Facundo Sava is an Argentine football manager and former footballer. He played 17 years of professional football in Argentina, but with spells in Spain and England. Outside his country, Sava is best known for his goal celebration where he donned a mask, stored in one of his socks. Sava started his career in Ferro Carril Oeste in 1993. In 1996, he moved to Boca Juniors, it wasn't long after his move to Boca. In 2002, Sava was sold to Fulham for £2 million. Whilst at Fulham he is remembered for scoring a dramatic late equaliser against Middlesbrough and scoring twice as Fulham beat Liverpool. From there, he enjoyed a loan spell to Celta de Vigo, where he helped them secure promotion to the Spanish first division, he moved on loan to another Spanish second division team. In 2008, he joined Arsenal de Sarandí and, the following season, he helped Quilmes achieve promotion to the Argentine Primera División. However, he did not stay with Quilmes in the Primera, instead returning to his first club, Ferro Carril Oeste, after 14 years.
With Ferro, he played 6 games in the 2010–11 season of the Primera B Nacional, before deciding to retire. He played his last game in an away draw against Belgrano on 11 September 2010. On 23 April 2012, Sava took his first coaching job as the head coach at San Martín de San Juan. FulhamUEFA Intertoto Cup: 2002 Argentine Primera statistics at Fútbol XXI Guardian statistics Facundo Sava at ESPN FC Facundo Sava coach profile at Soccerway
The Barlow Endowment for Music Composition is a scholarship established in September 1983 through the generosity of Milton A. and Gloria Barlow. Motivated by their love of music, the Barlows presented a substantial gift to Brigham Young University and supporting excellence in musical composition through the university and the BYU College of Fine Arts and Communications; the Barlow Endowment Board of Directors and Board of Advisors have subsequently been engaged in employing the proceeds of the Endowment to support four programs: The Barlow Prize, General Commissions, LDS Composer Commissions, Education Grants.."Every year, the Endowment hosts an international composition competition. Applications from across the globe are reviewed by a panel of musicians; the winners are commissioned to compose new works during the next year. Each year, the Barlow Endowment selects a genre for the Barlow Prize. Arrangements are made for a piece to be composed for and performed by ensembles who specialize in that genre.
The 15- to 20-minute work is expected to meet the highest artistic requirements for the medium. Additional specifications for the work will be negotiated among the Barlow Endowment, the composer, the performing consortium. Any composer, may submit an application for a general commission; the only requirement is. Composers applying for a general commission are to submit a request as to how much funding their piece will require, for whom it will be written. Composers seeking General or LDS commissions may not apply for both types of commissions during the same year and should submit no more than one proposal to any program. Composers who belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or any composer willing to address LDS subject matter can apply for an LDS commission. LDS subject matter would include LDS standard scriptural works, such as the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, the Pearl of Great Price, hymns from the LDS hymnbook. Other texts that address LDS theology would be considered "LDS subject matter."
Composers applying for an LDS commission are to submit a request as to how much funding their piece will require, for whom it will be written. Composers seeking General or LDS commissions may not apply for both types of commissions during the same year and should submit no more than one proposal to any program; the Barlow Education Grants are monies allocated from the Barlow Endowment to the composition faculty of the BYU School of Music. Faculty members use some of those funds to promote and facilitate their own work and the rest to support the students and their work. Barlow Endowment web page