'' The Brookings Institution. 1946 (analysis and statistical summary of all the New Deal relief programs) External links * Wisconsin Folksong Collection, 1937-1946. Presented by the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center and Mills Music Library Special Collections. * Ohio History Central on Resettlement Administration
, and Walter C. Thomas for a site that had formerly consisted of of farmland. In 1912 Charles Seeger was hired to establish the music department at the University of California at Berkeley (University of California, Berkeley) but was forced to resign in 1918 because of his outspoken Pacifism during World War I. According to Dunaway, the British-born president of the university "all but fired" Charles Seeger (''How Can I Keep From Singing
'', p. 26). Charles and Constance moved back east, making Charles' parents' estate in Patterson, New York, northeast of New York City, their base of operations. When baby Pete was eighteen months old, they set out with him and his two older brothers in a home-made trailer, on a quixotic mission to bring musical uplift to the working people in the American South. Ann Pescatello, ''Charles Seeger: A Life In Music'', 83–85. On their return, Constance taught
; Overview thumb Entryway signage, Independence Township, Michigan Independence Township (File:DTE Energy Music Theatre 20130225.JPG), for Pine Knob Pine Knob Ski Resort
and the DTE Energy Music Theatre Clarkston is a small community in the northern outskirts of the Detroit suburbs (Metro Detroit). Located with easy access to I-75 (Interstate 75 in Michigan), Clarkston offers a direct route to downtown Detroit and Flint. US 24 (U.S. Route 24 in Michigan) begins nearby in Independence Township (Independence Township, Michigan) as a north-south highway. The jurisdiction of the city government is limited to a relatively small downtown area commonly
notable locations in nearby Independence Township (Independence Township, Michigan) include Pine Knob Ski and Snowboard Resort (Pine Knob) as well as the DTE Energy Music Theatre, which has been home to famous musical tours, such as the Rockstar Mayhem Festival (Mayhem Festival), http: rockstarmayhemfest.com event id 38240 as well as graduation for local Clarkston High School (Clarkston High School (Michigan)). Within driving distance is also Great Lakes
. and Akrigg, G.P.V; 1001 British Columbia Place Names; Discovery Press, Vancouver 1969, 1970, 1973, p. 114 The city limits consists of the community, a number of civic parks, historical sites, an aquatic centre, a local arena, a public library (which is a branch of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District Library System) and a civic centre. Merritt has dozens of bronzed hand prints of country music stars that have been in the city for the annual Merritt Mountain Music
Festival displayed throughout town. Merritt is also home to a local radio station, a weekly newspaper and the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology campus. Nearby, there are four provincial park (List of British Columbia Provincial Parks)s, numerous lakes, and several recreational trails. Merritt is nicknamed as "Country Music Capital of Canada" for its wealth of country music attractions, activities, and events. Highway 5 (British Columbia Highway 5), and British
Today, ranching, farming, forestry, transportation and tourism are the primary industries (industry). Merritt is the nearest large community to the Douglas Lake Cattle Company, Canada's largest working cattle ranch. Merritt was once host to an annual Merritt Mountain Music Festival that is estimated to have drawn as many as 148,000 people at its peak in the summer of 2005. The Mountain Music Festival, combined with the development of the Merritt Walk of Stars
; on the property. The neighborhood is crisscrossed by numerous municipal staircases that provide pedestrian access up and down the neighborhood's signature hills. Among these are the Descanso Stairs, Redcliffe Stairs and the Music Box Stairs. The famous flight of stairs in Laurel and Hardy's film ''The Music Box'' are located between lower Descanso Drive and Vendome Street, as it winds up and around the hill. File:Music Box steps montage.jpg thumb left Filming location & plaque
at site of Laurel and Hardy's ''The Music Box'' (1932), as seen in 2010 Beginning in the 1970s, the Silver Lake neighborhood became the nexus of Los Angeles' gay leather subculture, the equivalent of the SoMA neighborhood in San Francisco (SoMa, San Francisco). Townsend, Larry. ''The Leatherman's Handbook''. New York: Other Traveller, 1972. Since 2000, gentrification has intensified in the neighborhood, including the opening of many stylish independent
as part of the City of Los Angeles Neighborhood Council system in February, 2003. Its 21-member Governing Board is elected for two-year terms in September. "Silver Lake Neighborhood Council". Retrieved September 2, 2013. Recent projects have included "Street Medallions" created by artist Cheri Gaulke, "ArtCans", the "Electrical Art Box Project", and the second annual "Make Music LA" ref
'', and the activities in the area were reported almost daily. T. Anderson, ''The Movement and the Sixties: Protest in America from Greensboro to Wounded Knee'', (Oxford University Press, 1995), p.174 The Haight-Ashbury district was sought out by hippies to constitute a community based upon counterculture ideals, drugs, and music. This neighborhood offered a concentrated gathering spot for hippies to create a social experiment that would soon spread throughout the nation. ref>
to residents every day. During the "Summer of Love", psychedelic rock music was entering the mainstream, receiving more and more commercial radio airplay. The Scott McKenzie song "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)," written by John Phillips (John Phillips (musician)) of The Mamas & the Papas, became a hit (chart hit) single (single (music)) in 1967. The Monterey Pop Festival in June further cemented the status of psychedelic music as a part
on Haight Street became a hot spot for modern rock dance music in San Francisco, and a popular venue for live performances by a litany of the world's best known new wave (new wave music), punk (punk rock), industrial (industrial music), and indie (indie rock) bands. Attractions and characteristics right thumb Storefronts on Haight Street (File:Haight-Ashbury street, San Francisco.jpg) The area still maintains its bohemian (Bohemianism) ambiance. It is also home to a number
and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) was the partner of Addis Ababa City Roads Authority (AACRA).
diverse, with each of Ethiopia's ethnic groups being associated with unique sounds. Some forms of traditional music are strongly influenced by folk music from elsewhere in the Horn of Africa, especially Somalia. However, Ethiopian religious music also has an ancient Christian element, traced to Yared, who lived during the reign of Gabra Masqal (Gabra Masqal of Axum). In northeastern Ethiopia, in Wollo, a Muslim musical form called manzuma developed. Sung
in Amharic (Amharic language), manzuma has spread to Harar and Jimma, where it is now sung in the Oromo language. In the Ethiopian Highlands, traditional secular music is played by itinerant musicians called ''azmaris'', who are regarded with both suspicion and respect in Ethiopian society. - JIM HAJM Aba Segud Airport Jimma, Ethiopia - Soon afterwards, the carrier launched services to Aden and Djibouti (Djibouti (city)), as well
. Each year a specific village takes the responsibility of arranging a new performance. It consists of a music band in due carnival outfit surrounded with a group of set carnivalesque characters and dancers parading up and down the main street of the host village; at the end, they stage an informal play usually in the market place or handball court.
French accessdate 2011-12-24 Soule is also renowned for its singing tradition, elegant dances and local music instruments, such as ''xirula'' and ''ttun-ttun (Psalterium (instrument))''. These instruments are gaining new dynamism thanks to music schools founded to that end by local cultural activists.
of people marching around a town at some local festival singing and asking the neighbours for a food, drink or money donation, while the most famous celebrations following this pattern across the whole Basque Country may be those taking place on Christmas Eve (Olentzero) and the Saint Agatha's Eve (Basque music#Samples), with singers dressing up in traditional costumes. A key figure bridging the old singing tradition of Soule and the folk song revival of the 20th century should be noted
enabling the nourishing of a unique and distinctive character epitomized in the Chaozhou Dialect (Teochew dialect), Chaozhou opera, Chaozhou cuisine, Fenghuang Dancong tea, Chaozhou music, Chaozhou lion dance and Chaozhou embroidery. thumb right 225px Chaozhou Opera (Image:Chaozhou Opera-Menglikung.jpg) Chaozhou opera ( ) is a traditional art form which has a history of more than 500 years and is now appreciated by 20 million Chaozhou natives in over 20 countries
, it is the lingering aftertaste that marks Ganghu tea . Drinking Ganghu tea is a process of aesthetics rather than a solution to thirst. At the local teahouse, tea service is often accompanied by Chaozhou music. String music (Chaozhou xianshi), gong and drum music and the ancient music of set flutes are the traditional forms of Chaozhou music. Chaozhou string music is made up of mostly plucked and bowed
is flexible and depends on the availability of instruments and musicians to play them - but to have an even and balanced texture only one of each instrument is preferred. Chaozhou drum music includes the big drum and gong, the small drum and gong, the dizi set drum and dong and su drum and gong ensembles. The current Chaozhou drum music is said to be similar to the form of the Drum and Wind Music of the Han and Tang Dynasties. The Chaozhou ''guzheng'' and ''erhu'' are also regarded
was erroneously criticized for the CBSC's decisions pertaining to the airing of Howard Stern's terrestrial radio show in Canada in the late 1990s, as well as the CBSC's controversial ruling on the Dire Straits song "Money for Nothing (Money for Nothing (song))". music crtc-asks-for-review-of-controversial-money-for-nothing-decision article1878524 "CRTC asks for review of controversial ‘Money for Nothing’ decision"
licence. Controversial decisions Since 1987, the CRTC has been involved in several controversial decisions: * '''Milestone Radio''': In two separate rounds of license hearings in the 1990s, the CRTC rejected applications by Milestone Radio to launch a radio station in Toronto which would have been Canada's first urban music station; in both cases, the CRTC instead granted licenses to stations that duplicated formats already offered by other stations
in the Toronto market. The decision has been widely cited as one of the single most significant reasons why Canadian hip hop had difficulty establishing its commercial viability throughout the 1990s.music "Urban Music". ''The Canadian Encyclopedia''. The CRTC finally granted a license to Milestone in 2000, after a cabinet order-in-council directed the commission to license two new radio
as if they are angry when in fact this is not the case. People in St. Marc are very jovial; they enjoy exchanging jokes with each other. Comedy is a favorite past time. Music There are three main types of music listened to in St. Marc: *Troubadou or twoubadou is very similar to Salsa music and includes drums, trumpets, and guitar. *Haitian folk music (Music of Haiti) is strongly associated with Vodou (Haitian Vodou). It is often played as processional music in the streets between Ash Wednesday
and Easter Sunday. In St. Marc, many people also listen to popular American music. However there have been quite a few popular Haitian groups who have developed over the years, such as Les Formidables. This group is no longer together as most members live overseas, but the group’s music lingers on. Virtuose is currently a very popular group in St. Marc. BC and Gwoup 703 are other popular Haitian groups. RapCreole is an emerging popular style among the youth. Typically this kind of rap
utilizes beats from Haitian folk or popular music. Popular ‘RapKreyol’ artists include BC (Barikad Crew), Skwardy, Izolan, Fantom. and Sebastien Pierre is a popular R&B artist. Food thumb Dous Makos (Haitian Fudge) (File:Dous Makos (Haitian Fudge).jpg) Food plays a large role in the life of people in St. Marc. People are always eating; it is an important part of normal daily social interaction. For the most part, cooking is done outside to avoid overheating and moisture collection