Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Today’s Panchang: What happened on 28th July | Events in Argentina and the world

In 28 july calendar These events are different from what happened in Argentina and in the world as of today:

1741. Death of Antonio Vivaldi

Antonio Vivaldi, perhaps the main Baroque composer in Italy, died in Vienna at the age of 63. Born in Venice in 1678, due to his dual status as priest and redhead, he was known as “Il prete rosso” (“The Red Priest”). His fame is due to the first programmatic work in the history of music: four seasons, a violin concerto ensemble describing spring, summer, autumn and winter. He composed dozens of operas, the main ones being orlando furiousBased on the poem by Ludovico Ariosto. He also wrote a large number of sacred musical compositions.

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1750. Johann Sebastian Bach died

Johann Sebastian Bach died in Leipzig at the age of 65. He was one of the greatest composers of German Baroque and the pinnacle of universal music. He stood out as an organist and harpsichordist and was the father of a fruitful family of musicians. His works include Mass in B minor, Six Suites for Solo Cello, Passion according to Saint MatthewVariations goldbergThere were four suites for orchestra, two violin concertos, two violin concertos, musical offeringToccata and Fugue in D Minor, Six Brandenburg Concerto, good-natured harpsichord, art of fugue And dozens of cantatas.

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1821. Peruvian Independence

José de San Martín declares Peruvian independence in Lima. Thus concludes the Liberator’s continental plan: crossing the Andes to liberate Chile and then reaching Peru by sea to defeat Spanish colonialism at its nerve center. San Martín leads a maritime expedition in September 1820 and defeats the royalists after besieging Lima. Upon declaring independence, he received the title of protector of Peru.

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1903. Birth of Silvina Ocampo

Silvina Ocampo, one of the greatest voices in Argentine literature, was born in Buenos Aires. Shadow as the sister of Victoria Ocampo and the wife of Adolfo Bio Casares, she was an excellent storyteller. published books like Irene’s autobiography You guests, With Bayoy he wrote, Four Hands, the police novel those who love, hate, published in The Seventh Circle Collection. He also compiled, with Bayoy and Jorge Luis Borges, Anthology of Fantastic Literature, He died in 1993 at the age of 90.

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1909. Ness Malcolm Lowry

English writer Malcolm Lowry was born in Cheshire. His life ended in 1957 due to the consumption of alcohol. He published very little during his lifetime and was recognized posthumously. His most famous work from 1947 is, under the volcano, considered one of the greatest novels of the 20th century, was written after his stay in Mexico. Other work: foreign, piedra the demonic, dark like a grave where my friend lies You Popocatepetl. a rumble on,

1927. Birth of David Venus

David Venus is born. In his youth, he was one of the magazine’s animators contour, with his brothers Ismail, Noé Jitrich, Leon Rosichner and Juan José Cebrelli. author of novels such as land owner You to faceHe was also the author of one of the most relevant essays published in the country: Argentine literature and political reality, In addition, he wrote plays, and his story master It was carried to the cinema by Fernando Ayala. He lost two children to the dictatorship and had to go into exile. A tireless moralist, upon his return to the country he joined UBA’s Faculty of Philosophy and Letters. He passed away in 2011.

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1928. Ness Angelica Gorodischer

Angelica Gorodicher was born in Buenos Aires. One of the main voices of science fiction in Spanish has lived all his life in Rosario. His works have a lot of short stories trafalgar (about the space voyages of the picturesque Trafalgar Medrano) and other story books, such as Republic, survival techniques, Demand You Girls, His novels include Kalpa Imperial (Translated into English by Ursula K. Le Guin), Alabaster Vase, Bokhara Carpet, The Fable of the Virgin and the Fireman, Jaguar’s Tomb You ludicrous act, He passed away in 2022.

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1936. Born Norberto Gallaso

Revisionist historian Norberto Galasso was born in Buenos Aires. Among their extensive production, stand out Damned, Discapolo and his time, life of scalabrini ortizo, Felipe Varela and the Fight for the Latin American Federation, The Truth and Lies About Peron and Eva PeronHis biography of San Martín titled we are free and nothing matters You from Peron to Kirchner,

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1947. Death of Celedonio Flores

Celedonio Flores, one of the founding poets of tango, died a few days before his 51st birthday. Canonical tango verses such as “Mano a Mano”, “Corrientes y Esmeralda”, “El Bullin de la Calle Ayacucho” and “Margot” are outstanding for his pen.

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1954. Birth of Hugo Chavez

Hugo Chavez is born. A career military man, he rose to fame in February 1992 with a coup attempt against Carlos Andres Pérez. He was imprisoned. After gaining his independence, he ran for the presidency of Venezuela in 1998. He won and reformed the constitution. He won again in 2000 and 2006. In 2002 he was able to reverse a blow against them. As leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, he pursued what he called “21st century socialism”. This was instrumental in overturning the FTAA in Mar del Plata in 2005. A year ago it passed a referendum. In 2007 he lost a vote to demand reform that would allow for indefinite re-election. Nevertheless, he competed in 2012, very ill, and won again. Before he died, he appointed Nicolas Maduro as his successor. He died on 5 March 2013.

1957. Election of constituents in Argentina

The dictatorial regime that overthrew Juan Domingo Perón in 1955 called for elections to elect constituents who restored the 1853 constitution, instead of the 1949 repealed Peronist Magna Carta. The withdrawal of the first constitution is done with the closure of Congress and, therefore, without the law of necessity emanating from Parliament for constitutional reform. It is voted for the first time with a ban on peronism. The People’s UCR won with 32 percent of the vote. This is followed by another separate faction of fundamentalism, the UCRI, which reaches 28. Socialists receive eight percent. But the great novelty is the blank vote, which reaches 24 percent. This is where Peronists express themselves by not qualifying their candidates.

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1977. Born Emanuel Ginobili

Emanuele Ginobili, one of the most important athletes in the history of Argentina, was born in Bahia Blanca. He made his National Basketball League debut in 1995 playing for Andino de la Rioja. From there he moved to Viola Reggio Calabria in Italy. In 2002 he arrived in the NBA hired by the San Antonio Spurs. He became champion in 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2014. With the Argentina national team, he was runner-up at the 2002 World Championships in Indianapolis. Two years later he won Olympic gold in Athens. At the 2008 Beijing Games, he won a bronze medal. He retired in 2018 and was inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 2022.

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1981. Open Theater Begins

The greatest experience of cultural resistance against dictatorship begins: open theatre. The movement is an initiative of Acotes and Playwrights, who present short plays at the Picadero Theatre. A few days later, on 6 August, the room caught fire and the works moved to Tabari, attracting great public support. Among the works written for the occasion are absence gray by Roberto Cosa Say Yes De Griselda Gambaro, distant promise land Ricardo Halak and . By my obelisk and me Osvaldo Dragon’s.

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1998. Muere Zbigneau Herbert

Polish poet Zbigniew Herbert has died at the age of 73. Born in 1924, he is considered one of the main European poets of the second half of the 20th century. notable in his works still life with bridle, Report from the besieged city and other poems, a barbarian in the garden You maze by the sea,

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In addition, it is world hepatitis day, and this is in Argentina national gendarmerie day,

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