Jānis Mediņš - Latvijas Ainas = Sights Of Latvia mp3 album
Jānis is a Latvian masculine given name. The first written use of the name Jānis dates back to 1290. It may refer to: Jānis Ādamsons (born 1956), Latvian politician. Jānis Akuraters (1876–1937), Latvian poet, writer, playwright and politician. Jānis Andersons (born 1986), Latvian ice hockey defenceman. Jānis Balodis (1881–1965), Latvian army general and politician. Jānis Frīdrihs Baumanis (1834–1891), Latvian architect. Jānis Bebris (1917–1969), Latvian footballer.
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Jānis Mediņš (October 9, 1890 - March 4, 1966) was a Latvian composer. He was a vital force in musical life during the short-lived first independent Latvian republic (1918-40). He almost singlehandly established in his country both the balletic genre – with Mīlas uzvara (‘Love's Victory’, 1934) – and the operatic with Uguns un nakts (‘Fire and Night’, 1913-19) and Dievi un cilvēki (‘Gods and Men’, 1921).
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Janis Mednis has mostly painted landscapes. He has graduated Landscape masterclass of Vilhelms Purvitis at the Art Academy of Latvia (1939) with diploma work The Landscape with a mill. He participated in exhibitions since 1935. He has worked as a teacher in Kraslava, Talsi and Janis Rosentals Riga School of Art. He was a member of The Artists’ Union of Latvia since 1966. References: Tidomane G. Mednis, Jānis // Māksla un arhitektūra biogrāfijās, II, Atb. red. A. Vilsons. Latvijas enciklopēdija, 1996, 107. lpp.
Parliamentary elections were held in Latvia on 6 October 2018. Following the elections, a coalition government was formed by Who owns the state?, the New Conservative Party, Development/For!, the National Alliance and New Unity. Despite being from the smallest party, Arturs Krišjānis Kariņš of New Unity was chosen as Prime Minister. The 2014 elections saw Social Democratic Party "Harmony" emerge as the largest party. Although the largest party, Harmony has not participated in the government
Mednis, I. and M. Antonēvičs (2001) Politiskās partijas Latvijā. Latvija divos laikposmos (LU vēstures fonds). Cite this chapter as: Ikstens J. (2013) Latvia. In: De Waele J. Escalona . Vieira M. (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Social Democracy in the European Union. Palgrave Macmillan, London.
1890-10-09)October 9, 1890. Jānis Mediņš’s memoir Toņi un pustoņi (‘Tones and Semitones’, published in Stockholm in 1964), provides posterity with many details of his early years. As an old man – it was written between autumn 1962 and spring 1963 in collaboration with Jānis Rudzītis – he characterised his life as ‘rich in experience, though difficult. having lived through Tsarist eras, Latvian independence, Soviet occupation and German occupation, finally’.
|Latvija Ainas = Sights Of Latvia Suite Nr. 3|
|Latvju Dejas = Latvian Dances|
|B1||Meiteņu Deja = Maiden Dance|
|B2||Puišu Deja = Fellows Dance|
|B3||Latvju Rapsodija = Latvian Rhapsody|
- Composed By – Jānis Mediņš
- Conductor – Sixten Ehrling
- Orchestra – The Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra*