numerology

Numerology information Felsenstein:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace

songs

Songs about Felsenstein:

songsLiebeslieder am Ultimo: Die Tränen des Baron von Felsenstein by Calmus Ensemble from the Album Nachtgedanken

songsObituary for Elfride Trotschel by Walter Felsenstein by Walter Felsenstein from the Album Revelations in Song

books

Books about Felsenstein:

booksThe Music Theater of Walter Felsenstein. Collected articles, speeches, and interviews by Felsenstein and others... by Peter Paul Fuchs (1975)

booksFelsenstein Walter - Melchinger Siegfried by Musiktheater (1961)

booksFelsenstein auf der Probe by Ernst Krause (1971)

booksWalter Felsenstein Edition.(Video recording review): An article from: Notes by Micaela Baranello (Jun 22, 2011)

booksDialog: Gespr?che Mit Felsenstein. Aus Der Werkstatt Des Musiktheaters

booksDas Geheimnis des alten Bahnhofs: Florian Felsenstein, Band 1 by Mathias Christiansen

booksBy Joseph Felsenstein: Inferring Phylogenies Second (2nd) Edition by -Author- (Jan 4, 2003)

movies

Movies about Felsenstein:

moviesWalter Felsenstein Edition 2008 NR - Runtime: 17 hrs 18 mins Starring: Various Artists Directed by: Felsenstein

moviesMozart - Don Giovanni 2010 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 45 mins Starring: Gyorgy Melis, Anny Schlemm, et al. Directed by: Walter Felsenstein

wiki

Wiki information Felsenstein:

Lee Felsenstein
Computer Scientist, Organization founder, Inventor, Person, Academic, Person or entity appearing in film

Lee Felsenstein is an American computer engineer who played a central role in the development of the personal computer. He was one of the original members of the Homebrew Computer Club and the designer of the Osborne 1, the first mass-produced...

Walter Felsenstein
Opera Director, Film director, Person, Deceased Person, Organization founder

Walter Felsenstein was an Austrian theater and opera director. He was one of the most important exponents of textual accuracy, productions in which dramatic and musical values were exquisitely researched and balanced. His most famous students were...