Mitton Hoard

The Mitton Hoard is a hoard of silver coins found near Clitheroe in Lancashire, England, in 2006 or 2009. The hoard is now in Clitheroe Castle Museum; the documented treasure consisted of 11 silver parts of coins. Mitton is divided into Great Mitton and Little Mitton; this find was first detected to the west of Great Mitton between the River Hodder and the River Ribble. The find. One source says that these coins were found in 2006 whilst another says that the coins were found using a metal detector on Monday 7 September 2009; the treasure was declared to be treasure and it was obtained by the museum services. The hoard is now on display in the Clitheroe Castle Museum; the hoard can be dated from the date of the last coin, included in the hoard and this came from the 1420s. Three of the coins were the oldest and they dated to the reign of Edward I or Edward II; the English silver is 97.5 % pure. With the exception of the farthing these coins represent all the small value coins, it is thought. The hoard was either accidentally lost, or deliberately hidden, in the late 1420s.

The documented treasure consisted of coin fragments. The coins were: Three pennies from Edward I or Edward II of England Two half-groats from Edward III of England A halfpenny from Richard II of England Three groats from Henry VI of England There are two small fragments made for Gaucher V de Châtillon between 1313 and 1322. Gaucher V de Châtillon held one of five highest officers of state as he was the Constable of France from 1302 to 1329. Note: Eleven of the coins are documented however there are more than eleven coins on display at the Clitheroe Castle Museum. List of hoards in Britain History of the English penny

2015 Newcastle Knights season

The 2015 Newcastle Knights season was the 28th in the club's history. Coached by Rick Stone, interim coached by Danny Buderus after Stone's contract was terminated, captained by Kurt Gidley, they competed in the NRL's 2015 Telstra Premiership, finishing the regular season in 16th place. Round 1: James McManus played his 150th for the club, his 150th career game. Round 1: Tyler Randell scored his 1st career try and kicked his 1st career goal. Round 1: Beau Scott captained his 1st game for the club. Round 1: Jack Stockwell made his debut for the club, after playing for the St. George Illawarra Dragons. Round 2: Akuila Uate scored his 57th try at Hunter Stadium, breaking Adam MacDougall's record of 56 tries as the highest try-scorer at Hunter Stadium. Round 3: Chris Houston scored his 100th point for the club, his 100th career point. Round 5: Tariq Sims made his debut for the club, after playing for the North Queensland Cowboys. Round 6: Akuila Uate scored his 100th career try, his 100th for the club, becoming the 1st Knight to do so.

Round 7: Dane Gagai scored his 100th career point. Round 7: Kurt Gidley captained his 107th game for the club, breaking Andrew Johns' record of 106 games for most appearances as captain for the Knights. Round 9: Joseph Leilua played his 50th game for the club. Round 9: Tariq Sims scored his 1st try for the club. Round 10: David Fa'alogo played his 50th game for the club. Round 10: Chad Redman made his NRL debut for the club and scored his 1st career try. Round 12: Chris Houston played his 150th game for the club. Round 12: Sam Mataora made his debut for the club, after playing for the Canberra Raiders. Round 12: Carlos Tuimavave made his debut for the club, after playing for the New Zealand Warriors. Round 13: Joseph Leilua scored his 50th career try. Round 15: Danny Levi made his NRL debut for the club. Round 15: Carlos Tuimavave scored his 1st try for the club. Round 16: Dane Gagai scored his 100th point for the club. Round 16: Danny Levi scored his 1st career try. Round 20: Jeremy Smith played his 50th game for the club.

Round 21: Lachlan Fitzgibbon made his NRL debut for the club. Round 21: Nathan Ross made his NRL debut for the club and scored his 1st career try. Round 21: Beau Scott played his 50th game for the club. Round 22: Korbin Sims played his 50th game for the club, his 50th career game. Round 22: Joseph Tapine scored his 1st career try. Round 24: Tyrone Roberts scored his 400th point for the club, his 400th career point. Round 25: Kurt Gidley played his 250th game for the club, his 250th career game. Round 25: Akuila Uate played his 150th game for the club, his 150th career game. Round 26: Beau Scott played his 200th career game. In 2015, the Knights' jerseys were made by ISC and their major sponsor was Newpave Asphalt. Squad: 1. Sione Mata'utia 2. Jake Mamo 3. Dane Gagai 4. Chanel Mata'utia 5. Carlos Tuimavave 6. Jarrod Mullen 7. Tyrone Roberts 8. Pat Mata'utia 9. Adam Clydsdale 10. Paterika Vaivai 11. Tyler Randell 12. Chris Houston 13. Robbie Rochow 14. Nathan Ross 15. Korbin Sims 16. Joseph Tapine 17. Jack Stockwell 18.

Danny Levi 30 players used. Source: The following players appeared in a representative match in 2015. Australian Schoolboys Jayden ButterfieldCook Islands Sam MataoraFiji Daniel Saifiti Jacob Saifiti Korbin Sims Rick Stone Indigenous All Stars Dane Gagai Tyrone RobertsJunior Kiwis Danny LeviLebanon James EliasNew South Wales Sione Mata'utia Beau Scott Tariq Sims New South Wales Country James McManus Jarrod Mullen Tariq Sims Kade Snowden Akuila UateNew South Wales Residents Chanel Mata'utia Nathan Ross New South Wales under-16s Mat CrokerNew South Wales under-18s Jack Cogger Brodie Jones Brock LambNew South Wales under-20s Luke YatesNRL All Stars Beau Scott Jeremy SmithPrime Minister's XIII Dane Gagai Jake Mamo Jack Stockwell Queensland Dane Gagai Korbin Sims Samoa Joseph Leilua Pat Mata'utia Carlos Tuimavave National Youth Competition Team of the Year Danny LeviNew South Wales Cup Team of the Year Kerrod HollandNew South Wales Under-20s Origin Pathways Camp Bryce Donovan Bradie Smith Luke YatesQueensland Academy of Sport Emerging Origin Squad Dane Gagai Korbin Sims National Rugby League Player of the Year: Kurt Gidley New South Wales Cup Player of the Year: Lachlan Fitzgibbon National Youth Competition Player of the Year: Ken Tofilau National Rugby League Players' Player: Kade Snowden New South Wales Cup Players' Player: Honeti Tuha National Youth Competition Players' Player: Fuaimamao Uta National Rugby League Coach's Award: Dane Gagai New South Wales Cup Coach's Award: Daniel Saifiti National Youth Competition Coach's Award: Kerrod Holland Tom Starling

Symphonie espagnole

The Symphonie espagnole in D minor, Op. 21, is a work for violin and orchestra by Édouard Lalo. The work was written in 1874 for violinist Pablo Sarasate, premiered in Paris in February 1875. Although called a "Spanish Symphony", it is considered a violin concerto by musicians today; the piece has Spanish motifs throughout, launched a period when Spanish-themed music came into vogue. The Symphonie espagnole is one of Lalo's two most played works, the other being his Cello Concerto in D minor; the piece has five movements: A typical performance runs just over half an hour. One of the shorter recordings, conductor Eugene Ormandy's 1967 recording with the Philadelphia Orchestra, featuring violinist Isaac Stern, runs 32 minutes and 43 seconds, it was common practice until the middle of the 20th century for performances of the work to omit the Intermezzo, leaving a four-movement work that more reflected the traditional structure of a symphony. The Symphonie espagnole had some influence on the genesis of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto in D major.

In March 1878, Tchaikovsky was staying at Nadezhda von Meck's estate at Clarens, while recovering from the breakdown of his disastrous marriage and his subsequent suicide attempt. His favourite pupil, the violinist Iosif Kotek, shortly arrived from Berlin with a lot of new music for violin, his collection included the Symphonie espagnole, which he and Tchaikovsky played through to great delight. This gave Tchaikovsky the idea of writing a violin concerto, he set aside his current work on a piano sonata and started on the concerto on 17 March. With Kotek's technical help, the concerto was finished by 11 April. Symphonie espagnole, Op.21: Scores at the International Music Score Library Project Marek Pavelec's performance of the work: Mvt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5