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Valuegenesis
... The first survey was conducted in 1990, a second major survey was conducted in 2000, and a third is taking place in 2010 ... Related studies also termed "Valuegenesis" have been conducted in other countries ...
Joseph Holbrooke - Life - Success
... also heard (Queen's Hall Promenade Concert, conducted by Henry Wood, 8 November 1900) ... the poem for chorus and orchestra Queen Mab (Leeds Festival, conducted by the composer, 6 October 1904), the orchestral poem Ulalume (Queen's Hall, conducted ... was first performed at Queen's Hall on 20 January 1908, conducted by Thomas Beecham on this occasion the orchestra and chorus were hidden from the audience behind an elaborate screen ...
Valuegenesis - History
... Ten years after the first survey, in 2000, the follow-up study "Valuegenesis2" was conducted ... Further studies are being conducted in Europe and other parts of the world ... For instance, a "Valuegenesis" survey was conducted in the South Pacific Division in 1997 ...
Königskinder - Recordings
... Orchester des Westdeutschen Rundfunks conducted by Richard Kraus, live in Cologne, Walhall 1976 Donath/Schwarz/Dallapozza/Prey, Münchner Rundfunkorchester conducted by Heinz Wallberg ...
Paul Vidal - Life and Career
... Vidal conducted at the Paris Opera where he made his first appearance directing Gwendoline in 1894 (he had coached the singers for the Paris premiere in 1893), and later conducted the first performance of ... He also conducted the premieres of several operas and ballets ...

Famous quotes containing the word conducted:

    Poetry is a search for ways of communication; it must be conducted with openness, flexibility, and a constant readiness to listen.
    Fleur Adcock (b. 1934)

    [Asserting] important First Amendment rights ... why should [executions] be the one area that is conducted behind closed doors?... Why shouldn’t executions be public?
    Phil Donahue (b. 1935)

    A private should preserve a respectful attitude toward his superiors, and should seldom or never proceed so far as to offer suggestions to his general in the field. If the battle is not being conducted to suit him, it is better for him to resign. By the etiquette of war, it is permitted to none below the rank of newspaper correspondent to dictate to the general in the field.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)