500 Piano Intros for the Great Standards (The Steinway by Ed Shanapy

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These were the factors that led to the nature of Prussia’s absolutist reforms toward centralization and bureaucratization. To unite and protect the noncontiguous territories he gained during the Thirty Years’ War, Frederick William built a centralized administration and a large, disciplined army. 33 In addition, the legal power of the nobility as the religious protectors of their Lutheran subjects was abrogated, although this privilege had been renewed at the end of the Thirty Years’ 14 ❧ carol k.

Bernard Miall, is a critique of Kuhnau’s novel. 41. ” 42. Friedrich Herbert Wagman, Magic and Natural Science in German Baroque Literature (New York: AMS Press, 1966), 135. Other novels by Weise are Die drey Haupt-Verderber in Teutschland (1691) and Der politische Näscher (1678). 43. Joachim Menzhausen, “Five Centuries of Art Collecting in Dresden,” in The Splendor of Dresden (New Haven: Eastern Press, 1978), 21. 44. Wilson, German Armies, 185. Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly, Court Culture in Dresden: From Renaissance to Baroque (Houndsmills/New York: Palgrave, 2002), 193, locates Johann Georg III on the field of battle in 1683, 1688, 1689, and 1691, when he died in battle.

Baron 60. BWV 212, Mer hahn en neue Oberkeet (We have a new master). Its text uses Saxon peasant dialect. The bureaucrat was Carl Heinrich von Dieskau. 61. Siegele, “Bach and Domestic Politics,” 20–21. 62. Wilson, German Armies, 253. 63. Blanning, The Culture of Power, 72. 64. Peter Gay, The Enlightenment: The Science of Freedom (New York: W. W. Norton, 1969), 485. The philosophers’ “reserve, their refusal of pressing invitations, and their outright hostility” were more significant than either their accepting his patronage—as Voltaire and Christian Wolff had—or their words of praise (485).

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