, conducted by Huw Williams, began with Det Ar En Ros Utsprungen, a hymn of German origin, harmonised by Michael Praetorius in 1609 and arranged by Swedish composer Jan Sandstrom.
Jeremy Praetorius, a research chemist at Chevron Philips Chemical Co.
When P2X receptors are expressed in the plasma membrane of PC12 cells (Praetorius and Leipziger, 2009) or HEK-293 cells (Hayashi et al., 2004), patch-clamp electrophysiology in outside-out or whole-cell mode can be used to detect ATP in proximity to the electrode-immobilized membrane or cell.
In a recent Special Issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies, whose focus is on current debates on 'the self' and its relation to consciousness, one of its editors, Nini Praetorius, identifies a number of spiritual perspectives--including Zen Buddhism, the Ridhwan School of Buddhism and Christian contemplative mysticism--whose views and precepts resonate closely with those of relatedness as understood by the third 'Grand Theory' (Praetorius, 2016).
According to the study's lead author, Summer Praetorius of the Carnegie Institution for Science, during both events, "the transition to hypoxia occurred abruptly and persisted for about 1,000 years, suggesting a feedback that sustained or amplified hypoxia."
CSO will get us all in the Christmas spirit with popular classical works for Christmas by JS Bach, Praetorius, Corelli, Mozart, Baltas and Christmas arias and songs orchestrated and arranged by Alkis Baltas, such as Ave Maria (G.