von Glück reden - translation to English
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von Glück reden - translation to English

Gluck; Christoph Gluck; Christoff Willibald Gluck; Christoph Willibald von Gluck; Christoph W. Gluck; Christoph Von Gluck; Christoph Willibald von Glück; Christoph Willibald Glück; Christoph von Glueck; CW von Gluck; C.W. von Gluck; Christoph Willibald Ritter von Gluck; Christophe Willibald Gluck; Christopher Gluck; Christoph Wilibald Gluck; Christoph Willibald Glueck; Christoph Willibald von Glueck; Christoph Willibald Von Gluck; Cristoph Willibald Gluck; Carl Willibald Gluck; Christoph von Gluck
  • Carmen Lavani in ''[[Le cinesi]]'' (1973). The work is very much in the vein of the [[chinoiserie]] so popular in its time. ''Le cinesi'' reflects cultural overlap between the Austrian court and the distant Chinese court. In ''Le cinesi'', Metastasio gives a lesson on the different forms of theatre: pastoral, comedy and tragedy.
  • Gluck in Paris 1777, by [[Étienne Aubry]], [[Louvre]]
  • Bust of Gluck, whose face was noticeably pockmarked
  • Alceste]]''
  • Statue of Gluck in Weidenwang
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  • Gluck lived and died in the Wiedner Hauptstraße Nr. 32 in Vienna
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  • Maria Theresia]]: Maria Amalia (Apollo), Maria Elisabeth (Melpomene), Maria Josepha (Euterpe), Maria Karolina (Erato), Leopold (Harpsichord)
  • Gluck playing his clavichord (1775), portrait by [[Joseph Duplessis]]
  • The Jesuit church in Chomutov
  • Jezeří Castle

Ferdinand von Zeppelin         
  • Zeppelin in 1900
  • Isabella Gräfin von Zeppelin
  • Ferdinand von Zeppelin in Virginia, June 1863
  • First flight of the LZ 1
  • Bust of Zeppelin in the [[Aeronauticum]] at [[Nordholz]]
  • In uniform as adjutant to Charles I of Württemberg, 1865
Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin; Ferdinand Zeppelin; Ferdinand Adolf August Heinrich, Count von Zeppelin; Ferdinand, Graf von Zeppelin; Count Zeppelin; Ferdinand von zeppelin; F Zeppelin; Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin; Graf von Zeppelin; Count von Zeppelin; Ferdinand Adolf Heinrich August Graf von Zeppelin; Ferdinand Von Zeppelin
n. Ferdinand von Zeppelin (1838-1917), deutscher Armeeoffizier, erfinder des ersten Luftschiffes in 1900
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe         
  • First edition of ''The Sorrows of Young Werther''
  • 1876 'Faust' by Goethe, decorated by Rudolf Seitz, large German edition 51x38cm
  • Statue dedicated to Goethe in Chicago's [[Lincoln Park]] (1913)
  • Anna Katharina (''Käthchen'') Schönkopf]]
  • Goethe, age 38, painted by [[Angelica Kauffman]] 1787
  • Siege of Mainz]] in which Goethe participated
  • Goethe memorial in front of the Alte Handelsbörse, Leipzig
  • Goethe in 1810. [[Gerhard von Kügelgen]]
  • prism]], colour arises at light-dark edges, and the spectrum occurs where these coloured edges overlap.
  • alt=Photograph of a large bronze statue of two men standing side by side and facing forward. The statue is on a stone pedestal, which has a plaque that reads "Dem Dichterpaar/Goethe und Schiller/das Vaterland".
  • Goethe's residence and museum]]
  • Goethe and Ulrike, sculpture by Heinrich Drake in Marienbad
  • Second [[Goetheanum]]
  • Goethe's birthplace]] in Frankfurt (Großer Hirschgraben)
  • Mining share certificate of the Ilmenau Kupfer- und Silber-Bergwerk for 20 Thaler, issued on 24 February 1784 in Weimar, signed in the original by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, also by the minister [https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian%20Gottlob%20von%20Voigt Christian Gottlob Voigt] and by the German mineralogist and mining engineer [[Johann Karl Wilhelm Voigt]]. Registered to [https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl%20Theodor%20von%20Dalberg Carl Theodor Maria Freiherr von Dalberg], governor in Erfurt.
  • ''[[Goethe in the Roman Campagna]]'' (1786) by [[Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein]]
  • Goethe, by Luise Seidler (Weimar 1811)
  • Mendelssohn plays to Goethe, 1830: painting by [[Moritz Oppenheim]], 1864
  • Goethe on a 1999 German stamp
  • Coffins of Goethe and [[Schiller]], Weimar vault
  • Ulrike von Levetzow
  • Portrait of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe by [[Ferdinand Jagemann]], 1806
  • Alexander]] and [[Wilhelm von Humboldt]], and Goethe in Jena, c. 1797
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe; Johann Wolfgang von Gothe; Johann von Goethe; J.W. Goethe; Johann Goethe; Goethe's; Goethean; J. W. von Goethe; יוהן גתה; יוהאן גתה; יוהן וולפגנג גתה; יוהאן וולפגנג גתה; גתה; Johann Wolfgang Goethe; Von goethe; Göte; Göthe; Von Göthe; Von Goethe; Goethe; Johann Von Goethe; Johann Wolfgang von Göthe; Gœthe; JW Goethe
n. Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749-1832), deutscher Schriftsteller und Dramaturg, Autor von "Faust"
the Iron Chancellor         
  • A statue of Bismarck in Berlin
  • Bismarck in 1847, at age 32
  • Moltke]] (right), the three leaders of Prussia in the 1860s
  • Bismarck on his deathbed, 30 July 1898
  • Photo of Chancellor Bismarck in the 1880s.
  • The [[German Confederation]] 1815–1866. Prussia (in blue) considerably expanded its territory.
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  • Guards Cuirassiers]] of [[Prussia]]
  • Lenbach]] painting of Bismarck in retirement (1895)
  • Mioko]], [[German New Guinea]] in 1884
  • Cartoon from 1867 making fun of Bismarck's different roles, from general to minister of foreign affairs, federal chancellor, hunter, diplomat and president of the parliament of the [[Zollverein]], the Prussian-dominated German customs union
  • ''Between Berlin and Rome'', Bismarck confronts [[Pope Pius IX]], 1875
  • Conference of Berlin]] in 1884
  • The [[Krupp]] factory in [[Essen]], 1880
  • Surrender of [[Napoleon III]] after the [[Battle of Sedan]], 1 September 1870
  • Johanniterorden]]'', 1858
  • Bismarck c. 1875
  • Statue of Otto von Bismarck in the northernmost German state of [[Schleswig-Holstein]]
  • Bismarck in 1836, at age 21
  • Bismarck in 1873
  • Roon]] and others, watching the [[Battle of Königgrätz]]
  • Hall of Mirrors]] at Versailles. Bismarck is in the center, wearing a white uniform. (1885)
  • Nazi propaganda poster]] quotes Bismarck: "When the Germans hold together, they beat the devil out of hell."
Otto Van Bismarck; Otto von Bismark; Otto Von Bismarck; Iron Chancellor; Otto Bismarck; Prince Otto Edward Leopold von Bismarck; Prince Bismarck; Otto of Bismarck; Otto Eduard Leopold Von, Prince Bismarck; Prince Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck; Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck; The Iron Chancellor; Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck, Prince Bismarck; Von Bismarck; Otto Fürst von Bismarck; Von bismark; Kaiser Bismark; Kaizer Bismark; Otto Eduard Leopold, Fürst von Bismarck; Otto von Blotto; Otto vanBismark; Count von Bismarck-Schoenausen; Otto Eduard Leopold, Fuerst von Bismarck; Otto Furst von Bismarck; Otto Fuerst von Bismarck; Otto van Bismark; Otto von bismarck; Count Otto von Bismarck; Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen, Duke of Lauenburg, Prince of Bismarck; Otto Von Bismark; Otto Eduard Leopold Bismarck; Health Insurance Bill of 1883; Otto Eduard Leopold, Furst von Bismarck; Accident Insurance Bill of 1884; Old Age and Disability Insurance Bill of 1889; Economy of Germany under Bismarck; Otto van Bismarck; Bismarckian; Otto Bismark; Von bismarck; Chancellor Bismarck
n. der eiserne Kanzler, Otto Fürst von Bismarck (1815-1898), deutscher Staatsmann und Reichskanzler


Good luck. Used by lazy people who can't be bothered with an extra syllable or by people who can't pronounce ood.
Gluck. You're going to need it.


Christoph Willibald Gluck

Christoph Willibald (Ritter von) Gluck (German: [ˈkʁɪstɔf ˈvɪlɪbalt ˈɡlʊk]; 2 July 1714 – 15 November 1787) was a composer of Italian and French opera in the early classical period. Born in the Upper Palatinate and raised in Bohemia, both part of the Holy Roman Empire, he gained prominence at the Habsburg court at Vienna. There he brought about the practical reform of opera's dramaturgical practices for which many intellectuals had been campaigning. With a series of radical new works in the 1760s, among them Orfeo ed Euridice and Alceste, he broke the stranglehold that Metastasian opera seria had enjoyed for much of the century. Gluck introduced more drama by using orchestral recitative and cutting the usually long da capo aria. His later operas have half the length of a typical baroque opera. Future composers like Mozart, Schubert, Berlioz and Wagner revered Gluck.

The strong influence of French opera encouraged Gluck to move to Paris in November 1773. Fusing the traditions of Italian opera and the French (with rich chorus) into a unique synthesis, Gluck wrote eight operas for the Parisian stage. Iphigénie en Tauride (1779) was a great success and is generally acknowledged to be his finest work. Though he was extremely popular and widely credited with bringing about a revolution in French opera, Gluck's mastery of the Parisian operatic scene was never absolute, and after the poor reception of his Echo et Narcisse (1779), he left Paris in disgust and returned to Vienna to live out the remainder of his life.