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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.
| 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.
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First came Beethoven's 'Waldstein Sonata' in C Major Opus 53.
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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.