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Word: pedagogue

Definition: teacher; CF. child leader

Sentences Containing 'pedagogue'

Agustín Nieto Caballero was a Colombian pedagogue(1889-1975); who, in 1914, founded Gimnasio Moderno, a prestigious private school, located in Bogotá.
As a pedagogue he has worked in Warsaw music education at the higher and academic level: J.Elsner Music School, K.Szymanowski Music School, F. Chopin Music Academy and Kardynal Stefan Wyszynski University (theoretical and practical musicology).
Ctirad Kohoutek (18 March 1929, Zábřeh, Czech Republic – 19 September 2011, Brno, Czech Republic) was a contemporary Czech composer, music theorist, and pedagogue.
From 1945, he worked as a pedagogue at the Prague Conservatory and Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
He studied with the eminent Russian pedagogue Boris Kuschnir and drawing on this eclectic background his playing has been heralded in the Strad Magazine as "extraordinarily intelligent, soulful and impassioned, yet without a hint of indulgence" and the Chicago Tribune said "Perhaps not since the young Gidon Kremer burst upon the violin world in 1970 has a violinist caused quite the stir of Nikolaj Znaider" In June 1992 at the age of 16 he won the first prize of the 4th International Carl Nielsen Violin Competition, and in 1997 he received one of the most respected and recognized prizes in the violin world: the Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels.
Hermann Breymann (3 July 1842 – 6 September 1910) was a German philologist and pedagogue.
It was unanimously chosen as the host city during a congress organized by Pierre de Coubertin, a French pedagogue and historian, in Paris, on 23 June 1894.
Jan Wijn (born 1934, Amsterdam) is a Dutch pianist and piano pedagogue.
Marian Sawa (January 12, 1937, Krasnystaw – April 27, 2005, Warsaw) was a Polish composer, organist, improviser, musicologist, and pedagogue.
Rungenhagen also worked at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin as a music pedagogue, appointed professor in 1843.
Signe Amanda Georgina Hebbe (30 July 1837 – 1925), was a Swedish singer (soprano), actress, and theatre pedagogue.
Stojan Stojkov, born 1941, is a Macedonian composer and pedagogue.
These accomplishments the richer citizens seem frequently to have acquired at home, by the assistance of some domestic pedagogue, who was, generally, either a slave or a freedman; and the poorer citizens in the schools of such masters as made a trade of teaching for hire.
Ubbo Emmius, born 5 December 1547, was a theologian, historian, pedagogue and first master of the University of Groningen (Netherlands).
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