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Friedrich Schiller
... from politics when it comes to Beethoven's Choral symphony. Its setting of Friedrich Schiller's poem An die Freude has been appropriated by myriad causes, all ...
... the Russian throne. It's based, at several removes, on a play by Friedrich Schiller, but as music dramas go, Dimitrij is no Don Carlos or ...
... an equivalent of sorts to “Mary Stuart,” the canonical history play from Friedrich Schiller about the relationship between Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots ...
... had curdled, amid political repression, into disillusionment. In that sense, the poet Friedrich Schiller’s “Ode to Joy,” an invocation of a humanity unified in the ...
... adopted by the E.U. Beethoven’s ode included words from a poem by Friedrich Schiller, but the E.U.’s anthem consists of music only. National anthems date ...
... adopted by the E.U. Beethoven’s ode included lyrics from a poem by Friedrich Schiller, but the E.U.’s anthem consists of music only. National anthems date ...
... adopted by the E.U. Beethoven’s ode included lyrics from a poem by Friedrich Schiller, but the E.U.’s anthem consists of music only. National anthems date ...
... "Lorenzaccio," or, as recently as four years ago, a twin bill of Friedrich Schiller's "Wallenstein," in a new translation by Robert Pinsky, with a production ...
... music and words of the final movement, which sets a portion of Friedrich Schiller's revolutionary "Ode to Joy" (published in 1786), celebrate a message of ...
... Lennon's ''Imagine,'' as police officers patrolled near a statue of the playwright Friedrich Schiller. Down the street at the Rotes Rathaus market, Martina Reikowski, a ...
... EVERYTHING in politics comes back to Machiavelli in the end. That much Friedrich Schiller understood. From the 18th century dramatist's pen flowed imperfect, squishily human ...
... singing as a quartet in the final movement, the musical setting of Friedrich Schiller's poem, Ode to Joy. This performance was as good as any ...
... Neither Castro's communism nor human rights abuses have killed art in Cuba. Friedrich Schiller, an 18th century German poet, philosopher, physician, historian and playwright, said, ...
... of countless other romantic writers and musicians. That "lovely age of flowers," Friedrich Schiller wrote, lives now "only in the fairy world of song," and ...
... giant tortoises. Clearly, food need not be appealing in order to inspire. Friedrich Schiller, the poet and philosopher, always kept a carton of rotten apples ...
... inspector of mines in his mid-20s he delighted and inspired Goethe and Friedrich Schiller on visits to Weimar, fiddling with electrical experiments and helping inspire ...
... Her library includes several volumes of works by Edgar Allan Poe and Friedrich Schiller, Doris Kearns Goodwin's "Team of ­Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham ...
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