"I am not a member of the Samahan but I offered my help with my art work," Uhland
In a quasi-experimental study of retention, Quigley & Uhland
(2000) identified a group of 20 'at-risk' (AR) learners in a large educational complex in Pittsburgh.
This study examines Brahms's settings of texts drawn from Ludwig Uhland
's (1787-1862) Wanderlieder cycle in light of how some nineteenth-century composers created new text cycles using its poems as a framework.
(4) In poetry, after Heine, the post-Romantic poets, such as Emanuel Geibel, Ludwig Uhland
, Friedrich Ruckert, Eduard Morike and others form the literary taste of Estonian culture.
(16.) Zeibig S, Wagner S, Holthoff HP, Ungerer M, Bultmann A, Uhland
K, et al.
Das Wandern ist des Mullers Lust, Der Jungling auf dem Hugel, (Schubert/Muller, Huttenbrenner), Oh liebliche Wangen, Sonntag (Brahms/Fleming, Uhland
Para analisar a contaminacao microbiologica no perfil do solo, foram coletadas amostras de solo ao final do experimento, um dia apos a ultima fertirrigacao, com trado Uhland
, esterilizado, a superficie e nas profundidades 0,10; 0,30 e 1,00 m.
The texts ate from German language authors such as Goethe, Uhland
, and Lenau, and the English writers Shelley and Tennyson.
The New Minnesinger, as we see, contains many curiosities, one of the chief ones being the small section of seventeen poems: "Translations" These are from a range of writers (mainly German) including Goethe, Schiller, Heine, and Uhland
. So, as well as Whitman and Victorian women's poetry, Bradley is drawing her influences for this collection from German Romanticism.