1st - Léo Delibes --- Sous Le Dôme Épais Où Le Blanc Jasmin (The Flower Duet)
2nd - The Chieftains --- Women Of Ireland
3rd - The Flaming Lips --- Do You Realize?
TennisOne Editor Jim McLennan discusses the importance of "deliberative practice," the path to high high achievement in any field--and how it applies to practicing the drop-hit.
U.S. citizens have the right to participate in the political process, and when they do, it’s hoped they do so with deliberation. Is there conflict between participation and deliberation? Watch our interview with Professor Diana Mutz in which she discusses citizen participation and a polarized society.
Diana C. Mutz is the Samuel A. Stouffer Chair in Political Science and Communication at the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication and the director of the Institute for the Study of Citizens and Politics at the Annenberg Public Policy Center. She is the author of “Hearing the Other Side: Deliberative Versus Participatory Democracy” and “Impersonal Influence: How Perceptions of Mass Collectives Affect Political Attitudes,” which received the Robert Lane Prize for the Best Book in Political Psychology by the American Political Science Association.
brute action, dont try this at home.....
Debate is a broader form of argument than logical argument, since it includes persuasion which appeals to the emotional responses of an audience, and rules enabling people to discuss and decide on differences, within a framework defining how they will interact.Informal debate is a common occurrence, but the quality and depth of a debate improves with knowledge and skill of its participants as debaters. Deliberative bodies such as parliaments, legislative assemblies, and meetings of all sorts engage in debates. The outcome of a debate may be decided by audience vote, by judges, or by some combination of the two.
A court is a public forum used by a power base to adjudicate disputes and dispense civil, labour, administrative and criminal justice under its laws. In common law and civil law states, courts are the central means for dispute resolution, and it is generally understood that all persons have an ability to bring their claims before a court. Similarly, those accused of a crime have the right to present their defense before a court.Court facilities range from a simple farmhouse for a village court in a rural community to huge buildings housing dozens of courtrooms in large cities.A court is a kind of deliberative assembly with special powers, called its jurisdiction, to decide certain kinds of judicial questions or petitions put to it. It will typically consist of one or more presiding officers, parties and their attorneys, bailiffs, reporters, and perhaps a jury.
Part 2: http://youtu.be/-v1i9U_Or0U
You hear these songs everyday in tv shows, advertisings and movies! But most people don't know the name or the artist!
Here are new findings that might be used in an upcoming part 2:
Isaac Albéniz - Romance d'Amour
Mason Williams - Classical Gas
Unknown Artist - Carnival of Venice
Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons: Spring 1st Mvt
Unkown Artist - Espana Cani
Leroy Anderson - The Typewriter
Caravelli - Theme from lovestory
Einaudi - Una Mattina
Carmen - Habanera
Walter Wanderley - Summer Samba
Walter Klien - Kinderszenen
Antoine Vivaldi - Four Seasons: Summer 3rd Mvt.
Édith Piaf - La vie en rose
Bach - Jesu, joy of man's desiring
Wagner - Rienzi: Overture Part 1
The Verve - Bitter sweet symphony (Intro)
Massive Attack - Teardrop (Intro)
Royksopp - Eple
Mocean Worker - Shake ya boogie
Maceo and the Macks - Cross the Tracks
Wagner - Bridal Chorus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Eine kleine Nachtmusik 2nd Mvt.
American Patrol - Glen Miller
Carlos Estevez - The girl from Ipanema
Beethoven - Symphony no. 5
Clint Mansell - Requiem For A Dream
Benny Goodman - Sing Sing Sing
Gheorge Zamfir - Einsamer Hirte (Thx to Zolo Volo)
Laurie Johnson - Happy Go Lively
Luigi Boccherini - Minuetto
Ron Aspery - Round the Bend
If you have more songs like these feel free to put them into the comments.
Be sure to turn comments on, as there were some corrections afterwards!
Spotify Playlist: http://open.spotify.com/user/1121852826/playlist/3TuviQYDKmDK4cmQDptrGy
Special Thanks to YT-Users: Francisco Llamas, violdamor, TheUltmatePotat0, tiensymcnguyen69
Soul Bossa Nova - The Academy Allstars
Winchester Cathedral - New Vaudeville Band
Spanish Flea - Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
Afrikan Beat - Bert Kaempfert And His Orchestra
Déclic: Java - Murray Sporn
Mexican Hat Dance
The Mambo Craze - De-Phazz
Doop - dooper than doop
Benny Hill - The Edwin Davids Jazz Band
Dick und Doof
Pat Und Patachon: Whirlwind
Baby Elephant Walk - Henry Mancini & His Orchestra
Tea For Two
My Name is Nobody - Ennio Morricone
The Andy Griffith Show
Left Bank Two - Wayne Hill
Wheels - Billy Vaughn And His Orchestra
The Entertainer - Scott Joplin
Blues Party - Gert Wilden
Gonna Fly Now - Bill Conti
The River Kwai March/Colonel Bogey March - Mitch Miller
Tunes Of Glory - Mitch Miller
William Tell Overture: Finale - Rossini
Galop Infernal (Can-Can) - Jacques Offenbach
The Nutcracker Suite: Russian Dance - Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky
March ot the Toreadors - Bizet
Radetzky Marsch - Johann Strauss
The Stars and Stripes Forever John - Phillip Sousa
Pomp and Circumstance - Elgar
Blue Danube Waltz - Strauss
Voices of Spring - Strauss
La Traviata: Drinking Song - Verdi
The Flight of the Bumble Bee - Rimsky-Korsakov
Sabre Dance - Khachaturian
Hungarian Dance No. 5 - Brahms
Rondo Alla Turca - Mozart
Dance of the hours (La Gioconda)
Pizzacato - Léo Delibes
Humoresque - Dvorak
Piano Concerte no. 1 in B-flat Minor - Tchaikovsky
Te Deum: Prelude - Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Air on a G String - Johann Sebastian Bach
Adagio for String, Op. 11a
Canon - Johann Pachabel
Zadok the Priest - Handel
Symphony No. 40 K550: 1st Movement - Mozart
Sarabande - Handel
Waltz No. 2 - Dmitri Shostakovich
Morning from Peer Gynt - Edvard Grieg
Peer Gynt - In the Hall of the Mountain King - Edvard Grieg
Ride of the Valkyries - Wagner
Also Sprach Zarathustra - Strauss
O Fortuna - Carl Orff
Lakmé: Duet - Delibes
Clair de Lune - Claude Debussy
Aquarium - Saint Saens
The nutcracker suit: Dance of the sugar plum - Tchaikovsky
Swan Lake Scene - Tchaikovsky
Forrest Gump Suite - Alan Silvestri
Comptine d'un autre été, l'après-midi - Yann Tiersen
Wedding March - Mendelssohn
Grand Vals - Richard Durrant
Entry of the Gladiators - Julius Fučík
The Magnificent Seven - Elmer Bernstein
The Raiders March - John Williams
The good, the bad and the ugly - Ennio Morricone
Chariots of Fire - Vangelis
Conquest of Paradise - Vangelis
3 gymnopedies: gymnopedie no. 1 - Erik Satie
You can leave your hat on (intro) - Joe Cocker
L'internationale - Artist unknown
Streets of Cairo - Artist unknown
Tooccata and Fugue in D minor - Bach
Snake Charmer - Benny Bergian
Clubbed to Death (Kurayamino Mix) - Rob D.
On her majestys secret service - Propellerheads
Battle without honor or humanity - Tomoyasu Hotei
Anna and Elina in perfect harmony singing this ever popular duet from Delibes' opera.
01 .Jules Massent - Le Cid: O souverain, o, juge, o pere (Domingo)
02. Amilcare Ponchielli - Ill figliuol prodigo: Il pader! - Tenda natal (Villazon)
03. Emerich Kalman -- Die Csardasfurstin: Heia in den Bergen (Netrebko)
04. Francesco Paolo Tosti - Ideale (Villazon)
05. Richard Wagner - De Walkure: Wintersturme wichen dem Wonnemond (Domingo)
06. Luigi Arditi - Il Bacio (Netrebko)
07. Giuseppe Verdi - Don Carlo: E lui! - Dio, die nell'alma infondere (Domingo, Villazon)
08. Franz Lehar - Gern hab ich die Frau'n gekusst (Domingo)
09. Franz Lehar - Land des Lachelns: Dein ist mein gnzes Hertz (Villazon)
10. Nikolaj Rimskij-Korsakov - Die Rose und die nachtigall (Netrebko)
.11. Franz Lehar - Die lustige Witwe: Lippen schweigen (Netrebko, Domingo)
12. Johan Strauss jr. - Unter Donner und Blitz
13. John Denver - Perhaps Love (Domingo, Villazon)
14. Leo Delibes - Les filles de Cadix (Netrebko)
15. Manuel Penella - El gato montes: Vaya una tarde bonita - Si! Torero queiro se (Netrebko, Villazon)
16. Rodolf Sieczynski - Wien, Wien, nur du allein (Netrebko, Domingo, Villazon)
17. Federico Moreno Torroba - Maravilla: Amor, vida de mi vida (Domingo)
18. R. Soutullo /J. Vert - La del soto del Parral: Ya mis boras felices (Villazon)
19. Richard Strauss - Cacilie (Netrebko)
20. Giuseppe Verdi - La Traviata: Libiamo, ne lieti calici (Netrebko, Domingo, Villazon)
The previous Quickie: http://youtu.be/M-pXzlf7Rmk
The game of this episode is Counter Strike Source (Prison Break):
Prison Break is a game-play type for Counter Strike Source in which a small team of megalomaniac authority figures bossing around a large group of prisoners. The prisoners are supposed to follow their directions and 'escape' when given an opportunity... we had other intentions though.
Criken's Quickies is a series of assorted video game gameplay highlights (shorter than my usual 10 minute videos). This series is meant to highlight gaming moments in my usual style though with a more relaxed degree of editing. I'm still working on my usual highly edited longer videos, these just serve as an entertaining supplement for those looking for a shorter laugh.
Song: Léo Delibes - Pizzicato
Christopher Walken & Dennis Hopper are gods among men.
The music is The Flower Duet from Lakmé by Léo Delibes. http://youtu.be/8Qx2lMaMsl8
Tarantino himself has named "The Sicilian scene" as one of his proudest moments. "I had heard that whole speech about the Sicilians a long time ago, from a black guy living in my house. One day I was talking with a friend who was Sicilian and I just started telling that speech. And I thought: 'Wow, that is a great scene, I gotta remember that'." (From the unrated director's cut DVD commentary.) http://youtu.be/fXxhbrsuDSQ?t=2s
A mix with some of the best classical pieces in the world. Part II
Compositions name list:
00:00 - Amilcare Ponchielli - Dance of the Hours
05:20 - Bach - Tocata And Fugue In D Minor
12:03 - Beethoven - 5th Symphony (1st movement)
19:08 - Beethoven - 9th Symphony (Ode To Joy)
25:23 - Beethoven - Für Elise (piano version)
28:18 - Carl Orff - O Fortuna (Carmina Burana)
30:57 - Georges Bizet - Habanera
33:06 - Frederic Chopin - Funeral March
38:16 - Delibes - The Flower Duet (Lakmé)
42:49 - Edvard Grieg - In the Hall of the Mountain King
45:17 - Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 (orchestra version)
55:48 - Georges Bizet - Les Toreadors
58:07 - Händel - Messiah - Hallelujah Chorus
1:02:08 - Mozart - Serenade No 13 (Allegro)
1:07:53 - Offenbach - Can Can
1:10:05 - Rossini - William Tell Overture
1:13:29 - Aram Khachaturian - Sabre Dance
1:15:53 - Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture
1:24:19 - Tchaikovsky - Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
1:26:48 - Vivaldi - Four Seasons (spring)
The content owners (by that they mean EMI and UMG, owners of the music) have blocked this video on mobile devices -- despite the fact I have obtained permission from them to use the music in this video. The right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. But fortunately, you can still view this video on a home computer or laptop.
Ray Bethell performs a kite ballet to Flower Duet from Lakme by Delibes.
A Senate vote could pave the way for relatively smooth sailing of the immigration bill in the most deliberative body -- an amendment to increase security at the nation's southern border. Nancy Cordes reports.
I am an amateur at Photography. It's a hobby I've recently engaged in. This is my early Floral Collection. I've added it to one of my favorite arias. "The Flower Duet".... thank you for viewing..
Erika Miklosa (Lakmé) Bernadett Wiedemann (Mallika)
Lakmé, Flower duet (Duetto) by Léo Delibes : Viens, Mallika... Dôme épais le jasmin.
Anna Netrebko (soprano).
Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano).
Baden-Baden Opera Gala 2007.
Duo des fleurs.
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We knew Clara loved the Coppelia ballet, but little did we know she memorized the whole thing! She performed this solely from memory!
This is just a small snippet of her dancing to it. We would see her doing some ballet moves around the house thinking it was ballet moves she learnt in ballet class, till one day someone decided to whip out a computer and compare her moves to that of the Coppelia ballerina, and, VOILA, we realized she memorized it, and can dance it!
Clara has been diagnosed with DiGeorge Syndrome and Autism. She spent her first 16 months in hospital, has gone through multiple surgeries since she was two weeks due to the complications with her syndrome. Before she was two, we noticed that she had difficulty connecting with people, was in a world of her own, and two years later she was also diagnosed with autism. Clara also had a lot of physical complications, and could not walk till she was four. She never spoke until she was six.
Doctors told us when she was born to forget about her - we could just have another baby...But we couldn't give up. Never underestimate your child's potential!
However Clara thrived in the Intensive Multi Treatment Intervention program (see http://www.jalderson.com), based in Toronto, and has blossomed into a lively dancing queen who always loves an audience!!!
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Read about Clara in the book "Challenging the Myths of Autism" (pg 199) by Jonathan Alderson, http://www.JAlderson.com and you can get a copy at http://promo.challengethemyths.com/
Sincere thanks to the Australian Ballet Company who have allowed us to use this segment in Clara's video, specifically:
THE AUSTRALIAN BALLET
Lisa Pavane - Swanilda
Colin Peasley - Dr Coppelius
Production devised and directed by George Ogilvie
Original Choreography Arthur Saint-Léon
Revised by Marius Petipa and Enrico Cecchetti
Additional Choreography Peggy van Praagh
Music Léo Delibes
Costume and set design Kristian Fredrikson
Lighting William Akers
Conductor Noel Smith
Orchestra the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra