Tangerine Dream is a German electronic music band founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese. The group has seen many personnel changes over the years, with Froese having been the only continuous member until his death in January 2015; the best-known lineup of the group was its mid-'70s trio of Froese, Christopher Franke, Peter Baumann. In the late 1970s, Johannes Schmoelling replaced Baumann. Since Froese's death in 2015, the group has been under the leadership of Thorsten Quaeschning. Tangerine Dream are considered pioneers of the early days of electronica, their work with the electronic music Ohr label produced albums that had a pivotal role in the development of the German musical scene known as kosmische. Their "Virgin Years", so called because of their association with Virgin Records, produced albums that further explored synthesizers and sequencers, including the UK top 20 albums Phaedra and Rubycon; the group had a successful career composing film soundtracks, creating over 60 scores, which include those for the films Sorcerer, Risky Business, The Keep, Legend, Three O'Clock High, Near Dark, Shy People, Miracle Mile.
From the late 1990s into the 2000s, Tangerine Dream continued to explore other styles of instrumental music as well as electronica. Their recorded output has been prolific, including over one hundred albums. Among other scoring projects, they helped create the soundtrack for the video game Grand Theft Auto V, their mid-1970s work has been profoundly influential in the development of electronic music styles such as new age and electronic dance music. Their most recent album of all-new music, Quantum Gate, was released on 29 September 2017. In December 2019, the band released Recurring Dreams, a compilation of new recordings of some of the band's classic compositions. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Tangerine Dream existed as several short-lived incarnations, all of which included Froese, who teamed up with several musicians from West Berlin's underground music scene, including Steve Jolliffe, Klaus Schulze, Conrad Schnitzler. Froese's most notable association was his partnership with Christopher Franke.
Franke joined Tangerine Dream in 1970 after serving time in the group Agitation Free to replace Schulze as the drummer. Franke is credited with starting to use electronic sequencers, which were introduced on Phaedra, a development that had not only a large impact on the group's music, but to many electronic musicians to this day. Franke stayed with the group for 17 years, leaving in 1987 because of exhausting touring schedules, as well as creative differences with Froese. Other long-term members of the group include Peter Baumann, who went on to found the New Age label Private Music, to which the band was signed from 1988 to 1991. A number of other members were part of Tangerine Dream for shorter periods of time. Unlike session musicians, these players contributed to compositions of the band during their tenures; some of the more notable members are Steve Schroyder, Michael Hoenig, Steve Jolliffe, Klaus Krüger and Ralf Wadephul. Throughout the 1990s and into the 2000s, Tangerine Dream was joined on stage by Zlatko Perica or Gerald Gradwohl on guitars, Emil Hachfeld on electronic drums.
Jerome Froese left in 2006 after a concert at the Tempodrom in Berlin. Until late 2014, Tangerine Dream comprised Edgar Froese, as well as Thorsten Quaeschning, who first collaborated in the composition of Jeanne d'Arc. For concerts and recordings, they were joined by Linda Spa on saxophone and flute, Iris Camaa on drums and percussion, Bernhard Beibl on guitar. In 2011, electric violinist Hoshiko Yamane was added to the lineup and is featured on some of the most recent albums. In late 2014, Bernhard Beibl announced on his Facebook page that he would stop collaborating with Tangerine Dream. Shortly thereafter, it was announced that Tangerine Dream would no longer be touring with Linda Spa or Iris Camaa, but that Ulrich Schnauss had been brought into the fold. Edgar Froese's death in January 2015, left this a short-lived line-up. Edgar Froese arrived in West Berlin in the mid-1960s to study art, his first band, the psychedelic rock-styled The Ones, disbanded after releasing only one single. After The Ones, Froese experimented with musical ideas, playing smaller gigs with a variety of musicians.
Most of these performances were in the famous Zodiak Free Arts Lab, although one grouping had the distinction of being invited to play for the surrealist painter Salvador Dalí. The music was partnered with literature, early forms of multimedia, more, it seemed as though only the most outlandish ideas attracted any attention, leading Froese to comment: "In the absurd lies what is artistically possible." As members of the group came and went, the direction of the music continued to be inspired by the Surrealists, t
Lisa Ellis is an American professional mixed martial artist. She has fought in HOOKnSHOOT, Smackgirl, DEEP, Bellator Fighting Championships, Invicta FC, the UFC. Ellis made her professional mixed martial arts debut on November 2004 at HOOKnSHOOT - Evolution, she was defeated by submission due to a triangle choke in the first round. Ellis entered the 2005 HOOKnSHOOT Women's Grand Prix on November 19, 2005, but was defeated by Molly Helsel in the second round. On November 15, 2006, Ellis faced Miku Matsumoto at Smackgirl - Women Hold Their Ground, she won the fight by submission due to a scarf hold armlock in the first round. Ellis made her Fatal Femmes Fighting debut at FFF 1 - Asian Invasion on February 17, 2007, she faced Masako Yoshida in the main event for the FFF Flyweight Championship. Ellis won the fight by Unanimous Decision after five rounds, she defended her FFF title against Taeko Nagamine at FFF 2 - Girls Night Out on July 14, 2007. Ellis won the fight by rear-naked choke submission in the first round.
Ellis faced Megumi Fujii at BodogFight - Vancouver on August 24, 2007. She was defeated by armbar submission in the first round, she returned to Fatal Femmes Fighting at FFF 3 - War of the Roses on November 3, 2007. Ellis faced Megumi Yabushita in a non-title fight, she defeated Yabushita by Unanimous Decision. Ellis entered the 2008 Smackgirl World ReMix Tournament on February 14, 2008, she defeated Saito by submission due to a toe hold late in the first round. She faced Ana Michelle Tavares in the second round of the ReMix Tournament on April 25, 2008. Ellis was defeated by Unanimous Decision. Ellis rematched Miku Matsumoto for the DEEP Women's Lightweight Championship at DEEP - Toyama Impact on June 28, 2009, she was defeated by armbar submission in the third round. On May 24, 2010, Ellis announced, she faced Stephanie Frausto at Bellator 22 and won the fight by technical submission due to a rear-naked choke in the first round. Ellis signed on to be part of the Bellator Season Three 115-pound women's tournament and she faced Aisling Daly in the first round.
The fight was scheduled for Bellator 25, but instead took place at Bellator 26 on August 26, 2010. Ellis won the fight via unanimous decision. Ellis once again faced Megumi Fujii in the second round of the Bellator tournament at Bellator 31, she was defeated by armbar submission in the first round. Ellis was scheduled to face Ayaka Hamasaki in a non-title bout at Jewels 12th Ring on March 11, 2011 in Tokyo, but suffered a calf injury and was forced to withdraw from the fight. Ellis faced Jessica Aguilar in a rematch at Bellator 58 on November 19, 2011, she was defeated by unanimous decision. Ellis dropped down to 105 pounds to face Jessica Penne at Invicta Fighting Championships 1 on April 28, 2012, she lost the fight via TKO in the third round. On July 14, Ellis faced Amy Davis in a 110-pound title fight at United Combat Sports: Caged Combat 6, she defeated Davis by armbar submission in the first round. On July 3, 2014, it was announced that Ellis was one of the contestants on The Ultimate Fighter: Team Pettis vs. Team Melendez.
Ellis was the fifth fighter to go to coach Gilbert Melendez. She lost via submission in the first round. Ellis' first fight after The Ultimate Fighter was against Felice Herrig at The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned Finale on December 12, 2014, she lost the fight via submission in the second round. Ellis faced Bec Rawlings at UFC Fight Night 65 as a replacement for the injured Seo Hee Ham, she lost the fight via submission in the first round and was subsequently released from the promotion. Ellis entered the 2012 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup on August 25, 2012 in Japan, she was defeated by Seo Hee Ham via unanimous decision in the opening round of the tournament. Ellis co-owns the United Training Center gym with fellow fighter Eddy Ellis, she married Eddy in July 2010. The Ellises' first daughter, was born in 2013. Legend: Win Loss Draw/No contest Fatal Femmes Fighting Flyweight Champion 2007 World Grappling Championships Gold Medallist 2007 List of female mixed martial artists Official website Lisa Ellis Awakening Profile Professional MMA record for Lisa Ellis from Sherdog Lisa Ellis at UFC
This is a list in alphabetical order of cricketers who have played first-class cricket for the Cambridge University Centre of Cricketing Excellence and Cambridge Marylebone Cricket Club University. It does not include those players who have only played in other matches for the UCCE/MCCU, nor does it include players who have played first-class cricket for other teams, including Cambridge University. Players who have played first-class cricket for Cambridge University can be found in List of Cambridge University Cricket Club players; the Cambridge UCCE was formed in 2001 by Cambridge University Cricket Club and Anglia Polytechnic University, now Anglia Ruskin University, with funding and support from Cambridge University and the England & Wales Cricket Board. It continued until the 2009 season, when the Marylebone Cricket Club took over funding from ECB, at which point is was renamed the MCCU, it now receives support from ARU. These teams include students from Anglia Ruskin University, as well as Cambridge University, play in three-day first-class matches as well as in the UCCE/MCCU Championship, the British Universities & Colleges Sport National League one day competition and, in recent years, an inter-MCCU T20 competition.
The details are the player's usual name followed by the years in which he was active as a player and his name is given as it would appear on match scorecards. Current players are shown as most recent season. Graham Dill: G. J. Dill Philip Edwards: P. D. Edwards Tom Elliott: T. C. Elliott Harry Ellison: H. R. C. Ellison Connor Emerton: C. J. Emerton Matthew Friedlander: M. J. Friedlander Chris Grammer: C. M. Grammer Stephen Gray: S. K. Gray Akil Greenidge: A. D. Greenidge Callum Guest: C. J. Guest Amit Gupta: A. Gupta Gareth James: G. D. James Kunal Jogia: J. A. Jogia Adam Johnson: A. H. V. Johnson James Johnson: J. A. M. Johnson John Jordison: J. R. Jordison Andrew Joslin: A. J. P. Joslin Matthew Kay: M. A. Kay Jack Keeping: J. B. R. Keeping Robin Kemp: R. A. Kemp Vikram Kumar: V. H. Kumar Nick Lee: N. T. Lee Jivan Lotay: J. D. S. Lotay Grant Nicholson: G. F. Nicholson David Noble: D. J. Noble Liam O'Driscoll: W. J. F. O'Driscoll Freddie Owen: F. G. Owen Sam Rippington: S. E. Rippington William Rist: W. H. Rist Marc Rosenberg: M. C. Rosenberg Banutheeban Tavarasa: B.
Tavarasa Michael Taylor: M. H. Taylor Joseph Tetley: J. W. Tetley Patrick Tice: P. J. A. Tice Richard Timms: R. T. Timms Peter Turnbull: P. T. Turnbull Chad Yates: C. S. J. Yates Misem Zaidi: M. S. Zaidi Zain Shahzad: Z. Shahzad www.cucc.net
The Brunei National Rugby Team represents Brunei in international rugby union. They have yet to make their debut at the Rugby World Cup, it is governed by the Brunei Rugby Football Union Rugby Union, played in 105 countries around the world, has been played in Brunei since the 1950s. The Brunei Rugby Football Union was set up in 1977, affiliated to the Rugby Football Union of Twickenham. From on, Brunei sent teams to participate in regional'Sevens' competitions the SCC Sevens in Singapore and the prestigious Hong Kong Sevens. Since joining the Asian Rugby Football Union, the Brunei Rugby Team has taken part in a number of international competitions. Although presently recording a rather unfavourable Win-Loss ratio in the international rugby scene, Brunei rugby is continually improving with efforts being concentrated in the development of youth players through the Under-19 Squad; the Brunei national rugby union team plays in the Asian Rugby Football Union 6th Division along with Indonesia and Laos.
The Under-19 National Rugby Squad of Brunei is seen as a platform from which the Brunei Rugby Football Union seeks to develop young players for the Senior team. The Under-19 squad has played in two Asian Under-19 Rugby Tournaments in Lahore and Taipei, Taiwan respectively; the first Brunei Under-19 Rugby International was played against the Pakistan Under-19 Team at the Fortress Stadium in Lahore. Brunei emerged victorious with a scoreline of 14-5 in their favour - an upset considering the comparative populations and rugby history of the respective countries. Former Fiji National coach George Dreadon Simpkin commented on the impressive pace of the Bruneian backline whilst spectating the encounter; the free-running style of open, fast-paced play has become a trademark of the Bruneian team, although it has come under heavy criticism for sacrificing form and discipline in the favour of quick, energy-consuming tries. The members of the first Brunei Under-19 Squad selected for the 2005 Asian Under-19 Rugby Tournament are as follows: Manager: Stuart Alpe Coaches: Tim Lian, Shafeek Kamalie Players: 1.
Muhd Khairuddeen bin D. P Haji Hamzah 2. Hj Mohd Azmiee Hj Mohd Sunnylai 3. Adrin Anak Salanjat 4. Yeo Hock Wee 5. Mohd Halim Mustaffa 6. Emmanuel bin Surat 7. Mohd Zulfadhli bin Haji Md Jali 8. Abd Amir bin Matjaneh 9. Ak Abd Muiz Pg Hj Abd Rahman 10. Muhammed Raushan Mohd Yuzer 11. Lim Shen Quan 12. Md Isa bin Haji Mohamad 13. Dinlee Ak Apo 14. Faridzul Daud Ak Dumi 15. Rangga Ak Tinggi 16. Christian Daniel Wong Kim Him 17. Md Hanafi Yusof 18. Mohd Farhan Hj Ismail 19. Mohd Sallihen Hj Bujang 20. Samuel Tan Yon Xiang 21. Ak Muhd Zulhilmi Pg Suhaimi 22. Muhammad Aziman bin Awang Nasir Rugby union in Brunei Brunei national rugby union team Rugby in Asia Brunei Rugby Football Union on pakistanrugby.com on brudirect.com on Pakistan rugby.com on rugbydata.com
Nquthu Local Municipality is an administrative area in the Umzinyathi District of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Nquthu is an isiZulu name meaning "the back of the head". Isandlwana, the site of the historic Anglo-Zulu war battle which took place on 22 January 1879, is a well known tourist destination worldwide; the 2001 census divided the municipality into the following main places: The municipal council consists of thirty-three members elected by mixed-member proportional representation. Seventeen councillors are elected by first-past-the-post voting in seventeen wards, while the remaining sixteen are chosen from party lists so that the total number of party representatives is proportional to the number of votes received. In the election of 3 August 2016 no party obtained a majority; the Inkatha Freedom Party formed a government with the support of the Democratic Alliance and the Economic Freedom Fighters. The following table shows the results of the election; as of Feburury 2017, the Nquthu Local Municipality had failed, since August 2016 Local Government elections, to form a council and appoint a mayor.
The KwaZulu-Natal Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube dissolved the elected members positions on 9 February 2017, effective from 23 February with elections to be held 25 May 2017. A coalition of Inkatha Freedom Party, Democratic Alliance and Economic Freedom Fighters held the majority control by one seat over the ANC's coalition of seventeen seats; the DA and IFP blamed the ANC for the lack of progress. The DA would welcome the MEC's decision but the IFP was not happy about it. In the special election held on 25 May 2017, the IFP won a majority of 58% of the vote and 19 seats on the council; the following table shows the results of the election. Http://www.nquthu.gov.za/
Matthew Hamilton is an American curler. Hamilton plays second for the Duluth, Minnesota-based John Shuster rink. In 2007 and 2008, Hamilton participated in the US Men's National Championships, placing 9th in both events. In 2008 and 2009, he participated in the United States Junior National Championships, where he took first place on both occasions. Hamilton traveled to the 2008 World Junior Curling Championships in Östersund, Sweden as a member of the Chris Plys rink where he took home the gold medal after beating Sweden 9-5. While in Sweden, Hamilton won the championship's 2008 Sportsmanship Award, an award only given out to one male junior curler and one female junior curler. In the 2009 World Junior Curling Championships, held in the newly completed Vancouver Olympic Centre, Hamilton's team won the bronze medal. In the stages leading up to the 2011 United States Men's Curling Championship, he played as Paul Pustovar's second through the Medford qualifier and the challenge round qualifying for the Nationals.
He replaced Pustovar as skip in the Nationals, finished seventh with a 3–6 win-loss record. For the 2011–12 curling season, Hamilton played as Craig Brown's third in the World Curling Tour, he won a Gold Medal in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Hamilton and Team Shuster won the 2019 United States Men's Championship, earning the chance to play at the 2019 World Men's Championship, they defended their United States title at the 2020 United States Men's Championship, defeating Rich Ruohonen in the final to finish the tournament undefeated. Hamilton works as an R&D technician for Spectrum Brands, he resides in McFarland, Wisconsin. His sister, Becca Hamilton, is an elite curler, she played with Nina Roth in the women's event at the 2018 Winter Olympics as well as with Matt in the mixed doubles event. Hamilton gained a following on Twitter. Matt Hamilton at the International Olympic Committee Matt Hamilton on the World Curling Federation database Matt Hamilton on the World Curling Tour database Matt Hamilton on the CurlingZone database Team USA profile