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He wrote numerous platinum-selling classics, including " Up, Up and Away ", " By the Time I Get to Phoenix ", " Wichita Lineman ", " Galveston ", " The Worst That Could Happen ", " All I Know ", and " MacArthur Park ".
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He both performed comic characters ( Flash Bazbo — Space Explorer, Mr. Rogers, music critic Roger de Swans, and sleazy record company rep Ron Fields ) and also wrote, arranged and performed numerous musical parodies ( of Bob Dylan, James Taylor and others ).
Runyon frequently contributed sports poems to the American on boxing and baseball themes, and also wrote numerous short stories and essays.
Marx and Engels interchanged numerous letters on war and military science and Engels wrote about several military topics.
Howard Christie wrote that The Italians started numerous and diverse businesses in Tripolitania and Cirenaica.
Cesare Pugni wrote extensively for the harp as well — his ballet Éoline, ou La Dryade included music written for harp to accompany the ballerina's numerous variations and enhance the atmosphere of the ballet's many fantastical scenes.
He wrote, " There exist in the West numerous subdivisions of the schools which have different origins, but there are only four principal schools of continuous tradition.
Composers who wrote solo harpsichord music were numerous during the whole Baroque era in European countries including Italy, Germany, England and France.
In The Origin of Species, he wrote, " If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed, which could not possibly have been formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down.
While in Rome during the winter of 1820-21, Severn wrote numerous letters about Keats to their mutual friends in England, in particular William Haslam and Charles Armitage Brown, who then shared them with other members of the Keats circle, including the poet's fiancée, Fanny Brawne.
He wrote numerous histories under the pseudonyms of Abeleus, Philipp Arlanibäus, Johann Ludwig Gottfried and Gotofredus.
In 1844 Marx wrote The Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts, a work which covered numerous topics, and went into detail to explain Marx's concept of alienated labour.
He wrote numerous books, some of which, such as King Solomon's Ring, On Aggression and Man Meets Dog became popular reading.
In Burma, a royal library called the Pitaka Taik was legendarily founded by King Anawrahta ; in the 18th century, British envoy Michael Symes, upon visiting this library, wrote that " it is not improbable that his Birman majesty may possess a more numerous library than any potentate, from the banks of the Danube to the borders of China ".
He wrote thirteen novel sequels, nine other fantasy novels, and a host of other works ( 55 novels in total, plus four " lost " novels, 83 short stories, over 200 poems, an unknown number of scripts, and many miscellaneous writings ), and made numerous attempts to bring his works to the stage and screen.
Tertullian ( c. 160 – c. 225 ), who wrote in Latin, also understood (" I will ascend above the tops of the clouds ; I will make myself like the Most High ") as spoken by the Devil, but " Lucifer " is not among the numerous names and phrases he used to describe the Devil.
A prolific writer, Remey wrote numerous published and personal articles promoting the Bahá ' í Faith, including ` Abdu ' l-Bahá – The Center of the Covenant and the five volume A Comprehensive History of the Bahá ' í Movement ( 1927 ), The Bahá ' í Revelation and Reconstruction ( 1919 ), Constructive Principles of The Bahá ' í Movement ( 1917 ), and The Bahá ' í Movement: A Series of Nineteen Papers ( 1912 ) are a few of the titles of the many works Remey produced while ` Abdu ' l-Bahá was still alive.
While on Sado, he won many devoted converts and wrote two of his most important doctrinal treatises, the Kaimoku Shō ( 開目抄: " On the Opening of the Eyes " ) and the Kanjin no Honzon Shō ( 観心本尊抄: " The Object of Devotion for Observing the Mind ") as well as numerous letters and minor treatises whose content containing critical components of his teaching.
The poetess Elizabeth Jane Weston, a writer of neo-Latin poetry, was also part of his court and wrote numerous odes to him.
During this time he also collaborated in complete editions of the works of Arthur Schopenhauer and the writer Jean Paul and wrote numerous articles for various journals.
His The Naval War of 1812 ( 1882 ) established his professional reputation as a serious historian ; he wrote numerous books on hunting, the outdoors, and current political issues, as well as frontier history.
Known as The Laurence Olivier Archive, the collection includes many of Vivien Leigh's personal papers, including numerous letters she wrote to Olivier.
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One of the most important American theatre composers of the early 20th century, he wrote more than 700 songs, used in over 100 stage works, including such classics as " Ol ' Man River ", " Can't Help Lovin ' Dat Man ", " A Fine Romance ", " Smoke Gets in Your Eyes ", " All the Things You Are ", " The Way You Look Tonight ", " Long Ago ( and Far Away )" and " Who ?".
In a 2002 story for the Chicago Daily Record, Mark Guarino, the newspaper's music critic, wrote that "' Forever Changes ' is a touchstone for serious pop fanatics ..." He added that, "... the band's first three albums were since rediscovered as visionary classics, all three culminating in ' Forever Changes ' ( Elektra ), the band's 1967 masterpiece of ornate pop.
Professor of classics at Auckland University, E. M. Blaiklock, wrote: " For accuracy of detail, and for evocation of atmosphere, Luke stands, in fact, with Thucydides.
He wrote the screenplays for most of the 37 feature films he directed, many of which are today considered classics: The Maltese Falcon ( 1941 ), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre ( 1948 ), Key Largo ( 1948 ), The Asphalt Jungle ( 1950 ), The African Queen ( 1951 ), Moulin Rouge ( 1952 ), The Misfits ( 1961 ), and The Man Who Would Be King ( 1975 ).
After attending Hutchesons ' Grammar School, Buchan was awarded a scholarship to the University of Glasgow at age 17, where he studied classics, wrote poetry, and became a published author.
In a 1988 study of the LSO in Gramophone magazine James Jolly wrote that Abbado was in many ways the antithesis of Previn in terms of style and repertoire, bringing to the orchestra a particular authority in the Austro-German classics as well as a commitment to the avante-garde.
La Borderie replied in L ' Amie de cour with a description of a very much more human woman, and Charles Fontaine contributed a Contr ' amye de court to the dispute, Héroet, in addition to some translations from the classics, wrote the Complainte d ' une dame nouvellement surprise d ' amour, an Epistre a François Ier, and some pieces included in the now very rare Opuscules d ' amour par Héroet, La Borderie et autres divins poetes ( Lyons, 1547 ).
Mahan plunged into the library and wrote lectures that drew heavily on standard classics and the ideas of work of Henri Jomini.
He wrote a series of articles for the Encyclopédie evincing considerable critical power and insight, which in their collected form, under the title Eléments de Littérature, still rank among the French classics.
Steve Huey, for example, wrote for Allmusic that " Sabbath's slowed-down, murky guitar rock bludgeons the listener in an almost hallucinatory fashion, reveling in its own dazed, druggy state of consciousness ", commenting that the album featured " plenty of metal classics ".
Piston wrote four books on the technical aspects of music theory which are considered to be classics in their respective fields: Principles of Harmonic Analysis, Counterpoint, Orchestration and Harmony.
During this time he wrote the famous classics " Song of Righteousness " ( Zhengqige ), and " Passing Lingdingyang ".
Janet Maslin said Body Heat was " skillfully, though slavishly, derived " from 1940's film noir classics ; Maslin wrote " Mr. Hurt does a wonderful job of bringing Ned to life " but was not impressed by Miss Turner:
GameSpot's Greg Kasavin wrote that Torchic " fit in well with the tried-and-true classics like Pikachu, Psyduck, and Koffing ".
The versatile D. Francisco Manuel de Mello, in addition to his sonnets on moral subjects, wrote pleasing imitations of popular romances, but is at his best in a reasoned but vehement " Memorial to John IV ", in the witty " Apologos Dialogaes ", and in the homely philosophy of the " Carta de Guia de Casados, prose classics.
Born in Los Angeles to Eleanor and Richard Whiting, she was the daughter of Richard A. Whiting, the composer who wrote classics such as " Hooray for Hollywood " and " Till We Meet Again ".
Composer Leroy Anderson, who penned such classics as " Sleigh Ride " and " Blue Tango ", wrote a piece entitled " Governor Bradford March " that was premiered on July 6, 1948 at a concert by the Boston Pops Orchestra under the direction of Arthur Fiedler.
Among the many books that he wrote, at least three are regarded as Christian classics: The School of Christ, The Centrality and Supremacy of the Lord Jesus Christ and We Beheld His Glory.