Waldstein


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Waldstein

(German ˈvaltʃtaɪn)
n
(Biography) a variant of (Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von) Wallenstein
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This metaphor was also apt for the increasingly "serious" repertoire that Clara programmed: As she became more secure in her reputation, she added to her concerts works like Beethoven's "Waldstein" Sonata, Mendelssohn's Variations Serieuses, Bach Preludes and Fugues and, of course, works of Schumann.
"The Friends of the Walkway join with Governor Cuomo and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation in celebrating these new amenities on the Walkway Over the Hudson," said Elizabeth Waldstein, Executive Director, Walkway Over the Hudson.
| 1798: Giovanni Casanova, Italian adventurer, lover and romancer, died at his Castle of Waldstein, Bohemia.
1798: Giovanni Casanova, Italian lover and romancer, died at his Castle of Waldstein, Bohemia.
ON THIS DAY 1798: Giovanni Casanova, Italian adventurer, lover and romancer, died at the Castle of Waldstein, Bohemia, where he was working in his old age as a librarian.
Woman, Michael Waldstein makes the keen observation that philosophy
First came Beethoven's 'Waldstein Sonata' in C Major Opus 53.
Compared to the brief "Snapshot" for the "Waldstein" Sonata op.
Waldstein, "The assessment and management of hyperthyroidism," OtolaryngolClin North Am, vol.
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The drink was first made by New York firm Maas & Waldstein as Ironbrew and branded "the ideal American drink".
Along these lines, Maier, Waldstein, and Synowski (2003), in a laboratory context, found that threat appraisals significantly predicted enhanced negative affect, and that challenge appraisals predicted greater positive affect and task engagement.