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    dusseldorf
  • an industrial city in western Germany on the Rhine
  • An industrial city in northwestern Germany, on the Rhine River, capital of North Rhine-Westphalia; pop. 577,560
  • Dusseldorf is the capital city of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia and center of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region.
  • An Altbier brewed in the Dusseldorf area of Germany. A well balanced, bitter yet malty, clean, smooth, well-attenuated amber-colored German ale.
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The Dusseldorf School of Photography
The Dusseldorf School of Photography
The German photographic movement commonly known as the Dusseldorf School of Photography has become synonymous with artistic excellence and innovation. It began in the mid-1970s at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf, under the instruction of the photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher, known for their comparative grids of mundane industrial buildings captured with an objective and clinical eye. This school has not only birthed some of today's most important and successful photographers, but has also had a fundamental and lasting influence on the history of the medium. The Dusseldorf School of Photography presents over 160 images in a spectacular overview of the breadth of the Dusseldorf School from the early 1970s to today. This impeccable survey is filled with superb reproductions of the best-known photographs by three generations of key Dusseldorf artists: Bernd and Hilla Becher, Laurenz Berges, Elger Esser, Andreas Gursky, Candida Hofer, Axel Hutte, Simone Nieweg, Thomas Ruff, Jorg Sasse, Thomas Struth and Petra Wunderlich. With a scholarly text, extensive artist bios and a plate section dedicated to each of these artists, The Dusseldorf School of Photography offers the first comprehensive assessment of this important photographic movement-one that dominates the salesrooms and museums of our times.

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William Sterndale Bennett, by Millais painted 1873
William Sterndale Bennett, by Millais painted 1873
Sir William Sterndale Bennett (April 13, 1816 - February 1, 1875) was an English composer and pianist. The portrait by Millais dates from 1873 two years before Bennett's death in 1875. It was painted in Millais' mature style with free brushwork reminicent of Velasquez. The musician is depicted in his Oxford university robes. Bennett was born at Sheffield, the son of Robert Bennett, an organist. Having lost his father at an early age, he was brought up at Cambridge by his grandfather, from whom he received his first musical education. He entered the choir of King's College chapel in 1824. In 1826 he entered the Royal Academy of Music, and remained a pupil of that institution for the next ten years, studying pianoforte under W. H. Holmes and Cipriani Potter, and composition under Charles Lucas and Dr Crotch. It was during this time that he wrote several of his most appreciated works, in which may be traced influences of the contemporary movement of music in Germany, which country he frequently visited during the years 1836-1842. At one of the Rhenish musical festivals in Dusseldorf he made the personal acquaintance of Mendelssohn, and soon afterwards renewed it at Leipzig, where the talented young Englishman was welcomed by the leading musicians of the rising generation. At one of the celebrated Gewandhaus concerts he played his third pianoforte concerto, which was received enthusiastically. A laudatory account of the event was written by Robert Schumann, who pronounced Bennett to be the most musikalisch of all Englishmen, and an angel of a musician (copying Pope Gregory I's pun on Angli and Angeli). But it was Mendelssohn's influence that dominated Bennett's mode of utterance. A good example of this may be studied in Bennett's Capriccio in D minor. His great success on the continent established his position on his return to England. In 1834 he was elected organist of St Anne's Chapel (now church), Wandsworth. In this year he composed his Overture to Parisina, and his Concerto in C minor, modelled on Mozart. An unpublished Concerto in F minor, and the Overture to The Naiads, impressed the firm of Broadwood and Sons so favourably in 1836 that they offered the composer a year in Leipzig, where the Naiads Overture was performed at a Gewandhaus concert on 13 February 1837. Bennett visited Leipzig a second time in 1840-1841, when he composed his Caprice in E for pianoforte and orchestra and his overture Die Waldnymphe (The Wood Nymphs). He settled in London, devoting himself chiefly to practical teaching. In 1844 he married Mary Anne, daughter of Captain James Wood, R.N. He was made Professor of Music, Cambridge University in 1856, the year in which he was engaged as permanent conductor of the Philharmonic Society. This latter post he held until 1866, when he became principal of the Royal Academy of Music. Owing to his professional duties, his latter years were not creatively fertile, and what he then wrote was scarcely equal to the productions of his youth. The principal charm of Bennett's compositions (not to mention his absolute mastery of the musical form) consists in the tenderness of their conception, rising occasionally to sweetest lyrical intensity. Except for opera, Bennett tried his hand at almost all the different forms of vocal and instrumental writing. His best works include piano music (his three sketches, The Lake, The Millstream and The Fountain, and his third piano concerto); orchestral music (his Symphony in G minor, and his overture The Naiads); and vocal music (his cantata The May Queen, written for the inaugural Leeds Festival in 1858). For the Golden Jubilee of the Philharmonic Society he wrote the overture Paradise and the Peri in 1862. He also wrote a sacred cantata, The Woman of Samaria, first performed at the Birmingham Triennial Music Festival in 1867. In 1870 the University of Oxford conferred upon him the honorary degree of D.C.L. A year later he was knighted, and in 1872 he received a public testimonial before a large audience at St James's Hall, London, the money subscribed being devoted to the foundation of a scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music. Shortly before his death he produced a sonata called The Maid of Orleans, an elaborate piece of programme-music based on Schiller's tragedy. He died at his house in St John's Wood, London.
Over Düsseldorf, Germany
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Experience Dusseldorf: A travel guide (2011)
This ebook is a handy and usable travel guide to Dusseldorf, Cologne, and Bonn. It was adapted for the Kindle from wikitravel.org*, which was named by Time magazine as one of the 50 best websites of 2008. This ebook has been prepared by Dolphin books specifically for the Amazon Kindle, and includes careful formatting and a hyperlinked table of contents.

This ebook contains no advertising. Dolphin books is not paid to endorse any products or services.

Among other things, this guide provides:

information about traveling to from and within Dusseldorf

useful telephone numbers

lists of events, landmarks, museums, and things to do

information on shopping, dining, drinking, and hotels

*wikitravel.org does not endorse this ebook nor any other product.

This ebook is a handy and usable travel guide to Dusseldorf, Cologne, and Bonn. It was adapted for the Kindle from wikitravel.org*, which was named by Time magazine as one of the 50 best websites of 2008. This ebook has been prepared by Dolphin books specifically for the Amazon Kindle, and includes careful formatting and a hyperlinked table of contents.

This ebook contains no advertising. Dolphin books is not paid to endorse any products or services.

Among other things, this guide provides:

information about traveling to from and within Dusseldorf

useful telephone numbers

lists of events, landmarks, museums, and things to do

information on shopping, dining, drinking, and hotels

*wikitravel.org does not endorse this ebook nor any other product.

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