Czerny


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Czer·ny

(sher'nē),
Vincenz, German surgeon, 1842-1916. See: Czerny suture, Czerny-Lembert suture.
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Czerny had turned twenty when Adam Liszt brought his ten-year-old son Franz to him, with a brief to knock the boy's anarchic piano technique into shape.
Czerny himself divided his music into four categories: 1) studies and exercises; 2) easy pieces for students; 3) brilliant pieces for concerts; and 4) serious music.
It is managed by Stephanie Czerny, one of the co-founders of the DLD conference back in 2005.
Kroll assumes here that Czerny includes himself in the category of "Beethoven partisan," which, considering Czerny's positive comments about Hummel, hardly seems to be the case.
If Czerny didn't bring such honest humility to the role, the unenlightened among us might have a certain, nauseated reaction to all the self-congratulation.
If you want to take the kind of holistic approach to AIDS that everybody at the conference was recommending, you have to bring in much longer-term issues which we used to call development," Czerny said.
Kathrin Czerny made an attractive, lightweight Clara-Maria, Croatian Tomislav Petranovic revealed a neat grace as Alexei, and Slovakian Boris Nebyla stylishly buckled all necessary swashes as the wicked Max.
Originally composed for violin, this arrangement for the cello by Czerny does neither music nor soloist any favours.
Studies continued in Leipzig and Dresden, he met Czerny in Vienna and visited Rome and Algiers - and in August 1858, died in Birmingham leaving a substantial number of compositions.
Our customers turn to PlayPhone for our fresh, exclusive content from major music labels, artists, game publishers and media companies," said Ron Czerny, Founder and CEO of PlayPhone.
In the IAC Building, which was designed by Frank Gehry, conference host Steffi Czerny is expecting 800 intellectual pioneers, investors, entrepreneurs, politicians and creatives to discuss the latest trends, developments and opportunities in the digital world.
Example 1 shows the offending measure, as cribbed by Carl Czerny for his 1837 publication.