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Halcyon
   means   
In Classical Legends, a Bird Said to Nest on the Sea and to Calm the Waters to Make This Possible
Usually identified with the kingfisher, and derived from the Greek myth of Alcyone.
Baroque Music
   is   
A Style of European Classical Music Widespread Between 1600 & 1750
Associated with Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Monteverdi, etc.
Classical Period
   is   
A Style of European Music Written Between 1730 and 1820
Associated with Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, and Schubert
20th Century Classical Music
   is   
A Style of European Music Written Between 1900 & 2000
Associated with Ravel, Stravinsky, Bartok, Mahler, Boulez, etc.
Contemporary Classical Music
   is   
A Style of European Music Written Between 1975 and the Present
Embraces movements such as polystylism, conceptualism, minimalism, modernism, serialism, etc.
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Classical (Greek & Roman) Religion
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Classical Latin Writing & Phonology
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Classical Latin Etymology & Phonology
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Classical Latin Dictionaries
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Classical Latin Grammar
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Classical Latin Usage
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Hellenic Languages Classical Greek
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Classical Greek Writing & Phonology
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Classical Greek Etymology
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Classical Greek Dictionaries
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Classical Greek Grammar
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Classical Greek Usage
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Classical Mechanics Solid Mechanics
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Hellenic Literatures Classical Greek
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Classical Greek Poetry
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Classical Greek Drama
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Classical Greek Epic Poetry & Fiction
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Classical Greek Lyric Poetry
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Classical Greek Speeches
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Classical Greek Letters
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Classical Greek Satire & Humor
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Classical Greek Miscellaneous Writings
Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
   is situated in   
Canada
Vancouver. Careful balance of water, rocks, plants and architecture-harmony and tranquility
Sergei Prokofiev
   composed   
Classical Symphony
No. 1
Paderweski, Iturbe, Horowitz, Rubinstein
   are all   
Classical Concert Pianists from the Past
China
   is the site of   
Classical Gardens of Suzhou
Germany
   is the site of   
Classical Weimar
Austria is the Home of the Classical Guitar
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False
Spain
1950
   Leroy released   
Classical Jukebox
Based on the 50's hit "Music! Music! Music!". here is a jukebox playing only classical pieces
Prokofiev's Symphony No. 1
   has the nickname   
Classical
Composed by Sergei Prokofiev
"WTWP Classical Talkity-Talk Radio"
   was released by   
Peter Schickele for P.D.Q. Bach
1992 - Best Comedy Album
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Classical & Modern Greek Languages
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Classical & Modern Greek Literatures
Classical Disco
   was released by   
Ferrante & Teicher
1977
Harold Brodkey
   wrote   
A Story in an Almost Classical Mode
1975; The New Yorker
John Adams
   was a/an   
Classical Composer
Pulitzer-prize winner composer, born, 1947
Leonard Pennario
   was a/an   
Classical Pianist
Recorded over 60 LP's; 1924-2008
Charles Ives
   was a/an   
Classical Composer
Innovative and original, 1874-1954
George Gershwin
   was a/an   
Classical Composer
Orchestral, solo piano, operas and Broadway musicals; 1898-1937
George Gershwin
   was a/an   
Classical Pianist
Milton Babbitt
   was a/an   
Classical Composer
Noted for his serial and electronic music; b. 1916
Men’s 50k Classical (Cross-Country)
      
Iivo Niskanen
Finland
Men’s Sprint Classical (Cross-Country)
      
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo
Norway
Women’s 30k Classical (Cross-Country)
      
Marit Bjørgen
Norway
Women’s Sprint Classical (Cross-Country)
      
Stina Nilsson
Sweden






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