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Differentiate of Gregorian chants from troubadour music

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MIDDLE AGES. (5-14 c.) main purpose of religious music was to teach people the ideas of Christianity. Gregorian chants: singing of the christian church. Primitive polyphony (organum), ars antiqua & ars nova. Profane music: minstrels(travelling musicians) & troubadours. Instruments: flutes, lute, small percussion instr. Compo- Leonin & Perotin, polyphony. Alfonso x the wise: cantigas de santa maria.   RENAISSANCE. (15-16 c.) christian church divided into: catholic church (pope in rome) and protestant church (luther). Patrons of the art appear. Music becomes more human. Vocal music- protestant reformation: chorale (homophony and German). Catholic counter-reformation: motet & mass (counterpoint & latin). Profane music: madrigal-
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for taking out stitches? Suture scissors are used for
for giving injections?
Syringe and needle are used for
for exploring a wound?
a wound probe and sinus forceps
for handling sterile dressings?
dissecting/ dressing forceps
for cutting bandages? (Lister’s) bandage scissors
for removing clips? clip removing fórceps
for handling sterile instruments?
Cheatle’s forceps/ instrument handling forceps
A wound probe and sinus forceps are used for exploring a wound
Cheatle's forceps are used for
handling sterile instruments.
A syringe and needle are used for
giving injections.
Bandage scissors are used for
cutting bandages.
Dissecting forceps are used for
handling sterile dressings.
Suture scissors are used for
removing sutures.
Clip-removing forceps
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ABCDE religious

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Baroque art = artistic style emerged in Italy at the end of 16 th century , developed
during 17 th century and the beginning of the 18th century.
Characterised by its expressiveness , use of curved features and rich decoration.
Symbolised a break with the balanced and harmony of the Renaissance.
Catholic countries = it’s emergence was linked to the Counter-Reformation. Catholic
church aimed to used art to strengthen people’s faith.
Protestan countries= reformed churches faouvered a more austere style of art. Religion
was less influential and bourgeoisie were the main patrons of works of art.
Architecture = the buildings aimed to reflect a sense of movement .
Straight lines were abandoned in favour of =
Curved features , fragmental features , open
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ABCDE religious

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[7/3 18:06] ???????????? ☁️????: Oratorio similar dan ópera but is religious and catholic the text can from the new testament
In oratorio there are no dances  it represents during the event
Poison similar to an oratorio it only represents the dead of christ it was playing during the holy week
Cantana the name is music to visiting is composed Ford luterman religious and secular text has recitacións Arias and choruses
Instrumental music
Basso continuo it's a type of musical accompaniment it's played by harpschord it consists of a love Melody 
Concierto is a dialog between different groups of instruments 
Concert grasso the dialoge os between a small group of instruments

- "You say you want to die for love, but you know nothing of death, and know nothing of love

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Hate Me

Ellie GouldingJuice Wrld

Hate Me, hate me, still tryna replace me
Chase me, chase me, tell me how you hate me
Erase me, 'rase me, wish you never dated me
Lies, tell me lies, baby, tell me how you hate me

I bet You don't kiss her with your eyes closed
I bet you're still walking on a tightrope
Miss me so much, you've been goin' psycho
You ain't gotta say it, baby, I know (I know, I know, I know)

It's A thin line between all this love and hate
And if you switch sides, you're gon' have to claim your place
So baby, this time you're gon' have to seal your fate
Yeah baby, this time you're gon' have to seal your fate

And Tell me how you hate me, hate me, still tryna replace me
Chase me, chase me, tell me how you hate me
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ghgh

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Se ve repugnante : it is look revolting ! Yuck : asqueado,Fue un desastre : it was a disaster , No importa : never mind , Lo superarás ; You´ll get over it , Whoops :    Ten cuidado : Be careful! , Eso esta hecho : That´s done  , Que sorpresa tan agradable : What a nice surprise; Glotones : Greedy guts! , Suficiente para todos : enought to go round , Ya estamos otra vez : Here we go again !




Hi, I;m Edu, I;m from Don Benito. I like music, I;ve been to several concerts recently. The best one was
in Merida where my favorite singer Dani Martin performed. It was fantastic!!
I also like to play sports in my spare time, the one I practice most is soccer, my favorite team is Real
Madrid and I have been to the stadium several times, it is incredible
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jjoj

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Aimée Ann Duffy was born in 1984 in Wales.

She's usually known by her artistic name, “Duffy”. She's a Welsh singer-songwriter.

Duffy became famous at the age of 24 whenwhen her first album, Rockferry, went to number one in the UK Album Chart. It was the best-selling UK album in 2008 and 1.68 millions copies were sold. Mercy, the first single from the album, was number for five weeks. Last year, Duffy won the Grammy award for Best Pop Vocal Album and she was nominated for two other awards. Since then, she has performed live at concerts and festivals all cover the world. She has just released her second album. She is plannin a tour now.

Duffy is also involved in charity work. Recently, she recorded a song for the War Child Heroes charity album.

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Three stages of greek civilization

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This style originated from the small Italian states and was know as the Rebirth because it represented a recovery of classical culture.

Causes:the arrival of Greek scholar in Italy fleeing from Constantinople and bringing classical works. The presence of Roma’s artefactos and other archeological remains in Italy.
Stages:trecento14: first renaissance elements.The first artist giotto. Quattrocento15: took place in Florence. The most important architects were Brunelleschi and Alberti. Ghiberti and Donatello (sculptors) and Masaccio, Fran Angelico and Botticelli(painters). Cinqyecento16: Rome became the leading artistic centre. Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael belongs to this phase. Mannerism: started in 1530 in Italy. Harmony and proportion
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Prejuristification no acts

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The Baroque is the period coming after the Renaissance, and spans the 17th century to the mid-18th century. Musical scene, music is an indespensable element in every socila activity. Castrati were famous male singers from the poorer classes chosen for the beauty of their voices. Instrumentalists: violinists, organists and others. 1-Profane music was more popular and intrumental music became as important as vocal music. 2-The concerto, the toccata, sonata and fugue. 3-Porfane music: the opera. Religious music: the oratorio, cantata and passion. 1-Concerto grosso: 3 movements: fast-slow-fast, 2 groups of instruments: the tutti, grosso or ripieno, and passages played by the concertino. 2-Solo concerto: similar to the grosso, but the groups are
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ABCDE religious

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Antonio Vivaldi: the Red priest, Venetian, priest, virtuoso violinist, re-haired and music master.
Henry Purcell: a man before his time. Born into a family of musicians, and was Appointed copyist, and then he became an organist.
Johann Sebastian Bach: the father of music. A religious man that liked the little Pleasures of life. He was more appreciates as an organist than as a composer.
Georg Friederich Handel: The Great Bear. Son of a surgeon, his father wanted him to Be a lawyer, he learned music secretly, and when he performed on an organ, his Father agreed to pay for his further musical studies.
Jean- Baptiste Lully: the dancer who captivated the Sun King. Italian Born dancer and Violinist, later being appointed  as a 
composer of instrumental
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