This list of notable cellists is divided into four categories: 1) Living Classical Cellists; 2) Non-Classical Cellists; 3) Deceased Classical Cellists; 4) Deceased Non-Classical Cellists. The cello (/ˈtʃɛloʊ/ chel-oh; plural cellos or celli) is a bowed string instrument with four strings tuned in perfect fifths.
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Seniority in the House, for Congressmen with unbroken service, depends on the date on which the members first term began. That date is either the start of the Congress (March 4 in odd numbered years, for the era up to and including the 73rd Congress starting in 1933) or the date of a special election during the Congress. Since many members start se...
In this Congress the only formal leader was the Speaker of the House. A Speakership election was held on December 3, 1827. Andrew Stevenson (J-VA) defeated John W. Taylor (A-NY), the Speaker in the last Congress, to be elected on the first ballot. The title Dean of the House (sometimes known, in the nineteenth century, as Father of the House) was h...
The House created its first standing committee, on April 13, 1789. There were twenty-seven standing committees, listed in the rules used by the 20th Congress. Committees, in this period, were normally appointed for a session at a time by the Speaker. However the resolution of March 30, 1816, which created the committees on departmental expenditures...
A numerical rank is assigned to each of the 213 members initially elected to the 20th Congress. Other members, who were not the first person elected to a seat but who joined the House during the Congress, are not assigned a number. Eight representatives-elect were not sworn in. One resigned before the Congress started (DE-al:McLane). Seven more lef...
This article incorporates public domain material from the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress website http://bioguide.congress.gov. 1. United States Congressional Elections 1788-1997, by Michael J. Dubin (McFarland and Company 1998) ISBN 0-7864-0283-0
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