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Puttin On The Dog. Dream a Lotta Dreams. His early musical experiences occurred in the informal context of local music-making in his native city. Infollowing the award of the Mendelsohn Scholarship, he went to Amsterdam to study with Ton de Leeuw, and the following year a further scholarship allowed him to pursue his studies with Klaus Huber at the Basel Conservatoire.
During this early period, his work began to attract attention, being awarded prizes in three successive years at the Gaudeamus Composers' Competition In the same year, the performance of several of his works at the Royan Festival established Ferneyhough as one of the most brilliant and controversial figures of a new generation of composers.
By then, Ferneyhough had discovered a parallel vocation as a teacher of composition. Thanks to Klaus Huber's enduring support, he was appointed onto the teaching staff of the Freiburger Musikhochschule inremaining there until Bonsall Professor in Music.
Alongside these permanent appointments, he has been associated with the most prestigious teaching institutions and international summer schools for contemporary music. The fruits of the more formal lectures have appeared, alongside interviews and texts that have their origins in more personally motivated analyses and stock-takings, in his Collected Writings Harwood Academic Press, Goldsmiths College, University of London awarded him an honorary doctorate in In he was made Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.
Most recently, he has been awarded the Ernst von Siemens Music Prize for A BBC Total Immersion event was dedicated to the composer inand his 70th birthday in has given rise to a number of celebrations.
Ferneyhough's output is remarkable as much for its rigorous reflection on the nature and deployment of musical material as for the diversity of its influences and references: She can control the temperature of her hair in order for it to be hot enough to use as an attack or cool enough to wear hats and can even control if it looks like fire or real hair.
Like some other ghosts, her eyes are green. Her clothing is attractive and appealing in nature, consisting of a black choker around her neck, a black one-shouldered tank-top exposing her midriff, one long glove that covers most of her right arm, and one black bracelet on her left arm.
She also wears a pair of what appear to be leather pants with a silver belt and skull boots. Ember is a seductive, hard-rocking ghost teen with disrespect towards any kind of authority figure. She obviously has a great amount of pride in her singing abilities, as she wanted revenge on Dark Danny in "The Ultimate Enemy" for ruining her vocal cords.
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She also has somewhat of a childish personality whilst frequently shouting 's phrases such as "dipstick". However, she doesn't seem to be easily offended as she usually ignores Danny when he drives insults towards her.
She shares her hatred of adult authority with Youngblood, and she is distressed when things don't go the way she wants " Fanning the Flames ".
She is not above revenge. In all the episodes she was featured as a villain, she has tried to hurt Danny or anyone else who defeated or annoyed her in any way. She also can get really low in her schemes when it comes to world conquest as she has used her music to control people, whether it's only mind control or changing one's emotions. This shows that she can be selfish, which is also displayed when she wanted all men gone because of a fight with her boyfriend Skulker and abandoning Youngblood after burning his ship's sail. Despite being a dangerous enemy, she's not insane or murderous like some other ghosts in the series.
In fact, she could be considered nothing more than an influential teenager with her own "little" desires. Little is known about her human life.
Although as mentioned previously she was an unpopular teenager who wished to be a rock star, some have used the lyrics of her song "Remember" to theorize that she might have committed suicide by self cremation, making her somewhat of a tragic villainess.
However, this is unclear. Her life could have been around the 's or 80's because of her use of that time's slang and plans to start a youth revolution a fairly common occurrence during those decades in her first appearance. As stated before, Ember's mind is filled up with revolutionary thoughts. In every episode she is featured as a villain, her plans are always related to some sort of revolution. This is also evidenced by her hatred of authority, especially adults. She will team up with other ghosts Youngblood, Kitty, Spectra, etc and hypnotize a large amount of humans in order to put her rebellious plans into action.
However, even though she always has ideas of this type in every episode that has her as a main antagonist, she is always extreme and desires to enslave others, ironically ending up as an authoritarian herself. Ember sees him as her main enemy, no doubt due to the many defeats he has dealt her. Therefore, she will do whatever she can to stop him from ruining her schemes - preferably permanently.