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  • 1Burl Ives Presents America's Musical Heritage — Infobox Album Name = Burl Ives Presents America s Musical Heritage Type = studio Longtype = Album Set Artist = Burl Ives Released = 1963 Recorded = Genre = Folk Length = Label = Longines Symphonette Recording Society Producer = Reviews = Last… …

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  • 2heritage */*/ — UK [ˈherɪtɪdʒ] / US noun [countable/uncountable, usually singular] Word forms heritage : singular heritage plural heritages the art, buildings, traditions, and beliefs that a society considers important to its history and culture Ireland s rich… …

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  • 3heritage — her|i|tage [ herıtıdʒ ] noun count or uncount usually singular ** the art, buildings, traditions, and beliefs that a society considers important to its history and culture: Ireland s rich musical heritage a need for African Americans to preserve… …

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  • 4Society of California Pioneers — The Society of California Pioneers and its members are listed in the Annals of San Francisco of 1855. The key stipulation seems to be that they arrived in California prior to December 31, 1849. Since this was a membership organization, it lists… …

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  • 5musical — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ hit, popular, successful ▪ classic, modern ▪ film (esp. BrE), movie (esp. AmE), stage …

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  • 6St. Cecilia Society — The St. Cecilia Society of Charleston, South Carolina, named for the traditional patron saint of music, was formed in 1766 as a private subscription concert organization. Over the next fifty four years, its annual concert series formed the most… …

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  • 7Maryland Historical Society — Abbreviation MHS Formation 1844 Purpose/focus Education and historical preservation Location 201 W. Monument Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201 4674 Unite …

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  • 8Polka in Modern Society — Originating in Bohemia in the 1830s, polka music has been a part of American society since people began immigrating from Eastern Europe. This dance music in 2/4 time is often associated with the pre World War II era but is still a dynamic form of …

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  • 9Oratorio Society of New York — The Oratorio Society of New York is a non profit membership organization which performs choral music in the oratorio style. The Society was founded in 1873 by conductor Leopold Damrosch, and it is New York City s second oldest cultural… …

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  • 10Romani society and culture — The culture of the Romani people is rich and various because of unique properties of Romani history. In spite of the large variety in Romani culture, all the Romani peoples have similar value system and world perception. Indian heritage… …

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  • 11Persianate society — Articleissues citationstyle = October 2008 jargon = October 2008 long = October 2008 OR = October 2008 weasel = October 2008A Persianate society (PerB|جوامع پارسی زبان Djāma ye Pārsīzabān ) is a society that is either based on, or strongly… …

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  • 12Peniel Missionary Society — The Peniel Mission was an interdenominational holiness missionary organisation that was started in Los Angeles, California in 1895 by Theodore Pollock Ferguson (1853 1920) and Manie Payne Ferguson (1850 1932) as an outgrowth of their Peniel… …

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  • 13The Film Music Society — The Film Music Society, Inc. (formerly the Society for the Preservation of Film Music, Inc.) is a non profit educational organization based in Los Angeles. It was founded in 1983 by film historian musicologist, William H. Rosar, the year that the …

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  • 14Gretna Heritage Festival — is a culture festival in Gretna, Louisiana. The festival offers food, arts crafts, rides games, and music.The festival started in 1994 as a small community event. It has since grown to one of the largest festivals in Jefferson Parish and is also… …

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  • 16Pierre Labric — (born 1921 in Rouen) is a French organist, pedagogue and composer. Pierre Labric studied at the Paris Conservatory with Marcel Dupré and Maurice Duruflé. Later, he studied organ with Jeanne Demessieux, whose complete organ works he recorded on LP …

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  • 17Labric — Pierre Labric (* 1921 in Rouen) ist ein französischer Organist, Komponist und Musikpädagoge. Pierre Labric studierte am Pariser Conservatoire bei Marcel Dupré und Maurice Duruflé sowie, privat, bei Jeanne Demessieux, deren sämtliche Orgelwerke er …

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  • 18Marc Regnier — Background information Born Florida, USA Genres Classical …

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  • 19Martin Berkofsky — (born 1943, Washington, D.C.) is an American classical pianist known primarily for his interpretations of music by Franz Liszt and Alan Hovhaness. He has performed extensively throughout Europe as well as in Turkey and Armenia. Of Belarussian… …

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  • 20Eliot Fisk — (born August 10, 1958 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American classical guitarist.BiographyFisk was the last direct pupil of Andrés Segovia and is the holder of all reproduction rights to Segovia s music, given to him by Segovia s wife,… …

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