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For the first of his four Wednesdays at (Le) Poisson Rouge, he began with a diverse mix, from Thelonious Monk's "Ask Me Now," to a semiclassical work by the Haitian composer and guitarist Frantz Casseus (who was also one of Mr. Ribot's mentors), to "Sun Ship," a hardhitting piece from John Coltrane's descent into the extreme avantgarde.

A group that played classic literature, but also new pieces and arrangements of semiclassical and folk tunes.

Khamaj is generally used for semiclassical and light music.

The general emphasis was on ragtime and stride, with two works apiece by James P. Johnson (including the fingerbusting "Steeplechase Rag") and Luckey Roberts (starting with the semiclassical, tangolicious "Spanish Venus").

Hawking radiation is derived in a semiclassical setting, where the black hole is classical.
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Thus, every state of a locally countable semiclassical test space has a classical interpretation.

A semiclassical if its tests do not overlap; i.e., if

A, we may always form a semiclassical test space simply by forming the coproduct (disjoint union) of the tests in

Even though neither Borel test spaces nor quantum test spaces are semiclassical, one might argue that in any real laboratory situation, semiclassicality is the rule.

I forgot to include that the breaking up of the 120 to the 24cell, the breaking of Cl (8) to the smaller exceptional group F_4, might physically be associated with the transition of the universe from a quantum wave functional over all (or many) possible metric configurations to a classical or semiclassical spacetime.
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