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    How languages evolve - Alex Gendler | TED ED Vietsub | TED Talk Vietsub

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    Language Evolution

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    Speech: Terence McKenna
    Music: We Plants Are Happy Plants - Euphrosyne


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    Marcelo Montemurro: Complexity and universality of long-range word order in human language

    59:57

    Language is arguably the highest-level signal produced by the human brain, shaped by evolution to efficiently transfer complex information across different minds. While for languages that have diversified over the past few millennia traces due to common origin are beyond doubt, the question still remains of whether more distant language families still share linguistic structure. The existence and possible meanings of these distant relationships has been the subject of considerable debate in linguistics. In the talk I will discuss a novel measure of relative entropy that can quantify the degree of order of words taking into account the full correlation structure of language. When this measure is applied to text corpora of languages from diverse linguistic families an almost constant value emerges that can be interpreted as a quantitative statistical universal. Moreover, the analysis of simple models of language together with statistical evidence from real languages suggests that, during its evolution language has diversified under the constraint of keeping a precise balance between vocabulary diversity and the extent of long-range word correlations. It is also argued that the constancy of the relative entropy is probably a consequence of cognitive constraints of the human language faculty.

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    THE INFLUENCE OF CULTURE ON THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE THROUGH THE AGES

    7:46

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    How architecture helped music evolve | David Byrne

    16:31

    As his career grew, David Byrne went from playing CBGB to Carnegie Hall. He asks: Does the venue make the music? From outdoor drumming to Wagnerian operas to arena rock, he explores how context has pushed musical innovation.

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    language through time

    3:12

    This video illustrates some of the simple, passionate, fun, and... interesting ways language has altered throughout humanities existence

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    Frenglish - Growing up in two languages

    3:08

    Tomeo, 2 and a half, has a francophone mother Catherine Leclerc and an anglophone father, Stephen Kawai. He's growing up as a 'living French-English dictionary,' his parents say. (John Kenney / THE GAZETTE)

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    11 THE MOTHER OF ALL LANGUAGES

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    One of the greatest contributions from Vedic culture is the script and language of Sanskrit. Sanskrit is the language of ancient India and of Vedic philosophy and its civilization.

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    Changes - Evolution of Language

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    Changes delivers two tracks for Discover Dark that fire on all cylinders.

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    The Begiining sticks to a similar feel but with a dirty topline that mloves the track towards a suitably twisted breakdown melody and beyond.





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    1. Changes - Evolution of Language (Original Mix)
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    A Brief History of the English Language - Podbielski

    3:54

    A short video summary of major events in the history of the English language. This video was created for my CI 2300 class.

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    The history of translation

    3:24

    TAUS Video with subtitles in Brazilian Portuguese.

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    Language Fest 2017

    2:36

    Video made during the celebration of European Day of Languages

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    Languages of Europe

    14:53

    Most languages of Europe belong to the Indo-European language family. This family is divided into a number of branches, including Romance, Germanic, Baltic, Slavic, Albanian, Celtic, Armenian, Iranian, and Hellenic (Greek). The Uralic languages, which include Hungarian, Finnish, and Estonian, also have a significant presence in Europe. The Turkic and Mongolic families also have several European members, while the North Caucasian and Kartvelian families are important in the southeastern extremity of geographical Europe. The Basque language of the western Pyrenees is an isolate unrelated to any other group, while Maltese, which is descended from Sicilian Arabic, is the only Semitic language in Europe with national language status.

    1)BASQUE

    2)INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES

    A)Albanian(in Italy, Albania,Kosovo)

    B)Armenian(in Armenia, Russia)

    C)Greek( in Greece, Cyprus, Turkey)

    D)Romance Languages
    a)French(in France, Belgium)
    b)Italian( in Italy, Switzerland)
    c)Spanish( in Spain)
    d)Portuguese( in Portugal)
    e)Romanian( in Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria)

    E)Germanic Languages
    a)English(in UK)
    b)German(in Germany, Austria, Poland, Netherlands)
    c)Swedish( in Sweden, Finland)
    d)Norwegian(in Norway)
    e)Icelandic(in Iceland)
    f)Danish(Denmark)
    g)Dutch(in Netherlands, Belgium)

    F)Celtic Languages
    a)Irish( in UK, Ireland)
    b)Welsh

    G)Slavic Languages
    a)Russian( in Russia, Ukraine, Finland)
    b)Ukranian(in Ukraine)
    c)Slovak(in Slovakia)
    d)Polish(in Polonia)
    e) Czech(in Czech Republic)
    f)Bosnian(in Bosnia&Harzegovina and Turkey)
    g) Serbian(in Serbia)
    h)Croatian(in B&H, Croatia)
    i) Slovenian(in Slovenia)
    j)Bulgarian(in Bulgaria)
    k) Macedonian(in FYR. Macedonia)

    H)Baltic Languages
    a)Lithuinian(in Lithuina)
    b)Latvian( in Latvia)

    3)TURKIC LANGUAGES
    a)Crimean Tatar(in Ukraine, Russia, Turkey)
    b)Kazan Tatar( in Russia,Finland,Polonia,Lithuina,Ukraine)
    c)Turkish(in Turkey, Bulgaria,Macedonia, Greece, Bosnia, Romania,Kosovo)
    d)Gagauz(in Moldova)
    e)Chuvash(in Russia)
    f)Kazakh(in Russia, Kazakhstan)
    g)Azerbaijani( in Azerbaijan, Turkey, Georgia, Russia)

    4)URALIC LANGUAGES
    a)Finnish(in Finland,Russia,Sweden)
    b)Estonian(in Estonia,Russia)
    c)Hungarian(in Hungary,Romania)
    d)Mari(in Russia)
    e)Samoyed(in Russia)

    5)CAUCASIAN LANGUAGES
    a)Georgian
    b)Circassian
    c)Chechen

    6)SEMITIC LANGUAGES
    a)Maltese(Sicilian Arabic)

    7)MONGOLIC LANGUAGES
    a)Kalmyk(in Russia)

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    Evolution of Slang

    5:56

    GoOoO English 271 YA UR A COOL DUDE HANEY woo

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    Brief History of the English Language

    7:25

    A video I made with Powerpoint giving a crash course in the History of English. Sorry about the audio.

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    The Origins Of Language

    24:58

    The Most Powerful Words Of ManKind Are Be, it, & is
    Be - (Person,Place or Thing)
    it - (Pointing to Person,Place Or Thing)
    is - (Describing Person,Place Or Thing)

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    Learning and memorizing a new role.

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    Hey everyone! You guys ask me often for advice on learning a new role. In this video I share methods that I’ve learned over time, for studying music on my own whilst on the road, preparing it efficiently, and having it memorized for the first day of rehearsal. Last year alone I sang 5 new roles. This season I’m doing 4, one being Massenet’s MANON, a taxing role with significant musical and textual challenges. I was able to put all my methods into practice for this one, so it will be my example.

    This video is focused on musical preparation and memorizing. Of course there is a lot more that goes into role prep, like historical research, dramatic/character work, reading the book/play the opera is based on, etc. That’s a subject for another video. So I hope you can gain some tools for your own musical prep and share ideas in the comments below!

    ARC OF THE CHARACTER: 2:05
    Assessing the character’s overall presence in the opera, and their significance; locate potential challenges.

    READ THE TEXT: 2:37
    Next I read the entire piece all the way through, as if it were a play, and get the full story in my head.

    LANGUAGES: 3:10
    Being proficient in operatic languages cuts my practice time in half. Take the time and make languages a priority.

    MY BOOKMARKS: 4:49
    I organize my score with tabs to find my character’s entrances easily.

    RECORDINGS: 5:19
    Helpful to hear orchestration, ensembles, operatic traditions, and if there is a singer I admire, to know what they did as an example. But there are often mistakes, cuts, inconsistencies, and I want to keep my choices my own and not imitate another singer.

    HARD PARTS FIRST: 8:09
    I always tackle recits, ensembles, and finales first, and save the arias for last. Recits take the most drilling, and ensembles must be rehearsed carefully since you’ll be learning them alone.

    COUNT: 9:16
    This is one of the main reasons I don’t rely on recordings. The score may have a time signature that sounds nothing like what the music seems like it should be.

    ARIAS: 10:33
    Though they may be the hardest to sing, I find the arias the easiest to learn. Unless there are several, such as in a Handel part, with da capos. In that case, I tackle the arias first.

    RECORD YOURSELF: 11:13
    If there is a bit of music that I find extra tricky, I record myself on my phone singing/counting it, in key, so that I can have it for easy repeat listening later. Isolating a section of music like this helps me fill in the gaps.

    CONDUCT: 13:23
    With music that changes time signatures a lot, this is extra helpful. Remember that you’ll have to count and watch a conductor on stage. I find that putting music into my body with a gesture, like conducting, can help me memorize it faster and make fewer mistakes.

    WORK BACKWARDS: 14:08
    I often break up my music and learn it in backwards order, particularly if there is a long section. I memorize faster by always learning the next phrase!

    WRITE THE TEXT: 15:19
    As I’m getting to the point where I’ve been with the role for a few weeks and am starting to memorize, I close my score and write down my text, scene by scene, in its original language. For this, having a literal translation in my head is vital.

    SPEAK THE TEXT: 19:11
    An efficient way to get the language feeling natural is to speak the text, in rhythm or not in rhythm, both are helpful. There have been situations where I’ve been asked by a director to recite text as though I were in a play.

    CONCENTRATED PRACTICE VS. DISTRACTED PRACTICE: 20:02
    Concentrated means I do nothing but practice, without distractions, for a period of time: study, learn notes, sing, and repeat. Distracted practice means I’m practicing in my head but doing something else, such as running, doing chores, watching TV, etc. When I’m distracted I discover where the holes in my prep are, and tackle those in concentrated sessions.

    WHEN TO PRACTICE: 23:34
    I’m freshest in the morning, so that’s when I do most of my studying. I also find that if I glance through something just before bed I wake up with it strongly ingrained in my memory the next day.

    GETTING IT INTO MY VOICE: 25:20
    To keep from over-using my voice, I don’t sing through the role too early on. I like to get a mental grasp of the role before I start working it into my voice. I sing through a role after I’ve done all of the major bookwork, and I work it into my voice as the last major step in my preparation.

    EVERYTHING CHANGES: 27:38
    I can’t stress enough how much things will evolve from the time you start singing a role on your own, to the time you put it on its feet in rehearsal with your colleagues and conductor. I find that if I have built up too many habits before I get there, it’s harder to undo them once we get into rehearsals. Also the set, costumes, acoustics, staging…many things will affect your performance. So I try to be ready for anything. Prepared, but neutral!

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    Praise Of Uercingetorix

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    Praise of Uercingetorix in modern Gaulish and Ancient Gaulish.

    By Bellouesus Isarnos.

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    Language Geography FIC

    5:10

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    Language - Session 2

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    ランゲージ通算4作目のアルバム「ネクター」収録曲Session 2のレコーディング・ムービー。
    全国のCDショップ、Amazon、iTunes Store、他主要な配信サービスにて販売。

    From the 4th albumNECTAR (Out on 5th August 2015)


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    Weird Word Origins

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    Some words a really weird the more you know about them.
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    The Americans Who Still Speak with Regional British English Accents

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    Some of the accents sound similar to elements of the West Country accent as well as the old East Anglian dialect. Both accents are vanishing fast.

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    Gesture and Call- Anthropology

    4:07

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    From Hand To Mouth

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    From Hand To Mouth - MAZE TEMPLE

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    Evolution of Star Wars Music | 1977-2015

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    How did the music from Star Wars evolve? Tracks from A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, and The Force Awakens. Any I missed? What was your favorite?

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    BTS - Just Wait Till I Grow Up

    1:32

    BTS to evolve well since they were born. Thanks to this video let us look how they grew up!

    Video made by me
    I hope that you go appreciate it !

    Music :

    Thanks for watching ♥

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    When We Collide - Language

    3:36

    Song from our album FOCUS, to be released on February 3rd, 2017.

    There is 7 of us.
    We are Czech. We are Swedish. We are American.
    We are humans.
    We are based in Prague.

    And this is what happens, when we collide.
    FB:

    Lyrics: Nano
    Music: Vacek
    Recorded/Label: Studio K8

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    How Music Works : David Byrne

    6:38:58

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    The Language of Thought Hypothesis

    3:42

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    Evolution Of Meme Music 1500 - 2018... And How To Play IT!

    19:00

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    🌟Fun fact:
    Greensleeves (1500)
    Pachelbel - Canon In D (1680)
    Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (1787)
    Beethoven - Ode To Joy (1824)
    Offenbach - Orpheus in the Underworld (1858)
    Russians - Kalinka (1860)
    Wagner - Ride Of The Valkyries (1870)
    Grieg - In The Hall Of The Mountain King (1876)
    Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture (1880)
    Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra (1886)
    Joplin - Maple Leaf Rag (1916)
    Orff - O Fortuna (1937)
    Kettunen - Ievan Polkka (1930)
    Motherland - Soviet Anthem (1938)
    Benny Hill Theme (1963)
    To Be Continued (1971)
    The Trololo Song (1974)
    Boney M - Rasputin (1978)
    Toto - Africa (1984)
    Thomas The Tank Engine (1984)
    A-HA - Take On Me (1985)
    Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up (1987)
    Spooky Scary Skeletons (1996)
    X-Files Theme (1996)
    Smash Mouth - All Star (1999)
    Redhead - For The Damaged Coda (2000)
    Darude - Sandstorm (2000)
    Carlton - A Thousand Miles (2001)
    Vitas - 7th Element (2002)
    Crazy Frog - Axel F (2005)
    Mii Channel Theme (2008)
    Owl City - Fireflies (2009)
    Bag Riders - Shooting Stars (2009)
    Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks (2010)
    Nyan Cat (2011)
    We Are Number One (2014)
    Khalifa - See You Again (2015)
    Megalovania (2015)
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    Bazzi - Mine (2018)
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    ASL Video 5 | Biography / Language Background

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    The history of English language

    12:08

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    สารคดีสั้นประกอบรายวิชา Evolution เรื่อง Wonderful Life

    6:52

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    Evolve 11- English Words- Opening song

    3:26

    awesome fuckin song,, all 40 vid's on my channel

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    TMS - History of the English Language - HE 7-02-122

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    The Language of Ayurveda

    4:03

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    The Language of Ayurveda · Osho World

    The Language of Ayurveda - Background Music

    ℗ 2018 Meditation Music International

    Released on: 2018-06-06

    Composer: Giordano Trivellato
    Composer: Giuliano Sacchetto
    Music Publisher: Tobacco Music Edition (Gema)

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    GRIMMS LAW - IRIDESCENT NAKED LIGHT

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    OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR GRIMM'S LAW'S IRIDESCENT NAKED LIGHT'. ALBUM OUT MARCH 29TH ON IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD MUSIC.

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    Fire From The Gods - Public Enemy

    3:39

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    What do you see when you look at me? Am I the byproduct of tragedy? One of the many of a lost generation, born in the ruins of a broken nation. Politics are parlor tricks. Hate and fear sold in different languages. How long will it take for you to realize that we’ve had enough, and we’re over it.

    You can beat me, lie to me, disrespect me, see how long it’ll take me to break and fall apart, as if I ain’t got the heart to carry on this fight. We’ve seen the darkest nights. Damned me from the start when you label me public enemy number one. That’s alright, ‘cause I’ll take you all on.

    You can beat me, lie to me, disrespect me as far as you can see, you will never break me. Beat me, lie to me, disrespect me. Overseer, overseer, overseer. Am I not the future? Am I not the one to carry on the legacy? Why is the verdict out before you even heard me speak?

    Well, I’m not torn. You’re torn. God tell me how long we can go on like this, so unfocused on the bigger picture. United we rise, divided we die, and you’re so obsessed with our demise. The epitome of tyranny, you turned your back against me. If this is war, you can’t win it. You will never break my spirit. You can beat up on my body, but you’ll never see me break and fall apart, as if I ain’t got the heart to carry on this fight. We’ve seen the darkest nights. Damned me from the start when you label me public enemy number one.

    Hey, hey, are you listening?

    Hey, hey, can you hear me?

    It goes on and on, it goes on and on. Survival of the fittest when the hate is so strong. Unity, rebellion is the armor that I don, to combat the agenda. Brick walls for the barrier, build fear and hysteria. Drop bombs in my area. The gun is superior. This is the revolt coming live through your speaker. Can’t stop, won’t stop. You will never see us break and fall apart, as if I ain’t got the heart to carry on this fight. We’ve seen the darkest nights. Damned me from the start, when you label me public enemy number one.

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    7-Cemetery

    2:46

    Track 7 from Modality : Particle City
    House of Watts 2012

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    Sajjad Alis KE KUN KLY - Episode 10 - Riyaz/Practice

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    Enjoy the 10th episode of KE KUN KLY which talks about the importance of Riyaz/Practice (Part One) #SajjadAli #KeKunKly #Music #WebSeries #Masterclass

    Conceptualised, Written and Created by: Sajjad Ali
    Directed by: Zaw Ali
    DOP: Rizwan Sherazi & Tahseen Siddiqui
    Production Manager: Shera Shah
    A PRESENTATION BY SAJJAD ALI STUDIO - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

    Ke Kun Kly is a first-of-its-kind docu-series on music that transcends all languages and audiences in the world. Ke Kun Kly, created by Mr. Sajjad Ali, is a masterfully crafted entertaining programme that deals with musical knowledge by clearing age-old myths, taboos and misconceptions that amateur and professional musicians have been coming across for centuries. Sajjad Ali thinks it is time to transform the mind-set of the entire generation.

    Ke Kun Kly not only promises to entertain but it strives to enrich and feed the minds of amateurs and professionals alike and hopes to transform and evolve the views of the listening audience as well.

    Sajjad Ali, whose musical career spans over 40 years and has pioneered several firsts for the Pakistani music industry as a singer, composer, music producer and poet, shares his musical prowess and intellect with the endorsement of our industry’s most beloved artists from all genres.

    Special thanks to Mian Yousuf Salahuddin, Pearl Continental, Lahore
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    ALL the artists who became a part of our series:
    Abrar Ul Haq, Ali Zafar, Ali Azmat, Atif Aslam, Arif Lohar, Asrar, Bakshi Brothers, Madam Fariha Pervaiz, Ghulam Abbas Sahab, Ustad Hamid Ali Khan Sahab, Madam Humera Channa, Mujeeb Rizvi, Nabeel Shaukat, Nadeem Abbas Loonewala, Nouman Javaid, Siege, Shabana Benjamin, Ustad Shafqat Salamat Ali Khan, Shehryar, Madam Tarannum Naz and Zoe Viccaji.

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    Strange New Generation - Foreign Language

    4:59

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    Light Language Harmony Transmission of Cosmic Love.

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    Language of Light Sacred Sound Healing Harmony Activation. Connecting Heart and Mind, Activating Heart and Crown Energy Centres. Songs of Sirius. Please listen and relax whilst allowing the Diamond Light to enter into your heart.

    (Copyright 2016. RJ Raymond)

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    Signing for James Brown I Feel Good Soul Forever

    2:28

    I tuned into this prog one night on TV to see a bit of JB doing his stuff and ended up watching the girl who was signing. I recorded it then ripped it to PC, hope you like.

    When was sign language invented and by whom?

    In 1620, Juan Pablo de Bonet published the first book that taught sign language to the deaf. His writings were based on the work of an Italian physician, Girolamo Cardano, who stated that hearing words was not necessary for understanding ideas.

    History exist of a sign language existing within deaf communities in England as far back as 1570. British Sign Language has evolved, as all languages do, from these origins by modification, invention and importation. Thomas Braidwood, an Edinburgh teacher, founded 'Braidwood's Academy for the Deaf and Dumb' in 1760 which is recognised as the first school for the deaf in Britain. His pupils were the sons of the well-to-do. His early use of a form of sign language, the combined system, was the first codification of what was to become British Sign Language. Joseph Watson was trained as a teacher of the deaf under Thomas Braidwood and he eventually left in 1792 to become the headmaster of the first public school for the deaf in Britain, the London Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb in Bermondsey.

    In 1815, an American Protestant minister, Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, travelled to Europe to research teaching of the deaf. He was rebuffed by both the Braidwood schools who refused to teach him their methods. Gallaudet then travelled to Paris and learned the educational methods of the French Royal Institution for the Deaf, a combination of Old French Sign Language and the signs developed by Abbé de l’Épée. As a consequence American Sign Language today has a 60% similarity to modern French Sign Language and is almost unintelligible to users of British Sign Language.

    Until the 1940s sign language skills were passed on unofficially between deaf people often living in residential institutions. Signing was actively discouraged in schools by punishment and the emphasis in education was on forcing deaf children to learn to lip read and finger spell. From the 1970s there has been an increasing tolerance and instruction in BSL in schools. The language continues to evolve as older signs such as alms and pawnbroker have fallen out of use and new signs such as internet and laser have been coined. The evolution of the language and its changing level of acceptance means that older users tend to rely on finger spelling while younger ones make use of a wider range of signs.

    On 18 March 2003 the UK government formally recognised that BSL is a language in its own right.

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    Basic Spanish Learning Learning Foreign Languages

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    Spanish basic , easy steps to learn spanish

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    People of different tongues

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    Sajjad Alis KE KUN KLY - Episode 7 - VOCAL RANGE

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    Enjoy the seventh episode of KE KUN KLY which talks about Singer's Vocal Range' (Part Two) #SajjadAli #KeKunKly #Music #WebSeries #Masterclass

    Conceptualised, Written and Created by: Sajjad Ali
    Directed by: Zaw Ali
    DOP: Rizwan Sherazi & Tahseen Siddiqui
    Production Manager: Shera Shah
    A PRESENTATION BY SAJJAD ALI STUDIO - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

    Ke Kun Kly is a first-of-its-kind docu-series on music that transcends all languages and audiences in the world. Ke Kun Kly, created by Mr. Sajjad Ali, is a masterfully crafted entertaining programme that deals with musical knowledge by clearing age-old myths, taboos and misconceptions that amateur and professional musicians have been coming across for centuries. Sajjad Ali thinks it is time to transform the mind-set of the entire generation.

    Ke Kun Kly not only promises to entertain but it strives to enrich and feed the minds of amateurs and professionals alike and hopes to transform and evolve the views of the listening audience as well.

    Sajjad Ali, whose musical career spans over 40 years and has pioneered several firsts for the Pakistani music industry as a singer, composer, music producer and poet, shares his musical prowess and intellect with the endorsement of our industry’s most beloved artists from all genres.

    Special thanks to Mian Yousuf Salahuddin, Pearl Continental, Lahore
    &
    ALL the artists who became a part of our series:
    Abrar Ul Haq, Ali Zafar, Ali Azmat, Atif Aslam, Arif Lohar, Asrar, Bakshi Brothers, Madam Fariha Pervaiz, Ghulam Abbas Sahab, Ustad Hamid Ali Khan Sahab, Madam Humera Channa, Mujeeb Rizvi, Nabeel Shaukat, Nadeem Abbas Loonewala, Nouman Javaid, Siege, Shabana Benjamin, Ustad Shafqat Salamat Ali Khan, Shehryar, Madam Tarannum Naz and Zoe Viccaji.

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    Sajjad Alis KE KUN KLY - Episode 11 - Riyaz/Practice

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    Enjoy the 11th episode of KE KUN KLY which talks about the importance of Riyaz/Practice (Part One) #SajjadAli #KeKunKly #Music #WebSeries #Masterclass

    Conceptualised, Written and Created by: Sajjad Ali
    Directed by: Zaw Ali
    DOP: Rizwan Sherazi & Tahseen Siddiqui
    Production Manager: Shera Shah
    A PRESENTATION BY SAJJAD ALI STUDIO - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

    Ke Kun Kly is a first-of-its-kind docu-series on music that transcends all languages and audiences in the world. Ke Kun Kly, created by Mr. Sajjad Ali, is a masterfully crafted entertaining programme that deals with musical knowledge by clearing age-old myths, taboos and misconceptions that amateur and professional musicians have been coming across for centuries. Sajjad Ali thinks it is time to transform the mind-set of the entire generation.

    Ke Kun Kly not only promises to entertain but it strives to enrich and feed the minds of amateurs and professionals alike and hopes to transform and evolve the views of the listening audience as well.

    Sajjad Ali, whose musical career spans over 40 years and has pioneered several firsts for the Pakistani music industry as a singer, composer, music producer and poet, shares his musical prowess and intellect with the endorsement of our industry’s most beloved artists from all genres.

    Special thanks to Mian Yousuf Salahuddin, Pearl Continental, Lahore
    &
    ALL the artists who became a part of our series:
    Abrar Ul Haq, Ali Zafar, Ali Azmat, Atif Aslam, Arif Lohar, Asrar, Bakshi Brothers, Madam Fariha Pervaiz, Ghulam Abbas Sahab, Ustad Hamid Ali Khan Sahab, Madam Humera Channa, Mujeeb Rizvi, Nabeel Shaukat, Nadeem Abbas Loonewala, Nouman Javaid, Siege, Shabana Benjamin, Ustad Shafqat Salamat Ali Khan, Shehryar, Madam Tarannum Naz and Zoe Viccaji.

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    Sajjad Alis KE KUN KLY - Episode 5 - TONE

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    Enjoy the fifth episode of KE KUN KLY which talks about Uniqueness Of A Singer's Tone (Part Two) #SajjadAli #KeKunKly #Music #WebSeries #Masterclass

    Conceptualised, Written and Created by: Sajjad Ali
    Directed by: Zaw Ali
    DOP: Rizwan Sherazi & Tahseen Siddiqui
    Production Manager: Shera Shah
    A PRESENTATION BY SAJJAD ALI STUDIO - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

    Ke Kun Kly is a first-of-its-kind docu-series on music that transcends all languages and audiences in the world. Ke Kun Kly, created by Mr. Sajjad Ali, is a masterfully crafted entertaining programme that deals with musical knowledge by clearing age-old myths, taboos and misconceptions that amateur and professional musicians have been coming across for centuries. Sajjad Ali thinks it is time to transform the mind-set of the entire generation.

    Ke Kun Kly not only promises to entertain but it strives to enrich and feed the minds of amateurs and professionals alike and hopes to transform and evolve the views of the listening audience as well.

    Sajjad Ali, whose musical career spans over 40 years and has pioneered several firsts for the Pakistani music industry as a singer, composer, music producer and poet, shares his musical prowess and intellect with the endorsement of our industry’s most beloved artists from all genres.

    Special thanks to Mian Yousuf Salahuddin, Pearl Continental, Lahore
    &
    ALL the artists who became a part of our series:
    Abrar Ul Haq, Ali Zafar, Ali Azmat, Atif Aslam, Arif Lohar, Asrar, Bakshi Brothers, Madam Fariha Pervaiz, Ghulam Abbas Sahab, Ustad Hamid Ali Khan Sahab, Madam Humera Channa, Mujeeb Rizvi, Nabeel Shaukat, Nadeem Abbas Loonewala, Nouman Javaid, Siege, Shabana Benjamin, Ustad Shafqat Salamat Ali Khan, Shehryar, Madam Tarannum Naz and Zoe Viccaji.

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    Evolution of Game Music - 1972-2018 | ALL 41 GAMES

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    41 video game themes PLUS 3 New ones including Kingdom Hearts 2, Papers Please, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. What did I leave out? NEW: Check Part 5 HERE to find out what I added:

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    1972 Pong
    1980 Pac-Man
    1984: Tetris - Theme
    1985 Super Mario Bros.
    1986 The Legend of Zelda
    1989- Prince of Persia
    1991: Sonic the Hedgehog
    1992 Mega Man 2
    1992 - Street Fighter 2
    1992: Mortal Kombat
    1992- Kirby’s Dream Land
    1993-Doom
    1996: Pokemón
    1996 - Crash Bandicoot
    1997 Goldeneye: 007
    1998: Ocarina of Time: Zelda’s Theme
    1998-Metal Gear Solid
    1999- Super Smash Bros
    2000 Diablo 2
    2001 Final Fantasy X
    2001 Halo
    2002- Battlefield 1942
    2002- Kingdom Hearts 2
    2004 World of Warcraft
    2004: GTA - GTA San Andreas
    2005- Shadow of the Colossus
    2007 Uncharted
    2007 - Team Fortress 2
    2009: Plants vs Zombies - Brainac Maniac
    2009- Assassin’a Creed 2
    2009- Minecraft
    2009- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
    2011 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
    2011- Dark Souls- Gwyn
    2013: The Last of Us
    2013- Assassin's Creed Black Flag
    2013- Papers, Please
    2015-Undertale
    2015- Witcher 3
    2016: Overwatch
    2017 PUBG
    2017: Fortnite
    2018- God of War
    2018- Detroit: Become Human

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    ROB LANDES is an award-winning violinist who started playing the violin at 3 years in Orem, Utah. Born to a large musical family, Rob gave his first solo recital at 10 years old, performed in the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on the Disney Channel with the Disney Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, and founded a piano trio that performed actively throughout his teenage years. Rob has won first prize at numerous music competitions and has soloed with the Utah Symphony, Utah Valley Symphony, San Diego Chamber Orchestra, BYU Philharmonic, and BYU Chamber Orchestra. As a first violinist of the BYU Chamber Orchestra, Rob performed in more than twenty cities throughout central and southern Europe, and as concertmaster of the orchestra, gave a concert to a sold-out audience in New York’s Carnegie Hall. Rob was awarded full scholarships to attend Brigham Young University and Rice University where he earned a Bachelor’s in Music and Master’s in Music, respectively. While studying at Rice, Rob began covering rock and pop music, and upon returning to Salt Lake City after graduation, began playing with a looper pedal which he uses to create intricate and stunning arrangements of today and yesterday’s most popular music Rob recently won the award for Best Instrumental at the Utah Music Awards for his rendition of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah.

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    Sajjad Alis KE KUN KLY - Episode 6 - VOCAL RANGE

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    Enjoy the sixth episode of KE KUN KLY which talks about Singer's Vocal Range' (Part One) #SajjadAli #KeKunKly #Music #WebSeries #Masterclass

    Conceptualised, Written and Created by: Sajjad Ali
    Directed by: Zaw Ali
    DOP: Rizwan Sherazi & Tahseen Siddiqui
    Production Manager: Shera Shah
    A PRESENTATION BY SAJJAD ALI STUDIO - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

    Ke Kun Kly is a first-of-its-kind docu-series on music that transcends all languages and audiences in the world. Ke Kun Kly, created by Mr. Sajjad Ali, is a masterfully crafted entertaining programme that deals with musical knowledge by clearing age-old myths, taboos and misconceptions that amateur and professional musicians have been coming across for centuries. Sajjad Ali thinks it is time to transform the mind-set of the entire generation.

    Ke Kun Kly not only promises to entertain but it strives to enrich and feed the minds of amateurs and professionals alike and hopes to transform and evolve the views of the listening audience as well.

    Sajjad Ali, whose musical career spans over 40 years and has pioneered several firsts for the Pakistani music industry as a singer, composer, music producer and poet, shares his musical prowess and intellect with the endorsement of our industry’s most beloved artists from all genres.

    Special thanks to Mian Yousuf Salahuddin, Pearl Continental, Lahore
    &
    ALL the artists who became a part of our series:
    Abrar Ul Haq, Ali Zafar, Ali Azmat, Atif Aslam, Arif Lohar, Asrar, Bakshi Brothers, Madam Fariha Pervaiz, Ghulam Abbas Sahab, Ustad Hamid Ali Khan Sahab, Madam Humera Channa, Mujeeb Rizvi, Nabeel Shaukat, Nadeem Abbas Loonewala, Nouman Javaid, Siege, Shabana Benjamin, Ustad Shafqat Salamat Ali Khan, Shehryar, Madam Tarannum Naz and Zoe Viccaji.

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