GANDALF

(redirected from Mithrandir)

GANDALF

A software development environment from Carnegie Mellon University.

Gandalf

wizard with special control over fire. [Br. Lit.: J. R. R. Tolkien Lord of the Rings]
See: Magic
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Uno de los sabios, Mithrandir (luego llamado Gandalf), senalo: "El poder de los elfos y de los amigos de los elfos es menor de lo que fue.
The current seven-person lineup includes members from such 1970s Eugene bands as Wheatfield, Mithrandir, Turkey Run and SlowBuck.
11 December 2001: Douglas Michael Wilson, Brian Fitzgerald O'Gorman, Michael Brian Harwood, Sara Anne Branch, Sarah Marie Kampbell, Charles Robert Eberle, Matthew Joseph Kloser, Christopher Chaffee Fallon, Adam Josef Koudelka, David Mithrandir Fiorini, Mary Cathryn Lenzini, Ann Marie Gurucharri, Joel Thomas Bowers, Luciana Pia Reali, Katherine Margaret McFarland, Christine Nicole Reiser, Julianne Marie Mooney, John Patrick Scully, Jordan Alexander Mundt, James Regis Stevens III, Katrina Czarny Myers, Philip Edwin Tedesco, Bridget Garrity O'Brien, James Joseph Vavricek, Jill Judith Veselik, Maureen Elizabeth Carr, Angela Marie Lubke, Patrick John McMahon.
Navarro moved to Eugene from east Los Angeles in 1973 as a member of the band Mithrandir. He said the band wanted to get out of Los Angeles and kept driving north in search of a better locale.
Also on tap: the Brazilian jazz, samba, bossa nova tunes of Sun Bossa; the ranchera-nortena stylings of La Tierra del Sol; Brazilian Forro dance music from Macaco Velho; the salsa music of Caliente; and the modern vocal music of Mithrandir.
Two of the bands, Mithrandir and Sandunga, haven't performed together in many years and will reunite for this festival.
For Mithrandir, future gigs are a good possibility - he and "the sisters' were already rehearsing together when the call for the Latin Music Festival came, said Jorge Navarro, the group's guitarist and lead singer.
Sundunga, Sun Bossa, Mithrandir, Samba Ja, Macaco Bellho, Caliente - Latino music festival, 8 p.m.