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

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  • How architecture helped music evolve | David Byrne

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    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

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

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  • Evolution of the Disney Princess - Evynne Hollens

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    I am grateful to those who reached out to share their thoughts about the cultural appropriation present in the stories of many of these Disney Princesses. I realize I am someone who grew up steeped in these culturally appropriative stories. Even though my intent would never be to disrespect any culture, I see how I can allow my voice to contribute to racism or to anti-racism. I do not want to erase the work people have done to educate me on this issue, but I do want my voice to contribute to anti-racism. In that interest, the proceeds from this video will now go to support Black Lives Matter [Global], The Bail Project, CURB Prison Spending, The Loveland Foundation, The Okra Project, and The Southern Poverty Law Center.








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  • Language Challenge

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  • Frenglish - Growing up in two languages

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    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)

  • Learning a Language Will Change your Life for Good | Christopher McCormick | TEDxPhnomPenh

    16:39

    As the head of language research, training and testing for EF Education First -- the world's largest language school -- Dr. Christopher McCormick oversees the instructional design and delivery of EF's language programs. His work focuses on online language learning, educational mobile applications, and digital media for accelerated language learning. His language abilities span English, Spanish and Russian, amongst others. Dr. McCormick holds a B.A. with honors in French and Russian from Tulane University, and a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin.


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  • Imagine Dragons - Birds

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    LYRICS

    Two hearts
    One valve,
    Pumping the blood, we were the flood, we were the body and
    Two lives
    One life
    Sticking it out, letting you down, making it right

    Seasons they will change, life will make you grow, dreams will make you cry, cry, cry
    Everything is temporary, everything will slide, love will never die, die, die

    I know that birds fly in different directions
    I hope to see you again

    Sunsets,
    Sunrises,
    Living the dream, watching the leaves, changing the seasons
    Some nights
    I think of you
    Reliving the past, wishing it’d last, wishing and dreaming
    Seasons they will change, life will make you grow, death can make you hard, hard, hard
    Everything is temporary, everything will slide, love will never die, die, die

    I know that birds fly in different directions
    I hope to see you again
    Birds fly in different directions
    So fly high, so fly high

    When the moon is looking down
    Shining light upon your ground
    I’m flying up to let you see
    That the shadow cast is me

    I know that birds fly in different directions
    I hope to see you again
    Birds fly in different directions
    So fly high, so fly high
    So fly high, so fly high
    So fly high, so fly high

    Music video by Imagine Dragons performing Birds (Animated Video). © 2019 KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records

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  • Languages of Europe

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    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)

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

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    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.

  • The Americans Who Still Speak with Regional 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.

  • Let It Go in Germanic Languages

    3:40

  • TEDxSSN - Yodhakaa - Contemporary Indian Music

    20:32

    Yodhakaa is a contemporary Indian music band that evolved around the idea of finding a bridge between the traditional and contemporary. Their music is a collage of all the inspirations and influences they have encountered in their journey as artists. They hope to evolve, embrace more cultures, languages and people, because they don't want to remain a bunch of musicians forever. They want to make noise; they want their voices to be heard... because they have so many things to say, so many messages to send.

    Yodhakaa was founded by ‘Darbuka’ Siva in 2005 with a pretty simple idea of covering songs by various world music artists from different corners of the world and arranging it with an Indian twist. Pradeep and Susha joined a couple of years later, bringing a strong Indian classical influence into the band, and took Yodhakaa in quite a different direction. The band was performing often, with a constantly changing line-up of musicians, but managed to carve a niche for their left- of- centre approach.

    Though they were doing shows and travelling, they were still on a constant search for a sound that meant more than doing covers, or randomly putting together ideas and hoping it will work. Luckily for them the search ended in January 2009, when they found something, not surprisingly far from our own heritage to carry forward their ideas, through ancient Sanskrit ‘slokams’, dug out from manuscripts and texts, each one towering in significance and value. This made Yodhakaa’s sound what it is today.

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  • Guess The Language Challenge Part 1

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    In this video, some of the Eurovision Hub team play the 'Guess The Language Challenge (Eurovision Edition)'. The rules are simple, they will listen to a few #Eurovision songs and have to guess the language..sounds easy right? Watch the video and see how they get on. Feel free to play along in the comment section.

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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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  • Arijit Singh Evolution

    32:05

    Like this video if you really loved these songs.

    Arijit Singh is an Indian musician, singer, composer, music producer, recordist and a music programmer. He predominantly sings in Hindi and Bengali, but has also lent his voice to various other Indian languages. His voice attracted so many people the he become one of the best singers of all time in the bollywood music industry.
    This list consists of his greatest hits since 2011.
    Many of his songs got nominated as well as awarded in many award shows.
    Arijit Singh has received four Mirchi Music Awards, three Filmfare Awards, a Stardust Award, an IIFA Award, two Zee Cine Awards and two Screen Awards. He received nine awards from ten nominations for the song Tum Hi Ho from 2013 film Aashiqui 2. He also won the prestigious (IIFA) award in the category of The Best Male Singer for the song Tum Hi Ho in 2014.

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  • The Origin of Jazz

    23:24

    In this video, Brian Jump explores jazz music's inception. He covers its stylistic antecedents, details about society's role in its development, and the unusual characteristic that mark its sound.

    This presentation was written and produced by Brian Jump for a class at Central State University called Music Appreciation.

    Check out the quiz below!

    Topic:

    The definition of jazz and the history of its inception

    Point:

    Jazz is an American invention and represents the marriage of African and European musical systems

    Learning Objectives:

    Once you've read the lecture and taken the quiz, students will be able to

    Describe the precursors to jazz
    Name several musicians who were important to jazz history
    Retell the origin story of jazz
    Describe the nature of jazz music
    Due Date

    Introduction:
    Jazz came about through the marriage of African and European musical systems. It arose at the turn of the last century in the city of New Orleans and represents America’s principal contribution to the arts. This lecture summarizes the musical and historical events that lead to the emergence of jazz.

    In this video, Brian Jump explores jazz music's inception. He covers its stylistic antecedents, details about society's role in its development, and the unusual characteristic that mark its sound.

    This presentation was written and produced by Brian Jump for a class at Central State University called In this video, Brian Jump explores jazz music's inception. He covers its stylistic antecedents, details about society's role in its development, and the unusual characteristic that mark its sound.

    This presentation was written and produced by Brian Jump for a class at Central State University called Music Appreciation.

    Check out the quiz below!

    Topic:
    The definition of jazz and the history of its inception

    Point:
    Jazz is an American invention and represents the marriage of African and European musical systems

    Learning Outcomes:
    Once you've watched this video, you should be able to
    •Describe the precursors to jazz
    •Name several musicians who were important to jazz history
    •Retell the origin story of jazz
    •Describe the nature of jazz music

    Introduction:
    Jazz came about through the marriage of African and European musical systems. It arose at the turn of the last century in the city of New Orleans and represents America’s principal contribution to the arts. This lecture summarizes the musical and historical events that lead to the emergence of jazz.

    Quiz:
    Question 1
    According to musicologists James Lincoln Collier, what three characteristics are hallmarks of jazz music?
    •Smooth, melodious, and personal timbre; favors the major scale; uses straight time
    •Unusual, shrill, and personal timbre; favors the blues scale; employs significant amounts of syncopation
    •Bright, shrill, and anonymous timbre; favors the bluegrass scale; employs some syncopation
    •Unusual, shrill, and personal timbre; uses the minor mode; employs significant syncopation

    Question 2
    Music that has simultaneous, un-congruent drum beats is said to be_____________________.
    •Tilted
    •Multifaceted
    •Polytonal
    •Polyrhythmic

    Question 3
    Which instrument allowed West-African people to communicate long distances
    •Talking drum
    •Trumpet
    •Djembe
    •Kora

    Question 4
    What was the purpose of work songs?
    •To keep time while shucking corn, hoeing fields, or rowing boats
    •To communicate with other slaves in distant fields
    •To transmit coded messages
    •To celebrate religious feelings

    Question 5
    •What are the primary antecedents to jazz?
    •spirituals, minstrel songs, and sea shanties
    •African-American folk traditions, ragtime, and brass bands
    •European-Americana folk songs, African-American instrumentation, and brass quintets
    •Ragtime, work songs, and wind ensembles

    Question 6
    Where did jazz originate?
    •Africa
    •The Caribbean
    •New Orleans
    •New York City

    Question 7
    •Who is widely regarded to be the first jazz musician?
    •Buddy Bolden
    •Jelly Roll Morton
    •W.C. Handy
    •Ma Rainey

    Question 8
    What is the peculiar rhythmic characteristic of ragtime music?
    •It has straight-eights instead of swung-eights
    •It has heavy, near-ubiquitous syncopation
    •It is always in the minor mode
    •It uses the blues scale sparingly

    Question 9
    Jazz is a product of African and Caribbean music traditions
    •True
    •False

    Question 10
    A field holler is a kind of religious ritual.
    •True
    •False

  • 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.

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  • Astronomy Cast Ep. 543: Weird Issues: The Habitable Zone

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    Join Fraser Cain and Pamela Gay for a live episode of Astronomy Cast. We'll record our 30-minute show, and then stay tuned for them to answer questions!

    Our series on Universe weirdness marches on. This week we take a look at the habitable zone, and how things aren't as simple as we thought.

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  • Human Language No plausible alternative to Natural Selection SD

    59:34

    Nancy Darral explains how human language shows bears no evidence of evolutionary development and points clearly to humans being a a unique creation.

  • History of the English Language: The Historical Study of Language

    30:23

  • 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
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  • Noa Noa Film #1 Língua

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    Noa Noa Film #1 Língua* Teaser
    Directed, filmed and edited by: Filipe Faria

    Project: Língua*, vol.1
    Web:
    Music: Meu amor me deu um lenço [excerpt]
    (Trad. Portugal)

    Filipe Faria, voice
    Tiago Matias, colascione

    About project Língua*
    All language changes with time. Languages evolve and adapt themselves to the innovative use of their communities, their habits and idiosyncrasies. Language cannot be understood as a changeless and settled entity, drawn during Time and drawn by it. On the contrary, it is the result of huge dynamics, in the way a community or Humanity itself would do... slowly but relentlessly.
    Língua* is the title of the new project dedicated to the collective memory defined by the different Iberian cultures and languages, a plaid of sounds beyond the river Ebro resulting in the Portuguese, Castilian, Mirandese, Galician, Asturian, Basque or Catalan languages. This project goes from the most common to the most distinctive aspects in the History of the Iberian Culture. It explores the geographic, cultural and conceptual frontiers of tradition and ancestrally, along with contemporary and intercultural concepts.
    Translation: Tiago Cassola Marques/Diana Gonsalves

    * Língua = Language/Tongue

    NEW CD winter 2013/2014

  • 1. Q&A Series I, 1: Extended Techniques

    21:58

    Q&A Series I, 1: Extended Techniques: July 18: Q: How does learning other styles help your playing ability? In what ways can using extended techniques in modern flute music help our playing overall? [Topics covered: Flute Languages; Mindsets; Artistic Liberation; Collaboration; Jump in!; Pedagogy, Programming, Working with Composers, and more!] Sponsored by Altus Flutes USA / Altus Flutes
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  • Harvard Lecture #3: ‘Cultural Diplomacy And The Voice of Freedom’

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  • Philosophers and the birth of National Socialism - meeting with Professor Stephen Hicks

    2:30:26

    Meeting with Professor Stephen Hicks at the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk - Philosophers and the birth of National Socialism.

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    47:31

    This session will highlight the activities begun by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education program office at NIST to update the NICE Framework. At the November NICE Conference, a request for comments was issued to gather input on potential improvements to the NICE Framework, a national-focused standard that categorizes and describes cybersecurity work published. Input was also gathered up until January 13th on awareness, applications, and uses of the NICE Framework. This session will explore some of that RFC input and will also tee up the public, transparent, and consensus based processes that NIST will use to develop an update to the NICE Framework helping it to grow to be the resource and standard that best supports our nation’s workforce, training, and education needs.

    Bill Newhouse, Deputy Director, National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Program Office, Senior Security Engineer, National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, NIST representative to Federal Cybersecurity Research & Development Interagency Groups

  • Language Evolution

    1:12

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


    'Songs About The Unspeakable'
    the new album by We Plants Are Happy Plants
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  • How Language Changes - Talk and Book Recommendations

    16:07

    This is a brief talk about some changes in the different levels of language as well as the attitudes that language evolution causes.

  • 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.

  • Changes - Evolution of Language

    4:32

    Download & Stream



    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.





    Tracklisting
    1. Changes - Evolution of Language (Original Mix)
    2. Changes - The Beginning (Original Mix)

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  • Noa Noa Film #2 Língua

    2:03

    Noa Noa Film #2 Língua* Teaser
    Directed, filmed and edited by: Filipe Faria

    Project: Língua*, vol.1
    Web:
    Music: Negra sombra [excerpt]
    by Rosalía de Castro (183-1885)/Xoán Montés Capón (1840-1899)

    Filipe Faria, voice/whistle and framedrum
    Tiago Matias, vihuela and voice

    About project Língua*
    All language changes with time. Languages evolve and adapt themselves to the innovative use of their communities, their habits and idiosyncrasies. Language cannot be understood as a changeless and settled entity, drawn during Time and drawn by it. On the contrary, it is the result of huge dynamics, in the way a community or Humanity itself would do... slowly but relentlessly.
    Língua* is the title of the new project dedicated to the collective memory defined by the different Iberian cultures and languages, a plaid of sounds beyond the river Ebro resulting in the Portuguese, Castilian, Mirandese, Galician, Asturian, Basque or Catalan languages. This project goes from the most common to the most distinctive aspects in the History of the Iberian Culture. It explores the geographic, cultural and conceptual frontiers of tradition and ancestrally, along with contemporary and intercultural concepts.
    Translation: Tiago Cassola Marques/Diana Gonsalves

    * Língua = Language/Tongue

    NEW CD winter 2013/2014

  • How One Man Escaped Death to Invent the Saxophone

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    Adolphe Sax will forever be remembered as the inventor of the saxophone. But his indelible mark on the music world almost never came to be. Amazingly, Sax escaped death not one, not two, but SEVEN times before he went on to change the history of music.

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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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    The Unscripted Series

  • Jaime Reis: Omniscience is a collective part IV - Vasco Fazendeiro

    4:34

    Omniscience is a Collective - Part IV
    for vibraphone, cymbal (20’’) and condenser cardiod microphone, and triangle
    dedicated to Nuno Aroso

    Program Notes
    This is the 4th part of Omniscience is a Collective.
    This piece uses recordings of voices from ASEFUAN members (a group of young leaders from 43 Asia- Europe Meeting countries that graduated in on the ASEF University Programmes), recorded in the woods of Solvalla, Finland (2009) and Mount Fuji, Japan (2010), using more than 15 different languages, expressing concerns on world problems. The main idea of the concept of the piece is that Omniscience is a state that can only be achieved by the Collective of Humanity and that to solve world characteristics that inhibit World Harmony, all Humanity must dialogue, create and share knowledge. The use of different languages has both musical and conceptual meanings. The musical developments evolve both in the use of multiple languages, their phonetic idiosyncrasies and the musical textures in the instruments. This creates textures and semantic levels that can only be understood by the audience as a communicant group that dialogues and reflect among the different meanings, elements and development.

    Musician:

    Vasco Fazendeiro
    Performed in Estágio de Aperfeiçoamento Interpretativo (Festival DME)
    July 2019
    @Lisboa Incomum

  • The Girl Who Spoke in the Language of Trees

    5:41

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    The Girl Who Spoke in the Language of Trees · Løv

    The Girl Who Spoke in the Language of Trees

    ℗ 2013 Løv

    Released on: 2013-05-10

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    38:52

    A new year and a new decade for water.
    For more than three decades, the Wyland Foundation has taken an active role in raising awareness about the effort to protect our ocean, lakes, rivers, streams and wetlands, with numerous programs and initiatives. In the next ten years, 2015-2025, the foundation will introduce a new initiative, the Wyland World Water Pledge, that will focus on the many ways people can act locally to support the health of marine based eco-systems around the world.
    We believe sustainability starts right here, right now. In the years to come, the Wyland World Water Pledge will evolve with the changing issues that affect the world’s water supply and the health of water systems. The program will welcome new partners, from the smallest grassroots organizations to strategic alliances with organizations such as the United Nations Environmental Program, and people of every race and creed to promote the protection and restoration of global watersheds, improve water quality, and work toward the efficient and innovative use of water.
    Ongoing efforts will include educational activities and lessons in multiple languages for young people around the world to learn more about marine debris, pollution runoff, and the way people use water – from the food we grow to the things we buy. We’ll be taking part in international events, such as World Environment Day, and sharing the latest information from experts around the world about the water issues and ways we can all work together for the big picture.
    We encourage you to join us on this journey at

  • evolutionary linguistics

    5:14

    Robyn Driedger-Klassen, soprano
    Rachel Iwaasa, pianist

    Music by Cameron Catalano
    Text by Winston Le

    World Premiere Performance
    July 6, 2019
    Pyatt Hall, Vancouver, BC

  • Evolve

    9:16

    Provided to YouTube by TuneCore

    Evolve · Sean Ruane · Phil Bulleyment

    Evolve

    ℗ 2015 TrumpBoy Creative Ltd

    Released on: 2015-04-15

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    52

    Starting in the month of August, 2014 every Thursday new video of short stories told by Martin Cohen, about the creation of Latin Percussion.

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  • 相声 普通话与方言

    9:15

  • King Most - Introduction

    1:30

    The French Evolution available on Bandcamp:


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    26:13

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    HÛN DIBÊJIN ÇI (SİZ NE DİYORSUNUZ) FRAGMANA BEŞA 1

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  • DAILY IMPROVE: ULTIMATE SPEED EXERCISE ON BASS - BEGINNER LEVEL @RobsonBaroli

    7:17

    Hello bros, how are you doing?

    This is the first video of a new series called DAILY IMPROVE. In this series I want to show you the exercises that helped (and still helps) me with my daily basis technique and some of my approaches to become a better bass player.

    I couldn't start with a different exercise. This is the exercises that I started doing back on the days and I do everyday since. Chromaticism is the primary thought on music and all genres makes use of it so for me this is the FIRST and ULTIMATE exercise and the one that we all should have great control over. Have consciousness over the chromatic approach will provide you consciouness to your 4 fretboard fingers, building a solid foundation for your pizzicato technique making possible to you improve your bass playing in several languages, genres and finger styles.

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    TIME STAMPS

    Guide 0:54
    70bpm 1:38
    80bpm 3:40
    90bpm 5:27

    INTERMEDIARY LEVEL if you can:


    I'll upload the Advanced levels this week, ok?

    Any question or wanna hang out and talk bass go here:


    Have you a happy study!

  • Language of Memory

    4:25

    Provided to YouTube by TuneCore

    Language of Memory · This Will Destroy You

    S / T (10th Anniversary Edition)

    ℗ 2018 Dark Operative

    Released on: 2018-06-12

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Evolution of Technology

    2:50

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    Evolution of Technology · Ricky Bennett

    We Are All Machines

    ℗ Ricky Bennett

    Released on: 2015-01-18

    Artist: Ricky Bennett

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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