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festival of sacred music of patmos
16 Mar 2008
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10 Jan 2011
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festival of sacred music of patmos. Glykeria
28 Mar 2008
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Gurdjieff Legacy presents Sacred Music of the Eternal Present: Hymns & Prayers of G. I. Gurdjieff. Alto and pianist Nancy Caporaso playing Hymns by George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff, and singing from the "Gurdjieff Prayer Book: Prayers and Hymns: in G. I. Gurdjieff's "All and Everything." She has performed for many years with the Master Chorale of Washington and the Master Chorale Chamber Singers. Washington, D.C. Thursday, May 21, 2009, 7:00 P.M. Charles Sumner School Museum, Great Hall, 1201 17th Street NW. To make a reservation, call (800) 470-3086. Donation $10. www.Gurdjieff-Legacy.Org
28 Sep 2009
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Glykeria canta musica religiosa
22 Oct 2008
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festival of sacred music of patmos
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Deva and Miten talk about what it means to perform their sacred music.
2 Sep 2009
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http://bestflights.co.za/internationalflights/ecuador/quito - Visit for more information on Quito, Ecuador Quito, the capital city of Ecuador, is regarded as the most beautiful and stylish city in the Andes and is home to more than 2 million people. The city was the first site to be declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978. Quito’s cultural and entertainment options are more limited than other large international cities, but are vibrant and exciting nonetheless. What to see / do • Quito Old Town • Basilica del Voto Nacional – The highest church in town. • Plaza Grande • Museo de San Francisco • Itchimbia Cultural Center • El Teatro • Teatro Bolivar • San Francisco Square • La Ronda • Quito Botanical Gardens • Quito Zoo • Otavalo Market – Crafts Market • El Quinde – Handicrafts Gallery Events • Fiestas de Quito – A festival of Fireworks, Dancing, Shows and fun • The Sacred Music Festival – The largest music festival in South America • The Experimental Theatre Festival – New and modern performing arts festival • Quito Carnival – Flower parades and throwing of water balloons, flour bags, eggs etc.
5 Sep 2011
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Teddy Afro (in Amharic: ቴዲ አፍሮ ; real name: Tewodros Kassahun, in Amharic: ቴዎድሮስ ካሳሁን) is a popular Ethiopian singer. In 2001, Teddy released his debut album, Abugida, named after the Abugida syllabary of the Ge'ez language. Several tracks quickly caught the ear of many listeners in Ethiopia - Halieselassie, a tribute to the late Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I; Haile, Haile, a single in honor of the Olympic long distance champion Haile Gebrselassie; and Mona Lisa, a song about the measure of human beauty. His second album, Yasteseryal, was released in 2005. The release of this album coincided with elevated political tension in Ethiopia surrounding the Ethiopian general election, 2005. His politically and socially inspired songs vibrated a call for unity and peace. However, some of his songs were not welcomed by the supporters of the government. In his latest song dedicated to the Ethiopian Millennium and entitled Musika Heiwete(Music is My Life), the renowned Ethiopian popular singer, Teddy Afro (Theodros Kassahun) traces the geneaology of his music to classical Zema or chant compositions of St. Yared, the great Ethiopian composer, choreographer and poet, who lived in Aksum almost 1500 years ago. Teddy, who is widely known for his songs mixed with reggae rhythms and local sounds, heart warming and enlightening lyrics, shoulder shaking and foot stomping beats, blends his latest offering with sacred musical terms, such as Ge'ez, Izil, and Ararary, terms coined by St. Yared to represent the three mainZema compositions. In so doing, he is echoing the time tested and universalized tradition of modernity that has been pioneered and institutionalized by Yared. Teddy seems to realize the importance of seeking a new direction in Ethiopian popular music by consciously establishing links to the classical and indigenous tradition of modernity of St. Yared. In other words, Teddy Afro is setting an extraordinary example of reconfiguring and contributing to contemporary musical tradition based on Yared's Zema.
21 Oct 2008
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The 9 Solfeggio frequiencys are first played separatly and then all together. This can be used as; (:1:) MINI CHAKARA TUNE Or; (:2:) A Tuning Refrence. I74 Hz 285 Hz 396 Hz 417 Hz 528 Hz 639 Hz 741 Hz 852 Hz 963 Hz UT - 396 Hz -associated with releasing emotional patterns after: see RE-417Hz below. RE - 417 Hz -associated with breaking up crystallized emotional patterns MI - 528 Hz - relates to crown chakra; Dr. Puleo suggests an association with "DNA integrity" Transformation and Miracles FA - 639 Hz - associated with whole brain quadrant interconnectedness. Connecting Relationships SOL - 741 Hz - associated with intuitive states, non linear knowing. Awakening Intuition LA - 852 Hz - associated with a pure love frequency: unconditional love and returning to Spiritual Order "Audio by Jandy the Decibel Jezebel" The Solfeggio Chakra Scale / chime is based on the original research of Dr. Joseph Puleo of sacred manuscripts of an original Solfeggio scale of six tones used in Gregorian sacred music. This chime extends the original tones of-396, 417, 528, 639, 741, 852, using the same mathematical sequence to include the following frequencies -174, 285 and 963 of the original 18-tone matrix, plus the extensions 1074, 1185, 1296, 1317, and 1428. (These tones as they are for experimental use only at the discretion of the user.) The 528Hz frequency is used by some scientists to repair broken DNA. There are 5,280 feet in a mile and 396 is 1/10th the radius in miles of the Earth's Equatorial radius. Numerically, all of these numbers reduce to 3, 6, or 9. (For example, 5+2+8
24 May 2009
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Pesach Concert (April 2008) with members of the Guru Guru Band, playing selections from their album Lev Tahor - Sacred Music. Omanut Ha Emuna: http://www.myspace.com/omanuthaemuna
7 Dec 2008
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Pesach Concert (April 2008) with Or and Feliza Zohar, playing selections from their album Lev Tahor - Sacred Music.
7 Dec 2008
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Taiwan traditional chinese orchestra competition (primary school) Mingyi primary school , 明義國小happy sacred music and dance , 祭樂歡舞
28 Apr 2009
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The Newberry Memorial Organ in Woolsey Hall at Yale University is one of the most important pipe organs in the United States. Originally constructed by the Hutchings-Votey Company in 1902, entirely rebuilt and enlarged by J.W. Streere & Son Organ Company in 1915, and finally rebuilt and enlarged by the Skinner Organ Company in 1928, the instrument has remained virtually unchanged since that time. Martin Jean is the Director of the Yale Institute of Sacred Music (ISM) and is Professor of Organ at ISM and the School of Music. As a concert artist, Jean has performed widely throughout the United States and Europe and is known for his broad repertorial interests. He has won two of the most prestigious music prizes in the world: He was awarded first place at both the International Grand Prix de Chartres in 1986 and at the 1992 National Young Artists' Competition in Organ Performance. This video was filmed on a Saturday morning sometime ago by Joe Vitacco and edited together by Vic Ferrer. A full stop-list of this organ is available by going to http://www.thompson-allen.com/woolsey.html A double CD of Professor Thomas Murray -- the University Organist at Yale - playing this organ with an audio narrated tour and a 72-page booklet on the organ is available going to http://www.pipeorgancds.com/thommurplayw1.html.
9 Jun 2009
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