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Tippett

(ˈtɪpɪt)
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(Biography) Sir Michael. 1905–98, English composer, whose works include the oratorio A Child of Our Time (1941) and the operas The Midsummer Marriage (1952), King Priam (1961), The Knot Garden (1970), The Ice Break (1976), and New Year (1989)
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For the inaugural season, that history will be represented by Clark Tippett's Some Assembly Required and Bruckner Violin Concerto, James Kudelka's Cruel World, Mark Morris's Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes, George Balanchine's Theme and Variations (which premiered at City Center in November 1947), Agnes de Mille's Fall River Legend, Jerome Robbins's Fancy Free, and Antony Tudor's Pillar of Fire.
Peter Tippett points out that the certification criteria - established through input by users and experts - will be set to approve "effective" firewalls, not only the best or most ideal.
To be sure, the author dwells on Renaissance treatments of these themes and devices in intermedi, pastoral drama, and other types of verse set to music, and their influence on the early history of opera; but he goes far beyond their culmination in Rinuccini's and Peri's Euridice (1600) and Striggio's and Monteverdi's Orfeo (1607) in the first decade of opera's lifetime to considerations, albeit brief ones, of Gluck's Orfeo (1762) and Mozart's Zauberflote (1791) - where he sees an allegorical connection between Tamino's quest and that of Orpheus - as well as, for example, Tippett's oratorio, The Mask of Time (1984).
It contains authoritative essays on all major symphonists up to and including Beethoven; then on all composers of symphonies from Haydn to Tippett in detail, with reference to less well known and unjustly neglected figures.
Her replacement Michael Tippett, was due to start in September but has now stepped into the role.
The CBSO has a warm affinity with the music of Michael Tippett. Last season it gave a tremendous account of the notoriously difficult Second Symphony under Edward Gardner, and soon after Symphony Hall opened in 1991 it recorded A Child of Our Time under the baton of the composer himself.
Estreicher, Harper, and Tippett present readers with the fifth edition of their comprehensive examination of employment discrimination law in the United States as it is practiced contemporarily.
Clive Tippett, a design technology teacher at Dyffryn Taf School in Carmarthenshire, was called before the Education Workforce Council in Cardiff regarding allegations of dishonesty.
Mathew Tippett, from Solihull, slashed open his partner's abdomen, slashed at her throat and stabbed her repeatedly after she said she was leaving him.
Patriots and Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Andre Tippett, the team's executive director of community affairs, visited Coach LaChapelle and his team on Nov.
Dell s end-to-end solutions enable Tippett Studio, the Academy Award A -winning visual effects studio, to bring the wonders of the universe to life in living rooms across the country in the celebrated science documentary series COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey.
Tomorrow's programme features music by Arnold, Tippett and Walton.