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Learn Punjabi | 1000 Punjabi language speaking sentences through English ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਸਿੱਖੋ | Full course
 
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पंजाबी सीखो Learn 1000 Punjabi language speaking sentences and जानो the meaning of Punjabi words, phrases, pronunciation & vocabulary. This is the part 1 of 2 parts of this Spoken Punjabi lesson in 5 days. In this video, Ifactner teaches most common Punjabi words and sentences, with meaning and examples through English for learning and speaking daily use Punjabi in few days. This videos elaborates the meaning of 1000 Punjabi vocabulary words and phrases through English. It shows the correct pronunciation, how and when to use the Punjabi sentences in conversation. Many times beginners face problems in learning new words, memorizing the meaning of new sentences, understanding the native Punjabi speakers or speaking in the right accent. In this full Punjabi learning and speaking training video, ifactner gives English to Punjabi translation of most common sentences and make the learning easy by repeating each sentence three times. This video is helpful for beginners, kids, tourists, people appearing in competitive exams like Bank PO, SSC CGL, TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, etc. and for people who want to communicate with people from Punjabi, India and Pakistan. Learn Punjabi through English in 5 days and improve spoken and written Punjabi. Simple English language used in the video is for the benefit of all the people from around the world who understand the language especially Indians and Pakistanis. You should practice the Punjabi words and sentences taught in this video with your friends, family, colleagues, other learners and Punjabi speakers. Please like, share and comment! Watch other related videos of ifactner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-wxybZniEE&list=PLtBV6zZI13pbgmzmpVWf91Nu-RqhlbpVu Visit me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ifactner https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJcJA8TA9qM0pPMStF7uaEA is a Hindi, Urdu, English, Punjabi video channel to teach you different languages. This channel also shows video tutorials on web development, personality development and computer networking.
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Hot Fuzz (4/10) Movie CLIP - Sea Mine (2007) HD
 
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Hot Fuzz movie clips: http://j.mp/1uwjDCy BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/uoaVE7 Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Angel (Simon Pegg) and Danny (Nick Frost) discover a huge cache of weapons hidden at a local farm. FILM DESCRIPTION: A top London cop who is so good at his job that he makes his fellow officers look like slackers by comparison is "promoted" to serve in the sleepy village of Sandford in this contemporary action comedy from the creators of Shaun of the Dead. Police constable Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) always gets his man, but these days his impeccable record seems to be more indicative of his fellow officers' shortcomings than his own formidable skills as a keeper of the peace. Loathe to stand idly by as their once respectable track record is steadily soiled by the hyper-competent actions of one lone overachiever, Sergeant Angel's superiors at the Met soon determine to remedy their problem by relocating the decorated constable to the West Country village of Sanford -- where tranquil garden parties and neighborhood watch meetings stand in stark contrast to the violent crime and heated gunplay of the city. As Sergeant Angel does his best to adjust to the relative calm of his new environment, his oafish new partner Danny Butterman (Nick Frost) strives to gain the respect of his fellow constables while sustaining himself on fantasies of his favorite action films and police shows. Later, just as it begins to appear as if Sergeant Angel has been relegated to an uneventful existence in the relative calm of the countryside, a series of horrific "accidents" lead him to suspect that the tranquil hamlet of Sanford has fallen prey to a sinister plot which reeks of foul play. Jim Broadbent, Timothy Dalton, Steve Coogan, and Martin Freeman co-star in the Edgar Wright film. CREDITS: TM & © Universal (2007) Cast: David Bradley, Nick Frost, Karl Johnson, Simon Pegg Director: Edgar Wright Producers: Karen Beever, Eric Fellner, Nira Park, Ronaldo Vasconcellos, Natascha Wharton, Tim Bevan Screenwriters: Simon Pegg, Edgar Wright WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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Cornwall, England: Cornish Pride
 
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More info about travel in Cornwall: https://www.ricksteves.com/europe/england/cornwall Cornwall was part of a "Celtic crescent" that nearly circles England. The Cornish people spoke their own language, which thrived for centuries. Cornwall is a county of England, but many native-born locals consider themselves Cornish first, British second. At http://www.ricksteves.com, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.
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EXPLORING abandoned mine to take PHOTOGRAPHS using SRT
 
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This is a DecayCaptured video: It means that something decaying and abandoned is explored and documented. In this video i'll explore and old minesite together with a friend to take photographs. We will use SRT (Single-rope technique) to descend and ascend two mining pits. And I decided to make a video about it. Enjoy! Click here to subscribe to my channel: ➤ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz9uWOtMqEnsOO5mKCUIiMQ?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram DecayCaptured: It's a strict feed of decaying and abandoned places. ➤ @DecayCaptured https://www.instagram.com/decaycaptured/?hl=sv Instagram PhotoByKent: Focusing on other type of photography. Like landscape, street, porttraits etc. ➤ @PhotoByKent https://www.instagram.com/photobykent/?hl=sv My Facebook: Blending my different Instagram feeds on this page. ➤ https://www.facebook.com/PhotoByKent-424079144779382/ Photography gear used in this video: ➤ Main camera: Sony A7iii ➤ Lens: Canon L 16-35 f/4 ➤ Adapter: Viltrox EF-NEX IV ➤ Second camera: Canon M50 ➤ Lens: Canon 22 f/2 ➤ Action camera: Gopro Session 5 ➤ Drone: DJI Mavic Air Music in this video provided by: ➤ Royalty Free Music from Bensound: https://www.bensound.com/ ➤ Decisions av Kevin MacLeod licensieras under licensen Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Källa: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100756 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ DISCLAIMER: Exploring Abandoned Places can be illegal and dangerous. Never attempt to enter an abandoned without the permission of the property owner. Failure to do so can lead to fines, arrests, injury, or worst, death. This video is for historical / videoography purposes and should not be seen as an ok to venture onto an abandoned property yourself. If you do choose to enter an abandoned site and wish to ignore this disclaimer, PhotoByKent, and anything tied to PhotoByKent can not be held responsible for your actions. #photography #SRT #abandoned
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Mine Disaster (1924)
 
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Wrexham, Clwyd, Wales. Heroes of the mine. 9 killed in fire-damp explosion. Automatic doors saved other 415 workers underground at the time. M/S of several carts, strung together and running on tracks, being pulled out of a mine tunnel, two miners stand in one the carts. M/S of several miners and two policemen standing outside a shack at the top of the mine shaft. M/S of miners loading the trunk of a tree onto one of the carts, the carts are sent down the mine shaft - presumably the wood is for repair work to the explosion damaged mine. High angled L/S of the colliery in a typical Welsh valley, smoke rises from several chimneys. M/S of a miner leading a policeman and two men in trilbies through the colliery. M/S of a group of men, some miners, some more smartly dressed - safety inspectors, perhaps? C/U of railway freight truck with the words - LLAY MAIN - painted on the side. M/S of a group of miners standing with a policeman and a man in a trilby. M/S of two men wearing gas mask-like contraptions with pipes and wires that wind around their torsos. Various shots of the colliery, including shot of the mine lift shaft. Amendment November 2011: A visitor to the site has commented that this clip only shows Llay Main Colliery disaster of 1924 in the second half. The first half of the clip contains footage of a different, drift mine. FILM ID:366.03 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Rough Notes Taken During Some Rapid Journeys Across the Pampas and Among the Andes
 
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SUBSCRIBE HERE https://goo.gl/uOq9vg TO OUR CHANNEL. FRESH CONTENT UPLOADED DAILY. Rough Notes Taken During Some Rapid Journeys Across the Pampas and Among the Andes Francis Bond HEAD (1793 - 1875) “Galloped on with no stopping, but merely to change horses until five o’clock in the evening—very tired indeed, but . . . saw fresh horses in the corral, and resolved to push on. At half-past seven, after having galloped a hundred and fifty-three miles, and been fourteen hours and a half on horseback got to the post—quite exhausted—I could scarcely speak . . . an hour before daylight was awakened by the Gaucho, got up, had some mate, mounted my horse, and as I galloped along felt pleased that the sun should find me at my work. . .” Later in life nicknamed “Galloping Head,” for his exploits on the Argentine pampas, Sir Frances Head Bond, went to the Argentine in 1825 as mining supervisor for the Rio Plata Mining Association, a group of English speculators whose ill-planed and financially disastrous idea it was to send Cornish miners to re-open old gold and silver mines in the former Spanish colonies. Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Modern (19th C) Language: English This book is in public domain. Thank you for listening. Here are links to other books for your enjoyment: Children's Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQIZj1XalEiOr5c322S94HC Action & Adventure Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyREtY51zhBfDO_4cSuUnnix Classics (Antiquity) Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQ5dEwoLhW8xO1wEXEsA5pC Culture & Heritage Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlySVldqnUVLrmqHEX6Ly06q6 Dramatic Readings Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlySu3rejPMhDX8ohZOuen04S Fantastic Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQnfE-yqJ9yIXwxWG5YZVjS General Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlySZJiIrAaUNUFEt9KJwmOGt Historical Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyTBxpcHaShkAoI7Xb0jebLj Nautical & Marine Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyR8W8ePBDIA0LRgJKg_1YOo Poetry Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyTSs-ToFebizVX-NgCgZFav Religious Fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQ8gTZ8y7roETu2CqyN0dC2 Romance Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyS-8LeVQB7_mUY_0bfIdVfr Short Stories Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQgqNhqYdCTJvkxhx0w9VRT Suspense, Espionage, Political & Thrillers Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQfv92w5wHpsAK21ZspKeRP Non-fiction Audiobooks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBf34OV7mlyQ8q9mLCqCV9LPx_pGgC3tX Other search terms: free audio books, audiobook full, audiobook full length, audiobook playlist, audiobook channel, audiobooks for free, full audiobook, full audiobooks, full audio book, full audio books, audio book full, audio books full, audio book full length, audio books full length, audio books free, audio books for children, audiobooks for children, audio book self help, audio book self improvement, ★Channel link -- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjxgD1xx1RSyp_T1FNwXKSg ★SUBSCRIBE - http://goo.gl/OJrTHf ★Facebook -- https://www.facebook.com/FullAudiobook ★Twitter -- https://twitter.com/Full_AudioBook ★Google+ --https://plus.google.com/u/0/112778434457755527797/about?hl=en Video URL : https://youtu.be/MaOg10H-FGk
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Rees Howells - Intercessor - The Bible College of Wales
 
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Rees Howells was a miner in Wales in the late 1800’s who went on to discover the reality of Christ in his own life. In 1910, he married. He and his wife felt the call of God to serve as missionaries in Africa. Having been deeply touched by the Welsh revival, he saw the revival follow him to Africa and the power of God fall wherever he preached. His real work began when he returned to his beloved Wales and established the Bible College of Wales in 1924. The college came into its own as the second world war started and Rees Howells gathered intercessors to pray with him against the spiritual forces at work in the world at that time. Rees Howells understood the the words of Paul in Ephesians 6, where he wrote: ‘We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places’. The intercessors would listen to the world news on their radios and then gather to pray. They learnt to see world events transformed through prevailing prayer. Using the same principals as George Mueller, Hudson Taylor, and many others, for raising funds – at the time Rees Howell only had two shillings (ten pence) in his possession - he established the Bible College in Swansea, and also a home for missionaries children, and a refugee centre for Jewish children escaping the Nazi terror. Today the Bible College of Wales has re-opened to teach the same principals to a new generation. Revelation TV visited the college, and met and talked with staff and students. The documentary – REES HOWELLS, INTERCESSOR – is the result of that visit. If you want to go deeper in your spiritual walk with God, it is one to watch. http://www.revelationtv.com Special thanks to: The Bible College of Wales, Cornerstone Community Church Singapore, Moomedia Pte Ltd for providing and permitting the use of pre-recorded images and footages on the Bible College of Wales seen in this documentary.
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School Of British Accents – YORKSHIRE
 
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Yorkshire is known for its gorgeous hills, its ale, and for its cracking accent, but will this Turkish woman be able to transform herself into a genuine Yorkshire lass in just one afternoon? We'll be "chuffed t'bits" if she does! Learn more about the Yorkshire accent: http://bit.ly/2GhYmn3 Learn a language with Babbel: http://bit.ly/2ExQFwr Follow us on social media: 💡https://www.facebook.com/babbel.languages/ 💡 https://twitter.com/babbel 💡 https://www.instagram.com/babbel/
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'It's a brilliant time to have a tungsten project' - Roskill's Jessica Roberts
 
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Roskill's Jessica Roberts discusses the near-term outlook for tungsten demand and supply. Roberts says global tungsten markets are returning to growth following several years of oversupply and low prices. She adds that with several major mines set to reach their end of life over the next 10 years, new mine supply will be required to ensure stable supply of primary material.
BOLIVIA: MINERS LAUNCH PROTEST AGAINST PLANS TO PRIVATISE TIN MINES
 
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Natural Sound Bolivian miners and their families have launched a protest against government plans to privatise a lucrative tin mine. 25-hundred miners have occupied the Posokoni hill mine since Friday. Hundreds more have marched through the streets of Oruro, 260 kilometers (152 miles) from the capital, La Paz. Miners and their families chanted anti-government slogans through the streets of Oruro, Bolivia, on Saturday, demanding jobs at the lucrative Posokoni mine. The mine lies in the mineral rich Huanuni region which the government is planning to sell into foreign ownership. Wives and supporters donned helmets and took to the streets of the nearby town of Oruro in support of colleagues who have occupied the mine since Friday. Many criticised the government under President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada. An estimated 25-hundred miners staging the sit-in at Posokoni were unblocking shafts in order to gain access to the mineral deposits. Posokoni tin is rated among the best in the world and is therefore likely to attract much interest from foreign buyers. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "The present government is intending to give away our riches to different foreign companies, and we don't want that. What we want is that they give these riches to us so that we can work them." SUPERCAPTION: Eduardo Mollinedo, member of miners' cooperative Miners in Bolivia work in cooperatives which are allocated specific mining rights by the state. Many of these mines have been exhausted and can no longer sustain the livelihoods of those people who work them. Without profitable land to mine, many families would be left with nothing. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "There are about 2,500 of us occupying, so that they allocate areas to us here in this place, Posokoni hill, where we get the tin for our livelihood." SUPER CAPTION: Eduardo Mollinedo, member of miners' cooperative The demonstration comes at a fragile time for President Lozada. Bolivia enters a general election on Sunday and Lozada is seeking a further term as president. Many Bolivians do not support his privatisation plans and there is public sympathy for the miners. Some of those living close to Posokoni have offered miners, who've come to protest from other regions, a roof over their heads while the demonstration continues. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/aaaf798ded67bfe39ad961f139db83f8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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PENZANCE via Newlyn Harbour  Mousehole  Lamorana cove Cornwall, made by Huggie Huggie2love
 
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Happy valentine day -- Highlights of my journey along the Beautiful Unspoilt Picturesque Harbour of Penzance via its awesome Promenade along seafront to Newlyn Harbour, Penlee Point Newlyn Unspoilt Picturesque Fishing village, it’s steeped in History with Spectacular views, and the Breathtaking views l see are free and there priceless, on to Awesome Mousehole Harbour, spectacular views you get at Spaniard Poine Kemyel Point to finish of the walk at Lamorana cove, Hope you like and enjoy this new video. Also l want to thank you all so much for your kinds words and great comments you made on all my coastal path walk videos, Made by Huggie Huggie2love. Penzance Promenade stretches the seafront between the Jubilee Pool at the Eastern end and Newlyn to the West. With views spanning Mounts Bay PENZANCE Cornwall’s most westerly borough, Penzance is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, peppered with geographical, historical and cultural wonders. It is a place steeped in myths and legends and has been the source of inspiration for artists, writers and poets for hundreds of years. From the perilous cliff top walks to the ancient fishing villages, the sub-tropical vegetation and Bronze and Iron Age places of mystery it is a truly magical place. But uppermost of all Town and surrounding area’s attractions is its inseparable connection with the sea. After all its notoriety as a haven for smugglers and wreckers was the inspira tion for Gilbert and Sullivan’s most famous production ‘The Pirates of Penzance’. Newlyn Cornwall is a busy fishing harbour on the edge of Mount's Bay offering plenty to see and do. Newlyn is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the United Kingdom. The bustling harbour of Newlyn Cornwall is a real insight into the life of a true Cornish fishing town. Old streets filled with tiny cottages spill out from Newlyn harbour. As Newlyn is a working fishing harbour there is plenty of activity with boats in and out of the harbour, The actual village of Newlyn is a short walk from the harbour. Set aside a stream the village is steeped with history. As with Mousehole, the village of Newlyn was destroyed by the Spanish raid in 1595 Mousehole is a picturesque fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall between Penzance and Land’s End. Mousehole has retained much of its old world charm. Its narrow streets are filled with small shops, galleries and restaurants. Local cottages built from finely grained Lamorna granite Just offshore from the harbour is St Clement’s Isle, a small cluster of rocks where an ancient hermit was said to have lived. Popular for retaining its original character, charm and beauty, Mousehole is a tiny fishing village in West Cornwall, 3 miles west of Penzance. Its picturesque harbour is surrounded by narrow streets and yellow lichened houses, which huddle together creating a stunning location. Along the harbour road you’ll find galleries, gift shops and restaurants and in the harbour itself is a safe sandy beach at low tide Lamorna Cove is a beautiful and secluded area of Cornwall sat between the pretty harbour town of Mousehole and the glorious Porthcurno beach. You can walk the coastal path to both of these locations, or if you’re feeling adventurous, walk all the way to Land’s End! Lamorna Cove is the perfect base to enjoy a self catering holiday and to explore the further reaches of West Cornwall. The cliffs around Lamorna Cove are so beautiful. On a cleer day I finish the walk at Lamorana cove, Hope you like and enjoy this new video. Also l want to thank you all so much for your kinds words and great comments you made on all my coastal path walk videos, Made by Huggie Huggie2love. The Merry Maidens Stone Circle dates from the Bronze Age over 4000 years ago Its name is believed to derive from the Cornish, 'dawns meyn' meaning 'stone dance'. Other explanations of the name include the variation 'dawns myin' 'dancing stones' and another that it derives from 'merrow maen' 'being mares at the stone'. Located in St Buryan parish in the West Penwith area which is home to a huge concentration of fascinating prehistoric and early Christian monuments, the Merry Maidens are within walking distance of Lamorna. The circle consists of 19 stones and has a diameter of nearly 24m (75ft). The Merry Maidens is thought to have been a ritual ceremonial monument. The Cornish legend associated with the circle and the nearby standing stones (menhirs), known as The Pipers, is that they were young women dancing and their musicians who were turned to stone for dancing on the sabbath.
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Monty Python Communist Quiz sketch
 
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Live from the Hollywood Bowl sketch from Monty Python - Communist quiz featuring Marx, Lenin, Che, Mao. A great parody...
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how to find and mine gold
 
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23. England, Britain, and the World: Economic Development, 1660-1720
 
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Early Modern England: Politics, Religion, and Society under the Tudors and Stuarts (HIST 251) Professor Wrightson discusses the remarkable growth of the British economy in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. He examines the changed context of stable population and prices; regional agricultural specialization; urbanization; the expansion of overseas trade both with traditional European trading partners and with the Americas and the East; the growth of manufacturing industries which served both domestic and overseas markets, and the intensification of internal trade. He describes and explains the emergence of an increasingly closely articulated national market economy, closely linked to a nascent world economy in which Britain now played a core role. 00:00 - Chapter 1. The Economy in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries 01:16 - Chapter 2. Economic Growth 08:36 - Chapter 3. Agriculture and Polycentric Urbanism 17:06 - Chapter 4. Commerce 30:46 - Chapter 5. Industrial Agglomeration Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Fall 2009.
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History of Industrial Revolution Documentary
 
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Duchess of Cornwall champions Britain's OAPs
 
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The Duchess of Cornwall is trying to redefine the term OAP. Camilla hosted a reception for stars from stage and screen, to launch a new Royal Voluntary Service campaign. The idea is to champion the skills experience of the country's older people.
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Porthcurno golden sandy beach  Beautiful Minack Theatre in Cornwall's made by Huggie Huggie2love
 
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, Highlights of my Christmas Coastal Path Video My journey along the Beautiful Unspoilt Picturesque Porthcurno Beach The Minack Theatre is Cornwall's world famous open-air theatre, carved into the granite cliff and set in glorious gardens overlooking the spectacular panorama of Porthcurno Bay. St Levan church, St Loy’s cove, Logan Rock, Penberth cove, Gazells, Porthguamon, Herhen Point, Bosawen Point, Taler-De Lighthouse, The Merry Maidens Stone Circle dates from the Bronze Age over 4000 years ago Gazell, Cam Barges, on to the finish of the walk at Lamorna cove, The Breathtaking views l see are free and there priceless, Hope you like and enjoy this new Christmas video. This is my last Coastal Path Video for 2018..? On this special Christmas video I also put on some Exter Coastal Path Videos, just after main Christmas video Also l want to thank you all so much for your great support and kinds words and great comments you made on all my coastal path walk videos in 2018, and I am so glad you enjoyed watching all of my videos I want to Wish you all Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2019. Warm hugs from my heart and much love from Huggie xoxo Porthcurno’s golden sandy beach and azure blue waters hide an amazing secret. Right beneath your feet, messages from all corners of the globe have been buzzing through undersea cables since 1870 making Porthcurno one of the most connected places on the planet and a hub of global communications to this very day. The Telegraph Museum is situated in one of Cornwall’s most beautiful and historically important valleys. Porthcurno is one of Cornwall’s best-kept secrets. It is home to one of Britain’s finest beaches, the Telegraph Museum, and Cornwall’s world famous open-air theatre, The Minack. Porthcurno is the perfect place to spend the day exploring. The Minack Theatre is Cornwall's world famous open-air theatre, carved into the granite cliff and set in glorious gardens overlooking the spectacular panorama of Porthcurno Bay. The. A woman called Rowena Cade designed the incredible theatre and undertook a lot of the building and decoration herself. Rowena Cade moved to Cornwall with her mother after the First World War and bought the rocky headland at Minack (from meynek, meaning “rocky place” in Cornish) for £100 to build a house there.Rowena became involved in local theatre and in 1930 she started to plan a theatre in her garden Rowena Cade, who lived in Minack House, decided that the cliffs below her garden would be the perfect setting, and over the winter of 1931 and into 1932 she and her gardener, Billy Rawlings, moved endless granite boulders and earth, creating the lower terraces of the theatre, much as they are today she shaped the theatre seating and stage from the rock. In the summer of 1932, William Shakespeare’s play The Tempest was performed against the backdrop of Porthcurno’s dramatic seascape. Rowena made some of the costumes herself and only batteries and car headlights lit the play. The audience had to buy their tickets from a table in the garden and then scramble down a narrow path to the theatre. Holy well of Saint Levan - II Holy well. Probably C18 on an ancient site. Granite rubble. Roughly square-on-plan roofless well house with east doorway, all built on a granite monolithic foundation stone. In front of the doorway is a sump and the water comes from a natural spring covered by granite lintels on the right. Scheduled Ancient Porth Chapel beach is idyllically set below tall granite cliffs, with sands of broken shells dipping to the sea – it’s just a short walk from St Levan, tucked between Porthcurno and Porthgwarra and quite near to Land’s End. Penberth Cove is still primarily a tiny fishing hamlet. There is a pebble beach. A river flows down through the wooded Penberth Valley into the cove Cornwall’s most westerly borough, is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and has been the source of inspiration for artists, writers and poets for hundreds of years. From the cliff top walks to the ancient fishing villages, the sub-tropical vegetation and Bronze and Iron Age places of mystery it is a truly magical place. Tater Du Lighthouse stands on the south coast of the Land's End peninsula between Lamorna Cove and Penberth Cove and looks out over two rocks known as the Inner and Outer Bucks. The cliffs around Tater-Du are a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) with regard to their geology which is an excellent example of pillow lavas and the area is also a Geological Conservation Review site. The Merry Maidens Stone Circle dates from the Bronze Age over 4000 years ago Located in St Buryan parish in the West Penwith area which is home to a huge concentration of fascinating prehistoric and early Christian monuments, the Merry Maidens are within walking distance of Lamorna The circle consists of 19 stones and has a diameter of nearly 24m (75ft). Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2019. much love from Huggie xoxo
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Beautiful picturesque Harbour and Fishing Village of Cadgwith  Made by Huggie Huggie2love
 
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My journey along the South West Coast Path Beautiful picturesque Harbour and Fishing Village of Cadgwith coastal path walk to the Lizard Cornwall Hope you like and enjoy this new video. Made by Huggie Huggie2love The South West Coast Path national trail runs through this picturesque, isolated fishing village tucked into a small cove on the Lizard Peninsula. The scenery is superb, the way of life unhurried and timeless. There are walks along the cliffs, where wildflowers blossom in abundance in spring and early summer. My journey along the South West Coast Path Beautiful picturesque Harbour and Fishing Village of Cadgwith coastal path walk to the Lizard Cornwall Hope you like and enjoy this new video. Made by Huggie Huggie2love PS........ Hope you like and enjoy this new video and I am doing another 12 Beautiful coastal path walking videos from Cadgwith to Coverack via Helford Passage to Falmouth. And the other 9 videos from the Lizard Point Mullens cove via Poldhu cove via Porthlenen Harbour Parr Sands St Michaels Mount on to Penzance to Newlyn Harbour Mousehole Lamorna Cove, Porthcurno Minack Theater to Lands End on to Sennon Cove to Cape Cornwall on to The old Cronwall Tin Mine at Botallack Mine Levant Tin Mine Another Poldark location on to Pendeen Lighthouse Cronwall , Hopefully I get 2 uploaded live before Christmas 2018. And the rest some time in Jan to March 2019, Also l want to thank you all so much for your kinds words and great comments you made on all my coastal path walk videos, Made by Huggie Huggie2love.
Views: 1962 Huggie Huggie2love
Getting your Ontario Driver's Licence (Part 4)
 
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Chinese, Italian and Spanish closed captions are available with this video. For the French version of this video series visit: Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLgCwl2QFUo Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pURqq1161QU Part 3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opyjnpcj3g0 Part 4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixJlgCg89Mw For more information or to contact the Ministry of Transportation visit: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/about/contact-us.shtml -- A descriptive transcript for this video is available by visiting the following link: http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/getting-your-ontario-driver's-licence-(part-4).html Pour obtenir une transcription descriptive de cette vidéo, cliquer sur le lien suivant : http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/getting-your-ontario-driver's-licence-(part-4).html
Views: 181960 ONgov
North Wales: Feisty and Poetic
 
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Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | We get to know North Wales, as we visit the castle-within-a-castle in Conwy, peek into 16th-century domestic life at Plas Mawr, go down deep in the Llechwedd slate mine, and up high in Snowdonia National Park, then stroll through a "Beatle pilgrimage" in Liverpool. © 2006 Rick Steves' Europe
Views: 706488 Rick Steves' Europe
B. Miles - Salt (Lyrics in CC)
 
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Apeiron - Music for Infinity. ∞ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/apeironsound ∞ Facebook http://facebook.com/ApeironSound » Available at: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/b.miles/id1033220354 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/78syjBKqyrvojI3R4mQuOf » Follow B. Miles: https://soundcloud.com/bmilesofficial https://www.facebook.com/B.Miles.Official https://instagram.com/_b.miles/ https://www.youtube.com/user/BrennaMilesMusic » Picture: Benjamin Combs ✖ Become part of the Infinity: ∞ Facebook http://facebook.com/ApeironSound ∞ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/ApeironSound ∞ Instagram http://instagram.com/ApeironSound ∞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/ApeironSound ∞ Twitter http://twitter.com/ApeironSound Use #ApeironSound to give me a chance to see your posts. Activate "notifications" for Apeiron by pressing the bell besides the subscription button and never miss a song! Lyrics for "B. Miles - Salt" can be found in the comments. Alternatively, turn on captions (CC) and enjoy the lyrics on screen! Intro song for Netflix series "las chicas del cable" and Soundtrack
Views: 1969076 Apeiron
Castlerigg Stone Circles, Keswick, Lake District, Britain built by the Khasi or Cassi Part 2
 
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By the time of Julius Caesar’s first invasion of Britain in 55 BC, the Cassi were mining Tin, Gold and Silver not only in Cornwall but all along the coast of Britain. The Cav-Casia or today's Caucasus mountains (Pliny the Elder 's Natural History, 77-79 AD, called them by what the Greeks knew them - Kau-Khasis, the Scythians called the Caucasus - Kroy Khasis) , the Cas-pian sea, the Kassite Kingdom of Babylonia, the Kashi kingdom in Northern India, the holy city of Varanasi was the ancient Khasi city of Kashi, the city of Kashan in ancient Persia around which there was a Kassi tribe, the Catti tribe of Germany, the Casses in France, the ancient Celtic,the Ecossais, Cassi, Picts, Etruscans - all descend from this most ancient Khasi tribe. They were matrilineal & erected Monoliths wherever they lived for a long time. They also wore distinct tartan shawls. Today, the present day Khasis still maintain their Sacred Forests, refuse to sell their lands which have rich uranium deposits in spite of being offered huge bribes, have monoliths all over the Khasi Hills, build awesome Living Root Tree Bridges (MUST SEE), still practise their Khasi herbal traditional medicine, pass their surnames through the mothers, give their inheritance to the youngest daughter, preserve the world's oldest living religion and have a priesthood similar to the ancient Druids. Above all, many specially in the villages live simple but happy lives. Looking at them you would’nt believe that from the Khasi Hills was born some of the greatest civilisations of the world. Just like looking at rural Khmer Cambodians (descendants of the Khasis), you would not imagine that they set up the mighty Khmer Empire and the great, magnificent Angkor Wat visited by millions of tourists annually. Many Khmer words come from the Khasi language. 'Jngai' in Khmer comes from the Khasi word ‘Jngai' meaning 'far away' in English. 'Thmei' in Khmer comes from 'Thmai' or 'Thmei' in Khasi meaning 'New' in English and so on. Many Khasis and Jaintias have become Christians converted by Welsh, Irish, English, Scottish, Germans, Italians, Spanish, French, American and Maltese missionaries. But a significant size of the population remain with their ancient Khasi religion KA NIAM KHASI OR NIAM TRE, the oldest living religion of the world. The origin and ancient migrations of the Khasi people https://www.magzter.com/news/700/1992/122017/dopm0. See the following video on the Root of the Caucasus mountains - Kroy Khasis https://youtu.be/lRMUKTBXbMA The following Map shows how humans migrated. Follow the arrow to see how the Khasis arrived at Khasi Hills 57000 years ago. https://youtu.be/CJdT6QcSbQ0 The name of this British tribal chief descends from proto-Celtic Kassi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassivellaunus Lawrence A. Waddell writes below that Kassi or Cassi was the title used by the first Phoenician dynasty. See the images of Cassi / Khasi coins used by early Britons. https://books.google.com/books/about/The_Phoenician_Origin_of_Britons_Scots_a.html?id=WFEoDQAAQBAJ Read on in Part 3
Views: 203 Bah Bah
The Celts Blood Iron And Sacrifice With Alice Roberts And Neil Oliver - Episode 1 of 3
 
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The 1st episode of the BBC 2 serie "The Celts: Blood, iron and sacrifice"
Views: 418585 Bart Verheyen
Brexit won't derail Learning Technologies' £50mln ambition - CEO
 
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Jonathan Satchell, chief executive of Learning Technologies Group plc (LON:LTG), says as the UK remains a predominantly services-based economy, Brexit won’t have an effect on large strategic contracts such as its recently won civil service learning contract. Satchell stresses that in good and bad economic times organisations need to ensure their employees are performing at optimum levels and education assists with this. Post-Brexit referendum there are immediate foreign exchange challenges, but none that will derail the company’s ambitions to building an international business with revenues in excess of £50 million plus. “We are on a significant journey here. We have identified targets, or certainly capabilities and territories that we want to occupy, and we are not going to allow the hopefully relatively short to medium term nature of the currency situation to affect our strategy because we think it’s very important to continue with what we’re doing.” The company’s ambitions lie in the USA where it has bought Rustici Software and taken a 27% investment in Watershed Systems Inc.
England & Wales Travel Skills
 
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Rick Steves European Travel Talk | In this travel talk, Rick Steves explores the cultural hubs of London, Bath, and York; as well as the rural charms of the Cotswolds and Lake District; the historical thrills of places like Canterbury, Dover, and Warwick; and the rugged beauty of North Wales. Download the PDF handout for this class: http://goo.gl/5N85I7 Subscribe at http://goo.gl/l6qjuS for more new travel talks! (Disclaimer: Any special promotions mentioned are no longer valid.)
Richard Jose "Time and Tide" Victor Talking Machine Company 1904 rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as his very rare "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 12 Tim Gracyk
tin ore mining equipment cone crusher factory supplier price for sale in Tanzania zenith
 
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website :http://www.crushersuppliers.com/ http://www.sanbaocrushers.com/ Shanghai Mingshan Luqiao Machinery Manufacturing Co. Ltd. is a specialized manufacturing and sale company integrating development, production, series sale and after-sale services of various crushers into an entity, which falls into area of "High-&-New Tech. Enterprise" in the industry of building materials. The Company owns fixed assets up to RMB Eighty Five Millions(85,000,000)over and occupies building areas of more than twenty thousand square meters (20,000 m2) for office facilities, R & D center, and plant shops. The Company has so far been equipped with a technical force of over thirty engineering people, including senior engineers, which has been training a technically powerful and skilled workers, thus making the Company full of prosperity and vitality. To cater to the needs of the varying market and satisfy the clients' demand, the Company has developed quite a few advanced equipment and patented products such as jaw and powerful impact crushers, Superfine energy-saving crushers, efficient "Two-in-One" crushers, Single section hammer crushes and PCM Series high efficient vertical pulverizing mill etc., based on the acquisition of advanced foreign technology. The Company has a strong technical force, advanced production facilities, and excellent testing equipment, which enable it to produce outstanding performance of the products, attract clients all over China and export to Southeast Asian countries. The Company was honored as the "2003-2004 Advanced Model Unit with Creditable Quality of All-China Building Material Industry" issued by Building Material Committee of China Quality Inspection & Testing Association and also rated as "AAA" Model Unit in terms of quality, services and credit by China Quality Evaluation Center. "San Bao" Brand Crusher Series manufactured by our company has been awarded as the title of "Creditable Quality Product for China Building Material Industry" by Building Material Committee of China Quality Inspection & Testing Association, the title of "Top Ten Brand of Chinese Branded Crushers" by China Market Brand Strategy Management Union; and rated as "2000-2005 All-China Accepted Product on Stable Quality" by China Quality Inspection & Testing Association as well as the title of " China famous Brand" rated for by a joint committee of China Consumer Benefit Protection & Promotion Association, China Famous Brand Development & Promotion Association and China famous Brand & Market Specialists Committee. The Company was accredited with ISO9001 quality system certification in 2005 and 2000 international quality system certification. In the past years, "San Bao Brand Crusher Series" Has been won over credit and appreciation from the extensive clients and customers both at home and abroad with its feature of high-&-new technology, secured quality, reasonable price, good reputation and considerable services. The Company will continue as always to implement the Company's Motto " Customers above all, Quality First and Creation for Superpassing" and follow the service approach of " Sincerity and Truth, Mutual Benefit for Win-Win Result" by offering high-quality equipment and good services to customers so that the customers may enjoy themselves with the first-class product and satisfactory services and the Company may fulfill her objective for continued efforts to satisfaction of the customers. global market: North America: Canda Oceania: Australia, New Zewland,Papua New Guinea Afica : Angola,Kenya, Algeria, Madagascar,Chad, Nigeria, Congo, south Africa, Djibouti, Sudan, Egypt , Tanzania.Ghana, Uganda, Guinea, Morocco, zinbabwe Latin America: Chile, Panama, peru Europe: vietnam. Indonesia,German, India, Spanish, Thailand, cambodia, Poland, Djibouti, Indonesia, Bangladesh , Burma, Saudi Arabia, Hungary, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia Crusher Jaw Crusher Spring Cone Crusher Impact Crusher Single Cylinder Hydraulic Cone Crusher Sand Making Machine Vertical Shaft Impact Crusher Super-fineness Energy Saving Crusher High-efficient two-in-one Crusher Sand Gravel Washer Feeding and Screening ... Vibrating Grizzly Feeder Circular Vibrating Screen DT Fixed Belt Conveyor Crushing and Screening... Proposals of 50-500TPH Stone Crusher & Screening Product Line Proposals of 30-500TPH Stone Crusher & Screening Product Line
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Richard Jose "May, Sweet May" (January 12, 1904) Victor Talking Machine Company rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. Edward Le Roy Rice states in Monarchs of Minstrelsy (Kenny Publishing Company, 1911) that Leighton--born in Bradford, England--"has a peculiarly pleasing high-tenor voice." The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 34 Tim Gracyk
Richard Jose "Time and Tide" Victor Talking Machine Company 1904 rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as his very rare "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 1699 Tim Gracyk
Diggers & Dealers: An outlook from the Coal Face
 
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Well, last week I got to visit the 2009 Diggers and Dealers convention in Kalgoorlie. Its a three day event and we saw probably 40 companies presenting and quite a few others with booths there telling their stories, selling their wares and allowing us to catch up with whats gone on over the past year. The thing about going to Diggers & Dealers and listening to those companies presenting, particularly if theyre the companies youre quite familiar with, is that you can see the significant progress that has been made over the last 12 months, despite the volatility that we saw over the 2nd half of last year, most of the companies have really been able to achieve a lot. Thats either consolidating tenements, building new mines, increasing their reserves through exploration, looking at other exploration thats lead to new discoveries. I was particularly impressed with what had been achieved in terms of consolidation of tenements and also exploration. Some really good companies have shown that they have been able to make excellent progress over the last year. In terms of what was on therethe Iron Ore sector is becoming quite significant, instead of it just being BHP and Rio, and one or two others, theres a plethora of players and its difficult to assess whats the best value, but we know that there are a number of groups out there that do look to have good operations and provide excellent relative value. There are a number of companies which are looking at 1-2million tons per annum project developments often with a partner, often with a Chinese partner, fitting in with existing infrastructure or being able to tie in with a bigger player. Were also seeing the development of some new standalone projects requiring infrastructure developments. Things that I did like there were Grange Resources, with its project in Tasmania (the pelletised Iron Ore), that projects been running for about 40 years so its had a long history, but its still running at about 1.5 million tones and theyve got another project, which they would like to develop along the same lines around Albany. So that looks really quite exciting. A little company called BC Iron looks very interesting with its projects, which start up quite soon, a JV with FMG. And the other one that I liked, Flinders Mines with potential of a very very large resource. These companies I think have got excellent valuations and investment arithmetic that makes them look particularly good. On the nickel side where weve seen more exploration in those brown field sites, great performances by Mincore, Independence , Western Areas, and of course that new entrant Mirabella. Nickel prices touched $20,000 a tonne again this week, and it looks as if well probably see better nickel prices going forward, as we go into the second half of the year after the northern hemisphere holiday. Those sorts of companies that I mentioned, I think are extremely well placed, Mincore in particular Good earnings, good cost structure, strong addition to resources, exploration has been impressive. On the Gold side, again, the feature there was consolidation of tenements, and development of new projects , exploration, Norton Goldfields look very very good, Integra looks outstanding, Avoca looks outstanding, and we saw things outside of Western Australia, with the development in the Northern Territory around Tennant Creek with companies like Emerson Resources and Westgold and little Truscott Mining which sort of fits in there, those companies I think are redeveloping areas that have only been treated very shallowly with exploration in terms of drilling depth, but more importantly, there hasnt been much exploration for over 20 years, despite the level of gold price that we have seen in recent times. That consolidation is also taking place in other parts of the country, but Tennant Creek area looks really interesting, and that stuff around Kalgoorlie. In terms of copper, we saw a really good story from Ivanhoe Australia, obviously with its Molybdenum-rhenium project as part of a copper area, consolidation of tenements again, new exploration programs that are actually spending money drilling, and they look particularly good. We also saw PanAust and Equinox with projects in Laos and Zambia respectively, new companies, companies going places and growing with good long term futures. Also I went to see Clancy Exploration, a company we floated a couple of years ago, theyre doing some very good work in New South Wales, it looks good. As far as the other players, lots of action I think, but the themes are consolidation of tenements, making stronger companies, more exploration, exploration dollars will bring success as people look deeper things.
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Cornwall
 
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Cornwall is a ceremonial county and unitary authority of England, within the United Kingdom. Cornwall is a peninsula bordered to the north and west by the Celtic Sea, to the south by the English Channel, and to the east by the county of Devon, over the River Tamar. Cornwall has a population of 536,000 and covers an area of 3,563 km2 . The administrative centre, and only city in Cornwall, is Truro, although the town of St Austell has the largest population. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Public domain image source in video
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The Butter Thieves at The Eden Project Harvest Festival
 
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The Butter Thieves at The Eden Project Harvest Festival. Members of the Eden Team got together and formed the group.
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Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170
 
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Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170. Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in the 1890s, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 39 Tim Gracyk
Richard Jose "May, Sweet May" (January 12, 1904) Victor Talking Machine Company rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. Edward Le Roy Rice states in Monarchs of Minstrelsy (Kenny Publishing Company, 1911) that Leighton--born in Bradford, England--"has a peculiarly pleasing high-tenor voice." The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 26 Tim Gracyk
Europe for Foodies with Cameron Hewitt | Rick Steves Travel Talks
 
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Rick Steves' Europe guidebook co-author (and foodie) Cameron Hewitt explains how food is a window into the culture, history, and landscape of a place...and it's delicious, too. Equal parts inspirational and informative, this travel talk explains how food and culture are interrelated, and how age-old European food concepts have become newly trendy stateside. Cameron also offers practical tips on how to find memorable restaurants, navigate European dining and drinking customs, track down affordable street food, and take part in foodie experiences like cooking classes and agriturismo visits. Planning a trip to Europe? You’ll find lots of free travel information at https://www.ricksteves.com. For Cameron's foodie blog, visit https://blog.ricksteves.com/cameron/category/food/ Recorded on March 3, 2018 • Rick Steves' Europe Travel Center Written and Presented by Cameron Hewitt Produced by Cameron Hewitt Filmed and Edited by Zen Wolfang Photography by Cameron Hewitt, Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli, Rick Steves, and others Graphics by Heather Locke and Rhonda Pelikan © 2018 Rick Steves' Europe, Inc. www.ricksteves.com
Lake District, The Complete Tour, England
 
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The Lake District in northwest England is a very popular holiday destination, famous for lakes, forests, mountains and quaint villages. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2017. We are staying in Bowness-on-Windermere for several days of fun excursions. Click to Subscribe http://bit.ly/2pmdyeu http://tourvideos.com/ our tour arranged by: http://www.mountain-goat.com Four of the top activities are exploring the towns, taking boat rides, do a little nature walking, and take a driving tour of the region to see the other nearby lakes and quaint villages. Most of our program takes place during a van tour of the lakes that visits 10 different lakes, including Brotherswater, Derwent Water, Grasmere, Ullswater and Windermere. On the van ride we also take a walk in the village of Grasmere, famous for William Wordsworth. You will be amazed by Castlerigg Stone Circle, 4500 years old, one of the area’s historic gems. Then we take a lunch stop in Keswick, whilst exploring the traditional Lakeland market town. We also do a Lake Cruise, enjoying uninterrupted views of the Lakeland fells from Derwent Water. You can pick from a variety of kinds of excursion boats on Lake Windermere: you can have a one-hour cruise or go for an all-day expedition. You could enjoy a cruise with dinner, there are hydrofoils, rowboats or sailboats for rent -- all kinds of nautical activities exist here on the shores of Lake Windermere. By the end of the 18th century the region was already becoming popular with visitors and this has steadily grown to the point where today nearly 20 million annual visitors enjoy the beauties of this special place. This huge amount of tourists can be a challenge to deal with in your visit, but you will find the beauties of the natural landscapes make your efforts quite worthwhile. In this show we have useful suggestions to help your planning. Summer season is obviously most crowded and brings with it the best weather with least chances of rain, so take your chances, but we suggest the shoulder season, like the visit shown here which was during May, a perfect time to visit. We never felt inconvenienced by any crowds. After all, facilities like hotels and restaurants are able to handle the peak crowds of summer, so if you are here in May, with proper reservations at a decent hotel, you will have no problems. Of course the summer is when everybody wants to be here but we find that May is ideal. You’ll need to spend at least several nights in the area this to really get a chance to see the charming countryside, explore some towns, go shopping, and perhaps enjoy some fine dining. This is actually two towns joined together as one: Windermere is a mile to the north and Bowness-on-Windermere lies along the shores of the lake. Each center has its cluster of shops and restaurants, but the main focus is down at Bowness, which has most of the hotels and that special setting along the water. The town of Bowness is a good base of operations for heading out to see the other lakes in the district and enjoying some day tours as we will be doing. Windermere is the largest and the longest lake in the British Isles, about 10 miles long with a 24-mile circumference, and there are several villages along the shores of the lake. We see Lake Windermere the easy way, on a boat ride. We are travelling in mid-May and ran into some great weather. And actually it’s quite pleasant the temperature here is in the low 70s there is a slight breeze on the lake but not terribly windy. a most pleasant day. The temperature is pleasant enough that it’s comfortable to sit outside, After all you want the view -- that’s why we’re enjoying this boat ride, to have a look at this charming rolling countryside along the shores of the lake of Windermere. Some of us decided to get off the boat at Ambleside which is one of the main small towns here in the Lake Country. There's a level nature trail from the boat dock to Ambleside town passing first through an open meadow with some Roman ruins visible, and then along beautiful stream. We also get to see the sheep frolicking around. The walk only took about the walk only took about 30 minutes. We came upon foundations of ancient Roman buildings. From such forts the Romans could control hundreds of square miles. the army was staffed in part by Roman soldiers and mercenaries, some of them from Yugoslavia. Roman rule began in Britain back in A.D. 43. A massive army of 40,000 soldiers quickly conquered most of the island and Romans remained in control for the next 300 years. When the path follows along the stream it becomes so beautiful, lined with wildflowers, that you feel you stepped into some kind of movie or dream. Those few minutes became one of the top highlights of the three-week tour of the British Isles. A simple walk through the woods could provide a transcendental experience.
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Strategic Minerals MD says smaller scale projects “just right for business”
 
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The managing director of Strategic Minerals (LON:SML), John Peters, is confident that the firm’s focus on smaller, low cost mining projects will prove profitable in the medium term. The mining group recently told investors at its annual meeting it wanted to acquire smaller resource projects with near term cash flows,. The aim is to become a profitable, dividend paying mining company in two to three years by taking on projects which are reasonably cheap and easy to put into production. Since the end of 2014, Strategic has bought a New Zealand coal mine (Tatu) while due diligence is underway on a second coal mine in China.
Strategic Minerals identifies new nickel sulphide prospects at Hanns Camp
 
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Strategic Minerals PLC's (LON:SML) Alan Broome tells Proactive that the firm has identified three new nickel sulphide prospects at its Hanns Camp prospect in Western Australia. A review of the data by nickel specialist Dr Martin Gole along with the company’s consultant geologist Graeme Purcell has confirmed the potential for lava channel embayment’s in the ultramafic rocks for nickel sulphide mineralisation. Following the results, the company will conduct ground-based electromagnetic surveys across all three targets, which is expected to be undertaken and reported on within the December 2018 quarter.
Nappily Ever After | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix
 
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Violet Jones has a seemingly flawless life – a great job, a handsome doctor boyfriend, and a meticulously maintained perfect coiffure. But after an accident at the hair-dresser, each of these things start to unravel, and Violet begins to realize that she was living the life she thought she was supposed to live, not the one that she really wanted. Starring Sanaa Lathan, Ricky Whittle, Lyriq Bent with Ernie Hudson and Lynn Whitfield. Nappily Ever After premieres September 21st only on Netflix. Watch Nappily Ever After on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/in/title/80189630 SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/29qBUt7 About Netflix: Netflix is the world's leading internet entertainment service with 130 million memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. Connect with Netflix Online: Visit Netflix WEBSITE: http://nflx.it/29BcWb5 Like Netflix Kids on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/NetflixFamily Like Netflix on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/29kkAtN Follow Netflix on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/29gswqd Follow Netflix on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/29oO4UP Follow Netflix on TUMBLR: http://bit.ly/29kkemT Nappily Ever After | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix http://youtube.com/netflix
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Richard Jose "May, Sweet May" (January 12, 1904)  Victor Talking Machine Company rare countertenor
 
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Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. Edward Le Roy Rice states in Monarchs of Minstrelsy (Kenny Publishing Company, 1911) that Leighton--born in Bradford, England--"has a peculiarly pleasing high-tenor voice." The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in 1892, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
Views: 459 Tim Gracyk
Emma Ike Agu's indefatigable, highly professional, unpurchasable, says Cliford Iroanya
 
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Biafra:African FM's one of the greatest blessings we have, CLIFORD IROANYA Clifford Chukwuemeka Iroanya, the Cordinator of Cordinators of IPOB, LTD...In his words... Thank you Mazi Emma Ike Agu, the only indefatigable, highly professional, em, em, very very unpurchasable, em, friend of Biafra here in the United States, practicing his profession, very well here in the United States. In a very professional and neutral manner, not minding, that he comes from that part of the world, but he sees things objectively, thank you for giving me this time. We have been fortunate to have African FM, that is one of the greatest blessings we have. Neutral professional Radio Station like African FM. I'm not saying this to curry favor or for you to be given me airtime...The truth of the matter is African FM is very very Professional.Irrespective of the fact that you out there, you are from the place where our people are being oppressed, but you look at things objectively. What I'm saying is that we are blessed with stations like yours, so, we are leveraging that. To do what... enlighten the world and hold Buhari and his gestapo DSS ( that is the new name I gave them) you are a learned man and you know where Gestapo comes from) So so, we are leveraging on the availability of professionals and neutral and facts finding radio station and other media Organizations like African FM to expose all the evil plans of Buhari and his Gestapo DSS. ...Clifford Chukwuemeka Iroanya, responding to Emma Ike Agu on African FM world Service. From Emma Ike Agu... Clifford Iroanya despite his shortcomings, I took him as my brother. There were days we argued, chatted, had heated debates. Things went smoothly for both of us, and this dude can never swear on his father's grave that I work for Buhari or that Emma ike Agu is anti- Biafra freedom. I fell out with his rascality, impatience and lack of respect for Igbo elders. Some days we all shall be elders. How does it feel watching the youths insulting men who are old enough to become our parents? This dude agreed with me to talk to his followers, to cool down, only to backtrack. He ruined our relationship when he refused to answer to issues Mazi Ikedife raised after his group went after the man. So, because my organization investigated the whole matter, seeing that the result would not favor them, IPOB LTD started blackmailing me. We would have sorted this whole thing via email, curse each other and resolve it as men do until, a man recorded where Uche Mefor was calling me names. These men equally gave out my phone numbers, I have over 40 hate messages and death threats. Thousands of evidence abound on my FACEBOOK Page. This entire matter will only be settled through a court of law. We are talking about LIFE HERE!
Views: 417 New York Nigeria
Richard Jose sings Paul Dresser hymn "Glory to God" Victor Talking Machine Company 1904
 
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Jose recorded several hymns, which suited his high voice wonderfully. Richard Jose's story reads like a Horatio Alger tale: a penniless boy rises to the top of his profession, enjoying renown and even fortune. His wife Therese (he married Therese Shreve of Carson City, Nevada on July 20, 1898) recalled in an article written for The Pony Express, a publication she edited, that Harry Von Tilzer presented her with "a huge sunburst diamond broach" in gratitude for her husband making a hit of the 1900 song "A Bird In a Gilded Cage." She says Charles K. Harris likewise presented a diamond necklace in gratitude for her husband's help in popularizing "After the Ball." Unfortunately, Therese is given to exaggeration and overstatement, and all her statements should be take with a grain of salt. Jose worked closely with composer Paul Dresser. In his 1944 book They All Had Glamour, Edward Marks lists many Dresser songs popularized by Jose. Therese Jose stated her husband even went into the publishing business with Dresser. Oscar Lewis' history of San Francisco's Palace Hotel, titled Bonanza Inn, tells of an Examiner reporter late for an interview with the famous conductor Walter Damrosch because the reporter had been detained elsewhere by the beauty of Jose singing to the accompaniment of Dresser himself. The reporter was too caught up in the music--"hypnotized," he announced--to be on time. The reporter's first words to the famous Wagnerian conductor were of praise for the beauty of Jose singing Dresser's "A Mother's Grave." The History of Boston Theatre, published in 1908, records that when Jose left a Boston stage after singing on the night of April 5, 1891 (he sang encore after encore), the happy audience rose en masse and likewise left the theatre--despite the fact that several other numbers remained on the program, including the popular Rigoletto quartet. Historian Charles Hamm states in Yesterdays that Jose's instinct for a hit was not perfect. When given the chance in 1892 to introduce Charles Harris' new "After the Ball," Jose at first advised Harris that an earlier tune called "Kiss and Let's Make Up" was superior. Jose was with the Primrose and West Minstrels at that time. He was born in England in the Cornish village Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows Jose as being born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates. Jose's wife cites 1869 in her account of the singer's life in a 1968 edition of The Pony Express though a 1978 edition of the same corrects the year to 1862. The singer's 1941 death certificate cites 1872, off by ten years. Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling and indicates how Jose is pronounced in Cornwall, where it is an ordinary name. Although Victor catalogs give a Spanish pronunciation ("hoh-zay") and the singer evidently adopted this pronunciation at some point in his career, this name in Cornwall is pronounced to rhyme with "rose"--that is, "Joe's." There is no accent mark in the large "Jose" on the singer's tombstone, but Jose himself used an accent mark when signing his name. His father, Richard Jose senior, was a copper miner who died in late 1876. Jose emigrated to Nevada in search of an uncle after the father's death. Some accounts depict him as a mere boy when he emigrated, a myth Jose himself and later his wife Therese promoted, with Jose's obituary in The Billboard giving the age as eight. However, he was fourteen or possibly older when he emigrated. He never located the uncle but he found a home in Nevada among Cornish miners who welcomed the fellow emigrant. He became an apprentice to a distant uncle who was a Reno blacksmith at Fourth and Sierra streets, William J. Luke. Jose is still called "The Singing Blacksmith" by history buffs in Reno and Virginia City, Nevada. Jose was largely untrained as a singer. Although the singer's wife recalls that Jose's father played the organ and sang in the village church, the only real instruction may have been in Jose's teen years when, according to Arthur Cecil Todd's 1967 book The Cornish Miner in America, one Bishop Whitaker arranged for singing lessons in Reno. Although some sources suggest that Jose's career took off in Sacramento with Charlie Reed's Minstrels, Jose had considerable experience earlier in Reno and elsewhere. A newsreporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal of life in Nevada from 1849 to 1903. The journals were published in three volumes in 1973, and several references to Dick Jose's singing in Nevada show that Doten was an early enthusiast.
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Timeline of New Zealand history | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Timeline of New Zealand history 00:00:12 1 Prehistory (to 1000 CE) 00:01:16 2 Pre-colonial time (1000 to 1839) 00:01:28 2.1 1000 to 1600 00:02:32 2.2 17th century 00:03:31 2.3 18th century 00:05:40 2.4 Early 19th century; 1801–1839 00:10:27 3 Colony and self-government (1840 to 1946) 00:10:39 3.1 1840s 00:13:19 3.2 1850s 00:15:05 3.3 1860s 00:18:20 3.4 1870s 00:20:33 3.5 1880s 00:22:59 3.6 1890s 00:25:23 3.7 1900s 00:27:51 3.8 1910s 00:30:46 3.9 1920s 00:32:32 3.10 1930s 00:35:29 3.11 1940 to 1946 00:39:21 4 Full independence (1947 to 1983) 00:39:33 4.1 1947 to 1949 00:40:57 4.2 1950s 00:43:36 4.3 1960s 00:46:16 4.4 1970s 00:50:07 4.5 1980s 00:51:08 5 Restructuring (1984 to date) 00:51:19 5.1 1984 to 1989 00:55:18 5.2 1990s 01:00:56 5.3 2000s 01:04:35 5.4 2010s 01:07:14 6 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ You can upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= This is a timeline of the history of New Zealand that includes only events deemed to be of principal importance – for less important events click the year heading or refer to List of years in New Zealand.
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Peat Loaf at the Glasgow Ferry
 
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My first gig with Peat Loaf in 4 years with just 4 days notice.
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Richard Jose sings Paul Dresser hymn "Glory to God" Victor Talking Machine Company 1904
 
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Jose recorded several hymns, which suited his high voice wonderfully. Richard Jose's story reads like a Horatio Alger tale: a penniless boy rises to the top of his profession, enjoying renown and even fortune. His wife Therese (he married Therese Shreve of Carson City, Nevada on July 20, 1898) recalled in an article written for The Pony Express, a publication she edited, that Harry Von Tilzer presented her with "a huge sunburst diamond broach" in gratitude for her husband making a hit of the 1900 song "A Bird In a Gilded Cage." She says Charles K. Harris likewise presented a diamond necklace in gratitude for her husband's help in popularizing "After the Ball." Unfortunately, Therese is given to exaggeration and overstatement, and all her statements should be take with a grain of salt. Jose worked closely with composer Paul Dresser. In his 1944 book They All Had Glamour, Edward Marks lists many Dresser songs popularized by Jose. Therese Jose stated her husband even went into the publishing business with Dresser. Oscar Lewis' history of San Francisco's Palace Hotel, titled Bonanza Inn, tells of an Examiner reporter late for an interview with the famous conductor Walter Damrosch because the reporter had been detained elsewhere by the beauty of Jose singing to the accompaniment of Dresser himself. The reporter was too caught up in the music--"hypnotized," he announced--to be on time. The reporter's first words to the famous Wagnerian conductor were of praise for the beauty of Jose singing Dresser's "A Mother's Grave." The History of Boston Theatre, published in 1908, records that when Jose left a Boston stage after singing on the night of April 5, 1891 (he sang encore after encore), the happy audience rose en masse and likewise left the theatre--despite the fact that several other numbers remained on the program, including the popular Rigoletto quartet. Historian Charles Hamm states in Yesterdays that Jose's instinct for a hit was not perfect. When given the chance in 1892 to introduce Charles Harris' new "After the Ball," Jose at first advised Harris that an earlier tune called "Kiss and Let's Make Up" was superior. Jose was with the Primrose and West Minstrels at that time. He was born in England in the Cornish village Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows Jose as being born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates. Jose's wife cites 1869 in her account of the singer's life in a 1968 edition of The Pony Express though a 1978 edition of the same corrects the year to 1862. The singer's 1941 death certificate cites 1872, off by ten years. Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling and indicates how Jose is pronounced in Cornwall, where it is an ordinary name. Although Victor catalogs give a Spanish pronunciation ("hoh-zay") and the singer evidently adopted this pronunciation at some point in his career, this name in Cornwall is pronounced to rhyme with "rose"--that is, "Joe's." There is no accent mark in the large "Jose" on the singer's tombstone, but Jose himself used an accent mark when signing his name. His father, Richard Jose senior, was a copper miner who died in late 1876. Jose emigrated to Nevada in search of an uncle after the father's death. Some accounts depict him as a mere boy when he emigrated, a myth Jose himself and later his wife Therese promoted, with Jose's obituary in The Billboard giving the age as eight. However, he was fourteen or possibly older when he emigrated. He never located the uncle but he found a home in Nevada among Cornish miners who welcomed the fellow emigrant. He became an apprentice to a distant uncle who was a Reno blacksmith at Fourth and Sierra streets, William J. Luke. Jose is still called "The Singing Blacksmith" by history buffs in Reno and Virginia City, Nevada. Jose was largely untrained as a singer. Although the singer's wife recalls that Jose's father played the organ and sang in the village church, the only real instruction may have been in Jose's teen years when, according to Arthur Cecil Todd's 1967 book The Cornish Miner in America, one Bishop Whitaker arranged for singing lessons in Reno. Although some sources suggest that Jose's career took off in Sacramento with Charlie Reed's Minstrels, Jose had considerable experience earlier in Reno and elsewhere. A newsreporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal of life in Nevada from 1849 to 1903. The journals were published in three volumes in 1973, and several references to Dick Jose's singing in Nevada show that Doten was an early enthusiast.
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Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170
 
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LYRICS: Why don't they sing the old songs now, the dear old song of yore? The songs we sang in happier days now gone for ever more...Give me a strain of Bonnie Doon..." Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170. Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded."
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Strategic Minerals PLC expects tin to make a comeback
 
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You might be forgiven for thinking that tin has had its day, but John Peters, managing director of Strategic Minerals PLC (LON:SML) begs to differ. The company has kicked off the process of building a 50% stake in a tin/tungsten project in Cornwall by paying £105k for a 9% stake in the Redmoor business. Peters said the tin price has been on a decent run of late and looks set for a resurgence in the short to medium term. Taking the Redmoor stake up to 50% will cost £945,000, Peters told Proactive Investors, and that would essentially pay for the next round of drilling. Strategic has until the end of this calendar year to exercise its option to raise its stake. “Our crunch period for deciding which way we’ll go [on the deal] is probably September or October,” Peters said. Peters also welcomed the appointment of experienced financier Peter Wale as a non-executive director, who is the second largest shareholder in the company. Peters, speaking from the other side of the world, said that having a peripatetic management, “the thing that the company has really missed … is someone that has their finger on the pulse in the UK,” and that Wale would provide that, which would prove useful in keeping an eye on things down in Cornwall.
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - FULL AudioBook (by Kenneth Grahame) | Greatest Audio Books V2
 
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THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - FULL AudioBook (by Kenneth Grahame) | Greatest AudioBooks V2 🌟 S P E C I A L O F F E R 🌟 ► try Audiobooks .com 🎧 for FREE! http://affiliates.audiobooks.com/tracking/scripts/click.php?a_aid=5b8c26085f4b8 ► S H O P great books & gifts: https://www.amazon.com/shop/GreatestAudioBooks This much-loved story follows a group of animal friends in the English countryside as they pursue adventure ... and as adventure pursues them! The chief characters - Mole, Rat, and Toad - generally lead upbeat and happy lives, but their tales are leavened with moments of terror, homesickness, awe, madcap antics, and derring-do. Although classed as children's literature, The Wind in the Willows holds a gentle fascination for adults too. The vocabulary is decidedly not "Dick and Jane", and a reader with a love of words will find new ones to treasure, even if well-equipped for the journey. Parents will appreciate the themes of loyalty, manners, self-restraint, and comradeship which are evident throughout the book. When the characters err, they are prompt to acknowlege it, and so a reading of this book can model good behavior to children, who will otherwise be enchanted with the many ways in which the lives of these bucolic characters differ from modern life. This book was so successful that it enabled the author to retire from banking and take up a country life somewhat like that of his creations. It has been adapted for screen, stage, and even a ride at the original Disneyland. (Summary by Mark F. Smith) ►F A C E B O O K: http://www.Facebook.com/GreatestAudioBooks ►T W I T T E R : https://www.twitter.com/GAudioBooks ► S U B S C R I B E to Greatest Audio Books: http://www.youtube.com/GreatestAudioBooks 🌟 F R E E 30 day Audible Audiobooks Trial: https://amzn.to/2Iu08SE 🌟 B U Y T-SHIRTS & MORE: http://bit.ly/1akteBP 🌟 F R E E Audiobooks .com 🎧 30 day trial: http://affiliates.audiobooks.com/tracking/scripts/click.php?a_aid=5b8c26085f4b8 - READ along by clicking (CC) for Closed Caption Transcript! - LISTEN to the entire audiobook for free! Chapter listing and length: 01 - The River Bank -- 00:29:55 02 - The Open Road -- 00:29:35 03 - The Wild Wood -- 00:29:56 04 - Mr. Badger -- 00:30:56 05 - Dolce Dolmum -- 00:38:00 06 - Mr. Toad -- 00:32:15 07 - The Piper at the Gates of Dawn -- 00:27:12 08 - Toad's Adventures -- 00:33:31 09 - Wayfarers All -- 00:43:41 10 - The Further Adventures of Toad -- 00:39:54 11 - 'Like Summer Tempests Came His Tears' -- 00:40:16 12 - The Return of Ulysses -- 00:31:53 #audiobook #audiobooks #freeaudiobooks #greatestaudiobooks V2 Total running time: 6:47:04 Read by Mark F. Smith In addition to the reader, this audio book was produced by: Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Annie Coleman Rothenberg This video: Copyright 2013. Greatest Audio Books. All Rights Reserved. Audio content is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate and an affiliate with other select companies we earn from qualifying purchases. Your purchases through affiliate links help to generate revenue for this channel. Thank you for your support.
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Africa # 2   1992    by Barb & Ernie's Film production
 
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Everybody out there,thank you for your positive review about our first dry with a video camera in 1992. God how time fly's. This video shows you Hell's Gate in Kenya. Keep watching as we will be going to the Masai Mara and Serengeti and visiting a Masai Village and a sponsored Canadian School. What a trip we had. Barb & Ernie [email protected]
Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170
 
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Richard Jose sings "Dear Old Songs," recorded on January 12, 1904, and issued on Victor 31170. Richard Jose was first to be identified on records as a "countertenor" though he might not have been the first to make records. Harry Leighton is identified as an "alto" in a mid-1890s cylinder catalog. The terms "alto" and "contra-tenor" were used more often in the 1890s than "counter-tenor." On the cover of sheet music for Monroe R. Rosenfeld's "Remember Your Father and Mother" (1890) is this line: "Written for and sung by America's Most Famous Alto, Mr. Richard José." Most of Jose's discs, including the earliest with Monarch and Deluxe labels (Victor used these words on early ten- and twelve-inch discs, respectively), identify him as "counter-tenor" though on some labels Jose is identified as "tenor." It appears that Jose was billed as a tenor, not a countertenor, in minstrel shows and vaudeville. The origins of the term "countertenor" are not known for certain but it may have referred to a voice part ("against the tenor"). In the earliest organum were contratenor altus (high against the tenor) and contratenor bassus (low against the tenor). Countertenors are sometimes called altos because they originally sang alto parts, alto meaning "high." A countertenor's pitch is similar to the female contralto's. Whereas nearly all modern countertenors rely on falsetto, which is a "head voice" with little or no chest resonance, Jose as well as recording artist Will Oakland achieved an unusually high range without reliance on falsetto, instead using full lung power. Each singer was a naturally high-placed tenor (another was Russell Oberlin, leading American countertenor of the 1950s and 1960s). Jose could color his voice's tone in a way that is difficult for anyone using falsetto. No singer relying on falsetto could have produced the volume needed to fill concert halls, as Jose did. Newspapers at the time insisted that Jose had the voice of a boy, which may have been true in terms of tone. A difference is that Jose could project his voice and be heard throughout an auditorium as no boy soprano could. The countertenor voice was much valued centuries ago (as was the castrato), especially in the 1600s and early 1700s. English composer Henry Purcell was reportedly a countertenor. Such singing went out of fashion for various reasons, and no singers of the nineteenth century won fame as countertenors with the exception of Jose at the end of that century. His recording career was brief, from 1903 to 1906, but he had been popular on stage long before he made records, and he continued to give concerts after his recording career was over. A slim book titled "Silver Threads Among the Gold" in the Life of Richard J. Jose was written and self-published by Grace M. Wilkinson four years after Jose's death. The book's copyright date is February 8, 1945. Only once does Wilkinson refer to Jose as a countertenor: "His popularity in vaudeville as a contra-tenor was very much like that of Caruso in Italian grand opera." Almost nothing is said about Jose's singing techniques, but his range is noted: "Mr. Jose's compass was from D above middle C to E above high C." The book also notes that when he sang "Goodbye, Dolly Gray," Jose's principle "working note was high 'D,' two half?steps above the sacred high 'C' of Italian tenordom." He was born in England in a Cornish village, Lanner. His birth certificate, according to British researcher David Ivall, shows that Jose was born on June 5, 1862. Various sources give later dates but these rely on statements by Jose or his wife, both of whom wished him to seem younger than he was. Wilkinson refers to a home built in Lanner by Captain James Francis and writes, "In this home, all of Captain Francis' children were born. His daughter, Elizabeth...was now being courted by a young Spanish miner, Richard Jose. His ancestors had come from Spain to work in the tin mines at Cornwall." Jose's baptismal record is dated September 17, 1862, and gives the surname as "Joce." This is a phonetic spelling. Richard Jose senior was a copper miner who died in late 1876. The son, eldest of five children, traveled to Nevada to locate an uncle. A reporter from Virginia City, one Alfred Doten, kept a detailed journal, and The Journals of Alfred Doten, 1849-1903, published in three volumes in 1973, refer several times to Dick Jose's early singing career. Doten's journal entries suggest that Jose traveled in summer months. On July 4, 1887, two years after first mentioning Jose, Doten again refers to Jose, calling him "Reno's favorite tenor" and writes, "In response to encores and vociferous calls he sang 'Grandfather's Footsteps' in his clearest, sweetest, most sympathetic voice, and was rapturously applauded." He made brown wax cylinders in the 1890s, such as "Poor Blind Boy," which I posted elsewhere on youtube.
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