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Hora Unirii la Săliște, 2010 – 2: Euzicasa: ” Fara Transylvania Romania devine Tara Romaneasca si Moldova!”
Zeci de feciori şi fete din localitățile Mărginimii Sibiului şi din așezările de peste munţi întemeiate de mărgineni se adună în fiecare an, în data de 28 decembrie la Sălişte, la Întâlnirea cetelor de juni. După un obicei vechi de mai bine de o sută de ani, fetele şi feciorii au jucat şi au vornicit pentru ca tradiţiile moștenite de la înaintași să treacă la următoarele generaţii. La final, toată lumea(juni, domnișoarele care-i însoțesc, oficialităţi, turiști) se prinde în Hora Unirii.
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Life understands life, poetic thought by George-B
Outside my window-outside the this birdhouses
A free mockingbird mocks me…and my neighbors.
She sings continuously, day and night, night and day
about the delights of freedom,
from up the top of the telegraph pole, from up the top
of its thin throat…
O the trills, the composition, beyond reproach…
I join in sometimes, trying to imitate by whistling,
it analyses, does not recognize the bird,
but decides overtime to have a dialogue, So we converse, in a language I understand nothing….So, than how do we understand each other?
Simply put…It’s the language of life:
Life understands Life!
This Day in the Yesteryear: BOMB KILLS 85, INJURES HUNDREDS AT ARGENTINEAN JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER (1994)
At 200,000, Argentina’s Jewish community is the largest in Latin America. Sadly, during the 1990s in Buenos Aires, it became a target. In 1992, the Israeli Embassy was bombed. Two years later, the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association building was bombed, killing 85 and injuring hundreds. Argentine prosecutors have since accused the government of Iran and the Hezbollah militia of carrying out the 1994 attack, but no one has been convicted. Why was Judge Juan José Galeano removed from the case?More… Discuss
At least 25 schoolchildren in the Indian state of Biharhave died and dozens of others have been hospitalized after consuming a school-provided lunch apparently contaminated with insecticide. India’s Mid-Day Meal Scheme is the world’s largest school feeding program, providing free meals to 120 million children. Regrettably, it seems the entire incident could have been avoided if the headmistress had simply heeded the cook’s warning that something smelled funny about the food. Instead, she demanded that it be served anyway. Once news of the mass poisoning broke, the headmistress fled. It is not yet known whether the contamination was intentional. More… Discuss
- 22 children die after eating school lunch in India (sfgate.com)
- India Ink: 21 Children Die From Poisoned Lunches at Indian School (india.blogs.nytimes.com)
- Photos: At least 22 children dead after eating contaminated lunches in India (photos.denverpost.com)
- Insecticide suspected as 22 children die, many ill after free meal in Indian school (vancouverdesi.com)
- 22 Schoolchildren In India Die After Eating Contaminated Food From A Countrywide Meal Program; In Aftermath, Headmistress Of Goverment-Run School Has Gone Missing (medicaldaily.com)
Carew was an English rogue and vagabond who became a folk hero after The Life and Adventures of Bampfylde Moore Carew was published in 1745. The book portrayed him as a roaming trickster who lived off the money he made deceiving the wealthy. Carew’s ruses included claiming alms as a shipwrecked sailor, dressing as an old woman, posing as a rat-catcher, and faking smallpox. Carew claimed to have been elected “King of the Beggars” by members of what group after the death of their leader? More… Discuss
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Work: Symfoni No.2 in E-flat major, Op.40 (1871)
Orchestra: Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester
Conductor: Carl-Rune Larsson
Ludvig Norman (28 August 1831 – 28 March 1885) was a Swedish composer, conductor, pianist, and music teacher. Together with Franz Berwald and Adolf Fredrik Lindblad, he ranks among the most important Swedish symphonists of the 19th century. Continue reading
1) Introducción (Introduction)
2) Mediodía (Afternoon)
3) Danza de la molinera (Dance of the miller’s wife) (Fandango)
4) El corregidor – La molinera – Las uvas (The corregidor – The miller’s wife – the grapes)
5) Danza de los vecinos (The neighbor’s dance) (Seguidillas)
6) Danza del molinero (The miller’s dance) (Farruca)
7) Las coplas del cuco (The Cuckoo’s Song)
8) Danza del corregidor (Dance of the corregidor) (Minuet)
9) Danza final (Final dance) (Jota)
Rudolf Firkusny, piano. Ruggiero Ricci, violin. Zara Nelsova, cello. Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, Walter Susskind
Antonín Dvořák – Rondo for Cello & Orchestra in G minor, Op. 94 6’08
Le carnaval romain, ouverture pour orchestre (Roman Carnival Overture) Opus 9. Composed in 1843 and first performed at the Salle Herz, Paris on 3 February 1844. A stand-alone overture intended for concert performance, made up of material and themes from Berlioz’s opera Benvenuto Cellini, including some music from the opera’s carnival scene.
Conductor: Yoav Talmi
Orchestra: San Diego Symphony Orchestra
Paint: “New Rome, The Castle of S. Angelo”, Silvestr Shchedrin (1823).
A hidden treasure of the Classical music – Anton Reicha´s TE DEUM.
Anton Reicha (1770-1836) was Czech composer who lived in Paris and was a teacher of Berlioz, Liszt, Gounod and Franck.
Kühn Mixed choir, Pavel Kühn
Prague Symphony Orchestra, cond. Václav Smetáček
Go placidly amid the noise and the haste,
and remember what peace there may be in silence.
As far as possible, without surrender,
be on good terms with all persons.
Speak your truth quietly and clearly;
and listen to others,
even to the dull and the ignorant;
they too have their story.
Avoid loud and aggressive persons;
they are vexatious to the spirit.
If you compare yourself with others,
you may become vain or bitter,
for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself.
Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans.
Keep interested in your own career, however humble;
it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time.
Exercise caution in your business affairs,
for the world is full of trickery.
But let this not blind you to what virtue there is;
many persons strive for high ideals,
and everywhere life is full of heroism.
Be yourself. Especially do not feign affection.
Neither be cynical about love,
for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment,
it is as perennial as the grass.
Take kindly the counsel of the years,
gracefully surrendering the things of youth.
Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune.
But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings.
Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness.
Beyond a wholesome discipline,
be gentle with yourself.
You are a child of the universe
no less than the trees and the stars;
you have a right to be here.
And whether or not it is clear to you,
no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.
Therefore be at peace with God,
whatever you conceive Him to be.
And whatever your labors and aspirations,
in the noisy confusion of life,
keep peace in your soul.
With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams,
it is still a beautiful world.
Be cheerful. Strive to be happy.
Camerata de Coahuil
FISA Court Orders Release of PRISM Order
The secret court overseeing government surveillance has ordered the Obama administration to release the 2008 decision authorizing the Internet spying program PRISM. The Internet giant Yahoo had asked the FISA court for permission to disclose PRISM after Edward Snowden revealed its existence last month. Snowden has alleged that PRISM taps directly into the servers of the nation’s Internet giants to collect millions of communications in the United States and abroad. The White House has until late next month to decide which parts of the decision will be published.
A coalition of 19 groups has filed a lawsuit challenging the National Security Agency’s wholesale collection of phone records. Brought by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the lawsuit accuses the NSA of violating the groups’ right of association through the collection of metadata on all U.S. calls. It is the first legal action to directly target the NSA since its massive surveillance operations were revealed.
Republicans have dropped their blockade of a number of President Obama’s appointees in return for preservation of the Senate filibuster. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had threatened the so-called “nuclear option” of using Democrats’ Senate advantage to push through new rules ending Republicans’ ability to stall presidential picks and leave top positions unfilled. After Republicans backed down on Tuesday, the Senate immediately voted to confirm Richard Cordray as the first permanent director of the Consumer Financial Protection Board. The deal also means confirmation votes for six other nominees, including Thomas Perez for Labor Secretary and Gina McCarthy to head the Environmental Protection Agency. In return, Democrats agreed to replace two Obama picks for the National Labor Relations Board appointed during the Senate recess. The new picks are Nancy Schiffer, an attorney with the AFL-CIO, and Kent Hirozawa, the chief counsel to current NLRB chair Mark Pearce.
The United Nations continues to warn the conflict in Syria is fueling the worst refugee crisis since the Rwanda genocide. On Tuesday, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres said most of Syria’s 1.8 million refugees have fled since the beginning of the year.
António Guterres: “There are now nearly 1.8 million Syrian refugees known to UNHRC in the region. Two-thirds of them have fled Syria since the beginning of this year, an average of over 6,000 people a day. We have not seen a refugee outflow escalate at such a frightening rate since the Rwandan genocide almost 20 years ago. This crisis has been going on for much longer than anyone had feared, with unbearable humanitarian consequences.”
The official U.N. death toll for Syria’s more than two-year conflict is near 93,000.
Egypt’s interim government has sworn in its first Cabinet since the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi earlier this month. The army general who led Morsi’s removal, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, stays on as defense minister. The Cabinet also includes three women. No positions are held by members of the Muslim Brotherhood or other Islamist parties. The Muslim Brotherhood says it does not recognize the new government, calling it “illegitimate.”
Romanite Florice dragalase, iubitoare de soare si de viata!
Attacks on Christians and other religious minorities in some Muslim countries by extremists have become terribly common. These same radicals who would kill over a YouTube movie as an affront to Islam often see nothing wrong in destroying churches and killing people of other faiths. That is why this story of the destruction of a Coptic Christian church in Egypt seemed like just another outrage until I notice one detail. The priest escaped with the help of his Muslim neighbors.
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Giuliano Carmignola, Raphael Christ, Lorenza Borrani, violini
Danusha Waskiewicz, Simone Jandl, Behrang Rasseghi, viole
Mario Brunello, Enrico Bronzi, Benoît Grenet, violoncelli
Rainer Zipperling, Sabina Colonna-Preti, viole da gamba
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Mendelssohn-Piano Concerto No. 2 in d minor Op. 40
Rudolf Serkin piano-Columbia Symphony Orchestra-Eugene Ormandy- conductor-1959
Franz Benda (1709-1786)
Flute Concerto in E minor: Allegro con brio/Adagio un poco Andante/Presto.
Il Giardelino: Jan de Winne-Traverso. Ryo Terakado-Violin. Shalev Ad-El-Cembalo.
Franz Benda (Czech: František Benda; baptised 22 November 1709 – 7 March 1786) was a Bohemian violinist and composer. He was the brother of Jiří Antonín Benda, and he worked for much of his life at the court of Frederick the Great.
Benda was born in Bohemia at the town of Staré Benátky. Benda himself claimed to have been born 25 November, but baptism records show he was baptised three days earlier, on 22 November. His actual date of birth seems not to have been recorded, but it was probably no more than a day or two earlier than 22 November. Continue reading