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…Žiarinka is a musical ensemble that was established in 1995. The principal instrument of the ensemble is the mandolin. Children also play the guitar, accordion, keyboards, flute and drums. Their repertory is wide and includes sequences…
…Švejk is the subject of films, plays, an opera, a musical, comic books, and statues, even the theme of restaurants in a number of European countries. The novel is also the subject of an unpublished operetta by Peter Gammond. Švejk has…
…Šaper became interested in forming a musical group with his friend Nebojša Krstić and at a party during the late 1979 he made a deal with his close high school friend Vlada Divljan to start playing together. Šaper was to play guitar,…
… urbanized it after the Second Serbian Uprising. The period from 1820-1850 saw the establishment for the first time in Šabac of a hospital, a pharmacy, a Serbian grammar school, a gymnasium, a theatre, and a musical society.
…Čičak (a.k.a.Burdock) attended secondary school, the First Gymnasium of Sarajevo from 1961-1965 in a period of strong music influences from USA and UK which shaped up both mainstream and new wave across the former Yugoslavia. As curious fellow he scapegoated many gymnasium classes for his adventures into uncharted territory of organising concerts, writing poetry, moderating music events and editing a gymnasium Newsletter Polet. There he caught a particular interest for poetry in music or music in poetry and in coming years he found himself reciting verses of his own at different student manifestation. Old Sarajevans who remember those days are still vividly talking about interesting, beatniks-like stage set up where actress Etela Pardo and actor Branko Ličen were reciting Čičak’s verses, while renown composer Ranko Rihtman was providing a musical coverage on keyboards.
…Čiurlionis was a musical prodigy: he could play by ear at age three and could sight-read music freely by age seven. Three years out of primary school, he went to study at the musical school of Polish Prince Michał Ogiński in Plungė, where he learned to play several instruments, in particular the flute, from 1889 to 1893. Supported by Prince Ogiński’s ‘scholarship’ Čiurlionis studied piano and composition at Warsaw Conservatory from 1894 to 1899. For his graduation, in 1899, he wrote a cantata for mixed chorus and symphonic orchestra titled De Profundis, with the guidance of the composer Zygmunt Noskowski. Later he attended composition lectures at the Leipzig Conservatory from 1901 to 1902.
…Émile Paladilhe was born in Montpellier. He was a musical child prodigy, and moved from his home in the south of France to Paris to begin his studies at the Conservatoire de Paris at age 10. He became an accomplished pianist, and was the youngest winner of the Prix de Rome, three years after Bizet, in 1860. For a time Galli-Marié was his lover, and she helped create some of his works. Paladilhe married the daughter of the librettist Ernest Legouvé. He formed a friendship with the elderly Charles Gounod.
…École secondaire Grande-Rivière: a francophone high school, located on Broad street, this school teaches well over 2000 students, and supports an additional 100+ staff members, including teachers, administrators, janitors, and other service personnel. It is the largest secondary school in the sector. It sports a standard programme, a musical concentration programme, an artistic concentration programme, an IB Middle Years Programme, the International Programme (P.E.I), and several support programmes for students in difficulty. It also has a small community of highly active students who participate in the organization of school activities.
Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger the Movie: Gaburincho of Music (Gekijōban Jūden Sentai Kyōryūjā Gaburincho Obu Myūjikku) is a 2013 film adaptation of the Japanese Super Sentai television series Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger. It was released on August 3, 2013, as a double-bill with the Kamen Rider Series film Kamen Rider Wizard in Magic Land. The film guest stars gravure idol Shizuka Nakamura as a supporting role. Gaburincho of Music is a musical.
Zydeco a musical genre that evolved in Southwest Louisiana by French Creole speakers is more popular in Southeast Texas cities in Houston, Beaumont, Port Arthur, and Orange.
Zuleika is a musical with music by Peter Tranchell and book and lyrics by James Ferman. The musical is based on the 1911 novel, Zuleika Dobson, by Max Beerbohm.
Zugzwang is a musical work by Juan Maria Solare.
Zorro the musical ended its West End run on the 14th of March 2009. Since closing in London, Zorro has appeared in other countries such as France, Japan, China, Korea, the Netherlands, Russia, Bulgaria, Israel and Brazil. Worldwide the show has grossed more than $70 million to date in ticket sales and earned several awards and nominations including the Laurence Olivier Awards for Best Actor for the show’s star, Matt Rawle and for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical for Lesli Margherita.
Zorro is a musical with music by the Gipsy Kings and John Cameron, a book by Stephen Clark and Helen Edmundson, and lyrics by Stephen Clark. It is inspired by the 2005 fictional biography Zorro, the first original story of the pulp hero Zorro, written by Chilean author Isabel Allende (itself a prequel to the events of the original Zorro story, the 1919 novella The Curse of Capistrano by Johnston McCulley). It also contains numerous references to earlier Zorro-related works, especially the 1998 film The Mask of Zorro. The original musical did a trial run tour which proved to be successful, and led to a transfer to the West End (which included some minor changes such as the recasting of the roles of Luisa and Ramon).
Zorba is a musical with a book by Joseph Stein, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and music by John Kander. Adapted from the 1952 novel Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis and the subsequent 1964 film of the same name, it focuses on the friendship that evolves between Zorba and Nikos, a young American who has inherited an abandoned mine on Crete, and their romantic relationships with a local widow and a French woman, respectively.
Zonker Harris (his full name is revealed in Doonesbury: A Musical Comedy to be Edgar Zonker Harris) is the stereotypical unfocused confused hippie character in Garry Trudeau’s comic strip Doonesbury. He made his first appearance as a perennial pot-smoking pest plaguing B.D.’s football team in 1971. He moved with Mike, B.D., and the gang to a rural commune (named Walden in homage to Thoreau’s 19th century idyll).
Zoblazo is a musical style from Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, created in the early 1990s. It is a cosmopolitan popular dance music with simple up-tempo rhythm and high tech instrumentation and contains a mixture of traditional dance rhythms from southern Côte d’Ivoire.
Zipp!, One Hundred Musicals for Less Than the Price of One, is a musical revue conceived by Gyles Brandreth and Stewart Nicholls. It opened in the West End’s Duchess Theatre on February 4, 2003, following previews from January 24. It closed on April 19, 2003.
Zip Goes a Million is a musical with a book and lyrics by Eric Maschwitz and music by George Posford, based on the 1902 novel Brewster’s Millions. It premiered in London in 1951, starring George Formby, and ran for 544 performances.
Zingaia is a musical group in the genres of contemporary world music, new-age music and Ethnic electronica. They have released three albums and have appeared on six compilations, including the Billboard charting album Buddha-Lounge 3.
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