Rosenmuller

Ro·sen·mül·ler

(rō'zĕn-mē'lĕr),
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Cappella Novocastriensis, under conductor Simon Lee, will perform works by Buxtehude, Pachelbel and Rosenmuller on March 7.
And then in November four members of the academic staff, in the guise of baroque musicians Four's Company, will give a recital of music by Henry Purcell and his German contemporaries Johann Rosenmuller, Johann Henrich Schmelzer and Dietrich Becker.
With the Johann Rosenmuller Kritische Ausgabe samtlicher Werke, Verlag Dohr and general editor Holger Eichhorn have taken a major step toward making an extensive repertoire of instrumental and sacred vocal music from the mid-seventeenth century available in quality editions.
Os tigonum, ilk olarak 1804 yilinda Rosenmuller tarafindan anatomik bir varyasyon olarak tanimlanmistir.
The MRI confirmed the ICA ectasia (often referred to as tonsillar loop) which manifested the asymmetry of the contour of the nasopharynx with prominence and fullness on the left just below the fossa of Rosenmuller.
Two cases of mucous retention cysts originating from the fossa of Rosenmuller are described, together with their characteristic radiologic appearance, which allows differentiation from other types of lesions in this region.
We thank Marko Rosenmuller, Sven Apel, Norbert Siegmund, Christian Kastner, Ingolf Geist, Azeem Lodhi, Qaisar Hayat, Ateeq Lodhi, and Sagar Sunkle for their feedback and contribution.
Cristoph Rosenmuller, PATRONS, PARTISANS, AND PALACE INTRIGUES 80-81 (2008) (describing the significant contraband trade and noting that traders routinely exceeded limits imposed by Spanish cargo restrictions).
Wenceslas songs in the hymnbooks of Jan Ignaz Dlouhovesky, Matej Vaclav Steyer, Vaclav Karel HolanRovensky, Jan Josef Bozan, Karel Frantisek Rosenmuller and Antonin Konias (the latter otherwise notorious for burning Czech non-Catholic books).
Author Christoph Rosenmuller (assistant professor in the Department of History, Middle Tennessee State University) reveals the devastating depth of corruption in the Duke's court, including the alliances he built with the local population to deny reform efforts originating from Spain.
It will include two cantatas by J S Bach and movements from his masterpiece The Art of Fugue as well as works by Johann Rosenmuller.
Rosenmuller is now responsible for the creative implementation of national productions.