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Alma and Schindler
** Alma Schindler Mahler Gropius Werfel, Austrian wife of Gustav Mahler, Walter Gropius, and Franz Werfel ( b. 1879 )
* Anna Mahler, sculptress and daughter of Gustav Mahler and Alma Schindler
This last missing element in his life fell into place later in 1901 when he met Alma Schindler.
The tragic, even nihilistic ending of No. 6 has been seen as unexpected, given that the symphony was composed at what was apparently an exceptionally happy time in Mahler's life: he had married Alma Schindler in 1902, and during the course of the work's composition his second daughter was born.
Alma Maria Mahler Gropius Werfel ( born Alma Maria Schindler ; 31 August 1879 – 11 December 1964 ) was a Viennese-born socialite well known in her youth for her beauty and vivacity.
da: Alma Maria Schindler
it: Alma Mahler Schindler
Labor taught many notable musical personalities including Alma Schindler ( who married Gustav Mahler and others ), Paul Wittgenstein and Arnold Schoenberg.
Alma Schindler studied with Labor for 6 years, beginning when she was 14, and her diaries contain numerous references to her esteemed teacher.
* Alma Schindler ( 1879-1964 ), later known as Alma Mahler-Werfel, composer, successively married to Gustav Mahler ( Alma Mahler ), Walter Gropius, and Franz Werfel

Alma and was
My cousin Alma, at whose home I was staying during the convention, introduced me to a group of young people from Rhode Island.
The Violin Concerto was dedicated " to the memory of an Angel ", Manon Gropius, the deceased daughter of architect Walter Gropius and Alma Mahler.
Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff was born in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Evanston to Alma Sophia ( née Welz, a housewife ) and William Kappelhoff ( a music teacher and choir master ).
The song was retitled to " Alma Mater " in the 1980s when its lyrics were changed to refer to women as well as men.
Eisenstein corresponded with Prokofiev from Alma Ata, and was joined by him there in 1942.
Lawrence Alma-Tadema was born as Lourens Alma Tadema on 8 January 1836, in the small village of Dronrijp, in Friesland in the north of the Netherlands.
In the summer of 1912, Alma Tadema was accompanied by his daughter Anna to Kaiserhof Spa, Wiesbaden, Germany where he was to undergo treatment for ulceration of the stomach.
Waits was born at Park Avenue Hospital in Pomona, California, the son of Alma Fern ( née Johnson ) McMurray and Jesse Frank Waits, both schoolteachers.
Its growth was due in part to the establishment of Alma Academia et Universitas Vilnensis Societatis Iesu by King Stefan Bathory in 1579.
The musical heir of Chueca was José Serrano, whose short, one act género chico zarzuelas-notably La canción del olvido, Alma de dios and the much later Los claveles and La dolorosa-form a stylistic bridge to the more musically sophisticated zarzuelas of the 20th Century.
" Alma says she will never return, telling Karen that her fiancé was an Army Air Corps pilot killed in a B-17 during the attack, " he was awarded the Silver Star, they sent it to his mother.
The first decade of the boom was largely concentrated along the South Platte River at the base of the mountains, the canyon of Clear Creek in the mountains west of Golden City, at Breckenridge and in South Park at Como, Fairplay, and Alma.
The University was founded on March 12, 1365 by Rudolf IV, Duke of Austria, and his two brothers, Dukes Albert III and Leopold III, hence the additional name “ Alma Mater Rudolphina ”.
The format was shortened to a half-hour, removed local content, added a laugh track and replaced music videos with live performances from popular Canadian artists at the time, including Trooper, Max Webster, Ian Thomas and disco singer Alma Faye Brooks.
Eastland was born in Doddsville, the son of Woods Caperton Eastland, a cotton planter, and Alma Teresa ( Austin ) Eastland.
Written by Thornton Wilder, Sally Benson, and Alma Reville, the film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Story for Gordon McDonell.
It was followed by a new studio album, Música + Alma + Sexo released on January 31, 2011.
As " First Woman ", according to the script, she played the mother in " The Wolf at the Door ", a woman who insisted Macbeth was a murder mystery, the wife Mr. Preble wanted to get rid of, Miss Alma Winege ( who wanted to ship Thurber 36 copies of Grandma Was a Nudist ), a woman helping to update old poetry, Walter Mitty's wife, and the narrator of " The Little Girl and The Wolf ".
He was reportedly killed by Chiricahua Apaches led by Victorio that year in what became known as the " Alma Massacre ".
Alma White College, which closed in 1978, was a private college located in Zarephath, located in the building now occupied by Somerset Christian College.
In 1871, a party from Cheyenne, Wyoming, led by Thomas Harlan, settled near Alma, which was named after a daughter of one of the settlers.
The Margraviate of Brandenburg's first university was Frankfurt's Alma Mater Viadrina, founded in 1506 by Joachim I Nestor, Elector of Brandenburg.
The part of Nancy was originally written for Alma Cogan, who despite being unable to commit to the production, steered a great many producers to invest in it.

Alma and born
* Alma D. Honeycutt ( born 1923 ), the sister of J. D.
* Kevin Puts, 2012 Pulitzer Prize winner for classical music composition ( born in St. Louis, MO, but grew up in Alma )
After the battle the Manx survivors made a pact that each man would name their first born son Alma as a permanent reminder down the ages.
Each son named Alma was to pass on the tradition to their own first born son and name him Alma, and so on.
James Solomon McDonald ( later Solomon McDonald Vincent Burke ) was born on the upper floor of the home of his maternal grandmother, Eleanor Alma " Mother " Moore ( born about 1900 in Florence, South Carolina ; died 19 December 1954 in Philadelphia ) in a row house at 3036 Mt Vernon Street, West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Burke's second wife was Delores Clark Burke Perkins ( born 1937 ), with whom he had 7 children, including Eleanor Alma ( born December 27, 1958 ), Melanie ( born March 1960 ), Solomon Vincent, Jr. ( born October 15, 1961 ), Carolyn ( born September 1962 ), John Fitzgerald Kennedy ( JFK ), Gemini ( born September 1, 1964 ), and Lillian ( born August 1966 ).
Krebs was born in Hildesheim, Germany, to Georg Krebs, an ear, nose, and throat surgeon, and Alma Davidson.
They have three daughters, Mary Alma Stone ( born 1953 ), Teresa " Tere " Carrubba ( born 1954 ), and Kathleen " Katie " Fiala ( born 1959 ), and currently live in Solvang, California.

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