This article reveals the background of the young Ernő Dohnányi's successes as a pianist and a composer, through the investigation of all available press articles, concert programs, letters and other contemporary documents, to make a step to create an authentic image of Dohnányi. October 24, 1898, the day of Dohnányi's debut in London, marked a decisive turn in the artist's career. After concerts in Hungary, Vienna and Germany he came into the focus of attention of wide audiences by playing Beethoven's Piano Concerto in G major at the London St James's Hall. The warm reception and the sensational news in the press launched a chain reaction of invitations and Dohnányi's international career. His first England tour (October-December 1898) was followed by two further tours within a year (January-March and October-December 1899, respectively) and his series of successes was crowned by these two tours of America (March-April 1900, November 1900 - March 1901). In the meantime he acquired fame as a composer as well: with his Piano Concerto in E minor (op. 5b) he won the Bösendorfer Competition in Vienna in March 1899 and the three-movement version of the work (op. 5) was performed several times in Hungary, England, Germany and the United States. His String Quartet (op.7) was performed in London, his Sonata for Violoncello (op. 8) in London and New York. His piano pieces (op. 2, 4, 6) - just as the piano parts of his Quintet (op. 1) and Concerto - were played by him several times. The promising, yet unknown youth at the beginning of his career turned into an internationally acknowledged and appreciated artist within three years.
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An outline of the 53rd New England Association of Chemistry Teachers Summer Conference is given along with a detailed listing of the conference participants and the lectures presented. Then it is proposed that the Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology of the American Chemical Society host similar conferences around the country to influence high school teachers in their teaching of nuclear science.
Drawing on Pierre Macherey’s location of ‘real history’ in the silences and gaps of the historical record, this paper studies the changing role of the paid singer in England. Although singers and musicians in England have been rewarded for their performances at all periods, more attention has been given in recent years to traditional singing as a recreational, even domestic activity than as a means of livelihood. Because of their constantly changing social status, the position of the paid singer has been ambiguous and frequently oppositional. A recent book sees their status as one of continuous decline. However, the process was not a continuous and inevitable one: the singer adapted to changes in society and found new sources of support.
Scientific journals play an important role in international academic information exchange. Their international performance
can be evaluated through the comparison of the geographical distribution patterns of authors, citations and subscriptions.
In this study we analyzed 3 journals, i.e., Chinese Chemical Letters (China), Chemical Communications (England) and Chemistry Letters (Japan), for their regional distribution patterns of the editorial board members, the authors database, and the citation
regions, using the bibliometric method, on the basis of the Web of Science. The results show that, compared with international
journals, the Chinese Chemical Letters lags behind in all aspects.