Main Part

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Elisabeth Frösslind - Debut and Career
... In 1811 Elisabet Frösslind debuted in the main part in the opera Cendrillon by Nicolo Isouard, which was to remain her greatest and most appreciated part ... She had been given this part by direct orders from director Skjöldenbrand, which caused a conflict with several of the most established actors of the theatre ... that the actor Gustav Åbergsson, the theatre's main actor in lover-parts, had been on a study trip to Paris with Carolina Kuhlman "An actor of the higher comedy, Mr Åbergsson, had in the ...
Zalma, Missouri - History
... Part of the material was used to construct a residence on the mill site, and the remainder was used to build an addition to a structure on the northwest corner of King and Nora streets, which for many years housed ... line by lease in 1886, and it then became a part of the Cape Girardeau Southwestern ... DO BUSINESS AT ZALMA” Work on a big box factory building at Zalma is about completed, a part of the machinery is in place and timber is being sawed preparatory to the manufacture of all kinds of ...
Weißenbach (Hall In Tirol / Mils) - Main Part
... The main part passes through Mils in a large ballast layer with a water quality between A and B grade ...
Mylène Farmer En Tournée - Content - Indoor Concerts
... only Farmer who is joined by the other dancers until the main part begins ... No Before the main part, similar to the album version, begins, there's an interlude lasting about one minute and a half ... No Before the main part of the song begins, there is an introduction lasting about one minute and a half ...

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