Synonyms for whelden or Related words with whelden

menhennick              hankla              jollimore              ehlmann              errickson              mensinger              rogeness              ehresman              kesby              liddelow              thomaspaul              rensberger              mazyck              noblett              leuty              serviceroyal              gulliford              wilborn              lowber              rewoldt              yuzdepski              maccharles              neverson              roueche              leross              knowlden              moodey              grindstaff              rettstatt              picarello              leaverton              pfaffenberger              muehlbronner              goldbourne              kranyak              giggins              brasovan              cryder              bouchie              manitowabi              lynville              richmon              churchwell              robertsongary              martelle              brohawn              falby              waymire              woolever              luuloa             

Examples of "whelden"
In 2000, Kitka received funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Rockefeller Foundation to launch the New Folksongs Commissioning Project, which engages American composers to write new works for the group. New Folksongs commissions premiered to date include compositions by Pauline Oliveros, Chen Yi, David Lang, Linda Tillery, Janet Kutulas (Kitka's Music Director), Daniel Hoffman, Thilo Reinhardt and Roy Whelden.
The Jenkins–Whelden Farmstead is a historic farmstead at 221 Pine Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. It is one of Barnstable's best-preserved farm properties. The farm complex includes a c. 1840 house, an older 18th century house that is used as a toolshed, two barns, and several other small outbuildings. The current main house is a three-bay 1-1/2 story Cape cottage with Federal styling. The toolshed is believed to have been built by Thomas Jenkins (1666-1745), and was part of a larger house which was originally located on Church Street.
In a June 18, 1945, address to Congress, General Dwight D. Eisenhower said of the Red Cross service in World War II, "The Red Cross, with its clubs for recreation, its coffee and doughnuts in the forward areas, its readiness to meet the needs of the well and to help minister to the wounded has often seemed the friendly hand of this nation, reaching across the sea to sustain its fighting men." An account of one World War II American Red Cross Girl is recorded in "Destination Unknown" by Kathleen Cox; her mother, LeOna Cox, was recruited to Red Cross Service by a fellow teacher at Allegheny College. Another account of an American Red Cross World War II worker is related in letters by Evelyn Merritt Welden, compiled in the book "How to Play During a War: A Free Spirit's Life in Letters," by her son, Lynne Whelden.
The World War I Memorial is a bronze sculpture by Pietro Montana and is located at the intersection of Taunton Avenue, Whelden Avenue, and John Street in East Providence, Rhode Island, United States. The sculpture is modeled on Charles Atlas and depicts a dynamically posed soldier standing on a granite base. Montana's original design was modified by the East Providence Memorial Committee for being "too brutal". Dedicated on July 30, 1927, Major General Charles Pelot Summerall gave an address which highlighted the handicap placed upon the soldiers by a lack of preparedness and "invoked the fighting ideal embodied by Montana's doughboy." The World War I Memorial was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
The Palazzo Strozzi in Florence commissioned composer Bruce Adolphe to create a work based on Bronzino poems, and the piece, "Of Art and Onions: Homage to Bronzino", features a prominent viola da gamba part. Jay Elfenbein has also written works for the Yukimi Kambe Viol Consort, Les Voix Humaines, and Elliot Z. Levine, among others. Other composers for viols include Moondog, Kevin Volans, Roy Whelden, Toyohiko Satoh, Roman Turovsky, Giorgio Pacchioni, Michael Starke, Emily Doolittle, and Jan Goorissen. Composer Henry Vega has written pieces for the Viol: "Ssolo," developed at the Institute for Sonology and performed by Karin Preslmayr, as well as for Netherlands based ensemble The Roentgen Connection in 2011 with "Slow slower" for recorder, viola da gamba, harpsichord and computer. The Aston Magna Music Festival has recently commissioned works including viol from composers Nico Muhly and Alex Burtzos. The Italian contemporary composer Carlotta Ferrari has written two pieces for viol: "Le ombre segrete" in 2015, and "Profondissimi affetti" in 2016, this latter being based on RPS modal harmony system.