Author: Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)Publish On: 1983
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Author: Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)
... ( no da ) Low Low Low Moderas Mocasse Moderate Moderna Moderate Modern Low High Mod - High Low low Moderne Community WEST ... It will be particularly fanportant that the capiunt improvement programs of the verlows service providers be ...
Which brings us to a cuisine placed between high low and high, which should be discussed before we examine the more ... an important example being Antonio Latini's Lo Scalco Alla Moderna (The Modern Steward) of 1692, which examined the ...
Author: John Newton
The white colonisers of Australia suffered from Alliumphobia, a fear of garlic. Local cooks didn’t touch the stuff and it took centuries for that fear to lift. This food history of Australia shows we held onto British assumptions about produce and cooking for a long time and these fed our views on racial hierarchies and our place in the world. Before Garlic we had meat and potatoes; After Garlic what we ate got much more interesting. But has a national cuisine emerged? What is Australian food culture? Renowned food writer John Newton visits haute cuisine or fine dining restaurants, the cafes and mid-range restaurants, and heads home to the dinner tables as he samples what everyday people have cooked and eaten over centuries. His observations and recipes old and new, show what has changed and what hasn’t changed as much as we might think even though our chefs are hailed as some of the best in the world.
None of these instruments, however, would have been available to the friars during the height of the mission period. ... música moderna the violins are often entirely liberated, leaping about, running over and under, from high to low, ...
Author: Craig H. Russell
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Music in the California missions was a pluralistic combination of voices and instruments, of liturgy and spectacle, of styles and functions - and even of cultures - in a new blend that was non-existent before the Franciscan friars' arrival in 1769. This book explores aesthetic, stylistic, historical, cultural, theoretical, liturgical, and biographical aspects of this repertoire. It contains a "Catalogue of Mission Manuscripts," 150+ facsimiles, translations of primary documents, and performance-ready music reconstructions.
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On the growing gap between high and low culture, see O.Niccoli, Prophecy and People in Renaissance Italy, Princeton, ... Un Corpo e Due Anime: la Monarchia Papale nella Prima Età Moderna, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1982, especially Chapter 3; ...
Author: Jon Arrizabalaga
The role of religion was of paramount importance in the change of attitudes and approaches to health care and charity which took place in the centuries following the Council of Trent. Health Care and Poor Relief in Counter-Reformation Europe, examines the effects of the Counter-Reformation on health care and poor relief in Southern Catholic Europe in the period between 1540 and 1700. As well as a comprehensive introduction discussing issues of the nature of the Catholic or Counter-Reformation and the welfare provisions of the period, Health Care and Poor Relief sets the period in its social, economic, religious and ideological context. The book draws on the practices in different localities in Southern Europe, ranging from the Republic of Venice and the Kingdom of Naples to Germany and Austria. These examples establish how and why a revitalised and strenghtened post-Tridentine Catholic church managed to reshape and reinvigorate welfare provisions in Southern Europe.
THE DECLINE OF LOW GERMAN Whereas pre - Tridentine , late medieval popular piety in Münster was closely related to the Devotio Moderna of the Low Countries and expressed itself in the tongue of the burghers , Middle Low German ...
Type of extra - curricular physical activity and SES in Italian adolescents Very high High Medium Low None Football Dancing / aerobics / gymnastics Swimming Volleyball Basketball Fitness / body - building Martial arts Cyclism Other Tot ...
Author: Noemie P. Beaulieu
Publisher: Nova Publishers
Physical inactivity is a major risk factor for developing coronary artery disease. It also increases the risk of stroke and such other major cardiovascular risk factors as obesity, high blood pressure, low HDL ("good") cholesterol and diabetes. The American Heart Association recommends that children and adolescents participate in at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity every day. Increased physical activity has been associated with an increased life expectancy and decreased risk of cardiovascular disease. Physical activity produces overall physical, psychological and social benefits. Inactive children are likely to become inactive adults. This book presents new research in the field from around the world.
5 Galilei popularized Mei's ideas in his Dialogo della musica antica et della moderna of 1581, pointing out that the natures of high, intermediate, and low pitch and of fast and slow motion were different, and to mix them up ...
Author: P. Gozza
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Number 10 Sound: The Musical Way 10 the Scientific Revolution is a collection of twelve essays by writers from the fields of musicology and the history of science. The essays show the idea of music held by Euro th pean intellectuals who lived from the second half of the 15 century to the th early 17 : physicians (e. g. Marsilio Ficino), scholars of musical theory (e. g. Gioseffo Zarlino, Vincenzo Galilei), natural philosophers (e. g. Fran cis Bacon, Isaac Beeckman, Marin Mersenne), astronomers and mathema ticians (e. g. Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei ). Together with other people of the time, whom the Reader will meet in the course of the book, these intellectuals share an idea of music that is far removed from the way it is commonly conceived nowadays: it is the idea of music as a science whose object-musical sound--can be quantified and demonstrated, or enquired into experimentally with the methods and instruments of modem scientific enquiry. In this conception, music to be heard is a complex, variable structure based on few simple elements--e. g. musical intervals-, com bined according to rules and criteria which vary along with the different ages. However, the varieties of music created by men would not exist if they were not based on certain musical models--e. g. the consonances-, which exist in the mind of God or are hidden in the womb of Nature, which man discovers and demonstrates, and finally translates into the lan guage of sounds.