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Fleisch·er

(flīsh'ĕr),
Bruno, German ophthalmologist, 1874-1965. See: Fleischer ring, Fleischer vortex, Kayser-Fleischer ring, Fleischer-Strümpell ring.
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19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Classical is pleased to present a brand-new album of piano duets --Four Hands -- featuring celebrated American pianist,Leon Fleisher together with his wife, fellow pianistKatherine Jacobson .
Contact between the world number one and Ari Fleisher, who since working for George W Bush has set up a sports communications firm, would presumably be to discuss an imminent return to golf.
Contact between the world No 1 and Ari Fleisher, who since working for George W Bush has set up a sports communications firm, would presumably be to discuss an imminent return to golf.
Legendary pianist and 2000 MTNA Achievement Award honoree Leon Fleisher celebrated his 80th birthday with a weekend of concerts in New York City, Boston and Baltimore, October 2-5, 2008.
Fleisher, a former employee of the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the author of a much-disputed report in which he asserts that prisoner rape is an anomaly.
From Sony Classical, we have legendary pianist Leon Fleisher with the Cleveland Orchestra conducted by the legendary George Szell back in 1959 and 1961 (Sony Classical 82876-78767-2), while on Arte Nova, we have pianist Yefim Bronfman with the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich under the baton of David Zinman (Arte Nova ANO 640100), recorded in 2004.
Classical music lovers know Leon Fleisher as a great American pianist whose virtuoso career was cut short 40 years ago.
Fleisher said there are many changes in pregnancy, including immunologic changes, that don't necessarily apply to nonobstetric situations.
Roy Katz and Tanya Fleisher started Winter Session as a side project in 2010, making aprons from thrift store finds when they weren't working as an architect or studying fiber at the Art Institute of Chicago, respectively.
She is survived by 3 sons, Larry, Clifford and Kenneth Burgess, all of Marlborough; 2 daughters, Cherie Miller of Northborough and Nancy Burgess of Marlborough; 1 brother, David Fleisher of Westborough; 1 sister, Nancy Dalrymple of Whitinsville: 7 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Fleisher is a Lecturer in the Psychology Program at California State University, Channel Islands and holds a Ph.
David Fleisher of the University of Missouri, Columbia, who has studied 41 adults with CVS.