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weber

 (Wb) [web´er]
the SI unit of magnetic flux which, linking a circuit of one turn, produces in it an electromotive force of one volt as it is reduced to zero at a uniform rate in one second.

Web·er

(web'ĕr),
Rainer, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Weber stain.

We·ber

(vā'bĕr),
Ernst Heinrich, German physiologist and anatomist, 1795-1878. See: Weber glands, Weber law, Weber paradox, Weber test, Fechner-Weber law, Weber-Fechner law.

Web·er

(web'ĕr),

We·ber

(vā'bĕr),
Moritz Ignaz, German anatomist, 1795-1875. See: Weber organ.

Web·er

(web'ĕr),
Hermann, English physician, 1823-1918. See: Weber sign, Weber syndrome.

We·ber

(web'ĕr),
Wilhelm E., German physicist, 1804-1891. See: Weber point, Weber triangle.

web·er (Wb),

(web'ĕr),
SI unit of magnetic flux, equal to volt-seconds (V·s).
[Wilhelm E. Weber, 1804-1891]

web·er

(Wb) (vā'bĕr)
SI unit of magnetic flux, equal to volt-seconds (V·s).
[Wilhelm E. Weber, 1804-1891]
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Ross can wax downright rhapsodic about these composers, as when he writes of Sibelius's Fifth Symphony, "The swan hymn transcends the depiction of nature; it is like a spiritual force in animal form." Meanwhile, he repeatedly identifies Schoenberg and his pupils Webern and Alban Berg with the demonic atonalist composer Adrian Leverkuhn in Thomas Mann's novel Doctor Faustus, who proposes to "take back" Beethoven's Ode to Joy once and for all.
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But I don't think we have attacked the great heroes of 12-equal: Schoenberg, Webern, Boulez, Babbitt, and many others--either their music or their philosophy.
This extra disc includes short works or excerpts from Mozart, Shostakovich, Dvorak, Ives, Webern, Schubert, Bartok, and Beethoven, and serves as the icing on the cake.
It covers 10 composers, starting with Anton Webern in 1945 and ending with John Lennon in 1980, all of whom were killed in parallel mysterious circumstances.
Actors play Schoenberg's friends and students Anton Webern, Alban Berg, Hanns Eisler and Alma Mahler.
Shreffler's Wehern and the Lyric Impulse: Songs and Fragments on Poems of Georg Trakl and Kathryn Bailey's Webern Studies, it is an apparent desire to regenerate interest in Webern among readers weary of his construction as mathematical, intellectual harbinger of high modernism.
"Don't do this to me, little bird," I say, "there's too much riding on this - my sanity, for instance." I go back inside, where I am greeted by the sounds of Webern's String Quartet op.