Archive for June, 2009

Isaac Newton

Sir Isaac Newton is a famous physicist and philosopher of the 17th century, whose intellectual power, inspiration and systematic imagination found no equal one in the whole history of science. His contribution in the development and progress of mathematics thought still remains unsurpassed. Newton was born on December 25, 1642, at Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire. His father, […]

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George Gershwin (Part II)

A combination of the elements of jazz and folk with traditional symphonic compositions is considered to be a unique musical approach of Gershwin. The first attempt of such creative experiment was his opera 135th Street, which, indeed, was not very successful. But the next work in the framework of this “mixed” style, The Rhapsody in […]

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