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Such buildings were used to host civic town functions – including dancing, music listening, and gambling.
Such references in their music and image were originally tongue-in-cheek, but as time went on, bands and members of the subculture took the connection more seriously.
Such views were influenced by an account of Telemann's music by Christoph Daniel Ebeling, a late-18th-century critic who in fact praised Telemann's music and only made passing critical remarks of his productivity.
Such composers as Tomás Luis de Victoria, Luis de Milán and Alonso Lobo helped to shape Renaissance music and the styles of counterpoint and polychoral music, and their influence lasted far into the Baroque period.
Such a statement on her part, however, worked to her advantage because it made her statements that all of her writings and music came from visions of the Divine more believable, therefore giving Hildegard the authority to speak in a time and place where few women were permitted a voice.
Such musical publishing enterprises, however, were rare: " In nineteenth-century Oxford the idea that music might in any sense be educational would not have been entertained ", and few of the Delegates or former Publishers were themselves musical or had extensive music backgrounds.
Such a definition arbitrarily excludes disciplines other than history, cultures other than Western, and forms of music other than " classical " (" art ", " serious ", " high culture ") or notated (" artificial ")-implying that the omitted disciplines, cultures, and musical styles / genres are somehow inferior.
Such music often seemed far removed from the preceding jazz tradition, even though it almost always preserved one or more central elements of that tradition while abandoning others.
Such country music legends as Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Roy Acuff, the Carter family, Bill Monroe, Ernest Tubb, Kitty Wells and Minnie Pearl became regulars on the Opry's stage ( although Williams was banned in 1952 due to frequent drunkenness ).
Such diversity was largely unprecedented in global pop music in 1968, and the album ’ s sprawling approach provoked ( and continues to provoke ) both praise and criticism from observers.
Such " key-color " was an essential part of much 18th-and 19th-century music and was described in treatises of the period.
Such websites had a profound effect on the viewing of music videos ; some artists began to see success as a result of videos seen mostly or entirely online.
Such taiko music is played by large drum ensembles called kumi-daiko.
Such forms range from interactive dance, music, and even drama.
Such passages, says the music historian Donald Jay Grout, " reveal Handel the dramatist, the unerring master of dramatic effect ".
Such honky tonk music was an important influence on the formation of the boogie-woogie piano style, as indicated by Jelly Roll Morton's 1938 record " Honky Tonk Music " and Meade Lux Lewis's big hit " Honky Tonk Train Blues.
Such sources could include: absorbing a native language spoken in a different dialects or countries, a language other than their own and fictional language from books, music, films and videogames.
Such establishments were distinguished from theatres by the fact that in a music hall you would be seated at a table in the auditorium and could drink alcohol and smoke tobacco whilst watching the show.
Such has been the success of music abroad that clubs specializing in Swedish music have sprung up in major cities like Berlin, Barcelona and London.
Such bars often feature entertainment, which may be a live band or a disc jockey playing recorded music.

Such and existed
Such a polity has not existed since the early Islamic city-states and universal imperial period beginnings.
Such an algorithm contradicts fundamental laws of mathematics because, if it existed, it could be applied repeatedly to losslessly reduce any file to length 0.
Such changes ended the Tutsi monarchy, which had existed for centuries.
Joseph Fitzmyer noted the following regarding the findings at Qumran Cave Four in particular ; " Such ancient recensional forms of Old Testament books bear witness to an unsuspected textual diversity that once existed ; these texts merit far greater study and attention than they have been accorded till now.
Such ships possibly existed in ancient times.
Such theatres had previously existed in colleges but not in professional spaces for almost two millennia.
Such a law has existed for more than fifteen years in California.
Such tariffs had previously existed in Britain, but had been abolished in the 1870s because of the free trade movement.
Such bellows existed in China at least since the 5th century BCE, when it was invented, and had reached Europe by the 16th century.
Such structures existed in the AEEU.
Such experience would never have existed at all, if at the proper time, those institutions had been established in accordance with ideas.
Such boroughs existed for centuries.
Such rent was recoverable under the Rules as they existed at the time unless there was some evidence of impropriety.
Such schools are eligible for federal funding under Title III of the Higher Education Act of 1965. Until 2007, no federal legislation existed concerning Asian American and Pacific Islander ( AAPI ) Serving Institutions.
Such multiple-element converters are more common in industrial environments than in automotive transmissions, but automotive applications such as Buick's Triple Turbine Dynaflow and Chevrolet's Turboglide also existed.
Such commuter trains as existed were ageing slam-door stock on unreliable old locomotives ( the better stock was for intercity use ).
Such a system existed as early as 1164, when Henry II withheld a personal summons to Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, after engaging with him in a conflict with over the rights of the Church, instead subjecting him to a summons through a sheriff.
Such a language would have existed on the other side of the Adriatic ( Illyria ) in the Neolithic.
Such problems existed as well in World War II, during which two independent lines of command flowed from the President, one through the Secretary of the Navy to naval forces, and the other through the Secretary of War to land and air forces.
Such systems existed before Miller's paper, but there was no convenient term to describe the general strategy, nor was there substantive and reliable research.
Such hotlines have existed in most major cities of the United States at least since the mid-1970s.
Such paths existed from the earliest prehistoric times and in every inhabited part of the world.
Such areas existed along the divided city of Jerusalem, and the fort of Latrun until 1967 Six Day War.
Such was the goodwill that existed in London during the late ' 60's that a painter from Australia could meet a great musician from England and informally give him some lyrics which would become a song, a friendship, a career with Tiny Tim, and a record cover.

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