Jean Sibelius - translation to german
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Jean Sibelius - translation to german

Sibelius, Jean Julius Christian; Jean Julius Christian Sibelius; Sibelius; Jan Sibelius; Composer Jan Sibelius; Sibelius J.; Sibelius, Jean; Jean sibelius; Jean Sibellius; Johannes Sibelius; Johan Julius Christian Sibelius; Johan sibelius; Jeän Sibelius
  • Jean Sibelius' ''[[Finlandia]]'' premiere edition; 1952 autographed copy for the [[Mayor of New York City]], [[Vincent Impellitteri]]
  • Sibelius (right) socializing with [[Akseli Gallen-Kallela]] (the artist, left), [[Oskar Merikanto]], and [[Robert Kajanus]]
  • Sibelius's birthplace in [[Hämeenlinna]]
  • Sibelius at his home, Ainola, playing the piano (1930)
  • Sibelius: sketch by [[Albert Engström]] (1904)
  • Blue plaque, 15 Gloucester Walk, [[Kensington]], London, his home in 1909
  • Sibelius in 1923
  • Sibelius in 1939
  • Portrait of Sibelius from 1892 by his brother-in-law [[Eero Järnefelt]]
  • Sibelius's funeral at the [[Helsinki Cathedral]] in  1957
  • [[Leevi Madetoja]], Sibelius's most notable pupil and, as a critic, a defender of his works
  • [[Martin Wegelius]], Sibelius's teacher in Finland
  • Star on the ''Musik Meile'' (Music Mile) in Vienna
  • [[Robert Kajanus]], founder and chief conductor of the [[Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra]], who was a notable interpreter of Sibelius's symphonies
  • The Sibelius Park (''Sibeliuksenpuisto'') in [[Kotka]], Finland
  • Sibelius and Aino in [[Järvenpää]] (early 1940s)
  • Sibelius in 1891, when he studied in Vienna
  • 11-year-old Sibelius in 1876

Jean Sibelius         
Jean Sibelius
Jean Luc Godard         
  • [[Anna Karina]], having rejected a role in ''Breathless'', appeared in the next film shot by Godard, ''[[Le petit soldat]]'' (''The Little Soldier''), which concerned France's war in Algeria.
Jean-Luc Goddard; Jean Luc Godard; Hans Lucas; Hans lucas; Jean-luc Godard; Godardian; Jean-Luc Godard bibliography; Godard; Jean Godard; JeanLuc Godard; Godard, Jean-Luc
Jean Luc Godard, (geboren 1930) Avant-garde französischer Filmdirektor und Drehbuchautor, Mitglied des New Wave
Chevalier de Lamarck         
  • Lamarck, late in life
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Jean Lamarck; Lamarck; Jean Baptiste Lamarck; Chevalier de Lamarck Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet; Lam.; Jean-Baptiste de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck; Lamark; Lam. (taxon author); Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck; Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet Lamarck; Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck; Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet; Jean Baptiste de Monet de Lamarck; Jean Baptiste Antoine Pierre de Monnet de Lamarck; J. B. P. Lamarck; Chevalier de Lamarck; Lamarck, Chevalier de; Jean Baptiste Lemarck; Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's; Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet; Jean-Baptiste Lamark; Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoinette De Monet De Lamarck; Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine De Monet Chevalier De Lamarck; Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine De Monet, Chevalier De La Marck; Chevalier De La Marck; Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine De Monet; Lamarck Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine De Monet Chevalier; Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine De Monet Chevalier De; Jean-Baptiste De Monet Chevalier De Lamarck; Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de Lamarck; Jean-Baptiste Pierre Antoine De Monet Chevalier De Lamarck; De Lamarck; Inherent progressive tendency; Jean-Baptiste-Pierre-Antoine De Monet de Lamarck; Jean-Baptiste-Pierre- Antoine De Monet de Lamarck; Religious views of Jean-Baptiste Lamarck
n. Chevalier de Lamarck, Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de Lamarck (1744-1829), französischer Naturalist der als erster den Begriff Biologie in dessen moderne Bedeutung benutzt hat


Jean E. Sammet
<person> Author of several surveys of early programming languages, refererred to in many entries in this dictionary. E-mail: Relevant publications include: [Sammet, Jean E., "Programming Languages: History and Fundamentals", P-H 1969. QA76.5 .S213]. The definitive work on early computer language development. [Sammet, Jean E., "Programming Languages: History and Future", CACM 15(7):601-610, Jul 1972]. [Sammet, Jean E., "Roster of Programming Languages" Computers & Automation 16(6):80-82, June 1967; Computers & Automation 17(6):120-123, June 1968; Computers & Automation 18(7):153-158, June 1969; Computers & Automation 19(6B):6-11, 30 Nov 1970; Computers & Automation 20(6B):6-13, 30 Jun, 1971; Computers & Automation 21(6B), 30 Aug 1972; Computing Reviews 15(4): 147-160, April 1974; CACM 19(12):655-669, Dec 1976; SIGPLAN Notices 13(11):56, Nov 1978]. (1998-10-03)


Jean Sibelius

Jean Sibelius ( sib-AY-lee-əs; Finland Swedish: [ˈjɑːn siˈbeːliʉs, ˈʃɑːn -] (listen); born Johan Julius Christian Sibelius; 8 December 1865 – 20 September 1957) was a Finnish composer of the late Romantic and early-modern periods. He is widely regarded as his country's greatest composer, and his music is often credited with having helped Finland develop a national identity during its struggle for independence from Russia.

The core of his oeuvre is his set of seven symphonies, which, like his other major works, are regularly performed and recorded in Finland and countries around the world. His other best-known compositions are Finlandia, the Karelia Suite, Valse triste, the Violin Concerto, the choral symphony Kullervo, and The Swan of Tuonela (from the Lemminkäinen Suite). His other works include pieces inspired by nature, Nordic mythology, and the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala; over a hundred songs for voice and piano; incidental music for numerous plays; the one-act opera The Maiden in the Tower; chamber music, piano music, Masonic ritual music, and 21 publications of choral music.

Sibelius composed prolifically until the mid-1920s, but after completing his Seventh Symphony (1924), the incidental music for The Tempest (1926), and the tone poem Tapiola (1926), he stopped producing major works in his last 30 years— a retirement commonly referred to as the "silence of Järvenpää", (the location of his home). Although he is reputed to have stopped composing, he attempted to continue writing, including abortive efforts on an eighth symphony. In later life, he wrote Masonic music and reedited some earlier works, while retaining an active but not always favourable interest in new developments in music. Although this 'silence' has often perplexed scholars, in reality, Sibelius was clear: he felt he had written enough.

The Finnish 100 mark note featured his image until 2002, when the euro was adopted. Since 2011, Finland has celebrated a flag flying day on 8 December, the composer's birthday, also known as the Day of Finnish Music. In 2015, in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Sibelius's birth, a number of special concerts and events were held, especially in Helsinki, the Finnish capital.

Examples of use of Jean Sibelius
1. Kein Drama", meint Gerhard Stadelmaier), Tschechows "Die Vaterlosen" in einer Inszenierung des "hoffnungslos einfallslosen" Stefan Pucher an der Berliner Volksbühne, Ambroise Thomas "Hamlet"–Adaption an der Deutschen Oper Berlin, eine Ausstellung europäischer Kartografie im Zeitalter der Entdeckungen in der Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel und Gernots Roll Neuverfilmung des "Räuber Hotzenplotz". Auf der Plattenseite werden die neuen Alben von The Kooks und We Are Scientists vorgestellt, die "Deutschen Sinfonien" von Hanns Eisler und zwei neue Einspielungen von Jean Sibelius zweiter Symphonie.