JS Bach pt.7
J.S.Bach occupies a pivotal place in the history of music.His compositions reprensents both the height of the Baropue and the beginning of the Modern Age of music .Filmed in Leipzig,London and America,this documentary both fascinating anf authoritative features specialy-filmed extracts with Jonh Eliot Grandiner conducting the Monteverdi Choir and English Baropue Soloists, performing the Mass in B minor,Andras Schiff playing the GoldBERG variations,Jacques Loussier improvising on the Toccata and
A Primer in Modern Intellectual Property Law
This is a very broad primer in intellectual property law from the perspective of its original justification, and the basic legal and institutional distinctions that accompany it in the modern period (roughly 1700-2000).
Renaissance Music at Lincoln Castle on Vimeo
Instruments played include a variety of percussion instruments; the sackbut (predecessor to the trombone); various recorders; a rackett (the compact reed instrument played occasionally by one of the performers seated on the step); a shawm or two (predecessor of the oboe); and a rauschpfeife (played in some pieces by the woman on the right), which has no modern equivalent. It's a capped reed instrument (like a bagpipe chanter: your lips do not touch the reed as in modern woodwinds) with a conical
History of the Internet
This video starts from 1957 through 2009. Before 1957 computers could only work on one task at a time and had to be stored in special cooled rooms. In 1957 the idea of timesharing came up-so that the processes of one computer could be shared with others. In 1958 a military network by Rand was created. These were the beginnings for our modern internet. (8:10)
Otis Learning ePortfolio: The Road to Aahs
Students come to Otis College of Art and Design from a variety of places. They are encouraged to document their journey through college by documenting their own ideas, perspective, and creative projects on their own Learning ePortfolios. Over time, the students gather and showcase their own development allowing them to reflect on their own progress.
Innovation: the key to future growth
Which is more innovative? The global conglomerate with revenue of $363 billion or the entrepreneur whose ground-breaking Double-Click software package revolutionised online selling and was ultimately sold to Google for more than $3 billion?
Answer: it’s a tie.
This Flash based applet simulates data from a case study of treatments for tumor growth in mice. This simulation allows the user to place mice into a control and treatment groups.
In this module you will study the motion of a vibrating string under undamped and damped conditions. There are interactive exercises to link everyday experiences with mechanics and mathematics. In particular, you will derive the equation which governs the motion of a vibrating string; study the motion of a vibrating string in a vacuum and in a fluid; compare real experimental data with theoretical predictions. Integrating the concepts of higher math with their applications in science and engine
Choral Evensong with the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
ROOTS DOWN - into our deep traditions WALLS DOWN - in God's church today The Anglican Episcopal House of Studies at Duke Divinity School with the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge present Choral Evensong, September 13, 2010, at Duke University Chapel. Choir under the direction of Timothy Brown, Director of Music, Clare College
Art Institute of Chicago Musecast: March 2007 1) Modern Wing construction
2) Artist Connect program
3) Teen Lab
1) Modern Wing construction
Valerie Fletcher on Louise Bourgeois: The Past as Present
Senior Curator of Modern Art Valerie Fletcher discusses the work of Louise Bourgeois.
Friday Gallery Talk: National Gallery's Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Molly Donov
National Gallery's Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Molly Donovan on Kimsooja's "A Laundry Woman, Yamuna River, Delhi."
Associate Curator Evelyn Hankins on Alexander Calder
Hirshhorn Associate Curator of Modern Art Evelyn Hankins discusses the work of Alexander Calder in this Friday Gallery Talk.
Finding information in science and nature
This unit will help you to identify and use information in Science and Nature, whether for your work, study or personal purposes. Experiment with some of the key resources in this subject area, and learn about the skills which will enable you to plan searches for information, so you can find what you are looking for more easily. Discover the meaning of information quality, and learn how to evaluate the information you come across. You will also be introduced to the many different ways of organis
Listener comments and questions
Ramlila We received several pieces of feedback on the Ramlila episodes. Most of it was very positive: Cindy said: “This is going to be a great study and am looking [...]
Woman in kitchen
A woman wearing an apron stands next to a stove while holding a tea kettle and tray. She is pouring something from the kettle into a tea cup on the tray. Several pots and pans are on the stove beside her. A small table is set against the wall behind her.
11.404 Session 04 - The Development Process
Session 4 - The Development Process
This is a short report about the world's biggest fish. It shows that it is being studied in a tagging expedition by marine scientists in Kenya. There are details about the study results.
Pink Dolphins of the Amazon
The pink river dolphin has developed unique adaptations that allow it to thrive in its surroundings. In this video segment, watch how scientists study these adaptations by examining their ferocious teeth, unfused vertebrae, and pink skin color. Also. learn how the pink river dolphins’ use of sonar has evolved to help them feed and communicate. Run time 05:13.
Patterns of life
Each mp3 voice recording accompanies a PowerPoint slide or set of slides. These two files were bundled together with a transcript of the mp3s (mainly for people with hearing disabilities) and a printer-friendly pdf of the slides. Each set of files is organised into topics, which are set out in two ways. For linear learners they are set out in a suggested order. For non-linear learners they are organised via an interactive “mind map”, which is a diagram showing how the different sub-topics fi