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Norrington

Sir Roger (Arthur Carver). born 1934, British conductor; noted for period performances of early music
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Norrington now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for him under a royalty agreement.
The action is quickly described: Sir Roger Norrington has finished rehearsing the Camerata Academica Salzburg for a performance of Robert Schumann's Second Symphony, Opus 61.
At the end of the take Sean shouted to Norrington, 'What?
Euan Norrington of Perth had a right rollercoaster ride before landing the Unlucky prize.
Richard Norrington, Yorkshire Bank's East region director for integrated financial solutions, said: "These figures are promising.
Stark has also conducted orchestras including the London Symphony Orchestra, the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and the English Chamber Orchestra, and has worked alongside Pierre Boulez, Sir Colin Davis, Lord Menuhin, Sir Roger Norrington and Klaus Tennstedt.
Richard Norrington, regional director for Clydesdale & Yorkshire Banks in the North-east, said: "Investing for Growth underlines our commitment to helping UK businesses grow by easing the pressure on their cashflow.
The board of directors of security technology company McAfee Inc (NYSE:MFE) has appointed Lorrie Norrington, president of eBay Marketplaces, to its board of directors with immediate effect, the company said on Tuesday.
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Roger Norrington once said to me in an interview that making a beautiful sound is the least important goal for a symphony orchestra.
The BBC Concert Orchestra must try to suppress their giggles once more before they and the panel of judges led by Sir Roger Norrington must decide who'll be up for the chop this week.