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Languedoc

; He then traveled throughout the American east for a few years, and eventually settled in New York. Forest, Jim. Biography Of aristocratic background, Déodat de Séverac was profoundly influenced by the musical tradition of his native Languedoc. He is noted for his vocal and choral music, which include settings

work is ''The Old Musical Box'' in B-flat major, but his masterpiece is the suite (suite (music)) ''Cerdaña'' (written 1904—1911), filled with the local color of Languedoc. His motet ''Tantum ergo'' is also still sung on occasion. Biography Of aristocratic background, Déodat de Séverac was profoundly influenced by the musical tradition of his native Languedoc. He is noted for his vocal and choral music, which include settings of verse in Provençal language

'' in B-flat major, but his masterpiece is the suite (suite (music)) ''Cerdaña'' (written 1904—1911), filled with the local color of Languedoc. His motet ''Tantum ergo'' is also still sung on occasion. Biography Of aristocratic background, Déodat de Séverac was profoundly influenced by the musical tradition of his native Languedoc. He is noted for his vocal and choral music, which include settings of verse in Provençal (Provençal language) (the historic language


Tlayacapan

trans_title Banda de Tlayacapan, 14 decades of musical tradition Direction of the band has stayed with the Santamaría family, with Brigido Santamaria, who headed it for much of the 20th century, writing music for the band, such as “Danza de los Chinelos” and sons and preserving older traditional pieces that might have otherwise been lost. When he died in 1975, the band came under the direction of Carlos Santamaría who heads it today. The band received the 1998 Premio Nacional de


Brockville

. Military band members returning from the Second World War formed the Brockville Civic Band. Re-organized as the ''Brockville Concert Band'' in 1974, it inherited a musical tradition (and actual sheet music) from civic and military bands dating back to the turn of the 20th century. The Brockville Concert Band plays a series of summer concerts every second Tuesday in Hardy Park in Brockville within view of the beautiful St. Lawrence River. The band also plays for various civic functions


Cirebon

in their Islamic theme. ''Burokan'' are usually held during festive occasions such as circumcision or marriage, and are accompanied by popular Cirebon folk songs, such as ''tarling.' '''Tarling''' is a musical tradition reminiscent of Bandung's ''kecapi suling'' music with except that it features guitar, ''suling'' (bamboo flute) and voice. The name derived from ''gi'''tar''''' (guitar), and ''su'''ling''''' (flute). Sports Cirebon is the home town of the PSGJ Cirebon football team, the club plays in the Liga Nusantara. Another team, Cirebon Football Club, the team also plays in the Liga Nusantara is based in the Bima stadium Cirebon. Other popular sports in Cirebon include Futsal. Court culture thumb left Kraton Kasepuhan (File:Keraton Kasepuhan3.jpg) palace in Cirebon. The remnants of Cirebon sultanate; Kasepuhan (Kraton Kasepuhan), Kanoman (Kraton Kanoman), Kaprabonan, and Kacirebonan kraton (Kraton (Indonesia))s are now run as cultural institutions to preserve Cirebon culture. Each still hold their traditional ceremonies and have become the patrons of Cirebon arts. Some of the royal symbols of Cirebon Sultanate describe their legacy and influences. The banner of Cirebon Sultanate is called "Macan Ali" (Ali's panther) with Arabic calligraphy arranged to resemble a panther (Panthera) or tiger. These indicate both Islamic influence and that of the Hindu Pajajaran Sundanese King Siliwangi's tiger banner. The royal lineage of Cirebon is still well respected and is held in high prestige among the people of Cirebon, although it does not hold real political power anymore,. The royal carriage of Kasepuhan's Singa Barong and Kanoman's Paksi Naga Liman carriage resembles the chimera (chimera (mythology)) of three animals; eagle, elephant, and dragon. These symbolyze Indian Hinduism, Arabic Islam, and Chinese influences. The images of Macan Ali, Singa Barong and Paksi Naga Liman are also often featured as patterns in Cirebon batik. Cuisine As a coastal city, Cirebon's main industry is fishery. Its products include ''terasi'' (shrimp paste), ''petis'', ''krupuk udang'' (shrimp crackers) and various salted fish. Cirebon is famous for its good quality salted fishes, such as ''jambal roti'', ''juhi'' (salted cuttlefish), ''rebon'' and ''ebi'' (dried small shrimp). These products are often sought by visitors, especially Indonesian domestic tourists and visitors from other cities, as ''oleh-oleh'' (food souvenirs gift). Cirebon is also known for its local cuisines and delicacies, such as ''empal gentong'' (a kind of meat and offal curry ), ''Mie Koclok'' (chicken noodle soup made from coconut milk ),''Nasi Lengko'' (rice mixed with bean sprouts, fried tofu, fried tempeh, topped with peanut sauce and soy sauce), ''Nasi Jamblang'' (rice of various side dishes), ''tahu gejrot'' (fried tofu with ground garlic, chili and shallot, topped with thin and sweet soy sauce), ''tahu petis'' (dry fried tofu served with petis dip sauce), ''Tahu Tek-tek'' (fried tofu topped with peanut sauce and mixed with vegetables) and ''ayam panggang'' (barbecue chicken). Another native food is "Docang" (lontong with sour vegetable soup). Tourism


Roussillon

of the kingdom of France. thumb right Déodat de Séverac (Image:Déodat de Séverac.jpg) '''Déodat de Séverac''' ( ) (Saint-Félix-de-Caraman (Saint-Félix-Lauragais), Haute-Garonne, July 20, 1872 – Céret, Pyrénées-Orientales, Roussillon, March 24, 1921) was a French (France) composer. Biography Of aristocratic background, Déodat de Séverac was profoundly influenced by the musical tradition of his native Languedoc. He is noted


Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Street Murfreesboro releases lineup for JazzFest work Southern Manners date March 10, 2014 accessdate March 26, 2014 For over 30 years, Uncle Dave Macon Days has celebrated the musical tradition (Old-time music) of Uncle Dave Macon. This annual July event includes national competitions for old-time music and dancing.


San Marino

convened in Québec, Canada. Music The country has a long and rich musical tradition, closely linked to that of Italy, but which is also highly independent in itself. In the 17th century, composers like the Sammarinese Francesco Maria Marini di Pesaro wrote some of the finest pieces of the era. San Marino (San Marino in the Eurovision Song Contest) has taken part in the Eurovision Song Contest five times, achieving


Addis Ababa

-standing popular musical tradition in Ethiopia was that of brass bands, imported from Jerusalem in the form of forty Armenian orphans (Arba Lijoch) during the reign of Haile Selassie. This band, which arrived in Addis Ababa on September 6, 1924, became the first official orchestra of Ethiopia. By the end of World War II, large orchestras accompanied singers; the most prominent orchestras were the Army Band, Police Band, and Imperial Bodyguard Band. Most of these bands were


Bethlehem

heritage of musical tradition * Ra'anana, Israel, since 1998


Uzbekistan

of Khwarezm is further divided. Northern Khwarezm became the Uzbek SSR, and in 1925 the western part became the Turkmen SSR.Following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, these became Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan respectively. Southern Khwarezmia is today a part of Iran. Many of the ancient Khwarezmian towns are situated currently in Xorazm Province, Uzbekistan. During the first major migration from Persia, in the 11th century, the musical tradition of Sema


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