Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity
The Proclamation of Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity was made by the Director-General of UNESCO starting in 2001 to raise awareness on intangible cultural heritage and enco...
Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity - Wikipedia
A. Piazzolla. Libertango
Moscow City Symphony "Russian Philharmonic" Phonograph Jazz Band Conductor -- Honoured Artist of Russia Sergey Zhilin Soloists -- Yuri Medyanik (bandoneon), ...
Enrico Macias - Tango, L'amour C'est Pour Rien
Enrico Macias - Tango, L'amour C'est Pour Rien Ca o salamandra, dragostea e minunata, Ea renaste din propria cenusa ca pasarea de foc. Nimeni nu poate sa o constranga a se naste Si nimic nu poate s-...
Nick and Diana - Satuday night demo @ DFX
Denver Fusion Exchange Saturday night demo: Nick Jones & Diana Cruz January 12, 2014
Amazing Performance by Juan Darienzo
Orquesta de Juan Darienzo - The power of tango .
Por una Cabeza - Carlos Gardel
"Por una cabeza", is one of the most famous and popular tango songs by Carlos Gardel (composer) and Alfredo Le Pera (lyricist), written in 1935. http://en.wi...
Gyrfalcon - Wildlife Facts
The Gyrfalcon ( Falco rusticolus ) also known by the abbreviation gyr is an Arctic bird of prey and considered the world’s largest falcon species. They breed in the circumpolar region on Arctic...
Gyrfalcon - Wildlife Facts
The Gyrfalcon ( Falco rusticolus ) also known by the abbreviation gyr is an Arctic bird of prey and considered the world’s largest falcon species. They breed in the circumpolar region on Arctic...
Harris's Hawk
The Harris's hawk ( Parabuteo unicinctus ) is a medium-large sized bird of prey found in from North America southward to Central and South America. Their range extends from the southwestern United...
Harris's Hawk
The Harris's hawk ( Parabuteo unicinctus ) is a medium-large sized bird of prey found in from North America southward to Central and South America. Their range extends from the southwestern United...
The tyranny of olive oil
Olive oil is known as the "healthy alternative" to butter, but does that matter to real cooks and consumers? Get their opinions and the fast facts on butter, olive oil and saturated fats.
Altai Mountains horse-riders who practice the 4,000-year-old art of eagle hunting
A photographer has captured a stunning set of images displaying the 4,000-year-old art of eagle hunting. The images were taken by Tariq Zaidi, who travelled to the desolate Altai Mountains, which run ...
Preliminary Results Suggest Mediterranean Diet Reduces Breast Cancer Risk
A new study suggests there may be a way for women to dramatically reduce their risk of breast cancer, without cutting calories, losing weight or taking medication. Women who were randomly assigned to ...
Giant Xylophone in Forest - Beautiful Japanese TV Advert Commercial
This beautiful advert was created by Japanese agency Drill Inc. who built a giant wooden xylophone (reportedly over 1mile long) in the middle of a forest.Which made up individual notes of Bach's Canta...
UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists
The Lists of Intangible Cultural Heritage are established by UNESCO aiming to ensure the better protection of important intangible cultural heritages worldwide and the awareness of their significance....
UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists - Wikipedia
Castell
A castell ([kəsˈteʎ]) is a human tower built traditionally in festivals at many locations within Catalonia. At these festivals, several colles castelleres or teams often succeed in building and disman...
Castell - Wikipedia
Pansori
Pansori (Korean: 판소리, also spelled p'ansori) is a Korean genre of musical storytelling performed by a vocalist and a drummer. The music is usually performed by one sorikkun (Korean: 소리꾼, a sin...
Pansori - Wikipedia
Morita Kanya XIV
Morita Kan'ya XIV (十四代目 守田 勘弥, Jūyondaime Morita Kan'ya, 8 March 1907-28 March 1975) was a Japanese kabuki actor. He was a tachiyaku actor (performer of male roles), specializing in playing th...
Morita Kanya XIV - Wikipedia
Flamencology
Flamencology, from the Spanish word Flamencología, is an academic discipline pertaining to the Flamenco arts. It combines research, documentation, and other techniques to achieve the diffusion and pre...
Gyrfalcon - Wildlife Facts
The Gyrfalcon ( Falco rusticolus ) also known by the abbreviation gyr is an Arctic bird of prey and considered the world’s largest falcon species. They breed in the circumpolar region on Arctic...
Nakamura Kichiemon I
Nakamura Kichiemon I (初代中村吉右衛門, Shodai Nakamura Kichiemon, 1886–1954) was a Japanese actor and kabuki performer. In 1945, he became the senior living kabuki actor in Japan.Kichiemon construe...
Nakamura Kichiemon I - Wikipedia
Tulum (bagpipe)
The tulum (guda (გუდა) in Laz) is a musical instrument, a form of bagpipe from Turkey. It is droneless with two parallel chanters, and is usually played by the Laz and Hamsheni peoples and by Pontic G...
Tulum (bagpipe) - Wikipedia
Manuel Torre
Manuel Soto Loreto, known as Manuel Torre or Manuel Torres (1878 – 1933), was a Romani (Kalo) flamenco singer.
Torre was born in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, in the neighbourhood of San Migu...
Manuel Torre - Wikipedia
Kabuki dance
Kabuki is a term used by American political pundits as a synonym for political posturing. It acquired this derogatory meaning after drawn out peace-time treaty negotiations between the United States a...
The tyranny of olive oil
Olive oil is known as the "healthy alternative" to butter, but does that matter to real cooks and consumers? Get their opinions and the fast facts on butter, olive oil and saturated fats.
Flamenco at 5:15
Flamenco at 5:15 (French: Flamenco à 5 h 15) is a 1983 short documentary film directed by Cynthia Scott, taking audiences inside a flamenco dance class at the National Ballet School of Canada. Pr...
Sevillanas
Sevillanas ([seβiˈʝanas]) are a type of folk music and dance of Seville and its region. They were derived from the Seguidilla, an old Castilian folk music and dance genre. In the nineteenth century th...
Sevillanas - Wikipedia