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A General History for Colleges and High Schools

By: P. V. N. Myers

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS Title: A GENERAL HISTORY FOR COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS Author:... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...... ...VI. The Revival of Learning. XLVII. Growth of the Nations: Formation of National Governments and Literatures. 1. England. ... ... 1. Causes of the Revolution: The States-General of 1789. 2. The National, or Constituent Assembly. 3. The Legislative Assembly. ... ...ended the practice of supplying all the citizens with free tickets to the theatre and other places of amusement, and of banqueting the people on fes... ...all magnificent monuments raised to perpetuate the memory of the dead. THEATRES.--The most noted of Greek theatres was the Theatre of Dionysus at ... ...ica as the French and Indian War, which resulted in the loss to France of Canada in the New World and of her Indian possessions in the Old. Thoug...

...This volume is based upon my Ancient History and Mediaeval and Modern History. In some instances I have changed the perspective and the proportions of the narrative; but in the main, the book is constructed upon the same lines as those drawn for the earlier works. In dealing with so wide a range of facts, and tracing so many historic movements, I cannot hope that I have ...

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National Theatre School of Canada

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...The National Theatre School of Canada ( French : École nationale de théâtre du Canada ) is a privat... ...The National Theatre School of Canada ( French : École nationale de théâtre du Canada ) is a private c... ...The National Theatre School of Canada ( French : École nationale de théâtre du Canada ) is a private college located in Montreal,... ...ege located in Montreal, Quebec . Established in Montreal in 1960, the National Theatre School of Canada (NTS) offers professional training in Eng... ...ed in Montreal, Quebec . Established in Montreal in 1960, the National Theatre School of Canada (NTS) offers professional training in English and ... ...ontreal, Quebec . Established in Montreal in 1960, the National Theatre School of Canada (NTS) offers professional training in English and French i... ..., Quebec . Established in Montreal in 1960, the National Theatre School of Canada (NTS) offers professional training in English and French in a set... ...ofessional training in English and French in a setting that unites all the theatre arts: acting, playwriting, directing, set and costume design, and p... ...d Laurier Street. Monument-National The campus of the National Theatre School stretches all the way to the Monument National in the core of downto...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 2

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...ented to the Edward Johnson Music Library hy Gvendolyn Koldofsky in memory of Adolf Koldofsky PIVE^ITy OF TORONTO iOWARD JOHNSOM MUSIC LJgaW^ EX LI... ...L T O R O.N T O, O N T. E. R. PARKHURST, - - '06 darcy street 11. MUSICAL CANADA. INDEX TO VOLUME II. ] Illustrations. PAGE Adams, Maud 327 Adamson, ... ...lbertson, Capt. R. D 343 Amati Cremonen 323 Anglin, Miss Margaret 554 Band of 13th Regiment, Hamilton 143 Band of 48th Highlanders, Toronto 469 Bankar... ... Grace Lillian Carter 380 Musicianship for Singers 173 Music in Our Public Schools 466 Music in Japan 212 National Anthem, Origin of 567 Norway and It... ...ianship for Singers 173 Music in Our Public Schools 466 Music in Japan 212 National Anthem, Origin of 567 Norway and Its Music 593 IV. MUSICAL CANADA... ...ilton 39 Roenigh, W., Bandmaster 45th Regiment, Lindsay 41 Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto 576 Royal Grenadiers, Toronto, Band of 45 Safonoff on Cond... ...oice Production 561 463 543 490 417 » 22 56 28^ Wagner, Richard 279 Wagner Theatre at Bayreuth .....* 57o Waldron, John Ml Watt. Charles ^tkf Welsman,... ...STUDIO: TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC W. O. Forsyth (Director Metropolitan School of Music ) Pianist and Teacher of the Higher Art of Piano-Playing, E... ...ay claim to have been spoken by M. Georges Enesco, a composer of Roumanian nationality, whose sjnnphony was produced at a recent concert of the Philha...

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Canada's National Ballet School

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...The National Ballet School of Canada is a classical ballet school located in Toronto, Ontario, C... ...The National Ballet School of Canada is a classical ballet school located in Toronto, Ontario, Cana... ...The National Ballet School of Canada is a classical ballet school located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada . Along with the Royal Winni... ...ted in Toronto, Ontario, Canada . Along with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School, it is one of the leading ballet schools in Canada and one of the mo... ...Ontario, Canada . Along with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School, it is one of the leading ballet schools in Canada and one of the most renowned intern... ...ith professional ballet companies around the world, most notably with the National Ballet of Canada . History The National Ballet School of Cana... ...ory The National Ballet School of Canada is the associate school of the National Ballet of Canada, which was formed in 1951 by the English ballet d... ...t, Nederlands Dans Theater, (the former) Frankfurt Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, The Royal Danish Ballet, The Royal Swedish Ballet, The San Francis... ... resource centre, study areas, and seating zones. Also, the Betty Oliphant Theatre has change rooms, dressing rooms and wardrobe all encompassed withi...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 11

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...esented to the Edward Johnson Music Library hy Gwendolyn Koldofsky in memory of Adolf Koldofsky EX LIBRIS UNr.'ERSlTi' 0? TOROii ^-- EOWARD JOHNSf MI... ...i ^-- EOWARD JOHNSf MIKSIO I 1»BAB% /Ilbueical Canaba a /IDontbl^ journal of /IDusical IRews an^ Comment SUBSCRIPTION, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR VOL. XI. —... ...4 Gaghano, Xicolai 60 Gordon, Phillip 191 ^, . , ^, "^ „ ^ Grainger Percy 61 National Chorus 26, 60, 90, 140, 161, 197 Grknado.; Enrique .::::.::..::.... ...3, 11, Paderewski, Ignace., 88, 106 166, 188 Parlow, Kathleen 59 u. MUSICAL CANADA JJ Page Regent Theatre Organ 92 Kirhter, Hans 144 "llule Britamiia... ...ace., 88, 106 166, 188 Parlow, Kathleen 59 u. MUSICAL CANADA JJ Page Regent Theatre Organ 92 Kirhter, Hans 144 "llule Britamiia" in Germany, Wni. Sau... ...ear Book, Local Centre Syllabus and Women's Residence Pamphlet. CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION SPECIAL CALENDAR F. H. KIRKPATRICK, Ph.D., Principal... ...dian Academy of Music 12 Spadina Road Limited Phone College 1343 An Artistic School for the Professional and Amateur Student Great teachers in all dep... ... to stating who in their opinion was the maker of the violin, or what is its nationality, they will judge its merits from a tone point of view. As the... ... s\Tnphony orchestras likewise require a large niunber of skilled musicians. Theatre, comic opera and vaudeville orchestras form another class requiri...

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Theatre of Canada

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... of a series on the Culture of Canada ... ... a series on the Culture of Canada ... ... Royal symbols National symbols Nationalism ... ... Television Theatre ... ... Canada's contemporary theatre reflects a rich diversity of regional and cultural identities.[1] S... ... Canada's contemporary theatre reflects a rich diversity of regional and cultural identities.[1] Since the late 1960s, there has bee... ... develop the voice of the 'Canadian playwright', which is reflected in the nationally-focused programming of many of the country's theatres.[2][3] Wit... ...estival TransAmériques, the Montreal Fringe Festival, the National Theatre School of Canada, the Centaur Theatre, Usine C, Le Théâtre du Nouveau Monde... ... Theatre of the 1970s National Theatre School of Canada 1960 (Montreal) Neptune Theatre (...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 9

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...sented to the Edward Johnson Music Library by Gwendolyn Koldofsky- in memory of Adolf Koldofsky EX LIBRIS R. S. WILLIAMS UNiVERSir/ OF TORONTO EDWARD... ...ES5I2NALS AND AMATEURS JLiSHING OFFICE , 14 METROPOLITAN APARTMENTS, TORONTO,CANADA R. PARKMURST EDITOR ANd' proprietor MUSICAL CANADA A. 8. VOGT, Mu... ... MUSICAL CANADA A. 8. VOGT, Mus. Doc, Musical Director Toronto Conservatory of Music Established in 1886. One of the foremost and most splendidly equ... ... Music Established in 1886. One of the foremost and most splendidly equipped Schools of Music on the Continent. A National Institution devoted to the ... ...e foremost and most splendidly equipped Schools of Music on the Continent. A National Institution devoted to the highest interests of Canadian Musical... ... of 1913-14, and pamphlet descriptive of the Women's Residence. CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION SPECIAL CALENDAR F. H. KIRKPATRICK, Ph.D., Principal... ...is nothing more than a city entirely surrounded by suburbs. Each has its own theatre and hall, each has its own individuality and tastes. In every sub... ...d to say, continues. Their closing concert on the April loth, in the Russell Theatre was given before a crowded house. The concert was under patronage... ... to stating who in their opinion was the maker of the violin, or what is its nationality, they will judge its merits from a tone point of view. As the...

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Theatre organ

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...Console of the 3/13 Ann Arbor's Michigan Theatre A theatre organ (also known as... ...ater organ, or [especially in the U.K.] a cinema organ) is a distinct type of pipe organ originally developed to provide music and sound effects to ac... ...sic and sound effects to accompany silent films during the first 3 decades of the 20th century. S... ...r console of the original installation 3 manual, 14 rank Rhinestone Barton theatre organ, installed in Theatre Cedar Rapids (the former RKO Iowa Theat... ...United States 4.1.2 Canada ... ...993 due to water damage making unplayable.)[18] Canada Casa Loma, Toronto - 4 manuals, 21 rank... ...ls, 13 ranks (Wurlitzer, 1927) Ancaster Secondary School, Ancaster Ontario. 3 manual 17 ranks Warren (From Palace and Capital... ... year, in the non-golfing season. The East Sussex National Wurlitzer, Uckfield, sports a Wurlitzer replica 'Modernistic' cons...

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A General History for Colleges and High Schools

By: P. V. N. Myers

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS Title: A GENERAL HISTORY FOR COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS Author:... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...... ...VI. The Revival of Learning. XLVII. Growth of the Nations: Formation of National Governments and Literatures. 1. England. ... ... 1. Causes of the Revolution: The States-General of 1789. 2. The National, or Constituent Assembly. 3. The Legislative Assembly. ... ...ended the practice of supplying all the citizens with free tickets to the theatre and other places of amusement, and of banqueting the people on fes... ...all magnificent monuments raised to perpetuate the memory of the dead. THEATRES.--The most noted of Greek theatres was the Theatre of Dionysus at ... ...ica as the French and Indian War, which resulted in the loss to France of Canada in the New World and of her Indian possessions in the Old. Thoug...

...: This volume is based upon my Ancient History and Mediaeval and Modern History. In some instances I have changed the perspective and the proportions of the narrative; but in the main, the book is constructed upon the same lines as those drawn for the earlier works. In dealing with so wide a range of facts, and tracing so many historic movements, I cannot hope that I have ...

...TABLE OF CONTENTS. PREFACE LIST OF MAPS GENERAL INTRODUCTION: THE RACES AND THEIR EARLY MIGRATIONS PART I. ANCIENT HISTORY. SECTION I.--THE EASTERN NATIONS. CHAPTER I. India and China. 1. India. 2. China. II. Egypt. 1. Political Hi...

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Theatre Passe Muraille

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...Theatre Passe Muraille is a theatre company in Toronto, Canada . Brief history One of Canada's mos... ...Theatre Passe Muraille is a theatre company in Toronto, Canada . Brief history One of Canada's most influential alternative thea... ...Muraille is a theatre company in Toronto, Canada . Brief history One of Canada's most influential alternative theatres, Theatre Passe Muraille (... ...o, Canada . Brief history One of Canada's most influential alternative theatres, Theatre Passe Muraille (theatre "goes through walls") was founded... ... 1968 by director and playwright Jim Garrard, who started the company out of Rochdale College . Its radical intention was create a distinctly Cana... ...under the Thompson's directorship in the 1970s that the theatre gained its national reputation. Thompson guided the company towards a distinctive styl... ...There were a group of actors who had come out of the French section of the National Theatre School and were doing some very good improvisationally wri... ...p of actors who had come out of the French section of the National Theatre School and were doing some very good improvisationally written shows and th...

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A General History for Colleges and High Schools

By: P. V. N. Myers

...ERS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND HIGH SCHOOLS Title: A GENERAL HISTORY FOR COLLEGES AND HIGH SCHOOLS Autho... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...... ...................218 CHAPTER XLVII. GROWTH OF THE NATIONS.—FORMATION OF NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS AND LITERATURES. ................................... ...E REVIVAL OF LEARNING. • CHAPTER XLVII. GROWTH OF THE NATIONS.—FORMATION OF NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS AND LITERATURES. • SECTION II.—MODERN HISTORY. • C... ...extended the practice of supplying all the citizens with free tickets to the theatre and other places of amusement, and of banqueting the people on fe... ...e for all magnificent monuments raised to perpetuate the memory of the dead. THEATRES.—The most noted of Greek theatres was the Theatre of Dionysus at... ...merica as the French and Indian War, which resulted in the loss to France of Canada in the New World and of her Indian possessions in the Old. Though ...

...: This volume is based upon my Ancient History and Mediaeval and Modern History. In some instances I have changed the perspective and the proportions of the narrative; but in the main, the book is constructed upon the same lines as those drawn for the earlier works. In dealing with so wide a range of facts, and tracing so many historic movements, I cannot hope that I have ...

...Table of Contents: A General History for Colleges and High Schools, 1 -- P. V. N. Myers, 1 -- Preface, 3 -- GENERAL HISTORY, 4 -- GENERAL Introduction: THE RACES AND THEIR EARLY . GRATIONS, 4 -- PART I. ANCIENT HISTORY, 8 -- Sectio...

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Theatre of Death Tour

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... The Psycho-Drama Tour (2007-2009) Theatre of Death Tour ... ... The Psycho-Drama Tour (2007-2009) Theatre of Death Tour (2... ...Tour (2011-2012) The Theatre of Death Tour was a conce... ... (2011-2012) The Theatre of Death Tour was a concert tour ... ...09-09-29-0000September 29, 2009 Richmond, Virginia The National ... ... 02010-04-26-0000April 26, 2010 Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada ... ... 02010-05-21-0000May 21, 2010 Toronto, Ontario Canada ... ... Killer School's Out ... ... "Be My Lover" "School's Out" ...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 10

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...sented to the Edward Johnson Music Library by Gwendolyn Koldofsky- in memory of Adolf Koldofsky EX LIBRIS R. S. WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY OF lORONTC EDWARD... ...N APARTMENTS, TORONTO,CANAOA =-. R.PARKMURST EDITOR and' PROPRIETOR MUSICAL CANADA Toronto Conservatory of Music A. S. VOGT, Mus. Doc, Musical Direct... ... =-. R.PARKMURST EDITOR and' PROPRIETOR MUSICAL CANADA Toronto Conservatory of Music A. S. VOGT, Mus. Doc, Musical Director One of the largest and mo... ..., Mus. Doc, Musical Director One of the largest and most splendidly equipped Schools of Music in America A national institution unrivalled in Canada a... ...ne of the largest and most splendidly equipped Schools of Music in America A national institution unrivalled in Canada as regards distinction of its f... ... of 1914-15, and pamphlet descriptive of the Women's Residence. CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION SPECIAL CALENDAR F. H. KIRKPATRICK, Ph.D., Principal... ...atharines 244 Hamilton 17, 35, 151, 170, 194, 217, 238, 253 General Anthems, National 92 Bauer, Harold 7 Attitudes in Music, Professional and Belgians... ... by Pugno were given a splendid pro- duction by a choir of loO voices in the Theatre Francais, May 16th, under the direction of M. N. M. ]\Iathe. The ... ... Times) F. Avril (Russe) 15. Dans le concert arrange par les Artistes de nos Theatres pour les Anglais, en r^ponse k leur cadeaux, le plus grand succe...

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Peacock Theatre

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... 1911 London Opera House 1914 National Theatre of England 1916 Stoll Theatre 1916 S... ... 1911 London Opera House 1914 National Theatre of England 1916 Stoll Theatre 1916 Stoll Pict... ... 1911 London Opera House 1914 National Theatre of England 1916 Stoll Theatre 1916 Stoll Picture Thea... ...tre of England 1916 Stoll Theatre 1916 Stoll Picture Theatre 1960 The Royalty Theatre ... ... Owner London School of Economics Capacity... ... Owner London School of Economics Capacity ... ... Aldwych. The 999-seat house is owned by, and comprises part of the London School of Economics and Political Science campus, who utilise the theatre f... ...century. In 1911, the London Opera House opened on this site, becoming the National Theatre of England, three years later. Neither theatre was success... ...am H. Crane and Sallie`s husband Mr. J. T. Dalton, which toured throughout Canada for many years.[2] At the beginning of the 20th ...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 3

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...resented to the Edward Johnson Music Library by Gv^endolyn Koldofsky in memory of iidolf Koldofsky » s. . - ^ « » ^^> \i -^- >ifr -. * ^/ ' '^'4.^<:'^... ...L, 1909 TORONTO, O N|T. E. R. PARKHURST, Editor - io6 d'arcy street UNIVERSiTY OF TORONTO \ cr.i^^rio JOHNSON i MUSIC L!5.i>.RY 11. MUSICAL CANADA. I... ...treet UNIVERSiTY OF TORONTO \ cr.i^^rio JOHNSON i MUSIC L!5.i>.RY 11. MUSICAL CANADA. INDEX TO VOLUME III. Illustrations. A. Amati Violin 217 Armour,... ... Organizer, The Great, Chas. A. E. Harris 244 Music and the Storm _ , . 199 N. National Chorus Concerts 330, 397 Niagara Navigation Co 61 Notes and Co... ...Mrs. Grace Lillian Carter 380 Musicianship for Singers 173 Music in Our Public Schools 466 Music in Japan 212 National Anthem, Origin of 567 Norway an... ...usicianship for Singers 173 Music in Our Public Schools 466 Music in Japan 212 National Anthem, Origin of 567 Norway and Its Music 593 IV. MUSICAL CA... ... Hamilton 39 Roenigh, W., Bandmaster 45th Regiment, Lindsay 41 Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto 576 Royal Grenadiers, Toronto, Band of 45 Safonoff on ... ...l Faults and Their Remedies 26 Voice Production 284 Wagner, Richard 279 Wagner Theatre at Bayreuth 575 Waldron, John 141 Watt, Charles 66 Welsman , Fr... ...ry. T. A. Reed, 319Markham St., Toronto. W. O. Forsyth (Dii'cctor Metropolitan School of Music ) Pianist and Teacher of the Higher Art of Piano-Playin...

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Magnus Theatre

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...atre Magnus Theatre in the renovated Port Arthur Central Schoolhouse (1884) ... ... Magnus Theatre in the renovated Port Arthur Central Schoolhouse (1884) ... ... 10 South Algoma Street Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada Coordinates ... ...www.magnus.on.ca/index.php The Magnus Theatre - The Dr. S. Penny Petrone Centre for the Performing Arts in Thunde... ... Lancaster, who had the idea to create a new theatre company with the help of Dusty Miller (the first Chair of the Arts and Heritage Committee of Thun... ... Chair of the Arts and Heritage Committee of Thunder Bay, and former Mayor of Thunder Bay), and Carol Bell, (a former Hillcrest High School drama teac... ...and former Mayor of Thunder Bay), and Carol Bell, (a former Hillcrest High School drama teacher), a citizen's coalition was formed. ... ...ector has taken the Magnus reigns and strengthened the theatre's local and national profile. From 1977 to 1982, Tibor Feheregyhazi created a community... ...g Tibor, Brian Richmond took over from 1982 to 1987 and established a high national profile for Magnus by producing new Canadian plays. Other theatres...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 5

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...Presented to the Edward Johnson Music Library by Gwendolyn Koldofsky in memory of Adolf Koldofsky #iti> «S2g*^ isi*»" • I- EX LIBRIS R. S. WILLIAMS J... ...- .R .RARKHURST" 10^ D'ARCY ST. Toronto .Can. — EDITOR AND PROPRI&TOR MUSICAL CANADA. The Piano Beautiful ^^ a Made for Canadians in Canada. No other... ...de for Canadians in Canada. No other piano has won the appreciation and praise*of the music lovers of America and Canada to as high a degree as THe Ha... ...ival of the British Empire 284, 330 Musicians, Advice to 128 NareUe, Marie 127 National Association of Organists 142 National Chorus 243 National Thea... ..., Marie 127 National Association of Organists 142 National Chorus 243 National Theatre Owners' Association 56 Naylor's, Dr., Prize Opera 109 Newcombe,... ...eacher of Piano and Organ, of Toronto Conser- vatory of Music, Bishop Strachan School, and Brank- some Hall. 21 Dunbar Rd., Rosedale. A. EASTER SMITH,... ...r-book, or any information to BRUCE A. CAREY, jBMsiness ]M<r(ie ittetropolitan School of Itmsic Limited. 1494 96 WEST QUEEN ST., TORONTO W. O. Forsyth... ...ight be made to prevent this. wood. The violin belonged to a member of the New Theatre Orchestra. "BEETHOVEN" SMASHES WRONG VIOLIN. A MISTAKE that cos... ...parts, typifying "The Gene- sis," "The Awakening" and "The Zenith" of Canada's national life. The soloists were Miss Louise Baldwin, soprano, Mrs. A. ...

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Citadel Theatre

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...Citadel Theatre, Edmonton The Citadel Theatre is the major venue for theatre arts in the city of Edmonton, locate... ... The Citadel Theatre is the major venue for theatre arts in the city of Edmonton, located in the Downtown Core on Churchill Square. ... ...H. Shoctor, James L. Martin, Ralph B. MacMillan, and Sandy Mactaggart, the theatre's first production to be performed was Who's Afraid of Virginia Woo... ...actaggart, the theatre's first production to be performed was Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. The theatre was founded on October 12, 1965 with its fi... ...ome of Rapid Fire Theatre), the Tucker Amphitheatre, and the Foote Theatre School. The Maclab and Tucker are part of the Lee Pavilion, a luscious gree... ...t Place National Bank Building ... ... Coordinates not on Wikidata Theatre festivals in Canada Theatre companies in Alberta ...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 8

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

... EX Lib R. S. ^^^'^''* UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 45,530 EDWARD JOHNSON MUSIC LIBRARY. /nbudical Canada A M... .... ^^^'^''* UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 45,530 EDWARD JOHNSON MUSIC LIBRARY. /nbudical Canada A MONTHLY JOURNAL OF MUSICAL NEWS ANDCOMMENT \ (•I SUBSCRIPTIO... ...TORONTO 45,530 EDWARD JOHNSON MUSIC LIBRARY. /nbudical Canada A MONTHLY JOURNAL OF MUSICAL NEWS ANDCOMMENT \ (•I SUBSCRIPTION. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR [ VO... ...0, 202, 305 Music in Canada • 177 Music of Christmas 192 ^lusic in England 302 X National Chorus 235 New Anthems by Canadian Composers. . 154 New Musi... ...ama, Wagner 229 Oratorio in Paris 11 Oratorio Society 18 Organ in Moving Picture Theatres. . . .152, 184 P Paderewski, Ignace 143 Panama-Pacific Expos... ...1 Strong, Marie C T 48. Tetrazzini, Luiza 251 Theatrical Conditions in London 69 Theatre in England 197, 242 Toronto College of Music. 148, 217, 264. ... ...AL THING At the reception and home-coming welcome given to Dr. A. S. Vogt by the National Club, on Friday, April 18th, the services of Mr. James Cuyle... ...udents may enter at any time. Send for 170 page Year Book, 1912-13. CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION SPECIAL CALENDAR F. H. KIRKPATRICK, Ph.D., Prino... ... Teacher of Piano and Organ, of Toronto Cdnser- vatory of Music, Bishop Strachan School, and Brank- Bome Hall. 21 Dunbar Rd., Rosedale. M. M. STEVENSO...

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Undermain Theatre

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... 3200 Main Street Dallas, Texas United States of America ... ... Designation Small Professional Theatre ... ... active 30 The Undermain Theatre is an 80-seat regional theater, home to the... ...Theatre Group, is located in Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas. Deriving its name from the actual location of the basement space “under Main Street”, this ens... ...ctive places. The building became a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark in 1991 and was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. It is... ... by John O’Keefe Seventy Scenes of Halloween by Jeffery M. Jones (Dallas & Canada)* Blood on the Cat’s Nec... ...istic Director Katherine Owens is a guest seminar lecturer for the theater division of the Meadows School of the Arts The City of ...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 4

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...esented to the Edward Johnson Music Library % Gv/endolyn Koldofsky in memory of Adolf Koldofsky EX LIBRIS R. S. WILLIAMS UNiVERSiTY OF TORONTO ^ :0??... ... 1910 ML 'TORONTO, ONT. E. R. PARKHURST, Editor - 106 D'Arcy Street MUSICAL CANADA. GENEBAIt. Page Alclons, J. E. P 310 Amati Violin tells a love sto... ...ti Violin tells a love story 267 Archibald, W. Y 367 Arriola, Pepito 244 Art of Beautiful Song, The, by D. C. Taylor. . 327 Articulation, by S. Cape 3... ...ragonetti Bass 274 E. Elman, Practical Suggestions From 3&8 Eaton, Margaret, School of Expression 3 240 Elgar Trio 3«2 Field, H. M 67 Fisher, Dr., Stu... ...ducation, by Sydney Dalton 287 Mylott, Eva 145, 207 MUSICAL CANADA. 111. N. National Chorus Page ,155, 219, 305 O. Opera and Drama. 29, 54, 174, 216,... ...r First Presbyterian Church, Brockville W. O. Forsyth (Director Metropolitan School of Music ) Pianist and Teacher of the Higher Art of Piano-Playing,... ... for $1. Every Canadian living in the United States should have " Can- ada's National Musical Magazine " as a regular visitor. MUSICAL CANADA. HMTVII... ...e of Mr. W. O. Forsyth's pupils, also gave a delightful piano recital in the theatre of the Normal School on the same evening as Mr. Seitz. Miss Johns... ...Those who did not hear the Royal Italian Grand Opera Company at the Princess Theatre last month missed a rich musical treat. The operas presented were...

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Musical theatre

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...consider the first musical[1] Musical theatre is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken dia... ... musical[1] Musical theatre is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and... ...songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and dance. The story and emotional content of a musical – humor, pathos, love, anger – are communicated thro... ...ical aspects of the entertainment as an integrated whole. Although musical theatre overlaps with other theatrical forms like opera and dance, it may b... ...eatre productions, or on tour. Musicals are often presented by amateur and school groups in churches, schools and other performance spaces. In additio... ...e vibrant musical theatre scenes in continental Europe, Asia, Australasia, Canada and Latin America. Content... ...Shorter or simplified "junior" versions of many musicals are available for schools and youth groups, and very short works created or adapted for perfo... ...[40] Nevertheless, as the Great Depression set in during the post-Broadway national tour of Show Boat, the public turned back to light, brassy, escapi... ... 1, 2009 ^ Teachout, Terry. "Sweeney Todd", National Endowment for the Arts website, accessed November 1, 2009 ...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 12

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...9R PR®FE55I§NALS AND AMATEURS Publishing Office, Murray Printing Co., Toronto, Canada MUSICAL CANADA Toronto Conservatory of Music SIR EDMUND WALKER,... ...ice, Murray Printing Co., Toronto, Canada MUSICAL CANADA Toronto Conservatory of Music SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., President J. A. MACDONALD, LL.D. I ... ...d Facilities for Professional and Non-Professional Students in All Departments of Musical Instruction EXAMINATIONS, JUNE 20, 21, 22 and 23 APPLICATION... ...E 20, 21, 22 and 23 APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN ON OR BEFORE MAY 15th CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION SPECIAL CALENDAR F. H. KIRKPATRICK, Ph.D., Princip... ...nadian Academy of Music 12 Spadina Road Limited Phone College 1343 An Artistic School for the Professional and Amateur Student Great teachers in all d... ...ic 46 Mendelssohn Choir 96, 171 Menges, Isolde 112, 194 MUSICAL CANADA N Page National Chorus of Toronto 156 National Faults 116 Niagara, Battle of 8... ...AROMANCE IN THE LIFE OFWILKESBOOTH By ax American Physician (Fram the London '"Theatre" Magazine of March, 1895) In looking over an old scrapbook a fe... ...nt all his spare time with me, and accompanied me home every evening after the theatre. My happiness was beyond description. I could think of noth- in... ...again resumed his professional work by playing for all kinds of charitable and national purposes. Then his wanderings took him to Australia where he r...

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La Scala Theatre Ballet School

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...a Official logo of the La Scala Academy ... ... Founded 1813 Director of Dance ... ...ic Olivieri Affiliation La Scala Theatre Ballet ... ... Website La Scala Theatre Ballet School (Italian: Scuola ... ... Website La Scala Theatre Ballet School (Italian: Scuola di Ballo del Te... ... Theatre Ballet School (Italian: Scuola di Ballo del Teatro alla Scala) is one of the leading classical ballet schools in the world and is the associa... ... Elmhurst School for Dance English National Ballet School ... ... Canada's National Ballet School ... ... Canada's National Ballet School ...

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Memories of Canada and Scotland

By: John Douglas Sutherland Campbell

...ure Collection World Public Library.org AND SCOTLAND Title: MEMORIES OF CANADA AND SCOTLAND Author: JOHN DOUGLAS SUTHERLAND CAMPBELL Language:... ... Collection World Public Library.org AND SCOTLAND Title: MEMORIES OF CANADA AND SCOTLAND Author: JOHN DOUGLAS SUTHERLAND CAMPBELL Language: En... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...... ............................................................................7 A NATIONAL HYMN. ............................................................ ...m VERSES ON CANADIAN SUBJECTS. • CANADA, 1882. • QUEBEC. • PROLOGUE. • A NATIONAL HYMN. • RIVER RHYMES • LEGEND OF THE CANADIAN ROBIN • WERE TH... ...by His Excellency the Governor−General, after distributing the prizes at the school entertainment in the Opera House, on Friday last, December 23, 187... ... said:— Ladies and Gentlemen, and my young friends, the pupils of the Public Schools,—Let me express to you the pleasure I feel in being with you to−n... ...is the development of the story of which your harbour and town have been the theatre. Two centuries ago the adventurer only knew this place—his compan...

...Excerpt: QUEBEC. O fortress city, bathed by streams Majestic as thy memories great, Where mountains, floods, and forests mate The grandeur of the glorious dreams, Born of the hero hearts who died In founding here an Empire?s pride; Prosperity attend thy fate, And happiness in thee abide, Pair Canada?s strong tower and gate! May Envy, that against thy might Dashe...

...Table of Contents: Memories of Canada and Scotland, 1 -- John Douglas Sutherland Campbell, 1 -- VERSES ON CANADIAN SUBJECTS, 2 -- CANADA, 1882, 2 -- QUEBEC, 3 -- PROLOGUE, 7 -- A NATIONAL HYMN, 9 -- RIVER RHYMES, 11 -- LEGEND OF TH...

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Canada Science and Technology Museum

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... Location Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Coordinates ... ...ada) is located in Ottawa, Ontario, on St. Laurent Boulevard, to the south of the Queensway (Highway 417). C... ... links Mission The National Museum of Science and Technology was established in 1967 as a Cent... ... Mission The National Museum of Science and Technology was established in 1967 as a Centennial project b... ...s collection, permanent, temporary and traveling exhibits, special events, school programs, workshops and demonstrations, publications, loans, confere... ...on and an exhibit about canoes. Highlighted artifacts include the Canadian National Railways 6400 steam locomotive, ZEEP nuclear reactor from the Atom... ... Gladstone Theatre ... ... Great Canadian Theatre Company ... ...s collection, permanent, temporary and traveling exhibits, special events, school programs, workshops and demonstrations, publications, loans, confere...

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Ridgeway: An Historical Romance of the Fenian Invasion of Canada

By: Scian Dubh

...RIDGEWAY, AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE OF by SCIAN DUBH Classic Literature Colle... ...ssic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE FENIAN INVASION OF CANADA Title: RIDGEWAY, AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE OF THE FENIAN INVASIO... ...c Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE FENIAN INVASION OF CANADA Title: RIDGEWAY, AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE OF THE FENIAN INVASION O... ...ust, beneath the iron heel of the invader, the pure, crimson ore of their nationality and patriotism still flashes and scintillates before the world... ...en worsted in the open field. Whether the subtle influences of a common nationality moved Pope Adrian the Fourth--who was an Englishman named Nich... ...s that had emigrated to America for many a long day. Kate and he had been schoolfellows and neighbors from their infancy, and, as they grew up, were... ...d. So with her needle, and through the instrumentality of a small private school, she ultimately found herself mistress of the required amount, and ... ...and became the greatest and most powerful that has ever appeared upon the theatre of human existence. To be sure, in a body so numerous and all but ... ...itain, and yet Canada was invaded by the Americans and made the principal theatre of the conflict. How multifarious soever, or widely scattered its ...

...Introduction: In the dark, English crucible of seven hundred years of famine, fire and sword, the children of Ireland have been tested to an intensity unknown to the annals of any other people. From the days of the second Henry down to those of the last of the Georges,...

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Canada Post millennium stamps

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...lection Country of production ... ... Country of production Canada ... ...) Commemorates Events and people of the 20th century in Canada in 17 min... ... Commemorates Events and people of the 20th century in Canada in 17 minisheets that commemorat... ...ent and the arts, including IMAX motion-picture technology, the Calgary Stampede, singer Félix Leclerc and the National Film Board. The simultaneously... ...ng.[1] Cirque du Soleil A spectacular blend of music, theatre, dance and acrobatics, Cirque d... ...key Night in Canada Play-by-play announcers have brought the excitement of Canada's national game into our living rooms sin... .... Aboriginal contributions to peace, healing and sport are featured, as well as Canada's proud heritage in the theatre and popular literature.[12] ... ... His remarkable career ran the gamut from staging theatrical revues to co-founding Montreal's National Theatre School.[15] ...

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2003 Presidential Scholars Program National Recognition Week

By: Johnson

... 2003 PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARS PROGRAM NATIONAL RECOGNITION WEEK June 21 - June 26, 2003 National Recognit... ...ates Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964, by Executive Order of the President, to recognize and honor some of our Nation’s most dist... ...to recognize and honor some of our Nation’s most distinguished graduating high school seniors. Each year, up to 141 students are named as Presidentia... ...eniors. Each year, up to 141 students are named as Presidential Scholars, one of the Nation’s high- est honors for high school students. In honoring... ... named as Presidential Scholars, one of the Nation’s high- est honors for high school students. In honoring the Presidential Scholars, the President ... ...timulate achievement in a way that could be “revolutionary.” During the first National Recognition Week in 1964, the Scholars participated in seminar... ...United States T eam for the 1999 International Geography Olympiad at T oronto, Canada, where we won the gold medal. I plan to focus on the social scie... ...HSPVA, and I have also had the opportunity to study with the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre in New York and many other dance companies within the city of H... ...pendent self has volunteered as an assistant director and starred in a touring theatre company. Finally, my explorative persona has granted me a deep...

...Excerpt: The United States Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964, by Executive Order of the President, to recognize and honor some of our Nation?s most distinguished graduating high school seniors. Each year, up to 141 students are named as Presidential Scholars, one of the Nation?s highest honors for high sc...

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O Canada

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... Sheet music for Canada's national anthem ... ... Sheet music for Canada's national anthem ... ...hem National anthem of Canada ... ... National anthem of Canada Also k... ... National anthem of Canada Also know... ... "O Canada" is the national anthem of Canada. The song was originally commissioned by Lieutenant Governor of Q... ... Theatre ... ... Manitoba Schools Question (1890-1896) ... ... 1976 separate schools case ...

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Gaining the Arts Advantage Lessons from School Districts That Value Arts Education

By: Harriet Mayor Fulbright

...S and ARTS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP GORDON AMBACH EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR COUNCIL OF CHIEF STATE SCHOOL OFFICERS WASHINGTON, DC BENJAMIN CANADA SUPERINTENDEN... ...ATION PARTNERSHIP GORDON AMBACH EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR COUNCIL OF CHIEF STATE SCHOOL OFFICERS WASHINGTON, DC BENJAMIN CANADA SUPERINTENDENT PORTLAND PUBL... ...VE DIRECTOR COUNCIL OF CHIEF STATE SCHOOL OFFICERS WASHINGTON, DC BENJAMIN CANADA SUPERINTENDENT PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS PORTLAND, OR RAMON C. C ORTIN... ...OOL OFFICERS WASHINGTON, DC BENJAMIN CANADA SUPERINTENDENT PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS PORTLAND, OR RAMON C. C ORTINES EXECUTVE DIRECTOR THE PEW NETWORK F... ... REFORM STANFORD UNIVERSITY PALO ALTO, CA DIANE FRANKEL DIRECTOR INSTITUTE OF MUSEUM AND LIBRARY SERVICES WASHINGTON, DC DOUG HERBERT DIRECTOR ARTS IN... ...ND LIBRARY SERVICES WASHINGTON, DC DOUG HERBERT DIRECTOR ARTS IN EDUCATION NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS WASHINGTON, DC JIM HERBERT DIRECTOR DIVISIO... ...NGTON, DC JIM HERBERT DIRECTOR DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES WASHINGTON, DC DAV E MASTER DIRECTOR ... ... Paul Taylor Dance Company, the Museum of Modern Art, the Marquis Studios, TheatreMoves, Columbia University, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and m... ...ources, including a teacher area of arts standards, lessons, assessments. Theatre Project, an ambitious and complex undertaking that linked three oth...

...Excerpt: This report responds to questions posed by school and community leaders throughout the United States about public school districts that have made competence in the arts as well as literacy one of the fundamental purposes of schooling for all their students. As Dr. Ben...

...Table of Contents: FOREWORD, .PAGE 4 -- by Harriet Mayor Fulbright -- and Richard J. Deasy -- INTRODUCTION, PAGE 5 -- by Ramon C. Cortines -- HOW THE STUDY WAS CONDUCTED, PAGE 7 -- THE STUDY'S FINDINGS, PAGE 9 -- SCHOOL DISTRICT CA...

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Yiddish theatre

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... of plays written and performed primarily by Jews in Yiddish, the language of the Central European Ashkenazi Jewish community. The range of Yiddish th... ...e of the Central European Ashkenazi Jewish community. The range of Yiddish theatre is broad: operetta, musical comedy, and satiric or nostalgic revues... ...the late 19th century until just before World War II, professional Yiddish theatre could be found throughout the heavily Jewish areas of Eastern and E... ...ssional Yiddish theatre could be found throughout the heavily Jewish areas of Eastern and East Central Europe, but also in Berlin, London, Paris and N... ...ddish theatre did not arise simultaneously with theatre in other European "national" languages; he conjectured that this was at least in part because ... ... he conjectured that this was at least in part because the Jewish sense of nationality favored Hebrew over Yiddish as a "national" language, but few J... ...e first professional Yiddish theatre troupe, attended that same rabbinical school, and while there is known to have played (in 1862) a woman's role in... ... the time, writing "If I have arrived at having a stage, I want it to be a school for you... Laugh heartily if I amuse you with my jokes, while I, wat... ...ented Folksbiene. The Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre of Montreal, Quebec, Canada has been active for over 49 years. The State Jewish Theater in Buch...

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National Heritage Fellowships

...brating America’s Folk and T raditional Arts for More Than 20 Y ears NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWSHIPS 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W . W ashington, ... ... Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W . W ashington, D.C. 20506-0001 www.arts.gov The National Endowment for the Arts enriches our nation and its diverse cultur... ...enriches our nation and its diverse cultural heritage by supporting works of artistic excellence, advancing learning in the arts, and strengthening t... ...osby; Storyteller figurine by Helen Cordero, 1986 Fellow– –photo courtesy of Helen Cordero; Carnaval mask by Juan Alindato, 1987 Fellow– –photo court... ...1982-2001. ABC-CLIO also released an educational guide for distribution to schools and libraries, accompanied by a DVD-ROM that features biographies o... ...particular vision of e pluribus unum. Some years ago, I attended a high school graduation ceremony in my hometown, a small Midwestern river town.... ... . Her figures have been exhibited in museums across the United States and Canada. Cordero’s work, which has initiated a revolution in contemporary Pu... ...he joined Mariachi Aguila, the house ensemble at the famous Million Dollar Theatre, a major stopping point on the Mexican professional circuit. Upon t... ...w Jersey , Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Michigan, as well as Canada, primarily playing for the Jewish communities although their music w...

...Excerpt: The National Endowment for the Arts enriches our nation and its diverse cultural heritage by supporting works of artistic excellence, advancing learning in the arts, and strengthening the arts in communities throughout the countr...

...Table of Contents: NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWS -- (by year awards given) -- 1982, 4 -- 1983, 8 -- 1984, 12 -- 1985, 16 -- 1986, 18 -- 1987, 20 -- 1988, 22 -- 1989, 24 -- 1990, 26 -- 1991, 28 -- 1992, 30 -- 1993, 32 -- 1994, 34 -- 199...

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Canada Day

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... Children watch the Canada Day parade in Montreal ... ... Also called Fête du Canada; previously named Dominion Day ... ... Type Historical, cultural, national Celebrations ... ... Canada Day (French: Fête du Canada) is the national day of Canada, a federal statutory holiday celebrating the anniver... ... Canada Day (French: Fête du Canada) is the national day of Canada, a federal statutory holiday celebrating the anniversary of the J... ...atutory holiday celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the British North America Act, 1867 (today called the Constitution Act, ... ...ly, Jérôme Choquette in 1973,[26] in order not to affect children still in school in the month of May.[27] International celebrati... ... Sport Theatre ...

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The Decline and Fall of the British Empire : A Brief Account of Those Causes Which Resulted in the Destruction of Our Late Ally, Together with a Comparison between the British and Roman Empires ; Appointed for Use in the National Schools of Japan ; Tokio, 2005

By: Mills, Elliott Evans

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE Author: Languag... ...... ...iking manner with the causeswhich are at the present moment undermining the splen- did fabric of our Empire." — National Service League Journal. ** A ... ... Press Notices see end of book. ^'^^ PREFACE. This little book is intended for use in the upper classes of our National Schools. It will, we hope, su... ...tices see end of book. ^'^^ PREFACE. This little book is intended for use in the upper classes of our National Schools. It will, we hope, supply a lo... ... to posterity Shakespeare and her world-wide language. And, while these endure, so long will her history be the schoolroom of man- kind, and the story... ...f the Earth. While, therefore, India has fallen to Russia, South Africa to Germany, Egypt to the Sultan ; while Canada has taken shelter beneath the w... ...e adjacent porticoes." The same phraseology might have been used of the English*, whose inordinate love for the Theatre was only equalled by their ign... ...themselves, the English insisted more and more that they were a Nation of Athletes. It was far otherwise. Their theatres (thanks to one Barrie*,who se...

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Education in Canada

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... Provincial & Territorial Ministers of Education: ... ... List of Ministers A... ... National education budget (2011) ... ... non-tertiary education. Education in Canada is for the most part provided publicly, funded and overseen by feder... ...isdiction and the curriculum is overseen by the province.[16] Education in Canada is generally divided into primary education, followed by secondary e... .... Within the provinces under the ministry of education, there are district school boards administering the educational programs.[17] Education is comp... ...io and New Brunswick, where the compulsory age is 18, or as soon as a high school diploma has been achieved. In some provinces early leaving exemption... ...d at various levels by federal departments. For example, the Department of National Defence includes the Royal Military College of Canada, while the D... ... Sport Theatre ...

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The Winning of Canada : A Chronicle of Wolf

By: William Wood

...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE WINNING OF CANADA Author: WILLIAM WOOD Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ...Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE WINNING OF CANADA Author: WILLIAM WOOD Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literatu... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...... ...ind them. Wolfe's parents presently moved to Greenwich, where he was sent to school at Swinden's. Here he worked quietly enough till just before he en... ...ets all night. The noise of battle seemed to be sounding all round Swinden's school, where most of the boys belonged to naval and military families. S... ...is French; and when Warde came back the two friends used to go to the French theatre. Wolfe put his French to other use as well, and read all the mili... ...t for strangers in Paris is the Opera, and the next is the playhouse. The theatre is a school to acquire the French language, for which reaso... ... depended on the rival navies. Of course, it involved many other elements of national and Imperial power on both sides. But no other elements of power...

...Excerpt: AUTHOR?S NOTE. Any life of Wolfe can be artificially simplified by treating his purely military work as something complete in itself and not as a part of a greater whole. But, since such treatment gives a totally false idea of his achievement, this ...

...Table of Contents: The Winning of Canada: A Chronicle of Wolf, 1 -- William Wood, 1 -- AUTHOR'S NOTE, 1 -- Chapter I. THE BOY 1727?1741, 1 -- Chapter II. THE YOUNG SOLDIER 1741?1748, 4 -- Chapter III. THE SEVEN YEARS' PEACE 1748?17...

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Danish Dance Theatre

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...mpany was founded in 1981 by Randi Patterson, an English/Norwegian choreographer and innovator of modern dance. Patterson was succeeded by American Wa... ...e Dane Anette Abildgaard. Tim Rushton, the present Artistic Director and primary choreographer of the company. It is based in Copenhagen. ... ...ton (MBE) has been the company’s Artistic Director and has successfully continued Danish Dance Theatre’s vision of combining the classical arts with t... ...sh Dance Theatre’s vision of combining the classical arts with the modern. Today, Danish Dance Theatre is the foremost contemporary dance company in D... ...escenen and Dansens Hus they are now situated on the former site of Carlsberg Brewery. Between national touring, international touring and stationary ... ...ctions at the Royal Danish Theatre, Danish Dance Theatre also does an extensive amount of both national and international touring. Besides touring and... ... NYE BY: Danish Dance Theatre SuperDanish at Habourfront, Canada major tour ... ...sandro Sousa Pereira Brazilian. Born 1983. Educated at Galpao 1 Dance School in Indaiatuba, Saö Paulo. In 1999 he danced at L... ...ca Marazia Italian. Born 1979. He is educated at the Rome Opera Dance School under direction of Elisabetta Terabust and at th...

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The Winning of Canada : A Chronicle of Wolf

By: William Wood

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org A CHRONICLE OF WOLF Title: THE WINNING OF CANADA: A CHRONICLE OF WOLF Author: WILL... ... World Public Library.org A CHRONICLE OF WOLF Title: THE WINNING OF CANADA: A CHRONICLE OF WOLF Author: WILLIAM WOOD Language: English Subject... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...... ...em. Wolfe's parents presently moved to Greenwich, where he was sent to school at Swinden's. Here he worked quietly enough till just before he ent... ... all night. The noise of battle seemed to be sounding all round Swinden's school, where most of the boys belonged to naval and military families. S... ...French; and when Warde came back the two friends used to go to the French theatre. Wolfe put his French to other use as well, and read all the mili... ...or strangers in Paris is the Opera, and the next is the playhouse. The theatre is a school to acquire the French language, for which reaso... ...ended on the rival navies. Of course, it involved many other elements of national and Imperial power on both sides. But no other elements of power ...

...Wolfe was a soldier born. Many of his ancestors had stood ready to fight for king and country at a moment?s notice. His father fought under the great Duke of Marlborough in the war against France at the beginning of the eighteenth century. His grandfather,...

...CONTENTS I. THE BOY II. THE YOUNG SOLDIER III. THE SEVEN YEARS' PEACE IV. THE SEVEN YEARS' WAR V. LOUISBOURG VI. QUEBEC VII. THE PLAINS OF ABRAHAM VIII. EPILOGUE--THE LAST STAND...

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American Ballet Theatre

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... Name American Ballet Theatre Previous names ... ... Mordkin Ballet Ballet Theatre ... ...olitan Opera House New York City  United States of America Website ... ... Other Associated schools Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School ... ...d H. Koch Theater in the fall; the company tours around the world the rest of the year. ABT was founded in 1937 by Lucia Chase and Mikhail Mordkin and... ...e parent company of the American Ballet Theatre Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School (Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School (ballet)), and was recognized as ... ...queline Kennedy Onassis School (ballet)), and was recognized as "America's National Ballet Company" in 2006 by the United States Congress.[1][2] ... ... Name Nationality Training ... ...al Ballet La Scala Theatre Ballet National Ballet of Canada Stuttgart Ballet The Royal Ballet ...

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