Liebermann


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Lie·ber·mann

(lē'ber-mahn),
Leo von S., Hungarian physician, 1852-1926. See: Liebermann-Burchard reaction, Liebermann-Burchard test.
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A sudden appearance of the D, E flat, C, B motif beloved of Shostakovich, who Liebermann has acknowledged as a major influence, pervaded the work until its haunting songlike ending.
As a composer more interested in tonal beauty and human drama than innovation and the progress of history, Lowell Liebermann excites both performers and audiences with his music.
Although quantitative information is not available, earlier contributions (Joan 1927, Schiuma 1938, Daguerre 1940, Liebermann & Schiuma 1946, Liebermann 1972, COPR 1982, Mariottini et al.
Liebermann was a leading figure in the avant-garde artist group of Berlin Secession which promoted impressionism in Wilhelmine Germany.
By October 1977, he was ready to play through the short score for Liebermann.
A HOARD of art found in Germany last year, some of which was apparently seized by the Nazis, included works ranging from Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Max Liebermann and others dating back to the 16th century.
Songs from the Underground (to poems by the likes of Yeats, Shelley Milton, Wordsworth, Whitman and Auden); and Lowell Liebermann is represented by Night Songs, notable for some mysterious and haunting figures in the accompaniments.
Liebermann got his way, backed by Paul Cassirer, the dealer who had brought Nolde into the Secession.
One Tel Aviv local, Danny Liebermann, 36, said: "The Palestinian rockets are getting bigger and everyone is preparing for war.
Liebermann also referred to the massive demonstrations in 2009 in which thousands of Iranians took to the streets to dispute the election results that gave Mahmoud Ahmadinejad another term as president.
According to AP, Liebermann said on Sunday, "there is no chance that Israel will agree to any kind of change.
Ramallah: August 22 -- (BNA) The Palestinian Authority (PA)'s spokesman, Nabil Abu Rudeina, objected to the Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liebermann's statements in which Liebermann pointed out the need to get rid of the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, and described them as provocative, objectionable, condemnable and expressive of political bankruptcy.