eGK

AcronymDefinition
eGKElektronische Gesundheitskarte (German)
eGKEastern Grey Kangaroo (species)
eGKEuskadiko Gazteriaren Kontseilua (Basque: Basque Youth Council; Spain)
eGKElektronischen Geschäftsverkehr (German)
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New Delhi [India], June 15 ( ANI ): EGK Foods, a Startup India-registered food processing organisation raised pre-seed funding of USD 300k from Pradyumna Kokil.
Her contribution to this particular collection is a stunning performance of Quattro Canzoni by Werner Egk (1901-1983), an imaginative German composer whose music deserves far wider hearing.
In order to overcome these shortcomings, in [1, 16] the EGK algorithm is proposed which is a variation of the GK algorithm: there the optimal number of clusters is obtained during the iteration process.
Alarie's repertoire, for instance, included works written for her by Werner Egk, and she was a sensation in the North American premiere of Poulenc's La Voix Humaine in 1959.
He now explores the lives and careers of eight composers--Werner Egk, Paul Hindemith, Kurt Weill, Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Carl Orff, Hans Pfitzner, Arnold Schoenberg, and Richard Strauss--elucidating the relationship of each to the Nazi regime.
On the way forward again, they're confronted by their two roommates, Egk and Thoolen, who block the catwalk as though they've formed an alliance.
She did, however, still have the benefit of male support after the move, maintaining social/religious relationships with Daniel Wulffer, Johann Paul II von Wolzogen, and Georg Hannibal von Egk. She died in Nurnberg in 1694.
It is a good moment for an appraisal of this subject, so fraught with snares on all sides, because Oxford University Press has just published Michael Kater's Composers of the Nazi Era: Eight Portraits, which discusses the political difficulties and evasions of Werner Egk, Paul Hindemith, Kurt Weill, Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Carl Orff, Hans Pfitzner, Arnold Schoenberg, and Richard Strauss.
He openly fraternized with high German officials; attended parties with Wehrmacht officers; choreographed the ballet Joan de Zarissa to a score by Werner Egk, who stood high in the Nazi musical establishment; had his bust done by another favored Nazi artist, Arno Brecker; wired his congratulations to the Reich ambassador in Paris on the Nazi "liberation" of his birthplace, Kiev.
In fact, French works were heard with surprising frequency, despite efforts to buttress German superiority through regular performances of Beethoven, Wagner, Richard Strauss, and Werner Egk, a Nazi favorite.