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Music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky Libretto by Vladimir Begichev and Vasily Geltzer Choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov (1895) revised choreography and stage direction: Konstantin Sergeyev (1950) Set design by Igor Ivanov Costume design by Galina Solovyova World premiere: 20 February 1877, Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow (choreography by Julius Reisinger) Premiere in St Petersburg: 15 January 1895, Mariinsky Theatre (choreography by Lev Ivanov and Marius Petipa) Premiere of Konstantin Sergeyev´s version: 8 March 1950, Kirov Theatre of Opera and Ballet (Mariinsky), Leningrad Act I Scene I Prince Siegfried with his friends are celebrating his maturity. Seeing flying to the lake white swans, the Prince rushes after them. Swans, getting ashore turn into beautigul girls, and Siegfried lowers the his arbalest, amazed by the beauty of the queen of the swans. Siegfried is confused: she is very much alike the beautiful Odette!
Specifications of offshore oil and gas projects at the Kamenomysskoye and Northern Kamenomysskoye fields.
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The gain in measurement sensitivity, sets new challenges to the monitoring of systematic effects, in particular effects associated with magnetic field changes that are correlated with the switching of the electric field and which may mimic a false n EDM signal.Current Music Director Yuri Temirkanov ensures that the glory days of the Mravinsky epoch live on, and he’s joined by a pianist whose Prokofiev 3 has been described as “sensational, even for an artist who has set the bar so high in Russian repertoire” (The Guardian). Pre-concert talk The Lantern, 6.25pm, free with a concert ticket Music educator and conductor Jonathan James gives an insightful talk on tonight’s programme, including a short interview with Nikolai Lugansky.Book for 3 or more concerts and save up to 30% Accompanying Chamber Concert: Stephen Johnson & English Piano Trio Tue , The Lantern, 7.30pm Tickets: £8, or £5 incl. “The St Petersburg Philharmonic’s Eastern Promises programme immediately conjured before me bewitching oriental tales and exotic, colourful scenes.The current upper limit of the neutron electric dipole moment (n EDM) [ at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Villigen, Switzerland is currently developing a next generation EDM setup which will use ultracold neutrons (UCN) delivered by a new spallation-based UCN source with a solid deuterium moderator/converter combination .The n EDM experiment at PSI uses the conventional approach of storing UCN in a trap at room temperature.
In this paper, we describe the technical realization of a ] is an attempt to increase the sensitivity of the neutron electric dipole measurement by more than one order of magnitude.