John Palmer
John Palmer
John Palmer is a British composer, pianist and musicologist. John Palmer studied piano with Grazia Wendling and Eva Serman at the Lucerne School of Music (Musikhochschule Luzern), Switzerland, while attending courses in composition with Edison Denisov and Vinko Globokar. He continued his composition studies in London at Trinity College of Music, Royal Holloway, University of London and at City University London where he obtained a PhD in Composition in 1994.
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A Democratic-Backed Bill Would Limit How Many Patients Ohio Nurses Can Care For At a Time
NPR - 5 days
A new bill at the Statehouse would put limits on the number of patients one registered nurse can care for. State Sen. Michael Skindell, a Lakewood Democrat, says the goal is to make sure registered nurses aren’t caring for more patients than they can handle at one time. “Nurse-to-patient ratios are based on the seriousness of the condition being treated or medical procedure being performed. Ohio currently has no limits on how many patients a nurse can care for at any one time.” The Ohio Hospital Association’s John Palmer says his group opposes a mandated-staffing ratio because all nurses and patients are different. The bill would only affect registered nurses – not licensed practical nurses or medical assistants. And it’s facing an uphill challenge because it doesn’t have widespread bipartisan support at this point.
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Lawyer: Man charged with disrupting 'Hamilton' show was incited by 'hostile' audience
Chicago Times - 3 months
The lawyer for a man charged with disrupting a Chicago performance of the musical "Hamilton"  blamed the incident on a "hostile" and "partisan" audience and said his client does not owe theatergoers an apology.Attorney Jonathan Feldman took issue with several witnesses who said John Palmer, 56,...
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John 'Goldfinger' Palmer was under surveillance for 16 YEARS before assassination - Daily Mail
Google News - 5 months
Daily Mail John 'Goldfinger' Palmer was under surveillance for 16 YEARS before assassination Daily Mail Supergrass John 'Goldfinger' Palmer had been under surveillance for at least 16 years before he was assassinated by a hitman, it is claimed. The infamous crook, 65 - who was once believed to be Britain's richest criminal - was gunned down at his home ... Notorious Bristol gangster John Palmer - shot dead - was under surveillance for 16 yearsBristol Post Undercover cops probed Essex gangster John 'Goldfinger' Palmer for 16 years before assassinationEvening Standard John 'Goldfinger' Palmer had been under police surveillance for 16 years when he was shot dead by Bath Chronicle -BBC News -Essex Live all 7 news articles »
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Blind lemur shunned by his family gets new lease of life thanks to his own ... - Yahoo News UK
Google News - about 3 years
Yahoo News UK Blind lemur shunned by his family gets new lease of life thanks to his own ... Yahoo News UK But he had to be moved after he lost his sight to cataracts and was ostracised by the other lemurs. He has since been kept indoors for his own safety, at the home of park keepers Joy and John Palmer. Despite his setback, Stumpy has been kept company ... Blind lemur Stumpy helped by guide dogThis is Cornwall Blind, disabled and shunned by his friends, but Stumpy has his own guide dog ...Plymouth Herald all 2 news articles »
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This Town, My Town, My Loss
Huffington Post - over 3 years
When Mark Leibovich's This Town first hit this town in mid-July, I got my copy and was all set to interview Mark and do a fun piece about how awful so many people in Washington are. But instead I ended up spending 20 days in the ICU at George Washington Hospital with his book in my tote bag. I was with my husband of 30 years, who died on August 3. I mean, poor Mark Leibovich. This shocking event in my own life has now put his nicely written but snarky book about the corruption of media and government in Washington in the same posting as the death of John Palmer. Because like many other great reporters, John spent a good part of his long career with NBC News here in Washington, and lived a life with values very different from those Leibovich glibly assigns to so many in "this town." How do I balance writing something that was going to be fun, funny and a little mean with the loss of the kindest and best person I ever knew? This is all about tone. Tone and intent, really. Oh, an ...
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Is This A Better Way Of Tracking Happiness?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Scientists are increasingly finding ways to use mobile technology to capture snapshots of our daily behaviors and mindsets. In the latest demonstration of such, researchers at Princeton University have found that cell phones can be useful tools in recording our dips and peaks in happiness in relation to our different environments. A challenge of conducting surveys, particularly ones where you're calling people in their homes and asking them about their feelings at that moment in time, is that their answers to the questions may differ depending on their environment. “People spend a significant amount of time outside their census tracks,” study researcher John Palmer, who is a graduate student in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at the university, said in a statement. “If we want to get more precise findings of contextual measurements we need to use techniques like this.” The study, published in the journal Demography, included 270 study p ...
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John Palmer, Longtime NBC News Correspondent, Dies at 77
NYTimes - over 3 years
Mr. Palmer broke the news of the Carter administration’s failed effort to rescue the American hostages in Iran in 1980 and anchored NBC’s early coverage of the Challenger space shuttle explosion in 1986.
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John Palmer Remembered By NBC News
Huffington Post - over 3 years
WASHINGTON (AP) — John Palmer, the longtime correspondent for NBC News who died Saturday after a brief illness, was remembered by former colleagues as a hardworking, gracious reporter who moved easily from war zones to the White House and who brought a reassuring voice to news broadcasts. Palmer, 77, died Saturday at George Washington University Hospital of pulmonary fibrosis, according to his wife, Nancy. "God bless John Palmer, tireless reporter, always a gentleman, loving husband and doting father," former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw wrote on Twitter. He said the death of his friend of nearly 50 years was "heartbreaking." Palmer worked for NBC from 1962 to 1990, and then returned to the network from 1994 until 2002. He became a familiar face to viewers of the "Today" show during much of the 1980s, delivering the news in a straightforward, no-nonsense manner at a time when the program often led in the ratings. NB ...
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Longtime NBC news correspondent John Palmer dies - USA TODAY
Google News - over 3 years
San Francisco Chronicle Longtime NBC news correspondent John Palmer dies USA TODAY Palmer anchored the first hours of NBC's coverage of the 1986 Challenger space shuttle disaster. John Palmer. In this Jan. 12, 2012 file photo, John Palmer attends the "Today" show 60th anniversary celebration at the Edison Ballroom in New York. Palmer ... Veteran NBC News correspondent John Palmer diesCNN John Palmer, NBC News Reporter, Dies at Age 77Wall Street Journal John Palmer dead, NBC News anchor was 77Newsday Washington Post all 30 news articles »
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John Palmer, NBC News Veteran, Dies at 77 (Aaron Couch/Hollywood Reporter)
Mediagazer - over 3 years
Aaron Couch / Hollywood Reporter: John Palmer, NBC News Veteran, Dies at 77  —  The journalist served as “Today” news anchor and White House Correspondent during his 40-year career with the network.  —  John Palmer, the journalist whose career with NBC News spanned 40 years, has died.  He was 77.
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  • 2011
    Age 51
    Musica/Tecnologia Journal, Vol. 5, 2011, Firenze University Press.
    More Details Hide Details ISSN 1974-0042. The Ambiguity of Sounds. Composer and pianist John Palmer. Christian Peter Meier. Luzerner Zeitung, 25.1.1993. In German. Intervista a John Palmer. Lia De Pra Cavalleri. Verifiche, Swiss Journal of culture and politics in education, April 2003. In Italian.
  • 2001
    Age 41
    Integrating Skills Development with Academic Content in Higher Education (with Honeybone A., Blumhof J., Hall M.). A guide to the work of the Hertfordshire Integrated Learning Project, Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire, UK, 2001.
    More Details Hide Details Formal Strategies in Composition. PhD Thesis, City University, London, 1994. Articles and Papers: Introduction to ‘Images of the mind (1997). Paper given at the 1997 KlangArt International Congress ‘New Music & Technology’ in Osnabrück, Germany. Published in ‘Musik und Neue Technologie 3, Musik im virtuellen Raum’ (edited by Bernd Enders), Universitätsverlag Rasch, Osnabrück (2000). ISBN 3-934005-64-0. Conceptual models of interaction: towards a perceptual analysis of interactive composition (1997-8) Paper given at the 1997 Sonic Arts Network Conference, University of Birmingham, UK, 10–12 January 1998. Published in the Seamus Journal, USA, Vol. XIV no. 1, Summer 1999. SEAMUS, Sonic Arts Network Perceptual Abstraction and Electroacoustic Composition (1998) Paper given at the 1998 Seamus Conference, Dartmouth College, NH, USA, 16–18 April 1998 (1997–98). Published in the Seamus Journal, USA, Vol. XIII, No. 2, Fall 1998. SEAMUS
  • 2000
    Age 40
    In 2000 he was appointed Professor at the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart, Germany.
    More Details Hide Details Since 1992 he has lectured at several universities and music colleges in Europe and given papers and talks at conferences in Europe and North America. Since 1987 Palmer's works has focused on orchestral, instrumental, vocal, chamber music, and electroacoustic composition. Books: Conversations (2015), Vision Edition 003-MC, 2015. ISBN 978-0-9931761-0-4. Rhythm to go (2013), Vision Edition 002-MP. 2013. Second edition 2014. ISMN 979-0-9002315-1-2. Jonathan Harvey's Bhakti for chamber ensemble and electronics (2001), Edwin Mellen Press, Studies in History and Interpretation of Music. ISBN 0-7734-7436-6; ISBN 978-0-7734-7436-9 * mellenpress
  • 1995
    Age 35
    From 1995 to 2000 he was a Senior Lecturer in Composition and Director of Research at the University of Hertfordshire, England.
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  • 1990
    Age 30
    From 1990 to 1995 he taught at the University of Oxford (Kellogg College).
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  • 1959
    Born in 1959.
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