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Schroeder

his only wish is to play Beethoven’s music on his piano. [Comics: “Peanuts” in Horn, 542–543]
See: Music

Schroeder

compulsively plays the works of Beethoven on his toy piano. [Comics: “Peanuts” in Horn, 543]
See: Piano
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Schroeder, who is known for speaking her mind on her podcast, said that she will continue to do so but will be more careful next time.
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Schroeder begins his book with a look at the relief efforts of the Protestant and Catholic churches in occupied Germany and the aversion of the churches to any acknowledgment of German guilt or responsibility.
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The 68-year old Schroeder, a Social Democrat (SPD), has kept a low profile since being beaten by Merkel in a tight election in 2005, giving the occasional interview but largely staying out of the national limelight.
I do know what it means to be chancellor," said Schroeder-Koepf, who was a journalist before marrying Schroeder in 1997.
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Salloway and photographer and artist Manuel Schroeder of Berlin, Germany.
Thus, in the first chapter readers learn more generally about Schubert's education and musical development before Schroeder focuses on the composer's swift evolution from his early songs of lamentation to his uncanny mastery and compositional empathy at the ages of seventeen and eighteen, respectively, in the Goethe settings "Gretchen am Spinnrade" and "Erlkonig.
Schroeder spent his entire professional life as a teacher of theology, first at Valparaiso Univeristy, then at Concordia Seminary and Christ-Seminary--Seminex (both in St.