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Repertories

Homeopathic reference books consisting of descriptions of symptoms. The process of selecting a homeopathic remedy from the patient's symptom profile is called repertorizing.
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Later there were card repertories, additions to the repertory, and in the revival of homoeopathy towards the end of the 20th century, works by van Zandvoort (3), Schroyens (4) and Murphy.
(17) The company focus similarly enables Knutson to give sustained attention to such plays as The Devil's Charter and The Captain, but it also permits a sly revaluation of Shakespeare, whom she presents as sublimely gifted, not as a dramatist per se, but in his understanding of how repertories work: 'In addition to providing the company with new and old plays in the number needed by the Elizabethan repertory system, Shakespeare supplied the kinds of plays that audiences liked, with stories that they liked, in dramatic formulas that they liked'.
The book's tripartite division--and for obvious reasons, this review--is weighted naturally towards Tyler's authorship of parts 1 and 2, or to the more plentiful four- and five-course repertories, which roughly correspond to the "Renaissance" and "Baroque" guitar, respectively.
Current scholarship is just beginning to investigate the history of repertories in nineteenth-century America.
The only bandora sources as such are consort partbooks; all the solo music is to be found scattered through lute sources, though often not segregated from the lute repertories despite the fact that the bandora uses a different tuning.
This work has two aims: the first, to add nuance to repertory-driven readings of the riot and qualify its central role in the stories of amphitheatre and hall playgoing and repertories; the second, to negotiate with readings of early modern drama that prioritize audience demand as determinate of repertory composition, and that tend to measure the value of the Red Bull repertory insofar as it appealed to plebeian patrons.
There is clearly a need for the repertories identified by Kendrick to be collected and published in modern editions so that this music can be heard by a wider audience.
Ward) -- the latter a salutary contribution on the institutions, repertories, composers, and performers of areas that, presumably due to a lack of awareness of available sources, have hitherto escaped the perusal of the Western researcher.
Nowadays, major ballet companies across the country and the world have included in their repertories some production of Romeo and Juliet.
Works about such pop culture fixtures as vampires and monsters, and scores based on the hits of Elvis Presley and Rolling Stones are turning up in the repertories of troupes across the country.
The book comprises a lengthy introduction, a segment devoted to philosophical, methodological and practical difficulties facing the researcher, three sections which treat Italian Renaissance courts, religious institutions and academies and their distinct repertories, and a final section which addresses the simultaneous rise of impresarial opera and the decline of humanistic and princely support.

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