Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (1/2) by Franz Liszt
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, is the second in a set of 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies by composer Franz Liszt, and is by far the most famous of the set. In both the original piano solo form and in the orchestrated version this composition has enjoyed widespread use in animated cartoons. Its themes have also served as the basis of several popular songs. This performance is the Sylvester 1978 concert. Herbert von Karajan conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. (6:34)
The Rise of NCD's in India
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/asia-india-non-communicable-disease-infection-death-public-health-poverty-wealth-NCD Non communicable diseases (NCD's) cause 63 percent of all cases of death in the world. In India heart attacks, diabetes and cancer are increasing within the wealthy and the poor. Martina Merten reports for the Pulitzer Center. This report is part of the Pulitzer Center sponsored project: "Cause and Effects of the Increase of Non-communicable Diseases in India"
Chalk Artist: Julian Beever
This CBS News video shows the chalk art of Julian Beever. The photographs of his art is amazing. The artist talks about his art and how he starts his work. Because of the Internet his work is well known. First the art is drawn in miniture then he uses rope to plot out his drawing. The first day is the hardest. (5:20)
Introduction to Clauses
This is a video presentation about different kinds of clauses. There is an introduction explaining the difference between words, phrases and clauses and there are several examples.
Slavery gains a foothold in the American colonies as early as 1619. In the years that follow, laws and resistance grow around the institution with equal determination. Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander discusses slavery's early path.
Stop 1: Introduction
I Heard a Voice: The Art of Lesley DillOctober 1, 2010 - January 23, 2011 The Columbia Museum of Art presents an exhibition of contemporary American artist Lesley Dill that focuses on her most recent...
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Waterloo directory of English newspapers and periodicals, 1800-1900
The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals is a significant subscription-based bibliography of nineteenth-century British newspapers and periodicals. Searches of the bibliography may be conducted by title keyword, person, place, subject, or issuing body, and the metadata associated with each record is rich, including information about such matters as editors, contributors, illustrators, dates, political and religious orientations, and locations of holdings. There are over 50,00
From Freelancers to Telecommuters: Succeeding in the New World of Solitary Work
As the economy flirts with a double-dip recession and cost-conscious companies hesitate to re-hire, the workplace for many Americans has shifted away from crowded offices to a new world of solitary work. From freelancers to telecommuters to laid-off workers making do with temporary jobs, an increasing number of Americans are reporting to work each day from a corner of their home, a space in the garage or even a table at the local coffee shop. For some, it's a dream come true. But the transition
21L.501 The American Novel (MIT)
This course explores the metaphorical, historical, social, and psychological value of ghosts in the American novel. Using the theme of "haunting" as a flashpoint for class discussion and a thematic center for our readerly attention, this course examines the American novel in the context of the various histories which might be said to haunt fictional characters in the American novel, to haunt the American novel itself, and ultimately to haunt us: America's colonial past, its slave past, and other
HUMAN BODY - The Kidneys
This video consists of still images only. Images have parts of the body labeled. There is no narration, just music.
Geometric modeling: a survey
Computer programs are being developed to aid the design of physical systems ranging from individual mechanical parts to entire buildings or ships. These efforts highlight the importance of computer models of three dimensional objects. Issues and alternatives in geometric modelling are discussed and illustrated with comparisons of 11 existing modelling systems, in particular coherently-structured models of polyhedral solids where the faces may be either planar or curved. Four categories of repres
Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Promo 2
You can have college paid for and work full time in this unique partnership. www.grcc.edu/amp
Cardio Kickboxing Jump Kicks - Expert Village
Do cardio kickboxing jump kicks like the jump snap and jump hook kick with knees up high and good height in the jump. Practice jump kicks with tips from a kickboxing instructor. 1:18 min.
Speeches that Changed the World: JFK at American University and Berlin
As we approach the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy's speeches at American University and in West Berlin, Ambassador Nicholas Burns, veteran journalist Marvin Kalb, Sergei Khrushchev, Adam Frankel (former Obama speech writer and assistant to Ted Sorensen), Kennedy Library Director Tom Putnam, and Fred Kempe, author of BERLIN 1961: Kennedy, Khrushchev and the Most Dangerous Place on Earth, discuss the lasting influence of these two moments in history. Copyright: John F. Kennedy Library Foun
"Global Chicago, pt. 5"
A talk by Richard C. Longworth, executive director of the CCFR's Global Chicago Center. In collaboration with The Global Chicago Center of The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. From the World Beyond the Headlines Series.
Austerity - The History of a Dangerous Idea [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Mark Blyth | Governments have advanced a policy of draconian budget cuts - austerity - to solve the financial crisis. Austerity however is a dangerous idea that has time and again led to low growth and income inequality. "Austerity" marshals an army of facts to demand that we recognize austerity for what it is, and what it costs us. Mark Blyth is professor of International Political Economy at Brown University. Jonathan Hopkin is reader in Comparative Politics at the Depart
This is a video interview of an expert on Hepatitis C. Good explanation of the disease symptoms, progress, and treatment. It is estimated that one in every 10 Americans have Hepatitis C. Known as "a silent killer," many people are unaware they are infected, leaving them vulnerable to liver damage and other health problems. 28:50 min.
Hepatitis C Animation
Short animation showing how Hepatitis C infection takes place. Includes how the infection affects the body. 1:23 min.
Polio pt 1
Content: Poliomyelitis is a viral infection of the intestinal tract. Most cases of polio were mild--headache, fever, sore throat, and depression--with the patient usually recovered within three or four days. In fewer and more serious cases, the virus penetrates the stomach and intestinal tract, enters the lymphatic system, then the bloodstream, and then attacks the motor nerve cells of the spinal cord; if the nerve damage is severe, paralysis will result. Occurring most frequently in children, p