Van Leer

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Lia Van Leer - Biography
... Lia van Leer (Greenberg) was born on August 8, 1924 in the Bessarabian city of Bălţi, then in Romania, now in Moldova ... In 1952, she married Wim Van Leer, a Dutch engineer, pilot, playwright and film producer, and settled in Haifa ... The Van Leers' private collection of films was the basis for the Israeli Film Archive, founded in 1960 ...
Bernard Van Leer Foundation
... The Bernard van Leer Foundation funds and shares knowledge about work in early childhood development ... The mission of the Bernard van Leer Foundation is to improve opportunities for children up to age 8 who are growing up in socially and economically difficult ... Bernard van Leer Foundation grantmaking works primarily through supporting programmes implemented by local partners in selected countries and publishing free publications ...
Hamburger Concerto - Track Listing - Side Two
... Hamburger Concerto" - 2018 "Starter" (Thijs van Leer) "Rare" (Jan Akkerman) "Medium I" (Thijs van Leer) "Medium II" (Jan Akkerman) "Well Done" (Thijs van Leer) "One for ...
Focus Plays Focus
... It was the first and only album by the band to feature the original line-up of Thijs van Leer (organ, flute), Jan Akkerman (guitar), Martin Dresden (bass guitar, vocals) and Hans ... "Focus" (instrumental version) Thijs van Leer 945 2 ... "Why Dream" van Leer, Hans Cleuver 357 3 ...
At The Rainbow - Track Listing - Side Two
... Eruption (Excerpt)" (Tom Barlage, van Leer) – 828 "Orfeus" "Answer" "Orfeus" "Answer" "Pupilla" "Tommy" "Pupilla" "Hocus Pocus" (Akkerman, van ...

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