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  • Mark Wilkinson - Portrait - Week 15 A Year of YouTube Mark Wilkinson will be performing a new original song each week over the course of a year. Week 15 is a live performance of Portrait Subscribe to this channel now, and see below for lyrics and links to Mark's other websites I can change the world, If you stand by me, Histories can crumble in my wake, Temperatures can fall, And the earth can bleed, Truth the only fabric that won't break, Sitting here alone, With the world at my feet, Wondering which piece of you is me, I hope I can be strong, Cause in your eyes I belong, You've seen it all each rise and fall, I'll take you with me, Your the eyes behind each photograph that I take, You're the only shelter that I need, Carry me unmeasured to the crest of my belief, I can feel the force of a memory, Moulding each emotion to its frame, But more than just a course, In my mind you'll be, Every step I take is in your name, Sitting here alone, On the coast of my dreams, Wondering if you're still proud of me, I hope I find relief, Cause in your eyes there is belief, You've seen it all each rise and fall, I'll take you with me, And even when you're gone I see your face, You're the only shelter that I need, Carry me unmeasured to the crest of my belief, You're the only canvas I can be, I will paint a portrait of the life you gave to me, And even when you're gone, I see your silhouette will carry me, Here's where I belong, It's who I am, who I'll always be, Indebted for all time, Your legacy is mine, For you held me ...
  • L. Couperin - prélude non mesuré Unmeasured Prelude in D-minor Piano: Harish Shankar
  • Creation in the 21st Century - Overwhelming Evidence 1 of 3 Carl Baugh talks with Dr. Carl Jackson about evidence that supports creation.
  • 1200 rpm DIY water bottle Stirling engine I've upgraded my little testbed Stirling engine with ball bearings on the crank, stainless steel wool displacer/regenerator firmly fastened in place, a safer alcohol burner, and external water cooling from a tiny submersible pump. The result is a fast little engine with a good bit of power and torque (as yet unmeasured). This engine has been used a lot and is getting to the end of it's useful life, but the next gen engine is in the works. Check out my other video and see how I adapted this one to run on solar energy by inverting it - 1000+rpm in October sun!
  • SALLY MOSHER: REFLECTIONS - ART WITH MUSIC A LEISURELY PROGRESSION THROUGH FOUR*** OF MY PAINTINGS, WITH MY UNMEASURED PRELUDE "OUT OF THE SILENCE" AS A MUSICAL BACKGROUND. THIS IS A REPLACEMENT OF THE ORIGINAL, WHICH FOR SOME STRANGE REASON WAS DRASTICALLY SHORTENED. WE REMOVED THAT AND REPLACED IT WITH THIS, WHICH IS THE SAME AS THE ORIGINAL.
  • Louis Couperin Unmeasured Prelude Skip Sempe, harpsichord.
  • In My Heart- Sovereign Grace Music sovereign grace music, sorry but the soudn is kinda bad but you can still understand the words.
  • 'Holy Ghost' or a Homunculus that surfs upon extrasynaptic waves in multi phenomenal space. Even in Sadie the farting rabbit. Is consciousness the unmeasured world.... Abstract ideas which comprise consciousness are not measured....whereas the body brain etc take measurements of this data at some point after the data, as a continuum, is present. So the trick of living material is to delay measurement of the continuum of data it absorbs. So 'abstract' thoughts are indeed representative of the world outside but our interaction with this abstraction (which is a continuum) is quantized. ie Any physical interaction with this continuum is synthetic. Is consciousness then the act of the brain preparing to make a measurement. ie framing the act of measurement. ie the brain must always be prepared to take a measurement if it needs to. This would be energetically favourable as it would avoid having to take too many measurements. ie measuring many things and categorizing them in order to frame one measurement. This equates with Marvin Minsky's idea of consciousness as short term memory. The three types of consciousness identified below would coexist. giving rise to the separate appearance of 'form' 'colour' 'taste' 'motion' etc However, in this scenario, 'the film in the head' is really comprised of 3 three simultaneous films played at once, kept in register by the fact that they all arise at the same point. The firing of the synapse is a 'cog' which drives the 'train of consciousness'. Each type of consciousness will have a different resonance depending upon the feedback in the 'short-term memory-firing ...
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  • مقام رست - نجم الشيخلي Maqam Rast - Najm al-Sheikhli Maqam Rast Najm al-Din al-Sheikhli (1893 - 1938) Baghdad, Iraq. 78rpm recording. c. 1928 مقام الرست من اداء القارئ نجم الدين الشيخلي ممجد الحضرة القادرية مع التخت الشرقي. تسجيل اسطوانه قديم من عشرينات القرن الماضي. القصيده للشاعر المصري ابراهيم حسني ميرزا كم بعثنا مع النسيم سلاما * للحبيب الجميل حيث أقاما وسمعنا الطيور في الروض تشدو * فنقلنا عن الطيور كلاما نحن قوم مخلدون وإن كنا * خلقنا لكي نموت غراما The Maqam Rast in the Baghdad school of music is a primary maqam based on the rast mode with its tonic on C and the first of the Rast suite. It is sung to classical Arabic verses (formerly Persian or Turkish) without rhythmic accompaniment except for two brief rhythmic interludes between the second and third meyanas. It typically includes the modulating pieces Negriz, Mansuri, Ibrahimi, Hijaz Shaytani, Segah Balaban, Khalili, Sharqi Rast, Hijaz Madani, and Mathnawi. The poetry sung here is by the Egyptian poet Ibrahim Husni Mirza. - Unmeasured introduction on the qanun in rast mode. - Tahrir, unmeasured vocal introduction, presenting the rast mode to the word "yar" (love, Turkish and Persian). (0:10). - A piece called Mansuri (saba on G). (1:00) - A piece called Ibrahimi (bayat on G) consisting of a fragment of a verse repeated twice. (1:25) - Jalsa, cadenza characterized by a gradual descent to the tonic sung to the word "yar", ending the first part of the maqam. (1:55) Second part: - First meyana called Balaban (in rast mode) sung in high register ...
  • Nicolas Bouvier: Prelude (Ballard 1638: 40-41) This unmeasured Prelude was published in "Tabulature de luth de differents autheurs sur les accords nouveaux" by Pierre Ballard in 1638. Unmeasured preludes do not have barlines - as the term says. Often there are neither many note value indications. So there is lots of improvisation in this type of pieces! You can find the original tabulature and more music to 11-course French baroque lute in page www.cs.helsinki.fi The instrument is 11-course baroque lute made by Lars Jönsson in 1993. Arto Wikla 26.4.2010.
  • Sally Renée Todd, harpsichord - Unmeasured Prelude in G Minor of Louis Couperin Excerpt 2 from solo concert February 21, 2007: A Love Letter Set to Music A valentine to the community and benefit for local food pantry and emergency services. *Be forewarned - small digital glitch (jump) toward the end which cut several notes. The hazards of live recording:)
  • extending to the unmeasured at a trip to Tingatel Castle with Matthew and Carlos
  • Mesh cap #10. To Ms.HARU. As if, it became the color of the galactic system. My talent, technology, and conception power that extends unmeasured like space. This is presented to HARU.
  • Grace Unmeasured by Sovereign Grace Music Nothing really to say. No copyright infringement intended.
  • Grace Unmeasured Really popular song Grace Unmeasured approved by the SPvids Christian company
  • Come, thou fount of every blessing Each of us can be greatful for blessings unmeasured. Organist Richard Elliot Tabernacle Organ, Salt Lake City, Utah. Composition by Dale Wood
  • An Ode To Atheism When before our eyes mans life lay groveling, prostrate, Crushed to the dust under the burden of religion ( Which thrust its head from heaven, its horrible face Glowering over mankind born to die ), One man a Greek was the first mortal who dared Oppose his eyes, the first to stand firm in defiance. Not the fables of gods, nor lightening, nor the menacing Rumble of heaven could daunt him, but all the more They whetted his keen mind with longing to be First to smash open the tight barred gates of Nature. His vigor of mind prevailed, and he strode Beyond the fiery battlements of the unmeasured world. Raiding the fields of the unmeasured All. Our victor returns with knowledge of what can arise, What cannot, what laws grant each thing its own Deep-driven boundary stone and finite scope. Religion now lies trampled beneath our feet, And we are made gods by the victory. --Titus Lucretius
  • Trust Me Try Me Prove Me Hymn Song Leech 1928 Trust Me Try Me Prove Me Hymn Song Leech 1928 Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, All your money, talents, time and love; Consecrate them all upon the altar; While your Saviour from above speaks sweetly, ---Trust Me, try Me, prove Me, saith the Lord of hosts, and see If a blessing, unmeasured blessing, I will not pour out on thee. When my wavering faith in trials falter, When His guiding hand I cannot see, Then in wondrous love and tender mercy, Through His Word He says to me, My child, just -Trust Me, try Me, prove Me, saith the Lord of hosts, and see If a blessing, unmeasured blessing, I will not pour out on thee. I have yielded Him my life forever, All I am, or have, or hope to be; Naught on earth my hold on Him can sever, While I hear Him say to me, My child, just -Trust Me, try Me, prove Me, saith the Lord of hosts, and see If a blessing, unmeasured blessing, I will not pour out on thee.
  • Oh Sacred Head Now Wounded - Selah (christian song about Jesus' suffering) God's love for us is unmeasured and unequalled. He gave His only Son for our salvation. Through the pictures of this video, my intention is to reenact the atmosphere that signed the nature all around the Golgotha, at the time when Jesus was dying. Now, all we have to do, is just giving to Him our open heart!
  • Louis Couperin Unmeasured Prelude in G This very short prelude from mid-17th century France is written without note values or bar lines. In this video I play it on two instruments- an italian harpsichord by Colin Booth, and my English spinet of 1712. The spinet is of course single strung and for this recording is in ordinaire. I think it suits the music quite well.
  • Grace Unmeasured by Steve Pettit Evangelistic Team This song humbles me when I think what the Lord did for us sinful mankind. I hope it blesses you as you listen and think about what God's Grace is.
  • Unmeasured Prelude JungHae Kim plays an unmeasured prelude by Gaspard Le Roux at Mission Blue Center in Brisbane, CA. She is performing on a harpsichord after Vaudry, 1681. Built by Kevin Fryer.
  • Louis Couperin Unmeasured Prelude and Allemande Skip Sempe, harpsichord.
  • Salman Dabang War Begins In Bollywood After gaining unmeasured success from last year's runaway hit, Dabang, and Endemol India's Bigg Boss season 4, macho man Salman Khan is back with a bang!
  • Elizabeth Brown plays "Prelude" by Jacquet de la Guerre Elizabeth CD Brown performs her own arrangement of Elisabeth Claude Jacquet de la Guerre's unmeasured Prelude in A minor, originally for keyboard. This piece appears on her new recording, "In Her Honor," to be released in Spring 2010.
  • AMUDPILES A Med School Mnemonic What causes increased anion gaps in plasma? Aspirin Methanol Uremia Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) Paraldehyde Ischemia / Infarct Lactic acidosis Ethanol / ethylene glycol Sepsis / Starvation (Lyrics below:) I went to Goodnight-White's lung lecture, One on acid/base. There's anions we don't measure in plasma like citrate. And some things make anion gap in plasma grow and grow. AMUDPILES mnemonic is the thing we ought to know Aspirin! Methanol! Uremia and Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) Paraldehyde, Ischemia / Infarct Lactic acidosis Ethanol / ethylene glycol Sepsis and Starvation All increase unmeasured anionic concentrations! (repeat-minor variations) Now you can say it backwards, which would be SELIPDUMA, but that's going a bit too far, don't you think? Indubitably! All increase unmeasured anionic concentrations!
  • L. Couperin - Passacaille in G Minor LOUIS COUPERIN (c. 1626 - 1661) Passacaille for organ in G minor Performed by René Saorgin Painting entitled "Crypt of San Martino ai Monti, Rome" by François-Marius Granet (1806) *Louis Couperin was a French Baroque composer who made significant contributions to the development of Baroque keyboard music. A skillful harpsichordist, organist, and gambist, he was one of the founders of the French harpsichord school and invented the genre of unmeasured prelude for harpsichord. He and his nephew, François le Grand, were the most renowned members of the Couperin family. Most of the information about Couperin's life comes from two sources. Le Parnasse François, a 1732 book by Évrard Titon du Tillet, contains a biographical sketch describing certain details of his life, and some 30 organ pieces list not only the date but also the place of composition. Couperin was born around 1626 in Chaumes-en-Brie, a town 40km south-east from Paris. His father, Charles Couperin, sieur de Crouilly, was a small landowner and part-time organist of a local church. Louis was reportedly an accomplished harpsichordist and violinist by 1650 (and was already composing by then), but had no connections whatsoever with any important musicians of the era. His sudden rise to fame, which happened during 1650-51, is explained in Le Parnasse François. Titon du Tillet writes that Louis, his two younger brothers Charles and François, and some of their friends visited Jacques Champion de Chambonnières on the ...
  • Grace Unmeasured - Sovereign Grace By Bob Kauflin Copyright 2005 Sovereign Grace Praise Grace unmeasured Vast and free That knew me from eternity That called me out Before my birth To bring You glory on this earth Grace amazing, pure, and deep That saw me in my misery That took my curse And owned my blame So I could bear Your righteous name! Grace! Paid for my sins And brought me to life Grace! Clothes me with power To do what is right Grace! Will lead me to heaven Where I'll see Your face And never cease To thank You for Your grace Grace abounding, strong, and true That makes me long to be like You That turns me from my selfish pride To love the cross on which You died Grace unending; all my days You'll give me strength To run this race And when my years on earth Are through The praise will all belong to You!
  • Mouton: Prelude (Milleran f.20) This unmeasured prelude by Charles Mouton comes from ms. Milleran, f.20. Unmeasured preludes do not have barlines - as the term says. Often there are neither any note value indications. So there is lots of improvisation in this type of pieces! The instrument is 11-course baroque lute made by Lars Jönsson in 1993. Arto Wikla 14.3.2010. More music to 11-course French baroque lute in page www.cs.helsinki.fi
  • Unmeasured - Onbemeten Poem visualised in karaoke style. In Dutch. Poet Pierre Maréchal
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  • CODE - F - Soar to the frontier [unmeasured] ★17~★19 ! ? op : sc auto (TT) , random, easy player : ethereal
  • Evanescence -Sweet Sacrifice to move unknown within stillness hearing heartbeats within your own to pace life out.....like a measure not waiting within its time untrodden.....unmeasured in you is to take what is not given throwing it away through unborn sadness unknown grief.....undertaking al that you do through an inner mirror now misted not clear.....is to move out of direction out of time.....each moment so precious lived within.....not thrown away through misunderstanding.....standing on a reef alone you cannot see around for all there is surrounds you now in its infancy in its warm embrace in its untravelled depth yet to find within your wounded path some stones are hard they are meant to be there on your road.....in your way they belong in you.....not thrown away cast aside in error.....in deepening sorrow.....they remind you to live on......till time takes you herself into her dark soul where light is born within
  • مقام المنصوري ١ - حامد السعدي Mansuri - Hamed al-Saadi pt.1 Maqam Mansuri Hamed al-Sa'adi and al-Chalghi al-Baghdadi Baghdad, Iraq c. 1995 The sung poem is a takhmis by an unknown author derived from a qasida attributed to Ibn Nubata al-Sa'di (938-1115): مقام المنصوري من اداء قارئ المقام الحاج حامد السعدي وفرقه الچالغي البغدادي (الجوزه: صهيب هاشم الرجب، السنطور: غازي محسوب العزاوي، الدمبك: فاضل السعدي) وتسجيل من منتصف التسعينات. التسجيل الاصلي من مجموعه الاستاذ نجم العيداني / منتدى سماعي للطرب العربي الاصيل. الشعر تخميس لشاعر مجهول لقصيدة منسوبه لابن نباتة السعدي ومورد الخدين لف ببرده * غصنا وزر عليه طرة بنده ناديته لما استبد بعهده * يا من حوى ورد الرياض بخده وحكى قضيب الخيزران بقده لك يا امير الحسن أمر مبرم * تنهي بأرباب الغرام وتحكم وانا لأمرك طائع ومسلم * ان شئت تعذيبي فأنت محكم من ذا يعارض سيدا في عبده لك بيض أجفان وقد اغمدت * لكن على قتل النفوس تعودت قتلت ومن اجفانها ما ان بدت * كل السيوف قواطع ان جردت وحسام لحظك قاطع في غمده قلبي بحبك لايزال متيما * دنفا على كيد االوشاة تعلما رحماك يا حلو الشمائل واللمى * لا تستمع قول الوشاة فربما نقلوا الحديث الى الحبيب بضده - measured instrumental introduction in mansuri mode to a 36/4 samah rhythm - tahrir in mansuri mode (saba on g) sung to the words "ay, janem, ay, baba" (1:05) - instrumental refrain in mansuri mode. (1:50) - a verse of the poem sung in mansuri mode. (2:20) - unmeasured improvisation on the joza in mansuri mode. (3:00) - a verse starting in bayat mode and ending in mansuri. (3:20) - unmeasured interlude on the joza starting in bayat and ending in mansuri. (4:42 ...
  • مقام رست - محمد القبانجي Maqam Rast - M. al-Qubbanchi Maqam Rast Muhammad al-Qubbanchi Baghdad, Iraq. 78rpm recording. c. 1926 Maqam Rast by Muhammad al-Qubbanchi. مقام الرست من اداء الاستاذ محمد القبانجي. تسجيل اسطوانه من فتره شبابه عام ١٩٢٦ شغفت ببدر فاق كل ملاحة * وخالفت في حبيه كل ملامة فلما بدا لي منه بعض علامة * تركت حبيب القلب لاعن ملامة ولكن جنى ذنبا يؤول الى الترك The Maqam Rast is a primary maqam based on the rast mode with its tonic on C and is the first of the rast suite. It is sung to classical Arabic verses without rhythmic accompaniment until the second and third meyanas where it uses two different rhythmic formulas. It includes the modulating pieces Negriz, Mansuri, Ibrahimi, Hijaz Shaytani, Segah Balaban, Khalili, Sharqi Rast, Hijaz Madani, and Mathnawi. - Unmeasured instrumental introduction in rast mode. - Tahrir, unmeasured vocal introduction presenting the rast mode to the word "yar" (love, Turkish). (0:15). - Two verses of the qasida in rast mode ending with a modulation on the 'arabat hijaz degree called Negriz. (1:05) - A piece called Mansuri (saba on G) consisting of two sung verses, followed by a return to rast. (1:30) - A piece called Ibrahimi (bayat on G) consisting of a verse ending with the command "aman, 'elet ya m'awwad, aman" (Turkish and Iraqi-Arabic) (2:30) - Jalsa, cadenza starting with a short piece called Hijaz Shaytani (hijaz on G) to the words "ahu ya leil" (Arabic, o night) followed by a gradual descent to the tonic sung to the word "yar", ending the first part ...
  • Grace Unmeasured Video Blog Introduction Welcome to Grace Church's video blog from Grace Unmeasured. This is a ministry of Grace Church, Wyoming MN - Daniel Patz
  • Louis Couperin unmeasured Prelude in d minor An unmeasured prelude by Louis Couperin. Recorded live in June 1983 during a candlelight concert in the medieval beffroi of Dreux. Beautiful building, nice acoustic, great audience. Not a very good harpsichord but sounded good in that room with its stone walls, floor and ceiling. Performed by Douglas Amrine. Recorded on a cassette tape originally; not exactly hi-fidelity.
  • Harpsichords - handmade in Toronto, Ontario, CANADA visit for more information Handbuilt Harpsichords - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA music Louis Couperin unmeasured prelude the rest is improvisation i know people that build harpsichords, and something i learned that some might not know, a different between modern pianos and good harpsichords, with a piano it is assembled like a machine in a factory, screwed and glued, and very hard to maintain over the years because most parts in a piano are not interchangeable like a harpsichord, and the glue used in pianos, doesnt last forever and cannot be glued over again, plus pianos are so heavy and take longer to tune
  • Unmeasured vast expanse of ocean (*** mix) genya - Unmeasured vast expanse of ocean (*** mix) - ATOMIC RAY
  • The Deep, Deep Love of Jesus 1. Oh, the deep, deep love of Jesus, Vast, unmeasured, boundless, free; Rolling as a mighty ocean, In its fullness over me, Underneath me, all around me, Is the current of Thy love; Leading onward, leading homeward, To my glorious rest above. 2. Oh, the deep, deep love of Jesus, Spread His praise from shore to shore; How He loveth, ever loveth, Changeth never, never more; How He watcheth o'er His loved ones, Died to call them all His own; How for them He intercedeth, Watcheth o'er them from the throne. 3. Oh, the deep, deep love of Jesus, Love of every love the best; 'Tis an ocean vast of blessing, 'Tis a haven sweet of rest. Oh, the deep, deep love of Jesus, 'Tis a heav'n of heav'ns to me; And it lifts me up to glory, For it lifts me up to Thee.
  • Nickolai Sheikov plays Louis Couperin Nickolai Sheikov performs the F major unmeasured prelude by Louis Couperin (1626-1661).