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Mannheim (disambiguation)

Mannheim is a city in Germany. Mannheim or Manheim may also refer to: Places Manheim, New York, U.S., a town Manheim, Pennsylvania, U.S., a borough Manheim, Germany, a subdivision of the town of Kerpen, in the Rhein-Erft-Kreis district. Manheim, ...

Sentient (disambiguation)

Sentience is the ability to perceive subjectively. Sentient may also refer to: The Sentients, a faction in the online game Warframe, described as a race of terraforming machines from the Tau system Sentient video game, a videogame developed by Ps ...

Clarinet Quintet (disambiguation)

A clarinet quintet is a chamber ensemble made up of a clarinet and four other instruments, usually a string quartet, or a piece of music written for such an ensemble. Clarinet quintet or Quintet for clarinet and strings may also refer to: Clarine ...

Thomas Griffiths

Thomas, Tom or Tommy Griffiths may refer to: Thomas Griffiths footballer, born 1906 1906–1981, Welsh footballer Thomas Griffiths general 1865–1947, Australian Army colonel and temporary Brigadier General in World War I Thomas Griffiths politician ...

James Carroll

James or Jim Carroll may refer to: James Carroll New Zealand politician 1857–1926, New Zealand politician James Carroll Maryland politician 1791–1873, American James Carroll cricketer 1843–1926, English cricketer James Carroll Louth politician bo ...

Army Music Command

The Army Music Command) is an organization under the direct authority of the Chief of Staff of the French Army. It is based in Satory. It consists of a headquarters, 5 wind bands, a brass band and a string ensemble - the only one in the Armed For ...

G. Anderson

G. Anderson may refer to: Galusha Anderson 1832–1918, American theologian Gary Anderson motorsport born 1951, former Formula One racing car designer George Anderson disambiguation, various people George Frederick Anderson 1793–1876, British music ...

Hesperus (disambiguation)

Hesperus, Colorado, an unincorporated community in Colorado Mount Hesperus Alaska, a mountain in the Revelation Mountains of Alaska Hesperus Ski Area, a ski area near Hesperus, Colorado Hesperus Mountain Colorado, a mountain in the San Juan Mount ...

Nathan Johnson

Nathan Johnson may refer to: Nathan M. Johnson born 1968, Democratic member of the Texas Senate, lawyer, and Dragon Ball Z dub composer Nathan Johnson canoeist born 1976, American Olympic canoer Nathan Johnson musician born 1976, film composer, s ...

Radius (disambiguation)

Alexandra Radius born 1942, Dutch ballerina Radius Prawiro 1928–2005, Indonesian economist and politician Justus Radius 1797–1884, German pathologist and ophthalmologist

Michael Reynolds

Michael J. Reynolds 1939–2018, Canadian feature film actor Michael Reynolds, British actor in one episode of BBCs David Copperfield 1966 and The First Churchills #Cast 1969 Mike Reynolds actor born 1928, American writer and performer, primarily i ...

Dalrymple

Dalrymple may refer to: HMS Dalrymple K427, frigate of the British Royal Navy Dalrymple baronets, a number of baronetcies created for people with the surname Dalrymple Dalrymple name, a surname and given name of Scottish origin Dalrymples sign, a ...

Harpers Ferry (disambiguation)

Harpers Ferry is the name of several places in the United States of America: Harpers Ferry Armory, second federal armory construction begun 1799 and site of John Browns slave revolt of 1859 John Browns raid on Harpers Ferry 1859 Harpers Ferry, We ...

Charles Thomson (disambiguation)

Charles Thomson was secretary of the Continental Congress. Charles Thomson or Charlie Thomson may also refer to: Charles Thomson footballer, born 1878 1878–1936, full name Charles Bellany Thomson, Scottish footballer who played for Heart of Midlo ...

Eroica

The Eroica Trio, an American chamber music ensemble The Eroica Variations, by Ludwig van Beethoven The Internet Symphony No. 1 - Eroica, by Tan Dun for the YouTube Symphony Orchestra Eroica album, an album by Wendy & Lisa Eroica Classical Recordi ...

James Holden

James Holden mechanical engineer fl. 1802, British mechanical engineer, see William Cockerill James Holden locomotive engineer 1837–1925, British locomotive engineer

John Horner

John Horner may refer to: John R. Horner born 1946, American paleontologist Sir John Francis Fortescue Horner, KCVO 1842–1927, British barrister John Horner British politician 1911–1997, British firefighter, trade unionist and politician John M. ...

Warren Thompson

Warren Thompson is the name of: Warren Thompson 1887–1973, demographer, see demographic transition Warren Thompson, the main character of Warren Warren E. Thompson, author of military history Warren T. Thompson, American photographer Warren Thomp ...

Edward Collins

Edward Collins may refer to: Edward Collins Australian politician 1866–1936, New South Wales politician Edward Joseph Collins 1886–1951, American pianist, conductor and composer of romantic classical music Edward Collins Wisconsin politician, ser ...

John Barnett (disambiguation)

John Barnett was an English composer. John Barnett may also refer to: John Barnett rugby 1880–1918, Australian rugby union and rugby league player John Francis Barnett 1837–1916, English music composer and teacher John Maughan Barnett 1867–1938, ...

Piano Quintet (Hummel)

The Piano Quintet in E-flat minor, Op.87, is a composition by the Austrian composer Johann Nepomuk Hummel. Composed in 1802, it was not published until around 1822 and might have served as an example cited by Sylvester Paumgartner who commissione ...

The Forest Minstrel

The Forest Minstrel is an anthology of 83 songs, assembled by James Hogg, divided into four sections: Pathetic Songs, Love Songs, Humorous Songs, and National Songs. Hogg himself is the author of 56 items. There are also 15 by Thomas Mounsey Cunn ...

Charles Faulkner

Charles Faulkner may refer to: Charles J. Faulkner 1806–1884, American politician Charles Faulkner professor, American archaeologist and anthropologist Charles James Faulkner 1847–1929, American politician, son of the above Charles Faulkner autho ...

John Waterhouse

John Waterhouse may refer to: John Waterhouse astronomer 1806–1879, of Halifax, inventor in 1858 of photographic equipment known as "Waterhouse stops" John William Waterhouse 1849–1917, British Pre-Raphaelite painter John Waterhouse violinist 187 ...

Warsaw (disambiguation)

Warsaw, California Warsaw, Alabama Warsaw, Georgia Warsaw, Illinois Warsaw Township, Hancock County, Illinois Warsaw Township, Rice County, Minnesota Warsaw, Indiana Warsaw, Kentucky Warsaw Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota Warsaw, Minnesota Wa ...

William Hutchins Callcott

Callcott, born in Kensington in 1807, was a younger son of the musician John Wall Callcott, and nephew of the painter Augustus Wall Callcott. As a child he received some instruction from his father, and later continued his studies under his broth ...

Catch Me If You Can (disambiguation)

Catch Me If You Can is a 2002 film directed by Steven Spielberg. Catch Me If You Can may also refer to: Catch Me If You Can book, by Frank Abagnale, the basis of the 2002 film

Cheyyur Chengalvaraya Sastri

Cheyyur Chengalvaraya Sastri was a carnatic music composer that lived in the 19th century. Chengalvaraya Sastri was born in 1810 in Perumpedu village in Chengalpattu district of Tamil Nadu, India. His original family name was Marpeddi. He was pro ...

James Humphrey

James Humphrey may refer to: James Ellis Humphrey 1861–1897, American botanist and mycologist James Brown Humphrey 1859–1937, musician, bandleader, and music instructor in New Orleans, Louisiana James Humphrey New York politician 1811–1866, U.S. ...

Michael Hebenstreit

Almost nothing has been handed down about Hebenstreits life, only a few scores have survived. He was a successor to Adolf Muller senior as Kapellmeister as well as in the field of stage music and often worked together with Johann Nestroy. His pla ...

Robert Woods

Robert S. Woods born 1948, American actor Robert Woods actor born 1936, American actor in European films Robert Woods producer, classical music producer

Madan Mohan (disambiguation)

Madan Mohan is a form of the god Krishna in Hinduism. Madan Mohan may also refer to: Madan Mohan Tarkalankar 1817–1858, Bengali poet and scholar Madan Mohan Mishra 1931–2013, Nepalese author Madan Mohan Punchhi 1933–2015, Chief Justice of India M ...

Ebey

Margaret Louis Ebey born 1935, known professionally as Margie Singleton, an American country music singer and songwriter Isaac N. Ebey 1818–1857, the first permanent white resident of Whidbey Island, Washington

Arthur Marshall

Arthur Marshall rugby union 1855–1909, Scotland international rugby union player Arthur Marshall footballer 1881–?, English footballer Arthur Marshall American football born 1969, former American football wide receiver

James Casey

James Casey may refer to: James E. Casey 1888–1983, American businessman James Casey American football born 1984, American football fullback Jim Casey footballer born 1957, Scottish football player James Casey variety artist 1922–2011, English va ...

Musette

Suona, a type of Chinese shawm oboe Musette bressane, a type of bagpipe native to Bresse, France Musette tablature Bal-musette, a style of French popular music and dance which began in the 19th century, often associated with the accordion Oboe mu ...

Russell Smith

Russ Smith running back 1944–2001, American football player Russ Smith basketball born 1991, American basketball player Russell Smith referee, rugby league referee Russ Smith guard 1893–1958, American football player Russell Smith canoeist, Briti ...

Peter Anderson

Peter Anderson New Zealand cricketer 1950–2012, New Zealand cricketer Peter Anderson American football born 1963, American football player Peter Anderson cricketer, born 1961, Australian cricketer Peter Anderson cricketer, born 1933, Australian c ...

Scalar

Scalar may refer to: Lorentz scalar, a quantity in the theory of relativity which is invariant under a Lorentz transformation Pseudoscalar, a quantity representable by a mathematical scalar that reacts sensitively to transformations changing the ...

Birge

L. Birge Harrison born 1854, American genre and landscape painter John Birges born 1922, Mastermind of Harveys Resort Hotel bombing Raymond Thayer Birge born 1887, American physicist June Bingham Birge born 1919, American author and playwright He ...

A Midsummer Nights Dream (disambiguation)

A Midsummer Nights Dream 1968 film, shown in cinemas in Europe and on television in the U.S. A Midsummer Nights Dream 1959 film, a Czechoslovakian puppet version, with English narration by Richard Burton A Midsummer Nights Dream 1935 film A Midsu ...

William Mack

William or Bill Mack may refer to: William B. Mack 1872–1955, American stage and film actor Bill Mack sculptor born 1944, American sculptor and painter Red Mack born 1937, American football player Bill Mack baseball 1885–1971, pitcher in Major Le ...

Josh Thompson

Josh Thompson may refer to: Josh Thompson American football born 1985, professional American football player Josh Thompson athlete born 1993, American professional runner Josh Robert Thompson born 1975, American actor, impressionist and comedian ...

Metamora

Metamora may refer to: Metamora, Michigan Metamora; or, The Last of the Wampanoags, 1829 play by John Augustus Stone Metamora, Illinois Metamora Township, Franklin County, Indiana Metamora, Indiana Metamora band, an American folk/Celtic music gro ...

David Wills

David Wills may refer to: David Wills writer born 1953, professor of French and translator; author of Prosthesis Dave Wills sportscaster born 1964, current radio voice of the Tampa Bay Rays David Wills singer born 1951, American country music sin ...

Richard Campbell

Richard Campbell may refer to: Richard Vary Campbell 1840–1901, Scottish advocate and author of legal books Richard Campbell priest, Dean of Clonmacnoise Richard Campbell classical musician 1956–2011, cellist and viol player from the United Kingd ...

Joseph Gould (1833 – 1913)

Gould moved with his family to Montreal as a teenager in 1848. About 1864, in association with Freedom Hill, he took over a former piano and music business to create the firm of Gould & Hill, and afterwards maintained an organ and piano warehouse ...

Davey

Edward Davey Dunkle 1872–1941, American Major League Baseball pitcher Davey given name Davey Havok born 1975, stage name of David Marchand, lead vocalist of the rock band AFI Davey surname

Donald Shaw

Donald Shaw may refer to: Donald Shaw rower born 1939, British Olympic rower Donald Lewis Shaw born 1936, American social scientist and co-founder of agenda-setting theory Don Shaw baseball born 1944, American baseball player Donald Shaw musician ...

Eduard Birnbaum

Birnbaum was born 1855-03-12 March 12, 1855 in Krakow. He studied synagogal music for three years in Vienna with Salomon Sulzer. In 1872 he was appointed deputy cantor of the community of Magdeburg. Two years later he became the chief cantor in B ...