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the quiet place communication with the quiet place will be operated via the [spacebar] keycommunication with the quiet place will be operated via your fingergently squeeze that key, nowgently touch the screen, now in order to get the most out of your experience please silence your phone, turn on your speakers and press the [f-11] key or [cmd+shift+f] on macin order to get the most out of your experience turn up the volume and rotate landscapeagain, press [spacebar] to continueagain, tap to continue seriously though, silence your phone. it's pointless otherwisedon't worry - this is *not* one of those places that scare the crap out of youdon't worry - this is *not* one of those places that scare the crap out of you welcome to the quiet placeagain, press [spacebar] to continue in the quiet place, there are no capsletters that are all big and yell at you also, there are no facebook notifications or twitter google+ foursquare email messenger etc wow have you ever noticed how many things require your attention? little

The Worlds Weirdest Book A truly unique work of fiction, ‘The Codex Seraphinianus‘ is a book that appears to be a visual encyclopedia of some unknown world or dimension. Written down in one of that worlds beautiful curving languages, the book by Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi Serafini, explains the odd inhabitants and their colorful behaviors. The book was created between 1976 and 1978 and for the low price of about $500.00 you can ponder over your own copy… then again, if you can’t afford that, check out the video at the bottom. See Also MOUNTAINS OF BOOKS BECOME MOUNTAINS Via: howtobearetronaut.com Skeleton of the Week, May 13: St. Notburga in Eben, Austria | Empire de la Mort St. Notburga is the most impressive articulated and dressed skeleton in Austria. She is the patron saint of the poor and domestic servants, and is displayed at the Chapel of St. Unlike most of the other skeletons I have profiled here recently, Notburga’s remains did not come from the Roman Catacombs. She then entered the service of a master in Eben, on the condition that her work not be allowed to interfere with her attendance of church ceremonies. A cult developed around her after her death in 1313. The book Heavenly Bodies by Paul Koudounaris, a history of skeletons taken from the Roman Catacombs, will be released Fall 2013 by Thames and Hudson.

DT Meta search engine | Mother of All Search Engines - Mamma.com Tattoo Artist Brings Dots And Lines To New Heights In Stunning Geometric Ink Designs Imagine this scene: Sharp waves stretch back for as far as you can see, eating up the horizon in a vast display of stunning movement. Like the peaks and troughs of a chaotic line graph, the seas capture jumping fish as they weave in and out of the thrashes. Careful shading separates the animal bodies as they surface, drenched in the bleeding red pigment of a sunset-flooded landscape. The description might sound like a recounting of an ancient Japanese print or a sprawling painted canvas, but the words are actually attached to artwork of a different sort. Machlev's inked masterpieces would seem at home amidst the fractal imaginings of digital artists or the mind-bending creations of the op art world. Machlev's studio goes by the name "Dots to Lines," and though it's based in Berlin, Germany, his tattoos have been shown across the web, thanks in part to his stunning Instagram account.

Scales and emotions See also a post about making chords from scales. So maybe you want to write a song or an instrumental in a particular mood or style, and you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the scales. Here’s a handy guide to the commonly used scales in Western pop, rock, jazz, blues and so on. Click each image to play the scale right in your browser with the aQWERTYon. These scales have a major third (E in the key of C), which makes them feel happy or bright. Major scale Happy; can be majestic or sentimental when slow. Mixolydian mode Bluesy, rock; can also be exotic/modal. Lydian mode Ethereal, dreamy, futuristic. Lydian dominant mode Also known as the overtone scale or acoustic scale, because it is close to the first seven pitches in the natural overtone series. Phrygian dominant mode Exotic, Middle Eastern, Jewish. Harmonic major scale Majestic, mysterious. These scales have a flat third (E-flat in the key of C), which gives them a darker and more tragic feel. Natural minor scale (Aeolian mode) Dorian mode

trivago.com - The #1 Hotel Price Comparison, Find cheap hotels Musical instrument plans for download New! 11 String Kantele This is great new addition for 2013 and adds an extra C# in the upper octave to give a full diatonic D scale, This is a versatile instrument for Strumming and picking and easy instrument to make. plans include 5 drawings in pdf format, stringing chart and notes, and pictures of completed instrument. Video on youtube of this instrument! Video here Best to Buy this in conjunction with the Kantele CD-Rom disc or Download (see below) This instrument has been undergoing a revival thanks to people like Chris Foster and Bára Grímsdóttir who have played this model all around the world. Download £15.00 US $25 / 18 euros ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Epinettes Epinettes des vosges Printed plans Please email if you purchase this as you will also be entitled to the download edition of this for free, printed and rolled plans Worldwide: £30 (USA $49 36 euros ) Paypal handles conversion Kantele plans Printed plans

Kantele Koistinen concert kantele with 38 strings Construction[edit] Small kantele[edit] Contemporary five string kanteles (2014) The oldest forms of kantele have 5 or 6 horsehair strings and a wooden body carved from one piece; more modern instruments have metal strings and often a body made from several pieces. Modern instruments with 15 or fewer strings are generally more closely modeled on traditional shapes, and form a category of instrument known as small kantele, in contrast to the modern concert kantele. Concert kantele[edit] Modern concert kantele can have up to 40 strings. Playing[edit] Music[edit] There have been strong developments for the kantele in Finland since the mid-20th century, starting with the efforts of modern players such as Martti Pokela in the 1950s and 1960s. Legendary history[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] External links[edit]

Kantele - Instruments of Antiquity What can we create for you?(Links lead to detailed pages with larger photos and more information...) Authentic: Citole: Cantigas styleWarwick style Drums: Bodhran Gusli Harps: Bardic/Lap Harps: Gut Strung Celtic Wire Strung Floor Harps: Gothic (more to come) Kantele: 5 string 5 string Piccolo 9 string Performance set Lyres: Trossingen Sutton Hoo Mosning Thorpe Bergh Apton Oberflacht Cologne Student ModelBowed Lyres: Crwth Jouhikko Psaltries: Pig Nose Cantigas style Rebecs: Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Zithers: Fretted: Epignette Scheitholt Fretless: Myrna Hammered Dulcimer Echoic: Non-authentic, but imitative of the sound of the original instrument Flutes Whistles

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