History and Art

In Daily pay-History, they had appeared the first artists of the humanity, lived in small groups, they were nomadic and they were fed of the hunting, of it fishes and the collection of fruits. This period approximately understands of the 500,000 30,000 years B.C., is called Age of Paleolithic the Splintery Rock or that divides in Inferior and Superior. In the Inferior Paleolithic period, the man exerts the control of the fire and creates rudimentary instruments very; In the Superior Paleolithic period the main event is the development of the painting and sculpture. The creations do not stop. After that it comes the Age of Neolithic the Polishing Rock or (approximately the 10,000 5,000 years B.C.) and the Age of Metals (approximately the 5,000 3,500 years B.C.). The plastic arts (painting and sculpture) had appeared well before the writing (Age of Metals), with this can be perceived how much the art is important, it has how much time is part of the life human being and as it is necessary to use it knot Basic Education, Average and Superior. According to CALABRIA and MARTINS (1997): In the caves (natural habitat of the primitive man) researchers had found first paintings carried through. They are paintings of horses, deer, bisons, bears, etc.

Are true halls of art, as example we have ' ' Grotto of Lascaux' ' ' ' Grotto of Pech-Merle' ' both in France. The reason for which our ancestor still drew in the walls of the caves is unknown, however many theories exist that try to explain. Most accepted for the researchers it is of that they drew thinking about the animal to be hunted, therefore believed that drawing the animal it would be much more easy to dominate it. In paintings, the ink was produced for the proper man, generally used lands (rich in ores), coal, blood and fats of animals, amongst other available resources for the time.

Anos 80

“Remain in Light,” the best work of the band according to many critics, was released in 1980 and was also listed among the top 500 albums of all time. This album included “Once In A Lifetime”, the theme representing the first music video released by the quartet, considered by many to be one of the most innovative videos in the history of music. In part this album for the last time Brian Eno. The second single from “Remain in Light” was “Crossey And Painless.”
This streak of 4 excellent albums (the best in the group), in 4 consecutive years (1977 to 1980) was one of the most important in the history of rock.
In 1981, the band decided to take a break and return to touring in 1982, to return to record a new studio album recently in 1983.
In 1981, David Byrne began to record with Brian Eno (musician who had worked on three albums of Talking Heads) album “My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts”, which was based on recordings of radio journalists in New York used rhythmic base. The project was one of the pioneers of the use of ‘Samples’ in different rhythms of music, a feature heavily used by Hip Hop, and was cited by major groups of Rap (as Public Enemy) as his main influence.
One of the best tracks on the disc and it opens, “America Is Waiting”, was chosen as the first single and was accompanied by an interesting music video where no music was not there (it was directed by Bruce Conner).
That same year, David launches its first completely solo album, entitled “The Catherine Wheel: Complete Broadway Score.” The music of this album (half instrumental and half vocal) served as a soundtrack to a Broadway play directed by Twyla Tharp. The themes of this work highlights are “What A Day That Was” and “Big Blue Plymouth (Eyes Wide Open).”
In 1982, Talking Heads began their tour with a large number of accompanying musicians (including the great guitarist Adrian Belew, Alex Weir, Nona Hendryx, etc.).. It was a very interesting tour which was partly recorded in the first live LP of the banda called “The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads.” This work also contained items recorded in previous concerts.
The live recordings of the album “The Name Of This Band …” were launched in 1982 as a vinyl only, and was delayed 22 years to leave as a remastered double CD.
For the year 1983, Talking Heads and soon had a new studio album entitled “Speaking In Tongues”, a disc where no longer appeared Brian Eno, but still the line of the previous work of the banda ( “Remain In Light” of 1980) , adding pop song structures.
It was the first album in 3 years and left the band its first Top 10 single in the United States, “Burning Down The House”, a song with funky rhythms accompanied by a good music video, nominated in the category “Best Musical Effects” in the first installment of the MTV Video Music Awards in 1984. The subject was also nominated for a Grammy Award as “Best Rock Vocal By A Group or Duo” this nomination could not win, but the artist Robert Rauschenberg won an important prize for creating the cover of the disc.
The second single from the album was “This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)”, the group’s first major ballad, which would also be accompanied by a good music video, and the third single was the theme of “Swamp.”
“Speaking In Tongues” was the Talking Heads first album to sell over a million copies in America. After the release of this album, the band embarked on another extensive tour to promote it, which would be the last in the history of the banda. This tour was captured in the film “Stop Making Sense” director Jonathan Demme, who later directed the film “The Silence of the Lambs.”
“Stop Making Sense” is considered one of the best concerts in the history of Rock N ‘Roll. La banda introduce the most important items on its fifth album “Speaking In Tongues”, but the best of the four previous releases. It highlights the great performance of “Psycho Killer”, and “Take Me To The River”, “Life During Wartime,” “Once In A Lifetime,” “Burning Down The House,” among others.
These recordings were made by the director Jonathan Demme and cinematographer Jordan Cronenweth for four shows at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood, and the quartet captured the maximum of its energy. He was also the first digital movie sound ever.
The video for “Once In A Lifetime”, taken from the concert, was selected to promote the film through various musical signal as MTV, in addition to being nominated for “Best on a stage in the delivery of the MTV Video Music Awards in 1985.
Was also launched as well as a film, its soundtrack, with the best four of the nine concerts.

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Music OECS XX The encouragement and percussion instruments were mostly used by indigenous cultures of America. In most of America and Canada, accompanied by percussion music was monophonic. It is believed that in central Mexico and Central America, the music was made from pentatonic scales. It is usually considered that before the Spanish arrived, the music was inseparable from religious festivities, festivities that included a variety of wind and percussion instruments like drums, flutes, conch shells (used as a trumpet) and rainwater pipes . In terms of instruments chordates, some groups came to use them using natural elements (fruit and tree trunks hollowed out) and even the oral cavity Dominica as a sounding board, usually were not used but two or three strings stretched over a bow, same as they were dashed with or without a plectrum, not forming what is known as Western harmony.In general you can say you do not have a precise idea of how music might have been that since no documents are preserved with musical notation, but some Spanish chroniclers, missionaries, indicate that the drums were used as media and tell was such that its sound to reach the frightened. After entry of the Spanish, the process of spiritual conquest was aided, among other things, the liturgical music service that became part of the Indians whose musical gifts came to surprise the missionaries. Were so maginitud the musical gifts of the natives who quickly learned the rules of counterpoint and polyphony and even the virtuoso handling of the instruments, it helped that most musicians were not requested brought from Spain, which significantly upset the clergy.The solution was not used but raised a number of Indians in the music service, not teaching counterpoint, not allowing them to play certain instruments (breaths metals, for example, in Oaxaca, Mexico) and, finally, not to import more tools that Indians had no access to them. The latter did not prevent the musical enjoyment of indigenous people, who experienced the construction of instruments, particularly of wood rubbed (violins and double basses) or dotted (carbines), is where we find the origin of which now call traditional music instruments have a pitch own and a typical western structure.As for the fusion of musical traditions in Mexico are preserved two small sacred works of Don Hernando Franco, and In God itla tonantzin ilhuicac, combining Western contrapuntal method, with the Nahuatl language and a rather unusual rhythm that introduces what appear some errors that rather than contrapuntal accidents are caused.

Learn To Choose Upholstered Furniture

how I bought sofa. learning to choose Upholstered furniture. I decided it was time to finally buy a new home a cool couch – the old long ago and became completely amorphous. On the first weekend I went in search of a large furniture store, advertising, which was hung around the city. Indeed, the choice was so that the eyes are dazzled. Classic, antique, avant-garde of unusual shapes and colors – choose any which you like. But my illusions were dispelled soon – after I "experienced" 5-6 seats, I realized that not everything is so cool. Some sofas are hard, others I just is buried, others were quite uncomfortable.

Why? What's inside, if experience and comfort level is so different? Is today so many materials that can be used as a filler of upholstered furniture? And then I catch myself thinking that I, for example, I know, only three – the spring foam rubber and latex. Anyway, I decided to ask the seller of the sofa, which I liked most of all, what is actually inside him? What stuff? "We have quality furniture, with dignity, answered my girl, and so we use only the foam. This is a filler of high quality with very long service life. "That's good, I thought, and realized that now I just hit a dead end. What is polyurethane? And if all sofas the same filler, why some seats are very soft, others sprung, and there are very strict? Better to get first hand information, I decided.

Equal Educational Opportunities

Every single person deserves the opportunity to get a good education.  Education is the avenue to so many different things and without it, a bad spiral can be caused ultimately resulting in poverty.

In the US especially, legal provisions are put in place for this.  Two examples of these include:

  • The Equal Educational Opportunities Act (EEOA) of 1974 – a federal law prohibiting discrimination against faculty, staff and students.
  • The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965 – a way of distributing funds to educational institutes with a large amount of low-income families.

The development of Charter Schools was a huge leap in this goal as well, and organizations such as: Child Fund International, Save the Children and others are also doing a lot.  But still more needs to be done.  And that is how we try to contribute.