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Born Pierre Culliford, Belgian comics artist Peyo is known for creating Les Schtroumpfs, better known to English speakers as The Smurfs. The little, blue characters debuted in a supporting role in Peyo’s series Johan and Peewit and then began appearing on their own in 1959. Smurf merchandise, particularly figurines, along with animated films and television shows, helped their popularity soar, and the Smurfs became an international phenomenon. How did Peyo get his pseudonym? More…Discuss
Born to a noble Venetian family, Elena Cornaro Piscopia became the first woman to be awarded a doctorate in philosophy. A child prodigy, Piscopia went on to complete a brilliant course of study at the University of Padua. During her graduation ceremony, she spoke in classical Latin for an hour, explaining passages from Aristotle. She spent the next several years devoted to study and charity before dying of tuberculosis at age 38. How many languages did she master before receiving her doctorate? More… Discuss
Viennese Percussionist Martin Breinschmid with his version of the “Typewriter” Live at the BASF concert hall Ludwigshafen, Germany 2008, Strauß Festival Orchestra Vienna
00:00 1.Two of Us
03:38 2.Dig a Pony
07:31 3.Across the Universe
11:19 4.I Me Mine
13:47 5.Dig It
14:36 6.Let It Be
18:38 7.Maggie Mae
19:19 8.I’ve Got a Feeling
22:56 9.One After 909
25:50 10.The Long and Winding Road
29:32 11.For You Blue
32:01 12.Get Back
Friendship, poetic thought by George-B
Our friendship is still as pure as dew
after the rain washed
The water dripping from the hundreds of thousands of years old,
Like the water now free of salts,
descending slowly from the largest stalactite in the world,
Our friendship, is pure – a purity so rare in the known world,
From the box set: The Beatles In Mono (2009 Remastered)
01. 00:00 “Magical Mystery Tour“
02. 02:52 “The Fool On the Hill“
03. 05:52 “Flying”
04. 08:10 “Blue Jay Way“
05. 12:05 “Your Mother Should Know”
06. 14:36 “I Am the Walrus“
07. 19:12 “Hello, Goodbye“
08. 22:44 “Strawberry Fields Forever“
09. 26:54 “Penny Lane“
10. 29:57 “Baby, You’re a Rich Man“
11. 33:06 “All You Need Is Love”
Yellow Submarine Songtrack by the Beatles released on September 13, 1999
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7. Think for Yourself 16:37
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11. Only a Northern Song 26:44
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13. When I’m Sixty-Four 33:55
14. Nowhere Man 36:35
15. It’s All Too Much 39:17
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra‘s music director Bramwell Tovey does double duty as conductor and narrator in this delightfully entertaining performance. It’s the final work on a program that introduces listeners young and old to the various instruments and sections of the orchestra. Also featured are popular favourites from Star Wars, the Nutcracker Suite and Pictures at an Exhibition.
Maxim Valkov conducts The St-Petersburg State Capella Orchestra.
Nikolay Mazhara, piano.
Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
On the Town: Three Dance Episodes:
I. The Great Lover
II. Lonely Town (Pas de deux)
III. Times Square: 1944
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Barcarolle in F# Op.60, Frederic Chopin
David and Igor Oistrakh are soloists, and Sir Eugene Goossens leads the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London, in this 1961 performance of Bach’s Concerto for two violins, strings and continuo in D minor, BWV 1043. George Malcolm plays the harpsichord.
From the LP you see above, issued in 1962 on the DG label, serial number 138 820. Jacket is at 5:08; label is at 13:04. Images of Bach and excerpts from the score (1:45, 12:09, 16:14) are interspersed throughout. Images from the reverse side of the LP jacket begin at16:40.
You can hear this father/son duo in a performance of this same work, recorded in 1957 with Rudolf Barshai conducting, here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceHVl0…
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Georg Egger, Andreas Schmidt, Violin. Jacoba Muckel, Violincello. Franz Lehrndorfer, Organ. Südwestdeutsches Kammerorchester, conducted by Günther Wich
Mozart‘s Clarinet concerto in A major, K. 622 was written in 1791 for the clarinetist Anton Stadler. It consists of the usual three movements, in a fast–slow–fast form:
The concerto was given its premiere by Stadler in Prague on October 16, 1791. Reception of his performance was generally positive. The Berlin Musikalisches Wochenblatt noted in January 1792, “Herr Stadeler, a clarinettist from Vienna. A man of great talent and recognised as such at court… His playing is brilliant and bears witness to his assurance.” There was some disagreement on the value of Stadler’s extension; some even faulted Mozart for writing for the extended instrument.
Robert Marcellus;George Szell;The Cleveland Orchestra
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart‘s Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, K. 581, was written in 1789 for the clarinetist Anton Stadler. A clarinet quintet is a work for one clarinet and a string quartet (two violins, a viola and a cello). Although originally written for basset clarinet, it is almost always played on a clarinet in A or B-flat. It was Mozart’s only completed clarinet quintet, and is one of the earliest and best-known works written especially for the instrument. It remains exceptionally popular today due to its lyrical melodies, with the second movement the best known. A fragment of score exists for a second (though possibly written first) clarinet quintet in B-flat, of which a complete exposition survives. It is possible that Mozart completed the movement, as the score continues into the development section on the last surviving page. This fragment is unlikely to be a sketch, as it bears no marks of correction. Nevertheless, the A major quintet is Mozart’s sole surviving complete work for clarinet quintet.
The composer indicated that the work was finished on 29 September 1789. This quintet is sometimes referred to as the Stadler Quintet; Mozart so described it in a letter of April 1790. It consists of four movements:
1. Allegro, 4/4
2. Larghetto, 3/4 in D major
3. Menuetto — Trio I — Trio II, 3/4 (Trio I in A minor)
4. Allegretto con Variazioni, 2/2
There are a number of similarities between this quintet and Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto. Both are in the same key of A major and were written for the same soloist, Anton Stadler. Both pieces are written for the basset clarinet which has an extended lower range. Also, the first theme of the first movement of each piece begins with a falling minor third. Both the second movements are in the same key (D major) and have similar characters, although they have different tempo markings. There is a direct quotation of two bars in the clarinet line in the second movement of the Concerto of that in the Quintet.
Mozart also wrote a trio for clarinet, viola and piano for Stadler, the so-called Kegelstatt Trio, in 1786.
Alfred Einstein (Mozart: His Character and Work, page 194) notes that while the clarinet “predominates as primus inter pares” (first amongst equals) this is nonetheless “chamber music work of the finest kind” and the roles are distributed more equally than they would be in a more concertante quintet for wind and strings.
Along with his Clarinet Concerto, Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet is considered one of Pope Benedict XVI’s favorite works of music. The Quintet was famously used in “Goodbye, Farewell and Amen“, the final episode of the television series M*A*S*H. A subplot of the episode has one of the main characters, Major Charles Winchester, teaching the piece to a group of Chinese prisoners of war.
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Rezervaţia naturală Dumbrava Vadului, cunoscută sub numele de Poiana Narciselor aparţine de comuna Şercaia – satul Vad, aflat la 60 de kilometri distanţă de Braşov. Rezervaţia se întinde pe o suprafaţă de 400 de hectare.
În luna mai, în apropierea sărbătorii Sfinţilor Constantin şi Elena, rezervaţia prinde viaţă datorită narciselor înflorite. Tot în jurul acestei date are loc şi Sărbătoarea Narciselor, festival de etnologie şi folclor.
Narcisele înflorite pot avea o densitate de până la 150 de fire pe metrul pătrat, ocupând aproximativ 300 de hectare. În afară de narcise, în rezervaţia mai pot fi admiraţi şi irişii înfloriţi.
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Cybercriminals design malware to exploit vulnerable systems without user interaction being required – on the one hand, and craft attacks that take advantage of unaware (untrained) computer users, in which user interaction is required – on the other hand.
The second part, of this two part attack approach, can only be defeated if the computer user is aware of current Internet threats. So, knowledge and experience, are critical ingredients in the never ending and escalating battle against cybercriminals.
In order to defeat attacks which rely on exploiting vulnerable systems, the preferred method to do so is – the implementation of a layered security approach. Employing layered security should (I emphasize should), lead to the swift detection of malware, before any damage occurs on the targeted system.
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Given existing technology, no single security application is capable of providing adequate computer system protection. Gaps exist in protection…
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Haiku: Pagoda, poetic thought by George-B
The curved wooden roofs
Resembling calm ocean waves
Gently kiss the skies.
AKB48: “Regardless of cultural identity…Talent is talent, in all cultures, and AKB48 is an exceptionally talented group of pop singers!”
AKB48 (read “A.K.B. Forty-eight”) is a Japanese idol girl group. As of June 2013, the group has 90 members. The girls range in age from early teens to mid-20s. Produced by Yasushi Akimoto, it is one of the highest-earning musical acts in the world, with 2011 record sales of over US$200 million in Japan. It has achieved such popularity in Japan that it has been characterized as a social phenomenon.
As of January 2013, the group’s seventeen latest singles topped the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart. In 2010, “Beginner” and “Heavy Rotation” placed, respectively, first and second in the list of Japan’s best selling singles for the year. In 2011 and 2012 AKB48’s singles occupied the top five spots of the Oricon Yearly Singles Chart. The band has sold over 20 million CDs, and holds the record for most singles sold in Japan by a female group.
AKB48 is named after Akihabara (Akiba for short), the area in Tokyo where the group’s theater is located. The idea of AKB48’s producer Yasushi Akimoto was to create a girl group that, unlike a regular pop group, which gives occasional concerts and that is mostly seen on TV, would have its own theater and perform there on a daily basis; the fans would always be able to go and see the girls live. AKB48 still performs at the theater daily, with tickets distributed by lottery. Akimoto has also expanded the AKB48 concept to severalsister groups throughout Asia.
|Origin||Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan|
You, Be Cool!/King (Japan)
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|Members||Team A details
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|Past members||Former members|
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