Eccidi dell’alto Reno

Gli eccidi dell’alto Reno furono una serie di stragi perpetrate dalle forze armate tedesche contro la popolazione civile e formazioni partigiane durante la Seconda guerra mondiale, nei comuni di Granaglione, Porretta Terme, Lizzano in Belvedere, Gaggio Montano e Grizzana Morandi in Emilia-Romagna, attuate tra il 4 luglio e il 2 ottobre 1944, parallelamente alla strage di Marzabotto, causando oltre 140 morti.

I processi per le stragi, benché riconosciute ufficialmente, non vennero mai celebrati in quanto tutti gli incartamenti riguardanti gli avvenimenti rimasero per anni nascosti nel cosiddetto “armadio della vergogna”, rinvenuto solo nel 1994.

L’eccidio di Biagioni fu una strage compiuta nell’omonima frazione del comune di Granaglione, il 4 luglio 1944 in cui le truppe tedesche rastrellarono e uccisero 9 civili che il giorno prima avevano distrutto un automezzo tedesco. Attilio Vivarelli e Saverio Bruni vennero impiccati nella pubblica piazza davanti alle rispettive famiglie, mentre gli altri sette partigiani vennero fucilati dalle SS. Il partigiano Paolo Calistri però non rimase ucciso dai proiettili e, in un tentativo di fuga, venne raggiunto e massacrato dalle truppe tedesche a colpi di calcio di fucile. Misteriosamente, i sette partigiani fucilati, vennero registrati nell’albo dei caduti e dei dispersi come appartenenti alla Repubblica Sociale Italiana (RSI), vittime di agguati dei partigiani.

Il fascicolo numero 961, ritrovato nell’armadio della vergogna, indica come responsabili ignoti soldati delle SS tedesche ed italiane a cui i Reali Carabinieri di Porretta Terme imputarono, nel marzo 1946 i reati di “Violenza con omicidio art. 185 c.p.m.g.” e “Omicidio e aiuto al nemico“. Sentenziato con un non luogo a provvedere il 21 novembre 1944, il processo non fu mai celebrato.

L’eccidio di Castelluccio fu una strage compiuta nell’omonima frazione del comune di Porretta Terme, il 12 agosto 1944 in cui le truppe tedesche uccisero 8 persone, cioè un partigiano, 2 donne e 5 montanari e accusati di aiutare i locali partigiani facenti parte della brigata Toni Matteotti Montagna, di ritorno dalla battaglia per la difesa della repubblica partigiana di Montefiorino, in provincia di Modena. A causa di una spiata, essi caddero in una imboscata nei pressi di Castelluccio l’11 agosto 1944. Quindi furono imprigionati nella locale ex scuola, e poi fucilati il mattino dopo. Tra loro anche il partigiano Paul Henri Moscard detto il “francesino”, un paracadutista parigino arruolato coattamente nell’esercito tedesco, che aveva però disertato nell’estate 1944 per unirsi ai partigiani. I loro 8 nomi sono nella lapide esposta sul muro della ex scuola di Castelluccio Bolognese. (Attenzione a non confondere questo paesino col vicino Castelluccio Modenese).

Il fascicolo numero 960, ritrovato nell’armadio della vergogna, indica come responsabili ignoti soldati delle SS tedesche ed italiane a cui i Reali Carabinieri di Porretta Terme imputarono, nel marzo 1946 i reati di “Violenza con omicidio art. 185 c.p.m.g.” e “Omicidio e aiuto al nemico“. Sentenziato con un non luogo a provvedere il 21 novembre 1944, il processo non fu mai celebrato

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L’eccidio di Ca’ Berna (o Ca’ di Berna o Casa Berna) fu una strage compiuta nell’omonima frazione del comune di Lizzano in Belvedere, il 27 settembre del 1944 in cui persero la vita in 29 (o 28 o 30, secondo altre fonti), tra anziani, donne e bambini.

Dopo il massacro di Sant’Anna di Stazzema commesso il 12 agosto 1944, gli eccidi nazifascisti contro i civili sembravano essersi momentaneamente fermati. Ma il feldmaresciallo Albert Kesselring aveva scoperto che a Marzabotto agiva con successo la brigata Stella Rossa, e voleva dare un duro colpo a questa organizzazione e ai civili che la appoggiavano.

Il capo dell’operazione, Walter Reder, comandante del 16º reparto corazzato ricognitori (Panzeraufklärungsabteilung) della 16. SS-Panzergrenadier-Division Reichsführer SS, si stava recando infatti a Marzabotto assieme ad un contingente di truppe tedesche per compiere il ben più noto eccidio di Monte Sole (o “strage di Marzabotto”). Percorrendo quindi la strada che collegava l’antica pieve di Madonna dell’Acero, appena sotto la vetta del Corno alle Scale, a Vidiciatico, Lizzano in Belvedere steel insulated water bottle, Gaggio Montano e poi Marzabotto, le truppe tedesche si scontrarono con una piccola formazione di partigiani appartenenti alla 7ª Brigata Garibaldi Modena, Divisione Armando, all’altezza della frazione di Ca’ Berna, dove vivevano varie famiglie di pastori.

Dopo lo scontro con i partigiani, le truppe tedesche radunarono una trentina di persone, rastrellate nelle case adiacenti e quasi tutte tra i 12 e i 70 anni, all’interno di un caseggiato e cominciarono ad ucciderli «con un colpo di pistola ravvicinato in fronte fashionable football jerseys, in modo che ognuno assistesse alla morte del vicino».

Lo stesso giorno vennero uccisi anche i due partigiani Armando Zolli, medaglia d’oro al valore militare, e Dante Benazzi, medaglia d’argento al valore militare, colpiti dalle truppe tedesche sulla strada per Vidiciatico.

L’eccidio di Ronchidoso fu una strage compiuta nell’omonima frazione del comune di Gaggio Montano, il 28 e il 29 settembre 1944 in cui le truppe tedesche uccisero 69 persone.

L’eccidio di Silla fu una strage compiuta lungo il fiume Reno, nei pressi di Silla, frazione del comune di Gaggio Montano, tra il 24 settembre e il 29 settembre 1944, in cui le truppe tedesche uccisero 4 persone.

L’ eccidio di Savignano fu una strage compiuta a Famaticcia di Savignano, frazione del comune di Grizzana Morandi, nella notte tra il 29 e 30 settembre 1944 in cui truppe tedesche delle SS uccisero 8 operai, rastrellati tra Grizzana e Vergato e obbligati a scavare trincee per l’Organizzazione Todt.

L’eccidio di Molinaccio fu una strage compiuta nell’omonima frazione del comune di Gaggio Montano, il 2 ottobre 1944 in cui le truppe tedesche uccisero 17 persone.

Il fascicolo numero 2035, ritrovato nell’armadio della vergogna, indica come responsabili ignoti militari tedeschi. Il fascicolo venne archiviato il 14 gennaio 1960, per essere poi trasmesso al pubblico ministero di Roma il 26 giugno 1995, dopo il ritrovamento nel 1994. Il processo, tuttavia, non fu mai celebrato.

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Tony Ryan (* 2. Februar 1936 in Thurles im County Tipperary; † 3. Oktober 2007 in Celbridge im County Kildare) war ein irischer Unternehmer. Mit seiner Idee von extrem günstigen und effizienten Flugangeboten revolutionierte er den Passagierverkehr.

Tony Ryan arbeitete in jungen Jahren bei Aer Lingus. Seine ersten Schritte als Unternehmer unternahm er durch die Gründung einer Leasing-Gesellschaft, mit der er in den weniger starken Wintermonaten Flugzeuge aus der Aer Lingus-Flotte mietete cheerleading socks wholesale. Er gründete zahlreiche weitere Unternehmen im Bereich Luftfahrt und veräußerte die meisten wieder gewinnbringend. Er war Gründer der «Guinness Peat Aviation» (GPA). Zusammen mit Christy Ryan und Liam Lonergan gründete er 1985 die Fluglinie Ryanair. Tony Ryan war einer der reichsten irischen Unternehmer und wurde 2007 in einer Aufstellung der Sunday Times mit einem Milliarden-Vermögen in der Top Ten der Rich List geführt. Um Steuern zu sparen hatte er seinen Wohnsitz in Monte Carlo. Tony Ryan lebte zuletzt in Ardclough (Kildare).

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Zum Zeitpunkt seines Todes besaß er 16 % der Fluggesellschaft Tiger Airways, einer in Singapur ansässigen Billigfluggesellschaft, die im Dezember 2003 gegründet wurde.

Tony Ryan starb am 3. Oktober 2007 im Alter von 71 Jahren nach langer Krankheit. Wenige Wochen später starb am 20. Dezember 2007 nach kurzer Krankheit im Alter von 48 Jahren sein Sohn Cathal.

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The term comes into English via both New Latin and Medieval Latin coscinomantia, and is ultimately derived from the Ancient Greek koskinomantis (Greek: κοσκινομάντης) a diviner using a sieve, from koskinon (Greek: κόσκινον) a sieve. The word is mentioned by a number of Ancient Greek writers, including Philippides, Julius Pollux, Lucianus and, most famously, Theocritus.

One method of practising coscinomancy is described by Cornelius Agrippa, best known for his Three Books of Occult Philosophy, 1533. Following the disputed Fourth Book in the same series, a worked entitled the Heptameron, or Magical Elements appeared in the first volume of Agrippa’s Opera omnia, or Collected Works (circa 1600). The first of two appendices to the Heptameron (chapter xxi) briefly covers many forms of ceremonial magic, including coscinomancy. Agrippa believed that the movement of the sieve was performed by a demon, and that the conjuration Dies, mies, jeschet, benedoefet, dowima, enitemaus actually compelled the demon to perform the task. He further notes that the words of this conjuration were understood neither by the speaker nor anyone else (nec sibi ipsis, nec aliis intellectua). The notion of a powerfully efficacious language of the spirit world is quite common in magic belief. The so-called Enochian language of the 16th century magician Edward Kelley electric meat tenderiser, later revived by Aleister Crowley, is such a language. Kelley believed the Enochian words so powerful that he would communicate them to his cohort, Dr. John Dee, backwards, lest he unleash powers beyond control. This concept can also be seen in The Arabian Nights in which a sorceress takes some lake water in her hand and over it speaks “words not to be understood”.

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Amy Morris Bradley (12 September 1823 – January 1904) was an American educator from the U.S. state of Maine. She established the first English-language school in Central America. She also spent over 30 years establishing free schools in Wilmington, North Carolina.

She was born September 12, 1823, in East Vassalboro, Maine. She was a granddaughter of Asa Bradley, a soldier of the American Revolution.

When she was six years old, her mother died, leaving a large family of children, Amy being the youngest.

In 1840, she began to teach in country schools, and four years later was appointed principal of one of the grammar schools in Gardiner, Maine. In 1846, she became assistant teacher in the Winthrop grammar school of Charlestown, Massachusetts, and afterward in the Putnam Grammar School, East Cambridge, Massachusetts. She taught until the autumn of 1849, when, hampered by pneumonia, she was compelled to seek a milder climate. The winter of 1850-51 was passed in Charleston, South Carolina at the home of a brother, but with little benefit; and during the two years following, she was an invalid at her old home in Maine. Advised by her physician to live somewhere that was free from frost, in 1853, she went to San Jose, Costa Rica, where her health improved. In three months after her arrival, she established the first English school in Central America. She quickly mastered the Spanish language, and her pupils rapidly acquired the English. For nearly four years, she continued her educational work in San Jose.

In the summer of 1857, Bradley returned to her early home in East Vassalboro, where her father died in January, 1858. The knowledge of Spanish acquired by Bradley in Costa Rica led the New England Glass Company electric shaver reviews, of East Cambridge to seek her services in translating letters.

She was in Cambridge in 1861, when the first gun was fired at Fort Sumter. After the First Battle of Bull Run, she offered her services to the government as an army nurse. On 1 September 1861, she began working at the hospital of the Third Maine Regiment, encamped near Alexandria, Virginia. She was transferred to the Fifth Maine Regiment, and was soon appointed matron of the Seventeenth Brigade Hospital, General Slocum’s Brigade, of which she had charge during the winter. In the spring of 1862, she responded to a call from the Relief Department of the United States Sanitary Commission, and went with Dorothea Dix to Fort Monroe. She was assigned to service on the transport boats, and labored throughout the Peninsula Campaign. In December how do you tenderize meat, 1862, she was sent to Convalescent Camp, Alexandria, and remained in charge of the Relief Department until the close of the American Civil War.

In 1866, at the request of the Soldiers’ Memorial Society, of Boston, Massachusetts, and under the auspices of the American Unitarian Association, she went to Wilmington, North Carolina, as a teacher of poor white children. Her position at first was a trying one, for she was a stranger and a northerner. She opened her school on 9 January, 1867, with three children, in a humble building. Within a week, 67 pupils were enrolled, and soon two additional teachers were engaged by her, and, as the number of pupils rapidly increased, new schools were opened, the “Hemenway,” the “Pioneer” and the “Normal,” and the corps of teachers increased accordingly. Within a few months, citizens co-operated with the trustees of the Peabody Fund and other benefactors in erecting the needed buildings and forwarding the work started by Bradley. On 13 November 1871, the cornerstone of the Tileston Normal School was laid, and it was opened in October, 1872. This building was the gift of Mary Tileston Hemenway, who had been interested in Bradley’s work from its beginning, and whose appreciation of its importance found expression in the annual contribution of US$5,000 toward the support of the Tileston Normal School, from its opening in 1872 to its close in 1891. Failing health led Miss Bradley to resign her position in 1891. In all, Bradley spent over 30 years establishing free schools in Wilmington.

Bradley’s religious affiliation was an a Unitarian. She died in January 1904.

Kuflue

Kuflue (Musca autumnalis) tilhører møkkfluene (Muscidae) som er en artsrik familie av fluer Green Runner Waist Pack.

Kuflue er utbredt i Europa, men har nylig blitt innført til Nord-Amerika ved et uhell. Det er frykt for at den kan skape store problemer der.

Kuflue ligner store husflue men er noe mer tettbygd og noe mer kontrastrikt farget.

Det er flere ytre kjennetegn som skiller familiegruppen møkkfluer fra andre nærstående fluer. For en generell beskrivelse se hovedsiden om møkkfluer.

Analåren A1, den nest bakerste, nærmest kroppen, når ikke til bakkanten (vingeranden) av vingen. Begge analårene A1 og A2, nærmer seg ikke hverandre ytterst. Vingene er store med tydelig ribbenett. Like bak vingefestet finnes to vingeskjell som ligger litt over hverandre, det største underst.

Hode er stort, kortere enn høyt. fasettøynene er store og rød-brune. Hos hannen møtes de nesten (støter sammen) i pannen. Orbitalbørstene langs fasettøynene innside, peker innover. Antennene er tre-leddete, av flue-typen, det innerste leddet er lite og ofte kanpt synlig. Lengst ned og fram på hodet sitter en kraftig kinnbørste (vibrissa). Munndelene er av vanlig fluetypen, sugende.

Brystet (thorax) er grått, med flere mørke langsgående striper på ryggen. Brystet har i likhet med resten av kroppen flere lange børster. Litt bak og ned på brystet, mellom svingkøllen og det bakerste låret, finnes en rekke med børster, kalt hypopleuralbørster.

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Larvene er av den vanlig fluetype (maggot), radikalt forskjellige fra de voksne, både i levevis og i kroppsbygning. De er mer eller mindre kjegleformede med hodet i den spisse enden. De har ingen form for bein men på grensen mellom hvert ledd sitter en liten forhøyning som bærer korte pigger som hjelper dem å feste seg til underlaget.

Kuflue er særlig knyttet til husdyr, særlig kyr På engelsk blir den kalt face fly som er treffende fordi den særlig setter seg i ansiktet på dyrene. Den drikker tårevæske og svette. Kufluen er et problem fordi den kan spre enkelte sykdommer hos husdyr, som øyeinfeksjoner.

Larvene lever av dødt materiale, som dyremøkk (saprofager), og bidrar til nedbrytingen og dermed til stoffkretsløpet.

Kuflue tilhører gruppen av insekter med fullstendig forvandling (holometabole insekter), som gjennomgår en metamorfose i løpet av utviklingen water stainless steel. Mellom larvestadiet og det voksne stadiet er et puppestadie, en hvileperiode, der fluens indre og ytre organer endres. Helt mot slutten av puppestadiet blåser fluen opp en «ballong», bak spalteåpning kalt frontalsuturen. Dette er nødvendig eller i alle fall til god hjelp, for å komme seg ut av puppehylsteret. Utviklingstiden eller generasjonstiden er avhengig av temeraturen.

King C. Gillette

King Camp Gillette (January 5, 1855 – July 9, 1932) was an American businessman. He invented a best selling version of the safety razor. Several models were in existence before Gillette’s design. Gillette’s innovation was the thin, inexpensive, disposable blade of stamped steel. Gillette is widely credited with inventing the so-called razor and blades business model, where razors are sold cheaply to increase the market for blades, but in fact he only adopted this model after his competitors did.

His ancestors came from England to Massachusetts in 1630. He was born on January 5, 1855 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin and raised in Chicago, Illinois. His family survived the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.

While working as a salesman for the Crown Cork and Seal Company in the 1890s, Gillette saw bottle caps, with the cork seal he sold, thrown away after the bottle was opened. This made him recognize the value in basing a business on a product that was used a few times, then discarded. Men shaved with straight razors that needed sharpening every day using a leather strop. As existing, relatively expensive, razor blades dulled quickly and needed continuous sharpening winter goalkeeper gloves, a razor whose blade could be thrown away when it dulled would meet a real need and likely be profitable.

Safety razors had been developed in the mid-19th century, but still used a forged blade. In the 1870s, the Kampfe Brothers introduced a type of razor along these lines. Gillette improved these earlier safety-razor designs, and introduced the high-profit-margin stamped razor blade steel blade. Gillette’s razor retailed for a substantial $5 (about $140 in 2014 dollars) — half the average working man’s weekly pay — yet sold by the millions.

The most difficult part of development was engineering the blades, as thin, cheap steel was difficult to work and sharpen. This accounts for the delay between the initial idea and the product’s introduction. Steven Porter, a machinist working with Gillette, used Gillette’s drawings to create the first disposable razor that worked. William Emery Nickerson, an expert machinist and partner of Gillette, changed the original model, improving the handle and frame so that it could better support the thin steel blade. Nickerson designed the machinery to mass-produce the blades.

To sell the product, Gillette founded the American Safety Razor Company on September 28, 1901 (changing the company’s name to Gillette Safety Razor Company in July 1902). Gillette obtained a trademark registration (0056921) for his portrait and signature on the packaging. Production began in 1903, when he sold a total of 51 razors and 168 blades.

The second year, he sold 90,884 razors and 123,648 blades, thanks in part to Gillette’s low prices, automated manufacturing techniques and good advertising. Sales and distribution were handled by a separate company, Townsend and Hunt, which was absorbed by the parent company for $300,000 in 1906. By 1908, the corporation had established manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada, Britain, France and Germany. Razor sales reached 450,000 units and blade sales exceeded 70 million units in 1915. In 1917, when the U.S. entered World War I, the company provided all American soldiers with a field razor set, paid for by the government. Gillette vetoed a plan to sell the patent rights in Europe, believing correctly that Europe would eventually provide a very large market. Gillette and a fellow director John Joyce, battled for control of the company. Gillette eventually sold out to Joyce, but his name remained on the brand. In the 1920s, as the patent expired, the Gillette Safety Razor Company emphasized research to design ever improved models, realizing that even a slight improvement would induce men to adopt it.

He was almost bankrupt from spending large amounts of money on property, and to his having lost much of the value of his corporate shares as a result of the Great Depression.

Gillette died on July 9, 1932 in Los Angeles, California. He was interred in the lower levels of the Begonia Corridor in the Great Mausoleum located at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California.

Gillette was also a Utopian Socialist. He published a book titled The Human Drift (1894) which advocated that all industry should be taken over by a single corporation owned by the public, and that everyone in the US should live in a giant city called Metropolis powered by Niagara Falls. A later book, World Corporation (1910) was a prospectus for a company set up to create this vision. He offered Theodore Roosevelt the presidency of the company, with a fee of one million dollars. (Roosevelt declined the offer.) Gillette’s last book, The People’s Corporation (1924), was written with Upton Sinclair and later inspired Glen H running bottle holder. Taylor.

Gillette married Alanta “Lantie” Ella Gaines (Oct. 12, 1868 – Aug. 28, 1951) in 1890. They had one child, King Gaines Gillette (Nov. 18, 1891 – June 18, 1955).

In his later life he traveled extensively, and was universally recognized from his picture on the packets of razor blades. People were surprised that he was a real person rather than just a marketing image. A Gillette company history stated that in non-English speaking countries people would often ask for “the kind with the Man’s Face” blades.

Around 1922 or 1923, he built a residence at 324 West Overlook Road, in “The Mesa” district of Palm Springs. A 4,800-square-foot (450 m2) main home and 720-square-foot (67 m2) guest house. The homes, sitting on 1-acre (4,000 m2) of land, are what remain of the original estate.

Sometime in the late 1920s, Gillette was known as a frequent guest of Nellie Coffman, proprietor of the Desert Inn in Palm Springs, California. He was often seen wandering about the grounds and lobby in a tattered old bathrobe. When Coffman was asked why she allowed such a low life to hang out at her establishment, she responded, “Why that is King C. Gillette. He has practically kept this place in the black the last few years.”

The company continues in the present day as the Gillette brand of Procter & Gamble.

Some peers[who?] in the marketing industry quote him as one of the innovators who revolutionized the Freebie marketing ideas. The Gillette Company continued to thrive and sell products under a variety of brand names including Gillette, Braun, Oral-B, and Duracell. In 2005, the Gillette company was sold to Procter & Gamble for $57 billion USD. It is now known as Global Blades & Razors, with the Gillette (brand), a business unit of Procter & Gamble.

King Gillette purchased property for a large ranch in the Santa Monica Mountains near Calabasas in Southern California in 1926. The master plan and new buildings on the ranch were designed and built for Gillette in the late 1920s by renowned architect Wallace Neff. The architectural style was Spanish Colonial Revival. After his death, his wife sold the home to Clarence Brown, an MGM film director who held A-List Hollywood parties at the ranch. In 1952, Bob Hope bought the property, immediately giving it to the Claretian Order of the Catholic Church, which operated a seminary on the grounds for 25 years. In 1970 Thomas Aquinas College rented the property from the Claretian Order later moving their campus to Santa Paula in 1977, Elizabeth Clare Prophet, founder of the Church Universal and Triumphant, purchased the property in 1978, and ran her New Age church at the site until 1986 when Soka University of America bought the land.

After the university moved to a purpose-built campus, the King Gillette ranch was collaboratively purchased for $35 million by the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority, National Park Service, Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and California State Parks who then made it available for public use. Those agencies are also funding an $8.4 million visitor’s center on the property. On June 30, 2007, the 588-acre (2.38 km2) King Gillette Ranch opened to the public as a park. The ranch is situated adjacent to Malibu Creek State Park in the Santa Monica Mountains, at 26800 West Mulholland Highway in Calabasas, California.

Since 2008 hydration fanny pack, the ranch has been used for the NBC reality show The Biggest Loser.

Antoon van Leest

Antonius Maria “Antoon” van Leest (Loon op Zand, 25 mei 1897 – Waalre, 10 februari 1970) was een Nederlands dirigent en componist.

Hij studeerde blaasinstrumenten, contrapunt en piano aan het Brabants Conservatorium in Tilburg. Na hierin succesvol examen te hebben gedaan

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Als solist won hij eerste prijzen in Boxtel, Bergen op Zoom en Valkenswaard. Daarnaast werkte hij in Nederland en België als instructeur en dirigent. In 1917 werd hij lid van de Philips Harmonie in Eindhoven, maar hij was eveneens dirigent van verschillende andere harmonie- en fanfareorkesten in de regio, zoals de Koninklijke Harmonie “Sophia’s Vereeniging”.

Van Leest was groot liefhebber van ernstige muziek. Hij kon musici als Stefan Askenase en Arthur Rubinstein tot zijn vrienden rekenen. Hij produceerde circa 400 werken voor harmonie- of fanfareorkesten. Voor bepaalde werken gebruikte Van Leest de pseudoniemen Paul Arioste, Giull, Carpelle, Jules Curtois, Maurice Mécène, André Splendeur.

In de jaren dertig opende hij op het Wilhelminaplein in Eindhoven een winkel met muziekinstrumenten en bladmuziek, maar later ook met grammofoonplaten. Deze winkel was de eerste uit de huidige keten van muziekzaken Van Leest.

How to Practice Fencing by Yourself

Fencing is first and foremost a combat sport, meaning that it takes two players in order to compete. But just because you don’t have a partner doesn’t mean you can’t practice your form and footwork on your own. By creating drills and exercises for yourself, you can continue to hone skills like sword control, footwork and lunging. Keep your practice drills interesting so that your solo practices won’t seem too dull as you sharpen your game.
Practice lunges in front of a mirror. The lunging motion is one of the most important foundation moves in fencing. Stand in front of a mirror and slowly move into lunge position. Notice any problems with your form. Hold your foil and parry toward the mirror and check your form again, noting anywhere that you could improve. The purpose of a lunging drill is to learn to quickly recover from a thrust position to an on guard position — it should feel light and recovery should be quick, notes the American Fencing Academy.
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. Practice sword control by attempting to thrust toward the ball and hitting it with the tip of your sword. Since it’s a small target, this may be challenging. If you don’t find it challenging enough, replace the tennis ball with a smaller object, like a rubber or gold ball, and repeat. Stop the ball from swinging each time you make contact before trying again. Continue to practice your sword control by standing a sword’s length away from a doorknob or small object and drawing a circle around the shape.
Work on your footwork by creating drill combos that string together a number of defensive positions and offensive returns at once. Fencing.net suggests doing each sequence for two minutes, with a rest of one minute between each sequence. Start with an advance/advance-lunge/on guard sequence, focusing on form and the light, balanced lunges that you’ve perfected in the mirror. Then, try a jump forward-lunge/redouble/on guard. Always return to your on guard position no matter what the sequence.
Improve your parries by reducing your ability to retreat. Place a block behind your back foot as a reminder that you can’t step backward. Then, practice a completely offensive sequence where you are unable to retreat. With the option of moving back removed from the equation, you are forced to think of sequences that you may not have considered before, which is ideal for improved offensive movements when sparring with a partner or competitor.

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