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This is the dance for a Sinhalese folk song that depicts the story of Ravan Mandodari. The dance was presented at Yakdessawa, a remote village of Sri Lanka, on international indegenious day.
A Folkdance for a folk song in Sinhalese language. The song and dance depicts the story of a rural guy's love affair with his cousin.
Rarely performed ancient masked theatre known as the Maskhara in earlier times, performed by Jal Folk Theatre Company (Patrick Jasper Lee and Anni Martin) depicting the soul in slumber being awakened by a medicine man. Performed at the Goddess Shows in the UK to music from the 'Gypsy Goddess' album.
The Annual gathering of the truly 'uber-professional' folks who populate the ultra-high-tech avionics business was a great success this year -- with outstanding attendance, accomplishments and achievements to be boasted about for years to come. But... who are these people and what do they get out of gathering each year? Aero-TV crews spent some time at the convention and on the exhibit floor to find out for ourselves.
These are interesting people... and they belong to an equally interesting organization. Founded in 1957, the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) represents more than 1,300 aviation businesses, including repair stations that specialize in maintenance, repair and installation of avionics and electronic systems in general aviation aircraft. AEA membership also includes instruments facilities, manufacturers of avionics equipment, instrument manufacturers, airframe manufacturers, test equipment manufacturers, major distributors, and educational institutions.
AEA tells ANN that their mission is to be a worldwide, self-sustaining organization committed to enhancing the profitability of its members by...
• providing effective leadership to its members,
• facilitating the communications between members and with their various constituent groups,
• encouraging members to establish quality processes,
• furthering the education of its members and their various constituent groups,
• influencing the applicable legislative and regulatory processes.
Among those attending are a number of different types of members...
Regular Members who may be an avionics or instrument facility with a Government-approved repair station. Applications for membership must include radio or instrument ratings, as well as a photocopy of their Certified Repair Station Certificate.
Associate Members may be an avionics manufacturer, instrument manufacturer, test equipment manufacturer, airframe manufacturer, wire/cable manufacturer, major distributor, company dealing in used equipment, trade publications, accessory manufacturer, calibration lab, or consultant to the industry. This type of member must derive the majority of its gross revenues from the above activities.
Air Carrier Members are usually a Part 121/135 operator. A FAR-145 CRS is required. A photocopy of their CRS certificate is required with the application.
Academic Members include schools or college offering avionics or maintenance training.
Delegated Engineering Authorities include any entity delegated to approve data on behalf of its respective regulatory authority.
Professionals all, we really enjoyed spending a few days in April with them and look forward to AEA 2009!
Til then, let's join Aero-TV as they meet the rank and file of the Aircraft Electronics Association at AEA 2008!
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Esil Duran-Ken lee (folk dance remix)
A litle girls is dancing folk
Nocino Folk a Monza - Rondò
Nocino Folk a Monza parte 2
Flour sculpture, it to glutinous rice-based materials, coupled with different colors, and simple hand tools to build all kinds of lifelike image. Carrying tools, walking in the streets, doing on the streets, as in an instant, loved by the masses, but their work has been seen as a small stuff, can not be called art. Today, Flour sculpture, art as a valuable non-material cultural heritage of attention, a folk arts and crafts Street, only a few areas still retain the traditional strange art, in recent years, this art Forms by many countries in the world favor. And this lost art of succession.
We all have family who has retired out in Florida, but do you really know what they do all day? It's really like a Seinfeld sitcome when I visit my folks. Watch this and you'll see what I mean!
Esibizione dei "Ballati tutti quanti" all'Onnolulu Folk Festival - Pizzica dal Salento(Parte 1)
Esibizione dei "Ballati tutti quanti" all'Onnolulu Folk Festival - Pizzica dal Salento(Parte 2) http://www.danze-popolari.com http://www.ballatituttiquanti.com
Esibizione dei "Ballati tutti quanti" all'Onnolulu Folk Festival - Pizzica dal Salento(Parte 1) http://www.danze-popolari.com http://www.ballatituttiquanti.com
La "Banda Brisca" in una Scottisch, all'Onnolulu Folk Festival 2008 (20-22 Giugno) ad Onno di Oliveto Lario (LC)