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Tuesday: Newscaster Tom Brokaw narrates Copland's "A Lincoln Portrait" in a program that also features John Adams' "On the Transmigration of Souls," Copland's "Promise of Living From the Tender Land" and William Schuman's "New England Triptych.
So he drags his father to an advertised lecture on the transmigration of souls, delivered by Swami Nala Prash (Art Malik).
Only his keen interest in the transmigration of souls and almost excessive enthusiasm for dogs betray any shadow of eccentricity.
In 2003, Adams won the Pulitzer Prize for Music for "On the Transmigration of Souls," written to commemorate the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Adams has celebrated the presence of technology in his music; perhaps the most fascinating example is the combination of orchestral sounds with pre-recorded speech and street sounds in his On the Transmigration of Souls, a memorial piece for the victims of 9/11 that earned him a Pulitzer Prize.
Valverde says that Cardano implicitly defends the view that the number of active intellects is limited, which necessarily seems to require the transmigration of souls, but it is not clear where Cardano says this.
Sottolinea acutamente Lollini: "I see in this reference to the transmigration of souls an indirect allusion to Levi's feeling of guilt as a survivor of the concentration camp.
John Adams dominated the classical category, with wins in three categories for ``On the Transmigration of Souls,'' a composition about Sept.
Deprived of the knowledge requisite for salvation, some put their hopes in the transmigration of souls.