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Moldau:

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, Ger. Moldau, longest river of the Czech Republic, c.270 mi (430 km) long, rising in the Bohemian Forest, SW Czech Republic, and flowing SE, then N, past České Budĕjovice and Prague, to the Elbe River at Mĕlník.
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, river, Czech Republic.
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Schmidt (1774) Principatum Moldaviae, Walachiae; Adam Iacob (1781) Carte de la Walachie; Gussefeld (1785) Carte von des Moldau und Walachey; Carol Schutz (1788) Kriegstheater Moldau, Bessarabien,Walachei and Neuste Karte von der Moldau, Walachei, Bessarabien; F.J.
"Verpflanzung eines sudtiroler Brauches in die Moldau des Petru Rares." Revue Etudes Sud-Est Europeenes.
moldaviensis from the Vltava (Moldau) River; another, the commonest species was described two years earlier from the Elbe River in Hamburg by Michaelsen (1901) as Ilyodrilus hammoniensis.
in her arms and points at the heavens to tell him that God lives there, Smetana's "Moldau" swells and we witness a grand view of a beautiful sky--God greeting His creation.
In the past few years many rivers flooded all over the world, such as the Jamuna River in Bangladesh, the Yangtze in China, the Oder and the Vistula in Poland, the Moldau in the Czech Republic and the Elbe in Germany (Vuren et al.
"Windeye" sets the tone for the rest of the short stories that follow: characters that know little or nothing about what's going on, narrators that are more inclined to ask questions than provide answers, moving readers toward endings that only serve to solidify the rare statement of certainty that one of the characters--Harbison, in "The Moldau Case"--utters early on: "How could anyone be sure of anything?"
The most celebrated movement is the second one rifled Vltava (The Moldau [River]).
Nancy Zepherin led off the yearly recital of State Department and Montgomery College piano students under the tutelage of Caryl Traten Fisher with a sensitive performance of Bedrich Smetana's "La Moldau".
As in Kubrick's film, the soundtrack uses classical music--Hector Berlioz's "Requiem," Henryk Gorec-ki's "Sorrowful Symphony," Bedrich Smetana's "The Moldau," John Taven-er's "Resurrection in Hades," and much more.
The concert programme includes John Parry's Sonata No 1; Claude Debussy's Deux Arabesques; Benjamin Britten's Suite for Harp op 83 and The Moldau, by Bedrich Smetana.
According to legend, Rabbi Loew and two disciples went to the banks of the Moldau River at four in the morning where they fashioned a golem on the river's clay bank.
We were treated to the colourful and passionate Vltava (Moldau) by Smetana, followed by Dvorak's Romance for Violin and Orchestra, Opus 11, with a beautiful solo performance by the Orchestra's leader Sarah Carson.