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du Pré

 (do͞o prā′, dyo͞o), Jacqueline 1945-1987.
British cellist noted for her performances of concertos and sonatas from the 19th-century repertoire.

du Pré

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(Biography) Jacqueline. 1945–87, English cellist. Multiple sclerosis ended her performing career (1973) after which she became a cello teacher
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I love Enigma etc but this piece - once famously recorded by Jaqueline Du Pre - I find extremely mournful and depressing.
1987: Jacqueline du Pre (above), British cellist, died aged 42.
1987: Jacqueline du Pre, British cellist, died aged 42.
Meet Lucius Du Pre. The reclusive pop genius is the world's most bankable star and entire sections of the music industry depend on his continuing success.
After going up the beyond-category ascents to Montee de Bisanne and Col du Pre, plus the second-category Cormet de Roselend, the stage concluded with the unprecedented and lengthy 17.6-kilometer climb to La Rosiere -- a ski resort linked to La Thuile in the Italian region of Valle d'Aosta.
Three standout pieces from the women's range include the 'Du Pre' (pictured below), 'Christie' and 'Hepburn.'
A rather different 70th anniversary has also taken place this year - and perhaps has gone unnoticed sadly - in January the famous cellist Jacqueline du Pre would have been 70 had she not been strickent with multiple sclerosis which tragically cut her life short at the age of 42 in 1987.
People reected on this when the brilliant young British cellist Jacqueline du Pre was struck down in her prime by multiple sclerosis.
It led to the early death of celebrated cellist Jacqueline du Pre in 1987 aged 42.
Con pocas palabras transmite su mensaje de desolacion y furia y nos deja ver la relacion que establecio ella, como artista y mujer, con la virtuosa violonchelista inglesa Jacqueline du Pre que murio a los 42 anos de esclerosis multiple, pero que catorce anos antes tuvo que dejar de tocar.
Ersan Deveci, Pynar Du Pre and Ozan Oganer bring their works together at the exhibition "E[pounds sterling]c Teknik-E[pounds sterling]c Sanatcy" (Three Techniques-Three Artists), where they exhibit different languages and techniques, while on deeper analysis they reveal certain concerns and emotions in common.
According to Professor Roy du Pre, a former Vice Chancellor and Principal of Durban University of Technology in South Africa, the country is experiencing a low supply of qualified human resources in critical areas such as agriculture and mining.