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A student of Johann Gottfried Walther, he was the author of a Danish treatise, "Tanker og Regler fra Grunden af om Musiken", published in 1746.
was also the German court organist under Christian VI.
(February 7, 1702 – December 3, 1763) was a Danish composer. theatre entrepreneur, music teacher, organist from Saxony. He spent most of his life in Copenhagen from the 1720s onwards and founded the first opera house there in 1746.
(March 1, 1735 – February 5, 1754) was a Danish actress, one of her country's first professional native female actors, and said to be the first actress ever employed at the Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen. She was very popular in the mid 18th century, and was also employed as a translator of plays for the theatre.
Born child of the organist Carl August
(1707–1763, the founder and first director of the Royal Danish Theatre), she debuted at the age of twelve on the temporary stage at Læderstræde, where her father's troupe had performed since 1747 after public theatre was once more made legal in Denmark, and until the building of the Royal Theatre was finished in 1748.
Born the child of the painter Karel van Mander, she was a part of one of the two native theatre troupes created when public theatrical activity became legal in Denmark in 1746, following a ban. The organist Carl August
was the first to be given a theatre privilege, and he opened a theatre at Store Kongensgade in 1747; the same year, Julius Henrik von Qvoten opened one which played in both Danish and German, and Lenkiewitz is believed to have been a part of the Qvoten-troupe. The actors from the troupes of these temporary theatres were then employed as staff when the Royal Danish Theatre was opened in 1748, with
was considered to be the leading interpreter of mistress, heroine and girl's parts, and became very popular. Among her roles was Agnès in "Fruentimmerskolen" by Molière, and Isabella in "Don Ranudo" by Ludvig Holberg. Amongst the plays she translated for the theatre were "Deucalion", and "Pyrrha", which was performed in 1753. As with many actresses of this age, she was considered to be a prostitute; this was a common view in this period, as it was considered indecent of women to expose themselves in public, and Caroline
, being young, beautiful and unmarried, was particularly exposed to this – the novelty of female actors drew people to the theatre; it was said that many people came there just to see the women on the stage, who were considered very exotic.
Together with the other members of these troupes, Lenkiewitz belonged to Denmark's first wave of 'native' actors, and together with her female colleagues of 1747, such as Anna Dorothea Lund (d. 1759, "The greatest soubrette Denmark has even seen") and Caroline
she was also her country's first professional actress; during the 18th century, the theatre of Copenhagen was short of actresses because of the bad reputation of the profession; in 1753, there were only five in employment in Denmark.
According to legend that the Danish theatrical historian Thomas Overskou mentions in his work on the Danish theater,
was murdered when she was only 19 years old. She is said to have had an affair with the Russian emissary in Copenhagen Baron Johann Albrecht von Korff, who belonged to the freemasons; she had tricked him into revealing some secret signs, and as a consequence, he murdered her by having his servant blood let her to death. However this story is pure fabrication, and does not seem to have had any adherents until Overskou mentioned it in 1856. Other sources claim that, in reality, she died of the fever.
In 1751, Ludvig Holberg visited her father's shop and asked her sister to work in the newly established Royal Danish Theatre, Det Kongelige, in Copenhagen; she declined, but Lisbeth asked if she could come instead. She was accepted and debuted on the stage as Pernille in Holberg's play "Kildererejsen" in 1752. The theatre had been founded only four years earlier, and only five other actresses were employed there: Utilia Lenkiewitz, Anna Catharina Materna, Caroline
and Anna Dorothea Lund. In the absence of any theatre school, Lisbeth learned from her colleagues and her own talent. When Anna Catharina Materna left the theatre in 1753 and Caroline
died in 1754 she quickly rose to become the primadonna of the theatre; in 1756: she was given the same salary as Utilia Lenkiewitz and Anna Dorothea Lund, and she was the first actress to have a carriage and a private maid paid for by the theatre. Danish society was not accustomed to this degree of public exposure and the profession of actress was not yet respectable; a result was that Lisbeth acquired a reputation among her contemporaries for arrogance.
VISQ (Portuguese acronym for "Variables that Interact Semi-Quantitatively") is a scientific-educational software developed using Carnegie-Mellon's cT, in the year of 1993 by M.
(as an physics undergrad at the time), based on Jon Ogborn ideas for semi-quantitative modeling of dynamical systems, for both MS-DOS and Macintosh systems (in 2012 the author published a new, Windows compatible version). Awarded by the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) in 1994, the system is based on the theory of continuous neural networks, and have been used in many research projects since then, mainly in Master and Doctoral Dissertations in the area of environmental education. An introduction to VISQ (in Portuguese) can be found at the university site, and the software can be freely downloaded from the author's site
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