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Nyman

Michael. born 1944, British composer; works include the opera The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat (1986) and scores for films, including The Piano (1992) and several films by Peter Greenaway
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When Michael Nyman came to see and hear Sparkie, he was delighted.
It is with this commitment and vision that he started his business Restoration Science & Engineering (RSE) in 1994, a civil and environmental engineering firm that follows on the heels of his father Frank Nyman, also an environmental engineer and original partner of Tryck, Nyman, Hayes (TNH).
Then comes a new work, again scored by Nyman, described as an edgy piece for electric guitar and electronic tape.
The units, which are sold either under the Hi-Tek brand or as private label products, ensure that a retailer meets the needs and budget of almost any consumer who wants to keep track of his or her blood pressure, according to Nyman.
Nyman has written the score for an intriguing collaboration with photo-historian David King and film-maker Christopher Kondek.
Mr Nyman still came away with the highest scoring word in the final game, "updates" for 105 points.
It's written by the League of Gentleman's Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman, above, who's behind a lot of Derren Brown's stage and TV shows.
Nyman of Holden has joined the senior staff at Comprehensive Environmental Inc.
On the same day the university is presenting honorary degrees to scientist Prof Sir Alec Jeffreys and composer Michael Nyman.
On March 5 there is Orchestrating the Genome by Michael Nyman and Northern Sinfonia, at The Sage.
At the age of 61, Michael Nyman can look back on a career that has made him one of the world's most successful composers, responsible for a catalogue of music capacious enough for several composing careers.