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Caleb Williams

By: William Godwin

... CALEB WILLIAMS by WILLIAM GODWIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Libr... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CALEB WILLIAMS Author: WILLIAM GODWIN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...... ...d the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of el... ...... ......................................................................163 Caleb Williams i Table of Contents Caleb Williams CHAPTER XIII. ................. ...nions of many among Godwin's most eminent contemporaries. In “The Letters of Charles Lamb,” Sir T.N. Talfourd says: “Indifferent altogether to the... ...n whose future happiness or misery depended on its issue. I read, I devoured compositions of this sort. They took possession of my soul; and the effec... ...e price, he replied, it was their constant rule to give nothing for poetical compositions, the letter−box being always full of writings of that sort; ...

...pt: DRAMATIS PERSONAE MR. FERDINANDO FALKLAND, a high?spirited and highly cultured gentleman, a country squire in ?a remote county of England.? CALEB WILLIAMS, a youth, his secretary, the discoverer of his secret, and the supposed narrator of the consequent events. MR. COLLINS, Falkland?s steward and Caleb?s friend. THOMAS, a servant of Falkland?s. MR. FORESTER, Falkland?s...

...Table of Contents: Caleb Williams, 1 -- William Godwin, 1 -- DRAMATIS PERSONAE, 2 -- Introduction, 3 -- Preface BY THE AUTHOR, 6 -- AUTHOR'S LATEST Preface, 6 -- Preface TO THE FIRST EDITION, 10 -- Volume THE FIRST, 11 -- Chapter I, 11 -- Chapter II,...

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List of compositions by Charles Wuorinen

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More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume 1

By: Charles Darwin

...MORE LETTERS OF by FRANCIS DARWIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Librar... ...CIS DARWIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CHARLES DARWIN, VOLUME I Title: MORE LETTERS OF CHARLES DARWIN, VOLUME... ...... ...the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of elec... ...... ... July, 2001 [eBook #2739] PGCC Collection: More Letters of Charles Darwin Vol. 1 eBook file: 1mlcd10.htm or 1mlcd10.pdf Corr... ...given in London, under Weber's direction, in 1825. The last of Weber's compositions, "From Chindara's warbling fount," was written for Miss Ste... ...A" of the letter (as published in Fawcett's Life) is the late Professor Williamson, who is reported to have said that "while he would not say th... ...n, December 7th [1862]. I was on the point of adding to an order to Williams & Norgate for your Lectures (149/1. "A Course of Six Lectures ...

...The ?Life and Letters of Charles Darwin? was published in 1887. Since that date, through the kindness of various correspondents, additional letters have been received; among them may be mentioned those written by Mr. Darwin to Mr. Belt, Lady Derby, H...

...CONTENTS OF VOLUME I. Outline of Charles Darwin's Life, etc. CHAPTER 1.I.--An Autobiographical Fragment, and Early Letters, 1809-1842. CHAPTER 1.II.--Evolution, 1844-1858. CHAPTER 1.III.--Evolution, 1859-1863. 9...

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List of compositions for harp

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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Volume 2

By: Charles Lamb

... THE WORKS OF CHARLES AND by E. V. LUCAS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library... ...ion World Public Library.org MARY LAMB, VOLUME 2 Title: THE WORKS OF CHARLES AND MARY LAMB, VOLUME 2 Author: E. V. LUCAS Language: English Su... ...... ...d the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of el... ...... ...Charles Lamb, et al, Edited by E. V. Lucas Table of Contents The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Volume 2 ....................................... ...the sanctity, and high yet modest spirit of self−approval, of Milton, in his compositions of a similar structure. They are in truth what Milton, censu... ... the scaffold. The Sonnets which we oftenest call to mind of Milton were the compositions of his maturest years. Those of Sydney, which I am about to ... ...otherwise, lest he should falsify a revelation? Any that has imparted to his compositions, not merely so much truth as is enough to convey a story wit...

...Introduction: This volume contains the work by which Charles Lamb is best known and upon which his fame will rest?Elia and The Last Essays of Elia. Although one essay is as early as 1811, and one is perhaps as late as 1832, the book represents the period between 1820 a...

...Table of Contents: The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Volume 2, 1 -- Charles Lamb, et al, Edited by E. V. Lucas, 1 -- Introduction, 2 -- ELIA, 3 -- THE SOUTH?SEA HOUSE, 3 -- OXFORD IN THE VACATION, 7 -- CHRIST'S HOSPITAL FIVE AND THIRTY YEARS AGO, 10 -- TH...

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List of compositions for horn

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...This is a selected list of musical compositions that feature a prominent part for the (French) horn, sorted by... ...l compositions that feature a prominent part for the (French) horn, sorted by era and then by composer. Cont... ...nd Kontrabaß Robert Nicolas Charles Bochsa L´écho. Deuxième Nocturn... ... Valse, Op. 20 Romance de "Charles de France", Op. 17 M... ... Reverie Charles Gounod Six mélodies pour cor ... ... Four Concert Pastoralas "Fourteen compositions for young hornists" Air ... ...iolin, Horn and six instruments Three compositions for Horn Music for five f... ... "Infinitude" horn concerto with symphonic orchestra created by Jean-Pierre Dassonville "Vent Domin... ... "Vent Dominant" 4 horns concerto with wind orchestra created and recorded by Olifant Quartet "Soft breath" (Jazz...

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A History of Science

By: Henry Smith Williams, M. D.

...A HISTORY OF SCIENCE by HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS Classic Literature Collection World Public ... ...A HISTORY OF SCIENCE by HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org VO... ...g VOLUME 1 Title: A HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOLUME 1 Author: HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World ... ...... ...the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of elec... ...... ...ITIONS, 1hsci11.htm Separate source VERSION, 1hsci10a.htm Scanned by Charles Keller with OmniPage Professional OCR software Ver.04.29.9... ... A History of Science, Volume 1, by Henry Smith Williams Scanned by Charles Keller with OmniPage Professional OCR software A HISTOR... ...not bear too close an examination, yet it is true that no extensive prose compositions of an earlier day than this have been preserved, though numer...

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Alberto Williams

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... Composer Alberto Williams Alberto Williams (November 23, 1862 ... ...of classical music, a pianist, a pedagogue, and a conductor. Life and work Alberto Williams was born in Buenos ... ...randfather, Amancio Jacinto Alcorta, had been a respected diplomat and economist, and an amateur composer of salon music. Williams began studying the ... ...ment of the Province of Buenos Aires in 1882 to study music composition at the Paris Conservatoire, where he was mentored by pianists Georges Mathias ... ...ires in 1882 to study music composition at the Paris Conservatoire, where he was mentored by pianists Georges Mathias and Charles de Bériot, and learn... ...00, Williams mostly cultivated an international style strongly rooted in the Romantic tradition. After 1910, however, his compositions employed select... ..., 1907), one for cello and piano (1906), and the Primera Sonata Argentina for piano (1917). He created lyrics for all his compositions and authored nu... ...mé Mitre March; First, Second, and Third Argentine Suites. He lived his final years surrounded by the admiration of his man... ...he admiration of his many students in the casa del puente (house of the bridge),[6] a residence in Mar del Plata designed by his son, noted modernist ...

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A History of Science, Vol. 1

By: Henry Smith Williams

...A HISTORY OF SCIENCE by HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS A History of Science, V1 Henry Smith Willia... ...A HISTORY OF SCIENCE by HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS A History of Science, V1 Henry Smith Williams Copyright © ... ...RIOD • XI. A RETROSPECTIVE GLANCE AT CLASSICAL SCIENCE • APPENDIX Scanned by Charles Keller A HISTORY OF SCIENCE BY HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS, M.D., LL.D.... ...D • XI. A RETROSPECTIVE GLANCE AT CLASSICAL SCIENCE • APPENDIX Scanned by Charles Keller A HISTORY OF SCIENCE BY HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS, M.D., LL.D. AS... ... • APPENDIX Scanned by Charles Keller A HISTORY OF SCIENCE BY HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS, M.D., LL.D. ASSISTED BY EDWARD H. WILLIAMS, M.D. VOLUME I. THE BE... ... Keller A HISTORY OF SCIENCE BY HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS, M.D., LL.D. ASSISTED BY EDWARD H. WILLIAMS, M.D. VOLUME I. THE BEGINNINGS OF SCIENCE BOOK I Sh... ... not bear too close an examination, yet it is true that no extensive prose compositions of an earlier day than this have been preserved, though numero... ...ation given in The Historians' History of the World, edited by Henry Smith Williams, London and New York, 1904, Vol. I, p. 510. 23 (p. 77). The Histo...

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Buster Williams

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... Birth name Charles Anthony Williams Bor... ... www.busterwilliams.com Charles Anthony "Buster" Williams (born April 17, 1942, Camden, New Jersey,... ... Early life and career Williams’ father, Charles Anthony Williams, Sr., was a musician who played bass, drums, and p... ...to focus on bass after hearing his father’s record of Star Dust, performed by Oscar Pettiford, and started playing in his early teens.[2] He had his f... ... 1961,[3][4] until the group got stranded in Kansas City and was abandoned by Ammons, who fled without paying the band.[3] The rhythm section managed ... ... Vocal accompanist Williams was hired by Dakota Staton after hearing him at a gig in Wilmington, Delaware with th... ...ayne Shorter, Al Foster, and trumpeter Shunzo Ono, featuring five original compositions by Williams. He continues to perform with a rotating lineup as... ...y 17, 1982, the day Monk died, but soon incorporated the band members' own compositions along with other jazz standards.[11] Recen... ...ms made several television appearances as well, performing five of his own compositions with Branford Marsalis' The Tonight Show band, and backing Err...

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A History of Science, V1

By: Henry Smith Williams

... A HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOL. 1 by HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS Classic Literature Collection World Publi... ... HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOL. 1 by HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ... ...ic Library.org Title: A HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOL. 1 Author: HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: Worl... ...... ...d the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of el... ...... ...RIOD • XI. A RETROSPECTIVE GLANCE AT CLASSICAL SCIENCE • APPENDIX Scanned by Charles Keller A HISTORY OF SCIENCE BY HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS, M.D., LL.D. ... ...ld not bear too close an examination, yet it is true that no extensive prose compositions of an earlier day than this have been preserved, though nume...

...Table of Contents: A History of Science, V1, 1 -- Henry Smith Williams, 1 -- Volume I. THE BEGINNINGS OF SCIENCE, 1 -- BOOK I, 1 -- I. PREHISTORIC SCIENCE, 2 -- II. EGYPTIAN SCIENCE, 9 -- III. SCIENCE OF BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA, 19 -- IV. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALPHABET, 30 -- V. THE BEGI...

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Charles Mingus

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...for the U.S. Bicentennial, New York City, July 4, 1976. Photo by Tom Marcello ... ... Birth name Charles Mingus Jr. Born ... ... .com.mingusmingusminguswww Charles Mingus Jr. (April 22, 1922 – January 5, 1979) was a highly influent... ...ps, Mingus is often considered the heir of [2] Mingus' compositions continue to be played by contemporary musicians ranging from t... ...heir of [2] Mingus' compositions continue to be played by contemporary musicians ranging from the repertory bands Mingus Big Band,... ...hestra, to the high school students who play the charts and compete in the Charles Mingus High School Competition.[3] Gunther Schu... ... National Endowment for the Arts[5] made possible the cataloging of Mingus compositions, which were then donated to the Music Division of the New York... ...ingus's autobiography Beneath the Underdog he recounts a story told to him by his father, Charles Mingus Sr., according to which his white grandmother... ...recognition as a bandleader, Mingus played gigs with Charlie Parker, whose compositions and improvisations greatly inspired and influenced him. Mingus...

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Sir Charles Grandison

By: Samuel Richardson

... SIR CHARLES GRANDISON by SAMUEL RICHARDSON Classic Literature Collection World Public L... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: SIR CHARLES GRANDISON Author: SAMUEL RICHARDSON Language: English Subject: F... ...... ...d the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of el... ...... ......................................................13 THE HISTORY OF Sir Charles Grandison, Bart. ................................................ ...f Mr. Reeves, Cousin of Miss Byron. Sir Hargrave Pollexfen, Bart. Lady Betty Williams. The Earl of L. a Scotish Nobleman. The Countess of L. Wife of L... ... be said. But it is a pretty piece, however. Thursday Morning. Lady Betty Williams supp'd with us the same evening. She is an agreeable woman, th... ... mingled anger and contempt. Nor I this taste for foreign performances and compositions from Mr. Greville; for so long time as thou hast been a d...

...Table of Contents: Sir Charles Grandison, 1 -- Samuel Richardson, 1 -- Vol. 1, 11 -- Preface, 11 -- Names of the Principal Persons, 12 -- ITALIANS, 13 -- THE HISTORY OF Sir Charles Grandison, Bart, 13 -- LETTER I, 13 -- LETTER II, 14 -- LETTER III,...

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Charles Goodyear Medal

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... rubber industry" Presented by ACS Rubber Division ... ... http://www.rubber.org/s-t-awards The Charles Goodyear Medal is the highest honor conferred by the American Chemi... ... The Charles Goodyear Medal is the highest honor conferred by the American Chemical Society, Rubber Division. Established in 1941, the... ...al Society, Rubber Division. Established in 1941, the award is named after Charles Goodyear, the discoverer of vulcanization, and consists of a gold m... ... particular Ameripol for B. F. Goodrich. 1946 Ira Williams - duPont developer of Neoprene 1948 B. F.... ...- B. F. Goodrich Director of Technology who developed oil-resistant rubber compositions, lab tests for tire treads, and improvements in manufacture of... ...ence awards Engineering awards Charles Goodyear Medal recipients ... ... rubber industry" Presented by ACS Rubber Division ... ...- B. F. Goodrich Director of Technology who developed oil-resistant rubber compositions, lab tests for tire treads, and improvements in manufacture of...

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Sir Charles Grandison

By: Samuel Richardson

...SIR CHARLES GRANDISON by SAMUEL RICHARDSON Sir Charles Grandison Samuel Richardson Copyri... ...LES GRANDISON by SAMUEL RICHARDSON Sir Charles Grandison Samuel Richardson Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved Wo... ...ETTER XLIII. • LETTER XLIV. • LETTER XLV. 2 • A Conference between Sir Charles Grandison, Bart. and James Bagenhall, Esq; • Vol. 2 • LETTER I. ... ...XXXV. • LETTER XXXVI. • LETTER XXXVII. • Subjoined in a separate paper, by Miss Byron to her Lucy. • Vol. 3 • LETTER I. • LETTER II. • LETTER I... ...7, and dated July 24. • Postscript. • LETTER XVIII. • July 1. • Pinned on by Lady G. • LETTER XIX. • Tuesday, Aug. 1. • LETTER XX. • Selby-house, A... ...19-30. • LETTER XLII. • Florence, Aug. 22. Sept. 2. • Continuation of Sir Charles Grandison's Letter, No. XL. Begun p. 251. • LETTER XLIII. • London... ...be said. But it is a pretty piece, however. Thursday Morning. Lady Betty Williams supp'd with us the same evening. She is an agreeable woman, the wi... ...hich girls brought up at home seldom give their mothers; that she and Miss Williams always saw each other, and always parted, as Lovers. Surely there... ...mingled anger and contempt. Nor I this taste for foreign performances and compositions from Mr. Greville; for so long time as thou hast been a downri...

...Life in the Grey Nunnery was first published in Boston, in 1857 by Edward P. Hood, who was credited as the book's editor. It is likely that this account is by Sarah J. Richardson as told to Edward Hood, though it may in fact be completely fictional. It is clearly an anti-Catholic book, an...

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Charles-Marie Widor

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...r Charles-Marie Widor, c. 1895-1910 ... ...3-12) (aged 93) Paris Charles-Marie Jean Albert Widor (21 February 1844 – 12 March 1937) was a Fr... ... 2 Organ symphonies 3 Compositions 3.1 Symphonic works ... ... Life A young Charles-Marie Widor, ca. 1870, when he became organist of Saint-Sulpice ... ...cis-Louis Casadesus. He was the Director until 1934, when he was succeeded by Maurice Ravel. His close friend, Isidor Philipp gave piano lessons there... ...t editions were issued for some of the symphonies."[2] Compositions Rough dates of composition/publication are ... ... et orchestre op. 42 (1882, A-R Editions) - Orchestra and Organ solo (arr. by Widor of movements from Op. 42) Chant séculaire... ... no. 4 (1872, Hamelle) Marche américaine (transc. by Marcel Dupré: no. 11 from 12 Feuillets d’Album op. 31, Hamelle) ... ...sic Score Library Project The Mutopia Project has compositions by Charles-Marie Widor Works by Charl...

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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Volume 5

By: E. V. Lucas

... THE WORKS OF CHARLES by E. V. LUCAS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library... ...n World Public Library.org AND MARY LAMB, VOL. 5 Title: THE WORKS OF CHARLES AND MARY LAMB, VOL. 5 Author: E. V. LUCAS Language: English Subj... ...... ...d the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of el... ...... ...nd Mary Lamb, Vol. 5 Edited by E. V. Lucas Table of Contents The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Vol. 5 ......................................... ...62 Charles Lamb to William Wordsworth Jan. 29 From the original in Dr. Williams' Library. 163 Charles Lamb to T. and C. Clarkson June From... ...Charles Lamb to Henry Crabb Robinson March 12 From the original in Dr. Williams' Library 173 Mary Lamb to Sarah Stoddart March 16 From the... ...e. This infirmity (which is nothing to brag of) may be seen in my two little compositions, the tale and my play, in both which no reader, however part...

Preface: This edition of the correspondence of Charles and Mary Lamb contains 618 letters, of which 45 are by Mary Lamb alone.

...Table of Contents: The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Vol. 5, 1 -- Edited by E. V. Lucas, 1 -- Preface, 6 -- LETTER 1. CHARLES LAMB TO S. T. COLERIDGE, 24 -- LETTER 2. CHARLES LAMB TO S. T. COLERIDGE, 27 -- LETTER 3. CHARLES LAMB TO S.T. COLERIDGE, 32 -- L...

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List of compositions by John Cage

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... This is a list of compositions by John Cage (1912–1992), arranged in chronological order by ... ... Landscape No. 2 (first version), for tape, string piano and percussion (1940, withdrawn by Cage) Fads and Fancies in the Aca... ... (1942) Jazz Study, for piano (1942, spurious work possibly not by Cage) Imaginary Landscape No. 3, ... ... Music for Piano 1, for piano (December 1952) Williams Mix, for tape (1952–53, finished on January 16, 1953... ...ic compiled by Larry Solomon, includes an alphabetic list as well; details on individual compositions (some minor errors and omissions) ... ... Major compositions ... ...orman O. Brown Daniel Charles ... ... Jasper Johns Charles Olson ... ...nacy in music List of compositions ...

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The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke : Volume 1

By: Stephen Gwynn

...THE LIFE OF THE RT. HON. SIR by STEPHEN GWYNN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library... ...PHEN GWYNN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CHARLESS W. DILKE, VOL. I Title: THE LIFE OF THE RT. HON. SIR CHARLESS... ...... ...the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of elec... ...... ...ook #7382] [Posted: April 22, 2003] SIR CHARLES W. DILKE V1 Produced by Anne Soulard, Charles Franks and... ...the best English essay, and that year's subject was "Sir Robert Walpole." Compositions were presumably sent in after the Christmas vacation, for on ... ... part he 'gave much space to Arius, Huss, Wyclif, Savonarola, Vane, Roger Williams, Baxter, Fox, Zinzendorf, and other religious reformers.' All thi...

...Preface: The following Life of Sir Charles W. Dilke consists mainly of his own Memoirs and of correspondence left by him or furnished by his friends. The Memoirs were compiled by Sir Charles Dilke from his private diaries and letters between the years 1888 and...

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List of compositions by Malcolm Williamson

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... This is a List of the compositions of Malcolm Williamson. It is sorted chronologically by genre. ... ... This is a List of the compositions of Malcolm Williamson. It is sorted chronologically by genre. Contents ... ...avana (1963), opera in three acts based on the novel by Graham Greene, libretto by Sidney Gilliat ... ... (1964), chamber opera in two acts based on the book by Edith Sitwell, libretto by Geoffrey Dunn ... ...k (1966), choral operetta libretto by Ursula Vaughan Williams Dunst... ... A "cassation" is a miniature opera including audience participation. Williamson wrote ten cassations, of varying complexity and du... ...cle for soprano and orchestra Saxophone Concerto Concertino for Charles (1987), for saxophone and orchestral winds ... ... References Categories Compositions by Malcolm Williamson List...

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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Volume 5

By: E. V. Lucas

...THE WORKS OF CHARLES by E. V. LUCAS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.o... ... World Public Library.org AND MARY LAMB, VOL. 5 Title: THE WORKS OF CHARLES AND MARY LAMB, VOL. 5 Author: E. V. LUCAS Language: English Subjec... ...... ...the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of elec... ...... ...] [Posted: September 25, 2003] *** WORKS CHARLES AND MARY LAMB *** Produced by Keren Vergon, David King and... ... to William Wordsworth Jan. 29 From the original in Dr. Williams' Library. 163 Charles Lamb to T. and C. Clarkson Ju... ...to Henry Crabb Robinson March 12 From the original in Dr. Williams' Library 173 Mary Lamb to Sarah Stoddart Mar... ...This infirmity (which is nothing to brag of) may be seen in my two little compositions, the tale and my play, in both which no reader, however parti...

...This edition of the correspondence of Charles and Mary Lamb contains 618 letters, of which 45 are by Mary Lamb alone. It is the only edition to contain all Mary Lamb?s letters and also a reference to, or abstract of, every letter of Charles Lamb?s that cannot, fo...

...CONTENTS OF VOLUME V LETTERS BY NUMBER 1796. 1 Charles Lamb to S. T. Coleridge May 27 From the original in the possession of Mrs. Alfred Morrison. 2 Charles Lamb to S. T. Coleridge End of May? From the original (Morrison Collection). 3 Charles Lamb to S....

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List of compositions for viola: A to B

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...date of composition and publisher (for copyrighted works) are also included. Ordering is by composer surname. This pages lists com... ...s, see respective pages: List of compositions for viola: C to E ... ... List of compositions for viola: C to E List of compositions for viola: F to H ... ... List of compositions for viola: F to H List of compositions for viola: I to K ... ... L'Automne from Les Saisons for viola and piano; original for piano; transcription by Paul-Louis Neuberth (1922); Éditions Costallat; Éditions A... ...llorca: Barcarola for viola and piano, Op. 202 (1892); original for piano; transcription by J. Amaz; Unión Musical Ediciones ... ...iola and piano, Op. 57 (1966) Charles-Valentin Alkan (1813–1888) ... ... Trio in One Movement for violin, viola (or clarinet) and piano, Op. 4 (1906); Charles Avison; Chester Music; Lauren Publications ... ... 6 Rondeaux for low voice and viola (1968); words by Charles d'Orléans; J. Sheppard Music Press ...

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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Volume 5

By: E. V. Lucas

...THE WORKS OF CHARLES by E. V. LUCAS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.o... ... World Public Library.org AND MARY LAMB, VOL. 5 Title: THE WORKS OF CHARLES AND MARY LAMB, VOL. 5 Author: E. V. LUCAS Language: English Subjec... ...... ...the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of elec... ...... ...] [Posted: September 25, 2003] *** WORKS CHARLES AND MARY LAMB *** Produced by Keren Vergon, David King and... ... to William Wordsworth Jan. 29 From the original in Dr. Williams' Library. 163 Charles Lamb to T. and C. Clarkson Ju... ...to Henry Crabb Robinson March 12 From the original in Dr. Williams' Library 173 Mary Lamb to Sarah Stoddart Mar... ...This infirmity (which is nothing to brag of) may be seen in my two little compositions, the tale and my play, in both which no reader, however parti...

...Preface: This edition of the correspondence of Charles and Mary Lamb contains 618 letters, of which 45 are by Mary Lamb alone. It is the only edition to contain all Mary Lamb?s letters and also a reference to, or abstract of, every letter of Charles Lamb?s that cannot, fo...

...CONTENTS OF VOLUME V LETTERS BY NUMBER 1796. 1 Charles Lamb to S. T. Coleridge May 27 From the original in the possession of Mrs. Alfred Morrison. 2 Charles Lamb to S. T. Coleridge End of May? From the original (Morrison Collection). 3 Charles Lamb to S....

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List of compositions by Edward Elgar

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... The table below shows all known compositions by Edward Elgar. Composition... ... The table below shows all known compositions by Edward Elgar. Compositions ... ...ompositions Works are shown in opus number order (Op. 1-90), followed by date order (1867–1933) for those without opus number. The ... ... 6. Slumber Scene 7. Fairies and Giants Williams C. LeeC. Lee Williams[2] ... ... choral symphony/cantata for chorus and orchestra, poem by Uhland, tr. Longfellow Blai... ... keyboard organ Heap Charles SwinnertonDr. C. Swinnerton Heap[36] ... ... alto, tenor and bass soloists, chorus and orchestra Heap Charles SwinnertonDr. C. Swinnerton Heap[36] ... ... Enfants d'un Rêve two pieces for small orchestra, after Charles Lamb, also for piano 1. Andante... ... Use British English from January 2014 Lists of compositions by composer Compositions b...

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Hard Cash

By: Charles Reade

...HARD CASH by CHARLES READE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library... ...HARD CASH by CHARLES READE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.or... ...ature Collection World Public Library.org Title: HARD CASH Author: CHARLES READE Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: W... ...... ...the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of elec... ...... ...fore his weeping wife and terrified children and gaping servant-girl, Mr. Williams, a Sunday-school teacher, known hitherto only as a mild, respecta... ...t not expect to see the plot of a story carried minutely out in two crude compositions written with an object so distinct: he must watch for glimpse... ...his diary, it is demoralising; very: it feeds self. Of all the detestable compositions: Me, Me, Me, from one end to another: for when it is not abou...

...The madhouse scenes have been picked out by certain disinterested gentlemen, who keep private asylums, and periodicals to puff them; and have been met with bold denials of public facts, and with timid personalities, and a little easy cant about Sensation...

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Hank Williams

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... Hank Williams, Sr. (; September 17, 1923 – January 1, 1953), born Hiram King Williams, was an American singer-songwriter and musician . Regarde... ...d musician . Regarded as one of the most significant country music artists, Williams recorded 35 singles (five released posthumously) that would pl... ...rd Country & Western Best Sellers chart, including 11 that ranked number one. Williams was born in Mount Olive, Butler County, Alabama, and moved to... ...te program. He formed as backup the Drifting Cowboys band, which was managed by his mother, and dropped out of school to devote his time to his care... ... World War II, Williams had trouble with their replacements and was dismissed by WSFA due to his alcoholism. Williams eventually married Audrey Shep... ... severely deteriorated Williams's health; he divorced Audrey and was dismissed by the Grand Ole Opry, citing unreliability and frequent drunkenness. W... .... He never learned to read music, and for the rest of his career, he based his compositions in storytelling.Browne, Ray Broadus; . After school and on... .... Death Williams was scheduled to perform at the Municipal Auditorium in Charleston, West Virginia on Wednesday December 31, 1952. Advance tick... ... in the Nashville area, Williams could not fly, so he hired a college student, Charles Carr, to drive him to the concerts. Carr called the Charleston ...

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Sketches

By: Charles Dickens

... Publication A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Sketches by Boz by Charles Dickens is a publication of the Pennsylvania State Univer... ...on A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Sketches by Boz by Charles Dickens is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. Thi... ...cument or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Sketches by Boz by Charles Dickens, the Pennsylvania State University, Electronic Cl... ...for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Sketches by Boz by Charles Dickens, the Pennsylvania State University, Electronic Classics Ser... ...y The Pennsylvania State University is an equal opportunity university. 3 Charles Dickens Sketches by Boz by Charles Dickens Boz is a pseudonym of Ch... ...University is an equal opportunity university. 3 Charles Dickens Sketches by Boz by Charles Dickens Boz is a pseudonym of Charles Dickens SKETCHES BY... ...an is a Fleet-street pickpocket to a Spanish brigand, or Paul Pry to Caleb Williams. This gradual decay and disuse of the practice of lead- ing noble ... ...nd casts of the heads and faces of the two notorious murderers, Bishop and Williams; the former, in particular, exhibit- ing a style of head and set o... ...‘And mine, ’ said Miss Julia. ‘And mine, ’ added Mr. Simpson. ‘Look at his compositions, ’ resumed the knocker. ‘To be sure, ’ said Simpson, with conf...

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Tony Williams (drummer)

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... Birth name Anthony Tillmon Williams Born ... ... Associated acts Miles Davis, The Tony Williams Lifetime, Sam Rivers, Jackie McLean, Alan Dawson, V.S.O.P., Public... ...lic Image Ltd. Anthony Tillmon "Tony" Williams (December 12, 1945 – February 23, 1997) was an American jazz ... ...'s Second Great Quintet. Williams was a vital element of the group, called by Davis in his autobiography "the center that the group's sound revolved a... ...ck, R&B, and jazz. Their first album, Emergency!, was largely rejected by the jazz community at the time of its release. Today, Emergency! is cons... ...jazz community at the time of its release. Today, Emergency! is considered by many to be a fusion classic. His second fusion recording, also on Polydo... ...d bassist Charnett Moffett (later Ira Coleman). This band played Williams' compositions almost exclusively (the Lennon–McCartney song "Blackbird", the... ... Atavachron – track 5 (1986) With Charles Lloyd Of Course, Of Course (1965) ...

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Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions

By: Charles Mackay

...MEMOIRS OF EXTRAORDINARY by CHARLES MACKAY Classic Literature Collection World Public Librar... ...MEMOIRS OF EXTRAORDINARY by CHARLES MACKAY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.o... ...R DELUSIONS Title: MEMOIRS OF EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR DELUSIONS Author: CHARLES MACKAY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: ... ...... ...the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of elec... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions by Charles Mackay April, 1997 [eBook #884] PGCC Collection: Extraordi... ... in his time two famous brethren of the Rosie Cross, named Walfourd and Williams, who had worked miracles in his sight, and taught him many excell... ..."Metallurgia," and has the slight merit of being the least obscure of his compositions. Another was called "The Temporal Mirror of Eternity ;" and t...

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James Williams (musician)

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... 3 References Biography James Williams was born March 8, 1951 in Memphis, Tennessee. He beg... ...saxophonists George Coleman and Frank Strozier, among others. At 22, Williams moved to Boston to accept a teaching position at the... ... Milt Jackson, Sonny Stitt, Pat Martino, Jean Carn, Red Norvo, and Arnett Cobb. In 1977, Williams recorded his first album as a leader, played his fir... ...ms recorded his first album as a leader, played his first concert featuring his original compositions, and first met Art Blakey. That encounter ultima... ... part of the famous lineup which included Wynton Marsalis, Bobby Watson, Bill Pierce and Charles Fambrough. After leaving the Messengers in 1981, Jame... ...y rhythmic construction. Second Floor Music publishes a folio of solo piano arrangements by James for 13 of his original compositions. Several of his ... ...Floor Music publishes a folio of solo piano arrangements by James for 13 of his original compositions. Several of his tunes appear on other artists’ a... ... Night in Tunisia: Digital Recording (Philips, 1979) One by One (Palcoscenico, 1979) Live at ...

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Charles Philip Yorke, Fourth Earl of Hardwicke, Viceadmiral R. N

By: Lady Biddulph

... CHARLES PHILIP YORKE by LADY BIDDULPH Classic Literature Collection World Public Libra... ... Collection World Public Library.org FOURTH EARL OF HARDWICKE Title: CHARLES PHILIP YORKE, FOURTH EARL OF HARDWICKE Author: LADY BIDDULPH Lang... ...... ...d the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of el... ...... ... of Hardwicke, Vice−Admiral R.N. Lady Biddulph of Ledbury Table of Contents Charles Philip Yorke, Fourth Earl of Hardwicke, Vice−Admiral R.N. ... ...al causes. Charles Yorke was twice married. His first wife was a daughter of Williams Freeman, Esq., of Aspeden, Hertfordshire, by whom he had a son P... ...sworth, and sister to the Countess of Mulgrave, Viscountess Barrington, Lady Williamson, Mrs. Trotter, and the Hon. Georgiana Liddell, afterwards Lady... ... and the composition of Prologues, Epilogues, &c. As we said in one of those compositions, 'We are no London stars; we're all of Yorke.' While we were...

...public; it is my first experience in such work, but my reasons for so doing appear to me unanswerable. It was to my care and judgment that my father, by his will, committed his letters and journals....

...Table of Contents: Charles Philip Yorke, Fourth Earl of Hardwicke, Vice?Admiral R.N, 1 -- Lady Biddulph of Ledbury, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- Chapter I. THE YORKE FAMILY, 2 -- Chapter II. ALGIERS. 1815?1816, 11 -- Chapter III. THE NORTH AMERICAN STATI...

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Clarence Williams (musician)

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...composer, promoter, vocalist, theatrical producer, and publisher. Biography Williams was born in Plaquemine, Louisiana, ran away from home at age ... ...lly Kersand 's Traveling Minstrel Show, then moved to New Orleans . At first Williams worked shining shoes and doing odd jobs, but soon became known... ...d doing odd jobs, but soon became known as a singer and master of ceremonies. By the early 1910s he was a well regarded local entertainer also playin... ...ll regarded local entertainer also playing piano, and was composing new tunes by 1913. Williams was a good businessman and worked arranging and manag... ...ed local entertainer also playing piano, and was composing new tunes by 1913. Williams was a good businessman and worked arranging and managing enter... ...publishing business with violinist/bandleader Armand J. Piron in 1915, which by the 1920s was the leading African-American owned music publisher in ... ...imes.Lockhart, John M. "Words & Music", , February 4, 2008, p. 5 Among his own compositions was " Shout, Sister, Shout " (1929), which was recorded by... .... Williams died in Queens, New York City in 1965 and was interred in Saint Charles Cemetery in Farmingdale, Long Island, New York . On her dea...

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Extraordinary Popular Delusions, Volume Three

By: Charles Mackay

... EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR by CHARLES MACKAY Classic Literature Collection World Public Libr... ... EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR by CHARLES MACKAY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library... ...LUME THREE Title: EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR DELUSIONS, VOLUME THREE Author: CHARLES MACKAY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher... ...... ...d the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of el... ...... ...known in his time two famous brethren of the Rosie Cross, named Walfourd and Williams, who had worked miracles in his sight, and taught him many excel... ...ed "Metallurgia," and has the slight merit of being the least obscure of his compositions. Another was called "The Temporal Mirror of Eternity ;" and ...

...Table of Contents: Extraordinary Popular Delusions, Volume Three, 1 -- Charles MacKay, 1 -- PHILOSOPHICAL DELUSIONS, 1 -- BOOK I. THE ALCHYMISTS; OR, SEARCHERS FOR THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE AND THE WATER OF LIFE. -- PART I. HISTORY OF ALCHYMY FROM THE EARLIEST PERIODS TO THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY. -- ...

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Ray Charles

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... Ray Charles in 1990 ... ... Birth name Ray Charles Robinson Born ... ... .com.raycharleswww Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 – June 10, 2004), professionally ... ... He pioneered the genre of soul music during the 1950s by combining rhythm and blues, gospel, and blues styles into the music he r... ...one of the first African-American musicians to be granted artistic control by a mainstream record company.[6] Charles was blind fr... ...ed Nat King Cole as a primary influence, but his music was also influenced by jazz, blues, rhythm and blues, and country artists of the day, including... ...During his Atlantic years, Charles had been heralded for his own inventive compositions, but by the time of the release of the instrumental jazz LP Ge... ...arles signed a contract with Chet Atkins, B.J. Thomas, Mickey Gilley, Hank Williams, Jr., Dee Dee Bridgewater ("Precious Thing") and lifelong friend W... ...s significant other, Louise Flowers. Charles' first marriage was to Eileen Williams Robinson and lasted from July 31, 1951 to 1952. ...

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Extraordinary Popular Delusions, Vol. 3

By: Charles Mackay

...EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR by CHARLES MACKAY Extraordinary Popular Delusions, Volume Three Cha... ...EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR by CHARLES MACKAY Extraordinary Popular Delusions, Volume Three Charle... ...ve and amusing. Three causes especially have excited our discontent; and, by impelling us to seek for remedies for the irremediable, have bewildered ... ...e — the doom of man upon this sphere, and for which he shows his antipathy by his love of life, his longing for abundance, and his craving curiosity t... ...1280, and was a great personage at the courts of Louis X, Philip the Long, Charles IV, and Philip de Valois. His famous poem of the "Roman de la Rose,... ...ination. A pleasant story is related of him and the ladies of the court of Charles IV. He had written the following libellous couplet upon the fair se... ...own in his time two famous brethren of the Rosie Cross, named Walfourd and Williams, who had worked miracles in his sight, and taught him many excelle... ... "Metallurgia," and has the slight merit of being the least obscure of his compositions. Another was called "The Temporal Mirror of Eternity ;" and th...

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Ralph Vaughan Williams

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... Ralph Vaughan Williams OM (;Vaughan Williams, Ursula. (1964) R.V.W. A Biography of Ralph Vaughan Williams, ... ...ded many folk song arrangements as hymn tunes, and several of his own original compositions. Life Early years Ralph Vaughan Williams was born on 12 ... ...and several of his own original compositions. Life Early years Ralph Vaughan Williams was born on 12 October 1872 in Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, ... ...n Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, where his father, the Reverend Arthur Vaughan Williams (1834-1875), was vicar . The surname Vaughan Williams is an u... ...lled name of Welsh origin. Following his father's death in 1875, he was taken by his mother, Margaret Susan (née Wedgwood) (1842-1937), the great-gra... ...gwood family home in the Surrey Hills . He was also related to the Darwins, Charles Darwin being a great-uncle. Though born into the privileged in... ..., p.6 After Charterhouse he attended the Royal College of Music (RCM) under Charles Villiers Stanford . He read history and music at Trinity Colle... ...ring constructive criticism on each other's works in progress.Heirs and Rebels by Ralph Vaughan Williams & Gustav Holst; Preface, pix Vaughan William... ...nct because the oral tradition through which they existed was being undermined by an increase in literacy and the availability of printed music in r...

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Sketches by Boz

By: Charles Dickens

...SKETCHES BY BOZ by CHARLES DICKENS Classic Literature Collection World Public Libra... ...SKETCHES BY BOZ by CHARLES DICKENS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.... ...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: SKETCHES BY BOZ Author: CHARLES DICKENS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literat... ...Collection World Public Library.org Title: SKETCHES BY BOZ Author: CHARLES DICKENS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher:... ...... ...... ...fruit- pie maker displayed on his well-scrubbed window-board large white compositions of flour and dripping, ornamented with pink stains, giving ri... ...n is a Fleet-street pickpocket to a Spanish brigand, or Paul Pry to Caleb Williams. This gradual decay and disuse of the practice of leading noble... ... mine,' said Miss Julia. 'And mine,' added Mr. Simpson. 'Look at his compositions,' resumed the knocker. 'To be sure,' said Simpson, with con...

...; he has barely sufficient to satisfy the present cravings of nature, and can take no heed of the future. His taxes are in arrear, quarter-day passes by, another quarter-day arrives: he can procure no more quarter for himself, and is summoned by - the parish. His goods are distrained, his children are crying with cold and hunger, and the very bed on which his sick wife is ...

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Charles Wuorinen

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...ican composer born and living in New York City. His catalog of more than 260 compositions includes works for orchestra, opera, and chamber music, as... ...nference for several years. Many early professional performances of Wuorinen's compositions took place on the Music of Our Time series at the 92nd Str... ...mpositions took place on the Music of Our Time series at the 92nd Street Y run by violinist Max Pollikoff . 1960s In 1962 Wuorinen and fellow compos... ... wrote several works for the ensemble. Many of Wuorinen's works were premiered by The Group, including Chamber Concerto for Cello and the Chamber Conc... ... Chamber Concerto for Cello and the Chamber Concerto for Flute. Major Wuorinen compositions of the '60s include Orchestral and Electronic Exchanges, p... ...ompositions of the '60s include Orchestral and Electronic Exchanges, premiered by the New York Philharmonic conducted by Lukas Foss, the First Piano ... ...d "a baroque burlesque", The W. of Babylon with an original libretto by Renaud Charles Bruce. In the late 1970s Wuorinen became interested in the work... ...Cello Variations II / Cello Variations III / Grand Union. Fred Sherry, cello, Charles Wuorinen, piano, Thomas Kolor, percussion. Albany Records TROY6... ... of Schoenberg's Five Pieces for Orchestra op. 16. St. Luke' Chamber Ensemble, Charles Wuorinen, conductor, David Taylor, bass trombone Richard Moredo...

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Geological Observations on South America

By: Charles Darwin

...GEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS by CHARLES DARWIN 3 GEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON SOUTH AMER... ...GEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS by CHARLES DARWIN 3 GEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON SOUTH AMERICA... ...LES DARWIN 3 GEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON SOUTH AMERICA by CHARLES DARWIN EDITORIAL NOTE. Although in some respects mor... ... DARWIN 3 GEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON SOUTH AMERICA by CHARLES DARWIN EDITORIAL NOTE. Although in some respects more t... ... and breadth of the elevated area.--Equability of the movements, as shown by the similar heights of the plains.--Slowness of the 5 elevatory ... ...INDEX. 9 GEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON SOUTH AMERICA BY CHARLES DARWIN. CRITICAL INTRODUCTION. Of the remarkable "trilo... ...erred that the elevation had been quite recent; and on inquiring from Mr. Williams, the Portmaster, he told me he was convinced that the land had ri... ...se of four feet could have taken place suddenly and been unperceived. Mr. Williams believes that the change has been quite gradual. Without the elev... ...), and sometimes being composed of distinct folia or laminae of different compositions. In my work on "Volcanic Islands," I have given several insta...

...a Cruz, formerly a sea-strait.--Upraised shells of Tierra del Fuego.--Length and breadth of the elevated area.--Equability of the movements, as shown by the similar heights of the plains.--Slowness of the...

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Hubert Parry

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...Hubert Parry c. 1916 Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, 1st Baronet (27 February 1848 – 7 Octob... ... attempts to work in insurance, at his father's behest, Parry was taken up by Dictionary of Music and Musicians in the 1870s and 80s, and then in 1883... ... devoting all his energies to composition, but some contemporaries such as Charles Villiers Stanford rated him as the finest English composer since He... ..., such as Frederick Delius, did not. Parry's influence on later composers, by contrast, is widely recognised. Edward Elgar learned much of his craft f... ...ichard and Mary Parry, had been orphaned at the age of five and brought up by his maternal family, adopting their name, Gambier, as part of his surnam... ...ptised two days later. He grew up at Highnam with his surviving siblings, (Charles) Clinton (1840–83) and Lucy (1841–61). Thomas Parry remarried in 18... ...ng several times before the Prince of Wales, including a number of his own compositions.[8] ^ The elder daughter, Dorot... ...it was in this spirit that he examined the work of his pupils. A student's compositions are seldom of any intrinsic merit, and a teacher is apt to jud... ...d Dan Godfrey At the same time as his compositions were coming to public notice, Parry was taken up as a musical ...

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