Esher railway station

Esher railway station is a mid-priority stop on the South Western Main Line operated by South West Trains in England. The station adjoins the north of Esher with two footpaths skirting around Sandown Park Racecourse, 300m after the main entrance of which is the linear, commercial aspect of the town. At off-peak times two trains per hour in both directions call at Esher; the termini being London Waterloo station by the South Bank, London and the larger Surrey town of Woking.

When the railway arrived here in 1838 immediately a minor request stop opened on a station built here and named Ditton Marsh as the wetter part of Ditton Common. The common marks the boundary separating what was then the west of Thames Ditton, from Esher. The station was opened on 21 May 1838

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, and the name was soon changed to Esher and Hampton Court about 1840. It has since been renamed twice more: to Esher and Claremont[n 1] in July 1844, and to Esher on 1 June 1913

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. It has also been shown as Esher for Claremont, or as Esher for Sandown Park in some timetables.
The station and track is elevated with respect to the street level and recognisable by its distinctive wooden bridge, at an even higher level.
A special gate on the platform opens directly onto Sandown Park racecourse

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, particularly on its largest race days.
At off-peak times two trains per hour in both directions call at Esher; the termini being London Waterloo station by the South Bank, London and the larger Surrey town of Woking.
During peak hours additional trains operate.
To comply with distance travelled rules,[clarification needed] for longer distance destinations using stations to the south-west, Walton on Thames and Woking are the points of change for longer destinations, see stations below.
Two additional island platforms are disused and not accessible to passengers though passed by through trains.
The station is in the west of Weston Green which falls within the Esher post town. Within 10 metres is the start of Esher parish itself,[dubious – discuss] which has since its early medieval creation included the Sandown Park grounds. The station to the west has two footpaths skirting around Sandown Park Racecourse, 300m after the main entrance of which is the linear commercialised part of the town, followed by which are its other sublocalities: Lower Green, West End and Claremont. Esher is the closest railway station for all of Esher’s buildings by road. The eastern half of Weston Green is in the Thames Ditton post town and its closest station is on a short branch to Hampton Court, Thames Ditton railway station.
Esher railway station featured on Little Howard’s Big Question, a children’s TV show, when they confused the Dutch graphic and mathematical artist M. C. Escher with Esher and one of his drawings is mistakenly thought to be the railway station.

Tonico & Tinoco

Tonico e Tinoco were a Brazilian musica sertaneja duo from the state of São Paulo, composed of brothers Tonico (João Salvador Perez, March 2, 1917 – 1994) and Tinoco (José Perez, November 19, 1920–May 4, 2012), they are regarded among the most famous and prolific artists in sertanejo. With their first hit single, “Chico Mineiro” (1946), they were named “A Dupla Coração do Brasil” (“The Brazilian Heart Duo”). They performed more than 40,000 times between 1935 and 1994, recorded more than 1,000 songs and sold over 150 million albums despite never performing outside of Brazil.

Born in rural São Paulo to Spanish father Salvador Pérez and Brazilian mother Maria do Carmo, João and José Perez’s passion for music came from their maternal grandparents Olegario and Isabel, who played songs on an old accordion. The brothers quickly began to learn and play songs and had their first concert on August 15, 1935. Along with their cousin Miguel

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. The trio became known locally via radio broadcasts.
In 1937 the Pérez family relocated the city of Sorocaba, São Paulo. Tonico took up work in a quarry and cement factory while Tinoco turned to shining shoes and highway construction during Brazil’s economic crisis and the onset of World War II. With city life proving unbearable, the family returned to farming in the countryside. By now the Perez brothers were performing as a duo, and their return to their rural home afforded them opportunity to perform live on the radio while they continued to travel to the city on Sundays to pick up extra work. Traveling back and forth between São Paulo’s urban and rural areas helped the brothers to spread their music around the state, performing on the street

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, at festivals, entering contests and making appearances on many radio stations.
The duo made their recording debut on the Continental label in 1945 with the song “Em Vez de Me Agradecê” (“Instead of Thinking of Me”) the cateretê “. During the recording session, the brothers sang so loudly (as they did on the farm) that they overloaded and broke the microphone. The following year the duo broke through with the single “Chico Mineiro” making Tonico e Tinoco the most famous sertaneja duo in Brazil and making it possible for the brothers to buy a home for their family.
In 1961 Tonico and Tinoco made their cinematic debut in Eduardo Llorente film Lá no Meu Sertão, based on the life and work of the duo. While the film was in production

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, Tonico nearly died from tuberculosis and his brother Chiquinho filled in for him for both radio and studio appearances. Despite fears that Tonico would not be able to sing after surgery, the duo were soon performing again at full caliber.
In 1965 Eduardo Llorente featured the duo in another film, Obrigado à Matar, based on the legend of Chico Mineiro and the song of the same name that had made Tonico e Tinoco famous. Another film followed in 1969—A Marca da Ferradura (The Mark of the Horseshoe) by Nelson Teixeira Mendes and the following year the duo recorded a tribute album to Raul Torres which was completed two months after the singer died. Two less successful films—Llorente’s Os Três Justiceiros (The Three Gunslingers) and Osvaldo de Oliveira’s Luar do Sertão had the Perez brothers give up their acting career and focus solely on music.
On June 6, 1979, Tonico & Tinoco gave a three-hour concert for 2,500 people at the Municipal Theatre of São Paulo, a venue that had previously been used only for operas and ballets. In 1984, they returned to the screen as a cameo in Andrew Klotzel’s A Marvada Carne.
Tonico & Tinoco’s final concert was in Mato Grosso on August 7, 1994. Tonico died shortly thereafter. Tinoco continued to perform solo until his death on May 4, 2012, in São Paulo, due to complications after respiratory failure. He was 91 years old

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Thaila Zucchi

Thaila Lucia Zucchi (/ˈtaɪlə/; born 19 January 1981) is a British singer and actress of English and Italian descent. She began her career as a member of the British band allSTARS* before transitioning into acting, appearing in Big Brother 8 in the UK, where she played the part of fake Australian housemate Pauline. She has also appeared in Balls of Steel and Star Stories.

Zucchi was a member of allSTARS*, a band that started out on the children’s television show STARStreet (shown on CITV). She performed in more than twenty arenas around the UK, and on Top Of The Pops, CD:UK, and SMTV numerous times. The band was contracted to Island Records and enjoyed four top 20 hits and released an album, with tracks that were featured in the movies Thunderpants and Scooby Doo. Zucchi remains close friends with the other band members.[citation needed]
Zucchi appeared in Channel 4’s Balls of Steel. Her role on the show is known as the Bunny Boiler. She would find a man in a public place with his partner, and outrageously flirt with him to antagonise his partner. Her other television credits include The IT Crowd, Massive Balls of Steel, Popworld, Hyperdrive, non-televised pilots Pear Shaped and New Dogs

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In 2007, Zucchi entered the Big Brother UK house, pretending to be Pauline, a housemate from Australian Big Brother. She was working secretly for Big Brother as a mole, going to and from the house to appear on Big Brother’s Little Brother. She presented Big Brother’s Big Mouth, another spin-off show from 17–20 July 2007

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, as part of the lineup replacing ex-‘Big Mouth’ presenter, Russell Brand. Zucchi also appears in a DOE advertisement about the dangers of drunk driving. She was seen on the Hula Hoops adverts (Captain! The intercom!) and UK adverts for Brunchettas. Zucchi could once be seen with Des Lynam advertising Setanta Sports’ coverage of Premier League football. This advertising stopped with Setanta Sports going into administration.
In 2007, Zucchi appeared in an episode of sitcom Not Going Out as lap-dancer Rosie. She appears in season 2 of Strutter on MTV. She has presented a show on Virgin 1 called “Boob Envy” about how women see their breasts, during which she revealed she has ‘permanently erect nipples’, and is also part of the presenting team of Sky One’s Brainiac and the cast of the second series of Touch Me, I’m Karen Taylor for BBC Three. In 2009, she played a small role in one episode of Skins and an episode of Law and Order: UK broadcast on ITV on 23 September 2010. She is also in Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab and presents the “How Hard is Your Thing?” segment in Brainiac: Science Abuse.
Zucchi acted in Coming of Age in one episode as a French teacher which was first shown on 26 January 2010, has appeared in the series Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights, which started airing on 30 November 2010 and has starred in adverts for Sky Broadband. Most recently, she acted in several sketches in Charlie Brooker’s How TV Ruined Your Life. She appears in BBC reality TV series World Series of Dating as fictional host Poppy Weathers, which started airing on 26 March 2012. In January 2013 she played Paquita Manganara in BBC One’s comedy series Blandings.
She appeared as Police Sergeant Randall in the Channel 4 show Shameless.

Henry Somerset, 1st Duke of Beaufort

Henry Somerset, 1st Duke of Beaufort, KG, PC (1629 – 21 January 1700) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1654 and 1667, when he succeeded his father as 3rd Marquess of Worcester. He was styled Lord Herbert from 1644 until 3 April 1667. The Dukedom of Beaufort was bestowed upon him by King Charles II in 1682.

Henry Somerset was born at Raglan Castle in 1629, and from 1644 was styled Lord Herbert of Raglan.[a] As a reward for the services of his father Edward, he was promised, on 1 April 1646, the hand of Princess Elizabeth, the youngest daughter of King Charles I. He left the country during the First English Civil War, but returned by 1650.
His father’s estates had been forfeited, and those in Monmouthshire were held by Oliver Cromwell, but Herbert was given an allowance. Having renounced the Roman Catholic faith, to which his father had held, he became acceptable to Cromwell, and was known as plain Mr. Herbert. He adopted the “republican” form of marriage before a justice of the peace in 1657

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After Cromwell’s death Herbert then joined the party that demanded a “full and free parliament”, in practical terms demanding the Restoration of the House of Stuart. He was involved in the royalist plot of July 1659, and was committed to the Tower of London, whence he wrote to his wife on 20 August 1659 a letter taking a justly sanguine view of his situation. He was released on 1 November 1659, and was elected MP for Monmouthshire and for Wootton Basset in 1660; he chose to sit for Monmouthshire in the Convention Parliament. In 1661 he was re-elected MP for Monmouthshire in the Cavalier Parliament and sat until 1667 when he inherited a peerage.
As one of the twelve commissioners from the House of Commons who attended Charles II at Breda (7 May 1660), after Charles’s accession Herbert was appointed warden of the Forest of Dean (18 June), and also on 30 July, in response to appeals from local gentry, lord lieutenant of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, and Monmouthshire. The Monmouthshire estates, which he had obtained by reversion from Cromwell, were allowed to remain in his possession, though they should strictly have reverted to his father; the latter wrote to Lord Clarendon that his son was intriguing against him.
Lord Herbert kept aloof from court life, but maintained good relations with the Hydes. In 1662 he was occupied with the demolition of the walls and fortifications at Gloucester, but next year he pleaded for the retention of a garrison at Chepstow. In 1663 he entertained the king and queen at Badminton, Gloucestershire, an estate which he acquired by devise.[b] Herbert was created M.A. by Oxford University on 28 September in that year. He represented Monmouthshire in the House of Commons from 1660 to 1667, when on 3 April he succeeded his father as 3rd Marquess of Worcester.
Worcester was created Lord President of Wales of the Council of Wales and the Marches in April 1672, a Privy Councillor on 17 April in the same year, and was installed as a Knight of the Garter on 29 May 1672. During the Popish Plot he was forced to maintain a public attitude of complete credence in the Plot, although he was aware that at least one of the informers, William Bedloe, was in league with many of his enemies, notably John Arnold, to damage his career. Bedloe never dared to accuse Worcester himself; he did accuse his steward Charles Price, and some of his relatives, but his accusations were so feeble that the Government ignored them. A steady supporter of the Court party, he voted against the Exclusion Bill at the close of 1680, whereupon the Commons petitioned the king to remove him from his person and counsels (January 1681). Charles regarded his conduct in a different light.
By letters patent, dated 2 December 1682, the Marquess was advanced to the title of Duke of Beaufort, with reference to John Beaufort of three centuries earlier, of whom the newly-created Duke was a direct male-line descendant. About the same time the Duke began the remodelling of his seat at Badminton. On the strength of his attitude to the Exclusion Bill, Beaufort figured prominently in John Dryden’s Absalom and Achitophel as Bezaliel.
In November 1683 Beaufort obtained £20,000 damages in two libel actions against Sir Trevor Williams and John Arnold, but the judgment against the latter was partially reversed in 1690. In July 1684 he made, as president of the principality, a magnificent progress through Wales, and was sumptuously entertained, among other places, at Worcester, Ludlow, and Welshpool. On 14 February 1685, along with the Duke of Somerset, he supported the Prince of Denmark as chief mourner at the funeral of Charles II. He bore the queen’s crown at the coronation of James II (23 April 1685), was appointed a gentleman of the bedchamber on 16 May, and colonel of the 11th Regiment of Foot on 20 June following.
When the Duke of Monmouth, at the close of June 1685, was hesitating to march upon Bristol, Beaufort as Lord Lieutenant occupied it in force on 16 June. He threatened to fire the city if any of Monmouth’s friends were admitted, and locked up a number of dissenters and disaffected persons in the Guildhall. Four days later he reviewed nineteen companies of foot and four troops of horse, and on 24 June twenty-one companies were drawn up on Redclyffe Mead and volunteers enlisted by beat of drum. On 6 July came tidings of Monmouth’s defeat at the Battle of Sedgemoor.
On 24 September James II visited the Duke at Badminton, and expressed his satisfaction at his consistent loyalty. In October 1688, when the Glorious Revolution was proceeding

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, Beaufort once more occupied Bristol with the train-bands of Gloucestershire, and some of his men captured John Lovelace, 3rd Baron Lovelace at Cirencester, and lodged him a prisoner in Gloucester Castle. He prepared to defend the city, but had eventually to surrender to the superior force under the Earl of Shrewsbury and Sir John Guise. He voted for a regency in preference to the offer of the crown to William of Orange.
On 14 December 1688 Beaufort waited on William at Windsor, but was coldly received. He nevertheless took the oaths in March 1689, and was so far reconciled as to entertain William at Badminton on 7 September 1690. In 1694 he was living in great seclusion at Chelsea, taking the waters, and absenting himself from court. Suspected of complicity in the assassination plot, his house was searched in February 1696, but nothing was found to compromise him.
On 19 March 1696, when expected to attend at the House of Lords to sign the association, Beaufort “broke his shoulder”. The Lords sent him the document to sign; but he refused, though he declared his abhorrence of the plot against William. By November 1697 he was reconciled to the court, but he suffered the loss of his son and heir, Charles, through an accident to his coach in Wales in July 1698.
Beaufort died at Badminton on 21 January 1700. He was buried in the Beaufort Chapel in St. George’s, Windsor. where an elaborate monument was set up to his memory;[c] it was moved in 1878 to Badminton. Within St Michael and All Angels Church, Badminton, this monument by Grinling Gibbons is now on the North side of the chancel and consists of an effigy of the Duke in Garter robes, reclining on a sarcophagus and a plinth with relief of St George and the Dragon. There are twin Corinthian columns with embossed shafts, acanthus frieze, cornice with flaming urns, and the Duke’s arms and supporters

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. At the top, 25 ft from the ground, is a tasseled cushion supporting a coronet; on the plinth are full-length female figures of Justice and Truth. Above the Duke’s effigy, parted curtains show the heavenly host with palms and crowns. The Latin inscription displays the names of his family and the many offices he held.
Roger North, in his Life of the Lord Keeper, gave an account of the state maintained by Beaufort: “a princely way of living” with a household of about 200. The Duke spent much time in hunting, planting, and building, and was unfashionably strict: his servants lived in constant fear of dismissal, and even neighbouring landowners were reluctant to cross him.
On 17 August 1657, he married Mary Capell, who was the daughter of Arthur Capell, 1st Baron Capell of Hadham, sister of Arthur Capell, 1st Earl of Essex, and widow of Henry Seymour, Lord Beauchamp

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. They had five sons and four daughters. Three of the sons were:
Three of the daughters were:
The fourth daughter — bearing an unknown name — might have died young.
Beaufort’s son Charles died before he could inherit the dukedom, so on the duke’s death it passed to Charles’s son Henry.
 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Seccombe, Thomas (1898). “Somerset, Henry”. In Lee, Sidney

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St. Michael’s Catholic Academy (Austin)

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St. Michael’s Catholic Academy was established in 1984 to fill a void left by the closing of the only Catholic high school in Austin in 1972. During the period from 1972 to 1984, Austin was the largest city in the country without a Catholic high school. A small group of parents and Catholic lay leaders commissioned a study that revealed the Austin community would enthusiastically support such a school. In 1984, St. Michael’s Catholic Academy opened its doors. It was one of the first Catholic schools in the nation to be established entirely by lay persons. Since the school’s beginning, trustees

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Мальков, Дмитрий Кузьмич

8 ноября 1904(1904-11-08)
д. Лаврухино, ныне Советский район, Кировская область
25 февраля 1990(1990-02-25) (85 лет)
Москва
СССР СССР
пехота
1927—1960
12-я гвардейская стрелковая дивизия 41-й стрелковый корпус
Польский поход РККА Великая Отечественная война
Иностранных государств:
Дмитрий Кузьмич Мальков (8 ноября 1904 года, д. Лаврухино, ныне Советский район, Кировская область — 25 февраля 1990 года, Москва) — советский военный деятель, генерал-лейтенант. Герой Советского Союза bogner одежда.

Дмитрий Кузьмич Мальков родился 8 ноября 1904 года в деревне Лаврухино ныне Советского района Кировской области в крестьянской семье.
Получил среднее образование.
В 1927 году был призван в ряды РККА bogner одежда.
В 1930 году Мальков закончил Киевскую объединённую пехотную школу, а в 1941 году — 1 курс Военной академии имени М. В. Фрунзе.
В 1939 году принимал участие в польском походе советских войск в Западную Украину и Западную Белоруссию.
В 1940 году вступил в ВКП(б).
С июля 1941 года принимал участие в боях на фронтах Великой Отечественной войны.
12-я гвардейская стрелковая дивизия (61-я армия, Центральный фронт) под командованием гвардии полковника Малькова с ходу форсировала реку Десна и освободила село Любеч (Репкинский район, Черниговская область), выйдя Днепру, где и форсировала реку с 26 по 29 сентября, овладев плацдармом и отразив контратаки врага. В ходе этих боёв комдив Д. К. Мальков проявил личную отвагу и храбрость.
Указом Президиума Верховного Совета СССР от 15 января 1944 года за умелое командование дивизией и проявленные при этом решительность и мужество гвардии полковнику Дмитрию Кузьмичу Малькову присвоено звание Героя Советского Союза с вручением ордена Ленина и медали «Золотая Звезда» (№ 1574).
С окончанием войны генерал Мальков продолжил службу в Вооружённых Силах СССР.
В 1948 году закончил Военную академию Генерального штаба, после чего работал на должностях старшего преподавателя Военной академии Генерального штаба, начальника Ставропольского (1951 — 1953 годы) и Минского (1953 — 1954 годы) суворовских военных училищ bogner одежда, командира 41-го стрелкового корпуса (Белорусский военный округ), помощника командующего войсками Белорусского военного округа по военно-учебным заведениям, начальника управления военно-учебных заведений Сухопутных войск Главного управления боевой подготовки Министерства обороны СССР.
В 1960 году генерал-лейтенант Дмитрий Кузьмич Мальков вышел в запас, а затем в отставку, после чего жил в Москве. Умер 25 февраля 1990 года. Похоронен на Кунцевском кладбище (участок 12).
В Ставрополе на здании бывшего Суворовского военного училища, ныне являющегося филиалом Ростовского военного института ракетных войск, установлена мемориальная доска.
В городе Советск (Кировская область) в честь Малькова названы улица и площадь.
 Мальков, Дмитрий Кузьмич. Сайт «Герои Страны» bogner одежда.

Cinquième circonscription de la Haute-Garonne

La cinquième circonscription de la Haute-Garonne est l’une des 10 circonscriptions législatives françaises que compte le département de la Haute-Garonne (31) situé en région Midi-Pyrénées.

La cinquième circonscription de la Haute-Garonne est délimitée par le découpage électoral de la loi no 86-1197 du 24 novembre 1986 , elle regroupe les divisions administratives suivantes :
D’après le recensement général de la population en 1999, réalisé par l’Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques (INSEE), la population totale de cette circonscription est estimée à 169 516 habitants le coq sportif vente,.
Depuis le redécoupage de 2010 sa composition est la suivante :
La population totale de cette circonscription est alors estimée à 121 858 habitants

Voici la liste des résultats des élections législatives dans la circonscription depuis le découpage électoral de 1986 :

Les élections législatives françaises de 1988 ont eu lieu les dimanches 5 et 12 juin 1988 Chaude Le coq sportif Sneakers Clearance Avec Nouveau style.
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Les élections législatives françaises de 1993 ont eu lieu les dimanches 21 et 28 mars 1993.
Le taux d’abstention fut de ? % au premier tour, et de ? % au deuxième tour.
Les élections législatives françaises de 1997 ont eu lieu les dimanches 25 mai et 1er juin 1997

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Le taux d’abstention fut de 26,94 % au premier tour, et de 23,29 % au deuxième tour,.
Les élections législatives françaises de 2002 ont eu lieu les dimanches 9 et 16 juin 2002.
Le taux d’abstention fut de 30,42 % au premier tour, et de 36,49 % au deuxième tour,.
Les élections législatives françaises de 2007 ont eu lieu les dimanches 10 et 17 juin 2007.
Le taux d’abstention fut de 36,71 % au premier tour, et de 36

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Le premier tour des élections législatives françaises de 2012 a eu lieu le 10 juin 2012.

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Potential Plus UK, officially the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) is an association in the United Kingdom for gifted and talented children, and their parents

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NAGC is a not-for-profit organisation that supports the social, emotional and learning needs of children with high learning potential of all ages and backgrounds. This includes children who have been identified as gifted and talented; children who have the potential to achieve through a wide range of abilities in academic subjects, sport, the arts and leadership; those who are twice exceptional (giftedness coupled with a disability or learning difficulty) and the profoundly gifted.
The aim is to enable every child with high learning potential to grow in confidence, thrive and achieve fulfilment. NAGC supports over 15,000 young people each year by providing parents, carers and professionals with the confidence and tools they need to help these children thrive. NAGC gives them support and specialist advice covering a wide range of issues that affect some of these children’s lives every day, such as lack of self-esteem, feelings of isolation and frustration, lack of challenge in the classroom or at home, underachievement or challenging behaviour. In addition, NAGC provides opportunities for fun, friendship and challenge outside the classroom.
Each year NAGC in the UK supports over 90,000 young people by providing parents, carers and professionals with the confidence and tools they need to help these children to thrive. NAGC’s services include:
An organisation of the same name and acronym (NAGC) is located in the United States, with a similar mission and scope.
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Artold von Reims

Artold (französisch Artaud; † 962) war zweimal Erzbischof von Reims als Nachfolger des Karolingers Hugo von Vermandois.
Artold war Mönch, als der Robertiner Hugo der Große bei seiner Fehde mit dem Grafen Heribert II. von Vermandois 931 die Stadt Reims eroberte, den amtierenden Erzbischof, den 11-jährigen Hugo von Vermandois, Heriberts Sohn, verjagte und Artold an seine Stelle setzte.
Eine von Artolds wichtigsten Amtshandlungen war die Krönung des Karolingers Ludwig IV

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, worauf Artold abgesetzt und sein Vorgänger Hugo, jetzt zwanzigjährig, wieder eingesetzt wurde. Sechs Jahre später (946) gelang es Ludwig IV., Reims zurückzuerobern und Artold erneut als Bischof zu installieren.
Im Juni 948 wurde in der gemeinsamen Universalsynode von Ingelheim der Bischöfe des west- und ostfränkischen Reichs Artolds Absetzung ebenso verurteilt wie Hugos Kampf gegen König Ludwig.
Am 12. November 954 krönte Artold nach Ludwigs Tod in Reims in Anwesenheit sowohl des Kölner Erzbischofs Brun als auch Hugos Ludwigs Sohn Lothar zum König.

Philip A. Herfort

Philip Adolph Herfort (Berlino, 28 novembre 1851 – Brooklyn, 24 marzo 1921) è stato un violinista e direttore d’orchestra tedesco.
Philip A. Herfort nacque a Berlino in Germania da Adolph (Aron) Herfort (1918-1900) e Clara Maass (1830-1907) entrambi Ebrei giubbotti moncler. Si sposò con Antonie Theodore Johanne Lupprian il 15 dicembre 1877 a New York City ed ebbe 4 figli, Sophie (1879–1966), Paul (1880–1967), Gunther (1888–1986) e Walter (1886–1887).
Studio musica con József Joachim alla Reale Accademia di musica di Berlino.
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Per molti anni fu direttore d’orchestra della Metropolitan Opera House ma fu anche direttore sia del teatro Koster and Bial’s Music Hall che del Beach Hotel.
Fu poi direttore musicale per le produzioni di E. H. Sothern e Sarah Bernhardt. È stato membro sia del quartetto d’archi Venth-Kronold (fondato da Carl Venth) che della società di musica Aschenbrodel Verein.
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