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Dolmetsch

Arnold. 1858--1940, British musician, born in France. He contributed greatly to the revival of interest in early music and instruments
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Recorder virtuoso Michala Petri along with harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani will then perform a repertoire associated with Dolmetsch and the Ricercar Consort, the outstanding Belgian instrumental ensemble directed by Philippe Pierlot, will close the concerts at Gregynog Hall on Sunday afternoon.
Chon, supra note 73; see also Dolmetsch, supra note 9 (noting Justice Kornreich's emphasis on how platform has "significant impact on [] outcome of a trade").
El cineasta resalta que el ministro de la Corte Suprema, Hugo Dolmetsch, controvirtio la historia oficial en su voto de minoria expresado en la audiencia que en enero de este ano cerro definitivamente el caso.
In 1951, McMahon judged the Dolmetsch school recorder as the only fully satisfactory brand, although it was fragile and relatively costly.
A former professor of neuroscience at Stanford, Dolmetsch joined the company last August and immediately began hiring.
22) O'Connor notes that Dolmetsch provided the music "for some two dozen" of Poel's productions, including the Elizabethan Stage Society's performances of Twelfth Night and The Comedy of Errors in 1895, thirty-two years prior to the production of When You See Me (William Poel 50).
The book begins, however paradoxically, with a visual gesture: a stunning photograph of the Roger Fry/Arnold Dolmetsch spinet housed in The Courtauld Gallery, London.
See also Chris Dolmetsch & Bob Van Voris, Somali Pirate Muse Gets 34-Year Prison Sentence for Indian Ocean Hijacking, Bloomberg (Feb.
27) Ezra Pound, "Arnold Dolmetsch," in Pavannes and Divisions (New York: Alfred A.
27, 2010, at A22; Chris Dolmetsch, New York Police Lose Second Stop-and Frisk Case on Appeal, BLOOMBERG (July 4, 2012, 12:10 AM), http://www.
9) Mabel Dolmetsch, Dances of English and France from 1450 to 1600 (London, 1949), 133.
Having an interest in 18th Century dancing, I have travelled hundreds of miles to attend classes, courses and balls run by highly regarded organisations (the Early Dance Circle, the Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society, et al) in other parts of the country.