Synonyms for wirken or Related words with wirken
Examples of "wirken"
See Palacký, "J. Dobrowskys Leben und gelehrtes
See Umfrid, "Karl Planck, dessen Werke und
" (Tübingen, 1881); and Schmidt, "Das Lebensideal Karl Christian Plancks", in the "Vortrage der philosophischen Gesellschaft" (Berlin, 1896).
He is the author of a life of Prince Gallitzin: "Leben und
des Prinzen Demetrius Augustin von Gallitzin" (Münster, 1861).
He died in Vienna. He is interred at the Protestant Friedhof Matzleinsdorf (top middle vault, No. 109). In 1922 medical historian Max Neuburger published his biography with the title ""Hermann Nothnagel, Leben und
eines deutschen Klinikers"".
In collaboration with Franz Hülskamp he wrote "Papst Pius IX in seinem Leben und
", 4th ed. (1875) and in collaboration with Wittmer "Rom, Wegweiser durch die ewige Stadt" (1866, 1870).
Cuddy also wrote a book, translated into the German language, "Dein Körper spricht für dich: Von innen
, überzeugen, ausstrahlen" (Your body speaks for you: From the inside, work, convince, radiate).
Walter Blankenburg published an essay collection, with contributions by scholars such as Dûrr and David, in 1970. In 1976 Barbara Schwendowius and Wolfgang Dömling published a collection of eleven essays by, among others, Wolff and Dürr under the title "Johann Sebastian Bach : Zeit, Leben,
". The next year the book was translated as "Johann Sebastian Bach: Life, Times, Influence".
Initially a prominent supporter of Güntherianism; in the 1870s he became involved with the German Old Catholic movement. He was the author of a biographical work on theologian Johann Baptista Baltzer called ""Johannes Baptista Baltzers Leben,
und wissenschaftliche Bedeutung"" (1877). Other significant publications by Melzer include:
Aside from her books on household economics and etiquette, she was the author of: "Bilder und Klänge", poems, Cassel, 1871; "Weibliches
in Küche, Wohnzimmer, und Salon", Berlin, 1874; third edition, 1882; "Leo", a novel, 1876; "Ein Blick ins Leben", Stuttgart, 1877; "Wilde Blumen" a novel, Bremen, 1880; "Echter Adel", Stuttgart, 1883; and "Bella's Blaubuch", Leipzig, 1883.
He was born at Göttingen, and educated at the university. He then spent some years as a tutor in Amsterdam. In 1798 he returned to Germany, and in 1802 was appointed director of the Friedrichsgymnasium at Altenburg, which post he held till his death. His biography was written by his son Constantin, with the title "A. Matthiä in seinem Leben und
", etc. (1845).
A later work, "Der Seele
und Gestalten" ("The Action of the Soul and its Effect"), dealt with similar themes and was also split up into three books: "The Soul of the Child and the Parent's Duty", a study in pedagogy; "The Soul of the Nation and the Molders of its Power", which argued that the Volk was an indivisible unit and was shaped by its leaders so that bad leadership could kill off a group; "The God-Story of the Nations", which claimed that culture was more important to any people than civilisation and that it was tied in to their will to creation itself.
He studied at the University of Leipzig, in which city he saw the performances of August Wilhelm Iffland, Ferdinand Esslair, and other distinguished actors who occasionally played there. He began his career as an actor at Nuremberg in 1807, and finally became a member of the Hofburgtheater in Vienna. He played both heroic and character parts, and was for many years the central figure at the famous playhouse with which he was so long identified. He published an autobiography under the title of "Heinrich Anschütz, Erinnerungen aus dessen Leben und
" (Heinrich Anschütz, Recollections from his life and works; Vienna, 1866).
A century after the composer's death two short biographies were published. Joh. Carl Schauer published "Joh. Seb. Bach's Lebensbild : Eine Denkschrift auf seinem 100 jährigen Todestag, den 28. Jul. 1850, aus Thüringen, seinem Vaterlande", and Carl L. Hilgenfeldt published "Johann Sebastian Bach's Leben,
und Werke: ein Beitrag zur Kunstgeschichte des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts" (Johann Sebastian Bach's life, influence and works: a contribution to the art history of the 18th century) "als Programm zu dem am 28. Julius 1850 eintretenden Säculartage des Todes von Johann Sebastian Bach" (as a program for the centennial days of Johann Sebastian Bach's death, starting 28 July 1850).
Outside of the CD that accompanies Hans Felix Husadel: Werk,
, Wirkung ; Dokumentation zum Symposium, there is no full program of Husadel music available. The CD from the Großkonzert given as part of the symposium included members of Luftwaffenmusikorps 1 and 2 as well as the Musikkorps der Bundeswehr all conducted by Michael Schramm. The CD includes four marches: “Fliegerfanfare”; “Silberkondor”; “Der deutschen Luftwaffe gewidmet”; and “Peronne-Marsch”. There are also two transcriptions by Husadel: “Die versunkene Kathedrale” and “Toccata und Fuge in d-moll”.
At a meeting in Munich in February 2011, under the patronage of the presidents of 12 member states of the European Union, the board determined which courses the university would provide. These were to be taught in various cities across the union, in several languages, including English, German, and Spanish. In line with the international nature of the university, students, teachers, and prominent European thinkers would meet at an international symposium at the graduation. It was also decided that Alma Mater Europaea would be incorporated in European and international networks of universities through cooperation agreements. At the meeting it was decided that in the first stage, Alma Mater Europaea would start three 2-year master's degree programs. The university board stated that Alma Mater Europaea would be based on three so-called "W principles": Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft,
. In German, this means: Science, Economy, Effect.
Carl Johann Theodor Abs, generally referred to as Carl Abs (September 12, 1851 - February 18, 1895), born in Groß Godems, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, also known as "The German Oak" was one of Germany's most well known professional wrestlers in the 19th century and is considered the founder of modern professional wrestling in Germany. His life and work both inside and outside the ring attracted great public interest in the late 19th century. In 1891 a book about the life of Carl Abs as a championship wrestler and a champion for the poor was published called "Carl Abs, der Meisterschafts-Ringer der Welt: Sein Leben u.
" ("Carl Abs, the wrestling Champion of the world: his life and work").
The following are his chief works: "Echte Akten heiliger Martyrer des Morgenlandes", translated from the Syriac (2 vols., Innsbruck, 1836); "Ausgewählte Schriften des heiligen Ephräm", translated from the Greek and the Syriac (6 vols., Innsbruck, 1837; new ed., Augsburg, 1845-of which vols. IV and V are German martial versions of Ephraem's Syriac hymns, "Ephräm's Reden wider die Ketzer", in vol. XXVIII of "Sämtliche Werke der heil. Väter" (Kempten, 1859); "Harfenklänge vom Libanon" (Innsbruck, 1840); "Festkränze aus Libanon's Garten" (Dillingen, 1846); "Marien-Rosen aus Damaskus" (Innsbruck, 1853; 2nd ed., Augsburg, 1955); "Leben und
des heil. Simeon Stylites" (Innsbruck, 1855); "Monumenta Syriaca ex romanis codd. collecta" (Innsbruck, 1869); "Chrestomathia Syriaca cum indice vocabularum" (Rome, 1871); "Lexicon Syriacum in usum Chrestomathiae" (Rome, 1873).
He next proceeded to investigate other Pauline epistles and the "Acts of the Apostles" in the same manner, publishing his results in 1845 under the title "Paulus, der Apostel Jesu Christi, sein Leben und
, seine Briefe und seine Lehre". In this he contends that only the Epistle to the Galatians, First and Second Epistle to the Corinthians and Epistle to the Romans are genuinely Pauline, and that the Paul of the Acts of the Apostles is a different person from the Paul of these genuine Epistles, the author being a Paulinist who, with an eye to the different parties in the Church, is at pains to represent Peter as far as possible as a Paulinist and Paul as far as possible as a Petrinist.
Quaker communities were established in 1677 and 1678 in what is now Germany at Emden and Friedrichstadt (extinct in 1727). English and American Friends organized a Quaker colony in Friedensthal (Peace Valley), which existed from 1792 until 1870 in what is now Bad Pyrmont, a city in the district of Hamelin-Pyrmont, in Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), Germany. Land was donated for a meeting house in January 1791 and the Quaker Meeting House was built. In 1933, it was reconstructed and relocated from its original site to Bombergallee 9, Bad Pyrmont. The German Annual Meeting (Deutsche Jahresversammlung) was organized in 1880. The Germany Yearly Meeting (die Deutsche Jahresversammlung or DJV) resulted from the 1923 mergers of the German Annual Meeting with the Friends of Quakerism (Freunde des Quäkertums) and, in 1925, the Federation of German Friends (Bund der deutschen Freunde) and serves as an umbrella organization for the small liberal Quaker presence in Germany and Austria. This body uses a translation of Britain Yearly Meeting's current book of discipline "Quaker Faith and Practice: The book of Christian discipline of the Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Britain" entitled "Quäker—Glaube und
(das Handbuch der Quäker zur christlichen Lebensführung, übersetzt aus dem Englischen)", 2010, 468 pp., price: €25.00 plus postage, ISBN 978-3-929696-44-8
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