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Helena-West Helena, Arkansas

to be agriculture, specifically cotton cultivation. Barge traffic at the city's port on the Mississippi River is another significant factor, in addition to retail and tourism. Arts and culture Musical history It has been said that Helena was a little Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) back in the 1940s and 1950s because, much like Chicago, blacks from rural Arkansas and the Mississippi Delta were arriving. They were drawn to Helena because they could


Vladikavkaz

in Vladikavkaz in their native North Ossetia in the Caucasus. He began piano at secondary school, before going on to study at the St. Petersburg Conservatory (Saint Petersburg Conservatory) in Leningrad from 1972 to 1977. His principal conducting teacher was Prof. Ilya Musin (Ilya Musin (conductor)) (Илья Мусин), one of the greatest conductor-makers in Russian musical history. His sister, Larissa Gergieva, is a pianist and director of the Mariinsky's singers' academy.<


Lijiang

Orchestra, which includes some 70-90 year old men. The music itself is a combination of traditional Chinese music dating back to the Tang dynasty and local instruments and flavours. The music is well performed, however be prepared for long explanations of its musical history in Mandarin between each piece and the sometimes self-serving comments of Xuan Ke the Director. While the Naxi Ancient Music group of Lijiang is famous and well promoted, there are other excellent classical Chinese music groups


Astrakhan

and Caucasian music Astrakhan is a southern region of Russia with a rich musical history. Modern institutions include the New Musical Theatre, Astrakhan Conservatory and the Astrakhan Regional Philharmonic. Vakhtang resided in Russia till 1734, but in that year he resolved to make an attempt to recover his dominions by the co-operation of the Shah of Persia. The empress Anna (Anna of Russia) consented to Vakhtang's project, but gave him instructions how to act in Persia


Cheltenham

name Holst Birthplace Museum alt url http: www.holstmuseum.org.uk email address 4 Clarence Rd, GL52 2AY lat 51.90399 long -2.07048 directions phone tollfree fax hours price £4.50 content The Regency terrace house where Gustav Holst, composer of The Planets was born in 1874. Interesting both for the building and for the musical history. *


Bakersfield, California

, California Bakersfield , California. "Charles Hanson Veeder", ''A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography'', Vol. 2 (1988), pp. 809-810 Biography Lawrence Tibbett was born Lawrence Mervil Tibbet, (with a single "t") on November 16, 1896 in Bakersfield, California. Mobile ''Times Register''. "Musical History is Made By Unknown in New York Debut". 5 January 1925. His father was a part-time deputy sheriff, killed


Faroe Islands

: en.mercopress.com 2003 05 19 rammell-welcomes-new-postcode-for-the-falkland-islands title Rammell welcomes new Postcode for the Falkland Islands publisher Mercopress: South Atlantic News Agency date 2003-05-19 accessdate 2011-05-08 Faroese (Faroe Islands) music is primarily vocal, accompanied by the fiddle (which arrived in the 17th century) and European dances like the minuet and polka. During the twentieth century choirs have played an important role in the musical

history of the Faroes, and some of the best known current choirs are Tarira, Havnarkórið, Tórshavnar Manskór, Ljómur, Fuglafjarðar Gentukór, and the choirs situated in Copenhagen, Húsakórið and Mpiri. The chamber ensemble Aldubáran is the only professional ensemble of its kind in the Faroe Islands. Formed in 1995, it has had a huge impact on the modern classical scene in the Faroe Islands. The purpose of Aldubáran was to perform classical music and to commission Faroese music from composers and to perform this domestically and abroad. Since its formation, the ensemble has become a household name. Especially the collaboration with folk-singer Hanus G. Johansen and their release in 2000 of album Bouquet on the label Tutl, had a broad impact, and still is a big seller. Since then Aldubáran has released four albums on Tutl. Aldubáran was in 2004 nominated for the prestigious Nordic Council Music Price. Aldubáran has toured extensively and in autumn 2006, Aldubáran produced and played the first ever Faroese opera The Madmans'Garden by composer Sunleif Rasmussen. The members of Aldubáran are: Andrea Heindriksdóttir (flute), Anna Klett (clarinet), Christina Andersen (bassoon), Johan Hentze (trumpet), Páll Sólstein (horn), Jógvan Zachariassen (bassoon), Sámal Petersen, Øssur Bæk, Rúni Bæk (violins) Ólavur Jakobsen (guitar), Jóhannes Andreasen (piano), Ólavur Olsen (trumpet), Andras Olsen (trombone) and Bernharður Wilkinson (flute conductor). - Faroe Islands, Denmark (2010) http: www.hagstova.fo portal page portal HAGSTOVAN Statistics_%20Faroe_Islands Statistics Population%20and%20elections Dávid (David (name)), Jónas (Jonas (name)) Boas, Brandur, Elias, Pætur (Peter (first name)), Silas (Silas (disambiguation)) Filip (Philip (name)), Jøgvan (John (given name)), Lukas, Rani, Rókur Aron, Benjamin, Hugin, Ingi, Jákup (Jacob (given name)), Jónatan, Markus (Marcus (name)), Páll, Stefan Ari, Bjartur, Bogi, Bragi, Dánjal, Dávur, Eli, Emil, Fróði, Hákun, Hanus, Hjalti, Ísakur, Johan, Jóhan, Julian, Kristian, Leon, Levi, Magnus, Martin, Mattias, Mikkjal, Nóa, Óli, Pauli, Petur, Rói, Sveinur, Teitur NA NA NA NA NA - - Faroe Islands, Denmark (2010) Eva (Eva (name)), Lea (Leah (given name)) Elin (Helen (given name)), Emma (Emma (given name)), Rebekka (Rebecca (given name)), Sofía (Sophia (name)) Bára (Bára (name)), Hanna (Hannah (given name)), Maria (Mary (given name)), Rannvà, Sára (Sarah (given name)) Arina, Bjørg (Björg), Fríða (Frida (given name)), Jóhanna (Joanna), Marjun, Mia (Mia (given name)), Petra (Petra (given name)), Viktoria (Victoria (name)) Aleksandra (Alexandra), Anna (Anna (given name)), Anna (Anna (given name)) Sofía (Sophia (name)), Brá, Diana (Diana (given name)), Ester (Esther (given name)), Eyó, Femja, Fía, Hilda (Hilde (given name)), Hjørdis, Julia (Julia (given name)), Lilja (Lily (name)), Lín, Lovisa (Louise (given name)), Malan, Mira, Naomi (Naomi (given name)), Noomi (Naomi (given name)), Ranja, Ró, Ruth (Ruth (given name)), Sissal (Cecilia), Talita, Vivia NA NA NA NA NA - #Independent countries e.g.: France, Canada #Internal independent countries which are under the protection of another country in matters of defense and foreign affairs, e.g.: Netherlands Antilles, the Faroe Islands, British Virgin Islands etc. #Colonies (Colony) and other dependent political units e.g. Puerto Rico. * ''C. c. corax'' (the nominate subspecies) occurs from Europe eastwards to Lake Baikal, south to the Caucasus region and northern Iran. It has a relatively short, arched bill. The population in south-western Europe (including the Balearic Islands, Corsica and Sardinia) has an even more arched bill and shorter wings than "typical" nominate, leading some authorities to recognize it as a separate subspecies, ''C. c. hispanus''. * ''C. c. varius'' occurs in Iceland and the Faroe Islands. It is less glossy than ''C. c. principalis'' or nominate ''corax'', is intermediate in size, and the bases of its neck feathers are whitish (not visible at a distance). An extinct color morph (Polymorphism (biology)) found only on the Faroes is known as Pied Raven thumb North Atlantic subspecies (''C. c. varius'') in flight over Seltjarnarnes (File:Krummi 1.jpg), Iceland In the Faroe Islands a now extinct colour-morph of this species existed, known as the Pied Raven. Commons:Category:Faroe Islands WikiPedia:Faroe Islands Dmoz:Regional Europe Faroe Islands


Lima

ly produced album in Puerto Rico. The album was renamed "''Motivos''" (Motives) and was produced by Angel "Cuco" Peña, it became a big "hit" in Puerto Rico. Among the songs included in the album was the song "''Yo Perdi''" (I Lost). "''Yo Perdi''" made Puerto Rican musical history, when it became the "first" Puerto Rican song to be converted into a musical video, filmed in 35&nbsp;mm. In 1983, Lunna married "Cuco" Peña, with whom she had three children, Gabriel, Juan and Angel (they later divorced). right (Image:Replace this image male.svg) '''Archbishop Francisco Ramón Herboso y Figueroa''' (c. 1720&ndash;1782) was born in Lima. He was the archbishop of La Plata o Charcas, an area now known as Sucre, Bolivia. He was appointed to this position in 1776. He died in Charcas Province. A much larger and costlier expedition had been planned by the early 1590s, after Mendaña had spent years courting favour in Madrid and Lima. Four ships and 378 men, women and children were to establish a colony in the Solomon Islands. Again, the leaders of this voyage had “widely divergent personalities.” Estensen, M (2006) p.63 Mendaña was again in command, accompanied by his wife Doña Isabel Barreto, her three brothers and a sister. Chief Pilot was to be a young Portuguese (Portugal) navigator in Spanish service, Pedro Fernández de Quirós. An argumentative old soldier, Pedro Merino Manrique was chosen as camp master. Manrique caused disputes before the fleet had even departed. Up to now (2004), the CSV has had a total of eight presidents, all but one from national federations with some volleyball tradition at a certain point in history: Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Venezuela and Colombia, which is the exception. Following the election of the current president, Brazilian Mr. Ary Graça Filho, in 2003 the headquarters were relocated from Lima, Peru to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Biography He was born at Santiago, Chile, and was educated for the bar. His first publication, when a very young man, was a metrical translation of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's ''Evangeline''. When twenty-two he was appointed secretary to the legation at Lima, Peru. After his return he published a history of Chilean literature (1878), and a work upon the aboriginal tribes (1884). First years Born in Tarapacá Kuss, pg 147 (then part of the Viceroyalty of Peru), the second son of Pedro Castilla, of Spanish-Argentine origin, and Juana Marquezado de Romero, who was of part Aymara descent. Searle & Rivington, pg 35 In 1807 he traveled to Lima at the age of 10 to study with his brother and later continued his education in Concepción, Chile, also helping his brother with his business. In 1817 he enrolled in the Spanish colonial army during Peru's War of Independence (Peruvian War of Independence), fighting against the independence forces sent by Argentine (Argentina) general José de San Martín. 200px right thumb Ramon Castilla's portrait appeared in Peru in this ''Cien Inti (currency) Intis (Image:Peru 100 Awers.JPG)'' bill during the mid 1980s. In 1845, Castilla won the Peruvian presidential elections and was sworn in in April of that year. During this time the guano export boom was rapidly expanding, largely due to treaties signed with the British (United Kingdom) company Antony Gibbs, which had commercialized the guano in Europe. Important urban projects were also begun under this period, such as the first railroad from Lima to Callao, which helped in the transportation of the guano from the production centers ready to be shipped abroad. Starting in Lima, Velasco succeeded in crossing the Andes and arrived in Cusco on August 31, 1925. His next flight on September 28 took him to Puno where many spectators had gathered. When he tried landing without hitting them, the plane crashed. Velasco died soon after that. He was pronounced dead on September 28, 1925. Ecuatoriana began serving domestic as well as international destinations immediately after it started flying. International routes proved to be rather long trips: there were jets already in operation when Ecuatoriana began flying (that is, before the Boeing 707 made its first flight), but these were predominantly used by European airlines, and Ecuatoriana's equipment's technology made it a requirement for Ecuatoriana's first international route, from Quito to Miami (Miami, Florida), to include a stopover in Panama City. Likewise, routes from Quito and Guayaquil to Santiago de Chile included stopovers in Lima, Peru. The airline's livery featured a tailfin logo of alternating blue and white diagonal stripes. - Lima align center LIM align center SPIM Jorge Chávez International Airport align center -bgcolor #F0F8FF *Guayaquil - José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport *Lima - Jorge Chávez International Airport *Quito - Mariscal Sucre International Airport The '''Lima Metro''', regarded by Peruvians as '''Tren Eléctrico''' is a metropolitan railway (Metro (rapid transit)) currently linking the south of Lima, with the centre of the capital of Peru. The system has one metro line almost in viaduct, covering with more than 21 km the initial constructed section, and crossing almost 10 districts of the city. 250 px right Thumb Tren en estación Villa el Salvador (File:Tren en Estacion Villa el Salvador.jpg) Between 1972 and 1973, the "Metrolima" consortium elaborated the technical-economical feasibility studies and the pre-project of the "Mass Rapid Transit System for Passengers in the Metropolitan Area of Lima and Callao", approved by the Government of Peru in 1974. Unfortunately, the political crisis generated by the sudden illness of the President and the problem of his succession, added to the complexity of the Limean soil located in a highly seismic zone, as well as the international economical crisis of the time, made it impossible to get the necessary financing of US$317'000,000. This way, the "Metrolima" project, contemplating a total of 5 lines of underground train, remained archived permanently. Early life Moyano was born in the Barranco district of Lima. Her activism began in her teens, as a member of the ''Movimiento de Jóvenes Pobladores,'' a youth movement in Villa El Salvador, a vast shantytown (shanty town) ''(pueblo joven (Pueblos jóvenes))'' on the outskirts of the capital, largely populated by migrants from the interior of the country. '''Villa El Salvador (VES)''' is an urban, largely residential district (Districts of Peru) on the outskirts of Lima, Peru. It borders the district of Chorrillos (Chorrillos District) on the east; the Pacific Ocean on the southwest; Lurín (Lurín District) on the southeast; Villa María del Triunfo on the east and San Juan de Miraflores on the north. death_date Dmoz:Regional South America Peru Departments Lima Lima Commons:Category:Lima Wikipedia:Lima


Austin, Texas

and Josh Terry, both possessing unique singing and guitar techniques along with bassist Alan Houston. http: www.reverbnation.com smokeandfeathers Austin Psych Fest was founded in 2008 by members of the psychedelic music scene, The Reverberation Appreciation Society, to honor the legacy of Austin's musical history, as the birthplace of psychadelic rock through the creation of a music and multimedia art festival. Austin, Texas's artistic community helped popularize artists such as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac, The Police and Elvis Costello in the Southwest. Tex-Mex New Wave (New Wave music) bands as Vallejo and Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns (Joe Carrasco) gained some national fame. Local punk and New Wave bands in the late 1970s included The Huns (The Huns (band)) and the Skunks, along with The Delinquents (The Delinquents (band)), and Standing Waves. These bands soon clashed with an influx of hardcore punk bands like The Dicks, The Offenders, and Big Boys (Big Boys (band)). postscript Other prominent musicians have relocated to Portland, including Modest Mouse (of Seattle (Seattle, Washington)), Sleater-Kinney (of Olympia, Washington), The Shins (of Albuquerque, New Mexico), Spoon (Spoon (band)) (of Austin, Texas), and former Pavement (Pavement (band)) leader Stephen Malkmus (of Stockton, California). Filming locations ''The Faculty'' takes place in fictional Herrington, Ohio, but was shot in Austin (Austin, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), and Lockhart, Texas. History Founded in 1987 as a Delaware corporation (Delaware General Corporation Law), Acclaim maintained operations in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Australia, and Japan. In its first years, Acclaim was exclusively a video game publisher, either farming out the creation of its video games to external developers (Video game developer#Third-party developers) or localizing existing video games from overseas. But as it grew, it purchased some independent studios, including Iguana Entertainment of Austin, Texas, Probe Entertainment of London, England and Sculptured Software of Salt Lake City, Utah. Then again on Sunday, calls to 9-1-1 (w:9-1-1) began to come in to Williamson County (w:Williamson County, Texas), Texas sheriff's office around 12:30 p.m. (Central time (w:Central Time Zone)) that burning debris and fireballs were seen falling from the sky onto parts of Austin (w:Austin, Texas), Houston (w:Houston, Texas), Waco (w:Waco, Texas) and San Antonio (w:San Antonio, Texas). By this time, I’m thinking that it might be good for a change. Bye to California, I’ll try Austin (w:Austin, Texas) for a while. So I moved, only to find out that this is a place with a highly inflated sense of self-importance and where damn little real engineering work is done. I’ve never experienced such a hard time finding work. The rates are 1 3 of what I was earning before the crash, because pay rates here are fixed by the three or four large companies in the area who are in collusion to drive down prices and wages… and this happens because the justice department (w:United States Department of Justice) is all on the take and doesn’t give a fuck about serving anyone or anything but themselves and their rich buddies.


Peru

;Cuco" Peña , it became a big "hit" in Puerto Rico. Among the songs included in the album was the song "''Yo Perdi''" (I Lost). "''Yo Perdi''" made Puerto Rican musical history, when it became the "first" Puerto Rican song to be converted into a musical video, filmed in 35&nbsp;mm. In 1983, Lunna married "Cuco" Peña, with whom she had three children, Gabriel, Juan and Angel (they later divorced). - Peru Lima - '''Lambayeque''' is a city in the Lambayeque region of northern Peru. It is notable for its exceptional museums featuring artefacts from local archaeological (archeology) sites. The Bruning Museum, established in the early 1900s, contains hundreds of gold and silver pieces, as well as textiles and ceramics, from the Vicus (Vicus (Peru)), Moche, Chimú, Lambeyeque and Inca cultures. The ''Tumba Real'' (Royal Tombs), established in 2002, contains artefacts from the tomb of the Lord of Sipan. '''Álvaro de Mendaña de Neira''' (or '''Neyra''') (1542 – October 1595) was a Spanish (Spain) navigator. Born in Congosto, in León (León (province)), he was the nephew of Lope García de Castro, viceroy of Peru. He is best known for the two voyages of discovery he led into the Pacific in 1567 and 1595 in search of Terra Australis. Historian Brett Hilder has written of “ardent spirits in Peru, inspiring three Spanish (Spain) voyages to the south west Pacific in the forty years from 1565 to 1605.” Hilder, B.(1980)'' The Voyage of Torres''. p.2 Queensland University Press, St. Lucia, Queensland. ISBN 0-7022-1275-X One of these ardent spirits was certainly Spanish soldier Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa who arrived in Peru in 1557. Sarmiento de Gamboa (Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa) developed an interest in Inca stories of gold and riches being collected from lands further to the west. Sarmiento's proposal for an expedition to find land in the Pacific was put to Governor Lope García de Castro, finding favour as it matched common Spanish belief in the existence of a great South Land. Historian Miriam Estensen argues Governor Castro also agreed as a way of maintaining peace and order. “Restless and disruptive” elements in the Spanish Americas were encouraged to join such journeys of exploration to remove them from colonial society. The lure of possible wealth made these expeditions attractive to such men, often drawn from the poorest levels of society. Estensen, M. (2006) ''Terra Australis Incognita; The Spanish Quest for the Mysterious Great South Land''. P.15. Allen & Unwin, Australia. ISBN 1-74175-054-7 Historian Brett Hilder has written of “ardent spirits in Peru, inspiring three Spanish (Spain) voyages to the south west Pacific in the forty years from 1565 to 1605.” Hilder, B.(1980)'' The Voyage of Torres''. p.2 Queensland University Press, St. Lucia, Queensland. ISBN 0-7022-1275-X One of these ardent spirits was certainly Spanish soldier Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa who arrived in Peru in 1557. Sarmiento de Gamboa (Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa) developed an interest in Inca stories of gold and riches being collected from lands further to the west. Sarmiento's proposal for an expedition to find land in the Pacific was put to Governor Lope García de Castro, finding favour as it matched common Spanish belief in the existence of a great South Land. Historian Miriam Estensen argues Governor Castro also agreed as a way of maintaining peace and order. “Restless and disruptive” elements in the Spanish Americas were encouraged to join such journeys of exploration to remove them from colonial society. The lure of possible wealth made these expeditions attractive to such men, often drawn from the poorest levels of society. Estensen, M. (2006) ''Terra Australis Incognita; The Spanish Quest for the Mysterious Great South Land''. P.15. Allen & Unwin, Australia. ISBN 1-74175-054-7 The four ships, ''San Geronimo'' (the Capitana), the ''Santa Isabel'' (the Almiranta), the smaller frigate ''Santa Catalina'' and the galiot ''San Felipe'' left Callao on 9 April 1595. Spirits were high in the first month, fifteen marriages being celebrated. Spate, O.H.K. (1979) p.128 Mendaña had Quirós prepare charts for his Captains that only showed Peru and the Solomon Islands. incorrectly marked as 1500 leagues west of Lima, as the Spanish underestimated the size of the Pacific. See Spate, O.H.K (1979) Of the 378 who sailed from Peru, about 100 survived, but ten more died shortly after arriving in Manila. Doña Isabel Barreto was honoured in Manila and Quirós was commended for his service and absolved of any responsibility for the killings on Santa Cruz. Three months later Doña Isabel married the Governor’s cousin. She continued to agitate for a return to the Solomon Islands. She died in 1612. Estensen, M. (2006) p.88-90 The Tigres adventure in the Libertadores included their first ever game in that tournament against Alianza Lima in Peru on February 15, 2005 (away, score: 0-0) and May 3, 2005 (home, score: 0-0). Their first ever win on the tournament, on February 23, 2005, against Caracas FC (Caracas Fútbol Club), from Venezuela (home, score: 3-1), and on April 13, 2005 (away, score: 2-5). This last game is the biggest-scoring game the team has had in its history on the tournament. thumb right 260px Mariátegui in 1928 (Image:José Carlos Mariátegui.jpg) '''José Carlos Mariátegui La Chira''' (14 June 1894– 16 April 1930) was a Peruvian journalist, political philosopher, and activist. A prolific writer before his early death at age 35, he is considered one of the most influential Latin American socialists of the 20th century. Mariátegui's most famous work, ''Seven Interpretive Essays on Peruvian Reality'' (1928), is still widely read in South America. An avowed, self-taught Marxist, he insisted that a socialist revolution should evolve organically in Latin America on the basis of local conditions and practices, not the result of mechanically applying a European formula. The '''green terror''' (''Andinoacara rivulatus'') is a colorful freshwater fish in the cichlid family (Family (biology)). The fish originates from the Pacific (Pacific Ocean) side of South America in the coastal waters from the Tumbes River in Peru to the Esmeraldas River in Ecuador. Males and females may reach lengths of Commons:Category:Peru

Peru located on the banks of the Ucayali River, a major tributary of the Amazon River. It is the capital of the Ucayali region, the Coronel Portillo Province and the Calleria District. Cultural appropriation in Western music as a cultural economic phenomenon is inextricably linked with the invention of sound recording and the development of the international recording industry, but the background to its emergence covers the whole span of modern Western musical

history, and what some analysts have deemed the digital revolution. This is particularly evident among indigenous peoples and their musical genres, such as the Urarina of Peruvian Amazonia who face many challenges in the face of globalization and the forces propelling cultural appropriation. Dean, Bartholomew. "digital vibes & radio waves in indigenous Peru." In ''Latin Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights: Legal Obstacles and Innovative


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