Singing

24 Mar 19
Queer Lorgnette

[Sara Mingardo, singing Più d’una tigre altera” from Handel’s “Tamerlano”. – Clip with thanks to robycheff & Crindoro] …

24 Mar 19
The Metal Gamer

Welcome to hell! With a child choirs singing and eventually ending with the words “welcome to hell” the stage is set when the opener “Ascendants of Hate” kicks off in great fashion. What’s Bleeding Utopia’s game all about you ask? It’s straight up Swedish death metal of the more melodic kind. The same kind of […]

24 Mar 19
we started in Rome

During this part of the trip, I couldn’t help myself singing that title to the melody of Boney M. repeatedly. Needless to say Agata wasn’t enjoying that as much as I did. But when you’re travelling long term as a couple, you come to witness each others weird moments more than you might expect. Couples […]

24 Mar 19
Language, identity and culture

The language of film can be used to shape perspectives of identity and culture, this article will conduct a close analysis of the didactic film “One Night the Moon” directed by Rachel Perkins, the daughter of the distinguished Aboriginal activist Charles Perkins; where one can enhance their understandings of how an individual’s cultural identity is shaped by […]

24 Mar 19
Anggita Dyah Ayu Kusumawardhani

Today is Thursday. We all SEA-TVET participants will show our performances in the Welcome and Send-off party. At the morning before we did the performance, we did a dress rehearsal first. We did the exercises to dance and sing with all our heart so that later our performance can be maximal. we have been practicing […]

24 Mar 19
i am not a millennial nor i claim to be but i'm a twat

i feel insulted. like, i learnt how to get laid in german just for them to call their lover schatz? i’m not saying that’s a terrible word, but it is. so i have this friend in rehab. and i’m posing as her lover so we can meet. and i never want to be in her […]

24 Mar 19
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rugby

You are welcome to join us to celebrate the Fourth Sunday of Lent, Year C at Sacred Heart Church. Mass will be on Sunday March 31st at 9.30am. There will be an anticipated Mass on Saturday evening at 5pm. This is what we will be singing on Sunday: Gathering: See newsletter Penitential Rite: 523 Pershore Gloria: Not […]

24 Mar 19
Cheese and Onion Pastiche

The tiny white tablet tasted like earwax as I pressed it onto my tongue. I looked around my kitchen for a clean glass but there weren’t any, so I filled a coffee-stained mug and washed the thing down in a single gulp. It was my favourite mug; Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ was printed on both […]

24 Mar 19
31117496.wordpress.com

Welcome to this months instalment of Identity and You where student 31117496 will discuss how the language of film can be used to shape perspectives of identity and culture. Texts have the power to represent and manipulate both individual and cultural perspectives within disparate cultural groups. Filmic devices are employed to challenge viewer perspectives on […]

24 Mar 19
In-sound Music Studio

The world of music has developed over time. There are more music producers and artists today than ever. Are you passionate about singing? Yes, stay focused, don’t sit and wait for your dream to happen, step up and make it happen. No one will do the hard work for you, not a studio that has […]

24 Mar 19
Jinenuba health

Each year, we commemorate World Tuberculosis (TB) Day on March 24 to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic. The date marks the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch announced that he had discovered the bacterium that […]

24 Mar 19
The S-Mum

“Where do you find the time?” “How can you be bothered?” “It can’t be worth that much work?” Musicals. I’ve been on stage my whole life, first as an Irish Dancer and for the past 15 years, as a member of Letterkenny Musical Society. This year, we’re doing Andrew Lloyd Webber and Time Rice’s masterpiece, […]