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- A repertory is an index of symptoms arranged systematically.
- A repertory is a listing of symptoms and the various medicines that have been found to cause them in overdose and cure them in homeopathic doses.
- Repertory is a tool that can help us select a 'group of possible remedies'.
- The repertory is an abbreviated version of James Kent's *Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica* and includes 10,000+ rubrics in 36 chapters.
- The Repertory is a book that lists all of the symptoms for the homeopathic single remedies.
- It has long been regarded as a treasure of the musical repertory and has been adapted for many instrumental media other than that of solo violin.
- The Romanoff production proved to be a popular piece in the repertory of American Ballet Theatre, who retained the production until 1984.
- American Ballet Theatre will offer two weeks of repertory programs June 8-12 and continuing on June 28 through July 3.
- The viol family appeared in the late 15th century and soon became widely popular and acquired a large repertory.
- That is why I believe the classical classification of the Repertory does not consider the demands of modern man's mentality.
- At the same time, the effectiveness of the German language in forming rivals for foreign words from its inherited Germanic stem repertory is great.
- It was founded in 1963 by E. Virginia Williams and was the first professional repertory ballet company in New England.
- General Analysis by Cyrus Maxwell Boger Although small in size, this repertory is considered to be a life-saver when encountering difficult cases.
- Morse began his acting career in the theatre as a player for the Boston Repertory Theatre in the early 1970s.
- London's acclaimed company presents Tchaikovsky's full-length The Sleeping Beauty and a program of mixed repertory, including two works by Ashton.
- In two years he worked his way through the entire classical repertory, and joined the Kirov.
- Five years later he founded the Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble, a junior dance company.
- In 2009, Hush entered the repertory of Rambert Dance Company, one of Britain's oldest and most venerable dance companies.
- Visit our official website to buy tickets to upcoming performances of Nutcracker and the Repertory Season.
- Sean Orza and Jeremy Rucker, both apprentices during the 2008 Repertory Season, join the ranks of the corps de ballet.
- The work for 26 dancers made its SF Ballet premiere in 1986 and was last performed on the 2005 Repertory Season.
- The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra revived the suite for a concert in 2008, but live performances of the music are all too infrequent.
- He taught at Cornish College for over 20 years, and today leads his own groups and is a featured soloist with The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra.
- A.B.T.'s great strength lay in its unparalleled repertory and the star power of its dancers.
- Features selections of his vast repertory of ballets, including Chaconne, Agon, Symphony in C, Serenade, Apollo, and A Midsummer Night's Dream, among others.
- At the age of 16, he joined the company and performed its vast repertory as a soloist and principal dancer ever since.
- Rambert Dance Company has remained one of the rare companies able to perform Tetley's work in a repertory system.
- In opera the repertory system remains fundamentally unchanged.
- He has performed the lead roles of most classical ballet repertory, as well as many contemporary ballets.
- Condition: NEW ~ This work is offered to the; profession as a general Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica.
- Today this celebrated piece has become a major repertory staple of ballet companies all over the world, while many dancers select it for ballet competitions.
- Royal National Theatre a government-funded repertory company based in London.
- In 1965, after several years in repertory, he was spotted by Sir Laurence Olivier, who invited him to join the Royal National Theatre.
- A graduate of Columbia University and the Yale School of Drama, he spent much of the 1970s as literary manager for the newly formed Yale Repertory Theatre.
- But, like Carreras, I feel that I have always preferred the Italian repertory, and it is proficiency in that repertory that matters most to me.
- Her commanding ease in the French repertory led Gabriel Fauré to request that she tour with him, performing several of his compositions.
- Charles Burles (born June 21, 1936) is a French lyric tenor, primarily associated with the French repertory, both opera and operetta.
- According to American Repertory Ballet and teacher Lisa de Ravel, ballet maintains the ethereal when dancers roll through their shoes smoothly.
- He became an apprentice at American Repertory Ballet (ARB) and then became a featured dancer with the company.
- For the first part of this program, the Company will perform repertory pieces that have been created for them by various choreographers.
- In many opera houses this international repertory is supplemented by local standards.
- Unique among Cilea's operas in that it has remained in the international repertory up to the present time.
- The description of the repertory model of the repertories is available here.
- They then engaged Alfred Hertz, the conductor of German repertory at the Metropolitan in New York, as the new music director.
- Waldemar Kmentt (February 2, 1929, Vienna) is an Austrian operatic tenor, particularly associated with the German repertory, both opera and operetta.
- The Island of Tulipatan is not part of the standard operatic repertory.
- The American Repertory Theatre is a professional acting company that presents five productions in repertory throughout the year at the Loeb Drama Center.
- The opera in question is, of course, Philip Glass' Orph é e, which premiered in 1993 at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Chi is a virtuoso classical dancer, and often leads the Company in the classical repertory.
- Mr. Kalish's discography of some 100 recordings encompasses classical repertory, 20th Century masterworks and new compositions.
- These behaviors occur in his jazz and improvised solo performances, but are for the most part absent whenever he plays classical repertory.
- An excelled musician, Richard Gere began acting by joining the Provincetown Playhouse and Seattle Repertory Theatre for one season each (1969-1970).
- Orfeo showed the beginnings of Gluck's reforms and the opera has never left the standard repertory.
- It had once achieved a certain level of popularity in European concert halls, even if it did not quite move into the standard repertory.
- ISIS Vision software also supports enhanced cross-referencing for all repertories such as Complete Repertory 2005 and Repertorium Universale.
- Both Synthesis and the Complete Repertory are available for the computer.
- The theatre became the Royal Opera House in 1892 and the number of French and German works in the repertory increased.
- Properly, repertory is a style of a number of repertory companies which rehearsed and performed plays in a fortnight.
- Most traditional orchestras have been timid about exploring this repertory and commissioning such works.
- The American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.) seeks to expand the boundaries of theatre, exploring the best texts from across cultures and ages.
- She has phone numbers in Cuba, London and Spain and has long worked to freshen the repertory.
- From the 1950's onward, his repertory included country music as well as western songs and spirituals, the latter often recorded with Evans.
- The latter, of course, has long been a staple of the repertory in Italy, Iberia, Latin America, and the United States.
- Her touch is more suited to the Romantic repertory (I'm thinking of her recording of Chopin Preludes), but doesn't shine as brightly with Ravel.
- Their repertory includes newly composed musical works, performance poetry, chant from various early traditions, and group improvisations.
- Despite the blues uniqueness from hollers and calls, it was forged from the same musical repertory and traditions.
- This degree was downgraded to the third degree when adding the information to the Complete Repertory.
- She exploited this technique for Serban's "King Stag" production, one of the mainstays of the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge.
- AtamA is a Homeopathic tool and resource featuring a fully linked Repertory and Materia Medica.
- Although he has yet to fully re-enter the standard repertory, performances of Salieri's works are progressively becoming more regular occurrences.
- Fringe and Community Theatre (UK) are, though mostly unpaid, similar to repertory.
- Yes, it is one of the greatest operas in the repertory, but it is also long and something of an acquired taste.
- The Renaissance classics were the mainstay of the Restoration repertory, although many of the tragedies were adapted to conform to the new taste.
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