Arta este depozitul cultural al omenirii şi o reflecţie a inspiraţiilor, arta este o expresie a emoţiilor şi o sete a realizării de sine. Din notele muzicale răsare melodia lăuntrică, din culorile unei picturi se iveşte memoria ţărmului de dincolo pe care noi îl numim casă. Reiese că ceea ce ne impresionează pe noi cel mai mult nu este înfăţişarea splendidă, ci un sentiment de familiaritate care a fost acolo mult timp. 

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Blind Artist John Bramblitt: Seeing Life in a Different Light

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Blind Artist John Bramblitt: Seeing Life in a Different Light

John Bramblitt was born in 1971 in El Paso, Texas, USA, and his art has been sold in over a hundred and twenty countries. According to CNN, John Bramblitt believes he could draw before he could walk, and possessing a photographic memory proved invaluable to him later in life when he lost his eyesight. Besides drawing, painting, and illustrating, he also loves sharing written stories with friends and family. Drawing and painting became the best ways to cope with his frequent visits to the hospital in childhood.
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2019-01-15   4702 vizionări
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2019-01-15

Holy Songs: Mother of The Universe

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Holy Songs: Mother of The Universe

Supreme Master Ching Hai said, “Only if we find God, will we find true happiness, true peace, everlasting bliss, even in this life and the life after.” Many of our Association members have also written spiritually enriching melodies, inspired by their deep love and gratefulness for our Almighty God. On today’s special program, we are honored to share some of these songs with you. Oh Mother of the Universe! When You smile, people’s hearts move, the sky is warmed with love. Sunshine sparkling the rosy color of faith.
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2018-10-18   3331 vizionări
Urme culturale în jurul lumii
2018-10-18

Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 8 of 8

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Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 8 of 8

Now, let's welcome our Association members from Daegu, Korea. They will perform a Korean traditional dance entitled, "The Vibration of Peace and Harmony." The cheerful dance expresses the wish for a peaceful and harmonious world and they hope this wish echoes throughout the Earth and reaches to the Heavens as well! Up next is a famous song, "You Raise Me Up." It is dedicated to our beloved Supreme Master who raises us and all beings in all universes. Let's welcome Association members from all over the world to sing for us. "You raise me up, so I can stand on mountains. You raise me up to walk on stormy seas. I am strong when I am on Your shoulders. You raise me up to more than I can be." Our finale song is "One Dream, One Korea" wishing for Korea Peace and World Peace. "Let's remember once again, let's sing our song once again for the day we become one, for our heart beating dream... oh oh oh oh, one dream for one Korea... That day the morning sun will shine..." Before we close, we would like to express our utmost gratitude to our most beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai. Thank God for Hiers grace for granting us such a perfect, peaceful gathering today. Thanks to the peace in the Korean peninsula, which has brought hope of peace to the world.
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2020-04-25   319 vizionări
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2020-04-25

Celebrating Cinema: The 72nd Cannes Film Festival, Part 4 of 5

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Celebrating Cinema: The 72nd Cannes Film Festival, Part 4 of 5

Brilliant French actor Samuel Le Bihan was an ambassador for Positive Cinema Week at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival, and sponsored the Moteur! Project competition for young artists. “It’s about recreating social bonds, regaining awareness among young people so that eventually they build themselves up, they become what they are through the people they admire. And also those who are admired also have a responsibility. So, it’s the idea of setting an example.” “Hi, my name is Nathan Ambrosini. I’m 19 years old and I made ‘Paper Flags.’ I think we all want a change. And I hope that my generation and the one that will come after mine will be aware that change is absolutely necessary. Especially, for example, with the cause of the climate. If not now, then never. And I have the impression that we’re starting to become aware of this. But I hope it will be more and more true. And it must, in any case. It has to. We all have to talk about it like we do about every other problem. But I hope we’ll be a conscious generation, and not a generation of consumerism and unconsciousness.”
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2020-04-24   136 vizionări
Scene de cinema
2020-04-24

Angélique Kidjo: Voice of Diversity, Freedom and Dignity

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Angélique Kidjo: Voice of Diversity, Freedom and Dignity

Angélique Kidjo is a 4-time Grammy Award winner, singer, songwriter, actress, and human rights activist. She was born on July 14, 1960 in Benin to a loving family, and surrounded by music and dance. She grew up listening to both Beninese traditional music and international music. By the age of six, Angélique was already performing on stage with her mother’s theatre troupe, and was beloved by audiences. Ms. Kidjo was lucky to be born in such a broad-minded family. Her parents encouraged free thinking and speech at home, and believed in the power of an education. This nurtured her self-confidence and fearless spirit. Ms. Kidjo published her memoir, Spirit Rising: My Life, My Music, in 2014 with the foreword written by the Most Reverend Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. The book recounts her childhood experiences, dangerous escape to France, and the many obstacles she had to overcome to pursue her music dream. Angélique Kidjo is multi-lingual, being fluent in French, English, Fon, Yoruba, and Gen, and sings in several languages. She views the world as a big community. There are no boundaries to the creativity and humanity of this African sensation, as she strives to unite the world through music. Her inspirational messages and efforts to promote equality for all was recognized and was named a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2002. Using music, the universal language of humanity, she hopes to better the lives of her fellow Africans, along with the cultural differences in the world. Her soulful voice resonates with people’s hearts, and inspires the common dream of every living being, a peaceful world for all to live in love and dignity.
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2020-04-23   119 vizionări
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2020-04-23

Holy Songs: Mongolian Spiritual Songs

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Holy Songs: Mongolian Spiritual Songs

The Mongolian people are devout spiritual seekers. Their sincerity in searching for spiritual elevation is expressed through many songs that praise and worship the Divine. Today, we would like to introduce three of these sacred songs. The first, “Khelkhee Ayalguu,” is a folk song that was performed by M. Saruultugs of the Erdenet Ensemble at the 2nd International Artist Day Celebration concert, “Awakening through Art,” in 2018. The song “Khelkhee Ayalguu,” expresses worship for the Great Burkhan Khaldun mountain and Mother Nature. Our next song is called “Tsagaan Shukhert” or “Blessing from the White Goddess.” The White Goddess in the song refers to our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai. Ms. Erdenechimeg’s voice seems to have brought sunlight into our hearts. Our last song, called “Queen Mother of the Universe,” was dedicated to Supreme Master Ching Hai by Ganchimeg, a state-honored artist of Mongolia at Mongolia’s Save Our World Concert. “From the Buddha’s Land, You descended on Earth, taking care of our destiny bestowing Your lullaby upon us.”
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2020-04-22   303 vizionări
Urme culturale în jurul lumii
2020-04-22

Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 7 of 8

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Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 7 of 8

“A Hakka Welcome with Shining Umbrellas that Signify Peace” Today they will celebrate peace on the Korean Peninsula with this dance. Please welcome the Hakka dance performed by our Association members from the hospitable Taoyuan, Taiwan (Formosa). Next, a famous singer from Seoul, Korea has written a song named “A World Full of Peaceful Light” especially for this event. Let’s welcome the sister from Seoul, Korea with a warm round of applause! Let’s be together! “Thanks and love make miracles. There will be more peace. Hurrah, so good, hurray, it’s good Wake up by the light and sound of love, the world became one of peaceful light. Smile as much as I’d like to be happy. Love as much as I’d like to be happy. There will be more peace. The only light in life around the world is love love, love. The king of love, Master’s only Truth. Love all beings in the world. Reunification and full of peace. A new peaceful world has come!”
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2020-04-21   382 vizionări
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2020-04-21

Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 6 of 8

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Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 6 of 8

Now, our Association members from around the world gather today to celebrate Korea peace with You. First group is our Association members from Âu Lạc, also known as Vietnam. They will offer a welcome dance “Highlands Beauty.” Let’s welcome our Association members from Âu Lạc (Vietnam) with loving applause. “So beautiful, so beautiful! Thank you! Come here. Come here. Thank you! Oh, how come you dance so beautifully today?” “Thank You, Master.” Next is the performance by our Taipei, Formosan (Taiwanese) Association members. They’re going to play a beautiful musical piece named “Dawn and Dusk.” “So young and so talented.” Up next are celebratory songs from Mongolia. These well-known Mongolian musicians will perform three songs: “I Will Forever Love You” written by Supreme Master Ching Hai, a piano solo entitled “Beautiful World of Animals and Birds,” and a Mongolian opera song. Let’s give a big hand to welcome Mongolia! “Beautiful voice”. Next performance is Mongolian opera. Our Mongolian sister is going to sing this moving song for us. Let’s welcome them with a big round of applause!
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2020-04-18   318 vizionări
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2020-04-18

Celebrating Cinema: The 72nd Cannes Film Festival, Part 3 of 5

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Celebrating Cinema: The 72nd Cannes Film Festival, Part 3 of 5

For the fourth year in a row, the 72nd Cannes Film Festival hosted a Positive Cinema Week. It was founded by Jacques Attali, a French economic and social theorist. The subject for the 2019 cinema review was social justice. “We’ll meet again in the coming months and years to make cinema become more and more positive in a country. That deserves to be and has all the means to be (positive). Positive cinema is cinema that works in the interest of future generations, while being obviously first a work of art.” During the festival’s Positive Cinema Week, the Best Positive Fiction Award went to 2018 French comedy-drama film “Invisibles,” directed by Louis-Julien Petit. “Those invisible ones are the women of the street. And the film is about a shelter for street women. There’s a lot of love in the movie. We made the movie with three words, and those three words were ‘humor,’ ‘love,’ and ‘human.’ And it has no boundaries, so… now, today, it’s rewarded.”
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2020-04-17   200 vizionări
Scene de cinema
2020-04-17

Faran Ensemble, Part 2 of 2

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Faran Ensemble, Part 2 of 2

Since its establishment in 2009, the Faran Ensemble has travelled extensively around the world, performing in concerts and various musical festivals. The band has released two albums, and won the grand prize at the 2014 international Jewish Music Festival of Amsterdam. They were selected as the best composition, and best Israeli talent. The Faran Ensemble often plays or records their music in nature, such as in the desert, the mountains, or in the woods. What’s the reason behind it, and how does nature and other surroundings influence them? “All our composition is original, and very influenced from the landscape that’s around us. Most of the times, meeting in nature, and creating in nature, and it’s connecting us and our music, and gives us this silence to create for. An inspiration.” Not only do the band members play in nature, studios, and concerts, but they also reach out to people in need and use music to lift them up. “They’re learning, they can beat the drum the right way. And they can speak through the drum. They can play rhythms. And its wonderful and after a while, maybe after two, three, four months, they have so much knowledge, and they can play very good. And it makes them calm, it makes them calm, it makes them also to believe in themselves that they can do things. And that’s for these special kids. I hope we brought them some comfort, hope.”
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2020-04-16   252 vizionări
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2020-04-16

Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 5 of 8

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Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 5 of 8

As you can see from the two heart-breaking performances, but beautiful, that war is no good. War is no, no. Peace is the only answer. I don’t like war. Please no more war. Just too much suffering, not just bodily, but emotional, psychological. Even people who escaped already from war, or from the imminent war, they still bear the scars all over their mind, their psyche, their emotion. They will never forget; they are traumatized forever. Please, no more. No more for the children’s sake. Please no more. We don’t need it. Just peace, peace everywhere. Not just for Korea, but everywhere in every little corner on our planet and everywhere else in the universe. Only peace, we can be human. Only in peace, we can love and develop and contribute. They came from North Korea many years ago, but they’re still so afraid, so scared. They don’t live their life completely. Something is missing because their family members are missing. Something in their heart is not right. They will never recover unless complete peace in Korea happens and then they can visit, stay with their family members. Visit their old friends, and old village, and feel like whole again. We all pray for peace. And so that these people and others they can find their own happiness. Complete again as a human, as they deserve it.
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2020-04-14   408 vizionări
O călătorie prin Lumea Artei
2020-04-14

Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 4 of 8

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Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 4 of 8

Up next is a solo modern dance, which depicts the unforgettable memories of those moments when she was leaving to find freedom and her mother. The modern dance “Unforgettable Memories.” We will continue the North Korean pop song, “Arirang.” “I am going over the Arirang hill. Over there on the mountain, a sparrow in the rain is wandering to welcome you.” “From Mt.Baekdu to Mt.Halla, From Mt.Halla to Mt.Baekdu, We are one nation and one people who have been living together for thousands of years. I wish 2.3 million people in North Korea and our mothers and fathers in Pyongyang could be together at this beautiful gathering. That day of the reunification, the day of reunification will certainly come.” Today’s warm gathering and your enthusiastic applause will remain forever in both of our hearts. We, Pyongyang Folk Arts Group would like to thank you again for your wholehearted warm welcome. “At this moment, we truly feel we become unified already.”
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2020-04-11   469 vizionări
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2020-04-11

Celebrating Cinema: The 72nd Cannes Film Festival, Part 2 of 5

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Celebrating Cinema: The 72nd Cannes Film Festival, Part 2 of 5

In “A Hidden Life,” Fan Jägerstätter’s love and support for her husband served as a significant source of strength. As Reverend Kauffman explains, “This year’s Cannes Film Festival was marked by the great strength of the female characters. In all films, many films anyway, the female characters are really grounded and have extremely strong characters. They are faced with all the difficulties of existence. But they find the strength, and they show the men in the movies the right direction. And this, I think, is really the message from the Cannes Film Festival this year.” “The Holy City” transports participants to Jerusalem and provides access to the most sacred rituals and the holiest sites of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. We now welcome Mr. Nimrod Shanit, the executive director and producer of “The Holy City,” to introduce this film. “In some way, I believe that through understanding and dialogue, we can achieve much more than just being ignorant to one another…”
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2020-04-10   345 vizionări
Scene de cinema
2020-04-10

Faran Ensemble, Part 1 of 2

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Faran Ensemble, Part 1 of 2

Three musicians from Israel, each with various backgrounds and versed in different instruments, aspired to create a new type of music. The result being a more spiritually inspired variety that speaks to the soul and touches the heart. Sharing the same lofty ideals, they formed the Faran Ensemble, hoping to transcend cultural boundaries with moving melodies of peace and harmony, inspired by the beautiful serenity of nature that surrounds us all. The members of the ensemble are Roy Smila, the kamancheh player, Rafael Ben-Zichry, the Daf player, and Gad Tidhar, the oud player. Their music combines a wide range of genres, such as Arabic and Turkish Makam, Azeri Mugam, Persian Dastgah, as well as western classical music and jazz. Now let’s listen to a piece called, “The Prophet of Emotion” from their second album, Fata Morgana, played in backdrop of the serene and majestic Shaharut desert sunrise.
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2020-04-09   278 vizionări
O călătorie prin Lumea Artei
2020-04-09

Traditional Musical Instrument: The Delightful European Recorder

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Traditional Musical Instrument: The Delightful European Recorder

The recorder sings, excites, and soothes across the ranges of the upper musical spectrum. Historical mentions of the recorder, a member of the woodwind family, began to appear during the Renaissance in the 16th century. After a quiet interlude spanning several decades, the recorder was brought back into the mainstream at the end of the 19th century by certain virtuoso players such as Frans Brüggen. In the 20th century, there were two main branches of recorder development. One involved repertoire and performance enhancements, while the other focused on modern woodwind making. Originally, recorders were made of wood, but today's recorders are also constructed from other materials, including plastic, ceramic, and resin. Due to their rich and smooth tones, wooden recorders are often preferred in performances. The sound of the recorder is truly divine, as it takes us far away from worldly concerns.
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2020-04-08   200 vizionări
Urme culturale în jurul lumii
2020-04-08

Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 3 of 8

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Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 3 of 8

Coming up next is a Northern part of Korea’s pop song. “Unification Dondolari,” is about greeting a new era of unification beyond the national division. The next performance is a folk dance, “Bakpanmoo.” Bakpanmoo is performed in ancient Korean Palaces using gourd board, which demonstrates the uprightness and elegance of the Korean people. Now the cheerful and exhilarating accordion duet will come next. “Good evening, respected Supreme Master Ching Hai. The next song was made by me, because I miss my mother in Northern parts of Korea. I am going to sing this song, thinking of my mother.” “How can I ever forget, even in my dreams, those moments I left behind. I saw your face hiding your tears behind my back. Holding my hands, you said I may go. Stroking me gently in your warm bosom, you said I was the sweetest. All those are your love.” “I think art has no boundaries. So, the fastest way for Korea to be united is through art, expressing our thoughts and sharing our hearts with each other… Art, unlike other means, can lead to many emotions. So, I believe that the understanding and peace can be achieved through art.”
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2020-04-07   734 vizionări
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2020-04-07

Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 2 of 8

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Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 2 of 8

Now, we would like to introduce today’s special guest. Celebrating 1st anniversary of Korea Peace Day, 27th April, a very special guest, Pyongyang Folk Arts Group has visited us. Now, the director of the art group would like to offer flowers to Master… “The esteemed Supreme Master Ching Hai has been working tirelessly with deep concern and love for world peace and the peace and unification of the Korean Peninsula. In addition, She has particularly cherished the Pyongyang Folk Arts Group and both materially and spiritually assisted us in our efforts for Korea’s unification through arts. Hence, we present the Korea Peace Appreciation Plaque from the united heart of all our members.” “As a symbol of our gratitude, we now present a nice gold plating trophy to Her.” “I wrote a poem entitled ‘Fragrance’ for Supreme Master Ching Hai. ‘The fragrance of flowers spreads forth ten kilometers, The fragrance of words, a hundred kilometers, The fragrance of mercy reaches a thousand kilometers, The fragrance of humans, ten thousand kilometers, The fragrance of the Merciful Supreme Master Ching Hai and Her love for a peaceful united Korea, a peaceful world, and for humanity travel an infinite distance; Hers is a fragrance beyond compare.’”
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2020-04-04   896 vizionări
O călătorie prin Lumea Artei
2020-04-04

Celebrating Cinema: The 72nd Cannes Film Festival, Part 1 of 5

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Celebrating Cinema: The 72nd Cannes Film Festival, Part 1 of 5

Formally beginning in 1946, the Cannes Film Festival is an annual 12-day event held in the beautiful city, Cannes, of the French Riviera. Considered one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world. The 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival took place from May 14 to 25, 2019. We had the honor of speaking with some of the event’s distinguished guests, who shared their thoughts on artists and their cherished contributions to our world. “I’m Chris Tucker. I’m an actor, comedian. And I do think the role of an actor, it’s important to make society better through art, through telling great stories, inspiring stories that inspire people, kids, and new generations. So, we have a great role to play and with the fans’ help, we could do great work.”
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2020-04-03   448 vizionări
Scene de cinema
2020-04-03

Bulgarian Folk Melodies: Harmonies of the Soul, Part 2 of 2

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Bulgarian Folk Melodies: Harmonies of the Soul, Part 2 of 2

An artistic people, Bulgarians hope to better the world through music and dance. Thus, it’s no wonder that Bulgarian folk singing is recognized as a national treasure. Now Let's hear a famous traditional folk song called “Dilmano Dilbero,” performed by Le Mystѐre des Voix Bulgares, or The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices. A major aspect of Bulgarian folklore is the fact that its music and song Lyrics give rise to a playful childlike joy and mood. From generation to generation, many songs expressing the most casual, funny moments from everyday life have been passed down. Our next song, “Sama Li Si Den Zhanala?” or “were You Alone in the Fields?” is one of these ancient songs. We’ll now conclude our program with a beautiful piece performed by the Bulgarian folk choir Cosmic Voices of Bulgaria, with Conductor Gancho Gavazov in collaboration with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra.
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2020-04-01   609 vizionări
Urme culturale în jurul lumii
2020-04-01

Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 1 of 8

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Happy United Korea Peace Celebrations, Part 1 of 8

In April 2019, the Pyongyang Folk Arts Group travelled to Taiwan, also known as Formosa, for the purpose of celebrating Korea Peace Day with our Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai. First proclaimed in 2018 by Supreme Master Ching Hai, the annual Korea Peace Day on April 27 is a day to commemorate the Panmunjom Declaration of Peace on the Korean Peninsula by the two heroic Korean leaders, Dear Respected Comrade Kim Jong Un and His Excellency Moon Jae-in. In Part 1, we will start with the welcome vegan banquet lovingly prepared by our Association members for Pyongyang Folk Arts Group and Supreme Master Ching Hai. “We, all of the members, are here to see You, Supreme Master Ching Hai. It makes us feel like going to see our mothers to our hometown in Korea. We could feel Supreme Master Ching Hai's love for us in Korea, even though You are in Taiwan (Formosa), since Your love impressed us and touched us deeply.”
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2020-03-31   576 vizionări
O călătorie prin Lumea Artei
2020-03-31

A Gentle Stroll in the Classical Garden with Franz Schubert, Part 2 of 2

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A Gentle Stroll in the Classical Garden with Franz Schubert, Part 2 of 2

During most of his lifetime, Schubert was not known for being particularly outgoing, however he did enjoy the company of close friends, including in the wonderful, cheerful summer of 1824 spent in their company in Zseliz, in what is now Slovakia. After he returned to Vienna, feeling healthy and with sun-brightened disposition, he produced one of his most famous works, “Sonata in A minor for Arpeggione and Piano, D. 821.” The “Arpeggione Sonata” is in typical classical Sonata form, with three movements. Schubert painted romantic colors with the music: lights and shadows flicker and flash, serenity and a sweet melancholy pervades, notes dancing with joy, and melody glides with soft tones. This sonata expresses a panoramic variety of feeling, with great beauty.
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2020-03-28   266 vizionări
O călătorie prin Lumea Artei
2020-03-28

A Gentle Stroll in the Classical Garden with Franz Schubert, Part 1 of 2

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A Gentle Stroll in the Classical Garden with Franz Schubert, Part 1 of 2

Franz Peter Schubert was born in 1797 in what in today the Himmelpfortgrund area of Vienna, Austria. By the age of 16, Schubert had already composed an abundance of music, including string quartets and symphonic music. Schubert is considered to have bridged Classicism and Romanticism, and is rightly lauded as outstanding representative of early Romanticism also. In today’s program, we would like to share with you one of the most famous chamber music works from Schubert – the first movement of String Quartet No.13 in A Minor, “Rosamunde.” The first movement of “Rosamunde,” as scored for string quartet, sets off with a heart-pulling theme. The violins, viola and cello from a rich and soft timbre, with emotional fluctuations. The descriptive and soothing music narrates the first melancholy, then uplifting story of princess Rosamunde.
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2020-03-24   262 vizionări
O călătorie prin Lumea Artei
2020-03-24
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