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Additionally, this phonetic alphabet is taught at the universities of Spanish-speaking countries such as Mexico. Madrid: Editorial Gredos. Face, Timothy L. Guide to the Phonetic Symbols of Spanish. Sommerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. Duculot, Louvain , , 2 vol. The Long Christmas Dinner opera. Wilder collaborated with the composer in order to make the text work with the music, it was used a harpsichord.

It was first performed in the original English on 13 March , at the Juilliard School of Music , New York under the direction of the composer. A digital recording of the work on the Wergo label was performed in the German language.

A commercial recording of the original English version was released by Bridge Records in ; the opera depicts 90 years in the history of the mid-western Bayard family. The opera opens with wife of Roderick Bayard, setting the table for Christmas dinner. Having finished, she calls down her husband and his mother, joining them in their first Christmas dinner in their new house.

Over dinner, Roderick's mother, referred to as Mother Bayard, recalls a time in her childhood when Indians lived where the house now rests. She goes on to discuss the importance of remembering the names of one's ancestors. The opera moves forward to another Christmas dinner between Roderick and Mother Bayard, this time joined by Roderick's cousin Brandon, back from his time spent in Alaska ; as they eat, Brandon asks Mother Bayard.

As the years go on, Mother Bayard dies, leaving Lucia and Brandon. Not long after the birth of their son, another baby arrives: their daughter. Again, the action moves forward in time to a Christmas dinner, joined by a grown-up Charles and Genevieve; the men give a toast to the firm owned and run by the Bayard family, the women join in on the merriment. Roderick dies shortly after this point in time.

She, Brandon and Charles reflect on past Christmas dinners. After a quick change in subject, Genevieve announces to her mother that Charles is engaged to be married, adding that she herself will never marry, so that she may always remain with her mother. The scene shifts to show the marriage of Charles and his wife, Leonora. The newlyweds join Lucia and Genevieve for Christmas dinner.

Not long after Charles and Leonora marry, the couple birth a baby—however, the baby dies in infancy. Brandon dies, is followed by Lucia; the death of Lucia devastates Genevieve, left wondering what to do with her life. Leonora and Charles write to the latter's cousin Ermengarde.

During dinner one Christmas and Charles discuss their relations and reminisce about their ancestors. Sam, on holiday leave from the military, joins the family for Christmas dinner along with his twin sister, Lucia II. Sam tells his family to do what they do on Christmas Day , so that he may cherish the memory of his family's Christmas dinner.

Soon after, he dies there. Charles berates Roderick II for getting drunk and making a fool of himself, reminds him that he will soon enter the family firm. Lucia leaves soon afterward to travel with her spouse. Charles and Ermengarde both fall ill, an atmosphere of sadness is draped over the household. Genevieve snaps, fed up with her life of depression following her mother's death, she informs her family that she will go away to die alone, leaves.

Charles writes his son a letter, forgiving him for tarnishing the family name and refusing to carry on with the firm, he promises to send him another message the following Christmas, but dies before he is able to do so. Leonora's health declines; the two try to reflect on just how old the house has become: it is nearly ninety years old by this point.

Leonora tells Ermengarde that she may have the house if she wants it, as there are no more children around to inherit it. Leonora leaves the room, Ermengarde finds a letter sent to the house by Lucia II.

Whilst reading the letter, Ermengarde dies. The priests were stripped of all civil and constitutional rights , but their death penalties were subsequently not enforced; the remaining defendants were sentenced to sentences ranging from six years in prison to life.

A series of similar trials followed; the "war against religion", in which in the one year of , a total of Roman Catholic priests were thrown in jail, became the responsibility of the Ministry of Public Security of Poland and its 5th Department created in July for that purpose. The department torture of Polish religious personalities. Brystygier, born to a Jewish family in Stryj , dedicated herself to ideological struggle against all forms of religion.

Nicknamed Bloody Luna by the victims of her torture techniques, Brystygier was responsible for the arrest of 2, Jehovah's Witnesses for their religious beliefs; the trial was a key element in the subsequent wave of repressions against the Church. First, on February 9, , the communist government issued The decree on appointments of clergy to church positions, assuming total control over the way in which positions in the Church were filled.

A month on March 8, the authorities stopped publication of the Catholic weekly Tygodnik Powszechny in reprisal for its alleged refusal to include a eulogy commemorating the death of Joseph Stalin ; the magazine was taken over—until October —by a pro-government secular group PAX Association.

Kaczmarek, tortured in custody before being forced to sign a confession and admit his guilt, was sentenced to 12 years in prison on September On September 25, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski was arrested. Three days on September 28, a Catholic Bishops' Conference issued an official condemnation of sabotage against the state. In parallel, the Office of the Council of Ministers organized its own ceremony on December 17, welcoming the government-approved Bishops, Diocesan administrators, Suffragans. A wave of propaganda spin-offs called the "splinter trials" was launched against the people associated with the Rada Polityczna in Western Europe , composed of members of the National Party active during World War II.

All captives were accused of espionage , sentenced to long prison terms. He died two years in unexplained circumstances during his detention on January 30, Helena Budziaszek received 15 years in prison. The Resolution was signed by 53 members, some of whom went on to become leading figures in Polish literary circles, bestowed with medals and awards. We condemn those Church officials of the Catholic hierarchy, who welcomed the anti-Polish machinations, gave their support to the traitors, went on to destroy our cultural monuments.

In December , two major operations were concluded by the security forces: one against the remnants of the anti-comm. Revision History. WikiVisually Top Lists. Trending Stories.


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