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- Étienne Loulié, pronounced [e.tjɛn lu.lje], (1654 – 16 July 1702) was a musician, pedagogue and musical theorist. Born into a family of Parisian sword-finishers...
- was invented circa 1694 by Étienne Loulié to record the preferred tempo of pieces of music. Musician Étienne Loulié collaborated with mathematician Joseph...
- Loulie Jean Norman (March 12, 1913 - August 2, 2005) was a coloratura soprano who worked with arranger Gordon Jenkins. Jenkins and Norman collaborated...
- The sonomètre is a tuning device invented circa 1694 by Étienne Loulié to facilitate the tuning of stringed instruments. Sébastien de Brossard considered...
- Chronometer or chronoscope may refer to: Chronometer of Loulie, a precursor to the metronome Clock Chronometer watch Observatory chronometer, a device...
- Herbert Walker, a wealthy American businessman. His mother was Lucretia "Loulie" (Wear) Walker (1874–1961), daughter of James H. Wear. His elder sisters...
- Niknok Marco Gumabao as JC CJ Navato as Dexter Bernadette Allyson-Estrada as Loulie Perez-Saavedra Joe Gruta as Ka Sebio Pepe Herrera as Cesar Bernales Karen...
- Philippe learned physics and mathematics from Joseph Sauveur; and from Étienne Loulié he learned musical notation, elementary musical theory, plus the basics...
- Gloria Wood - Suzy Sparrow Harry Stanton - B**** Singer in Canoe and Ship Loulie Jean Norman - Penelope Pinfeather The first world showing of Melody in public...
- theremin-like sound theme was actually provided by renowned studio soprano Loulie Jean Norman until her voice was removed in later seasons. Soprano Elin Carlson...
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