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Lay Your Head on Me

Lay Your Head on Me is a song by Jamaican-American music project Major Lazer, featuring vocals from British musician and lead singer of the band Mumford & Sons, Marcus Mumford. It was released as the fourth single from Major Lazers fourth studio ...

                                               

Hands On (song)

Hands On is a song by American recording artist Kanye West, from his ninth studio album, Jesus Is King. The song features gospel singer Fred Hammond, whom West became involved with in 2019. The song received mixed to negative reviews from music c ...

                                               

Hey (magazine)

Hey was a Turkish music magazine that targeted teens. The magazine existed between 1970 and 1994. It billed itself as Turkeys only teens and music magazine. The magazine was one of the highest-circulation publications in Turkey.

                                               

Ya Tu Me Conoces

Ya Tu Me Conoces is a song by Mexican singer Thalia and Venezuelan duo Mau y Ricky, from Thalias upcoming sixteenth studio album. It was released by Sony Music Latin on January 24, 2020.

                                               

High School Musical (disambiguation)

High School Musical is a 2006 American television film and the first installment in the High School Musical trilogy. High School Musical may also refer to: High School Musical, the soundtrack to the 2006 film High School Musical franchise High Sc ...

                                               

Happy New Year (disambiguation)

Happy New Year 2017 film, an Indian Kannada language film Happy New Year 2014 film, a Bollywood action drama by Farah Khan Happy New Year 1987 film, an American remake of the French film, directed by John G. Avildsen Happy New Year 2008 film, a 2 ...

                                               

Soft Power (musical)

Soft Power is a musical with book and lyrics by David Henry Hwang and music and additional lyrics by Jeanine Tesori.

                                               

Aegean

Aegean may refer to: Aegean Contagion, an alternate name to the 2010 European sovereign debt crisis with reference to its point of origin and a general term for an epidemic Aegean Records, independent record label founded by singer and songwriter ...

                                               

Prodromos

Prodromos may refer to: Prodromus, a preliminary publication a title of John the Baptist Prodromos Mount Athos, an Athonite skete belonging to the Great Lavra Monastery Prodromos Monastery, in Arcadia Prodromoi, a light cavalry unit in Ancient Gr ...

                                               

Johann Sigismund Kusser

Johann Sigismund Kusser or Cousser was a composer born in the Kingdom of Hungary who was active in Germany, France, and Ireland.

                                               

Burned Mountain Formation

The Burned Mountain Formation is a geologic formation that crops out in the Tusas Mountains of northern New Mexico. It has a U-Pb radiometric age of 1700 Mya, corresponding to the Statherian period.

                                               

List of compositions by Arlene Sierra

Game of Attrition for Chamber Orchestra 2009 Aquae for Orchestra 2000 Nature Symphony for Orchestra 2017 Mantegna Diptych for Orchestra 2000 Aquilo for Orchestra 2001 Moler for Orchestra 2012 Ballistae for Orchestra 2000

                                               

Sukanya (opera)

Sukanya is an opera composed by Ravi Shankar, with libretto by novelist Amit Chaudhuri. It is based on the mythological tale of Sukanya from the Hindu epic Mahabharata, and combines Western operatic conventions with Indian vocal music, konnakol, ...

                                               

Phyllis Zimmerman

She was born in Pennsylvania and graduated from Thiel College in Greenville, Pennsylvania in 1956. She studied vocal performance at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota with conductor Paul J. Christiansen, graduating in 1959. Zimmerman initia ...

                                               

Folia (disambiguation)

Folia, by Bernardo Storace 1637–1707 Folias, by Lucas Ruis Ribayaz c.1626–67 Folias a 3, by Andrea Falconieri 1650 Folias, by Antonio de Cabezon 1510–1566 Folias, by Gaspar Sanz 1640–1710 Folias de España, 20 variations and fugue for guitar, by M ...

                                               

Tales of the Wars of Montrose

Tales of the Wars of Montrose is a set of six fictional narratives by James Hogg published in 1835. Each of them centres on the fortunes of an individual during the civil conflict of the 1640s in Scotland.

                                               

Proximity labeling

Enzyme-catalyzed proximity labeling, also known as proximity-based labeling, is a laboratory technique that labels biomolecules, usually proteins or RNA, proximal to a protein of interest. By creating a gene fusion in a living cell between the pr ...

                                               

Gian Domenico Partenio

Gian Domenico Partenio was a Venetian composer of operas during the Baroque period. He served as vice maestro of St Marks Basilicas Cappella Marciana from 1685, before succeeding Giovanni Battista Volpe as maestro di cappella from 1692 until 1701 ...

                                               

Semiramide (Vivaldi)

Semiramide is a dramma per musica in three acts by Antonio Vivaldi composed to a libretto by Francesco Silvani. It was his ultimate work at the archducal theatre in Mantua, where Vivaldi was maestro di cappella from 1718 until 1720. The productio ...

                                               

La clemenza di Tito (disambiguation)

La clemenza di Tito is an opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to a libretto by Metastasio. Other settings of this libretto include: La clemenza di Tito Myslivecek, opera by Josef Myslivecek premiered 1774 Composition exercises on "Serbate, o Dei cus ...

                                               

Epigenetic priming

Epigenetic priming is the modification to a cells epigenome whereby specific chromatin domains within a cell are converted from a closed state to an open state, usually as the result of an external biological trigger or pathway, allowing for DNA ...

                                               

Fisherman (disambiguation)

"The Fisherman", a poem by the Slovene Romantic poet France Preseren The Fisherman, a relief by Ivan Zajec at the pedestal of Preseren Monument to the poet "The Fisherman", a poem by William Butler Yeats 1914 "Der Fischer Goethe" The Fisherman a ...

                                               

Gesang der Geister uber den Wassern

Gesang der Geister uber den Wassern is a 1779 poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. It may be best known in the English-speaking world through a musical setting of 1820-21 by Franz Schubert as a part song for mens voices and low strings.

                                               

Christian F. Kehlet

Christian F. Kehlet was a Danish chocolate company based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The company was from 1873 based at Jagtvej 83-85 in Norrebro. It was merged with Brodrene Cloetta in 1929 and the factory on Jagtvej closed the following year.

                                               

Richard Carr

Richard Carr may refer to: Richard Carr chaplain 1925–2002, American Air Force chaplain Richard Carr businessman born 1938, English business executive and director of Arsenal Football Club Richard Carr historian born 1985, historian, political co ...

                                               

John Broven

John Broven is a British music historian, author, and reissue producer who has written about blues and R&B music history in the United States. He was inducted into the Louisiana Hall of Fame in 1995. He was born in Maidstone, Kent, England an ...

                                               

Thomas Shaw

Thomas Shaw, 1st Baron Craigmyle 1850–1937, Scottish politician and judge Tom Shaw politician 1872–1938, British trade unionist and Labour Party politician Thomas Shaw Halifax MP 1823–1893, English Liberal politician, MP for Halifax

                                               

Tony Thomas

Tony Thomas may refer to: Tony Thomas guitarist aka Tony "Strat" Thomas, American funk and blues guitarist Raymond A. Thomas, American general Tony Thomas physicist born 1949, Professor of Physics at the University of Adelaide Tony Thomas footbal ...

                                               

Henry Cotton

Henry Cotton may refer to: Sir Henry Cotton judge 1821–1892, British judge Lord Justice of Appeal, Privy Counsellor Henry Egerton Cotton 1929–1993, first chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University and former Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside Cott ...

                                               

Richard Crawford

Richard or Rick Crawford may refer to: Rick Crawford politician born 1966, U.S. representative from Arkansas Richard Crawford music historian, American music historian Richard Crawford golfer born 1939, American golfer Richard Crawford director, ...

                                               

James Lockhart

James Lockhart may refer to: James Lockhart Scottish aristocrat 1727–1790, Scottish aristocrat and military figure James A. Lockhart 1850–1905, United States Representative from North Carolina James Lockhart music director born 1930, Scottish con ...

                                               

Paul Cohen (disambiguation)

Paul Cohen was an American mathematician, winner of the Fields Medal. Paul Cohen may also refer to: Paul S. Cohen born 1942, American linguist Paul Cohen record producer 1908–1970, American country music producer Paul Robert Cohen born c. 1949, a ...

                                               

Paul ONeill

Paul ONeill baseball born 1963, former Major League Baseball player and current broadcaster Paul ONeill racing driver born 1979, racecar driver Paul ONeill gymnast born 1965, American gymnast Paul ONeill cyclist, Australian Paralympian Paul ONeil ...

                                               

James Barker

James Barker may refer to: James Barker judge 1839–1905, Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court James Barker Royal Navy 1772–1838, captain in the Royal Navy James Frazier Barker born 1947, former president of Clemson University James ...

                                               

The Official Historian on Shirley Jean Berrell

"The Official Historian on Shirley Jean Berrell" is a song recorded American country music group The Statler Brothers. The song was released in November 1978 as the third and final single from their album Entertainers. On and Off the Record.

                                               

Anthony Parker (disambiguation)

Tony Parker born 1982, French-American basketball player who plays in the NBA Tony Parker basketball, born 1993, American basketball player Anthony Parker defensive back, born 1975 born 1975, American football player for Weber State, San Francisc ...

                                               

Michael Burns

Mike Burns Neighbours, late 1990s regular on Australian serial Neighbours

                                               

Salvemini

Salvemini can refer to: Frederick Salvemini de Castillon 1747–1814, Music theorist Carlo Salvemini born 1966, Italian politician, mayor of Lecce Len Salvemini born 1953, retired American soccer player Victor Salvemini 1946–2020, Australian Paraly ...

                                               

Tonograph

The tonograph is a device invented by Italian scientist Luca de Samuele Cagnazzi and presented at the Terza riunione degli scienziati italiani, held in Florence in September 1841. The original device was donated by its inventor Cagnazzi during th ...

                                               

Lily Lake

Lily Lake may refer to: Canada Lily Lake Nova Scotia, one of several lakes in Nova Scotia Lily Lake, a lake in Rockwood Park, Saint John, New Brunswick United States Lily Lake Blue Earth County, Minnesota Lily Lake Pennsylvania, a lake in Luzerne ...

                                               

Harmonia (disambiguation)

Harmonia comics, a DC Comics character based on the Greek goddess Harmonia sculpture, a 1996 outdoor sculpture by Achim Kuhn in Turku, Finland Harmonia visual novel, a 2016 visual novel by Key

                                               

Melody of Love

Melody of Love 1952 film, an Italian film Melody of Love 1932 film, a German operetta film directed by Georg Jacoby The Melody of Love, a 1912 American silent short film Melody of Love 1928 film, an American romantic musical film Melody of Love T ...

                                               

The Broken Melody

The Broken Melody may refer to: The Broken Melody 1919 film, a silent American film directed by William P.S. Earle The Broken Melody 1929 film, a silent British film directed by Fred Paul The Broken Melody 1916 film, a silent British film directe ...

                                               

Kurdish melodies

Kurdish melodies is a collection of Kurdish folk songs collected and transcribed by Armenian composer Komitas during field work among Kurds and published in December 1903. Despite collecting a large amount of Kurdish melodies, most of them were l ...

                                               

Melody of the Plains

Melody of the Plains is a 1937 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Bennett Cohen. The film stars Fred Scott, Louise Small, Al St. John, David Sharpe, Lafe McKee and Bud Jamison. The film was released on April 2, 1937, by ...

                                               

Projekt Melody

Projekt Melody, or Melody for short, is a 3D anime-styled live streamer designed by American animator DigitrevX. She first appeared when her Twitter account opened in July 2019, and she has live streamed on Chaturbate and Twitch since early 2020. ...

                                               

Joy H. Calico

She graduated from Baylor University, University of Illinois, and Duke University. She was a Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellow at Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

                                               

Toufic Maatouk

Toufic Maatouk is a Lebanese orchestra conductor, and currently the guest conductor of the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra, Artistic Director of Beirut Chants International Festival, Artistic Director of the Chamber Music Season and the Antonine ...

                                               

Friedhelm Krummacher

Born in Berlin, Krummacher is the second oldest son of Friedrich-Wilhelm Krummacher. He studied musicology after his private music teacher examination in 1957, philosophy and German studies in Berlin, Marburg and Uppsala and was awarded a doctora ...

                                               

String of pearls

String of pearls may refer to: String of Pearls album, a studio album by Deborah Conway Comet Shoemaker–Levy 9, nicknamed The String of Pearls for its scattered appearance A String of Pearls film, a 1926 Chinese film directed by Li Zeyuan String ...