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Did you know ...
- ... that in 2001 Ewa Ziarek wrote the book An Ethics of Dissensus?
- ... that Bishop Franz Kamphaus opposed the pope, "convinced that our way of counselling women would save the lives of many more children"?
- ... that Birgit Keil, prima ballerina of the Stuttgart Ballet under John Cranko, inspired international choreographers such as Kenneth MacMillan, John Neumeier and Heinz Spoerli?
- ... that rehearsing Dvořák's Eighth Symphony, a conductor said: "Gentlemen, in Bohemia the trumpets never call to battle – they always call to the dance!"?
- ... that in Handel's Messiah, Part II contains the famous Hallelujah Chorus and the oratorio's longest movement, the air for alto He was despised?
- ... that translators of Franz Kafka's works must cope with ambiguous words like Verkehr, which refers both to traffic and sexual intercourse?
- ... that Epitaphium, composed for string trio by Graham Waterhouse, is performed today in Wigmore Hall in a memorial concert for his father, the bassoonist William Waterhouse? (16 April 2011)
- ... that Michael Herrmann is founder-director of the Rheingau Musik Festival, which holds about 150 concerts every season in vineyards and historical buildings?
- ... that Patrice Chéreau, the stage director of the Jahrhundertring in Bayreuth, directed the film Intimacy, which "sparked a debate about unsimulated sex on screen"?
- ... that Johann Sebastian Bach reworked music from more than three decades earlier for the central piece Crucifixus in the symmetrical structure of his Mass in B minor?
- ... that Karlheinz Oswald created sculptures of Cardinal Volk, Pierre de Coubertin, and Hildegard of Bingen?
- ... that Bach marked to repeat the opening chorus of cantata Erschallet, ihr Lieder, erklinget, ihr Saiten! BWV 172 after the final chorale?
- ... that it took more than half a century to complete the Neue Bach-Ausgabe, the second edition of the collected works of Johann Sebastian Bach?
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