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Henze

Hans Werner . born 1926, German composer, whose works, in many styles, include the operas The Stag King (1956), The Bassarids (1965), The English Cat (1983), and Das verratene Meer (1990) and the oratorio The Raft of the Medusa (1968)
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I felt it was important to implement an e-discovery solution as a best practice," Henze added.
The combined utilization of passive and active TES systems has been investigated and found to be capable of reducing costs by up to 45% when optimal controls are considered (Henze and Krarti 2002, Henze et al.
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More recently, the sensitivity of mismatches between models and actual systems was examined for the optimal control of a combined active and passive thermal storage system (Liu and Henze 2004).
Just four years after its world premiere in Munich, the company presented the Canadian premiere of Venus and Adonis by 75-year-old Hans Werner Henze, in a production derived from a version staged in Santa Fe in the summer of 2000.
He was irresistibly drawn to the theater, and one of his last projects--talked about in that final conversation--was the offer of a Broadway show, as well as an elaborate Tristan, with a score to be commissioned from Hans Werner Henze, and a full-evening Othello, with music possibly by Andrzej Panufnik.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic's progressive music series also will feature works by two established masters, Hungarian Gyorgy Kurtag and German composer Hans Werner Henze - both, coincidentally, celebrating their 70th birthdays this year.
Just because someone is wealthy, it does not mean that he or she will give to your organization," explained Lawrence Henze, managing director of Blackbaud Analytics.
We are confident our employees, customers and suppliers can look forward to an excellent future with the Preiss-Daimler group," Henze says.
Becoming part of this company will allow us to continue to provide exceptional service to the Midwest region, backed with the strength and commitment of AUI,” said Rhonda Henze, Vice President of Executive Brokers Insurance Services.
APHA offered two sets of training locations and dates to accommodate the diverse geography and time commitments of the Affiliates, said APHA Deputy Director of Affiliate Affairs Catherine Henze, MPH.
This was not so 30 and more years ago, when Sir Charles Groves successfully attracted the public to music by Henze, Hindemith and Peter Maxwell Davies, and also to symphonic cycles by the then less-well known Mahler and Bruckner.