1. Tina Frhauf of lily & sapphire
Tina Frhauf (born 23 September 1972 in Essen, Germany) is a German-American musicologist. She is Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University in New York and serves on the doctoral faculty of the Graduate Center, CUNY.
She is Associate Executive Editor at Rpertoire International de Littrature Musicale. Frhauf's teaching and research draw upon diverse methods and perspectives in scholarship to forge a broad and interdisciplinary musicology centered around history, performance, and ethnography. She is particularly interested in the interstices between music and religion.
The study of Jewish music in modernity has provided a primary focus for research for two decades, and has provided the context for her more recent ventures into new fields of inquiry, that is music and postmodernity and music and temporality. She has been conducting research in Israel, Germany, and the United States, and her work in these countries is ongoing. Frhauf's research in the area of music and Jewish studies has been funded by the American Musicological Society, the Leo Baeck Institute, the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, the German Academic Exchange Program (DAAD), among other organizations.
Her book Dislocated Memories: Jews, Music, and Postwar German Culture (Oxford University Press, 2014), co-edited with Lily E. Hirsch, won the Ruth A. Solie Award from the American Musicological Society, and the Award for Excellence for an Edited Volume on Jewish Studies and Music, Jewish Studies and Music Study Group, American Musicological Society.
In 2019, Frhauf has been DAAD Guest Professor at the Hochschule fr Musik und Theater Mnchen, where she laid the groundwork for the establishment of the Paul Ben-Haim Center, which is devoted to the study of music before, during, and after Nazism.
2. Map of lily & sapphire
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3. Marriages of lily & sapphire
Her first marriage was to Louis Carr Hamersley, a millionaire heir to a real estate fortune in New York City, who died in 1883 and was buried in the Trinity Church Cemetery.
As stipulated in his will, the bulk of his estate went to the first male child of his cousin, J. Hooker Hamersley, whose estate in turn went to his son, Louis Gordon Hamersley. However, she was guaranteed to receive an annual income of US$150,000 from the estate.
Second marriageHer second husband was George Charles Spencer-Churchill, 8th Duke of Marlborough (18441892), son of John Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough and Frances Anne Spencer-Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough; they were married in New York City in New York City Hall by Mayor Abram Hewitt in May 1888. As a result of this marriage, she became the Duchess of Marlborough on June 29, 1888. The inheritance she received from her first husband was used to restore Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
After she remarried, she sued her stepson, Charles Spencer-Churchill, 9th Duke of Marlborough, then married to Consuelo Vanderbilt, to retrieve the money spent on its restoration. Third marriageHer third husband was Lord William de la Poer Beresford (18471900), son of John Beresford, 4th Marquess of Waterford (1814-1866) and Christiana Leslie. As a result of this marriage, which took place on April 30, 1895, she became known as Lady William Beresford.
Before his death on 30 December 1900, they were the parents of one child: William Warren de la Poer Beresford (18971919).Later, she resided at 35 Adelaide Crescent in Hove, East Sussex, where she was convalescent. She died on January 11, 1909 in Dorking, Surrey, England.
She was buried in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Her will included GB180,000.
Josefina Passadori of lily & sapphire
Josefina Passadori (April 5, 1900 December 13, 1987) was an Argentinian writer who published several textbooks as well as poetry under the nom de plume Frken Thelma. Passadori was also a politician and educator. Passadori was born in Mezzanino, Pavia, Italy.
In 1922 she graduated from Escuela Normal de Profesoras Mary OGraham of La Plata, college at which she taught during almost forty years, mostly Spanish, Italian, History, Geography and Literature. Also worked for other schools, such as the Escuela Normal de la Inmaculada in La Plata, the Escuela N 18 del Consejo Escolar N14 in Buenos Aires, the School of Journalism of the Universidad Nacional de La Plata, and the Universidad Popular Sarmiento, for which she was the President for several years. At twenty, she founded the first Latin American school cooperative, of which she was also the first president.
She was also the head of many other cultural institutions; for instance, the Arts Society; and was the Education Undersecretary in the province of Buenos Aires and, later on, the Minority Secretary for the same state. Passadori published hundreds of articles in El Argentino, El Da, and Revista del Suboficial; gave conferences; and sponsored the "Ediciones del Bosque", an organization which promoted and published all of the intellectuals in Buenos Aires, including Ral Amaral, Mara Dhialma Tiberti, Mara de Villarino, and others. She published over 30 textbooks, some in collaboration with other authors, such as the Manual del Alumno used by many generations in Argentina.
Passadori died in San Isidro, Argentina, on December 13, 1987.
5. Lacey Green of lily & sapphire
Lacey Green is a village and civil parish in Wycombe district near Princes Risborough, in Buckinghamshire, England.
It is in the Chiltern Hills above the town. It was home to Heston Blumenthal, whose parents used to own amusement arcades in the area. RAF Bomber Command commandeered some agricultural land for an airfield during World War II.
The land has now reverted to agriculture, the school playing field and the village sports ground. The village has lost its Methodist chapel, shop and sub-post office but still retains a sports club, primary school, two pubs (three if you include The Pink and Lily at Parslow's Hillock), Village Hall and the windmill. The hamlet was known as Leasy Green in the early 19th century.
It is twinned with Hambye in France. Dated to 1650 by leading authority Stanley Freese, Lacey Green windmill is the oldest surviving smock mill in England and was restored from a state of almost total collapse by volunteers under the auspices of the Chiltern Society. Though it is widely believed that the mill was originally sited in nearby Chesham and moved to Lacey Green in 1821, no primary sources have been found to substantiate this and the Chiltern Society has been unable to trace the story beyond 1932 A somewhat speculative theory to perhaps explain the story's origin has been advanced by Michael Highfield, author of the Chiltern Society's guide to the mill.
He recounts a conversation with a 96-year-old lady who had lived in the area all her life and remembered being chased away from "Cheshums Mill" as a child. The Mill had been in the Cheshire family since the 1860s and was sometimes referred to locally as Cheshire's mill, applying the Buckinghamshire dialect possessive suffix 'ums', Cheshire's becomes Cheshums!
Guests and songs of lily & sapphire
Series One Episode One (2 September 2000)Lily's guests tonight were Gayle Tuesday, Mary Unfaithful, Madison Avenue (band), Michael Starke (actor) and Joanne Campbell. Matt Zinnerman was the Voice Over. Lily opened the show with All of Me and then later sung The Wonder of You as a duet with Michael Starke (actor).
Series One Episode Two (9 September 2000)Lily's guests tonight were Gayle Tuesday, Madeline Bell, Mel B and Mary Unfaithful. Brad Lavelle was the Voice Over. Lily opened the show with Let Me Entertain You and sung The Man I Love with Madeline Bell as a duet.
Series One Episode Three (16 September 2000)The guests on tonight's show were Gayle Tuesday, Liz Dawn, The Beautiful South, and Mary Unfaithful. Lily opened the show with Don't Tell Mama. Then later sung I Can't Give You Anything But Love as a duet with Liz Dawn.
Series One Episode Four (23 September 2000)Lily's guests tonight were Gayle Tuesday, Crystal Gayle, Martine McCutcheon and Mary Unfaithful. Matt Zinnerman was the Voice Over. Lily opened the show with Saved.
Series One Episode Five (30 September 2000)Gayle Tuesday, Sue Jenkins, Martin Kemp, Mary Unfaithful and Texas (band) were tonight's guests. Brad Lavelle was the Voice Over. Alongside Sue Jenkins, Lily sung Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay as a duet.
Lily closed the show with That's My Boy. Series One Episode Six (7 October 2000)For the last show in the present series, Lily's guests were Gayle Tuesday, Richard and Judy, Jackie Collins, Gray O'Brien and Mary Unfaithful. Lily opened the show with I'll Make A Man Of You.
Then later sung You're The Top as a duet with Gray O'Brien. Lily closed the show with Non Je Ne Regrette Rien.
Neston Diggle of lily & sapphire
Captain Neston William Diggle, CMG, RN (7 January 1881 17 December 1963) was a Royal Navy officer during the First World War who was Naval attach in Rome 19191922. Diggle was born in 1880, the son of Wadham Neston Diggle who had previously been a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy and his first wife, Emma Cookson. Diggle senior subsequently married on 5 April 1883 Lily Julia Noble (d.
25 January 1942). He entered the Royal Navy, training like all other naval cadets at Britannia, and was on 8 June 1897 appointed to the battleship HMS Royal Sovereign as a Midshipman. Diggle was soon after appointed to the battleship HMS Mars, when he was selected to travel with a procession of 12Â pdr guns in Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee parade through London.
He was promoted to Lieutenant on 15 July 1901, and served on board the Cormorant at Gibraltar from 1901 to 1902. In September 1902 he was posted to the protected cruiser HMS Isis, based at Dartmouth. Following service in the first world war, Diggle was British Naval attach in Rome from July 1919 until 1922.
In addition to the CMG, Diggle was awarded the 1914 Star, the World War I British War Medal, the World War I Victory Medal, the Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal, Officer of the French Legion of Honour, Officer of the Order of the Crown (Belgium), the Croix de guerre 1914-1918 (France) with palm, and the Croix de guerre (Belgium) with palm. After his retirement from the Royal Navy, Diggle lived in the village of Tellisford, Somerset and he became a director of the investment company the Sons of Gwalia Limited.