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  • Top 10 Classical Music Composers


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  • Top 10 Most Populated Country in Asia


    #most #populated #countries #of #Asia

    The most populated country in Asia

    From past to future
    #Asia #tour

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  • История России за 3 минуты / Animated map of Russia


    История России от Киевской Руси до Российской Федерации.

    History of Russia mapped from Kievan Rus' to Russian Federation.

  • World Population through the Ages in visual form


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  • Best parts of Monoun


  • Historical anthem of Spain ประวัติศาสตร์เพลงชาติสเปน


    (1:10 - 3:00 Republic of Spain 1873–1874) I do apologize for my mistake. I will mind more and do thorough review next time.

    Monarchy of Spain 1516–1700 / ราชาธิปไตยสเปน
    Kingdom of Spain 1700–1810 / ราชอาณาจักรสเปน
    Kingdom of Spain 1808–1813 / ราชอาณาจักรสเปน
    Kingdom of Spain 1810–1873 / ราชอาณาจักรสเปน
    Republic of Spain 1873–1874 / สาธารณรัฐสเปน
    Kingdom of Spain 1874–1931 / ราชอาณาจักรสเปน
    Spanish Republic 1931–1939 / สาธารณรัฐสเปน
    Spanish State 1936–1975 / รัฐสเปน
    Kingdom of Spain / ราชอาณาจักรสเปน
    ขอขอบคุณ / Thank you
    Rafael Florent
    Anthems Therapy
    Ian Berwick

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  • British Patriotic Song: Rule Britannia!


    Rule Britannia! - British Patriotic Song

    Britannia was the original name given by the Romans to the province that comprised what is now England and Wales (neighboring Ireland was known as Hibernia, Scotland was Caledonia, Germany was Germania, Brittany was Armorica and France was just plain Gaul). After the Romans left, the name gradually fell into disuse, but later, in the days of the Empire, it came to represent the spirit of Britain, herself.
    Since 1672, Britannia has been anthropomorphised into a woman wearing a helmet, and carrying a shield and trident. It is a symbol that blends the concepts of empire, militarism and economics.

    The poem Rule Britannia by James Thomson (1700-48) was put to music by Thomas Augustine Arne (around 1740) and is sung as an unofficial national anthem.

  • Spanish Classical Music | 17th Century Music From The Spanish Territories


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    Composers: Antonio de Cabezón, Andrea Falconieri, Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde, Bernardo Storace, Francesco Corbetta, Gaspar Sanz, Girolamo Montesardo, Santiago de Murcia
    Artists: Cordevento, Erik Bosgraaf (recorders), Izhar Elias (baroque guitars), Alessandro Pianu (harpsichord & organ)

    This collection draws directly from the works of Italian and Spanish guitarists Girolamo Montesardo, Carlo Calvi, Gaspar Sanz, Santiago de Murcia and Francesco Corbetta, keyboard players Antonio de Cabezón, Bernardo Storace, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck and Pieter de Vois, and authors of solo and chamber music for a variety of other instruments, Andrea Falconieri, Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde and Jacob van Eyck.

    Emblem and ambassador of Spanish culture, it is the guitar that threads the story together, intrinsically intertwined with the Spanish fondness for variation sets on harmonic grounds. Spain’s imperial history explains the wide geographical variety of composers, though even the Dutch Sweelinck seeks to bring local colour to his sober Low Countries aesthetic in his Pavana Hispanica. Elsewhere there are variations on the perennially popular ‘La Follia’, jolly Correntes and tarantellas, and more sinuous diferencias and intabulations of love-songs. They are all performed by a trio of young and talented musicians who bring great rhythmic vitality and a freshly imaginative approach to this inventive act of reconstruction.

    00:00:00 Corriente dicha la Cuella
    01:03:16 La Suave Melodia, y su corrente
    00:04:00 Il Rosso, brando
    00:04:50 Sinfonia a due
    00:07:24 Tarantelas
    00:10:53 Canzon terza
    00:16:22 Pavane de Spanje
    00:17:57 Pavana hispanica
    00:20:30 Corrente dicha l’Avellina
    00:21:27 Il Spiritillo, brando
    00:22:26 Alemana dicha Villega
    00:24:35 Follie in
    00:27:26 La Monarcha
    00:31:23 Follia
    00:35:42 Corrente
    00:36:44 Repicavan
    00:38:49 Canzon seconda
    00:41:50 Diferencias sobre la pavana italiana
    00:45:06 La Esfachata de Nápoles
    00:45:53 La Cavalleria de Nápoles, con dos clarines
    00:48:38 La Benedetta
    00:50:46 La Prudenza, corrente
    00:51:58 Corriente dicha la Mota, echa para D. Pedro dela Mota
    00:53:00 Brando dicho el Melo
    00:54:18 Pavaniglia

  • The Americans Who Still Speak with Regional British English Accents


    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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  • Disney Princesses in their Native Languages


    More translations for description and subtitles are very welcome!

    Rediscover Disney princesses (plus extras) in their native language, time and place of origin!

    Intro video made by @Felicia Goldfire
    Intro song: Kingdom Dance (Tangled) -

    Special thanks to all people that helped gathering information for this video, including @TheSchwerelos and @charguigou with their own videos on the subject:
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    Read more about the info in the video in the comment section!

    Characters’ voice actors:
    Nala – Wendy Molefe(?)
    Megara – Ευρυδίκη Θεοκλέους | Evridíki Theokléous
    Moana – @Sabrina Laughlin (Tahitian) & @Jaedyn Randell (Māori)
    Mulan – 叶蓓 | Yè Bēi
    Jasmine – نهله الملواني | Nahla Al Malawani
    Merida – Peigi Barker (& Emma Thompson as Elinor)
    Aurora – Danielle Licari (1981 redub)
    Esmeralda – Claudia Benamou
    Pocahontas – Judy Kuhn
    Snow White – Alexandra Wilcke (1994 redub)
    Belle – Bénédicte Lécroart
    Ariel – Άννα Ρόσση | Ánna Róssi (1998 redub)
    Rapunzel – Pia Allgaier
    Anna – May Kristin Kaspersen
    Elsa – @Lisa Stokke
    Cinderella – Dominique Poulain (1991 redub)
    Tiana – Anika Noni Rose
    Anastasia – Мария Кац | Mariya Katz

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  • Why this Kolaveri Di? goes Dutch


    The Gyas rowing team from Groningen, Netherlands pays tribute to the Indian song, Why this Kolaveri di? by Anirudh Ravichander & Dhanush. And yes we originally did this for the same song. Hope you guys like it.

  • Revolution Countryhumans MAP Parts 19 & 20



    Note: This video is not to offend anyone or anything,this is for fun and enterntainment only!

    AAAAAAAA Finally i am backkk i really miss uploading videos;3;
    Hiya everyone!
    Long time no see xD As you can see i made a map part for cosmotii and koskot owl, it did turned out nice ;3; I got a bit tired for making a an animation memes so am gonna take a lil break and do other stuff instead also am still trying to find a perfect artstyle for countryhumans where currently i'm struggling in ;_; This is kinda my first time to draw past countries
    So yeh, that's all what i want to say i guess.
    Join MAP if yo want ^^

    Characters (Countries) used in this video:

    United Kingdom (UK)

    13 Colonies (America)


    See ya folks

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  • Los 10 Paises Mas Poblados Del Mundo 2015-2016 , Mas Habitantes



  • Beethoven


    Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 in F major;
    Antonio Joli (1700 -1777) was an Italian painter.
    This video is edited by Hsien-Chung Wu.

  • Matt Redman B.M.G. era 1890s-1910s


    UPDATE: See my visit to the Miner Museum of Vintage, Exotic and Just Plain Unusual Musical Instruments in California to try out rare, early 1900s plucked stringed instruments; spontaneously and authentically reproducing music and styles from the era!


    Proficient on the banjo, mandolin, guitar, piano, double-bass, lute, bouzouki and accordion, multi-instrumentalist Matt Redman is known for his arranging as well as his performances on the radio, TV, blockbuster films and in palaces, festivals, concert halls and theatres. As an orchestrator he has worked for the Philharmonia at Abbey Road, and as a composer was commissioned to write a Dickens setting for the Royal Opera House Jette Parker Young Artists Programme. His stylistic versatility is such that he has been heard on BBC Radio 1, 2, 3 and 4.

    Matt is classically trained and a jazz performance graduate, and his skills in improvisation, music theory and stylistic analysis come to the fore in the research and performance of Edwardian popular music. He was drawn to this neglected field whilst exploring early forms of jazz and becoming enthralled by the music that came before it. Doing justice to this music is a challenge he relishes, by rigorously reproducing a banjo arrangement from 1890 or by improvising long passages of energetic ragtime in the same concert. His work in this field has been recognised by BBC Radio 3 Record Review, the American Record Guide, Ian Rosenblatt and Dame Emma Kirkby. Matt’s most recent high-profile achievement was arranging, directing and performing the music for a scene set in 1910 in the Fox Searchlight film 'Tolkien'.

    Matt has looked through hundreds of pieces of old sheet music, listened to countless hours of 78 r.p.m. records and wax cylinders, and studied musicians’ magazines and trade journals at the British Library and Library of Congress to uncover a multi-layered world where styles from all over the globe come together. Today you will hear selections from: intricate ragtime and cakewalk, exotic chorinho, sensual tango, tin pan alley, operetta, waltzes, marches, Matt’s own pastiche compositions and energetic “jass” jostle for room as new instruments appear and are played. Matt brings these instruments to his performances to demonstrate how their sounds were originally used by those who worked in BMG ensembles, theatre and dance orchestras, string bands, Vaudeville and music hall touring acts, and early recording studios.

    In addition to his other musical collaborations, which span the medieval to the present-day avant-garde, Matt leads the Versatility Serenaders, an Edwardian band which comprises threxe multi-instrumentalists, and mezzo-soprano Patricia Hammond.

    Matt also arranged and directed the album “Songs of the Great War” for Patricia, showcasing several different instrumental configurations and perspectives from the time of WW1. Together, Matt and Patricia have performed at centennial commemorations at Verdun, the Somme, Passchendaele and the German House of Parliament in Berlin, at which latter concert Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron were present.

    Matt is featured in recordings for Sony, Universal, and also Vulcan Records, a specialist label which produces wax cylinders, in his own composition for guitar, “La Carnauba Waltz”.

    * “BMG” stands for “Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar” and was an abbreviation in common use in the USA and the British Empire between 1890 and 1930 amongst those musicians who sought to promote these “plectral instruments” as cultivated and respectable, on a par with the classical violin or piano. Matt has visited Boston, Chicago, Southern California, Nashville, Amsterdam and Paris to explore antique BMG instruments and the places associated with the key historical figures of this movement.

  • ONE HOUR Of Kingdom of Sweden-Norway


    One hour of the best Swedish military marches during the United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway.

    1. Du Gamla du Fria (00:07)
    2. Svenska armens paradmarsch (01:40)
    3. Under blågul fana (02:42)
    4. Dragonerna komma (06:08)
    5. Södermanlands regementes marsch (09:06)
    6. I gevär I 19 (11:48)
    7. Göta Livgarde I2 Marsch (15:15)
    8. Smålands artilleriregementes marsch (17:17)
    9. Upplands regementes marsch (20:01)
    10. Västerbottens regementes marsch (22:10)
    11. Kungl. Hälsinge regementes marsch (24:25)
    13. Norra Smålands regementes marsch (26:51)
    14. Göta signalbataljons marsch (28:55)
    15. Takt Ton Marsch (32:01)
    16. Det Rörliga Kustartilleriets Marsch (34:32)
    17. Karlskrona Orlogsskolors Marsch (37:31)
    18. Flottans Defileringsmarch (40:22)
    19. Gardeskamrater Marsch (42:50)
    20. Björneborgarnas Marsch (44:56)
    21. Norrlandsfärger (48:25)
    22. Svea Livgardes Marsch (50:50)
    23. Livregementets husarer (53:40)
    24. Karl Johan beordrar oss bröder (56:44)
    25. Hör oss Svea (59:53)

  • Kalinka but its NOT Russian


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    Can you make this… not Russian? What an odd question. But if you ask, we may just oblige! Everyone that’s been around this channel for more than 3 minutes knows how big a deal Russian songs are for us - or making songs Russian. But what about the opposite? What would a Russian song sound like if we made it NOT Russian? Listen to this decidedly UN-Russian piano arrangement of Kalinka by Ivan Rebroff, arranged by the very talented Rafał Bienias!

    This piano arrangement of Kalinka but it's not Russian is fantastic to play! You can learn it with our Synthesia piano tutorial, or from our official Sheet Music Boss sheet music at the top of the description!

    Arranged by Rafał Bienias
    Edited by Samuel Dickenson
    Description by Joshua Anderson
    Produced by Andrew Wrangell & Samuel Dickenson

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  • S4: Bethlehem | E2: Harvesting the Worlds Oldest Olive Tree


    Did you know that the World's Oldest Olive Tree is located in Palestine? Al- Bawadi Tree has been recorded to inhabit some of the most historic acres of soil in the village of Al-Walaja within the Bethlehem district of Palestine. It is believed to be over 4,000 years old according to the Palestinian Ministry of Agriculture, as well as experts alike. The tree is approximately 12 meters (39 feet) in height, 25 meters (82 feet) in diameter and is compared to that of 10 average-sized olive trees put together. Luckily, we were able to join the owner of the tree, Abu Eisa, and his beautiful children to harvest the tree. He was so hospitable to treat us to a delicious breakfast underneath the shade of the tree whilst sharing stories of his community that stood together to protect this tree from being uprooted.

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  • Gal Kar Koi Peen Pilawan Dee | Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan | complete full version | OSA Worldwide


    Gal Kar Koi Peen Pilawan Dee | Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan | complete full version | OSA Worldwide

    Stay connected with ORIENTAL STAR AGENCIES on

    Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (13 October 1948 – 16 August 1997) was a Pakistani musician, primarily a singer of Qawwali, the devotional music of the Sufis. Widely considered one of the greatest voices ever recorded, he possessed an extraordinary range of vocal abilities and could perform at a high level of intensity for several hours. Extending the 600-year old Qawwali tradition of his family, Khan is widely credited with introducing Qawwali music to international audiences. He is popularly known as Shahenshah-e-Qawwali, meaning The King of Qawwali. Born in Faisalabad, Khan had his first public performance at the age of 16, at his father's chelum. He became the head of the family qawwali party in 1971. He was signed by Oriental Star Agencies, Birmingham, England. He engaged in collaborations and experiments with Western artists, becoming a well-known world music artist. He toured extensively, performing in over 40 countries

    We are constantly working hard on making the “OSA Worldwide” better and more entertaining for you. We need your constant support to get going. Please feel free to Comment box for any queries/suggestions/problems or if you just want to say hello. We would love to hear from you. If you have enjoyed video, do not forget to Subscribe on YouTube and share among your friends...

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  • Top 10 Game phổ biến trên hệ điều hành Android


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    Game yêu thích của mình là PUBG mobile , candy crush, tempo run. Còn các bạn thì sao? để lại bình luận dưới đây nhé
    Nhấn chuông ???? thông báo để nhận những video mới nhất nhé!

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  • 100 Years of Classical Music: 1800-1899


    This is part 2 of a series of videos chronicling the progress of classical music over a span of 250 years- starting with 1700 and ending in 1950. I chose one piece of music for every year since 1700. I have tried to be historically accurate, but I cannot guarantee with 100% certainty that every date is correct. Also, the focus of this is on pieces completed in each year represented, but occasionally I have selected a piece that premiered in the year represented.
    Please enjoy, and don't hesitate to leave a comment below!

    Created using VSDC Video Editor and Audacity

  • Yakkos world but read the description


    Yakko's World but every time he takes a breath, it plays Yakko's World at 2X speed, but every time he mentions a place that isn't a country in 2x speed, it plays Yakko's World at 4X speed, but every time he mentions a place that used to be a country but isn't anymore in 4x speed, it plays Yakko's World at 8X speed, but every time he mentions a country by something other than its current name in 8x speed, it plays Yakko's world at 16X speed

    But also there's some audio issues which I can't be bothered to fix

    But also there's like a bajillion ads in the first hour or so that I have no control over due to a copyright claim

  • English Country Dances - 17Th Century Music - J.Playford,D.Douglass,P.ODette,A.Lawrence-King


    English Country Dances - 17Th Century Music From The Publications Of John Playford (David Douglass, Paul O'Dette, Andrew Lawrence-King)

    Original Release Date: May 10, 1998
    Label: harmonia mundi
    Copyright: (c) 1998 harmonia mundi usa
    Total Length: 1:17:31
    Genres: Classical

    1 Tom Scarlett 2:59
    2 Old Simon The King 3:44
    3 Another Divison On A Ground By Mr. John Bannister 9:53
    4 Moll Peatly, Or The Old Marinett 2:15
    5 The Bear's Dance 4:25
    6 Hudson House 1:52
    7 Sir Martin Marah's Jigg 2:07
    8 Fy Nay, Prithee John! 2:21
    9 Paul's Steeple, Or The Duke Of Norfolk 3:34
    10 The Glory Of The West 1:37
    11 The Mock Glory Of The West 1:53
    12 The Glory Of The Sun 4:00
    13 Faronell's Division On A Ground 7:26
    14 Prelude 1:16
    15 Long Cold Nights 7:44
    16 Johney Cock Thy Beaver: Scotch Tune To A Ground 2:30
    17 Greene-Sleeves 3:47
    18 Stingo, Or The Oyle Of Barly 1:09
    19 Cockleshells 5:28
    20 Another Division On A Ground By Mr. P.B. 3:25
    21 The Queen's Jigg 3:58

    These selections of English Country Dances from the publications of the English music publisher John Playford are recorded and played so well as to relegate any criticism to spoiled grapes. Perhaps a musicologist might carp on some fine points, but then again probably not - musicologists actually enjoy a good tune, too. There is a nice couple pages of notes by Jack Ashworth on the historical background of the music, and a further short page by David Douglass on how he envisioned the 'nature' of several of the pieces. There is also a French translation following the English notes. Seven instruments are mixed higgledy-piggledy as the performers deem best - a copy of a 1652 Amati Violin, and copies of a Theorbo, a Cittern, a 16-string harp, an Italian Double Harp, an Irish Harp, and a Guitar. For the curious Douglass plays the violin only, but offers playing consanguineous with his name.
    Among the choices cut 15 - Long Cold Nights - seems almost New Age in its evocation of the heavens: one might be in Big Sur looking up at the stars. The many other pieces come in divers moods and tempi, with great care given to which instruments are employed. It's difficult to imagine anyone disliking such engaging tunes, such joy in their making. The recording is of course digital so it helps to have a system capable of taming the inevitable string stridencies, but that said - if you like music from this period, or are curious, this CD offers a wonderful selection.

    Painting: The Country Dance - Jean-Antoine Watteau, 1684-1721

  • Germany Germany - This is


    Germany Germany - This is

  • Story of population 1 billion to 8 billion | It may be that soon we will be 32 billion


    Hello friends my name Is mukund Khatri

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    #population #8billion #controlpopulation

  • Gangnam Style @ Columbia International College


    Gangnam Style at CIC: students produced their very own version of the PSY's popular music video at Columbia's residences, Ainsliewood building and various public spaces in Hamilton. They recreated parts of the original video while incorporating their own fun and ideas into the project.

    Founded in 1979, CIC is the largest boarding high school in Canada (Grades 7-12) with an enrollment of more than 1,700 students from over 70 countries in the world.

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  • The Deepest Ocean


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    The Deepest Ocean (Remastered) · Aekhlorią

    Before the Deep Ocean

    ℗ Mystic Creation

    Released on: 2018-05-04

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  • Chicago girl surprises her Californian boyfriend!


    Chicago Girl & California Boy.
    Girl surprises boy on his doorstep!
    Long distance relationship

  • Bachata Lessons In Los Angeles - Stevens Steakhouse - Beginner Friendly Classes


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  • Hidden treasures - Maxim Berezovsky - Selected sacred hymns


    History (based on materials from the Grove Dictionary of Music): Ukrainian composer Maxim Berezovsky (c. 1745-1777) has to be the most obscure composer to have been featured in our series. His biography is enigmatic at best: he originally studied either at the Hlukhiv choir school or the Kiev Academy and by his arrival to Saint-Petersburg in 1757 showed enough talent to be employed by the court of Peter III as a principal singer at the Oranienbaum theatre, playing leading heroic roles. However, after Catherine the Great assumed throne in 1762, Berezovsky's career effectively was cut short due to dubious reasons. Still, in the early 1760s Berezovsky turned to composition via intensive studies with Zoppis and Galuppi. Again, the results must have been recognized by his peers, as in 1766 he was sent to Italy, becoming the first Eastern Slavic composer to have achieved such an honor. In 1771 he was admitted to the Accademia Filarmonica of Bologna. Furthermore, during the 1773 Carnival season in Livorno his opera seria Demofoonte was given a warm reception. By October 1773 he had returned to St. Petersburg and was soon given a post of a staff member of the imperial theatres and capellmeister of the Royal court capella. However, by 1777 he died in uncertain circumstances: some historians point out the possibility of suicide, others - a fatal malady. In either case, a life of unfulfilled promise as it were, especially considering the quality of Berezovsky's music.

    Music: One of the reasons behind our lack of knowledge on Berezovsky is the rather sparse amount of the composer's music that actually survived in some form the passage of time: four arias from the opera, about half of his choral works, a symphony, a violin sonata and a few incidental pieces constitute the sole remnants of his heritage. Stating that this catalog reveals a forgotten master would, perhaps, be slightly misleading. In particular, the secular music of Berezovsky suggests a keen melodic gift and an ease of adaptation but neither real personality or true verve. This possible blandness of the composer's Italianate efforts, however, falls into sharp contrast with Berezovsky's sacred music which is exceptional on many levels. Slavic church music is generally renowned for its dark textures, rich vocal interplay and religious zeal, and all of these qualities are more than amply present in the composer's surviving choruses. The best known of these (at least, in Slavic countries) is the choral concerto Forsake me not in my old age which features a morose melody quite reminiscent of Bach at his best. However, in the present case we will concentrate on five slightly lesser known, though just as remarkably moving pieces. As per usual, I've introduced some cuts into the music, as to limit the size of the upload: thus, only the central piece is preserved virtually untouched, save for a few opening bars. In the ordering of the pieces I've tried to suggest a formal religious ceremony. Thus, the posting opens with a tearful andante prayer to those who have already passed away sung in unison by the choir with subtle variations of coloration, such as the sudden sustained notes of selected singers (0:36, 1:00, 1:30) which provided the much needed expressiveness. A contrast is created with the introduction of the subsequent piece, the first of three settings of the psalm Praise ye the Lord, dramatically sung in perfect harmony, as the congregation marvels at the omnipotence of God (1:44). Only at the end, as the vocal lines start to unravel (2:43), do we notice signs of growing distress and repentance. The central hymn, less immediately distinctive melodically than either its predecessors or successors, actually turns out to be the most remarkable movement, a suspension of time on a single Alleluia. The piece begins traditionally as a simple canon (3:16), and, indeed, the form returns frequently as an echo (5:43), however, I hesitate in calling the chorus a full canon, as the composer never allows it to develop into such a movement, instead creating a unified stream of intertwining motives of rare elegance. The following chorus returns us to the uncertainty of the posting's beginning, as the chorus prays for salvation in a series of by turns descending (8:36) and ascending (8:57) lines, gently underlined by the basses' stern dotted utterances (8:53, 9:14, 9:42). The finish bursts with desperation and regret, negated by the final jubilant fugal closing (10:21), as the message of hope in salvation is reaffirmed by all.

    Score: Currently no sheet music for the selected pieces can be found in open access online.

    Recording: The 2003 CDK recording, featuring the generously impassioned chamber choir of the Ukrainian music Vidrogennia under the leadership of Mstyslav Yurchenko, is the perfect medium for Berezovsky's choruses:

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  • Cantiones Natalitiæ - Dutch Christmas carols from the Southern Netherlands in the 17th century


    A new genre of polyphonic Christmas carols that developed in the Southern Netherlands during the seventeenth century was called cantiones natalitiæ. These were sacred songs in Dutch (Flemish) or Latin, in simple, strophic four-part settings with figured bass. The composers of early seventeenth-century cantiones natalitiae were local church musicians of Antwerp, Brussels, and Ghent. The carols, mostly based on pre-existing songs, were sung in connection with Christmastide devotional services, especially the evening Marian Salve service. The earliest Flemish carols were published in the Laudes vespertinæ of 1604 and 1609.

    The three selected Christmas songs were all published in Antwerp in the 17th century and are by Guilielmus Messaus (1589-1640), by an unknown composer and by Joannes Berckelaers (?Antwerpen ±1630-?Antwerpen ±1700).

    1) Guilielmus Messaus, Lof sy dat soete kindeken cleyn (1629) (performed by Camerata Trajectina (
    2) Incognito, O herders al soetjens (1651) (see for lyrics and other songs to the same tune: ) (performed by Early Music New York)
    3) Joannes Berckelaers, Titer wat een goede maer (1667) (see for lyrics: (performed by Guy de Mey and Knapenkoor in Dulce Jubilo)


    00:19 Portrait of Archduchess Isabella Clara Eugenia, Spanish Regent of the Low Countries from 1621 to 1633, as a Nun, 1625, by Peter Paul Rubens, Norton Simon Art Foundation
    00:44 Adoration of the Magi, between 1618 and 1628 ?, by Peter Paul Rubens and his workshop (Anthony van Dyck?), Brussels, Museum of Fine Arts
    01:10 Adoration of the Magi, 1624, by Peter Paul Rubens (and his workshop?), Antwerp, Royal Museum of Fine Arts
    01:58 Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria, the Governor of the Spanish Netherlands from 1647 to 1656, as marshal, 1652, by David Teniers the Younger, Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum
    02:37 Brabant, Hainaut and Flanders honour the Virgin Mary, 1654, by Theodoor van Thulden, Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum
    03:22 Adoration of the Shepherds, between 1630-1640?, by Theodoor van Loon, Paris, Louvre
    04:00 Adoration of the Magi, by Theodoor van Loon, Vienna, Lichtenstein Museum
    04:32 King Charles II of Spain, ruler of the Spanish Netherlands, as a child, 1666 (?), ascribed to David Teniers III, Brussels, Royal Museums of Fine Arts
    05:10 Adoration of the Shepherds, by Jacob Jordaens, Athens, National Art Gallery
    05:55 Adoration of the Magi, by Jacob Jordaens, Cherbourg, Musée Thomas Henry
    06:36 Coronation of the Virgin Mary, 1630, by Cornelis Schut
    07:07 The 1670 edition of the Cantiones natalitiæ by Johannes Berckelaers, published in Antwerp

  • Archangelo Corelli: Violin sonatas #6 in A and #10 in F, Opus 5


    To skip to different movement, click on the time stamp below:

    0:06 Sonata #6: Grave
    1:28 Sonata #6: Allegro - Adagio
    3:40 Sonata #6: Allegro - Adagio
    6:42 Sonata #6: Allegro
    8:52 Sonata #10: Adagio
    10:08 Sonata #10: Allegro
    12:07 Sonata #10: Sarabanda
    13:21 Sonata #10: Gavotta
    13:53 Sonata #10: Allegro


    Archangelo Corelli was one of the most revered composers of the Italian Baroque; among his admirers were Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel who parodied Corelli's works each in his own Teutonic spirit.

    Nearly all of Corelli's published collections were printed in Rome, although the composer himself did not live there for very long, having spent much of his earlier career in Bologna and the surrounding areas. His Opus 5 violin sonatas (published more than 50 times in 8 countries during the 1st half of the 18th century) was one of the top hits of his generation. Surprisingly, the Opus 5 is the only surviving collection of violin sonatas by the maestro. It was dedicated to the Prussian Queen Sophie Charlotte.


    Below are brief descriptions of the artworks inserted between the pages of the score in the order of appearance. The facsimile score is clipped from an edition published in 1700 by Gasparo Pietra Santa in Rome.

    1. An elaborately ornamented Baroque violin by the master violin maker Antonio Stradivarius, 1683.
    2. An Italian archlute (an instrument similar to the theorbo, often used as basso continuo), Anon.Rome, c1725
    3. The goddess Athena and musical symbols, cover page of the Opus 5 Sonatas, G.P. Santa, 1700.
    4. Four altars (with details of a string ensemble), Nicola Maria Rossi, 1732
    5. Portrait of Archangelo Corelli, Hugh Howard, 1698


    The MIDI file is not an exact match with the score as many of the notes are written an octave below what is played here. The original MIDI files were created by Jean-Claude Templeur (Sonata #6) and A.J. Godorecci (Sonata #10) and each uploaded to the website I extensively edited both files prior to superimposing the music with the musical score. I added archlute to the continuo line and I adjusted the tempi. The first movement of both pieces are played a bit faster than the prescribed Grave (in #6) and 1st Adagio (in #10), but I took some artistic liberty there.

  • Grand Orchestra || 8500 Musicians with Chitra Roy || World Culture Festival 2016


    The Grand Orchestra (Raag Bhoopali) was composed in eight traditional Indian ragas or melodies and comprised of 8,500 artists playing 50 musical instruments.

    Country of Origin: India
    No. of artists: 8,500


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  • Mandolin Pieces in Indian Songs... Part 1


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    Mandolins evolved as part of the Lute family in Italy during the 17th -18th centuries, and the deep bowled mandolin produced particularly in Naples became a common type in the 19th century. The original instrument was the mandola ( mandorla is almond in Italian and describes the instrument body shape) and evolved in the 15th century from the Lute.
    A later, smaller mandola was developed and became known as a mandolina. The 20th century saw the rise in popularity of the mandolin for celtic, bluegrass, jazz and classical styles. Much of the development of the mandolin from neapolitan bowl back to the flat back style is thanks to Orville Gibson (1856 - 1918) and Lloyd Loar, the chief designer for the Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Manufacturing Co Ltd.
    Further back, between 15,000 - 8,000 BC, single stringed instruments have been seen in cave paintings. They were bowed, struck and plucked. From these, the families of instruments developed that we know today. Single strings were long and gave a single melody line. To shorten the scale length, other strings were added with a different tension so one string took over where another left off. The earliest instrument to do this was the Lyre which was both bowed and plucked. The multiple strings gave them the capability of playing chords.
    The bowed family became the rabob, rebec and then the fiddle becoming the violin and modern family by 1520 (incidentally also in Naples). The plucked family led from the Lyre to lute-like instruments, and developed into the Oud or Ud (Al Oud - the wood) appearing in Spain in 711 when the Moors arrived in Europe.
    Over the next centuries, frets were added and the strings doubled to courses leading to the first true Lute appearing in the 13th Century. The history of the Lute and the Mandolin are intertwined from this point. The Lute gained a 5th course by the 15th century, a 6th a century later and up to 13 courses in its heyday.
    The Mandolin emerges
    As early as the 14th century a miniature Lute or Mandora appeared. Similar to the mandola, it had counterparts in Arab countries (Dambura) and Assyria (Pandura). From this, the Mandolino (a small gut strung Mandola with 6 strings tuned g b e' a' d'' g'' sometimes called the Baroque Mandolin and played with a quill, wooden plectrum or finger-style) was developed in several places in Italy but seems to have became known as the Mandolin in early 18th century (around 1735) Naples. The 'modern' often termed Neapolitan mandolin (bowl-back, tater bug, 4 course paired metal strings) appeared about 100 years later in around 1830.
    The style was adopted and developed by others, notably in Rome giving two distinct but similar types of mandolin - Neapolitan and Roman. many of the best players chose the Roman made mandolins. The development of the Mandolino in Rome seems to have followed a slightly different course from that in Naples with many innovations of the Mandolina and later the Mandolin.
    Classic 'modern' mandolins were made by the Vinaccia family (mid-1700s onwards) in direct continuance from their mandolinos, and by Calace (1863 - onwards) in Naples and Luigi Embergher (1856 - 1943), the Ferrari family (1716 - onwards also originally mandolino makers) and De Santi (1834 - 1916) in Rome. It is widely accepted that the evolution of the mandolin to the modern style is attributed to the Vinaccia family.
    Mandolins became very popular and many lower grades were produced so that tourists (on the Grand Tour) could take home a mandolin. Often these were only fit to hang on walls as souvenirs and were brought back in their thousands. Some are playable but none match the workmanship and playability of the great makers.

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    1. The world's longest road tunnel is in Norway
    At an astonishing 15 miles (24.5 km) long, the Lærdal Tunnel is the world’s longest. Costing 1 billion Norwegian kroner to build (that's about USD $113 million) the tunnel connects the small communities of Lærdal and Aurland.

    Its design is admired all around the world, as it incorporates features to help manage the mental strain on drivers. Every 6km there is a cave to separate sections of road. The lighting varies throughout the tunnel and caves to break routine and provide a varied view.

    Having driven through the tunnel myself, I can attest to the importance of the design. It's a tiring drive, and the lighting makes a massive difference. If you drive through the tunnel, consider taking the ‘snow road' back. It's one of Norway's national scenic routes and a spectacular drive, albeit closed for half of the year.

    2. The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo
    The Norwegian capital has been the proud venue of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony every year (with just a few exceptions) since 1901. The other Nobel prizes in Chemistry, Literature, Physics and Physiology or Medicine are awarded in Stockholm, Sweden.

    That's due to the wishes of Alfred Nobel, the Swedish chemist who bequeathed his wealth to create the awards upon his death. No-one's quite sure why he chose Norway for the Peace Prize.

    Located between the City Hall and the Aker Brygge development, the Nobel Peace Centre chronicles the fascinating history of the award, and usually has a special exhibition on the current holder of the prize. It opened in 2005. If you've ever in Stockholm, it's worth stopping by the Nobel Centre there too, for the complete story.

    3. The world's most remote island is a Norwegian territory
    But it may surprise you to learn that it's not in the North! It's actually on the other side of the world. Administered by Norway since 1929, Bouvet Island in the South Atlantic Ocean is Planet Earth's most remote island.

    It is located approximately 1,700km north of the coastline of Antarctica and 2,600km away from the South African coast. The closest inhabited land is the British overseas territory of Tristan da Cunha, more than 2,000km away. Tristan is also an extremely remote place.

    Norway designated the 49km² island and its territorial waters a nature reserve in the 1970s. While no-one lives on the island, Norwegian authorities do maintain an (unmanned) weather station. This means it's easy to check the weather there from Norway, or anywhere else in the world for that matter.

    4. Kirkenes is farther east than all of Finland
    In fact, the small Arctic town is as far east as Cairo. Don't believe us? Check that map again! At only 9 miles (15 km) from the Russian border, Kirkenes is one of Norway's most interesting places from a social perspective.

    As it's so close to the border, there is a big Russian influence. You'll see bilingual street signs and plenty of shops advertising offers and deals primarily to Russian visitors. Because of the number of non-locals spending time in the town, English is very much a third language in this small town.

    5. Norway introduced salmon sushi to Japan
    While sushi is absolutely a Japanese invention, they did not use salmon in the dish until it was suggested by a Norwegian delegation in 1980's.

    Despite the distance between the countries, Japan seemed a natural fit for Norwegian seafood. Japan's fish stocks were suffering from overfishing but demand from consumers was high.

    The deals created all those years ago have helped to boost Norwegian seafood exports. In Japan, Norwegian salmon sushi is one of the most popular dishes, especially among younger people.

    It took time to happen though, as the Japanese were originally concerned with the health impact of eating raw salmon. But they got over that, and Norwegian exports haven't looked back and seafood is now one of Norway's biggest industries.
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  • All Anthems of Russia REMAKE



    1.00:00 - Preobrazhensky March (Преображенский Марш)[UNOFFICIAL]
    2.01:58 - Let the thunder of victory sound (Гром победы, Раздавайся!) [UNOFFICIAL]
    3.05:47 - The Prayer of Russians (Молитва Русских)
    4.08:50 - God, Save The Tsar (Боже, Царя храни!)
    5.11:35 - Worker's Marseillaise (Рабочая Марсельеза)
    6.14:26 - The Internationale (Интернационал)
    7.18:30 - State Anthem of the USSR (Государственный гимн СССР)
    8.22:19 - The Patriotic Song (Патриотическая песня)
    9.23:43 - State Anthem of the Russian Federation (Государственный гимн Российской Федерации)

  • Notes from the workshop - a Luteshop documentary


    A glimpse into the working life of Martin Shepherd, lutenist and lutemaker. This video features interviews, as well as performances by the luthier on his own instruments.
    Click 'show more' for full list of music. Best watched in HD.

    Subtitles presently available in English. French subtitles will be added soon.

    Filmed, directed and edited by Francis Shepherd, music played by Martin Shepherd.

    1. Robin is to the Greene wood Gonn - Anon. (Folger lute book, f.16)
    2. [Recercar] (Ness 8) - Francesco da Milano (Siena lute book, f.20)
    3. Fantasia (Ness 82) - Francesco da Milano (CUL Dd.2.11, f.16)
    4. [Prelude] - Anon. (CUL Add.3056, f.10v.)
    5. [Recercar] - Francesco da Parigi (Siena lute book, f.25)


  • Pachelbels Canon! Beautiful 4K Music Video Album!



    Pachelbel’s Canon + Overtures: Mary Poppins, Around The World In 80 Days, Oklahoma, The King & I & My Fair Lady!


    Pachelbel's Canon is the common name for a canon by the German Baroque composer Johann Pachelbel in his Canon and Gigue for 3 violins and basso continuo (German: Kanon und Gigue für 3 Violinen mit Generalbaß) (PWC 37, T. 337, PC 358), sometimes referred to as Canon and Gigue in D or simply Canon in D. Neither the date nor the circumstances of its composition are known (suggested dates range from 1680 to 1706), and the oldest surviving manuscript copy of the piece dates from the 19th century.

    Pachelbel's Canon, like his other works, although popular during his lifetime, soon went out of style, and remained in obscurity for centuries. A 1968 arrangement and recording of it by the Jean-François Paillard chamber orchestra gained popularity over the next decade, and in the 1970s the piece began to be recorded by many ensembles; by the early 1980s its presence as background music was deemed inescapable. From the 1970s to the early 2000s, elements of the piece, especially its chord progression, were used in a variety of pop songs. Since the 1980s, it has also been used frequently in weddings and funeral ceremonies in the Western world.

    The canon was originally scored for three violins and basso continuo and paired with a gigue. Both movements are in the key of D major. Although a true canon at the unison in three parts, it also has elements of a chaconne.

    The Canon (without the accompanying gigue) was first published in 1919 by scholar Gustav Beckmann, who included the score in his article on Pachelbel's chamber music. His research was inspired and supported by early music scholar and editor Max Seiffert, who in 1929 published his arrangement of the Canon and Gigue in his Organum series. However, that edition contained numerous articulation marks and dynamics not in the original score. Furthermore, Seiffert provided tempi he considered right for the piece, but that were not supported by later research. The Canon was first recorded in 1940 by Arthur Fiedler.

    In 1968, the Jean-François Paillard chamber orchestra made a recording of the piece that would change its fortunes significantly. This rendition was done in a more Romantic style, at a significantly slower tempo than it had been played at before, and contained obligato parts, written by Paillard, that are now closely associated with the piece. The Paillard recording was released in June in France by Erato Records as part of an LP that also included the Trumpet Concerto by Johann Friedrich Fasch and other works by Pachelbel and Fasch, all played by the Jean-François Paillard chamber orchestra. The canon was also included on a widely distributed album by the mail-order label Musical Heritage Society in 1968.

    In July 1968, Greek band Aphrodite's Child released the single Rain and Tears, which was a baroque-rock adaptation of Pachelbel's Canon. The band was based in France at the time, although it is unknown whether they had heard the Paillard recording, or were inspired by it. Rain and Tears was a success, reaching number 1 on the pop charts of various European countries. Several months later, in October 1968, Spanish band Pop-Tops released the single Oh Lord, Why Lord, which again was based on Pachelbel's Canon. Again, it is unknown whether they were aware of or had been inspired by the releases from earlier that year. Oh Lord, Why Lord was covered by American band Parliament on their 1970 album Osmium.

    In 1970, a classical radio station in San Francisco played the Paillard recording and became inundated by listener requests. The piece gained growing fame, particularly in California. In 1974, London Records, aware of the interest in the piece, reissued a 1961 album of the Corelli Christmas Concerto performed by the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, which happened to contain the piece, now re-titled to Pachelbel Kanon: the Record That Made it Famous and other Baroque Favorites. The album was the highest-selling classical album of 1976. Its success led to many other record labels issuing their own recordings of the work, many of which also sold well.



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  • Johann Pachelbel - Canon in D


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    El canon de Johann Pachelbel, es la pieza más famosa del compositor barroco. Tal como ocurrió con la mayoría de sus obras y de otros compositores de antes del siglo XVIII, el Canon quedó en el olvido hasta que en el siglo XX fué redescubierto. Sin embargo, aunque fué publicado en 1.919, no se hizo popular hasta pasadas unas décadas. Todas las imágenesen este vídeo han sido captadas, relacionadas, montadas y son propiedad de Oteaba Auer con todos los derechos reservados.
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    Johann Pachelbel's canon, is the single most famous composer of Baroque. As was the case with most of his works and other composers before the eighteenth century, the Canon was forgotten until the twentieth century. But although it was published in 1919, did not become popular until after a few decades.

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  • How to Connect Fluance Ai40 Powered Bookshelf Speakers to Amazon Alexa™


    In this video, we walk you through the process of connecting your Fluance Ai40 Powered Bookshelf Speakers to Amazon Alexa™.

    To connect your Fluance Ai40's to any Amazon Alexa™ enabled device, follow these easy steps.

    1. Put your Fluance Ai40 speakers into Bluetooth pairing mode by pressing the volume indicator knob. The indicator LED will flash blue.
    2. Once the Ai40 speakers are in pairing mode, open your Amazon Alexa™ app and go to settings. Select your Amazon Alexa™ device.
    3. Select Bluetooth. Then, select Fluance Ai40.

    Amazon Alexa™ is a trademark of, Inc. (or its affiliates) in the US and/or other countries.

    Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. in the US and/or other countries.

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  • Vivaldi - La Follia.mp4


    The epithet 'Folia' has several meanings in music.
    Western classical music features both an early Folia, which can take different shapes, and the better-known later Folia (also known as Follia with double l in Italy, Folies d'Espagne in France, and Faronel's Ground in England).
    Early Folia: Recent research suggests that the origin of the folia framework lies in the application of a specific compositional and improvisational method to simple melodies in minor mode. Thus, the essence of the early Folia was not a specific theme or a fixed sequence of chords but rather a compositional-improvisational process which could generate these sequences of chords.[3]
    The later Folia is a standard chord progression and usually features a standard or stock melody line, a slow sarabande in triple meter, as its initial theme. This theme generally appears at the start and end of a given Folia composition, serving as bookends for a set of variations within which both the melodic line and even the meter may vary. In turn, written variations on the later Folia may give way to sections consisting of partial or pure improvisation similar to those frequently encountered in the twelve-bar blues that rose to prominence in the twentieth century.
    Several sources report that Jean-Baptiste Lully was the first composer to formalize the standard chord progression and melodic line.[4][5]
    Other sources note that the chord progression eventually associated with the later Folia appeared in musical sources almost a century before the first documented use of the Folia name. The progression emerged between the end of the 15th century and the beginning of the 16th century in vocal repertory found in both Italian (Canzoniere di Montecassino, Canzoniere di Perugia and in the frottola repertoire) and Spanish sources (mainly in the Cancionero Musical de Palacio and, some years later, in the ensaladas repertoire). Even though the folía framework appeared almost at the same time in different countries with numerous variants that share similar structural features, it is not possible to establish in which country the framework originated.
    Over the course of three centuries, more than 150 composers have used it in their works. The first publications of this theme date from the middle of the 17th century, but it is probably much older. Plays of the renaissance theatre in Portugal, including works by Gil Vicente, mention the folia as a dance performed by shepherds or peasants. The Portuguese origin is recorded in the 1577 treatise De musica libri septem by Francisco de Salinas.
    Jean-Baptiste Lully, along with Philidor l'aîné[8] in 1672, Arcangelo Corelli in 1700, Marin Marais in 1701, Alessandro Scarlatti in 1710, Antonio Vivaldi in his Opus 1 No 12 of 1705, Francesco Geminiani in his Concerto Grosso Number 12 (which was, in fact, part of a collection of direct transcriptions of Corelli's violin sonatas), George Frederick Handel in the Sarabande of his Keyboard Suite in D minor HWV 437 of 1727, and Johann Sebastian Bach in his Peasants' Cantata of 1742 are considered to highlight this 'later' folia repeating theme in a brilliant way. Antonio Salieri's 26 variations, produced late in his career, are among his finest works.
    In the 19th century, Franz Liszt included a version of the Folia in his Rhapsodie Espagnole, and Ludwig van Beethoven quoted it briefly in the second movement of his Fifth Symphony.[dubious -- discuss]
    La Folia once again regained composers' interest during the 1930s with Sergei Rachmaninov in his Variations on a theme by Corelli in 1931 and Manuel María Ponce and his Variations on Spanish Folia and Fugue for guitar.
    The folia melody has also influenced Scandinavian folk music. It is said[who?] that around half of the old Swedish tunes are based on la folia. It is possible to recognize a common structure in many Swedish folk tunes, and it is similar to the folia structure. Old folk tunes (19th century or older) which do not have this structure often come from parts of Sweden with little influences from upper classes or other countries.
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  • Fumskrew - Crown and Anchor


    As a game, Crown And Anchor seems to have emerged in the 1700’s and was particularly popular in the Royal Navy and the British Merchant Navy as well as fishing fleets.
    The game is almost entirely a gambling game and is played with three special dice and a board which has six markings: a crown, anchor, diamond, spade, club and heart.
    All six markings are also displayed on the board (or quite often a canvas or felt mat).
    There is a banker, who has better odds of making a profit than the other players. The game easily entices the unwary because at face value the odds look really favourable to the player.
    The game is still played in several countries, including Bermuda and the Channel Islands. Variations are played in China, Viet Nam and Nepal (countries where gambling is very popular).
    I last saw the game being played in Oxford Street in London in the late 1960’s, and the games would suddenly close down and disappear whenever a policeman hove into sight (no doubt the punters’ money disappeared just as quickly!).

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  • The Eclectic Collection, Sept. 2016 @ Princeton Record Exchange


    Just Arrived: A 1,000 piece “Eclectic” LP collection from a long-time record aficionado!

    Our successful run of obtaining quality collections, LP and CD, continues, and we have a special one to talk about today.

    However, there is no way to easily describe this wide-ranging assortment of titles. Genres include classic-rock, psych, garage-rock, prog, blues, soul, jazz, novelty recordings, and all sorts of other stuff. The collector had a good eye for the unusual, and there is a reason for just about every piece to be here.

    Some of the highlights include:
    The Velvet Underground & Nico, Verve V6-5008, Orig. “Torso” cover, unpeeled banana, near-mint, $279.99

    Sun Ra “Cosmic Tones for Mental Therapy” Orig. Saturn 408, near mint, $199.99

    Elvis Presley, self-titled, RCA LPM-1254, orig. mono w/ “Long Play” on label, near-mint, @119.99

    Tea and Symphony “Jo Sago”, EMI SHVL-785, Orig. UK , no “EMI” on label, A1/B1 stamps, near-mint, $299.99

    Alexander “Skip” Spence “Oar”, Columbia CS-9331, Orig. “360” label, w/DJ time-strip, near-mint, $249.99

    Phil Spector “Back to Mono” Abkco 7118-1, 5 LP box set w/book and button, $79.99

    But that’s just scratching the surface. There are hundreds and hundreds of obscure and interesting records in this collection. Many private pressings, many classics still sealed or in shrink-wrap, imports from Japan, the UK, Germany and other countries.

    Prices range from a few bucks up to $300 or so for the super rare. The conditions are, for the most part, excellent. We have adjusted, of course, when appropriate.

    Please note that these records are sold first come, first served. Many of these titles are in very high demand, so to be as fair as we can to everyone, please do not call us to ask to put any on hold. For those not familiar with our store, sorry, we are a walk-in store only and do not ship.

    We hope you get a chance to visit us soon. This truly is one of the more diverse collections we’ve ever seen, and we don’t expect these titles to last very long.

    Princeton Record Exchange
    20 S.Tulane St.
    Princeton, NJ 08542



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