Joachim Kroll

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  • Why The Young Girls? Why Strangulation?

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    Woman eating uncle of Germany, Joachim Kroll was his name and young girls and grown women were his preferred feast. Kroll was never known for being a cruel person, but his acts portrayed otherwise. Joachim obviously didn’t walk up to his victims and bite their arms and hands off of course not, he was not a wild animal very close but not quite. It takes a person four seconds to lose consciousness by strangulation standing, eight seconds if the individual is sitting, and twelve seconds if the person

  • Saint Anne, The Mother Of Mary And The Mother Of Jesus

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    Encyclopaedia Britannica) . Because of this, she and her husband, Saint Joachim, made many sacrifices and prayed to God for the gift of a child (“Saint Anne”). “The Protoevangelium of James” states that “an angel appeared to...” them, saying that Saint Anne would “conceive and bear a child who would become famous throughout the world” regardless of her old age (Asselin; Holweck; “Saint Anne.”; The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica). St. Joachim and St. Anne are Jesus’s grandparents and belong, in a sense

  • Lieutenant-General Murat's Role In The Battle Of The Pyramids

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    While Joachim himself was known as a player Caroline had fallen head over heels for the young general. Unfortunately Joachim had to return to work as a general and was soon busy in Egypt with Caroline’s older brother Napoleon. Caroline herself had gone off to one of the most elite schools for women in France at the time. During Murats time in Egypt he would play a key role in many battles including The battle of Alexandria and The battle of The Pyramids. He also led in the battle of Lake Tiberius

  • The Malaguena

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    5). As Brahms composed more works, Clara was always the first to publicly perform the pieces. Around his fame period of 1878-1888, Brahms composed a set of three violin sonatas for Joachim as gratitude for touring with Brahms across Germany and later dedicated the first performance of the “Violin Sonata No. 3” to Hans von Bülow, a later great friend of Brahms. However, this particular violin sonata is different than the other two;

  • Clara Schumann : A Modern Artist Named Carly Simon

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    Lyndsay Riley Music 101 Professor Fewtrell 5 August 2015 Clara Schumann A modern artist named Carly Simon once said “A really strong woman accepts the war she went through and is ennobled by her scars” (Brainyguote, 1). This is a great description of the strong and talented Clara Schumann. Her story is full of achievements, love and tragedy and throughout all of it she carries herself with poise and strength that really is not seen much in the present generations. Although Clara Schumann accepted

  • Feudalism In Siegfried

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    needs. A man is bound to feel that in the careless approach of others, he himself stands accused: is he not guilty of the same crime, of distorting history to his own ends, lacking merely the person with sufficient subtlety to call him to account? Joachim Fest said that the political maturity of the German people came only after the loss of their inner, spiritually romantic “interior”– the relic of feudalism that had not yet given way. This world of glorious Heroes and Grand Gestures which Wagner seeked

  • Clara Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel

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    INTRODUCTION BIOGRAPHY Clara Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel are considered possibly the most important female figures of the Romantic Era. Both women were friends living with the struggles of trying to make a name for themselves as musicians and composers while living in the shadows of their famous male family members: Robert Schumann and Felix Mendelssohn. Clara Schumann Clara Josephine Wieck was born on September 13, 1819 in Leipzig, Germany into a musical family. Her father, Friedrich

  • Female Composers And Performers Were Not Very Common

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    Clara Schumann Female composers and performers were not very common. If you look back on famous composers, you will find that there are mostly male composers. Out of the shadows of the males, came in very known composer. Her name was Clara Schumann. Not only was she a composer, but she was also a famous pianist. Clara started piano at a very young age. A big part of Clara’s life was her family. She was a very brilliant composer and pianist, and that is why we remember her today as one of the most

  • Johannes Brahms : Music Theory, Harmony, And Counterpoint

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    bass. Brahms also played the flute and violin. When Marxsen was teaching him he was taught musical theory, harmony and counterpoint. After his career started, Johannes played in lots of solo piano recitals. Brahms met a violinist named Joseph Joachim. Joachim told him to go to Robert Schumann. They became great friends. Johannes Brahms wasn’t married to anybody, but he fell in love with Clara Schumann while he took care of her family. He also fell in love with Agathe Von Siebold. His dad was Johann

  • Performance Management System

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    HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROJECT on PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM Submitted to: Dr. Pampari Venkataswamy Submitted By: TARUNA CHAWLA Enrol.No.-08BSHYD0892 Section-B INDEX 1. Executive Summary ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 2. Scope of the Project------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 3. Introduction----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 4. Process