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Case studies will include examination of Dresden Frauenkirche (Germany), Atomic Bomb Dome (Japan), Neues Museum (Germany) and Cadiz Castle (Spain). ... Moreover, the Research is not limited to a single time period or a single geographical zone; it will analyze and synthesize findings from various different cultural and regional environments. ... Case Study 1: Dresden Frauenkirche Featuring one of the largest domes in the world, at the time of construction, Dresden Frauenkirche became a great wonder of engineering and a major symbol of Dresden ...doi:10.32473/ufjur.v20i3.106271 fatcat:2r5l5hl5h5f3plegwmox6e45ei
At a time when a round, dry prosiness or deteriorated rococo style prevailed, even in the church-style, the builder of the Frauenkirche returned to the good, old Italian renaissance and created a church ... ren Dresden—A City for the Artist-Photographer MAX E. R. AXONY’S capital is like a picture created by a master while in a happy mood. ...
To illustrate this argument I will draw on case studies of the Frauenkirche in Dresden, Germany, and the ruins of Oradour-sur-Glane in France. ... Architectural ruins created by bombing, artillery, and fire are a common feature of post-conflict urban and extra-urban environments, serving as stark reminders of the material impact of warfare and violence ... Dark: a Critical Approach to Dark Heritage'. ...doi:10.1179/1350503315z.00000000095 fatcat:zvmdvxnxanbsjemxjorfuxhhqm
On the Sunday which we spent in the city there was a large congre- gation, made up to a great extent of residents, and of the young people who have come to Dresden for education. ... There are two lines to Dresden, one of them pass- ing Meissen, an old town on the Elbe, where the ‘‘ Dresden china’? ...
The Musical Times
One might hear and play Bach under the same conditions as when Bach himself visited the city and gave a recital in the Frauenkirche. ... One could not imagine a Widor Symphony or a Hollins Concert Overture on a Silbermann organ, and the Dresden organists had almost of necessity to keep to the well-known classics; I doubt if any of them ...doi:10.2307/912227 fatcat:7v6kz6hazrdwvnjbu3lqc7mg5a
of the Dresdner Frauenkirche. ... We were able to identify the remains to be of male origin, showing sufficient DNA damage, deriving from a single person and being thus likely authentic. ... Acknowledgements We want to thank Kajo Kusen and the George Bähr Stiftung Dresden for their help in getting access to the skeletal remains of George Bähr. ...doi:10.1038/s41598-018-20180-z pmid:29391530 pmcid:PMC5794802 fatcat:3ratjy3hvzam5b6tv543dkekh4
Magazine of Music
Altogether; your readers would. find a visit tc Dresden’ pein in many ways., ' Houinays: Debhuber!’ Ss Siratis —— $6 oe TI. ... Lovers of painting will find more than enough to occupy them for weeks, and will perhaps, like me, be unable: to visit any of the museums, valuable as these are. ...
In Dresden, for instance, the campaign to rebuild the destroyed Frauenkirche was tied to the construction of a new Jewish synagogue as a penitential act of restitution. ... In Germany, in particular, activists in the Jewish-Christian dialogue understand the destruction of Jewish religious life in Europe as a turning point in Christian teachings on the Jewish future. ... Shortly after reunification, the people of Dresden organized a movement to rebuild the iconic cathedral of Dresden, known as the Frauenkirche (figure 2). 48 The Frauenkirche had remained a pile of rubble ...doi:10.6017/scjr.v15i1.12121 fatcat:gfrwgmsitzebfah7qz7l3tdh74
Magazine of Music
pays a dozen visits to the theatre or. concert-hall, where an English family in the same rank of life would pay one. ... that is revived, and to hear each | artiste of any note who visits their native town. | ; by them in London. | haps beyond all other nations, understand the DRESDEN, The consequence is that a German family ...
Munich and Memory
a visit to a local bookstore, I glanced through several books of photographs of the city before and after the war. ... While in Germany, I visited such cities as Berlin and Dresden and witnessed firsthand the many ruins left by the Second World War. ...doi:10.1525/9780520923027-002 fatcat:uyz5z4jtxjffvpsogkqluqhy6y
New Libraries in Old Buildings
The librarian discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the conversion and the library's importance to users. ... A barrel hall, designed in 1950/51 by the architect Manfred Lehmbruck as a textile printing hall for the Pausa company and extended in 1962 into a larger industrial complex was listed as a historical monument ... For the small town of Mössingen, the Pausa is an icon similar to the Berlin Wall for Berlin or the Frauenkirche for Dresden. ...doi:10.1515/9783110679663-010 fatcat:q4hbwrk2mna7ppxyfeq3jnmdly
The Musical Times
The fifty-eighth Annual General Meeting was held at the College, Kensington Gore, on Saturday, July 22, 1922, ... One might hear and play Bach under the same conditions as when Bach himself visited the city and gave a recital in the Frauenkirche. ... One could not imagine a Widor Symphony or a Hollins Concert Overture on a Silbermann organ, and the Dresden organists had almost of necessity to keep to the well-known classics; I doubt if any of them ...doi:10.2307/912228 fatcat:mqcenorn3je6fkj7gjjilawnua
Magazine of Music
A visit to Copenhagen in 1841, and the cor- diality with which he was received by the king, are described by Liszt in a letter to Léon Kreutzer. ... In 1840 Liszt went to Dresden and Leipzig. ...
In other cases, it is the responsibility of the national state to care for cultural heritage and cultural objects. ... International conventions may furnish help and advice and provide for monitoring any risk to the cultural heritage of state parties. ... The first concerns the Frauenkirche in Dresden. The church was destroyed in World War II. The remaining ruins were designated as a memorial against war and destruction. ...doi:10.1017/s094073911400023x fatcat:jknidwthpvdtfcqpt6hiottggq
In 1722 Dresden City Council decided to commission the master carpenter of the city, George Bähr, to build a new Frauenkirche to show off the prosperity achieved by the capital of Saxony. ... The objective wants the Frauenkirche to recuperate its predominance in the city and in the urban structure of the historic centre of Dresden. ... The National Museum of Doha in Qatar was given a prize for the restoration of the whole group and the creation of a national museum in a group of buildings closely linked to Qatar history and traditions ...doi:10.4995/loggia.1999.5364 fatcat:fprnogec5fdo5avjwjec2mjamm
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