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

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  • Language Evolution

    1:12

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


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

    7:46

  • Changes - Evolution of Language

    4:32

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    Release Date : 2015-10-05
    Changes delivers two tracks for Discover Dark that fire on all cylinders.

    Evolution of Language kicks like a mule with a driving bassline, clever vocal samples and stabs and a haunting melody.

    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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  • How architecture helped music evolve | David Byrne

    16:32

    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.

    TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the Sixth Sense wearable tech, and Lost producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at

  • 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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  • How Europeans Evolved White Skin

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    How Europeans Evolved White Skin · T.I.M.E Audio

    T.I.M.E Audio Origins of Man

    ℗ 2018 Cyberreality Media LLC under exclusive license to CdA Music Group Inc.

    Released on: 2018-06-22

    Producer: George McLeod

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Romance Languages by Joseph Livingstone.

    3:35

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    From the acclaimed Joseph Livingstone debut album `The Futility Room`, the piece `The Romance Languages`.

  • Would it be better if we all spoke the same language?

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    Do you think it would be better if we all spoke the same language? More and more people speak more than one language in their everyday lives, but it might be confusing... Find out more at

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  • Language Geography FIC

    5:10

  • 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)

  • ASL Video 5 | Biography / Language Background

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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)

  • language through time

    3:12

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

  • 11 THE MOTHER OF ALL LANGUAGES

    5:03

    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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  • Evolve 11- English Words- Opening song

    3:26

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

  • The Language of Thought Hypothesis

    3:42

  • How Music Works : David Byrne

    6:38:58

  • ferdinand de saussure

    3:04

  • Basic Spanish Learning Learning Foreign Languages

    4:29

    Spanish basic , easy steps to learn spanish

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  • The Americans Who Still Speak with Regional British English Accents

    3:56

    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.

  • PODCAST 2 - How a school transformed by changing its language

    26:13

    This week we meet Jenn Knussen, Headteacher of Pitteuchar East Primary School in Fife, Scotland. She tells us the story of how she and her staff transformed their school, merely by changing their language. The phrase 'challenging behaviour' was replaced by 'distressed behaviour'. We explore why language changes are so powerful. They can also be unsettling — a response we discuss whilst exploring whether it is appropriate for teachers to say that they 'love' their pupils.

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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

  • Are Language and Music Similar

    2:46

    Language is an excellent tool we possess. It is the most difficult and complex skill or ability we learn during our life. As language and music share a big territory in out brain, there are many ways how we can link music with language and benefit a lot through that.

    Music and language both share: rhythm, phrase, structure, intonation, pitch, body motion, message, volume, articulation. They both need imagination and decisions.

    More stuff here:

  • What Did Starship Ever Do To You?

    5:55

    Critics who don't understand the virtues of Commercial Appeal tend to be curmudgeons and are only devoted to the kind of music that they think you ought to like.

  • Syntax Why

    3:45

    Matt Bradley, Dave Knight, Ronnie Mayer

  • XMA13 BEST LANGUAGE PURITY

    1:22

    XMA13 BEST LANGUAGE PURITY NOMINEES ARE... THIS IS A NEW CATEGORY INTRODUCED IN 2015.

  • 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.

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

    11:23

    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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    Here is the complete list of games:

    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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    Despacito
    Thunderstruck
    Shape of You
    7 Nation Army:

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  • Anime Medley | Piano

    16:58

    Anime Piano Medley

    Anime Medley 2 :


    Kakenukeru anime song medley(100 anime song medley):


    Anime Medley 3 :


    Anime/Song List:
    - 00:05 Nichijou (Hyadain no Kakakata Kataomoi C)
    - 00:20 Fullmetal Alchemist (Uso)
    - 00:44 Shingeki no Kyojin (Guren no Yumiya)
    - 01:04 Haiyore! Nyaruko-san W (Koi wa Chaos no Shimobenari)
    - 01:19 Haiyore! Nyaruko-san (Taiyou Iwaku Moeyo Chaos)
    - 01:28 To Aru no Railgun (Only My Railgun)
    - 02:07 Naruto (Go!!)
    - 02:36 Nisemonogatari (Platinum Disco)
    - 03:06 Neon Genesis Evangelion (A Cruel Angel's Thesis)
    - 03:21 Detective Conan Main Theme
    - 03:39 Spice and Wolf (Tabi no Tochuu)
    - 04:34 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (Otouto Mitai na Sonzai)
    - 05:18 Fullmetal Alchemist (Rain)
    - 05:42 Guilty Crown (My Dearest)
    - 06:30 No Game No Life (This Game)
    - 06:44 Code Geass (Colors)
    - 06:58 Fairy Tail Main Theme
    - 07:54 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (God Knows)
    - 08:46 Gakkou Gurashi (Friend Shitai)
    - 09:31 Sakura Trick (Won Chu Kiss Me)
    - 10:01 One Piece (We Are)
    - 10:13 akb0048 (Niji no Ressha)
    - 10:48 Noragami (Kyouran Hey Kids!!)
    - 11:35 Tokyo Ghoul (Unravel)
    - 12:45 Shokugeki no Soma (Spice)
    - 13:21 Sword Art Online (Swordland)
    - 14:41 Mirai Nikki (Kuusou Mesorogiwi)
    - 15:01 Parasyte (Let Me Hear)
    - 15:23 Pokemon (Gotta Catch em All)
    - 16:17 Love Live (Snow Halation)

    Arranger and Transcriber:
    - Kylelandry :
    - Animenz :
    - TehIshter: :
    - Kuroto2000:
    - Marasy8 :
    - Kakimuki2011:
    - KellsPiano:
    - KimPianime:
    - Pianonime:
    - AtinPiano :
    - Ishotihadus:
    - Tonyumuso:

    Synthesia:

    Thanks for Watching

  • Maps of Eurovision Part 2: Languages 2000-2019

    1:50

    Hi there!
    Welcome to the secondvideo of the series ''Maps of Eurovision''.
    In this video you can see which countries have qualified in the period 2013-2018. Enjoy! ♫





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  • How Do We Translate Expressions

    15:44

  • 1 BeBopDeluxe Electrical language Drastic Plastic 1978

    4:45

    I had this idea in my head to make a video with this classic and alternate between a ProjectM visualization, and some fractals. I wrote this visualization *specifically* for this song, and I think it works well. For the various parts of the vid I used alternately, OpenShot and Kdenlive, the final was rendered in OpenShot (I actually made another in Kdenlive, but the timing was slightly off, so I went with this one). It took me like umpteen tries to get it right, still not perfect, but not horrible either, I tried rendering the fractals the right way IE doing an image sequence of .png's, but it was too jumpy, so I ended up just doing a screen capture with Simple-screen-recorder, and called it a day. The fractals were made in XaoS and are from the Mandelbrot set, using random colour profiles and about 1200 iterations. Again, not perfect, but not embarrassingly bad, so here it is.

    The usual copyright BS applies, that is, I don't own them and they're held by their respective owners, no infringement is intended. Making this was purely for my personal entertainment, if anyone else enjoys it, well, cool.....

    A CC in the comments on what you think (assuming anyone sees this) would be appreciated, especially if you can offer constructive criticism that helps me get better at making these, just try not to be a dick hah.

  • The history of English language

    12:08

  • Dada Venduza: Little Bits Music Video

    3:15

    A music video based on the 'language re-appropriation' a scene from the film 'Dada Venduza', the avant-garde dadaism comedy by Jay Schwartz & Dada Bloq Productions.

    The music video is not just a lampoon of dadaist Hugo Ball and his 'sound poetry' titled 'Karanwane' (1916), but also a tribute to his ideas with regard to poetic license and the producers' views on freedom of expression.

    Produced and mixed by Jay L. Schwartz (ASCAP). From the 'Dada Venduza Official Soundztrack', available online at CDBaby.com

    Watch 'Dada Venduza' online:

    Download the 'Dada Venduza Official Soundztrack' from CDBaby.com:

  • From Hand To Mouth

    8:05

    From Hand To Mouth - MAZE TEMPLE

  • Media Language

    1:40

    Connor and Aaron

  • Evolve

    3:39

    Provided to YouTube by Syntax Creative

    Evolve · Final Surrender

    Empty Graves

    ℗ 2013 © Rottweiler Records. All Rights Reservered. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by Chrematizo Label Group

    Released on: 2013-05-11

    Main Artist: Final Surrender

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  • Let It Go Perhalox subtitles

    3:39

    Hey guys, thanks for watching.

    The subtitles you're seeing here are from a language project I am working on, dubbed Perhalox. I started this project mainly to give myself a better insight in linguistics.
    After making a good start, I told myself you can't call your language a language until you can use it to translate Let It Go. So yeah!

    Are you a fan of constructed languages or languages in general? Please have a look at my project, which you can find over here:
    And in case you want the subtitle file with my language for some reason:

    The subtitles were also carefully timed by me, while not entirely flawless. Feel free to use this English template to your own content:

    Right here you can have a look at the lyrics, in case you didn't manage to catch them all on screen:
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    Snasam anstakto fisdupnis voninton mustemnes.
    Nejoxnifak kesleds.
    Rakalroknes entrolid, a paninak bitakmo rakala.

    Saxras varxrasakto isosnis, dinignis mafuras motin.
    Nekratakmo motin, nostaktos pertrasakmo.

    Nekastaktos tin, nejoxnifaktos.
    Bitakso sagonis antrofita musitakjo kastem bitak.
    Akipak, nesenkak, nekastaktos nostak.
    Oxh, nuntem nostaktos!

    Kastak to, kastak to.
    Nekratakmo to motin pijas.
    Kastak to, kastak to.
    Kastak a naklesak pa tfor.

    Nekarakmo kaj prefokalaktos.
    Kastak mafuras bitakuj!
    Glesim nejenoxakto mo hodnok.

    Bitakto parlok ligoj prax, kastlid paninakto palnis.
    A monas pertem mefalnis fofs, nekestaktos modin pijas.

    Bitakto tem prosoxak kaj posmakmo, trasak monas orjases a feltjosakmo.
    Ne sagon, ne malar, nehepakmo porjoses!
    Bitakmo neporjos!

    Kastak to, kastak to.
    Bitakmo en saxrasam a fusmaxam.
    Kastak to, kastak to.
    Nejoxnifakjos senkafakmo.

    Porok kespositakmo a porok prejstafakmo.
    Kastak mafuras bitakuj!

    Monas fitras dinigak saxdun sesmaxtin.
    Monas antroled dinigakto glesamnis delts kasmax.
    A en tafas snilidakto isos glesamnis sirif.
    Nepersmaxak.
    Pertem bitakto pertemtin!

    Kastak to, kastak to.
    A prefurasakmo isos anstfu.
    Kastak to, kastak to.
    Pa talosnis antrofita nebitakso porok pijas.

    Porok kespositakmo.
    Anstemnes anstin.
    Kastak mafuras bitakuj.
    Glesim nejenoxakto mo hodnok.

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    And a bonus for the people who told me it looked somewhat like Greek :P
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    Σνασαμ ανστακτο φισδουπνις φονιντον μουστεμνες.
    Νεηοχνιφακ κεσλεδς.
    Ρακαλροκνες εντρολιδ, α πανινακ βιτακμο ρακαλα.

    Σαχρας φαρχρασακτο ισοσνις, δινιγνις μαφθρας μοτιν.
    Νεκρατακμο μοτιν, νοστακτος βιτακμο ρακαλα.

    Νεκαστακτος τιν, νεηοχνιφακτος.
    Βιτακσο σαγονις αντροφιτα μιστακηο καστεμ βιτακ.
    Ακιπακ, νεσενκακ, νεκαστακτος νοστακ.
    Οχ, νουντεμ νοστακτος!

    Καστακ το, καστακ το.
    Νεκρατακμο το μοτιν πιηας.ο.
    Καστακ το, κοστακ το.
    Καστακ α νακλεσακ πα τφορ.

    Νεκαρακμο καξ πρεφοκαλακτος.
    Καστακ μαφουρας βιτακουη.
    Γλεσιμ νεηενοχακτο μο χοδνοκ.

    Βιτακτο παρλοκ λιγοη πραχ, καστλιδ πανινακτο παλνις.
    Α μονας περτεμ μεφαλνις φοφς, νεκαστακτοσ μοδιν πιηας.

    Βιτακτο τεμ προσοχακ καη ποσμακμ, τρασακ μονας ορηασες α φελτηοσακμο.
    Νε σαγον, νε μαλαρ, νεχεπακμο πορηοσες!
    Βιτακμο πορηος!

    Καστακ το, καστακ το.
    Βιτακμο εν σαχρασαμ α φουσμαχαμ.
    Καστακ το, καστακ το.
    Νεηοχνιφακηος σενκαφακμο.

    Ποροκ κεσποσιτακμο α ποροκ πρεησταφακμο.
    Καστακ μαφουρας βιτακουη!

    Μονας φιτρας δινιγακ σαχδουν σεσμαχτιν.
    Μονασ αντρολεδ δινιγακτο γλεσαμνις δελτς κασμαχ.
    Α εν ταφας σνιλιδακτο ισος γλεσαμνις σιριφ.

    Νεπερσμαχακ.
    Περτεμ βιτακτο περτεμτιν.

    Καστακ το, καστακ το.
    Α πρεφουρασακμο ισος ανστφου.
    Καστακ το, καστακ το.
    Πα ταλοσνις αντροφιτα νεβιτακσο ποροκ πιηας.

  • Language - Session 2

    5:04

    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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    e-onkyo music:
    ototoy:
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  • Charles Limb: Building the musical muscle

    16:00

    Charles Limb performs cochlear implantation, a surgery that treats hearing loss and can restore the ability to hear speech. But as a musician too, Limb thinks about what the implants lack: They don't let you fully experience music yet. (There's a hair-raising example.) At TEDMED, Limb reviews the state of the art and the way forward.

    TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the Sixth Sense wearable tech, and Lost producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at

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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
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    ALL the artists who became a part of our series:
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    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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    Enjoy the Eighth episode of KE KUN KLY which talks about selecting the right Style & Genre (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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    I decided to create a hard trance track with some acid elements in it.
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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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