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1969-71 he taught composition at the Hanover Academy of Music for a year, and, since autumn 1970 at the Hochschule der Kuenste in West Berlin, since 1977 as a professor ( till 1985 ).
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Emrick taught speech and broadcasting at Geneva College in the Pittsburgh suburb of Beaver Falls from 1969-71 and got his first experience of the NHL covering the Pittsburgh Penguins as an unpaid correspondent for the Beaver County Times newspaper.
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She worked for Shelter from 1969-71, and for the Social Services Department at the London Borough of Camden from 1971-74, when she was named Deputy Director of the National Council for One-Parent Families.
Later The Galloping Gourmet ( 1969-71 ), a show named for Kerr's onscreen persona, was taped in Ottawa at CJOH-TV and produced by his wife Treena Kerr.
He was a writer, assignment desk editor and producer at WBBM-TV, the CBS-owned station in Chicago ( 1969-71 ).
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Served in the U. S. Army ( 1969-71 ), earning the Vietnam Service Medal and a Bronze Star for valor.
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After Doctor Who, Sherwin was the producer on Paul Temple ( 1969-71 ), The Man Outside ( 1972 ), Ski-Boy ( 1973 ), and The Perils of Pendragon ( 1974 ).
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He won a scholarship to the Curtis Institute of Philadelphia, where he was taught conducting by Fritz Reiner and had Rosario Scalero as an instructor in composition.
At the Academy, he was taught composition by Frederick Corder, the piano by Tobias Matthay and the clarinet by Egerton.
Xenakis frequently gave lectures ( for instance, from 1975 to 1978 he was Professor of Music at Gresham College, London, giving free public lectures ), taught composition ( notable students include Pascal Dusapin, Henning Lohner, and Miguel Ángel Coria ), and his works were performed at numerous festivals worldwide, including, for instance, the Shiraz Arts Festival in Iran.
His school lasted for over fifty years and taught the basis of liberal arts education as we know it today, including oratory, composition, history, citizenship, culture and morality.
During this time he began a musical association and close friendship with composer Ernie Stires, who taught him composition, theory, and arranging.
Barbauld herself taught the foundational subjects of reading and religion to the youngest boys and geography, history, composition and rhetoric, and science to higher grade levels.
Students were taught to focus on the overall design, or entire composition, in order to present unified works.
Martí taught composition classes free at the academia de niñas de centroamérica girls ' academy, among whose students he enthralled young María García Granados, daughter of Guatemalan president Miguel García Granados.
Busoni had a brief period of study in Graz with Wilhelm Mayer ( who used the pseudonym of W. A. Rémy and also taught Felix Weingartner ) and was also helped by Wilhelm Kienzl, who enabled him to conduct a performance of his own composition ' Stabat Mater ' when he was twelve years old, before leaving for Leipzig in 1886 where he studied with Carl Reinecke ( a former pupil of Felix Mendelssohn and Robert Schumann ).
From 1976 to 1981 he taught composition at the Musikhochschule Hannover, from 1981 to 1999 the Musikhochschule Stuttgart.
In the autumn of 1889, Herbert also joined the faculty of the National Conservatory of Music, where he taught cello and music composition for several years.
In New York City, Eisler taught composition at the New School and wrote experimental chamber and documentary music.
After learning the principles of music in several schools for blind young men across middle America, he taught himself the skills of ear training and composition.
On the other hand, Franck experienced some tensions in his faculty life: he tended to teach composition as much as he did organ performance and improvisation ; he was considered unsystematic in his teaching techniques (" Franck never taught by means of hard and fast rules or dry, ready-made theories "), with an offhand attitude towards the official texts and books approved by the Conservatoire ; and his popularity among some students provoked some jealousy among his fellow professors and some counter-claims of bias on the part of those professors when judging Franck's pupils for the various prizes, including the Prix de Rome.
Benjamin taught composition at the Royal College of Music, London, for sixteen years, where he became the first Prince Consort Professor of Composition before he succeeded Sir Harrison Birtwistle as Henry Purcell Professor of Composition at King's College London in January 2001.
Since 1997 he has taught music theory, history, and composition at Bard College in upstate New York.
He has taught at Mills College and as of 2012 is Professor of Music at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, teaching music composition, music history, and improvisation.
While at UCSD, Reynolds has taught courses on Music Notation, Extended Vocal Techniques, Late Beethoven Works, Text ( in relation to the Red Act Project and Greek Drama ), Collaboration ( co-taught with Steven Schick ), Extending Varese ( also co-taught with Steven Schick ), and the Perils of Large Scale Form ( co-taught with Chinary Ung ), musical analysis, as well as private and group composition lessons.
This composition is rarely taught, and even rarely heard in concerts, owing to a widespread superstition that it leads to a rift between the student and the teacher.
Schnittke completed his graduate work in composition at the Moscow Conservatory in 1961 and taught there from 1962 to 1972.
She learned German, French and English, and was taught music ( including singing, harpsichord, and composition ) by Georg Friedrich Händel.
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( After graduation from the University of Chicago, Paula taught for two years in the normal school at Valley City, North Dakota, then two years at Princeton ( Illinois ) Township High School.
By using instruments of gradually increasing size, the vagina is gently, and with minimum pain at each stage, taught to yield to an object of the appropriate shape.
`` I did not perceive this essential distinction either, First-Born '', Hesperus said at once, `` I was only practicing a concept that Jack taught me, called a deal ''.
Secretary Hart had taught Jack, at least partially, to be content with small beginnings in all diplomatic matters ; ;
He taught French for a year at Eton, where Eric Blair ( later to become George Orwell ) and Stephen Runciman were among his pupils, but was remembered as an incompetent and hopeless teacher who couldn ’ t keep discipline.
Furthermore, each individual speaker has their own style of signing depending on various factors, such as where they went to school, if they were mainstreamed ( see Mainstreaming ( education )), who taught them ASL, at what age they learned ASL, and how active they are in the Deaf Community.
When infants are taught to sign, parents are able to converse with them at a developmental stage when they are not yet capable of producing vocal speech, which requires fine control of both breathing and the vocal tract.
However, there is an interesting contrast between the belief that exposure of signs to a hearing infant will aid them in language development, whereas a deaf infant at times must show the inability to learn an oral language before they are taught sign language.
With de Broglie's suggestion of the existence of electron matter waves in 1924, and for a short time before the full 1926 Schrödinger equation treatment of hydrogen like atom, a Bohr electron " wavelength " could be seen to be a function of its momentum, and thus a Bohr orbiting electron was seen to orbit in a circle at a multiple of its half-wavelength ( this historically incorrect Bohr model is still occasionally taught to students ).
Arians taught that the pre-incarnate Jesus was a divine being created by ( and therefore inferior to ) God the Father at some point, before which the Son did not exist.
The school taught only reading, writing, and spelling and he left this school at the age of 10. At age 13, his uncle, Reverend Tillotson Bronson, invited Alcott into his home in Cheshire, Connecticut to be educated and prepared for college.
Though the only accounts of his lectures seem to show a sort of eccentric style and approach, he was said to have been good friends with many other masters at the school in Paris, and taught there, as well as some time in southern France, into his old age.
Selected to fill the position of lecturer at Cologne, Germany, where the Dominicans had a house, he taught for several years there, at Regensburg, Freiburg, Strasbourg and Hildesheim.
He was the pupil and successor of Gorgias and taught at Athens at the same time as Isocrates, whose rival and opponent he was.
He was a native of Aphrodisias in Caria, and lived and taught in Athens at the beginning of the 3rd century, where he held a position as head of the Peripatetic school.
The mercy that Christ infused into Mosaic Law underlies the injury tariffs that figure so prominently in barbarian law codes, since Christian synods " established, through that mercy which Christ taught, that for almost every misdeed at the first offence secular lords might with their permission receive without sin the monetary compensation, which they then fixed.
He taught philosophy and theology at the University of Paris and enjoyed a great reputation as a subtle dialectician ; his lectures developing the philosophy of Aristotle attracted a large circle of hearers.
He was a pupil of Proclus in Athens, and taught at Alexandria for most of his life, writing commentaries on Plato, Aristotle, and other philosophers.
He taught at the University of Chicago from 1947 to 1958, before spending the remainder of his career at the Institute for Advanced Study.