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any of a family of bowed stringed instruments that preceded the violin family

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L'ambassadrice americaine a l'ONU, Samantha Power, a reclame, vendredi dernier, une [beaucoup moins que] enquete impartiale [beaucoup plus grand que] sur la maniere dont ont ete traitees par l'ONU les accusations de viols d'enfants portees contre des soldats francais de l'operation Sangaris en Centrafrique.
Aucun test d'ADN n'est impose aux auteurs des grossesses, de viols pour assumer leurs responsabilites.
On Friday June 13 the festival opens in the evening with a concert in The Chapel at Chirk Castle, given by Phantasm, an award-winning consort of viols founded by director Laurence Dreyfus.
REVIEW TITLE: The Rose Concert of Viols VENUE: St Paul's Hall REVIEW: Chris Robins HUDDERSFIELD Music Society opened their new season with a well-nigh full house which included many more students than usual.
Il en est de meme des cas de viols et autres agressions sexuelles (10.
5x12") book/audio CD package describes and illustrates each of the pieces in one of the largest collections of 17th and 18th century viols in the world.
Une minorite (1,3%) de familles ont fait etat d'enlevement de viols et de torture.
One of the greatest musical passions of the pre-Commonwealth 17th century was the consort of viols.
Oh, love is blest, for behind its first bother, viols enchant.
The group will be joined by the Chester Viols, who will perform works for the featured composer's favourite instrument.
Wigglesworth was born in Worcester, son of George and Viols M.
The concert will feature Renaissance music for viols, recorders and mixed consort of flute, violin, harpsichord and bass viol.
30pm concert at Durham City's Elvet Methodist Church, joining the Singers and the Arcadelt Consort of Viols for romantic songs by Tchaikovsky and Warlock and favourite Christmas anthems by John Rutter.
This vessel provides the only visual proof that a string instrument existed in the New World before the arrival of the Spanish with their viols, violins, and guitars.
Viols were hugely popular in the 16th century, but went out of fashion when music developed away from the country houses and switched to concert halls.