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The leading figure of the double bass in the early 20th century was Serge Koussevitzky, best known as conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, who popularized the double bass in modern times as a solo instrument.
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The complexities of Venetian politics eluded him, but the story of the revolution itself is told in restrained measures, with no superfluous passages and only an occasional overemphasis of the part played by its leading figure.
Andy Warhol ( August 6, 1928 – February 22, 1987 ) was an American artist who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art.
His denunciation of the royal dynasty of Israel, and his emphatic insistence on the worship of Yahweh and Yahweh alone, illustrated by the contest between Yahweh and Baal on Mount Carmel, as told in 1 Kings 18, form the keynote to a period which culminated in the accession of Jehu, an event in which Elijah's chosen disciple Elisha was the leading figure.
At the invitation of Charlemagne, he became a leading scholar and teacher at the Carolingian court, where he remained a figure in the 780s and 790s.
She expressed reservations over the eventual winner David Cameron, feeling that he did not, like the other candidates, have a proven track record, and she was later a leading figure in parliamentary opposition to his A-List policy, which she has said is " an insult to women ".
Not long after, Bosschaert had married and established himself as a leading figure in the fashionable floral painting genre.
Aquino, a former Senator and a leading figure of the political opposition, was assassinated in 1983 at the Manila International Airport ( now the Ninoy Aquino International Airport ) upon returning home from exile.
His political philosophy was largely shaped by his father Keshav Sitaram Thackeray, a leading figure in the Samyukta Maharashtra movement ( United Maharashtra movement ), which advocated the creation of a separate linguistic state of Maharashtra.
Although he was a major figure in the protectionist wing of the Conservative Party after 1844, Disraeli's relations with the other leading figures in the party, particularly Lord Derby, the overall leader, were often strained.
Columba is credited as being a leading figure in the revitalization of monasticism, and " His achievements illustrated the importance of the Celtic church in bringing a revival of Christianity to Western Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire.
Kaplan had been a leading figure at JTS for 54 years, and had pressed for liturgical reform and innovations in ritual practice from inside of the framework of Conservative Judaism.
Mordecai Waxman, a leading figure in the Rabbinical Assembly, writes that " Reform has asserted the right of interpretation but it rejected the authority of legal tradition.
Preobrazhensky ( pictured ) was a leading figure of the Central Committee in the 1920s, but was killed during the Purge
When Stalin died on 5 March 1953, Georgy Malenkov, a Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers succeeded him as Chairman and as the de facto leading figure of the Presidium ( the renamed Politburo ).
Khrushchev was able to consolidate his powers within the party machine after Malenkov's resignation, but Malenkov remained the de facto leading figure of the Party.
The College also offers 26 club and intramural sports such as rugby, water polo, figure skating, boxing, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, and cricket, leading to a 75 % participation rate in athletics among the undergraduate student body.
During his period in Canada Sapir came into his own as the leading figure in linguistics in America.
He was given the title El Cid ( The Master ) and served as a leading figure in a vibrant Moorish force consisting of Muladis, Berbers, Arabs and Malians.
Moderate Catholics felt that he had been a leading figure in attempts to reform the Church, while Protestants recognized his initial support for Luther's ideas and the groundwork he laid for the future Reformation.
Cecil B. DeMille was a leading figure in the increased use of the Insert, and by 1918 he had reached the point of including about 9 Inserts in every 100 shots in The Whispering Chorus.
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The debates among these groups resulted in numerous synods, among them the Council of Sardica in 343, the Council of Sirmium in 358 and the double Council of Rimini and Seleucia in 359, and no fewer than fourteen further creed formulas between 340 and 360, leading the pagan observer Ammianus Marcellinus to comment sarcastically: " The highways were covered with galloping bishops.
Two batters later, and to the horror of the packed stadium, Cubs shortstop Alex Gonzalez misplayed an inning ending double play, loading the bases and leading to eight Florida runs and a Marlin victory.
In de facto residence definitions this would not be a problem but in de jure definitions individuals risk being recorded on more than one form leading to double counting.
This has been subjected to a double rhyme, starting with the original rough synonym " arse ", which was rhymed with " bottle and glass ", leading to " bottle ".
The leading double bassists from the mid-to-late 18th century, such as Josef Kämpfer, Friedrich Pischelberger, and Johannes Mathias Sperger employed the " Viennese " tuning.
From the 1960s through the end of the century Gary Karr was the leading proponent of the double bass as a solo instrument and was active in commissioning or having hundreds of new works and concerti written especially for him.
American concert and stage performers will often fail to " breathe " and / or " voice " between the two fricatives, leading audiences familiar with British slang to hear " Don't you love arse ?," misinterpreting the lyric or at the least perceiving an unintended double entendre.
The bow has a ground floor double staircase leading to a Ionic colonnaded loggia ( with the Truman Balcony at second-floor level ), known as the south portico.
Since that time, however, China ( Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong ) has been the leading issuer, raising $ 73 billion ( almost double the amount of money raised on the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ combined ) up to the end of November 2011.
Later on, double carbs and more extensive modification would be allowed, leading to the more powerful Super Vee class featuring wings for downforce and engines, which in the end had fairly little in common with the original VW Bug.
The Rangers won game seven 2 – 1, when Stephane Matteau scored a goal in double overtime, leading the team to the finals for the first time since.
Critic J. Dover Wilson notes that Richard's double nature as man and martyr is the dilemma that runs through the play eventually leading to Richard's death.
Pentheus begins to see double, perceiving two Thebes and two bulls ( Dionysus often took the form of a bull ) leading him.
As Ulala is riding out of the large tubing leading outside and pulling double duty in saving the Morolians, Jaguar comes over the comlink between Ulala and Fuse, saying that he " found where the brainwash signal's coming from " then add the frequency " is the same as Channel 5's.
The ka was often represented in Egyptian iconography as a second image of the king, leading earlier works to attempt to translate ka as double.
Cameron Airpark Estate's wide streets double as taxiways leading from the residences to the adjacent airport.
* The " Horseshoe " on Shippen Street, a cobbled double hairpin street leading to Hackensack Plank Road and Shippen Street Steps, at the bottom of which is located Weehawken's original town hall, and is the site of a planned historical museum.
Yet the cost was high: the allied casualty figures were approximately double that of the enemy ( sources vary ), leading Marlborough to admit – " The French have defended themselves better in this action than in any battle I've seen.
St. Thomas Aquinas, the leading theologian of the Catholic Church, argued that the charging of interest is wrong because it amounts to " double charging ", charging for both the thing and the use of the thing.
The enlarged priory had twin towers at the west end flanking a large double doorway above which was a central rose window ; piped water was provided using lead pipes leading from the cloister, under the church and out to buildings or standpipes to the north or west of the priory.
The job proved boring to Balsamo and he soon started leading a double life, selling magical " Egyptian " amulets and engravings pasted on boards and painted over to look like paintings.