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Much of this new digital direction for classical music is fed by the explosion of online archives, suddenly making available a deluge of scores in the public domain. As an example, the autographed “Razumovsky” quartet score is instantly available to anyone, in scanned PDF format at www.imslp.org, home to the International Music Score Library Project. “The treasures on which our tradition is built” are right there online, Kitchen says. “It’s a colossal resource, and it’s changing our lives.”.

The project is aimed at shedding light onto an aspect of American history that is often overlooked, Yamaichi was among the 100,000 Japanese-Americans forced to leave their homes when Executive Order 9066 was issued in February 1942 after Pearl Harbor was bombed by dance monogram/decal/personalized dance decal/ballet decal/ monogrammed dancer/dance monograms/dance teams/ballerina/dancing Japan two months before, The order mandated that anyone on the West Coast who was deemed a threat to national security be confined in internment camps across the country, “It’s a part of our national history that is not well known across the country,” said Rebecca Kohn, associate librarian of SJSU’s Martin Luther King Jr, Library, “It’s a warning and caution for the future in terms of what happens in wartime, An entire community’s lives can be uprooted and disrupted.”..

All seats are $5. Tickets can be purchased by calling 925-427-1611 or online at www.pittsburgcaliforniatheatre.com. Pittsburg Pops set (for May 17. PITTSBURG — The Pittsburg Pops presents “For the Love of Classical” featuring classical piano and classical guitar featuring the works Carille Bruno-Thayer, Jim Coniglio, Grace Edwards, Good Shepherd Choir, Ronald A. Llenado and Leandra Ramm. The performance is 8 p.m. May 17 at the California Theatre, 351 Railroad Ave. Admission is $15 for adults and $7 for students. Dinner package is $40 for adults and $20 for children.

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George H.W. Bush, 93, has described the mother of their six children as “the mainstay, of course, the parent who was always there to help solve the daily problems and emergencies of teen and preteen life.”. In her 1994 memoir, Barbara Bush described her and her husband as “the two luckiest people in the world, and when all the dust is settled and all the crowds are gone, the things that matter are faith, family and friends. We have been inordinately blessed, and we know that.”.