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Vedic Meter
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The verses of the Vedas have a variety of different meters. They are divided by number of padas in a verse, and by the number of syllables in a pada. Chandas, the study of Vedic meter, is one of the six Vedanga disciplines, or "organs of the vedas".The main principle of Vedic meter is measurement by the number of syllables. The metrical unit of verse is the pada ("foot"), generally of eight, eleven, or twelve syllables, these are termed g yatr , tri ubh and jagat respectively, after meters of the same name. A c is a stanza of typically three or four padas, with a range of two to seven found in the corpus of Vedic poetry. Stanzas may mix padas of different lengths, and strophes of two or three stanzas (respectively, prag tha and t ca) are common.

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Argumentation in Multi-Agent Systems
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This volume is based on the Second Workshop on Argumentation in Multiagent Systems (Argmas). The workshop was held in conjunction with the 4th Int- national Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (aamas), at the University of Utrecht in Utrecht, The Netherlands, in July 2005. The workshop itself took place on July 26. We are happy to report that the second workshop was just as popular and successfulasitspredecessor,heldtheprevioussummerinNewYork.Wereceived 17 submissions, eachof which wasreviewed by at least three experts in the ?eld, and ten of these papers were accepted for presentation at the workshop. Once again the workshop was graced by an invited lecture, this time by Frans van Eemeren of the University of Amsterdam, who talked on the subject of prag- dialectics. The workshop attracted 31 participants, ensuring many questions for the speakers, and a healthy exchange of views during the discussion periods. Following the practice established with the post-proceedings of the ?rst Argmasworkshop,weinvitedthepresentersofalltheacceptedpaperstoprepare revised versions of their papers for this volume. In addition we approached - thors of papers on directly related topics that had been presented in theaamas conference, and this gaveus an additionalseven papers. We further solicited one additional paper (details below) and were lucky enough that Prof. van Eemeren consented to send us a paper that covered the material of his invited talk.

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Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda und die Musik am Hof vo...
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In der jüngeren Musikwissenschaft wird immer stärker die Tendenz feststellbar, jenseits einer Heroenbetrachtung, also der Beschäftigung mit den epochal bedeutenden Namen Bach - Mozart – Beethoven - Schubert usw., auch die weniger bekannten Komponisten in den Mittelpunkt der Forschungen zu ziehen. Gerade im 19. Jahrhundert gibt es noch zahlreiche Künstlerpersönlichkeiten, die musikhistorisch zu verorten und deren Werke zu erschliessen sind. Der aus Prag stammende Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-1866) wirkte seit seinem 21. Lebensjahr als Hofkapellmeister am Fürstenhof zu Fürstenberg in Donaueschingen. Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda ist jedoch nicht nur für die Musikgeschichte Badens bedeutend, sondern konzertierte regelmässig auch in anderen deutschen Städten. Besonders häufig trat er im Leipziger Gewandhaus auf und präsentierte die meisten seiner sieben Sinfonien und 24 Konzertouvertüren sowie viele Soloconcertini – insbesondere für Violine – und Kammerwerke in dieser Stadt. Der erste Band der vorliegenden Veröffentlichung bietet eine musikalische Biographie des Violinkünstlers und Hofkapellmeisters Kalliwoda. Die einzelnen Kapitel präsentieren den Musiker als Dirigenten und Manager sowie als Komponisten. Folglich wird nicht nur die Organisation eines künstlerisch bedeutenden Konzertbetriebes an einem politisch entmachteten Fürstenhof anhand zahlreicher Quellen untersucht, sondern die Studie analysiert auch ausgewählte Werke Kalliwodas aus den bedeutenden Gattungen Sinfonie, Konzert, Klaviersonate, Kirchenmusik sowie Kunstlied. Im zweiten Band sind sämtliche 243 mit Opuszahl versehenen Kompositionen sowie alle weiteren rund 270 Werke ohne Opuszahl vollständig erschlossen. Bei den einzelnen Einträgen werden alle vorhandenen Informationen bezüglich Tonart, Satzbezeichnung(en), Besetzung, Bearbeitung, Erstdruck, Rezensionen usw. mitgeteilt, ebenso wie der Nachweis in 30 europäischen Bibliotheken und die jeweilige Signatur. Eine nach Gattungen geordnete Werkübersicht, sowie drei alphabetische Listen, die die Suche nach allen vertonten Textanfängen, nach den Titeln der vertonten Dichtung und nach den Widmungsträgern ermöglichen, ergänzen diesen Katalogband. Apart from the devotion to cultural heroes, i.e. such epochal figures as Bach – Mozart – Beethoven – Schubert etc., recent research in musicology increasingly focuses on lesser-known composers. Especially the life and work of many of the 19th century artists still have to be classified and analyzed in a music-historical context. Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-1866), a native of Prague, was Hofkapellmeister (court music director) at the Fürstenberg court in Donaueschingen from the age of 21. But Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda is not only important to the music-historical development of Baden, he also regularly performed in other German cities. He often appeared at the Leipzig Gewandhaus and presented most of his seven symphonies and 24 concert overtures as well as many solo concertinis (in particular for violin) and chamber pieces in Leipzig. The first volume of this publication provides a musical biography of the violinist and Hofkapellmeister Kalliwoda. The single chapters portray the musician as conductor, manager and composer. Not only the organization of musical activities of artistic merit at a royal court stripped of political power is analyzed on the basis of numerous sources, the study also looks into selected pieces of Kalliwoda’s work of important genres such as symphony, concerto, piano sonata, sacred music and lied. The second volume contains the detailed description of all of the 243 compositions with opus numbers as well as of the approximately 270 works without opus numbers. The single entries consist of all available information on key, movement heading(s), instrumentation, adaptation, first edition, reviews etc. as well as on the location in 30 European libraries and the corresponding shelfmarks. A work catalogue sorted by genres as well as three lists in alphabetical order which can be searched by text incipits, titles of musicalized poetic works and dedicatees complete this volume.

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Studies in the Archaeology of the Iron Age in I...
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Thirteen essays on the Iron Age in Israel and Jordan, covering settlement patterns, iconography, cult, palaeography and the archaeology of certain key sites. This volume offers an exceptionally informed update in a fast-moving area of discovery and interpretation. The first section deals with spatial archaeology and settlement patterns, all the papers based on the fieldwork by A. Zertal in Samaria, A. Ofer in Judah, G. Lehmann in the Akko Plain, and S. Gibson in various areas in the hill country of Israel. The second section covers religion and iconography. The two single Iron Age temples known today in Israel, at Dan and Arad, are discussed by A. Biran and Z. Herzog. R. Kletter and K. Prag discuss clay figurines and other cult objects; T. Ornan identifies Ishtar on a number of seals and on a silver pendant; and N. Franklin examines the iconography and meaning of the wall relief in Room V at Sargon's palace in Khorsabad. The last section includes three studies related to specific sites. M. Steiner considers urban development in Jerusalem during Iron Age II; A. Mazar presents data from Iron Age II Beth Shean, and P. Bienkowski and L. Sedman discuss finds from Buseirah, the capital of Edom.

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Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda und die Musik am Hof vo...
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In der jüngeren Musikwissenschaft wird immer stärker die Tendenz feststellbar, jenseits einer Heroenbetrachtung, also der Beschäftigung mit den epochal bedeutenden Namen Bach - Mozart – Beethoven - Schubert usw., auch die weniger bekannten Komponisten in den Mittelpunkt der Forschungen zu ziehen. Gerade im 19. Jahrhundert gibt es noch zahlreiche Künstlerpersönlichkeiten, die musikhistorisch zu verorten und deren Werke zu erschließen sind. Der aus Prag stammende Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-1866) wirkte seit seinem 21. Lebensjahr als Hofkapellmeister am Fürstenhof zu Fürstenberg in Donaueschingen. Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda ist jedoch nicht nur für die Musikgeschichte Badens bedeutend, sondern konzertierte regelmäßig auch in anderen deutschen Städten. Besonders häufig trat er im Leipziger Gewandhaus auf und präsentierte die meisten seiner sieben Sinfonien und 24 Konzertouvertüren sowie viele Soloconcertini – insbesondere für Violine – und Kammerwerke in dieser Stadt. Der erste Band der vorliegenden Veröffentlichung bietet eine musikalische Biographie des Violinkünstlers und Hofkapellmeisters Kalliwoda. Die einzelnen Kapitel präsentieren den Musiker als Dirigenten und Manager sowie als Komponisten. Folglich wird nicht nur die Organisation eines künstlerisch bedeutenden Konzertbetriebes an einem politisch entmachteten Fürstenhof anhand zahlreicher Quellen untersucht, sondern die Studie analysiert auch ausgewählte Werke Kalliwodas aus den bedeutenden Gattungen Sinfonie, Konzert, Klaviersonate, Kirchenmusik sowie Kunstlied. Im zweiten Band sind sämtliche 243 mit Opuszahl versehenen Kompositionen sowie alle weiteren rund 270 Werke ohne Opuszahl vollständig erschlossen. Bei den einzelnen Einträgen werden alle vorhandenen Informationen bezüglich Tonart, Satzbezeichnung(en), Besetzung, Bearbeitung, Erstdruck, Rezensionen usw. mitgeteilt, ebenso wie der Nachweis in 30 europäischen Bibliotheken und die jeweilige Signatur. Eine nach Gattungen geordnete Werkübersicht, sowie drei alphabetische Listen, die die Suche nach allen vertonten Textanfängen, nach den Titeln der vertonten Dichtung und nach den Widmungsträgern ermöglichen, ergänzen diesen Katalogband. Apart from the devotion to cultural heroes, i.e. such epochal figures as Bach – Mozart – Beethoven – Schubert etc., recent research in musicology increasingly focuses on lesser-known composers. Especially the life and work of many of the 19th century artists still have to be classified and analyzed in a music-historical context. Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-1866), a native of Prague, was Hofkapellmeister (court music director) at the Fürstenberg court in Donaueschingen from the age of 21. But Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda is not only important to the music-historical development of Baden, he also regularly performed in other German cities. He often appeared at the Leipzig Gewandhaus and presented most of his seven symphonies and 24 concert overtures as well as many solo concertinis (in particular for violin) and chamber pieces in Leipzig. The first volume of this publication provides a musical biography of the violinist and Hofkapellmeister Kalliwoda. The single chapters portray the musician as conductor, manager and composer. Not only the organization of musical activities of artistic merit at a royal court stripped of political power is analyzed on the basis of numerous sources, the study also looks into selected pieces of Kalliwoda’s work of important genres such as symphony, concerto, piano sonata, sacred music and lied. The second volume contains the detailed description of all of the 243 compositions with opus numbers as well as of the approximately 270 works without opus numbers. The single entries consist of all available information on key, movement heading(s), instrumentation, adaptation, first edition, reviews etc. as well as on the location in 30 European libraries and the corresponding shelfmarks. A work catalogue sorted by genres as well as three lists in alphabetical order which can be searched by text incipits, titles of musicalized poetic works and dedicatees complete this volume.

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Studies in the Archaeology of the Iron Age in I...
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Thirteen essays on the Iron Age in Israel and Jordan, covering settlement patterns, iconography, cult, palaeography and the archaeology of certain key sites. This volume offers an exceptionally informed update in a fast-moving area of discovery and interpretation. The first section deals with spatial archaeology and settlement patterns, all the papers based on the fieldwork by A. Zertal in Samaria, A. Ofer in Judah, G. Lehmann in the Akko Plain, and S. Gibson in various areas in the hill country of Israel. The second section covers religion and iconography. The two single Iron Age temples known today in Israel, at Dan and Arad, are discussed by A. Biran and Z. Herzog. R. Kletter and K. Prag discuss clay figurines and other cult objects; T. Ornan identifies Ishtar on a number of seals and on a silver pendant; and N. Franklin examines the iconography and meaning of the wall relief in Room V at Sargon's palace in Khorsabad. The last section includes three studies related to specific sites. M. Steiner considers urban development in Jerusalem during Iron Age II; A. Mazar presents data from Iron Age II Beth Shean, and P. Bienkowski and L. Sedman discuss finds from Buseirah, the capital of Edom.

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Flehes an Hens Horn: The Railway Children in Co...
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Pàn yw aga thas kemerys dhywortans in cyrcùmstancys kevrînek, res yw dhe'n flehes, Roberta, Peder, Fylys, ha dh'aga mabm gasa aga henkyth in Loundres ha trega in chy bian in mes i'n pow. Nyns yw an chy-na, Try Chymbla y hanow, pell dhyworth an hens horn, le mayth usy an flehes ow cafos lies aventur. Mêster an Gorsaf ha'n Porthor, Perks a vëdh aga hothmans kefrës. Yma an flehes ow ponya pùb dëdh dhe lînen an hens horn wàr nans rag swaysya aga dewla orth an train dhe Loundres, hag indelma danvon aga herensa dhe 'Dasyk'. Yma 'Den Jentyl Coth', caradow y nas, ow swaysya y dhorn ortans pùb jorna dhywar an train, ha heb aga godhvos, yma va worth aga gweres owth assoylya a'n mystery brâs: prag y whrug aga thas dyberth dhywortans. Edith Nesbit a screfas an whedhel classyk-ma, usy an delînyansow gwredhek gans C.E. Brock kefys ino. Nicholas Williams a drailyas an lyver dhe Gernowek. -- When their father is taken away under mysterious circumstances, Roberta, Peter, and Phyllis and their mother must leave their house in London to live in a small cottage in the country. Their house, called 'The Three Chimneys' stands not far from a railway track, where the three have a number of adventures. They are befriended by the Station Master and Perks the Porter, and run each day down to the railway track to wave at the passing train for London, sending their love to their father. Unknown to them, a kindly 'Old Gentleman' who waves to them every day from the train helps them to solve the mystery of their father's disappearance. This classic tale by Edith Nesbit has the original illustrations by C. E. Brock, and has been translated into Cornish by Nicholas Williams.

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