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Carl Friedrich (disambiguation)
... Carl Friedrich was a German-American professor and political theorist ... to Carl Friedrich Abel (1723–1787), German composer Carl Friedrich Bruch (1789–1857), German ornithologist Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch (1736–1800 ...
Walhalla Memorial - List of Persons - Busts - Later Additions (after 1847)
... – Leader of the Protestant Reformation, translator of the Bible into German Heinrich Heine had remarked upon this omission ... Augustinian monk and naturalist Wilhelm I (1898) – German Emperor Otto von Bismarck (1908) – Chancellor of North German Confederation and then of the German Empire Helmuth Graf von Moltke (1910 ... and physicist Edith Stein (2008) – philosopher and saint Heinrich Heine (2009) – German Romantic poet ...
Thomasschule Zu Leipzig - Notable Former Teachers
... Johann Sebastian Bach - prolific German Baroque composer and organist Karl Ferdinand Braun - German inventor, physicist and Nobel Prize laureate Sethus Calvisius ...
List Of University Of Leipzig People - Notable Alumni
... Lothar Bisky, German politician Marc Bloch, French historian Jan Niecisław Baudouin de Courtenay, Polish linguist and slavist John Bohnius, German physician Tycho Brahe, Danish astronomer James ... Gustav Fechner, German psychologist Arnold Gehlen, German philosopher and sociologist Hans-Dietrich Genscher, German politician, Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor Kurt Albert Gerlach, German sociologist ... American politician Samuel Pufendorf, German jurist and historian Alexander Radishchev, Russian political thinker Constantine I, King of Greece Constantin Rădulescu-Motru, Romanian psychologist and ...
October 31 - Births
... 1291 – Philippe de Vitry, French composer and poet (d. 1821) 1815 – Karl Weierstraß, German mathematician (d. 1923) 1835 – Adolf von Baeyer, German chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (d ...

Famous quotes containing the words composer and/or german:

    A nation creates music—the composer only arranges it.
    Mikhail Glinka (1804–1857)

    By an application of the theory of relativity to the taste of readers, to-day in Germany I am called a German man of science, and in England I am represented as a Swiss Jew. If I come to be regarded as a bête noire the descriptions will be reversed, and I shall become a Swiss Jew for the Germans and a German man of science for the English!
    Albert Einstein (1879–1955)