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Moral injury treatments are a needed safety valve for people battling guilt and ethical vertigo. Even so, as old hands on the front lines note, nudging the morally injured toward self-repair goes only so far. Therapy can help you move on from past choices, but unless your employer hires more staff or supplies more resources, chances are you’ll have to keep making decisions that violate your ethics, compounding your trauma. A lot of problems that cause moral injury “require systemic solutions on a much broader level,” says Andrews, the California public defender. Liszt's piano works are usually divided into two categories: original works, and transcriptions, paraphrases, or fantasies on works by other composers. Examples of his own works are Harmonies poétiques et religieuses of May 1833 and the Piano Sonata in B minor (1853). Liszt's transcriptions of other composers include Schubert songs, fantasies on operatic melodies, and his piano arrangements of symphonies by Hector Berlioz and Ludwig van Beethoven. Liszt also made piano arrangements of his own instrumental and vocal works, such as the arrangement of the second movement " Gretchen" of his Faust Symphony, the first " Mephisto Waltz," the " Liebesträume No. 3," and the two volumes of his " Buch der Lieder." The trauma is far more widespread and devastating than most people realize. “It’s really clear to us that it is all over the place,” says psychiatrist Wendy Dean, president and co-founder of the nonprofit Moral Injury of Healthcare in Carlisle, Pa. “It’s social workers, educators, lawyers.” Survey studies in the U.S. report that more than half of K–12 professionals, including teachers, moderately or strongly agree that they have faced morally injurious situations involving others. Similar studies in Europe show that about half of physicians have been exposed to potentially morally injurious events at high levels. In early 2021 emergency room physician Torree McGowan hoped the worst of the pandemic was behind her. She and her colleagues had adapted to the COVID-causing virus, donning layers of protection before seeing each patient, but they’d managed to keep things running smoothly. The central Oregon region where McGowan lived—a high desert plateau ringed by snow-capped mountains—had largely escaped the first COVID waves that slammed areas such as New York City. A serving of a single or double layer of silk or nylon if the self-isolation of the strand by enamel could be not enough. This is the cheapest and most suitable choice for low-withstanding voltages. When using this type of wire, varnishing the winding or even the finished product can help because the silk or nylon textile can absorb the varnish and provide more robust isolation. Applying the varnish under the vacuum process would be preferred to improve reliability and reproducibility.

Trippett, David (31 October 2021), Cormac, Joanne (ed.), "Liszt and Wagner", Liszt in Context (1ed.), Cambridge University Press, pp.38–47, doi: 10.1017/9781108378253.007, ISBN 978-1-108-37825-3, S2CID 239204179 , retrieved 5 February 2023 On some occasions, Liszt took part in Rome's musical life. On 26 March 1863, at a concert at the Palazzo Altieri, he directed a programme of sacred music. The "Seligkeiten" of his Christus-Oratorio and his "Cantico del Sol di Francesco d'Assisi", as well as Haydn's Die Schöpfung and works by J. S. Bach, Beethoven, Jommelli, Mendelssohn, and Palestrina were performed. On 4 January 1866, Liszt directed the "Stabat mater" of his Christus-Oratorio, and, on 26 February 1866, his Dante Symphony. There were several further occasions of similar kind, but in comparison with the duration of Liszt's stay in Rome, they were exceptions. Therapies for PTSD can likewise fall short for morally injured patients, in Harwood-Gross’s experience. PTSD-focused approaches teach clients to adapt to traumatic triggers, such as fireworks that sound like gunshots, but this exposure approach doesn’t really help them resolve deep ethical conflicts. Effective moral injury counseling is “more about the processing,” Harwood-Gross says. “There has to be that movement: ‘How do I see it for what it is and, from there, develop something more meaningful?’ It’s a more spiritual approach.” For Liszt's notable students, see List of music students by teacher: K to M §Franz Liszt. Early students [ edit ] Sullivan, Charles R. (March 1999), "Optimal Choice for Number of Strands in a Litz-Wire Transformer Winding" (PDF), IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 14 (2): 283–291, Bibcode: 1999ITPE...14..283S, doi: 10.1109/63.750181This article will first summarize the well-known properties of Litz wire by highlighting special care and tips in its selection (part 1). The modelization approach of such conductors will be then discussed and the models available in FEA simulation tools will be compared. Eventually, a few words and references about the equivalent thermal conductivitythat can be assigned to a given Litz wire will be introduced to help in thermal simulation (part 2). Even if moral injury research is a young and growing field, scientists and clinicians already agree that a key step toward healing for morally injured people—whether in therapy or not—has to do with grasping the true nature of what they’re facing. They’re not hopeless, “bad seeds” or uniquely irredeemable. They may not fit the criteria for PTSD or another mental illness. Instead they’re suffering from a severe disconnect between the moral principles they live by and the reality of what is happening or has happened. In moral injury, “that sense of who you are as a person has been brought into question,” Dean says. “We have a lot of people saying, ‘This is the language I’ve been looking for for the past 20 years.’” Ancient Origins See also: Symphonic poems (Liszt) Die Hunnenschlacht, as painted by Wilhelm von Kaulbach, that in turn inspired one of Liszt's symphonic poems

Liszt's own point of view regarding program music can for the time of his youth be taken from the preface of the Album d'un voyageur (1837). According to this, a landscape could evoke a certain kind of mood. Since a piece of music could also evoke a mood, a mysterious resemblance with the landscape could be imagined. In this sense, the music would not paint the landscape, but it would match the landscape in a third category, the mood. Liszt's interest in Bach's organ music in the early 1840s prompted him to commission a piano-organ from the Paris company Alexandre Père et Fils. The instrument was made in 1854 under Berlioz's supervision, using an 1853 Érard piano, a combination of piano and harmonium with three manuals and a pedal board. The company called it a "piano-Liszt" and installed it in Villa Altenburg in July 1854, [84] the instrument is now exhibited in the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde collection in Vienna. [85] [82]The first 12 symphonic poems were composed in the decade 1848–58 (though some use material conceived earlier); one other, Von der Wiege bis zum Grabe ( From the Cradle to the Grave), followed in 1882. Liszt's intent, according to Hugh MacDonald in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, was for these single-movement works "to display the traditional logic of symphonic thought." [94] That logic, embodied in sonata form as musical development, was traditionally the unfolding of latent possibilities in given themes in rhythm, melody and harmony, either in part or in their entirety, as they were allowed to combine, separate and contrast with one another. [95] To the resulting sense of struggle, Beethoven had added intensity of feeling and the involvement of his audiences in that feeling, beginning from the Eroica Symphony to use the elements of the craft of music— melody, bass, counterpoint, rhythm and harmony—in a new synthesis of elements toward this end. [96] See English translation of Litzendraht. See translation of Litze (lace, strand, braiding, braid on military uniform) and translation of Draht (wire, filament, strand). See also German translations of wire. Litz wire often offers a serving for protection or enhanced isolation between turns, layers, or windings (figure 9). It could be: For example, see Liszt's letter to J. W. von Wasielewski of 9 January 1857, in: La Mara (ed.): Liszts Briefe, Band 1, translated by Constance Bache, No. 171.

The above considerations are valid for a single conductor. However, these simple formulas and concepts clearly illustrate that according to the current to drive through the winding, parallelization of small conductors will be a must. They can be just wound multi-filar that it is not a good solution either for proximity effect between conductors or process optimization. Litz wire characterizes this parallelization plus a twisting versus length so that each strand passes equally through each position on the inside and outside of the bundle (figure 6). This prevents the circulation of currents between strands by reducing proximity effects. At a later stage, Liszt experimented with "forbidden" things such as parallel 5ths in the "Csárdás macabre" [n 12] and atonality in the Bagatelle sans tonalité ("Bagatelle without Tonality"). Pieces like the "2nd Mephisto-Waltz" are unconventional because of their numerous repetitions of short motives. Also showing experimental characteristics are the Via crucis of 1878, as well as Unstern!, Nuages gris, and the two works entitled La lugubre gondola of the 1880s. The Litz wire suppliers [3] often propose a table of recommended use according to the frequency range (table 2). It can be good to introduce some margins to consider the possible harmonics content of the current waveform which could be high for phase-shift half- or full-bridge ZVS topologies as well as for LLC/CLLLC in some cases.After a visit to Rome and an audience with Pope Pius IX in 1860, Carolyne finally secured an annulment. [51] It was planned that she and Liszt would marry in Rome, on 22 October 1861, Liszt's 50th birthday. Although Liszt arrived in Rome on 21 October, the marriage was made impossible by a letter that had arrived the previous day to the Pope himself. It appears that both her husband and the Tsar of Russia had managed to quash permission for the marriage at the Vatican. The Russian government also impounded her several estates in the Polish Ukraine, which made her later marriage to anybody unfeasible. [52] Rome, Weimar, Budapest [ edit ] Liszt, photo (mirror-imaged) by Franz Hanfstaengl, June 1870 Liszt, Franz; Street-Klindworth, Agnes (2000). Franz Liszt and Agnes Street-Klindworth: A Corr To counter thoughts of hopelessness, of failing her medical calling, McGowan tries to focus on specific acts of good she’s been able to perform. When she’s not in the ER, she serves as a lieutenant colonel in the Oregon Air National Guard, and her unit has vaccinated more than 100,000 people against COVID. Liszt fell very ill, to the extent that an obituary notice was printed in a Paris newspaper, and he underwent a long period of religious doubts and pessimism. He again stated a wish to join the Church but was dissuaded this time by his mother. He had many discussions with the Abbé de Lamennais, who acted as his spiritual father, and also with Chrétien Urhan, a German-born violinist who introduced him to the Saint-Simonists. [16] Urhan also wrote emotive music that moved beyond the Classical paradigm, with titles such as Elle et moi, La Salvation angélique and Les Regrets; these may have helped to develop Liszt's taste and style. Additionally, Urhan was an early champion of Schubert, which inspired Liszt's own lifelong love of his songs. [19] In spite of the conditions under which Liszt had been appointed as "Königlicher Rat", he neither directed the orchestra of the National Theatre nor permanently settled in Hungary. Typically, he would arrive in mid-winter in Budapest. After one or two concerts of his students, by the beginning of spring, he left. He never took part in the final examinations, which were in the summer of every year. Some of the pupils joined the lessons that Liszt gave in the summer in Weimar. [ citation needed]

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