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Thomas Wimmer (Vienna) is an Austrian viola-da-gamba player and conductor of Accentus Austria.
Hans Carl Artmann, also known as Ib Hansen, was an Austrian poet and writer, most popular for his early poems written in Viennese, which however, never after were to be the focus of his oeuvre.
Accentus is a Church music term.
Anton Hekking was a Netherlands-born cellist and teacher. Born in The Hague, he served as first cello of the Boston Symphony from 1889 until 1891; he served in the same post for the New York Symphony from 1895 to 1898. From 1898 he taught at the Stern Conservatory in Berlin, in which city he died.
Șcheii Braşovului is the old ethnically Bulgarian and Romanian neighborhood of Braşov, a city in Transylvania, Romania. This village-like section of the town is mostly made up of small houses built along narrow roads with gardens and small fields on the sides of the mountains. Until the 17th century, the inhabitants of Șchei were forbidden from owning property inside the city walls. The people living in the Șchei could only enter the town at certain times and had to pay a toll at the Catherine's Gate for the privilege of selling their produce inside the town. Catherine's Gate was the only entrance for the Romanians — they were not allowed to use the other four entrances. It was in Șchei that Braşov's first Romanian School was established, next to the Romanian Orthodox church of St. Nicholas.
Ich kann den anderen in deinen Augen sehen is the thirteenth studio album released by German Schlager group Die Flippers. This was the first Flippers' album that did not feature the members of the group on the album cover.
German rapper Fler has released 17 studio albums, four mixtapes, one EP, six collaborative albums and 59 singles.
"Der Handschuh" is a ballad by Friedrich Schiller, written in 1797, the year of his friendly ballad competition with Goethe. Other ballads written that year include Schiller's "Der Gang nach dem Eisenhammer", "Die Kraniche des Ibykus", "Der Ring des Polykrates", "Ritter Toggenburg", "Der Taucher", and Goethe's "Die Braut von Korinth", "Der Gott und die Bajadere", "Der Schatzgräber (Goethe)", "The Sorcerer's Apprentice".
Accentus Austria are an early music ensemble led by viola-da-gamba player Thomas Wimmer, founded in 1988.
Kërçisht i Sipërm is a village in the former Maqellarë Municipality in Dibër County in northeastern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Dibër. It is located near the Macedonian border, on the mountain Dešat.
Franz Schubert's best-known music for the theatre is his incidental music for Rosamunde. Less successful were his many Opera and Singspiel projects. On the other hand, some of his most popular Lieder, like "Gretchen am Spinnrade," were based on texts written for the theatre.
Franz Schubert's best known song cycles, like Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise are based on separate poems with a common theme and narrative. Other song cycles are based on consecutive excerpts of the same literary work: Schubert's "Ave Maria" is part of such a song cycle based on excerpts of the same poem, in this case by Walter Scott.
The 2015–16 Würzburger Kickers season is their 1st season in the 3. Liga.
Zipser German is a Germanic dialect which developed in the Upper Zips region of what is now Slovakia among people who settled there from central Germany beginning in the 13th century. The Lower Zips was inhabited by other Central Germans who spoke a similar dialect called "Gründlerisch" which is considered to be the same language. Beginning in at least the 18th century, many Zipsers migrated to northern Romania, including to southern Bukovina, where several other Germanic dialects were also spoken. Over time, the speech of the Zipsers in Romania was heavily influenced by that of people from Upper Austria who settled among them and were ultimately assimilated into the Zipser ethnic community. During and after the Second World War, most Zipsers evacuated or were expelled to Germany, but a community of speakers remains in Hopgarten; their distinctive dialect is called "Outzäpsersch".
Gerhart Holzinger is an Austrian jurist, educator, and career civil servant. He was appointed to the Austrian Constitutional Court in 1995, serving as its president from 2008 until his retirement in 2017.
The Sarıaydın inscription is an Aramaic inscription found in situ in 1892 near the village of Sarıaydın in Southern Anatolia. It is also known as the Sarıaydın Hunting inscription or the Cilician Hunting inscription. It was discovered on the Austrian expedition to Cilicia of Rudolf Heberdey and Adolf Wilhelm.
Norbert Zeilberger was an Austrian organist, harpsichordist and pianist.
The Idalion Temple inscriptions are six Phoenician inscriptions found by Robert Hamilton Lang in his excavations at the Temple of Idalium in 1869, whose work there had been inspired by the discovery of the Idalion Tablet in 1850. The most famous of these inscriptions is known as the Idalion bilingual. The Phoenician inscriptions are known as KAI 38-40 and CIS I 89-94.