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Isabel Aretz-Thiele was born in Buenos Aires. She earned a doctorate in music from Catholic University of Argentina in After completing her initial studies, Aretz became a senior lecturer at the National Conservatory and began work as an ethnomusic researcher and composer.

In her orchestral work Punto premiered at the Teatro Cervantes. In the next decade, she collected and recorded traditional music, traveling in ArgentinaParaguayUruguayChileBolivia and Peru. She was asked that same year to organize the music section of the Folklore Research Service established in Venezuela, and she continued her research on folk music there.

She was also a guest lecturer at other universities in Mexico and Colombia. Aretz-Thiele published a number of journal articles and about twenty-five books on American folklore, plus an autobiography. After her husband died inshe was appointed a member of the Academy of Arts and Sciences in Argentina, and she returned to San Isidro to live and work until her death in June Aretz-Thiele composed works for orchestra, symphonies, symphonic plays and choral works, and piano and harpsichord suites.

Career After completing her initial studies, Aretz became a senior lecturer at the National Conservatory and began work as an ethnomusic researcher and composer. In the next decade, she collected and recorded traditional music, traveling in Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia and Peru.

She was asked that same year to organize the music section of the Folklore Research Service established in Vene Cover of the first edition of Alma Llanera, unofficial second national anthem of Venezuela Several styles of the traditional music of Venezuela, such as salsa and merengue, are common to its Caribbean neighbors.

Perhaps the most typical Venezuelan music is joropo, a rural form which originated in the llanos, or plains. Genres Joropo Venezuelan Joropo. Since then a slick, contemporary form of pop-llanera has developed which has earned the scorn of some purists who perceive it as stale and watered-down.

In a similar vein, there is also neo-folklore, which takes traditional music and arranges it in an electronic style. This is a list of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in Allen, Professor of Chemistry, Princeton University: Nineteenth-century composer and pianist Clara Wieck Schumann The following is a list of female composers in the Western concert tradition, ordered by their year of birth. The reasons for women’s exclusion are various. The musicologist Marcia Citron speculated that women composers were deemed less important than men because women typically wrote smaller works, such as art songs, rather than large works, such as symphonies, for public performance in large halls.

Female composers were long barred from the profession, owing in part to the essentialist notion that women could not, in Citron’s words, “control emotion with logic and reason, masculine attributes requisite for composition. Antonietta Paule Pepin Fitzpatrick 9 April — 14 Novemberalso known as Nenette, was a French composer, pianist and lyricist, wife of the Argentine singer Atahualpa Yupanqui.

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Biography Nenette was born on the island of Saint Pierre et Miquelon, French overseas territory located in the Atlantic coast of Canada. Since the island is aretx French colony, Nenette had French citizenship her whole life.

Her family called her Nenette affectively since she was a child, diminutive of Antonietta. In her infancy, during the First World War, she moved to France with her parents and her older sister Jeanne Henriette. In Jeanne finished areetz education and embarked to Buenos Aires with a dance company, where she met her first husband and stayed to live in Argentina.


Two years afterwards Nenette finished elementary school and Jeanne invited her and her father to move to Argentina. Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, is a Cuban musicologist, cellist and professor.

This article provides a list of female composers, sorted alphabetically by surname. For a list of female composers sorted by year of birth, see List of female composers by birth year. This is a list of composers by name, alphabetically sorted by surname, then by other names.

The list of composers is by no means complete. It is not limited by classifications such as genre areetz time period; however, it includes only isabbel composers of significant fame, notability or importance who also have current Wikipedia articles. For lists of music composers by other classifications, see lists of composers. This list is not for arrangers or lyricists see list of music arrangers and lyricistsunless they are also composers.

Likewise, songwriters are isqbel separately, for example in a list of singer-songwriters and list of Songwriters Hall of Fame inductees. This is a list of composers afetz 20th-century classical music, sortable by name, year of birth, year of death, nationality, notable works, and remarks. Agetz includes only composers of significant fame and importance. The style of the composer’s music is given where possible, bearing in mind that some defy simple classification.

Names are listed first by year of birth, then in alphabetical order within each year. The 20th-century is defined by the calendar rather than by any unifying characteristics of musical style or attitude, and is therefore not an era of the same order as the classical or romantic.

However, the century can be divided into modern and postmodern eras that overlap and can be defined more by differences in attitude than style. This list contains musical instruments of symbolic or cultural importance within a nation, state, ethnicity, tribe or other group of people. In some cases, national instruments remain in wide use within the nation such as the Puerto Rican cuatrobut in others, their importance is primarily symbolic such as the Welsh triple harp.

Danish ethnologist Lisbet Torp has concluded that some national instrument traditions, such as the Finnish kantele, are invented, pointing to the “influence of intellectuals and nationalists in the nationwide promotion of selected musical instruments as a vehicle for nationalistic ideas”.

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This is a areyz of 21st-century classical composers, sortable by name, year of arefz and year of death. The list includes composers who have made a significant impact on the world of classical music sincewhether through major festivals and promoters of contemporary music, broadcast media or commercial recording izabel widely distributed labels. These composers work in the tradition of classical music. The 21st-century is defined by the calendar rather than by any unifying characteristics of musical style or attitude, and is therefore not an era of the same order as the classical or romantic.

However, the century to date can be considered a continuation of the postmodern era that began during the 20th-century and differs from the earlier modern era in matters of attitude more than style. The following is wretz list of notable people who died in June June 1 Dmitri Bystrov, 37, Russian footballer. George Mikan, 80, American basketball Hall of Famer. Geoffrey Toone, 94, British-based Irish actor. Samir Kassir, 45, Lebanese journalist who supported democracy, assassinated.

Mike Marshall, 60, French-American actor, known for role in Moonraker. Alan Williams, 77, British economist.

Teodoro Benigno, 82, Filipino journalist. Michael Billington, 63, British actor. Harold Cardinal, 60, Canadian Cree writer, lung cancer. Nzo Ekangaki, 71, Cameroonian Sylvia Constantinidis born December 3, is a Venezuelan-American pianist, composer, and conductor.

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She was born in Redford, Michigan. Margaret spent her first 13 years on a dairy and potato farm owned by her father, located at the corner of Plymouth and Telegraph roads in Redford Township, Michigan.

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When Charles died inMargaret and raetz mother, Bessie, moved into Redford and later to the village of Plymouth. Bessie purchased property in the village and built the home where Margaret resided. Margaret attended the country school where her father was a student, and was then sent to Dana Hall, a private school in Wellesley, Massachusetts.

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Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel[21], Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, and the joint Egyptian-Israeli blockade of Gaza have exacerbated the conflict. The international community considers indiscriminate attacks on civilians and civilian structures that do not discriminate between civilians and military targets illegal under international law. The following is a list of alleged and confirmed assassinations reported to have been conducted by the State of Israel. It includes attempts on notable persons who were reported to have been specifically targeted by the various Israeli security, intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

According to Eyal Weizman, “targeted assassinations have become the most significant and frequent form of Israeli military attack”, and serve not only to contain terror but as a “political tool” to control Palestinian territories Israel has otherwise withdrawn from.

In response to protests over the number of civilians killed in targeting operations, and the refusal of a number of pilots to engage jsabel such missions inIsrael set up groups to minimize collateral damage in to establish acceptable levels of damage to bystanders. In “focused lethality munitions”, missiles with intense but highly localized explosive were introduced to this end, and in November a legal committee was set up to rule on assassinations.

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