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  • Yma Sumac, a mystery unsolved even today, is the only singer known to possess close to a staggering 5 octave voice. Sumac's mother's maiden name was Atahualpa, the same as that of the last ruler of the Incan civilization, Yma Sumac could be regarded as "a. — “.. :: YMA SUMAC :: . - Official web site :: - the Inca princess”, yma-
  • Sumac is nonprofit software for fundraising, membership management, case management, campaign management, volunteer management, event management, ticketing and more. — “Home - Sumac”,
  • Poison sumac is closely related to poison ivy and poison oak plants. It usually grows as a shrub or small tree up to 30 feet in height. — “Poison Sumac Rash, Poison Sumac Symptoms, Poison Sumac”,
  • Sumac (pronounced /ˈʃuːmæk/ or /ˈs(j)uːmæk/; also spelled sumach) is any one of approximately 250 species of flowering plants in the genus Rhus and related genera, in the family Anacardiaceae. Sumac spice. The fruits (drupes) of the genus Rhus are ground into a. — “Sumac - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Sumac Manufacturers & Sumac Suppliers Directory - Find a Sumac Manufacturer and Supplier. Choose quality Sumac Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters at . — “Sumac-Sumac Manufacturers, Suppliers and Exporters on ”,
  • Poison sumac is not very common, although the safe sumacs (see below) are very common. Poison sumac only grows in very wet areas. It took me 10 years to find a sumac tree, and even then I only found it because a friendly biologist showed it to me. — “POISON SUMAC”, poison-
  • They are commonly called sumac or sumach. Some species (including poison-ivy, poison-oak, and poison sumac), often placed in this genus, are here treated in the genus Toxicodendron, which differs in highly allergenic foliage and grayish-white fruit but is not genetically distinct. — “Sumac - from the 2006 Schools Wikipedia CD”, schools-
  • That corporate mission statement has also proven to be an accurate description of Sumac Communication Inc. As head of Sumac Communication, Susan Maclean's work has spanned four continents and 11 countries, and ranged from floating in a hot air balloon to reviewing fire safety. — “Sumac Communication Home Page”,
  • Distinguish poison sumac shrubs from their harmless namesakes and consider the latter for great fall foliage, such as typifies New England. There are many varieties that display brilliant fall foliage and that are quite distinct from poison sumac. — “Poison Sumac and Good Sumac Shrubs”,
  • Learn about Sumac on . Find info and videos including: How to Avoid Poison Sumac, How to Identify Poison Sumac, How to Treat Poison Sumac and much more. — “Sumac - ”,
  • Sumac has a tart flavor that is very nice sprinkled on fish, chicken, over salad dressings, rice pilaf, or over raw onions. Try substituting in any dish on which you might squeeze fresh lemon juice. If you enjoy hummus, try topping it with a. — “Sumac, Powdered”,
  • Sumac. Rhus coriaria. Fam: Anacardiaceae. This spice comes from the berries of a wild bush that grows wild in all Mediterranean areas, especially in Sicily and southern Italy, and parts of the Middle East, notably Iran. Many other varieties of sumac occur in temperate regions of the world. — “sumac”,
  • Sumac definition, any of several shrubs or small trees belonging to the genus Rhus of the cashew family, having milky sap, compound leaves, and small, fleshy See more. — “Sumac | Define Sumac at ”,
  • Sumac is a flowering plant with bright red berries. Though some species of sumac can cause a rash, others are used medicinally for. — “What is Sumac?”,
  • Wikipedia Article About Sumac berries on Wikipedia The hairy covering of the drupes is In North America, the smooth sumac, Rhus glabra, and the staghorn sumac, Rhus typhina, are sometimes used to make a beverage, termed "sumac-ade" or "Indian lemonade" or ". — “Sumac”,
  • Informative article about the spice Sumac, its botany, chemistry, history and cross-cultural culinary usage. — “Spice Pages: Sumac (Rhus coriaria)”, uni-graz.at
  • sumac also sumach n. Any of various shrubs or small trees of the genus Rhus, having compound leaves, clusters of small greenish flowers, and usually. — “sumac: Definition from ”,
  • sumac or sumach , common name for some members of the Anacardiaceae, a family of trees and shrubs native chiefly to the tropics but ranging. — “sumac Facts, information, pictures | ”, www3
  • Sumac is any one of approximately 250 species of flowering plants in the genus Rhus and Species including the fragrant sumac (Rhus aromatica), the littleleaf sumac (R. microphylla), the skunkbush sumac (R. trilobata), the smooth sumac and the staghorn sumac are grown for ornament, either as the. — “Sumac - - Plant Encyclopedia and Gardening wiki”,
  • Many sumac species are large shrubs or small trees, growing up to 30 feet tall, but cultivated species and varieties are usually smaller. Smooth Sumac. Rhus glabra is an open-growing shrub that seldom reaches 15 feet tall. The leaves are alternate and compound; they can have 11 to 31 leaflets. — “Sumac - LoveToKnow Garden”,
  • Information about sumac in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. poison sumac, sumac [Middle English, preparation made from sumac, from Old French (possibly via Medieval Latin sumach), from Arabic summq, sumac tree, from Aramaic, dark red, from smaq, to be red; see smq in Semitic roots. — “sumac - definition of sumac by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • This article will focus on two of the friendly (i.e., non-poisonous) species of the Rhus genus: staghorn and smooth sumac (R. typhina and R. glabra, respectively). While you may find several differences between these two species, for practical purposes you may use them almost interchangeably. — “Sumac - Field Guide”,

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  • Cardinals and Sumac seem to add a splash of natural red to the winter landscape Last week I posted Cardinals Today the Sumac proudly flashes its colour against the backdrop of the icy pond
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  • Par Bertrand Mardi 14 Novembre 2006 à 21 05 GMT+2 dans © Mother Nature Berry été 2006 Taille environ 15 cm
  • Some fall coloured sumacs on the edge of a wheat field just prior to harvest in Guelph FTbN with 24mm f 2 for about 1 125 at about f 16 Click the image for a larger version Leafless trees and the above sumacs from the path between fields on the edge of a string bean farm just prior to harvest in Guelph FTbN with 24mm f 2 for about 1 60 at about f 16 Click
  • With the official start of the fall season fast approaching next Tuesday at 4 19pm many bright colors are coming on the scene in the local area The most obvious color as I travel the roads
  • Center and Background above show a neglected area aflame with the spectacular Autumn brilliance of Sumac foliage On the right is the Staghorn Sumac Rhus typhina which gets its name from its
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  • mean I looked around at the snow I looked up at the silver glowing disc behind the thin clouds I tried to remember what I d read earlier that week in my new book Understanding Exposure After some deliberation I concluded that a fortunate conjunction of sun diffusing clouds and reflective snow must have produced a miraculously excellent light I was most likely in some
  • Sumac To use any of the clipart images above including the thumbnail image in the top left corner just click and drag the picture to your desktop You may also control click Mac or right click
  • shelter and nest sites as well as noting a few species of interest Some plant favourites include Highbush Cranberry Elderberry Crab Apple White Pine Sumac Red osier Dogwood White Cedar Mountain Ash Honeysuckle Maple and
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  • I have a pretty large tree growing on my property and I m not sure if its poison sumac or not I m submitting the best picture that I have of it There are seeds in pods that are greenish
  • This plant or group is in front of my house in Hanover Maryland I give you permission to use this picture My grandson says he KNOWS this is poison sumac I wonder My dog has been
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  • Former Los Angeles Police Detective Fred Otash gets some rough treatment during a brawl at Yma Sumac s home in 1957
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  • site prior to building a house on that land C is Dr Zhivago land along that same road which curves east and then south from our property And of course in front we have Tikki and Jazz The sumac berries are nice and red The leaves are almost gone I think this is the last day of Indian Summer I m off to enjoy the afternoon and curiously await the outcome of the election
  • Sumac To use any of the clipart images above including the thumbnail image in the top left corner just click and drag the picture to your desktop You may also control click Mac or right click
  • Purple Flowers A Sumac Bloom More woodpeckers were around than usual too
  • Sumac trees on Mount Royal on a very lovely winter day in this photograph you can actually see the carving at least in the stems The flowers are carved too but harder to make out
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  • Not many people know this but soprano Virginia Zeani was actually born in Brooklyn under the name Amy Camus
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  • Photo by Geri McShane Sumac creates a colorful border around Fountain Lake
  • Rhus lancea African Sumac Flowering period in Southern Arizona January February Narrow leaves clusters of small berries

Videos

  • Zika Marinkovic Sumac - Lepa vodenicarka Zika Marinkovic Sumac: Lepa vodenicarka
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  • Edible wild plants: Staghorn Sumac - Rhus typhina (Wilderness survival tips and courses) Sumac, is one of 250 species of flowering plants in the genus Rhus and related genera, in the family Anacardiaceae. Sumacs are shrubs and small trees that can reach a height of 110 metres. "sumac-ade," "Indian lemonade" or "rhus juice". This drink is made by soaking the drupes in cool water, rubbing them to extract the essence, straining the liquid through a cotton cloth and sweetening it. Native Americans also used the leaves and berries of the smooth and staghorn sumacs combined with tobacco in traditional smoking mixtures.
  • Yma Sumac - A la molina a la molina
  • The great Yma Sumac - Mambo! - Gopher The great Yma Sumac "Gopher" "Mambo!" - 33 giri LP - Capitol 1955
  • EatTheWeeds: Episode 43: the Sumac Learn with Green Deane about the wild food sumac, a source of vitamin C and a cooling drink.
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  • Yma Sumac on David Letterman Show (1987) 1987 Yma Sumac performance and interview with David Letterman.
  • Yma Sumac - Cinco Botellas Sorry for "Chicken talk" title. Known for her astonishing 4 1/2 octave vocal range, Yma Sumac (AKA Ima or Imma Sumack) is from Ichocán, Peru, a town high in the Andes. From an early age she performed in radio and movies and made recordings throughout South America. She came to the United States in the 1940s and performed with a small group of musicians and dancers. When she signed with Capitol Records in 1950 her stage name's spelling was changed to the more exotic "Yma Sumac." An urban legend that she is really "Amy Camus," a nice Jewish girl from Brooklyn, originated in 1951 with a joke among musicians repeated in one of Walter Winchell's gossip columns. She has acted in several films and stage shows, and continued to perform into the 1990s. She lives in Los Angeles and has been contemplating new releases of recordings of her most recent concerts.
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  • Berezan Media - Sumac Ridge Unoaked Chardonnay Wine Tasting with Berezan Media!
  • Yma Sumac - Babalu Track 12 from Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica.
  • yma sumac - xtabay themain intention of this youtube-account is to feature mixes and tracks somewhere between deep-minimal-dub techno/house and sounds from detroit/chicago. well, it's sometimes hard to categorize and some tracks won't fit into that pattern at all. let's eclecticize a bit. anyway, it's music that i would like to share with others. constructive comments are highly appreciated! - support the music : buy vinyl - track: xtabay artist: yma sumac label: capitol year: ??? taken from the best-of LP "chanto incas". originally from her first capitol album "voice of the xtabay" (1950). yma sumac died on november 1, 2008. RIP.
  • Poison sumac infection Poison sumac, a relitive of the poison ivy family, but much worse! if you EVER get it go straight to the hospital because it gets worse everyday, this was second worst day
  • Wildcrafting ThreeLeaf Sumac/Squaw Bush (Rhus trilobata) Berries Many names for this plant..it seems. My brother Gage from and I set out to look for GOJI BERRIES and we happened upon a THREE LEAF SUMAC also called SQUAW BUSH. This plant was collected historically and currently for its VITAMIN C and high tannin content. From my understanding, the natives of this place would put it in their water, for a lemonade tasting bevereage. Every part of the plant was used somehow..the wood was preferred for basket making and the leaves and berries were a great source of nutrition. For more info on this plant, Check out the book: "Wild Plants and Native Peoples of the Four Corners" by William W. Dunmire and Gail D. Tierney Have fun seeking out the wild plants in your area!!
  • How to treat Poison Ivy/Oak/Sumac with Jewel Weed Jewel weed is found in swamps lakes and wet places. Just rub the Jewel weed stems on the infected area until the bumps or blisters break open. Jewel weed has a chemical that neutralizes poison Ivy/Oak/Sumac oil, so its ok to scratch with Jewel Weed. Jewel weed also works good on mosquito bites, burns, and skin diseases. But its best use is on poison Ivy. It cleared my poison Ivy up in about 1 day.
  • Brenda discovering Yma Sumac Brenda discovering the fantastic World of Yma Sumac, Chuncho, Tumpa
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  • Yma Sumac gets furious and leaves the stage. READ THIS. I hesitated to put this on Youtube. I talked this over with mrs. Sumac's personal assistent. As you can see he commented on one of the clips. In no way i want to make fun of mrs. Sumac. But it is a curiousity and it shows her 20.000 years old temper..... And if she is shown no respect, she is absolutely right.
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  • Yma Sumac - Bo mambo "Bo Mambo" has appeared in a commercial for Kahlua liquor, and was sampled for the song "Hands Up" by the Black Eyed Peas. Known for her astonishing 4 1/2 octave vocal range, Yma Sumac (AKA Ima or Imma Sumack) is from Ichocán, Peru, a town high in the Andes. From an early age she performed in radio and movies and made recordings throughout South America. She came to the United States in the 1940s and performed with a small group of musicians and dancers. When she signed with Capitol Records in 1950 her stage name's spelling was changed to the more exotic "Yma Sumac." An urban legend that she is really "Amy Camus," a nice Jewish girl from Brooklyn, originated in 1951 with a joke among musicians repeated in one of Walter Winchell's gossip columns. She has acted in several films and stage shows, and continued to perform into the 1990s. She lives in Los Angeles and has been contemplating new releases of recordings of her most recent concerts.
  • Yma Sumac: I Wonder (Sleeping Beauty) Here is the wonderful version of this song from the Disney movie "Sleeping Beauty", performed by Yma Sumac on the disk "Stay Awake" (1988). This clip was made for Jorge. Enjoy the magic of Yma Sumac!
  • MF Doom - Sumac Berries Instrumental off of Special herbs 1-2
  • Blisters from the effects of posion sumac "Poison sumac is a woody shrub or small tree growing to 7 m (20 ft) tall.[1] All parts of the plant contain a resin called urushiol that causes skin and mucous membrane irritation to humans." Here you can see my own pain as a welting blister forms on my wrist from contact with a poision sumac tree. This blister is filled with yellow puss. If I break it, not only would I risk an infection, it will cause the sumac to spread. Eventhough I was told that sumac is not native to Akron ohio, its all over my yard. Over the past two years I have been posioning the sumac in an attemp to get rid of it. While attemping to pull up the sumac trees I dicovered that the roots from a 20ft tall sumac tree have grow about 10ft out accross the yard. What you see in this clip is not that bad. Last year when I first found the sumac I had to get a shot of atibioctics from the doc! Right now I am treating this rash with maximum strehgth calagel: 1800
  • Yma Sumac's Vocal Range I always have been fascinated by Yma. She truly had an amazing gift.
  • Yma Sumac, The Peruvian Songbird, sings "Chuncho." In a piece of classic exotica, the unique Yma Sumac (1922-2008) displays her most unusual voice. I, like many, have mixed feelings about Sumac (whose name, in Quechua, means 'How beautiful!") Some feel there was a potentially great operatic voice here,had it been trained as such. However, the decision was made to frame her performance as essentially a presentation of exotica. To a certain extent, Ivan Rebroff made the same decision. One cannot gainsay the past, but there is ample evidence of an extraordinary voice here, that much is certain.
  • yma sumac - chuncho hemain intention of this youtube-account is to feature mixes and tracks somewhere between deep-minimal-dub techno/house and sounds from detroit/chicago. well, it's sometimes hard to categorize and some tracks won't fit into that pattern at all. let's eclecticize a bit. anyway, it's music that i would like to share with others. constructive comments are highly appreciated! - support the music : buy vinyl - track: chuncho artist: yma sumac label: capitol year: ??? taken from the best-of LP "chanto incas". yma sumac died on november 1, 2008. RIP.
  • Yma Sumac - Goomba Boomba (Lujan Ultramambo Mix) A Jungle remix tribute to Yma Sumac
  • YMA SUMAC - Ataypura (Live 1990.) The amazing YMA SUMAC with the song ATAYPURA (The high Andes) live in 1990. It was posted a long time ago by another youtube user but he deleted it, so I upload it again :)
  • Yma Sumac - Wimoweh Ultra-Lounge Vol. 1: Mondo Exotica (CD)
  • Attack Attack! -Poison Sumac Body Wrap Poison Sumac Body Wrap by Attack Attack!
  • Yma Sumac - Jungla A madcap classic by the Peruvian diva, with a few pictures I took in Peru. Enjoy!
  • yma sumac - jivaro themain intention of this youtube-account is to feature mixes and tracks somewhere between deep house- minimal techno-detroit/chicago. well, it's sometimes hard to categorize and some tracks won't fit into that pattern at all. let's eclecticize a bit. anyway, it's music that i would like to share with others. constructive comments are highly appreciated! - support the music : buy vinyl - track: jivaro artist: yma sumac label: capitol year: ??? taken from the best of LP "chanto incas".
  • yma sumac - incacho themain intention of this youtube-account is to feature mixes and tracks somewhere between deep-minimal-dub techno/house and sounds from detroit/chicago. well, it's sometimes hard to categorize and some tracks won't fit into that pattern at all. let's eclecticize a bit. anyway, it's music that i would like to share with others. constructive comments are highly appreciated! - support the music : buy vinyl - track: jivaro artist: yma sumac label: capitol year: ??? taken from the best-of LP "chanto incas".
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  • YMA SUMAC - "Chuncho" ("The Forest Creatures") 1953 Yma Sumac (pronounced /ˈiːmə ˈsuːmæk/; September 13, 1922 -- November 1, 2008) was a noted Peruvian soprano. In the 1950s, she was one of the most famous proponents of exotica music and became an international success, based on the merits of her extreme vocal range, which was said to be "well over four octaves" and was sometimes claimed to span even five octaves at her peak. Yma Sumac recorded an extraordinarily wide vocal range of more than four octaves from B2 to C#7 (approximately 123 to 2270 Hz). She was able to sing notes in the low baritone register as well as notes above the range of an ordinary soprano. Both low and high extremes can be heard in the song Chuncho (The Forest Creatures) (1953). She was also apparently able to sing in an eerie "double voice". www
  • Yma Sumac - Malambo No. 1 Track 16 from Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 2: Mambo Fever.
  • Ernie Kovacs - Guest Yma Sumac sings "Tumba" (Earthquake) [From "Kovacs Corner" on ] - This is a somewhat legendary kinescope from video annals of Ernie Kovacs. On August 13, 1956, exotic singer Yma Sumac performed on Ernie's NBC summer replacement show for "Caesar's Hour'. The "kine" starts with the standard era commercial plugs all done by Kovacs' long time announcer and sketch buddy, Bill Wendell. (I wish I was a fly on the wall when Walt was told about the intro bit with the Mickey Mouse ears!). Ernie then proceeds to a typical quirky Kovacsian monologue filled with abstract visual bits. Other than the name of a specific color for Alfa-Romeo cars, I cannot reference a concert pianist by the name of "Lothar Pearl". Most likely it is a gag name and he is a member of Ernie's accomplished NBC studio orchestra lead by Harry Salznick. He then goes on to introduce Ms. Sumac's production number. From a web piece by Stephen Thomas Erlewine and Cub Kod on "" here is a brief bio on Ms. Sumac "The enigmatic Yma Sumac performed this tune live on the Kovacs show in 1956, surrounded by an exotica tableau of Tiki masks, flaming torches, and volcanic smoke. A kinescope of the performance exists. A singer with an amazing four-octave range, Yma Sumac was said to have been a descendant of Inca kings, an Incan princess that was one of the Golden Virgins. Her offbeat stylings became a phenomenon of early-'50s pop music. While her album covers took advantage of her strange costumes and voluptuous figure, rumors abounded ...
  • Yma Sumac: Tumpa (Earthquake) Here is a fantastic song, typical of the style of the divine Yma Sumac, gifted with an incredible voice (with a range of 5 octaves). Enjoy the magic of the Inca princess!
  • Natasha Selskaya - GOPHER MAMBO cover by yma sumac.mp4 this is a very popular nice song (in our city too)... not so simple to perform :) I like it :))))