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Text:"... Parke, WilliamThomas. Parke, Walter. Brer Rabbit and Uncle Remus. A comic opera for young people. The music by Florian Pascal [pseud.]. No. I in M.396.71 Estrella. An original comic opera. Composed..."
Date:1911
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:".... Address P. O. Box 241. Good mornîîigî Have yoi seen The Courier Î EVANSVILLE'S BEST PAPER NOTICE TO ABSENTEE FOR APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR George A. Zint vs. WilliamThomasParke. To WilliamThomasParke..."
Date:Jan 27 1922
Publication:Boonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Parke. To WilliamThomas Parice, Greeting: You are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff has this day filed in the office of the clerk of the Warrick circuit court his certain complaint..."
Date:Feb 17 1922
Publication:Boonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Tayloi deceased taken under advisement. Inventory and appraisement in estate of WilliamThomasParke approved. Final report in estate of Uriah By-ers approved. NEXT DISTRICT MEETING OF W. O. W. TO BE HELD..."
Date:Jan 13 1922
Publication:Boonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... FOR APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR George A. Zint vs. WilliamThomasParke. To WilliamThomasParke. Greeting: You are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff has this day filed in the otfice of the clerk..."
Date:Feb 10 1922
Publication:Boonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., Bristol, ccoper, at 12, at the TMbot, Bristol. • CEETZFICATES, NovKHnsn 22,-George Ibbotson, jun. Huddersfield, seedsman. Richard Veell, csn. Brapsk.aw, contractor. WilliamThomasParke, imng-acre, musi..."
Date:Nov 2 1814
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Philip Lutz. Jr., Atty for Petitioners 2t NOTICE TO ABSENTEE FOR APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR George A. Zint vs. WilliamThomasParke. To WilliamThomasParke, Greeting: You are hereby notified..."
Date:Jan 20 1922
Publication:Boonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... £500. WilliamThomasParke, the first oboist of Covent Garden at the time of the production, wrote in his entertaining Musical Memoirs: The music of this opera is a refined, scientific and characteristic..."
Date:Between 1926 and 1927
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... out the charming quatuor, Over the Dark Blue Waters. The first performance in Boston was in Music Hall by the ParepaRosa Company, May 23, 1870.* Weber received for the opera £500. WilliamThomasParke..."
Date:Between 1929 and 1930
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... out the charming quatuor, Over the Dark Blue Waters. The first performance in Boston was in Music Hall by the ParepaRosa Company, May 23, 1870.* Weber received for the opera £500. WilliamThomasParke..."
Date:Between 1929 and 1930
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"....] - Stephen {Sir L.) and Lee {S.) Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 43. 1895. Parke (WilliamThomas, oboist, 1762-1847.) Musical Memoirs ; comprising an account of the general state of music in England..."
Date:Between 1850 and 1916
Place:England
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Text:"..., 1760-1860.] J. M. E. PARKE, JOHN (1745-1829), oboist, born in 1745, studied the oboe under Simpson and musical theory under Baumgarten. WilliamThomasParke [q. v.] was his younger brother. In 1768 John..."
Date:1895
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMTHOMASPARKE. 319 when he gave up the violin, and devoted himself solely to the flute ; in which he took several lessons from the celebrated Wendling. His prece^^tor attempted to Sut him out..."
Date:1834
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Text:"..., of England, 1760-1860.] J. M. R. PARKE, JOHN (1745-1829), oboist^ bom in 1745, studied the oboe under Simpson and musical theory under Baiungart^n; WilliamThomasParke [q. v.] was his younger brother..."
Date:1895
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...68 GILBERT STUART vated, he took lessons in the flute from a German who played in the Kings band. WilliamThomasParke, the principal oboe at the opera house, tells us that Stuart belonged to a club..."
Date:1955
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Text:"... out the charming quatuor, Over the Dark Blue Waters/ The first performance in Boston was in Music Hall by the ParepaRosa Company, May 23, 1870.* Weber received for the opera £500. WilliamThomasParke..."
Date:Between 1926 and 1927
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...The first performance in Boston was in Music Hall by the ParepaKosa Company, May 23, 1870.* Weber received for the opera £500. WilliamThomasParke, the first oboist of Covent Garden at the time..."
Date:Between 1932 and 1933
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMTHOMASPARKE 319 when he gave up the violin, and devoted himself solely to the flute; in which he took several lessons from the celebrated Wendling. His preceptor attempted to put him out..."
Date:1834
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...WILLIAMTHOMASPARKE. 319 when he gave up the violin, and devoted himself solely to the flute; in which he took several lessons from the celebrated Wendliiig. His preceptor attempted to put liim out..."
Date:1834
Publication place:London, England