Auf Der Maur

Auf der Mauer (Aufdermauer), Auf der Maur (Aufdermaur; /ˌɔːf dər ˈmaʊər/) may refer to:

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Auf Der Maur - Family Name
... Hansjörg Auf der Maur (1933 - 1999), Swiss philosopher and theologian Nick Auf der Maur (1942 - 1998), a journalist, politician of Swiss descent Melissa Auf der Maur (born 1972, Montreal ...
This Would Be Paradise
... ...This Would Be Paradise is the debut EP by the Canadian alternative rock musician Melissa Auf der Maur, released on November 11, 2008 on Urbinated Music ... It was Auf der Maur's first independent release following her departure from Capitol Records in 2006 ... EP—"The Key" and "This Would Be Paradise"— were later released on Auf der Maur's second studio album, Out of Our Minds (2010) ...
List Of Leaders Of The Official Opposition (Montreal)
... Fainstat City Councillor, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 1978 ... RCM Nick Auf der Maur City Councillor, Côte-des-Neiges 1982 ... GAM Michael Fainstat City Councillor, La Confédération 1984 ... RCM Jean Doré City ...
Auf Der Maur (album) - Release - Tour
... Auf der Maur promoted the album with an almost-constant tour across Europe, the United Kingdom and North America during 2004 ... During the tour, Auf der Maur performed at various summer festivals including Curiosa in the United States, Pukkelpop in Belgium, Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands, Reading Festival, Leeds Festival in ... During the entire tour, Auf der Maur published photography from the shows on her official web site ...
Glenn Anzalone - Musical Career - Danzig - Recent Activity (2005–2011)
... confirmed he had recorded the first duet of his career, with Melissa Auf der Maur ... singing from the perspective of a gravedigger and appears on Auf der Maur's 2010 album Out of Our Minds ... Auf der Maur has spoken highly about the experience of meeting and working with Danzig ...

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