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Lilium (disambiguation)

Lilium is the plant genus of "true lilies". Lilium may also refer to: Lilium GmbH, German start-up developing an electric airplane 2015. 1092 Lilium, a minor planet, discovered in 1924. the Latin term for the fleur-de-lis emblem. Lilium music, th ...

The Keeper and The Doe

The lyrics have been changed many times throughout the years. A very popular rewritten version of the song was introduced by Cecil Sharp in 1909. Chorus: Jackie boy! Master! Sing ye well? Very well! Hey down, ho down, derry down, among the leaves ...

Edward Lowe

Edward Lowe may refer to: Edward Lowe 1794–1880, also Loewe or Lowe, English chess master Edward Low 1690–1724, English pirate Edward Clarke Lowe 1823–1912, English educator Edward Lowe composer c. 1610–1682, organist, composer and Oxford profess ...

Sall (disambiguation)

Sall can refer to: Sall, a village and a church parish in the Danish region of Midtjylland SALL1 Sall patronymic, the patronymic of the Lam Toro dynasty of Senegal in the 15th century SALL, the symbol for the sal-like proteins SALL2 SALL3 SALL4 J ...

John Eaton

John Eaton may refer to: Jack Eaton 1888–1968, American film producer and director John Eaton general 1829–1906, American Civil War general John Eaton composer 1935–2015, American composer Sir John Craig Eaton 1876–1922, Canadian businessman John ...

Captain Jack

John Wallace Crawford aka "Captain Jack" 1847–1917, American Civil War veteran & Old West scout, poet of western lore Calico Jack 1683–1720, a pirate in 18th Century Captain Jack Native American c. 1837–1873, Kintpuash, leader of the Modoc tribe ...

Ingoldsby (disambiguation)

Ingoldsby is a village in Lincolnshire, England. Ingoldsby may also refer to: Ingoldsby baronets Ingoldsby, Ontario Ingoldsby is a surname: Jon Ingoldsby – music engineer, best known for his work on Madonnas Grammy Award-winning album Ray Of Ligh ...

Cloche

Cloche may refer to: Armoured cloche, a type of fortification on the Maginot Line Cloche tableware, a silver dish cover Cloche agriculture, a covering for protecting plants from cold temperatures Cloche Leythal Pastalia, a character in videogame ...

Galliard (disambiguation)

Johann Ernst Galliard 1687–1749, German composer Pierce Galliard Smith 1826–1908, Australian Baptist Church rector Christian Galliard de Lavernee born 1950, French civil servant Leon Olphe-Galliard 1825–1893, French ornithologist

Richard Willis

Richard Willis may refer to: Richard Willis publicist and agent 1876–1945 Richard Willis actor born 1958, formerly married to June Page and Kate OMara Richard Willis cricketer died 1877, English cricketer Richard Gardiner Willis 1865–1929, politi ...

Misfortune

Misfortune novel, a 2005 novel by Wesley Stace Misfortune folk tale Italian: "Sfortuna", an Italian fairy tale collected by Italo Calvino in his Italian Folktales A Misfortune, sometimes translated "Misfortune", an 1886 short story by Anton Chekh ...

Alexander Prince

Alexander Prince was an early 20th-century vaudeville musician and recording artist who played the McCann-system Duet concertina. Born Alexander Sutherland in Aberdeen, Scotland, he was first given a concertina at age 8 by his music shop-owner fa ...

Halcyon Days

Halcyon Days play, a 1991 play by Steven Dietz Halcyon Days, a play by Shoji Kokami Halcyon Days book, a 1997 collection of interviews with programmers of early video games

Lambert (musician)

The hundreds of persons bearing the surname Lambert include a number of musicians: Michelle Lambert b. 1985, American pop singer Charles Lucien Lambert 1828–96, African-American composer George Lambert baritone 1900–1971, English baritone mainly ...

Hell Hath No Fury

Hell Hath No Fury, a 1953 crime novel by Charles Williams "Hell hath no fury", an interpreted line based on a quotation from the 1697 play The Mourning Bride by William Congreve Hell Hath No Fury, a 2008 novel by David Weber and Linda Evans

Ixion (disambiguation)

Mazda Premacy, a minivan also sold as the Ford Ixion Ixion, a preserved British Rail Class 46 diesel locomotive Basil H. Davies 1879–1961, a Church of England clergyman who wrote for The Motor Cycle under the pen name Ixion Ixion, a steam locomot ...

Charles Hopkins

Charles Hopkins is the name of: Charles F. Hopkins, Confederate Civil War leader at the Battle of Saint Johns Bluff Charles Hopkins died 1805, first husband of Eliza Poe Charles Hopkins, mathematician known for his role in the Hopkins–Levitzki th ...

William Emerson

William Ralph Emerson 1833–1917, American Shingle-style architect William Emerson British architect 1843–1924 William Emerson American architect 1873–1957, first dean of the MIT School of Architecture

Richard Stevens

Richard Stevens may refer to: W. Richard Stevens 1951–1999, author of Unix and networking books Richard Stevens Falkland Islands politician born 1955, Falkland Islands politician R. J. S. Stevens 1757–1837, London composer-organist; Gresham Profe ...

Darmstadt (disambiguation)

Darmstadt is a city in the Bundesland of Hesse in the Federal Republic of Germany. Darmstadt may also refer to: Darmstadt slide rule Darmstadt, Illinois, a town in Illinois, United States. the Darmstadt School, a style of musical composition prev ...

Stephen Hopkins

Stephen Hopkins may refer to: SS Stephen Hopkins, a 1942 World War II Liberty ship named for him Stephen Hopkins Mayflower passenger c. 1581–1644, passenger on the Mayflower, one of forty-one signatories of the Mayflower Compact Stephen Hopkins p ...

William Best

William Best may refer to: William Best, 2nd Baron Wynford 1798–1869, British peer William Best, 1st Baron Wynford 1767–1845, British politician and judge William Best cricketer 1865–1942, English cricketer William Thomas Best 1826–1897, English ...

Johann WeiS

Johann WeiS may refer to: Johann Jacob Weiss c.1662–1754, composer of lute music Johann Baptist WeiS teacher 1814-1850, Austrian schoolmaster, organist and early tutor of Anton Bruckner Johann Weiss, Vienese lawyer and WW1 veteran, executed by Ed ...

Joseph Bennett

Joseph Bennett may refer to: Joseph Bennett British politician 1829–1908, English merchant and Liberal Party politician Joseph B. Bennett 1859–1923, U.S. congressman Joseph Bennett Victoria cricketer, Australian cricketer Joseph Bennett footballe ...

Stephane Tetreault

Stephane Tetreault is a Canadian cellist. He first made international headlines as the recipient of Bernard Greenhouses cello, the 1707 "Countess of Stainlein, Ex-Paganini" Stradivarius, generously loaned to him by Mrs. Jacqueline Desmarais and f ...

Daniel Wright

Daniel Wright or Dan Wright may refer to: Dan Wright comedian born 1979, English comedian Daniel Thew Wright 1864–1943, U.S. federal judge Dan Wright musician born c. 1947, keyboard player for the band Proto-Kaw Dan Wright baseball born 1977, Ame ...

Prince Philip (disambiguation)

Philip Joseph, Prince of Salm-Kyrburg 1709–1779 Prince Philip of Yugoslavia born 1982 Felipe VI of Spain born 1968 Infante Felipe, Duke of Calabria 1747–1777 Philippe, comte de Paris 1838–1894 Philipp, Landgrave of Hesse 1896–1980 Prince Philippe ...

Englishman (disambiguation)

Englishman may refer to: People: English people Jenny-Bea Englishman, real name of the Canadian singer Esthero Carlos Babington born 1949, Argentine former football striker known as "El Ingles" the Englishman Erald Briscoe, reggae musician who re ...

Jesu, meines Glaubens Zier

Jesu, meines Glaubens Zier is a German Lutheran hymn by Gottfried Wilhelm Sacer, first published in 1661. Its hymn tune, Zahn No. 6453, was first published in 1714, in Freylinghausens hymnal. In 1736 the hymn was adopted in Schemellis Gesangbuch, ...

Charles Pratt (disambiguation)

Charles Pratt was an American businessman and philanthropist. Charles Pratt may also refer to: Charles Pratt, Jr. born 1955, film writer Charles Millard Pratt 1855–1913, American oil industrialist and philanthropist Charles Clarence Pratt 1854–19 ...

Soil (disambiguation)

Soil is a naturally occurring granular covering on the surface of Earth, capable of supporting life. Soil may also refer to: Lunar soil, a similar granular covering on the Moon though without Earth soils organic components Martian soil, the fine ...

Over the Hills and Far Away

"Over the Hills and Far Away" traditional song, an 18th-century song. Used most recently as the theme for Sharpe Over the Hills & Far Away: The Music of Sharpe, a soundtrack album Over the Hills and Far Away EP, an EP by Nightwish "Over the Hills ...

John Randall

John Randall may refer to: Sir John Randall physicist 1905–1984, British physicist, developer of the cavity magnetron John Witt Randall 1813–1892, American zoologist and poet John Herman Randall, Jr. 1899–1980, American philosopher, author and ed ...

Alexander Russell

Alexander Russell may refer to: Alexander James Russell 1814–1887, Scottish lawyer Alexander Russell naturalist 1715–1768, British physician and naturalist Alexander Russell composer 1880–1953, American composer, pianist, organist, impresario and ...

Alembert

Alembert and its variants may refer to: People: Jean le Rond dAlembert 1717–1783, French mathematician, mechanician, physicist, philosopher, and music theorist Sandy DAlemberte 1933–2019, American lawyer and politician Places: DAlembert crater, a ...

Chiara della Pietà

Chiara was deposited as a 2 month old to the Ospedale della Pietà in Venice in 1718. She was called Chiara and Chiaretta, though like her teacher Anna Maria della Pietà she was later known as Chiara dal Violin or Chiara della Pietà. Though she wa ...

Mount Edgcumbe

Mount Edgcumbe may refer to: Places Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, in Cornwall, United Kingdom Mount Edgcumbe House, located within Mount Edgcumbe Country Park Mount Edgecombe, KwaZulu-Natal, a sugar-growing town in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Peop ...

Clingan

Clingan may refer to: George Clingan 1868–1953, soldier and politician in Manitoba, Canada Clingan Jackson 1907–1997, Democratic politician and newspaperman from Ohio Sammy Clingan born 1984, Northern Ireland international footballer Judith Cling ...

Magnificat (disambiguation)

The Magnificat is a Christian canticle found in the Gospel of Luke. Magnificat may also refer to: Settings of the canticle: Magnificat C. P. E. Bach, a choral work by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Magnificat Schutz, compositions by Heinrich Schutz, f ...

Parthenope

Parthenope, in Greek mythology, the daughter of Ancaeus. Frances Parthenope Verney, Parthenope Nightingale, the elder sister of Florence Nightingale and wife of Sir Harry Verney, named after her place of birth in Naples

Charles Burney (disambiguation)

Charles Burney was an English music historian. Charles Burney may also refer to: Charles A. Burney born 1930, British archaeologist Charles Fox Burney 1868–1925, Biblical scholar at Oxford University, England Charles Burney Archdeacon of Kingston ...

John Eden

John Eden may refer to: John Eden producer, a music producer, including for The Catch album Sir John Eden, 2nd Baronet died 1728, Member of Parliament for Durham UK Parliament constituency John Eden athlete born 1955, Paralympic athlete from Aust ...

Prince Ali

Ali wrestler born 1986, an American professional wrestler known as Prince Mustafa Ali Prince Aly Khan 1911–1960, a Qajar prince Prince Ali bin Hussein born 1975, a Jordanian prince and football administrator Patrick Ali Pahlavi born 1945, a Pahla ...

Chantilly

Chantilly, Missouri, an unincorporated community Chantilly Charlotte neighborhood, a neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina Chantilly High School, a public high school located in Chantilly, Virginia and the Fairfax County Public Schools system ...

Aaron Williams

Aaron Williams composer 1731–1776, British composer Aaron Williams musician born 1942, British musician Aaron Williams born 1993, American DJ better known as DJ A-Tron

Spode (disambiguation)

Spode is a company producing pottery and porcelain in Staffordshire, England. Spode may also refer to: Spode Music Week, an annual residential music school in the UK, originally based in Spode House, Staffordshire Spode Museum, dedicated to the S ...

Missa brevis (disambiguation)

A missa brevis is a shorter musical mass composition. Missa brevis may also refer to: Missa in G minor, BR E1, Fk 100, a mass by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach Missa Brevis Bernstein, a 1989 work by Leonard Bernstein Missa in D minor, BR E2, Fk 98, a ma ...

Know thyself (disambiguation)

Conocete A Ti Mismo English: Know Yourself, a 1913 book by the Spanish philosopher Joaquin Trincado Mateo Gnothi Seauton: Know Yourself, a 1734 poetry book by John Arbuthnot and others

James Howe (disambiguation)

James Howe is an American author of juvenile books. James Howe may also refer to: James Wong Howe 1899–1976, Chinese-born American cinematographer James Hamilton Howe, pianist and dean of the music school at DePauw University James Henry Howe 182 ...

Rochus Dedler

Rochus Dedler was a German composer. He is best known as the author of a stage music for the version of the Oberammergau Passion Play by Father Othmar Weis.