Archive for January, 2011

01.31
11

The Feeling

by yudaica2013 ·

You have difficulty stepping, begins nauseated, hand nearly falls out guitar (well, or tambourine), you can not see anything and spotykayass of drums or the microphone cord, falls. The audience, naturally, begins laugh, and you run away in shame hang in the nearest toilet. 🙂 Well I was just, kidding, of course. Most often, it ends banal standing ‘as a post’, clutching a microphone before the white in the knuckles and the mooing of something unintelligible in the key that will obstruct identify himself Beethoven. As a person who has passed through something like that, I will say this – the feeling is not pleasant.

Now, looking back, I realize how much has been done to to get rid of stage fright. However, all I did not succeed and fail ever and thank God! Why? The fact that the excitement that we experience before going out – this is a manifestation of energy, which overwhelms us. It is necessary to send it back on track, and you’re on horseback, is to succumb to it and let things take their course – and you’re in trouble. Only when I realized it and started a real progress, and what you will, by the way, I wish. Now I am still worried by speeches, but this fear allows me to use the adrenaline rush to get up things that I can not in normal, quiescent state. Now, for example, to make a quality recording at home, I have shake yourself emotionally, it seems that I address to get the necessary momentum.

01.31
11

National Museum

by yudaica2013 ·

Behind, the Casa Rosada (or the presidential palace), the classic Metropolitan Cathedral and the Museum of the Cabildo stress the importance of a country with a very recent history. You can not leave the area without going through Puerto Madero, the unconventional neighborhood where the old port warehouses have become cozy loft for office and home. In addition, you can visit a ship, lit up at night, exhibitions of painting and sculpture to which free access. This pleasant walk in Puerto Madero you can not leave without admiring the famous Bridge of the woman the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava designed the shape of a couple dancing tango. It is precisely in the neighborhood that is south of downtown, San Telmo, where tango can be heard during his famous Sunday market where you can buy antiques in its narrow and picturesque streets while dancing.

But you can also dance the tango for free many of the taverns in which part of the service get you to dance after tasting its famous Argentine beef. And along with the purely Argentine is also free photos with Mafalda has been placed on a bench in the neighborhood, near the house where Quino first drew. South of San Telmo is the most chaotic and colorful capital, La Boca. Known for hosting the famous soccer stadium of Boca Juniors, an emblem for all Argentines. Even if something surprising in this neighborhood are the homes of color working in the area, which have their origin in the Spanish and Italian immigrants who painted their houses with the paint left over from the boats. In the north of the city, closest to the center is Retiro is one of the most luxurious in Buenos Aires but it contains a large part of the museums and the train station and the capital's largest. To travel to anywhere in the country should be asked in the office of information and that the buses are cheap and are well equipped to long distances.

Another landmark is Recoleta neighborhood in which you can visit the National Museum of Fine Arts and the impressive Recoleta cemetery, which is said to Eva Peron is buried but the locals do not totally believe it. The city's cultural offer is impressive and there are a number of music and drama performances and free exhibitions in the street and in cultural centers (), which can make the visit to this great megalopolis without requiring a round trip spend lots of money. By: Andrea a Sonia Sanz, Andrea and Almudena are independent travelers, before working as writers for HostelBookers toured several continents to discover the wonders of their cities and towns. During this trip, Andrea discovered a large quantity of quality, affordable place to stay.

01.30
11

Never Too Late To Start A New Life

by yudaica2013 ·

When Susan Boyle was presented the program Britain's got talent, I suppose he had, as his song presentation I said I dreamed a dream (dreamed a dream), a package of illusions, but I assume they never thought he was going to get where he arrived. With forty-seven and one aspect that does not correspond at all with the glamor of television, and slightly rough manners, was viewed with great skepticism by the judges. But a few seconds were enough to begin to sing all their faces transformed into faces skeptical total amazement. It is not only the voice was melodious and powerful, but also to sing a tone was wonderfully personal, unique and distinctive that made it unlike any other voice heard before. In the TV show where they make a short synopsis of the story of his life, the presenters commented that an hour after being submitted to the hearing, received calls from around the world to acclaim his performance. However these things and capricious fate that has not won the competition. His life had been completely destroyed if Simon Cowell had not felt the need to record an album with his voice.

Today's record sales in pop music. And as she puts it went from being someone to look in the mirror does not liked to be a sophisticated lady. This is a story in millions. Of that I have doubts. It's like the program said in a Hollywood movie. Unique and unrepeatable. But there is something that none of the beings on this planet should be left to take into account the basis of this history.

01.30
11

Hector Barrera

by yudaica2013 ·

This set creole following his involvement in the first round, had a mission to accompany always be remembered: Rosita and Alejandro Ascoy "The limenita and Ascoy." The second part was a small orchestra music, which in addition to the dance, took care to accompany the artists, which were many those who marched in the "night club", the orchestra was composed of: pianist (Alberto Haro), saxophone (Hector Barrera), drummer (Guillermo Garabito), electric bass and singer (Robert Smith), guitar (Carlos Guerra) , conga showgirl (can not remember the name). This description says, is that I found to join the "club" since this business opened on April 27, 1973, and during the seven years I worked in it, there were many changes in members of the two musical frameworks. After two years of my income, bassist of the band decided to retire because he wanted to travel abroad, and that place was free. The teacher Hector Barrera who was the director of the orchestra, I knew that I also played that instrument, and he suggested I also include the orchestra, which I immediately agreed. I became the only musician from the rock, as they say in musical slang "double" because in one night, he played in the Creole and the whole orchestra. That served me well because it can broaden my musical knowledge.

There are many amusing anecdotes and stories that little by little, I fare counting, but in this article I want to share with everyone something that left me thoroughly impressed at the time musically. The teacher Hector Barrera, was an extraordinary musician, the, besides conducting the orchestra played the alto saxophone. There are a start to three types of saxophones and are: alto, tenor and baritone; to explain a little what really impressed me, I have to explain to some music (hopefully will understand): When interpreting a musical piece is set a tone, say "the child", all accompanying instruments in the orchestra, each instrument according to whether they are in different shades. Example: trumpet, saxophone, trombone, piano, electric bass, etc. All played in different tones, but at the same time, all sound in "minor." At that time there were musicians who specialize in transcribe all the music on the themes of fashion in staff, to be touched orchestras, this meant that the skilled musician, he had to write all the papal for each instrument, the same song. He wrote the role for the bass, piano, guitar, trumpet, trombone, alto sax, etc.. Here is how impressive the case, the orchestra teacher Hector Barrera of "rock Charles' only had a wind instrument; theirs," alto "and bought these musical arrangements, then grabbed the role of the saxophone, the trombone, the trumpet, and in due course interpreted them with his sax. For those who understand me musically, they will realize that this is very difficult to do, but the did. I repeat there are many circumstances, both stunning and hilarious, I lived in that time, and that marked my musical life, one way or another, and look forward to sharing them with everyone.