OEHMSOld Elephants Have Many Skins (mnemonic for order of the Great Lakes - Ontario Erie Huron Michigan Superior)
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Mr Oehms called the Bahraini business community to organise a roadshow in Germany.
Oehms said Davydenko was "flabbergasted" when told about the suspicious gambling patterns.
GESALO delegate Oehms said: "Small and medium-sized companies and innovative business ideas are the key drivers of the German economy and a growing sector in Saudi Arabia.
If I had to judge the two (SA) CDs in their entirety, I would definitely give preference to the account of Dvorak's Dumky (Oehms Classics) to that of Lalo's Cello Concerto (PentaTone), which, in my opinion, could have been delivered with a sharper articulation and instrumental verve.
Oliver Oehms, GESALO secretary general, said the program will last for ten weeks to complement the efforts of the German industry in the Kingdom.
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ivan Anguelov, Oehms Classics, OC 376, DDD, Slovak Radio Concert Hall, 2001-2004
"The competition offers young entrepreneurs a platform to connect with industry leaders, experienced investors and potential new customers," said Oliver Oehms, secretary-general of the German-Saudi Arabian Liaison Office for Economic Affairs (GESALO).
We can observe that older complete symphony recordings were joined by new complete recordings of Dvorak's symphonies (Steven Gunzenhauser, Naxos, 1990; Libor Pesek, Supraphon/Virgin Classics, 1987-x996; Julian Kovatchev, Real Sound, 1995; Vladimir Wick, Supraphon, 2000-2oo3; Ivan Anguelov, Oehms, 2001-2004), which, paradoxically, in comparison with the older recordings made by Kertesz and Rowicki, ignore the composer's repetitive passages and in the case of the not yet completely released set of symphonies recorded with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and Zdenek (Octavia Records, 1997-2007) even reach for the oldest Simrock edition (3rd symphony).
Oliver Oehms, of the German Saudi Arabian Liaison Office for Economic Affairs (GESALO), said, "This is the largest catalog show in many years, which demonstrates the importance of the business relations between our two great countries." Oehms said that German firms could offer high-tech products and know-how to add to the diversification of the economy and strengthen the role of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).