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For people who think circus acts are easy and a literal joke, they are not. They require countless hours of hardcore practicing. The levels of skill portrayed here are amazing.
13 Sep 2019
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This guy on the unicycle is pulling off tricks most people would need years of practice for even while standing. Damn, that's impressive.
21 Sep 2019
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Crazy Juggling by a group of 3 guys. Year+ of practice. www.idratherbejuggling****
27 Jan 2007
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Capoeira Acrobatics is spontaneous, agile and sometimes mysterious, I remember watching countless amounts of videos, searching the world for new tricks, different movements. The more I have experimented and tried different movements the more I have come to realise three things: 1. It is always better to have an instructor who understands the movement to go through it with you. 2. You should always try and build up the necessary areas of the body that are needed for that type of movement BEFORE you attempt to do it. 3. The movement should be broken down into certain steps, and it is these steps that should be practiced seperately before putting it together. Remember, this movement is only from what I have experienced and learnt through my journey of capoeira, you should always listen to your instructor first and follow their instruction. Many styles have many in-depth reasons for doing things a particular way, so it is always my recommendation with everything you do, to follow your instructor. I have written down a few notes on the observations that I have found over the years of practicing them. 1. Observe how far I throw my arms back and also the amount I bend in the knees. The knees do not need to bend that much at the start of the jump, as I want to pop it up instead of push it up. The arms go back far to help build the momentum as I swing them hard and up. 2. as I come up I do not want to bend my back. Rather, I come up as high as I can and use my hips and knees that pull towards my chest to gain the rotation. The arms come up as high as possible and then I rotate them around to grab the legs. 3. I tuck the knees a little to the side so that they do not go towards my face rather over my shoulders a little. As I rotate and am coming down I try to look up and shoot my hands out forward so that I can keep my head and focus up towards the horizon instead of down towards the ground. 4. Watch the sault carefully, I split it into three stages, the jump, the rotation and the landing. I try and practice these stages separately, before I try doing it (using other exercises. When I first started the sault I had someone to help spot me using a gymnastics technique to spot. Lots of matts as well. 5. When I do it out of a round off, I try and pop out of the round off so my body is already upright and my arms are at least shoulder height if not higher, my knees hardly bend when jump off the ground and use more the ankles to pop up. 6. Backsaults are scary, and dangerous without the proper training and teacher. So pick both wisely before thinking about attempting one.
26 Feb 2011
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Manodharma Sangeetham Tanam & Niraval - hallmark of Carnatic Classical music is Manodharma Sangeetham, which is improvisation of music. It is the most unique and spectacular feature of Indian music. The true challenge of a musician lies in his ability to create and extemporize on the spot, within the framework of codified principles. Manodharma Sangeetham comprises of Raga Alapana, Tanam, Niraval and Kalpana Swaram. Tanam, which is also called Madhyamakalam is a very lively and interesting aspect of Manodharma Sangeetham. There is no specific time measure, but an inherent rhythm prevails. It is usually rendered just before the Pallavi (Ragam Tanam Pallavi or RTP) in a concert. Niraval is a series of improvisations made in a musical theme or sahithya. It is done in kritis as well as for a Pallavi (RTP). Niraval is a judicious combination of all the aspects of Manodharma Sangeetham put into one. This makes it one of the most difficult aspects of creative music. Tanam and Niraval require years of practice, listening and guidance under an excellent Guru before one can aim to perform them in concerts. This product has the maestro explaining and demonstrating a systematic approach to Tanam and Niraval, the techniques, the dos and the donts that a student must know, while attempting them. He has elucidated Niraval in different talas like Adi, Rupakam and Misra Chapu. His explanations are lucid and logical, making it simple and easy to learn. A highly informative and valuable product for upcoming musicians. visit us at : *******www.kalakendra****/shopping/manodharma-sangeetham-tanam-niraval-p-881.html
30 Jan 2009
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Manodharma Sangeetham Raga Alapana - most distinguished feature of Carnatic classical music is Manodharma Sangeetham, which is improvised music. The true challenge of a musician lies in his ability to create and extemporize on the spot, within the framework of codified principles.Manodharma Sangeetham comprises of Raga Alapana, Tanam, Niraval & Kalpana Swaram. Raga Alapana transfers one to an infinite world of musical thought and creativity. It is one of the most dynamic and unique aspects of Indian music. Raga Alapana is a very important part of the present day concert. It requires years of practice, listening and guidance under a competent and knowledgeable Guru, for a student of music to perfect the art of Raga Alapana. This product has the maestro explicitly demonstrating a systematic approach to Raga Alapana, the techniques and different styles a student can adopt, while rendering an alapana. His explanations are lucid and logical, making it simple and easy to learn. Detailed Alapanas of major ragas like Shankarabharanam, Karaharapriya, Kamboji, Bhairavi, Kalyani, Todi and other ragas like Hindolam etc have been elucidated in depth by the maestro. A very informative and valuable product for upcoming musicians. visit us at :*******www.kalakendra****/shopping/manodharma-sangeetham-raga-alapana-p-880.html
30 Jan 2009
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Vestiges of a rare Puppetry - Nokkuvidya - www.neelaearth**** The video shows a rare form of native puppetry called Nokkuvidya. Practised and passed down to generations this highly skilled form of puppetry is on the verge of extinction. The speciality of this puppetry is that the puppets are made to stand and move on a stick balanced on the face of the performer and this demands years of practice and skill. Performed during Onam festival in early years it is accompanied by an orchestra of a vocalist and a small percussion instrument. Stories are from mythology and animal life. The artist in the video Ms. Kamalakshi Amma of Iringol near Perumbavoor in Ernakulam district is the one and only person performing the art form today.
5 Feb 2009
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Vestiges of a rare Puppetry - Nokkuvidya - www.neelaearth**** The video shows a rare form of native puppetry called Nokkuvidya. Practised and passed down to generations this highly skilled form of puppetry is on the verge of extinction. The speciality of this puppetry is that the puppets are made to stand and move on a stick balanced on the face of the performer and this demands years of practice and skill. Performed during Onam festival in early years it is accompanied by an orchestra of a vocalist and a small percussion instrument. Stories are from mythology and animal life. The artist in the video Ms. Kamalakshi Amma of Iringol near Perumbavoor in Ernakulam district is the one and only person performing the art form today.
5 Feb 2009
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This is my version of Dee by Randy Rhodes. This is a song I love to play quite a bit. So I have had many years of practice and yet still it's challenging to make it sound perfect. Anyway, I hope you like it. Thanks for watching!
10 May 2009
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At our winter 2008 Show What You Know Concert, our own Matt Whiffen ended the show with a beautiful piece he sang while playing piano. Very talented Mr. Whiffen. See what years of practice can do kids? Lounge singers beware!
20 May 2009
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It takes years of practice to be a martial arts experts. The Calamity Fun demonstrates what they have learned in three minutes.
9 Jun 2009
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8 Jul 2009
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