PARFORCE

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PARFORCEParallel Formal Computing Environment
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This research was supported in part by CEC DGXIII ESPRIT Project "PARFORCE" and CICYT TIC projects IPL-D and ELLA.
Lernet-Holenia wrote several successful plays, ranging from society comedies to farces and melodrama: Osterreichische Komodie (1927; "Austrian Comedy"), Ollapotrida (1926; "Mishmash"), Erotik (1927), Parforce (1928; "By All Means"), Die nachtliche Hochzeit (1929, published as a novel 1930; "The Nightly Marriage"), and Die Frau des Potiphar (1934; "Potiphar's Wife").
Hubert's day which incorporate parforce horns in [E.sup.b] and, among the fanfares used, include the hunting call known as "Saint-Hubert." In En Foret, Bozza's musical borrowings provide a musical narrative for this legend through the combination of the sacred and the profane.