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Black Rose Of My Mar Vaglia

Black Rose of my Mar Vaglia, exquisite as color of night in all the passion to be captured in flower of thine sexuality to adorn garden of womanhood enchanted by fragrance of our desire as honey lends sweetness to palate Black Rose of my Mar Vaglia, to be savored by taste of mine for thee as lust of my desires feasts upon juices of paradise to quench thirst whilst passions spray flower of woman with perfume of lust to elevate senses for tempestuous storms to rage Black Rose of my Mar Vaglia, it be with fiery kiss that black rose welcome root of mine to her paradise as rich lips with tenderness encounter desire of mine in strong embrace whilst root of mine makes way ever emergent in our wishes whilst desires flood her garden of wild beauty Black Rose of my Mar Vaglia, ever sensuous decoration of thine femininity as we make journey through out lands a far in romantic escapades of wild carnality nay aware of boundaries as world be ours to indulge flights of fantasy in scandalous spectacles of incendiary acts of flesh Submit article Submit article Submit article Submit article Submit article Submit article Submit article […] read more
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Angel Of Fall

The fall is upon me with shades on to colors fading from bright on to pallid flavors ever of this crisp season to refresh air of nature whilst bringing new energy on to my desires as does my angel who likewise does take on the form of the change My angel in mane of gold does capture the leaves of the time of year which turn to lovely tones of color as winds of cool bring about end to summer’s green to transform all to riches of multihued plenty My angel taking on warmth from spirit ever bountiful in emotions as does autumn to range from russet of foliage to crimson dark in passions of my Joannuszka encountered in flowers dried by arrival of new summer to be dubbed Indian My angel in lady’s summer encompasses fashion of alteration as surroundings colorful adorning my Joannuszka in wears of elegance decorating her from cascade of yellow curls as she descends to vision of loveliness of the season of dormant environment My angel cometh as candle of ardent fervor in season of falling leaves and chestnuts to hurl on ground from trees Submit article Submit article Submit article Submit article Submit article […] read more
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what are exams and the different examination boards

Music examinations are a method of formally assessing the accomplishments of pupils learning musical instruments. Although there are music examinations available to school and university students alongside other regular qualifications and assessments, there are also a number of independent, examination bodies who solely provide assessment in musical ability which are open to all. Music exams are set in both theory and practical aspects. The theory examinations are taken by pupils of all instruments and typically cover areas such as musical notation, construction of scales and composition. The practical exams concentrate on the particular instrument favoured by the pupil, for example piano, guitar or flute. They cover elements such as playing set pieces; scales; sight reading and aural. Most students who enter these exams have taken a course of music lessons with a private teacher. Often this is a way for children to receive music training over and above what is provided at their usual place of learning. Examination Boards: ABRSM: Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music //www.abrsm.org The Associated Board is the worlds leading examination body for music, with a system of examinations and assessments in over 80 countries around the world. The Associated Board is linked to […] read more
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Easy Guitar Playing Lessons

If you have a six-string, a pick and a solid but comfortable armless chair, you are ready for some easy guitar lessons. Here are some of the basic things you should learn. Know your instrument. The topmost portion of your guitar is called the head or the headstock. This is where you well find the tuners, which are used to adjust the pitch of the six strings. The long part attached to the head is the neck. Down the neck is the body of the guitar. If you are using a classical or acoustic guitar, you will find a sound hole in the middle. This serves to project and amplify the sound. Electric guitars, on the other hand, do not have holes. Instead, they have pickups, which intensify the sounds coming from your instrument. Of course, you have the strings that are attached to the tuners, run down over the neck, over the hole and attached to the bridge. Hold your guitar properly. The thickest guitar string should be the topmost when you hold the guitar and the neck should be parallel to the ground. The body should rest comfortably on one of your thighs. Tune your guitar. Before you […] read more
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Dutty Wine Dance

Curious minds may ask what the Dutty Wine is. The dutty wine originated in Kingston, Jamaica and its popularity grew at such an amazing rate that the world had to catch on. It was done mainly by women during at various dancehalls and venues. The dance was made more popular when a song called “dutty wine” was released. The combination of song and dance pushed the dance to dizzying heights, making it the popular dance for 2006. The Dutty Wine dance can be done in many different variations. This is due to the fact that each dancer adds their own distinctive style to the dance. To start, the main dance is rather simple. The main move is the swinging of the neck round and round in a circular motion. This is done in a repetitive fashion and enhanced if the dancer has long hair. This completes the upper section of the dance. Many people incorporate their legs into the dance. This is done in a butterfly motion (butterfly: a popular urban dance from the earl 1990s). The combination of leg movements and neck spinning results in the dance the dutty wine. As mentioned earlier personal style is an essential in […] read more
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6 Tips For Better Guitar Playing

In this article I hope to demonstrate a few tips that will, with any luck, put you on the correct approach to developing into a proficient guitar player. If you can take into account that to play well involves a lot of practice and dedication then these tips will give you a head start. It takes arduous work and perseverance to the learn guitar and there is no fast and easy way, but some procedures are much more adept than others, resulting in quicker advancement. The main chief tip, though, is no matter what you do dont admit defeat Set Aside Your Own Space Distractions can play havoc with your concentration and focus, making any practise session worthless. Learning to play the guitar is hard enough so make it easier by finding a space where you can be alone without any outside noise or interruptions. Equipment Ensuring that your guitar is tuned correctly is paramount at the beginning of any practise session. Preparation is essential to good guitar playing and it is imperative to make certain that your instrument is in good condition Understand Your Instrument Surprising, as it might seem, not all guitars are the same, every one has […] read more
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Major Pentatonic Scale

Major Pentatonic The major pentatonic is similar to the minor pentatonic: The intervals for a major pentatonic are 1 2 3 5 6 1. The C major scale includes C D E G A C. The difference between the major and minor scale is the minor scale has a flatten 3rd interval. The following is the most common generic box shape for the pentatonic major scale: The major pentatonic sounds happier and are not used as extensively in rock and blues as the minor version of the scale. They sound good over major chords, and power chords. Sometimes the minor and major scales are used in the same song, with the major scale used for the chorus, and the minor for the verse. There are no hard and fast rules when in comes to scales and soloing. It s a matter of style and personal choice, as long as it sounds good, go for it. But you will find that if you use these simple scale forms in conjunction with an appropriate chord progression this will sound good more often. A chord progression based on the A minor chord will sound good with A minor pentatonic and a C major […] read more
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Criticism In Music

A criticism, or “critique” as it is also called, refers to any kind of oral or written opinion, whether negative or positive, communicated to a perfomer by an instructor, judge, mentor, other musician or even non-musician. It is an evaluation of a performance that is shared to the performer by the evaluator. It is sometimes also shared with the public, such as in media, where, in this case, it is more commonly known as a “review” . You, as a musician, can become adversely affected in your morale and possibly even discouraged if you do not know how to properly deal with it. Any art, including music, is so close to the persons very essence that any criticism about it can hit home like a ton of bricks, even devastating an individual, believe it or not. But criticism for the musician is inevitable. It comes with the territory of learning and performing music, from instructors, other musicians, admirers, fans, from all sorts of sectors. It is an inherent aspect of conservatories and music competetitions. Technically speaking, every person has the right to express his/her opinion on anything. Oftentimes, people feel the need to express their feelings regarding anything in the […] read more
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Beat Maker Software – 3 Great Ways To Use It

Have you seen any of the latest beat maker software online? Its really cool and the stuff you can do with it is quite incredible. With very little music knowledge or background you can make some pretty interesting beats and even songs by simply using the software. You also dont need too much in terms of a computer and a basic PC or Mac will do just fine. Beat maker software can be used for a variety of things. Many people spend a fortune on buying beats and sounds that they could have made themselves – for free. Here are 3 cool ideas for how you can use the software. 1. Background music Are you into making your own games? Computer games require a lot different sounds and music and if you have to buy it all you can quickly blow your budget. With the software you can make your own beats and really customize it to get what you really want – even if you are not very musical. 2. Rap beats Are you into rapping and hip hop? Are you thinking of making your own songs? Most of the time the lack of a studio or the inability […] read more
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BBC Banned Music: Top Singles Banned

The British Broadcasting Corporation also known as the BBC is a public broadcasting corporation. Therefore, it allows itself to ban materials that deviate from certain standards of civility. During the years, many singles that were seen as too explicit, distasteful or bear the potential for offending the British public were banned from BBC airplay. Here you can read about some of them. In 1977, when England was celebrating the Queens Jubilee, the Sex Pistols had released their second single titled God Save the Queen. The single includes controversial lyrics that rhyme the national anthem title with fascist regime. Moreover, the record cover displayed a picture of the Queen with a safety pin stuck in her nose. The single was found to offensive to be air played by the BBC, but it did not stop it from reaching number two on the BBC official singles chart. According to the myth, God Save the Queen was the top selling single in the UK at the time, but it was held back of number one to avoid controversies. Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin scandalous duet Je TAime … Moi Non Plus, translated: I love you… me neither, was the first ever number one […] read more
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