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Sin título 1

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Taylor Alison Swift is an actress,singer and american composer of country music. She is known for looking like a beautiful princess because og her long blond hair and writing different songs about her own experiences as teenager and as adult.

Taylor Swift was born on 13th december 1989 in Pensilvania and at the age of 14 she moved to Tennessee where she began his musical career working as singer and composer in a recording company.

In 2006 she launched her first album called ''Taylor Swift'' and later in 2008 her second album called ''Fearless'' which had success around the world, that's why it was the coldest album in that year.

Soon she was considered one of the world's best country singer.

Today,after many years of singing, she has also decided... Continue reading "Sin título 1" »

J

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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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The beginnings of english: old and middle english 600-1485

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The rise of Middle English (end 11thcentury - end 12th century)
The Norman Conquest marks the beginning of the Medieval Period of the English History. The literary tradition inherited from the Anglo-Saxons will be completely transformed because England became an extension of Northern France.
A new Norman French elite came to England and have controlled of the government and cultural life. The English language was marginalized and no significant literature survived in English from the end of the 11th century to the end of the 12th century.
The English that began to emerge as a literary language at the end of the 12th century has been labeled Middle English by scholars to illustrate the very clear differences between it and Old English. This English... Continue reading "The beginnings of english: old and middle english 600-1485" »

Medieval music: Gregorian chant and troubadour

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Monody: religious music, Gregorian chant (Mass - hymn)
civil-music troubadour songs and dance music
Polyphony: organum Conductus-religious music
civil-motet music, ballads and Canon.
Characteristics of Gregorian chant
-Texture: Monod, with one voice, collective-ringer: vocal, a cappella, no instruments-text: Latin-character ever: recollection, relaxing
Features singing troubadour
-Texture: Monod, one voice-timbre, vowel, with instruments accompanying text: in the different vernaculars of human-theme composer and troubadour trovairitz --

Organum: add a new tune on the Gregorian melody, which continues in parallel at a fixed distance (5th or 4th)

Nursery rhymes

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Title: Rice pudding

Fa Fa Fa Do
Do Fa Fa La Sol
The Sib The Sol Fa Do Re Do Mi Mi Mi Mi Fa

Do Fa La La Fa
Do Fa La La Sol
The Sib The Sol Fa Do Re Do Mi Mi Mi Mi Fa

Title: Silent Night

Sol La Sol Mi
Sol La Sol Mi
If you do re re do Sol

La La La Sol's do If Sol Mi
La La La Sol's do If Sol Mi

re re re fa mi re do if
Sol Mi Fa Do Sol Re Do

re re re fa mi re do if
Sol Mi Fa Do Sol Re Do

Title: Ode to Joy

If you do re re do If If The Sun Sol La Si Si La La
If you do re re do If If The Sun Sun Sun Sun The If's

The sun If the sun If you do If
If you do If the sun's La Re

If you do re re do If If The Sun Sun Sun Sun The If's

Title: La Cucaracha


Fa La Do Do Do
Fa La Do Do Do
Fa Fa Mi Mi Re Re Do

Do Do Do Mi Sol
Do Do Do Mi... Continue reading "Nursery rhymes" »

18th century poetry

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The Eighteenth Century in England is called the Classical Age or the Augustan Age in literature. It is also called the Age of Good Sense or the Age of Reason. Dryden belonged to the seventeenth century, but he was also included in the Classical or Augustan Age. Other great literary figures who dominated this age successively were Pope and Johnson.

The Classical Age is divided into three periods—the Ages of Dryden, Pope and Johnson.

Dryden was the dominating and most representative literary figure of the Dryden Age. The literature of the Restoration Period emphasized directness and simplicity of expression, counteracted the tendency of exaggeration and extravagance which was encouraged during the Elizabethan and the puritan ages.

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Place of articulation calf

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NASALS

/m/ voiced bilabial nasal: represented by ‘m’ (mum).
it can become syllabic when having acquired the vowel quality of a previous vowel
(prism, socialism), and it can substituted by its labiodental allophone if in contact with a labiodental fricative (triumph,comfort).
/n/ voiced alveolar nasal: ‘n’ (name,pen), ‘nn’ (annoyed), ‘kn’ (know), ‘gn’(foreign), ‘pn’ (pneumatic) and ‘mn’ (mnemonic).
it may become syllabic in cotton, passion, patient , and /n/ (bread and butter, rock and roll), and it may be substituted by a dental allophone if in contact with a dental fricative (enthusiasm, in there).
/N/ voiced velar nasal: ‘n’ in contact with velar plosives /k, g/ represented by ‘g’ (congress, singe) ‘k’

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The music

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Folklore is a word that includes the combination of music, beliefs, traditions and knowledges of a determinated culture.

characteristics:
  • Songs are transmitted from generation to generation
  • It is used an oral transmittion mode mouth to mouth based on imitation and observation.
  • The fact that it is no written music makes a continuum evolution as it depends on the people's memory.
  • The musical compositions are anonymous most of the time.
  • As composers (if they exist) as musicians (performers) are not professional.
  • Music depends on the natural season cycle.
SUBSAHARAN MUSIC
Music is not only an art but a functional element that respons to each social situation. (Worksongs, religious celebrations, funerals rituals)
Subsaharian music rhythm is based on complex
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Beowulf

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Grotesque realism: Popular culture is based on the human body in its open aspect, connected to the world. 
In grotesque realism the bodily element is deeply positive. It is presented not in a private, but as something universal. This is why all that is bodily becomes grandiose, exaggerated. The leading themes of these images of bodily life are fertility, growth and abundance. 
The essential principle of grotesque realism is degradation, that is the lowering of all that is high, spiritual, ideal and abstract.
Degradation here means coming down to earth, the contact with earth as an element that swalows up and gives birth at the same time. 

Medieval laughter: People made fun of the rituals and solemn ceremonies of the Church. It was a way to liberate
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UKELELE

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SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW

CEm

Somewhere over the rainbow

FC

Way up high

FC

And the dreams that you dreamed of

GAmF

Once in a lullaby

CEm

Somewhere over the rainbow

FC

Blue birds fly

FC

And the dreams that you dreamed of

GAmF

Dreams really do come true

C

Someday I'll wish upon a star

EmAmF

Wake up where the clouds are far behind me

C

Where trouble melts like lemon drops

Em                               Am            F

High above the chimney tops is where you'll find me

CEm

Somewhere over the rainbow

FC

Bluebirds fly

FC

And the dreams that you dare to

GAmF

Oh why oh why can't I

C

Someday I'll wish upon a star

EmAmF

Wake up where the clouds are far behind me

C

Where trouble melts like lemon drops

EmAmF

High above the chimney tops is where you'

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