The M. Leonhardt Lectures – Tatort. KG 311. Format: Lathe Cut, LP, Album. Lathe-cut 12inch LP in the series FLUXUS +/-, as a tribute to actress Miranda Leonhardt, lim. and numbered 25 copies.
Leonhardt is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: David Leonhardt (born 1973), a business journalist, and Pulitzer Prize winner with the New York Times. Fritz Leonhardt (1909–1999), German civil engineer. Gustav Leonhardt (1928–2012), Dutch musician. Paul Saladin Leonhardt, (1877–1934), German chess master. Robert Leonhardt (1877–1923), Austria-born baritone. Wolfgang Leonhard (1921–2014), German political author, publicist, and historian.
Album für 0,99 € kaufen. Titel ab 0,99 €. Kostenlos mit Apple Music-Abo. 11 August 2017 ·. Getting into that Logic Pro workflow one track at a time. This is the nineth Episode of Sessions mixed by Leonhardt März. This month, the whole set is about leftfield and. 2 May 2017 ·. Leonhardt März uploaded "Sessions // Leonhardt März". Sessions // Leonhardt März. This is the eigth Episode of Sessions mixed by Leonhardt März.
The M. Leonhardt Lectures. KG 311 Type: Lathe Cut, LP, Album Country: Germany Date of released: 2016 Category: Non-Music Style: Sound Poetry. The M. Leonhardt Lectures - Tatort MP3 version.
name root ( LEWA(N)- HARDUZ, HARDU- LEONHARD) (Ó LEANNáIN). This name derives from the Germanic name of a 6th century Frankish saint Leonhard, composed of two elements: The Ancient Germanic lewa(n)- (Ancient Greek: Leōn Λέων ; Latin: leō, leōnis) (lion) plus harduz, hardu- (hard, strong, brave, valiant, powerful one). In turn, the name means strong as the lion, brave lion, bold as a lion . leonhardt Danish, German.
He was a leading figure in the movement to perform music on period instruments. Leonhardt professionally played many instruments, including the harpsichord, pipe organ, claviorganum (a combination of harpsichord and organ), clavichord, fortepiano and piano. He also conducted orchestras and choruses.
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The lectures run over 11 hours. You can watch the first lecture (on Musical Phonology) above, and find the remaining five lectures below. The lectures can also be purchased as DVDs or in book format. Lecture 2: Musical Syntax. Lecture 3: Musical Semantics. Watched the Norton Lectures when first broadcast on PBS (1973?). Purchased the lectures in book form (with 3 33rpm records) in 1976. The book was published by Harvard University press, its ISBN is 0-674-92000-7.