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A Name for Ferdinand By Charles Phinizy
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Ferdinand Sorenson's Meditation in F Major By Ferdinand Sorenson
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Ferdinand Sorenson, a professional musician, conductor and music educator, composed as a hobby. Born in Grenaa Denmark in 1882. He studied violin with his father Lars Sorenson, Norwegian violinist... More > Willard Weihe and Mose Christensen. In Boise, Idaho Ferdinand played in the Christensen orchestra, string quartet and taught dancing at the Christensen dance school. Ferdinand attended the New York College of Music and studied cello with William Ebann form 1905 to 1908. In Spokane, Washington he conducted a Vaudeville theater orchestra, played in the Gesner-Sorenson String Quartet, Herbst String Quartet, Spokane Citizen Band, Chuck Whitehead Orchestra and in the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. The Spokane Symphony performed his work for string orchestra The American Desert in 1922. Moving to Portland, Oregon in 1924 he played in the Portland Symphony Orchestra. As an adjunct professor, Ferdinand taught over the years at Pacific University, the University of Oregon and Portland State University.< Less
Ferdinand Sorenson's Gavotte in D Major By Ferdinand Sorenson
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Ferdinand Sorenson, a professional musician, conductor and music educator, composed as a hobby. Born in Grenaa Denmark in 1882. He studied violin with his father Lars Sorenson, Norwegian violinist... More > Willard Weihe and Mose Christensen. In Boise, Idaho Ferdinand played in the Christensen orchestra, string quartet and taught dancing at the Christensen dance school. Ferdinand attended the New York College of Music and studied cello with William Ebann form 1905 to 1908. In Spokane, Washington he conducted a Vaudeville theater orchestra, played in the Gesner-Sorenson String Quartet, Herbst String Quartet, Spokane Citizen Band, Chuck Whitehead Orchestra and in the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. The Spokane Symphony performed his work for string orchestra The American Desert in 1922. Moving to Portland, Oregon in 1924 he played in the Portland Symphony Orchestra. As an adjunct professor, Ferdinand taught over the years at Pacific University, the University of Oregon and Portland State University.< Less
Ferdinand Sorenson's Minuet in G Major By Ferdinand Sorenson
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Ferdinand Sorenson, a professional musician, conductor and music educator, composed as a hobby. Born in Grenaa Denmark in 1882. He studied violin with his father Lars Sorenson, Norwegian violinist... More > Willard Weihe and Mose Christensen. In Boise, Idaho Ferdinand played in the Christensen orchestra, string quartet and taught dancing at the Christensen dance school. Ferdinand attended the New York College of Music and studied cello with William Ebann form 1905 to 1908. In Spokane, Washington he conducted a Vaudeville theater orchestra, played in the Gesner-Sorenson String Quartet, Herbst String Quartet, Spokane Citizen Band, Chuck Whitehead Orchestra and in the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. The Spokane Symphony performed his work for string orchestra The American Desert in 1922. Moving to Portland, Oregon in 1924 he played in the Portland Symphony Orchestra. Ferdinand conducted community orchestras and the women’s orchestra at Marylhurst College.< Less
Ferdinand Hodler: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Ferdinand Hodler was one of the famous Swiss painters of the 19th century. His early maturity paintings were landscapes, figure compositions, and portraits, treated with a strong realism. He made a... More > voyage to Basel in 1875, where he studied the paintings of Hans Holbein. In the last decade of the 19th century his work progressed to combine influences from several genres including symbolism and art nouveau. He developed a style which he called "Parallelism", characterized by groupings of figures symmetrically arranged in poses suggesting ritual or dance. Hodler's work in his final phase took on an expressionist aspect with strongly coloured and geometrical figures. Landscapes were pared down to essentials, sometimes consisting of a jagged wedge of land between water and sky. These mystical, non-realistic paintings depicting an escape from the bourgeois cares of modern life gained Hodler first notoriety and then popularity.< Less
Ferdinand Hodler: 162 Paintings By Maria Tsaneva
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Ferdinand Hodler was one of the famous Swiss painters of the 19th century. His early maturity paintings were landscapes, figure compositions, and portraits, treated with a strong realism. He made a... More > voyage to Basel in 1875, where he studied the paintings of Hans Holbein. In the last decade of the 19th century his work progressed to combine influences from several genres including symbolism and art nouveau. He developed a style which he called "Parallelism", characterized by groupings of figures symmetrically arranged in poses suggesting ritual or dance. Hodler's work in his final phase took on an expressionist aspect with strongly colored and geometrical figures. Landscapes were pared down to essentials, sometimes consisting of a jagged wedge of land between water and sky. These mystical, non-realistic paintings depicting an escape from the bourgeois cares of modern life gained Hodler first notoriety and then popularity.< Less
The Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella By W.H. PRESCOTT
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W.H. PRESCOTT The Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella William Hickling Prescott was born at Salem, Massachusetts, on May 4, 1796. His first great historical work, "The History of the Reign of... More > Ferdinand and Isabella," published in 1838, was compiled under circumstances of extraordinary difficulty. During most of the time of its composition the author was deprived of sight, and was dependent on having all documents read to him. Before it was completed he recovered the use of his eyes, and was able to correct and verify. Nevertheless, the changes required were few. The "Conquest of Mexico" and "Conquest of Peru" (see ante) followed at intervals of five and four years, and ten years later the uncompleted "Philip II." He died in New York on January 28, 1859.< Less
The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom By Tobias Smollett
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You and I, my good friend, have often deliberated on the difficulty of writing such a dedication as might gratify the self-complacency of a patron, without exposing the author to the ridicule or... More > censure of the public; and I think we generally agreed that the task was altogether impracticable.— Indeed, this was one of the few subjects on which we have always thought in the same manner. For, notwithstanding that deference and regard which we mutually pay to each other, certain it is, we have often differed, according to the predominancy of those different passions, which frequently warp the opinion, and perplex the understanding of the most judicious.< Less
The Tale of Ferdinand Frog By donnette davis
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Grotto & Ferdinand By Frank Cooler
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Zijn naam is Kleine Ferdinand. Hij reist van land tot land. Ferdinand de Grote is zijn pa. Clothilde de Flinke z'n mama. Niet groter dan zijn vaders zwaard beklimt hij met een touwladder z'n... More > paard, beleeft avonturen en ontdekt geheimen, is dapper en kan ook nog rijmen. Hij is bekend in ieder land. Zijn naam is Kleine Ferdinand.< Less