Johann Christian Daniel von Schreber styled J. C. D. von Schreber, was a German naturalist. He was appointed professor of materia medica at the University of Erlangen in 1769. In 1774, he began writing a multivolume set of books entitled Die Säugethiere in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen, which focused on the mammals of the world. Many of the animals included were given a scientific name for the first time, following the binomial system of Carl Linnaeus. From 1791 until his death in 1810, he was the president of the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, he was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1787. In April 1795, he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society Numerous honors were bestowed on him, including the office of an imperial count palatine. Schreber wrote on entomology, notably Schreberi Novae Species Insectorvm, his herbarium collection has been preserved in the Botanische Staatssammlung München since 1813. Beschreibung der Gräser Lithographia Halensis Schreberi Novae Species Insectorvm Die Säugetiere in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen Theses medicae Plates from Die Säugetiere in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen 1774-1804.
Online version of Schreberi Novae Species Insectorvm at GDZ Gaedike, R..
A Merry Christmas! is an album of Christmas music by the Stan Kenton Orchestra recorded in 1961 and released by Capitol Records. It was reissued as Kenton's Christmas in 1970 by Kenton's own Creative World label; the Allmusic review by Matt Collar noted A Merry Christmas is a polyphonic masterpiece, at once progressive and traditional.... Featuring Kenton's idiosyncratic style of arranging piercing trumpets over a wooly blanket of trombones and mellophones, this is beautiful, forward-thinking and angular music that addresses both complex classical harmony and Basie-style swing". "O Tannenbaum" - 1:58 "The Holly and the Ivy" - 1:52 "We Three Kings of Orient Are" - 2:14 "Good King Wenceslas" - 1:45 "The Twelve Days of Christmas" - 4:07 "Once in Royal David's City" - 2:04 "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" - 1:46 "O Come, All Ye Faithful" - 3:17 "Angels We Have Heard on High" - 2:11 "O Holy Night" - 2:10 "Christmas Medley: Joy to the World/Away in a Manger/The First Noel/We Wish You A Merry Christmas/Silent Night/Hark!
The Herald Angels Sing" - 8:24Recorded at Goldwyn Studios in Hollywood, CA on February 21, 1961, March 14, 1961 and March 20, 1961. Stan Kenton - piano, conductor Ernie Bernhardt, Bud Brisbois, Larry McGuire, Bob Rolfe, Dalton Smith, Sanford Skinner - trumpet Bob Fitzpatrick, Paul Heydorff, Tommy Shepard - trombone Jim Amlotte, Bob Knight, Dave Wheeler - bass trombone Joe Burnett, Dwight Carver, Keith La Motte, Gene Roland, Gordon Davison - mellophone Clive Acker, Albert Pollan, - tuba Pete Chivily - bass Artie Anton, Jerry McKenzie - drums Larry Bunker - percussion Emil Richards - bells, vibraphone Ralph Carmichael, Stan Kenton - arranger