Max Seiffert (Leipzig: Breitkopf und Hartel, 1916): LV (it contains a copy of and inventory of music documents created by Johann Philip Krieger, Kapellmeister at the Court of Johann Adolf I in Weissenfels
); Tadeusz Maciejewski.
After unsuccessful treatment in Dresden, in January 1801 Hardenberg returned to the family residence of Weissenfels
in Saxony, where he died on March 25.
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KraussMaffei Berstorff says one of its long-time customers, Schuco Polymer Technologies KG, will commission a twin-strand coextrusion line at its Weissenfels
, Germany, plant early this year.
Wolfgang Kemmler, Anja Weissenfels
, Matthias Kohl, and Simon von Stengel also helped in the acquisition, analysis, and interpretation of the data.
Brown coal mining started in the middle of the nineteenth century near the cities of Weissenfels
Omaruru dist.: l [female] Weissenfels
, 21[degrees]04'S 15[degrees]59'E, 11.ii.1986, J.
Having recently left her parents' household in nearby Weissenfels
, Anna Magdalena had established her professional status and economic independence.
pH 7.0 has been shown to be optimal for biodegradation (Weissenfels
et al., 1990).
There are many examples of adaptations of Leipzig operas in Hamburg, Bayreuth, Wolfen-buttel, Weissenfels
, and other opera houses, or vice versa.