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Maria Callas: Casta diva (1958)

Maria Callas: Casta diva (1958)

Church music Church music is music written for performance in church, or any musical setting of ecclesiastical liturgy, or music set to words expressing propositions of a sacred nature, such as a hymn. History[edit] Early Christian music[edit] Christianity began as a small, persecuted Jewish sect. Later, there is a reference in Pliny who writes to the emperor Trajan (61–113) asking for advice about how to prosecute the Christians in Bithynia, and describing their practice of gathering before sunrise and repeating antiphonally 'a hymn to Christ, as to God'. Gregorian chant[edit] The IntroitGaudeamus omnes, scripted in square notation in the 14th—15th century Graduale Aboense, honours Henry, patron saint of Finland Gregorian chant is the main tradition of Western plainchant, a form of monophonic liturgical chant of Western Christianity that accompanied the celebration of Mass and other ritual services. In its long history Gregorian Chant has been subjected to many gradual changes and some reforms.

Paroles You Know I'm No Good 12 Most Memorable Examples of Environmental Art A new 2014 calendar, curated by Aleta Florentin of Amber Lotus Publishing, brings some of the best examples of environmental art all together in one place. This inspiring genre of art beautifully incorporates its natural surroundings in a way that's surprising and oftentimes meaningful. Whether these environmental artists are rearranging natural materials found on a site, like branches and rocks, while leaving no detrimental effect, or are reimagining a landscape by introducing unexpected materials, their overarching goal is the same. They aim to create art that helps improve our relationship with and understanding of the natural world. For instance, in Lives of Grass by Mathilde Roussel, a work that features two grass covered figurative sculptures, Roussel explores the cyclic metamorphosis that transforms organic matter – whether vegetable, animal or human. Now, courtesy of Amber Lotus Publishing, here is what you can expect to find inside the 2014 Environmental Art Calendar.

Religious music David playing his harp (unknown artist, c. 960). The book of Psalms, included in the Jewish and Christian scriptures, and said to have been written largely by David, is one of the earliest collections of sacred music, and still plays a role in the liturgies of the two religions. Religious music (also sacred music) is music performed or composed for religious use or through religious influence. Christian music[edit] The earliest music in the Christian Church came from Jewish worship music. Hindu music[edit] Hindu music is music created for or influenced by Hinduism. Sikh music[edit] Jewish music[edit] The earliest synagogal music was based on the same system as that in the Temple in Jerusalem. Islamic music[edit] Rastafarian music[edit] Shintō music[edit] Shintō music (神楽) is ceremonial music for Shinto (神道) which is the native religion of Japan. Buddhist music[edit] Buddhist music is music for Buddhist ceremony or meditation. Zoroastrian music[edit] See also[edit] References[edit]

untitled Adagio for Strings History[edit] Barber's Adagio for Strings began as the second movement of his String Quartet, Op. 11, composed in 1936 while he was spending a summer in Europe with his partner Gian Carlo Menotti, an Italian composer who was a fellow student at the Curtis Institute of Music.[2] The inspiration came from Virgil's Georgics. In the quartet the Adagio follows a violently contrasting first movement (Molto allegro e appassionato) and is succeeded by music which opens with a brief reprise of the music from the first movement (marked Molto allegro (come prima) – Presto).[3] In January 1938 Barber sent an orchestrated version of the Adagio for Strings to Arturo Toscanini. The conductor returned the score without comment, which annoyed Barber. Toscanini took Adagio for Strings on tour to South America and Europe, the first performances of the work on both continents. Composition[edit] Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings is a short instrumental piece for orchestra. Critical reception[edit] G.

Zo haal je een botnet uit de lucht Dennis Andriesse (27) was nog masterstudent aan de Vrije Universiteit (VU) toen hij het opnam tegen het Gameover ZeuS-botnet. Uiteindelijk leidde de aanval, in combinatie met onderzoek van onder andere securitybedrijf Fox-IT en de FBI, tot het einde van deze beruchte malware, die volgens een schatting van de FBI meer dan honderd miljoen dollar schade heeft veroorzaakt. Ik sprak Andriesse onlangs in zijn werkkamer aan de VU. 1. Hoe ben je erbij gekomen om Gameover ZeuS te gaan bestrijden? 'Met peer-to-peerbotnets kon dat niet meer. Hoe heb je dit aangepakt? Hoe kom je aan een sample van Gameover ZeuS? 'De fout konden we misbruiken door met heel veel bots contact op te nemen en te zeggen dat we een bekende bot waren met een ander IP-adres. Hoe gaat dat, reverse engineeren? 'Daarnaast moest ik inzicht krijgen in de functies die de malware gebruikte, zoals functies die gebruikt worden om data over het internet te sturen en te ontvangen. Wat gebeurde er toen? 2. Hoe kan dat? 3. En toen? 4.

Samuel Barber (1910-1981) Biography[edit] Early years[edit] Childhood home of Samuel Barber in West Chester, Pennsylvania Barber was born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, the son of Marguerite McLeod (née Beatty) and Samuel Le Roy Barber.[2] He was born into a comfortable, educated, social, and distinguished American family. At a very early age, Barber became profoundly interested in music, and it was apparent that he had great musical talent and ability. Dear Mother: I have written this to tell you my worrying secret. Barber attempted to write his first opera, entitled The Rose Tree, at the age of 10. Middle years[edit] Barber served in the Army Air Corps in World War II, where he was commissioned to write his Second Symphony, a work he later suppressed. Later years[edit] Barber died of cancer in 1981 in New York City at the age of 70. Achievements and awards[edit] Barber was initiated, as a full collegiate member, into the Zeta Iota chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity at Howard University in 1952.

Sla je PVV-oom om de oren met deze zeven feiten over de vluchtelingencrisis Het is weer die tijd van het jaar: tijd voor kerstdiner met je racistische PVV-oom. Sla hem om de oren met deze zeven feiten over de vluchtelingencrisis. Mythe: Nederland wordt overspoeld met vluchtelingen Feit: er zitten op dit moment 49.565 vluchtelingen in de opvang in Nederland. Mythe: ze komen helemaal niet uit Syrië Feit: de helft van de vluchtelingen komt uit Syrië. Eritrea is niet zo bekend als Syrië, maar daar heerst een van de meest nare dictaturen in de wereld, vergelijkbaar met Noord-Korea. Wie niet weet waarom mensen uit Irak en Afghanistan vluchten, moet onder die steen vandaan komen waar hij de afgelopen 10 jaar gezeten heeft. Het is op basis van de gegevens van het COA niet te zeggen uit welke landen de vluchtelingen komen die teruggestuurd worden. Mythe: Iedereen is ertegen dat er meer vluchtelingen komen Feit: Het overgrote deel van de Nederlanders vindt het prima als er een asielzoekerscentrum in de buurt komt. Mythe: Er moet meer aan opvang in de regio gedaan worden.

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