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How and where does Romeo commit suicide? Who is the last person to see Juliet before she stabs herself dead? A He is killed by a Capulet servant B He is attacked by bandits on the road C He is held inside a quarantined house, and is unable to leave D Romeo is stopped in Padua and never makes it to Mantua Why does the Apothecary agree to sell Romeo poison? On what day do Romeo and Juliet meet?

With whom is Romeo madly in love for the first two scenes of the play? In what decade was Romeo and Juliet written? A s B s C s D s Whom does Mercutio curse as he lies dying after a duel?

In what area is Friar Lawrence an expert? What term does the Chorus use to describe the lovers? Why does Tybalt first challenge Romeo to a duel? In what year did Shakespeare die? Etiquetas: movie. No hay comentarios:. Suscribirse a: Enviar comentarios Atom. Thanks to my followers and the people who visit this blog, these lines are for you: The true teacher defends his pupils against his own personal influence.

Amos Bronson Alcott Teachers open the door. You enter by yourself. Chinese Proverb Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths theater. Gail Godwin For every person who wants to teach there are approximately thirty people who don't want to learn--much. Today my mother is in foreclosure and is facing the loss of her home of nearly 60 years.

My brother and I are doing everything in our power to save her home because her mental stability depends upon it. I fight for her because without her unconditional love I probably wouldn? I will never give up on my mom even if she forgets who I am. I believe God performs miracles. My mother was 89 when she had a massive stroke.

The doctors gave her 24 hours to live, they said she was paralyzed and had no hope. In my heart I knew they were wrong. I went to the only quiet place I could find, the bathroom and prayed and asked God to give me a sign.

As I walked back to the hospital room my Son came running out and said,? Where have you been? Grandma just tried to crawl out of bed!? It has now been 3 years, my mother Rose Ross is 92, she laughs and jokes. I share her music with her, she bounces her head and waves her hand to the beat.

The music is very healing, music is the last memory to go This is a picture of my mom and me taken about 7 years ago now. She's now My mom taught me that everyone is born equal, to not be afraid to ask questions, that we are all the same underneath. My mom taught me to not be afraid of people in authority. It has helped me to challenge people when I think they are wrong or to question if I don't understand. To not feel intimidated. That it doesn't matter how important they think they are, you still have a voice, you are just as important.

And you must always stand up for yourself. My mom had to stand up for me when I was little. She had to convince the doctors that the lump on my neck was not normal. She never gave up challenging the doctors who said, what do you want me to do mother? Get a knife and chop it out? My mom never gave up.

I am alive today because of her determination to be heard. I'm 46, I'm a two times cancer survivor, I have a phd, I am still challenging the medical profession 40 years later.

And I still hear her voice in my head, everyday, to keep going, shoulders back, you're just as good as the next person. That's how she raised me. My mom is a great singer! Music is everything in our family. So Alive Inside really really resonated with me when I saw it in a little movie theatre in Wellington New Zealand this year.

There are so many songs to include on the playlist of our lives! Matt Munro singing walk away, born free, for the good times, all three take us back to my dads passing. All three he would sing and we have recordings on tapes of him singing. So, we will build our playlists and we will continue making memories around music. And I really hope that these memories will be kept safe for when we really need them late on.

I keep this picture in my office; my Dad died of melanoma that spread to his brain. I was a dancer in school so music was important and Dad and I shared a love of classical music. When I was in high school, he recruited a friend who had a great sound system to provide the music for a dance performance and took the day off work to be there. One Times Were Hard (We Had To Sell Baby) - Love In A Plague - Under (Cassette) Mom and Dad gave me a stereo and it came Times Were Hard (We Had To Sell Baby) - Love In A Plague - Under (Cassette) a cassette tape that Dad had made by recording a classical music radio station.

My Grandma Howard taught me unconditional love, acceptance, and commitment to family. I grew up in a situation where life was chaotic, and sometimes frightening, but grandma was calm security. I will always love and honor you, Grandma! Often they would smile, tap toes or? My name is Joe, I am 22 years old and live in Connecticut.

Recently, my father has had the unfortunate experience of developing a fast paced form of frontal lobe dementia, he is only 63 years old He's holding a picture of us when I was inducted into the honors society at my university 6 months before he was transferred to a full time care facility for his disease.

Not all the money in the world, or medication can cure the unfair disease that has not only affected my dad.

It has stolen so many opportunities for me to create new memories with him. We used to turn on "James Taylor" Pandora station and hang out on the weekends, talking about school and work, while cooking amazing food with family and friends while sharing a drink or two.

These memories will never be taken for me. They are irreplaceable. This picture of my grandparents at my wedding has been hanging in my office at work since My Granny suddenly and unexpectedly passed away about 10 months after that picture was taken.

She was one of the sweetest, funniest, most beautiful people I have ever known. She loved to laugh and loved making others laugh. My favorite music related memory of her is from when John Michael Montgomery? Be My Baby Tonight? The pace of the song is really quick and she had trouble catching all the lyrics, so for about 6 months or so every time I would see her she would ask me,?

What are the words to that? So I would sing them to her,? Could ya, would ya, ain? She would make me sing it over and over again at different speeds while she tried to sing along.

Then, whenever she thought she had it, she would always say,? We would end up laughing so hard we would have tears streaming down our faces. While she never did end up getting the lyrics right, I sure loved to hear her try! One of the many things she taught me over the years was to never take life or myself! I went to see Mom after 3 years of not visiting. She lives in Poland. I bought her a nice CD player and put on some of the CDs from her old collection. She was sitting in an armchair, after a long walk.

Kind of lifeless. I put this track on, and? She came to life. Her eyes opened wide and guided by my singing, she joined me throughout the piece, looking like she? I had to return back to the UK. But I was already planning my next visit. I booked to go for 2 weeks in October. And all that time in between my 1st and 2nd visit was spent on networking, looking for a music therapist in Lodz, where she lives, and also buying her CDs with all operas I could think of, operas in which she participated when she worked at the Grand Opera House in Lodz.

Gosh, I bought some 18 operas in sets of one more CD per opera. Then it took me ages to make copies of them all and have all titles printed. But I did manage. I was still finishing that undertaking at 4 am on the day of my flight - I slept 3 hours before it was time to get up and make my way to the airport.

Anyway, I knew a musician friend here in London who currently studies music therapy. It was he who told me about your film. When I saw the trailer - I was moved to tears. Cause I knew that I just experienced something so similar with my Mom just a week before I saw it.

I thought that Times Were Hard (We Had To Sell Baby) - Love In A Plague - Under (Cassette) a great co-incidence! I felt the magic vibes and thought I?

But to end this email on a nice note pardon the pun - my Mom has 2 hourly sessions of music therapy a week now.

She is still getting used to it, I think. She doesn? But Joanna is not giving up. Since I? About the part of human brain, responsible for the music stimuli which doesn? It brings hope to people. Ask any aging baby boomer who grew up in that period. Rock music, in any case, would never be the same after Spector; it would no longer be the thin-sounding guitar and drum-based music of the s.

Spector changed things, and his technique lifted the quality of rock and roll, making it more complex and more musical. Spector had a talented group of musicians working with him in the studio — though they were not Times Were Hard (We Had To Sell Baby) - Love In A Plague - Under (Cassette) well known by the public at the time.

Many of these musicians, and others, also worked with Spector on other hits songs. But there are also castanets and maracas mixed in, giving the song an exotic and calypso effect. It is an uncanny instrument. Sitting on a ragged couch in my railroad flat, I could hear her through all the arguments on the street, the car alarms, the sirens.

She floated above the sound of New York while also being a part of it — …stomping her foot on the sidewalk and insisting on being heard. Ronnie Bennett, photo. In the studio, however, Phil Spector was a hard-charging, no-nonsense producer, putting his singers and musicians through the wringer at times. He treated them as if they were another instrument. It would sell over two million copies in alone.

The Ronettes were on their way and were soon being sought out in hot demand to sing and make personal appearances. Click for Bandstand story. Clark was well known as the host of the nationally televised American Bandstand dance show by then, which he had begun hosting regionally from Philadelphia in The music stars of the day piled into a bus with Clark as they moved from one venue to the next.

You could tell that he wanted everybody to make it. He was a man, and he was rich and he had his own TV show every Saturday — but to actually see this man on a bus, with all the groups, and not letting any of the groups go into hotels when they would give the black groups a hard time. I remember going inside diners and getting hamburgers for a lot of the black guys — I never thought about black or white until I traveled on the Dick Clark tours, and I saw people afraid to go into a restaurant because of the color of their skin and what might happen to them if they did.

Click for CD or digital singles. In one of those classic moments of bad timing, the album happened to be released at the time of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, which dampened its reception given the grieving national mood. Click for digital. ByPhil Spector was now managing the Ronettes as well as producing their songs and selling their records.

Spector used extensive over-dubbing on this recording until he had the equivalent of voices to compliment and balance out the dense instrumental tracks. By December and earlywith their two singles in the U.

Top 20, the Ronettes had become quite popular in the U. On the tour, the Ronettes were the top of the bill, with the Rolling Stones providing their opening act.

They were among the first girl groups to produce anything close to hysteria in British audiences. The U. On the tour, the Ronettes traveled with Rolling Stones in a van as they went to various performances in the U.

And we all traveled together. They were great guys. And I loved Keith. He loved me. My sister was usually with Mick … and Nedra was with Brian, you know. But we all were together… Like, having dinner together and eating. There was not a lot of sex and all that kind of stuff going on with us. But with us, there was none of that… unfortunately laughs. Back in the States, as well, the Ronettes always traveled with at least one family member. According to one report, when they were playing a two-week date in Wildwood, New Jersey, they were asked to stay over an additional week.

But during their trip to the U. K, the Ronettes were also introduced to the Beatles, and spent personal time with them during the tour. Estelle and George Harrison had paired off in the dancing that evening, as Ronnie remembered, while she spent some time with John Lennon.

The Ronettes, in fact, having befriended the Beatles on their first tour of Britain, were on hand February 8, to welcome the Beatles as they arrived in New York for their first U. Two years later, in Augustthe Ronettes minus Ronnie would join the Beatles on their city U. And despite reaching only No. A sample DJ-only copy of the latter song appears at left. However, these songs were only on the market very briefly, pulled back almost immediately after release.

The song opens with the sound of a recorded thunder storm and continues with the sound of rain throughout, an effect that was unique for its time.

Ronnie would also mark this song as a personal favorite. I really felt I was developing as an artist after recording it, plus I did the vocal in just one take. Ronettes' album of featuring mostly their hit singles. Click for CD or vinyl. The song was a major commercial success in Europe, reaching number two in Ireland and the United Kingdom and topping the Norwegian Singles Chart for six weeks.

The cover also reached number one in Austria for a week and reached the top 10 in several other European countries. In MayBlige performed the song at the finale of American Idol with finalist Elliott Yaminahead of its full release to American radio. Under a supergroup label of "Automatic Baby" reflecting the names of then recent releases by both groupsmembers of R.

We played 'One' and Bono appeared to forget the words, but I didn't — they were as clear to me as the Our Father. Seventeen Rice's age when Achtung Baby was issued is such a powerful age, and 'One' is such a powerful song. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Paul Oakenfold Steve Osborne. From the Sky Down film.

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