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Brendel

Alfred. born 1931, Austrian pianist and poet
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Zurab beat Indian IM Prasad Devaki, Alexander stunned German GM Bischoff Klaus, Eric downed Georgian GM Bagaturov Giorgi, and Brendel subdued Russian IM Kalegin Evgenij.
Health care company Bayer revealed on Thursday the addition of Jennifer Brendel as vice president of Communications of its Consumer Health Division in the US.
The new Brendel models have focused on the use of TR90 material that is durable, flexible and lightweight.
Tolkien in fact came from a family of piano manufacturers - a neat link as Brendel launched into a talk derived from his own masterly book, A Pianist's A to Z.
The 1974 Steinway D, bought for PS17,500 after a fund-raising campaign, was originally installed at London's Royal Festival Hall where it had been played by Alfred Brendel and other celebrated pianists.
If both were there with the goal to kill him, it doesn't matter who pulled the trigger," prosecutor Andreas Brendel said.
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The men's C1 1000m is open, but at the prices the in-form European champion Sebastian Brendel has to rate a bet at 5-1.
Suzo-Happ Groupa[euro](tm)s president and CEO James Brendel welcomed Acon as the firm's new owner, saying he was confident that the alliance would help the companya[euro](tm)s future development into a global player providing quality and value to customers, suppliers and employees.
Kit is a British-Taiwanese pianist and composer whose talent so impressed the great Alfred Brendel that he became his mentor.
Volkswagen's spokesperson Michael Brendel did not wish to comment.
Other highlights will include Alfred Brendel, one of the world's leading "Schubertians" and the author of a poem called Schubert's Leg, talking about the composers last three piano sonatas.