Palestrina - Miserere nostri
'Miserere nostri, Domine', by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c.1528-1594). Animated score to accompany singing by the Auckland Catholic Music Schola ( http://www.schola.org.nz ).
Miserere nostri Domine,
quia multum repleti sumus despectione,
Quia multum repleta est anima nostra,
et despectio superbis. (Psalm 122:3-4)
Pity us, Lord,
for we have had more than our share of scorn,
for our soul has had more
Climb the Green Ladder: how sustainability can make you and your company more successful
What strategies can individuals within organisations use to make their organisation more successful and sustainable? Ed Gillespie is the co-founder and creative director of Futerra Sustainability Communications. Futerra arose from the frustration of its co-founders, in the late 1990’s, with the unsophisticated communications around sustainable development, and the dull and worthy messaging of corporate social responsibility. Supported by a grant from the National Endowment for Science, Technol
Master Fa Qing is a philosopher, calligrapher, and Buddhist monk who
believes that calligraphy and other spiritual arts allow us to simplify
our lives, opening up a door to happiness in a world where complexity
often works against it.
Joseph R. Bankoff President and CEO, Woodruff Arts Center - IMPACT
September 8, 2010 - IMPACT presents Joseph R. Bankoff, President and CEO, Woodruff Arts Center. Joseph R. Bankoff joined the Woodruff Arts Center in September 2006 as president and CEO. He has been an active part of the Atlanta arts community for many years. He worked to raise funds for Atlanta Arts Alliance (original name of the Woodruff Arts Center) and the 1983 expansion of the High Museum. He is a charter member of the High and long-time subscriber to the Alliance Theatre. He joined the Atl
Venn Diagrams - A Virtual Manipulative
This virtual manipulative represents three sets as overlapping circles. You can use it to represent set operations such as intersections, unions, and subsets.
The goal for each exercise is to shade the portion of the diagram corresponding to the given set.
You may begin by shading one or more entire sets (A, B, or C) and then clearing portions. When you have only the desired portion shaded, click the Check button.
There are more instructions to the right of the manipu
Buddy Guy performing "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl"
This video shows Buddy Guy performing "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" live.
"Jimmy Jet and His TV Set," poem by Shel Silverstein
This video is an animated claymation of one of Shel Silverstein's poems about what happened to the boy who did nothing but watch TV. Made in 2004 at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Narrated by Leamon W. Morgan. (3:01)
How To Do Leg Lifts
Narrator gives detailed steps to the proper way to perform leg lifts while the video shows a woman performing the exercise. 1:05 min.
Adriano Celentano sings with Mina-Parole Parole
In this video from 1972, Celentano sings with Mina. Both singers are seen performing.
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Edgar Allan Poe A&E Biography, Part 2
Part 2 of A & E's biography of Edgar Allen Poe. This clip consists of several narrative voices from the Arts and Entertainment television program with a still image of Poe. Extremely well written and professionally narrated; includes interview clips. (9:42)
Compare, Order and Measure Weight and Capacity
Observing a virtual balance, students will compare a two objects to determine which is heavier, lighter or about the same weight. Compare two jars to see which one would hold more. User clicks through the slides.
The Forbes Museum: Collect This!
MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids takes you to The Forbes Museum in the Forbes Magazine Building in New York City. Joinour busy interviewer, Yadie (age 12), as she interviews MARGARET KELLEYTROMBLY, Vice President of The Forbes Museum. Viewers learn why andwhen Mr. Malcolm Forbes began his collecting and how kids can getstarted on their own collections. This episode highlights the toy boat,toy soldier and monopoly collections.
Francis Bacon "Of Studies - Purpose & manner" Recitation animation
Here is a virtual movie of the great Sir Francis Bacon (1561 - 1626) philosopher and statesman and a pioneer of modern scientific thought reciting his essay on his thoughts on the true value of reading "Of Studies - Purpose & manner". Bacon was a radical on the subjects of learning and education. Knowledge in his time was considered to be a static, timeless thing worked out in the isolated contemplation of classic texts (especially those of
A Brief Fine Arts Timeline
This is a very brief visual arts timeline from Prehistoric (100,000BC-1000BC) to Modern and Contemporary Art.
The Lincoln Penny and the Money Museum
MEET ME AT THE CORNER takes you on a virtual field trip to Colorado Springs, Colorado to visit the Money Museum. Our young host Amanda learn about the history of money, coin collecting and the new Lincoln penny.
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven"
Here is a black and white virtual movie of Edgar Allan Poe "reading" his classic sad and mysterious love poem, "The Raven." The words of the poem are not shown on screen. The photograph head shot of Poe "reads" the poem, with lips "moving" and an occassional shift of head position and facial expression. Poe lived from 1809 - 1849; the first sound recording was invented by Edison in 1877.
"I Cannot Live With You" Poem by Emily Dickinson
Here is a black-and-white virtual movie of the (photograph of) the Emily Dickinson's head "reading" one of her love poems, number 640, "I Cannot Live With You". The text can be pulled down from the description box (top right). (1:51)
"I Died for Beauty" by Emily Dickinson
Here is a black-and-white virtual movie. a photograph of the head of Abiah Root (friend of the great American poet Emily Dickinson) "reading" Dickinson's poem "I Died For Beauty." The text can be pulled down from the description box (top right). Audio is very soft. (0:41)
"The Road Not Taken" Poem by Robert Frost
Here is a black and white virtual movie of the head (photograph) of Robert Frost "reading" probably his best known poem, "The Road Not Taken."