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Nicola Matteis
Nicola Matteis (Matheis) (fl. c. 1670 – after 1713) was the earliest notable Italian Baroque violinist in London, whom Roger North judged in retrospect "to have bin a second to Corelli," and a composer of significant popularity...
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... Presents the members of the preliminary board of judges of the 1998 Mu Phi Epsilon International ... Competition finals. Provides the professional background on each of the eight judges and contains an ... errata in the Spring 1998 issue of "The Triangle of Mu Phi Epsilon" where the final judges were incorrectly listed as preliminary judges. ...
... This article reviews a BHS rule change which will soon allow society associates (women) to apply to become certified contest judges. ...
... Violin Society of America convention presenters and judges for the 2014 event are each briefly profiled. ...
... The lecturers, panelists, judges, and musicians who participated in the 2008 convention of the Violin Society of America are briefly profiled. ...
... what judges look for in a performance and what makes a song suitable or unsuitable for competition ... . She also demystifies judging, explaining some of the terminology judges employ, as well as ...
... with other judges to test themselves, and study manuals weeks before they judge a competition ... . Sometimes judges make mistakes because they are human, and no system is perfect. ...
THE JUDGES' TABLE
Strings (2015) Vol. 29, No. 11, pp. 49-52
... Five string players and competition judges answer questions about the challenges of judging. ...
Judging Q & A
The Pitch Pipe (2005) Vol. 58, No. 1, pp. 45, 50
... competitors and judges. In a sidebar, Sharon Babb, a certified judge, writes about how she became a judge. ...
Sight over Sound
The Strad (2013) Vol. 124, pp. 27
... communication may impact judges' final decisions as much as what they hear. Findings from a University College of London study are highlighted. ...
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... Discusses the often brutal world of voice competitions. States that judges want as fervently as ... their required subjectivity, judges are often seen as cold and carping. Observes that some judges can ... . Relays judges' comments during three major New York City competitions: the George London Foundation ...
... Judges for the 2010 Music Week Awards are identified and award categories are highlighted. ...
... A commentary discusses the television talent search "The X Factor," which reunites former "American Idol" judges Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell. ...
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Visions (2013) Vol. 24, No. 10, pp. 154
... . All judges are provided with level DVDs, and they review them at home before leaving for the ... judging assignment. The judges put on their judging ears and get into the mind-set of the desired tunnel vision. ...
Samson et Dalila
Romantic opera from 1876

Samson and Delilah (French: Samson et Dalila), Op. 47, is a grand opera in three acts and four scenes by Camille Saint-Saëns to a French libretto by Ferdinand Lemaire. It was first performed in Weimar at the Grossherzogliches (Grand Ducal) ...