Sachs, Hans

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Hans, German bacteriologist, 1877-1945.
Sachs-Georgi test - the first precipitin test for syphilis of diagnostic practicality.
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Both were composed in the mid-sixteenth century by the most famous of all Meistersinger, the Nuremberg poet Hans Sachs (1494-1576) (1), and both offer a privileged view into a contemporaneous anxiety about figural commemoration and reproduction in bronze and stone, a pre-occupation encountered in the works of several of Sachs's contemporaries and near-contemporaries.
(17) English-speaking readers are referred to Hans Sachs: Nine Carnival Plays, trans.
Over a period of more than 40 years, Hans Sachs had amassed a valuable and unique poster collection comprising in excess of 12,500 items.
In all four versions of the story--the Volksbuch, Hans Sachs, the play published in 1620, and Old Fortunatus--the impoverished Fortunatus is alone in the wood when Fortune appears, hut Echo, who repeats fragments of Fortunatus's lament, is "present" only in Old Fortunatus and the 1620 text.
He sang with New York's Metropolitan Opera from 1954 to 1974, featuring in 399 performances of 37 roles, including Boris in Boris Godunov; Ramfis in Aida; Figaro in The Marriage of Figaro; Don Basilio in Barber of Seville; Phillip II in Don Carlo; and Hans Sachs in Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg.
In 1961, Hans Sachs, assuming that the collection had been destroyed, accepted compensation of about 38,000 dollars.
"For an emerging opera singer, BBC Cardiff Singer of theWorld is a priceless opportunity," says the father-of-three who last year experienced a career highlight when he sang the role of Hans Sachs in Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg withWelsh National Opera.
The exhibition includes portraits of Bryn Terfel in Verdi's opera Falstaff and as Hans Sachs in the awardwining production of Wagner's Die Meistersinger.
Bryn Terfel is wonderful as the warm-hearted cobbler Hans Sachs while Christopher Purves makes a thoroughly likeable 'baddy' as clerk Sixtus Beckmesser.
I am speaking to him shortly after he has made a trip to New York to publicise the company's forthcoming production of Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nrnberg, in which he is to sing the challenging role of Hans Sachs (Meistersinger).
Die Hecastus-Dramen von Georgius Macropedius und Hans Sachs. By Raphael Dammer and Benedikt JeBing.
Some essays focus on a single work, whereas others provide an overview of an author (Konrad von Wurzburg, Hans Sachs) or genre (late medieval and sixteenth-century song-types, political poetry).