The Winter Now Is Over An Italian Swiss Folk Song....!

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Channel Title : Dany Rosevear

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Published Date : 2018-02-13T15:24:22.000Z

For music, chords and more Spring songs visit: A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL or just nostalgia enthusiasts. Visit to find many more songs including those from other countries. The winter now is over, and April rains are past; I know I heard this morning the cuckoo’s song at last. Chorus Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Oh, can’t you hear it too? I know I heard this morning the cuckoo’s song so true. High up in the mountains, the snow has gone away; The cuckoo finds a nest where her little eggs can lay. Chorus L’inverno e passato L’aprile non c’e piu E ritornato il maggio Al canto del cucu. Cucu, cucu, l’aprile non c’e piu E ritornato il maggio al canto del cucu.

Channel Title : Patrick Murphy

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Published Date : 2018-02-13T17:56:39.000Z

Video training lesson with Dr. Patrick Murphy.

Channel Title : Patricia Meredith

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Published Date : 2017-08-15T01:52:51.000Z

Italian version here: A guide for those learning this piece from the Royal Conservatory of Music Resonance Level Grade Preparatory Italian folk song Arranged by Stephen Chatman

Channel Title : Maurice de Martin - Topic

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Published Date : 2015-04-17T12:12:19.000Z

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Italian Winter · Interzone · Mircea Tiberian · Horst Nonnenmacher · Maurice de Martin Crossing Atlas 45 ℗ 2008 Not Two Records Released on: 2008-07-15 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Channel Title : Lucie nymphea

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Published Date : 2015-02-06T12:46:09.000Z


Channel Title : Melissa Nickerson

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Published Date : 2016-05-18T01:40:09.000Z

Published May 17, 2016 Smoke Screen Written and Performed by Melissa Nickerson Recorded by Evan Massey

Channel Title : Rick Steves' Europe

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Published Date : 2014-05-14T20:17:07.000Z

Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | Join Rick Steves for a colorful, musical celebration of Christmas across Europe. From England to Wales, France, Norway, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy, you'll see the bright Christmas markets, hear local choirs, share holiday traditions with families…and even play in the snow. At, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.

Channel Title : Sky Officiel

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Published Date : 2018-05-04T16:30:09.000Z

L'hiver est sur la fin, les beaux jours arrivent. Raison de plus pour ne pas se laisser marcher sur les pieds. Follow me : Instagram : Snapchat : Facebook : Production : LQ Records X Sky Studio © 2018, Logic Quaaludes Records |

Channel Title : Baby's Music Channel

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Published Date : 2018-10-28T18:46:55.000Z

Traditional Italian Music for Kids ✔Subscribe to stay up-to-date with new uploads! ✔Like Us On Facebook Our Traditional Italian Music can be used for relaxing, dinner, background and playground music. This relaxing music best suited as to dreaming and reminiscing about Italy and Rome, like background music, traditional accordion kids music, relaxation music or as music for cooking, dinner. Let the beautiful, soothing and inspirational music help you relax!

Channel Title : Tetacus C.

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Published Date : 2009-01-05T17:01:34.000Z


Channel Title : Theresa Leonetti

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Published Date : 2007-10-29T03:58:02.000Z

This was the first time my nephew met his great uncle. While Johnnie sat on his greatmom-mom's lap, she and her brother serenaded him with this cute Italian song. It represents love, family and tradition.

Channel Title : HALIDONMUSIC

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Published Date : 2014-07-18T09:30:01.000Z

Visit our page on facebook ▶ BUY NOW the complete music selection of The Sound of Little Italy (26 tracks): ▶ Google Music ▶ Amazon ▶ iTunes ▶ Halidon (Digital booklet in pdf - language: italian+mp3) video tracklist 1. Palcoscenico - Carlo Smith 2. Napule ca se ne va - Massimo Ranieri ( 03:20 ) 3. Scalinatella - Carlo Smith ( 07:19 ) 4. The Dock of Beverello - Daldello, Morabito ( 10:58 ) 5. Addio a Napoli - Enrico Caruso ( 13:46 ) 6. Ellis Island - Daldello, Zara ( 16:57 ) A third of 5 million Italians arrived in America in the early twentieth century, settling in New York, and keeping alive the traditions of their areas of origin. The impact of the American reality imposed the need for them to learn the English language. This made it essential for them to adapt their communication skills, which were expressed in the various dialects of the places of origin. In search of a new identity, the Italians tried their best to overcome the obvious difficulties of learning a new language. Thus was born from the fertile imagination of the people, a new language from a particular and peculiar use of dialect words (the Italian language was unknown given the high rate of illiteracy), and similar sounding words in the Anglo-Saxon idiom. Although the significance was completely different, an occasional jargon was created by the Italian / American: the Broccolino, Brooklyn neighborhood inhabited by our emigrants in New York. "Shovelers of the railroad" became "King Herod's saber", ["Shovelers of the railroad" became "Sciabolatori del re Erode"] namely: shovelers railroad ... it was important to make yourself understood! - From: "The American Dream" by Gianni Daldello Testi e foto tratti dal libro "The American Dream" Si ringrazia per la ricerca iconografica l'Archivio Fotografico del Museo Regionale dell'Emigrazione Pietro Conti di Gualdo Tadino The Feast of San Gennaro is presented annually since 1996 by Figli di San Gennaro, Inc. (Children of San Gennaro), a not-for-profit community organization dedicated to keeping alive the spirit and faith of the early Italian immigrants. People participate in the annual Salute to the Patron Saint of Naples. The Feast is not only an annual celebration of faith, but also an 11-day event featuring religious processions and colorful parades, free musical entertainment every day, a wide variety of ethnic food delicacies, charming restaurants and cafes and even a world-famous cannoli-eating competition! The central focus of the celebration takes place every September 19th, the official Saint Day when a celebratory Mass is held in Most Precious Blood Church, followed immediately by a religious procession in which the Statue of San Gennaro is carried from its permanent home in the church through the streets that comprise Little Italy. Thank you so much for watching this video by Halidon Music channel, we hope you enjoy it! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel

Channel Title : Cinedigm TV

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Published Date : 2017-12-12T02:21:51.000Z

After producing more than 100 travel shows, Rick Steves and his film crew finally celebrate Christmas in Europe. The result: a picturesque snapshot of the European holiday spirit in a colorful, musical, one-hour special. Join Rick as he celebrates the holiday's rich history while exploring the sights and sounds of celebrations in Bath, Paris, Oslo, and Burgundy as well as the timeless traditions of Nürnberg, Salzburg, and Tuscany.

Channel Title : Fans of Jimmy Century - FOJCtv

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Published Date : 2017-12-21T06:18:52.000Z

New Winter Music 2018 By Fans of Jimmy Century ALL MY FRIENDS ARE ICE QUEENS FREE DOWNLOAD OF THIS SONG: If you're in the mood for a new wicked winter song with a Disney villain, bit of the wicked, playful, flirty, swanky vibe... ALL MY FRIENDS ARE ICE QUEENS LYRICS Now how’s about that diamond ring, we’ll get back to that later… Make your way to my Swiss Chalet I got villains chillin’ and they’re ready to slay. They’ll sparkle like gold when you do what you’re told They’ll squeal with delight if you leave jewels out at night. Do you believe in ice queens? cuz? All my friends are ice queens wicked disney after dark dreams enchanted winter scream queens invisible to the naked eye like another boy we know who’s fly You just have to believe. they’re nutcrackers ballbreakers, heartwreckers BURRRRR cookie baking trouble making envoguers Whoops, wrong song…i just love en vogue now how’s about that diamond ring? they’re snow beautiful but cold much too cold to hold so leave out rings and sparkly things, you might catch one on the go even jack frost couldn’t resist, took the risk and got dissed cuz they’re not very nice, now you’re skating on thin ice Do you believe in ice queens? All my friends are ice queens wicked disney after dark dreams enchanted winter scream queens All my friends are ice queens They’ll put you in a deep freeze Exotic hi-fi scream queens Do you believe in… only fools leave out jewels and drool and duel for their affection so misdirected with their hearts left unprotected FOOLS!! YOU FOOLS!!! straight up chillin’ in that gold vampin it up they’re stone cold pop your little heart in their mouth like a coooooooool breath mint (pause) yes sir you should have gone south for the (pause) winter OH, BURRRRR Do you believe in ice queens? All my friends are ice queens wicked disney after dark dreams enchanted winter scream queens You just have to believe…yeah. (You Fools!) STREAM and PLAYLIST on Spotify: Spotify Artist Fans of Jimmy Century | Add to Spotify Playlist | streaming music. Subscribe to Fans of Jimmy Century's FOJCtv for new song and video updates: Advertise and Video Sponsors - Famebit: Check out Blogs on FOJC Website: pinup queens, burlesque music, winter olympics, ice skating, diamonds, dentyne ice, winter music, holiday music

Channel Title : Dany Rosevear

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Published Date : 2018-02-13T15:48:20.000Z

For music, chords, how to play this and more circle games visit: A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. Pass the pebble on, Try to keep it steady. Pass the pebble on, Try to keep it steady. You’ll soon be out if you don’t move In time to the beat! You’ll soon be out if you don’t move In time to the beat! Mele ni yaa ee Damoshe me shebo Mele ni yaa ee Damoshe me shebo Ke otay yaake manche Taki ake mingbi Ke nigbe woyaa woyaa Ada braka wuamo gbayee.

Channel Title : OverSimplified

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Published Date : 2018-03-15T18:52:13.000Z

2 months of Skillshare for 99 cents: MERCH: PART 2 HERE: Support us on Patreon! Want to know how I make these videos? I use Adobe After Effects and Photoshop. Get them here - -------------------------------------------------------------------- ATTRIBUTIONS All music licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License ( All by Kevin Macleod ( "Exotic Battle" "Fast Talkin" "Infados" "Digya" "I Knew a Guy" "Faceoff" "Expeditionary" "Investigations" "The Chamber" "Marty Gots a Plan" "Earth Prelude" "Impact Intermezzo" "Constance" "Night Cave" Audionautix tracks are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence Artist: Dark Mystery by Audionautix Temptation March by Audionautix All sound effects licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License ( Airy Whoosh by sonictechtonic ( Thuds by kgatto ( Pencil, Writing, Close, A ( throwing_garbage by simple machines ( Explosion_001 by cydon ( SynthesisedExplosion04 by RSilveira_88 ( GlasWindow by TheSoundcatcher ( Several piercing funny pucker smacks by Zapsplat ( Marching 3 by WebbFilmsUK ( Chimes by Stickinthemud ( LowerGunCock by woodmoose ( Tearing Newspaper by Inspector J ( Garage Ceiling by NoiseCollector ( Alley by NoiseCollector ( Fireworks by InspectorJ ( Sherman E8 by nicStage ( 1204 sourMedusae by metamorphmuses ( Alarm Siren by reinsamba ( Footsteps Muddy by InspectorJ ( Till with Bell by Benboncan ( Typing Phrase by jwestbury ( World Map NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Image by Reto Stöckli (land surface, shallow water, clouds). Enhancements by Robert Simmon (ocean color, compositing, 3D globes, animation). Data and technical support: MODIS Land Group; MODIS Science Data Support Team; MODIS Atmosphere Group; MODIS Ocean Group Additional data: USGS EROS Data Center (topography); USGS Terrestrial Remote Sensing Flagstaff Field Center (Antarctica); Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (city lights). Grass Brushes by Dollyolly1 ( CREATIVE COMMONS IMAGES: License ( Flag of Italy by Flanker ( Flag of Spain (31-39) by SanchoPanzaXXI ( Flag of Spain (38-45) by SanchoPanzaXXI ( Flag of the Qing Dynasty by Sodacan Cara Legerro by NJR ZA ( Leidingen Landschaft by atreyu ( Hematite by Eurico Zimbres ( Waving flag icon collection by luis_molinero ( Cloudy Sky by FotoSleuth ( Paul v. Hindenburg by Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archives) (,_Paul_v._Hindenburg.jpg) Brandenburg Gate East by Eric Pancer ( .

Channel Title : denniscallan

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Published Date : 2017-06-10T03:31:44.000Z

We are taking you up to Mount Titlis, one of the most scenic destinations in Switzerland, high in the Swiss Alps. Please subscribe: Switzerland playlist The most exciting excursion out of Lucerne is to Mount Titlis where you can get a chance to frolic in the snow at the top of a mountain, guaranteed because it's a glacier, so there is snow all year round, throughout the summer throughout the winter and it just takes 2 hours to get from Lucerne up to the mountaintop. It is really a thrill to go up in the summer time and play because you wouldn't expect to run into snow on a warm summer day, but there it is, and it's very easy to get there. You take the scenic train from Lucerne on a one hour journey to Engelberg enjoying beautiful views of the mountains, farms and villages along the way. Mount Titlis provides a spectacular view right into the heart of the Alps with the lofty peaks of the Jungfrau, Munch and Eiger visible in the distant Bernese Overland on a clear day, the Titlis viewing platform at 10,000 feet elevation has an elaborate multistoried restaurant, café and gift shop complex, along with ice cream snack bar and coffee bar out on the terrace in typical Swiss fashion. They have civilized this mountain and provided creature comforts while bringing you right into this wild natural environment. Another activity while you're at the top of Mount Titlis is the glacier tunnel. It's an ice tunnel that they've carved right into the foundation of the glacier itself and there is colorful lighting inside. They have some ice sculptures inside and secure footing on a good rubber mat walkway and it's a lot of fun. You walk in the tunnel which goes around in a small loop circle. It just takes a few minutes but be sure to look for the ice grotto while you're up top. One of the most exciting attractions is called the Cliff Walk. It's a pedestrian suspension bridge that gives you dramatic views looking all around, and even straight down 500 meters beneath your feet. It's claimed to be the highest suspension bridge in Europe and there is no extra charge for walking on it so by all means take advantage. It opened up at the end of 2012. It took them 5 months to build it and it has become a really popular attraction, sometimes called the world's scariest bridge. For some more fun on the trip down you can get off the cable car at the next-to-last stop and rent a scooter to ride down the final mile. It is just a simple stand up foot scooter, you hold onto those handlebars with both hands and it's a wonderful ride that goes around zigzagging down on the road, which is at times a gravel road, a dirt road, but mostly it's a paved road. So it's really quite safe, quite fun. You’ve got good brakes with the scooter so you can slow down, you can stop, take a picture. Don't try and take any pictures while you're moving because you’ve got to keep both hands on the handlebars and wear that little protective helmet that comes with the rental. At the bottom you just leave the scooter in the pavilion and they will pick it up for you.

Channel Title : John Johnson

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Published Date : 2016-11-19T13:56:07.000Z

Traditional songs from Slovakia. Slovakian Folklore Music Beautiful Music From Eastern Slovakia Anna Servicka Mamko Moja Slovakia has an enormous reservoir of folk music.[citation needed] .

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Published Date : 2013-06-14T17:18:38.000Z

The Alps are one of the great mountain range systems of Europe stretching approximately 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) across eight Alpine countries from Austria and Slovenia in the east, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, France to the west and Italy and Monaco to the south. The mountains were formed over hundreds of millions of years as the African and Eurasian tectonic plates collided. Extreme shortening caused by the event resulted in marine sedimentary rocks rising by thrusting and folding into high mountain peaks such as Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn. Mont Blanc spans the French--Italian border, and at 4,810.45 m (15,782 ft) is the highest mountain in the Alps. The Alpine region area contains many peaks higher than 4,000 m (13,123 ft), known as the "four-thousanders".The altitude and size of the range affects the climate in Europe; in the mountains precipitation levels vary greatly and climatic conditions consist of distinct zones. Wildlife such as ibex live in the higher peaks to elevations of 3,400 m (11,155 ft), and plants such as Edelweiss grow in rocky areas in lower elevations as well as in higher elevations. Evidence of human habitation in the Alps goes back to the Paleolithic era. A mummified man, determined to be 5,000 years old, was discovered on a glacier at the Austrian--Italian border in 1991. By the 6th century BC, the Celtic La Tène culture was well established. Hannibal may have crossed the Alps with a herd of elephants, and the Romans had settlements in the region. In 1800 Napoleon crossed one of the mountain passes with an army of 40,000. The 18th and 19th centuries saw an influx of naturalists, writers, and artists, in particular the Romantics, followed by the golden age of alpinism as mountaineers began to ascend the peaks. In World War II the Third Reich invaded the Alpine countries, with the exception of Switzerland and Liechtenstein; Adolf Hitler kept a base of operation in the Bavarian Alps throughout the war.The Alpine region has a strong cultural identity. The traditional culture of farming, cheesemaking, and woodworking still exists in Alpine villages, although the tourist industry began to grow early in the 20th century and expanded greatly after World War II to become the dominant industry by the end of the century. The Winter Olympic Games have been hosted in the Swiss, French, Italian, Austrian and German Alps. At present the region is home to 14 million people and has 120 million annual visitors.The English word Alps derives from the French and Latin Alpes, which at one time was thought to be derived from the Latin albus ("white"). The term alp, alm, albe or alpe refers to a grazing pastures in the alpine regions below the glaciers, not the peaks. An alp refers to a high mountain pasture where cows are taken to be grazed during the summer months and where hay barns can be found, and the term "the Alps", referring to the mountains, is a misnomer. The term for the mountain peaks varies by nation and language: words such as horn, kogel, gipfel, and berg are used in German speaking regions: mont and aiguille in French speaking regions; and monte or cima in Italian speaking regions.The original meaning may be from "white" in reference to the permanent snow. The term may be common to Italo-Celtic, because the Celtic languages have terms for high mountains derived from alp. German Alpen is the accusative in origin, but was made the nominative in Modern German, whence also Alm.Another theory is that in Latin Alpes is a name of non-Indo-European origin (which is common for prominent mountains and mountain ranges in the Mediterranean region). According to the Old English Dictionary, the Latin Alpes might possibly derive from a pre-Indo-European word *alb "hill", with Albania being a related derivation. Interestingly, Albania (which is a foreign name for modern Albanians) has been used as a name for a number of mountainous areas across Europe. In Roman times, Albania was a name for the eastern Caucasus, while in the English language Albania (or Albany) was occasionally used as a name for Scotland. Important geological concepts were established as naturalists began studying the rock formations of the Alps in the 18th century. In the mid-19th century the now defunct theory of geosynclines was used to explain the presence of "folded" mountain chains but by the mid-20th century the theory of plate tectonics became widely accepted. The geologic folding seen at the Arpanaz waterfall, shown here in a mid-18th century drawing, was noted by 18th-century geologists. The formation of the Alps (the Alpine orogeny) was an episodic process that began about 300 million years ago. In the Paleozoic Era the Pangaean supercontinent consisted of a single tectonic plate; it broke into separate plates during the Mesozoic Era and the Tethys sea developed between Laurasia and Gondwana during the Jurassic Period.

Channel Title : Hans-Peter Rumo

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Published Date : 2018-08-09T12:55:31.000Z

All rights to the clips remain copyright of Chloe Bruce Chloe Bruce born October 5, 1983 in England UK Chloe began her training at the age of 8 after watching her brother training. She began with Tang Soo Do and at the age of 9 she was told that she was better than average. Ath the age of 10 she was already competing and won her first WKA British title at the age of 12. She was also selected to represent Britain at the World Championships. In the following years, Chloe became 'hot material'. She won many more titles and at the age of 13 she was already a world champion. Her pretty face and fancy kicks appeared on many magazine covers and Chloe invented her trademark-move: the 'scorpion-kick' leaving many in awe. Chloe now has a 2nd Dan Black Belt in Korean Tang Soo Do and is also highly skilled in Kickboxing, Freestyle Martial Arts and gymnastics. Over the years, Chloe won too many titles to mention. 2001-02 Irish Overall Kata Champion, 2001 French Freestyle and Weapons Champion 1998-2000 Swiss Freestyle Champion, 1999 Traditional, Freestyle and Weapons World Champion, 1998 Traditional, Freestyle and Weapons World Champion, 1997 Traditional and Freestyle World Champion, 1996 Traditional and Freestyle World Champion, and many more Freestyle, Traditional and Weapons Champion titles through the late 90's and early 2000's in WKA, WAKO and FSK Championships. After 2000 Chloe became an even bigger star. She traveled the whole world to appear with various demo teams. She worked with Daniel Sterling and Mike Chat's XMA. Chloe also appeared in various music videos. In 2003 Chloe became a professional actress.

Channel Title : HALIDONMUSIC

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Published Date : 2014-07-17T10:18:45.000Z

Visit our page on Facebook ▶ BUY NOW: ▶ HALIDON A music collection to celebrate Switzerland on the Swiss National Day: the National Anthem and a compilation of instrumental music to do our best wishes to Switzerland. The date is inspired by the date of the Federal Charter of 1291, placed in "early August", when "three Alpine cantons swore the oath of confederation, an action which later came to be regarded as the foundation of Switzerland". Swiss National Day is celebrated each year with paper lantern parades, bonfires, hanging strings of Swiss flags and fireworks. Switzerland National Anthem (00:00) Blue Gardenia (01:06) Ebb tide (04:40) Fly me to the Moon (08:14) I know why (12:31) Lullaby of Birdland (15:55) Moonlight Serenade (18:50) That's all (22:19) Winter time (26:36) What are you doing? (33:36) When I fall in love (35:43) Heaven (39:14) Someone to watch over me (42:24) Thank you so much for watching this video by Halidon Music channel, we hope you enjoy it! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel

Channel Title : drsivakumar1

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Published Date : 2013-04-20T14:41:18.000Z


Channel Title : iamAURORAVEVO

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Published Date : 2015-06-10T09:00:01.000Z

Watch AURORA’s new video for ANIMAL: Visit AURORA's website: Join the Warriors! Facebook: Twitter: Follow AURORA on Spotify: Aurora Aksnes is a 18 year old girl from Bergen, Norway. She strives to write music that can inspire people, through idiosyncratic tales of struggle, love, and all that lies in between.

Channel Title : Jozef Cernak

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Published Date : 2014-06-03T18:03:45.000Z

event: 35th anniversary of ZUS Bernolakova date: 23th May 2014 Place:The Slovak state Philharmonic Kosice actors:

Channel Title : Cut

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Published Date : 2015-07-28T16:30:00.000Z

Sponsor this video: Fear Pong is now a game! Get it here: » SUBSCRIBE: Watch more 100 Years of Beauty: About 100 Years of Beauty: A face from the past tells us everything about the present. Blur past the last century in 100 Years of Beauty, the iconic hair and makeup time-lapse series. Don't forget to subscribe and follow us! Official Site: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Snapchat: @watchcut Cut Swag: About Cut: Small questions have powerful effects when they go viral. Cut spreads stories for fun, for serious, and for real– bringing the internet together one awkward moment at a time. Produced, directed, and edited by Want to work with us? Want to be in a video? Want to sponsor a video? For licensing inquiries: Germany (Brooke) | 100 Years of Beauty - Ep 10 | Cut Cut

Channel Title : Rafał Herszkowicz

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Published Date : 2015-03-07T13:22:43.000Z

This is the end of the Winter.

Channel Title : knowledge_is_beautiful

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Published Date : 2016-12-10T08:35:37.000Z

In this 2014 documentary, we watch a Swiss family spending the summer on an Alp (a high mountain pasture) to care for cows. The children Braida (8), Marchet (6) and Jon (3) have found their little paradise there, but also learn how to live with the animals and process milk for example. They love to be surrounded by cows, chicken, pigs, a dog and a cat, but also must learn taking over responsibility. They already know their limits and understand the breathtaking power of nature. The summer term of this family reminds us of a lifestyle that seems to be almost lost in modern times: close to the nature, close to the animals, respecting the weather conditions, living as a team, and finding distraction in your own fantasy, for lack of TV, internet or computer games. Set in a strikingly beautiful scenery of high mountains and lush meadows, hope prevails that this connection between untouched nature and mankind will not completely get lost in the future, and that people will start appreciating simple life. In the small universe Alp ´Gün´, the three children Braida (8), Marchet (6) and Jon (3) are at home. Their summer in the valley of Safien (Graubünden) is filled with cows, cheese making and the playful learning of daily scores. We can see the adventures of the Alp through the eyes of the children, and how the parents Anna and Riccardo understand simple life as education. The children have to take on a lot of responsibility and impress us with their knowledge of handling animals and nature. Living, playing and working with the animals on the Alp stands in enormous contrast to the complex reality of modern life. This 2014 documentary raises questions about consume, comfort and media connection. No copyright infringed intented. I do not own anything in the video, everything belongs to its respective owners.

Channel Title : Bea Nov

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Published Date : 2013-07-10T11:06:27.000Z

Slovakian folklore group performing in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm

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Published Date : 2013-10-15T19:50:03.000Z

Here's the updated HD version including even more great songs: Instagram: Patreon:

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Published Date : 2018-04-18T18:52:33.000Z

The new BIG hotel will allow guests to ski on its roof Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) always gives an interesting twist to their projects: take the Lego House and the pyramid in the form of Via 57 West, for example. Such is the case of the company's recently opened Audemars Piguet Hôtel des Horlogers, which will allow guests to ski from its roof to the ground through a zigzag-inclined path. The Hôtel des Horlogers was commissioned by the Swiss luxury watchmaker Audemars Piguet and also involves the local firm Cche Architecture. Once built, it will measure a total space of 7,000 square meters and will include two restaurants, a bar, a spa and a conference center. The building will have a stepped shape to be integrated into the hillside plot and a long zigzag path will come from the roof to the ground. While the renders show that it is covered with grass in summer, during the winter months the terraces will be covered in snow and guests will be able to ski directly from their hotel rooms to access the nearby ski slopes. The hotel rises without problems of the surrounding landscape and unfolds smoothly on the site. The Hôtel des Horlogers is currently under construction and is scheduled to be completed in 2020. It will be located next to the next Audemars Piguet museum, which has also been designed by BIG in collaboration with Cche Architecture and will have a spiral shape partially buried.

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Published Date : 2010-08-29T23:37:39.000Z

This is a lovely delicate little tune, from a folk song originating in the German community in Transsylvania, but now widely known throughout the German-speaking countries. I just play the simple unadorned melody -- very simple, but very nice to play on mandolin. Played on a Mid-Missouri M-0W mandolin.

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Published Date : 2016-01-31T07:57:49.000Z

beautiful norway village life and landscapes stock footages Video Özgür Çağdaş (The World is a Fairy Tale) music: "Skalder og Legender" Viking ballads

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Published Date : 2017-03-30T09:34:25.000Z

italy beautiful places HD Top Places Group music: Imperial Italy, Romantic country #Italybeautiful #italy

Channel Title : Claves records official

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Published Date : 2014-03-27T14:23:10.000Z

The Ossipov's playlist: The Ossipov Balalaika Orchestra Nikolai Kalinin, Conductor 1. "Svetit Mesiats" 00:00 2. V. Andreev: Waltz "My Beauty" 3. "Kalinka", Soloist: A. Tihonov 03:08 4. P. Kulikov: Fantasy on "Lipa Vekovaya" 5. F. Shenderiov: "Russian Rhapsody" 6. "Ne odna v pole dorogenika", Soloist: M. Gorobstov 06:58 7. "I Have to Meet You", Soloist: A. Tihonov 11:56 8. "Polno te rebiata", conducted by A. Tihonov 9."Kamarinskaya" 15:52 10. V. Beccer: Waltz "Forest Dream", Psaltery duet: M. Voronetz & A. Dogadova 11. A. Tsigankov: "Dance Melodies", Soloist: I. Erohina 18:55 12. A. Joice: Old Waltz "Autumn Dream" 13. Russian Dance: "Smolenskiy Gusatchok", Ensemble of folk instr. with Orchestra, Soloist: S. Batushin 21:55 14. "Ne brani menia radnaya", conducted by G. Sazonova 15. A. Mosolov, V. Gavrilov: Fantasy on "Vecherniy Zvon" 16. V. Ditel: Fantasy on "Korobeiniky" 23:48 «Dazzling! Inimitable! Fantastic!» -- these are typical reactions to performances by the Ossipov Balalaika Orchestra. Susan Arons from Classical Artist International said: «I have never been a folklore buff, but from that moment I discovered for myself the beauty of folk music. It is simply magnificent!» Balalaika -- the name of the instrument alone transports us into the colorful world of Russian folk music. And no other orchestra has contributed so much to the popularity of this beautiful Russian music than the Ossipov Balalaika Orchestra. The ensemble, founded by Boris Troyanovsky and Pyotr Alekseyev in 1919, made its premiere in Moscow's Hermitage Gardens. It was soon touring throughout Russia, and the commencement of regular performances on radio in 1924 made their name known in even the most remote parts of the country. A new stage in the orchestra's history began when Nikolai Ossipov (followed by his brother Dmitri) took over the conductor's stand in 1940. The orchestra's repertoire was enlarged by arrangements of Russian classical music, and leading composers such as N. Budashkin, A. Novikov and A. Kholminov soon followed by writing works especially for the orchestra. A long line of outstanding conductors has since led the ensemble, now in the formidable hands of Nikolai Kalinin, who assumed the artistic direction in 1979. In addition to continuing the tradition and level of musicianship that Nikolai and Dmitri Ossipov established, Kalinin has promoted various chamber ensembles and individual soloists within the ensemble and has encouraged contemporary Russian composers to create original works for the orchestra. The two CDs Claves CD 50-9623, Russian Classical Music, and Claves CD 50-9624, Russian Folk Music, are the first two recordings in a very promising series which will document the complete and vivid history of this amazing orchestra. Folk, Popular & Jazz category: All the albums of this Orchestra: Album N°: CD 50-9624 EAN: 7619931962429 _________________ Find more: Contact us: info[at] / +41 21 721 13 66 Press: presse[at] We are on the most famous digital stores ! iTunes: Amazon: Spotify: GoogleMusic: Qobuz: .. _________________ EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Claves records RECORDING STUDIO National Radio Moscow RECORDING ENGINEER V. Ivanov EDITING F. Uzbekova SOUND ENGINEER V. Shuster COVER GRAPHICS Christoph Dütschler BOOKLET SUPERVISION, LAYOUT & DESIGN Mark Manion © 1996 Claves Records SA, Pully (Switzerland) Recorded at National Radio Moscow, 21-22 December 1992 _________________ Do you want to synch that? Claves records S.A: info[at] / Find a Reseller in your Country _________________ Website & Shop: Twitter: Facebook: Spotify:

Channel Title : Hubert Olson

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Published Date : 2015-01-05T13:56:16.000Z

Concert Choir, Varsity and Cadet Glee Clubs Charles S. Wood, Director Hubert Olson Junior High School Bloomington, Minnesota Edward B. Byhre, Principal Edward C. Martin, Assistant Principal 1970 Mark Custom Records UMC - 2206 Stereo Accompanists: Laura Dahl, Lance Taylor - Piano; David Kurowski - Guitar Concert Choir Soloists: Andrea Allen, Bridget Cinotta, Steve Byhre, Rex Bothwell, Robin Johnson, Tim Jones, Mike Kennedy, Lori Beaton, Jodi Robideau, Jaime and Jodi Smith, Stephanie Nilson, Sue Tupper, Mark Staton Cadet Glee Club Soloists: Curt Allen, Tim Curry Combined Group Soloists: Andrea Allen, Robin Johnson, Sue Tupper, Steve Byhre, Tim Jones, Bridget Cinotta, Rex Bothwell, Stephanie Nilson, Lori Beaton, Jodi Robideau, Jodi Smith, Curt Allen, Tim Curry Mark Custom Recording Division Technical Data: This stereo recording was prepared on AMPEX 434 LO-NOISE tape in the HUBERT OLSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL in session on March 9, 1970. Equipment used included AMPEX AM-IO Mixer, APEX Master Recorder AG-440-2. Neumann U-64 and Sony c-37 microphones. The tape to disc mastering was done via a Newmann fully automated lathe utilizing the new Neumann SX68 stereo cutterhead. Solid-state electronics were used throughout the tape to disc process. Recording Engineer: Jim Gronseth, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Side One VARSITY GLEE CLUB AND GIRLS ENSEMBLE 1. A Time For Us .........................................................Rota 2. Let There Be Music .................................................Williams 3. Joy Is Like the Rain .................................................Winter 4. Both Sides Now ......................................................Mitchell 5. Let There Be Peace On Earth ..................................Miller CADET GLEE CLUB (7th Grade) 6. This Is My Country ..................................................Jacobs Tim Curry - Soloist 7. Prayer from Hansel and Gretel ................................Humperdinck 8. Over the Rainbow ...................................................Arlen Curt Allen - Soloist 9. O Vreneli ................................................................Swiss Folk Song 10. Copenhagen ..........................................................Loesser Tim Curry - Soloist COMBINDED GROUPS 11. Long Road to Freedom ...........................................Winter Lori Beaton, Jodi Smith, Jodi Robideau - Soloists 12. Song of Peace ........................................................Sibelius Side Two CONCERT CHOIR 1. Salvation Is Created .................................................Tschesnokov 2. Good Morning Starshine ...........................................MacDermott 3. Stars Lead Us Ever On .............................................arr. Gaul Stephanie Nilson - Soloist 4. Scarborough Fair ......................................................Simon 5. Tolite Hostias (in Latin) ...............................................St. Saens 6. La Danza (in Italian) ....................................................Rossini 7. Selections from BRIGADOON .....................................Lerner and Loewe Tim Jones, Robin Johnson, Sue Tupper - Soloists 8. Almost Like Being In Love from BRIGADOON ..............Lerner and Loewe Rex Bothwell, Steve Byhre, Andrea Allen - Soloists 9. Aquarius and Let the Sun Shine In ...............................MacDermott High resolution TIFF images of the front and back album covers plus FLAC and MP3 audio files of Sides One and Two can be downloaded at

Channel Title : Duo Capinere, Sergio Valente & Complesso di Giulio Libano - Topic

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Published Date : 2017-11-20T18:39:15.000Z

Provided to YouTube by o2digitale L'inverno se n'è andato · Duo Capinere, Sergio Valente & Complesso di Giulio Libano Filastrocche e ninne nanne Vol. 2 ℗ I Dischi dello Zodiaco Released on: 1978-06-16 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Channel Title : Wolters World

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Published Date : 2017-07-01T13:00:04.000Z

Please Note: Young People Wear Many of These Styles Throughout Europe. These tips are geared toward 35+ year old travelers. Thanks for watching! Grab a Wolters World Shirt Heading to Europe & Not Sure What to Pack? Here are a few things that my fellow US travelers may want to avoid packing if they are traveling to Europe. 1. Baseball Caps: Europeans in general do not wear baseball caps, especially backwards. You would be better served to wear a more traditional hat. You will see an occasional NY Yankee hat, but why not buy the fancy hat you always wanted instead? 2. Athletic Wear: Europeans tend to wear athletic wear to do sports, not to wear around town. There is a trend of more athleisurewear in Europe, but it is not to the extent that there is in US. 3. Khakis: the omnipresent US male pant choice is not something you will see too often in Europe. Go for colored pants or jeans. If you want khaki like pants wear Chinos instead of Dockers. The pants you will see are a thinner cut or "skinnier" fit than in the US. 4. Oversized US University Sweatshirts. 5. Sport Shoes or High Heals: US sport shoes and white socks are not quite as popular in Europe as they are in the US. You may be better off with Urban Street shoes like Vans instead. Also, women should be careful with high heels as with all the cobblestone it is easy to hurt your ankles. Filmed in Rome, Italy What Shoes to Take to Europe USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014 FlipKey by TripAdvisor Top 10 Travel Bloggers 2014 Grab Wolters World Merchandise & Travel Gear at Our Gear: Sony Alpha 6000: Our favorite camera for vlogging. One of the best selling cameras of all time and its not too expensive. Osprey Meridian Carry-on Size Travel Backpack: This is THE backpack that all of the Wolters World family use. It fits in the overhead compartment, gives you a great day pack and has an awesome warranty. We always travel with one. Duafire Travel Adapter: helps you plug into most countries plugs around the world. Travel Strip: One plug for your normal device, four USB plugs as well, it saves a lot of trouble and outlets when you travel. Backup Battery Pack: Essential for travelers wanting to have a backup batter charge for their phones, cameras, and devices. Hey There Fellow Travelers! Thank you for watching our honest travel vlogs from all over this wonderful world. If you would like to get in contact with us please follow us & send us a message via our social media channels below. Also, if you like our travel videos please feel free to share them with other fellow travelers. Follow Us At

Channel Title : Anna-Karin Kight

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Published Date : 2014-05-14T17:05:43.000Z

Svenska Kyrkans kyrkokör i San Francisco

Channel Title : Storm Shield App

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Published Date : 2015-04-14T14:05:44.000Z

April showers bring May flowers. Where did that one come from? I'm Storm Shield Meteorologist Jason Meyers. The old 1886 proverb goes something like, "March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers." It originated across the pond - in the United Kingdom. It likely came about because April can be a rainy, stormy time in the United Kingdom thanks to the jet stream's position bringing rain storm after rain storm. The same logic can be applied to MOST of the United States - like the Northern Plains, the Midwest, and most of the Northeast. For these regions, while April isn't necessarily the rainiest of months, it's still a stormy month with plenty of Spring rain showers - at least enough to support a few flowers here and there. For other parts of the US - this saying doesn't really apply. In the South, it's more like March showers bring April Flowers. In the Pacific Northwest, their rainiest time of year is usually the Winter. In the Southwest, they barely get enough rain to support flowers - but most of the rain falls in the Winter or during the late summer monsoon. So there we have it. The crumby weather of March and April will eventually lead to more pleasant weather - and flowers in May. Then come the allergies. And the June bugs. Thanks for watching! Don't forget to like and subscribe! Find Storm Shield elsewhere on the internet: Download the Storm Shield App: iPhone: Android:

Channel Title : TinasheOfficialVEVO

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Company Available Now: Apple Music: Spotify: Amazon: Google Play: Follow Tinashe: #Tinashe #Company #Vevo #RandB #OfficialMusicVideo

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Published Date : 2013-12-22T17:53:50.000Z

Happy New Year Song | Ria Lagdameo | JPH Montessori Winter Festival

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Published Date : 2008-08-29T03:43:23.000Z

Celebration for the Swiss metalists (golden & brown)in Swiss House at 798 during Beijing Olympic 2008

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Published Date : 2017-11-29T17:30:47.000Z

1. TAKE A PHOTO AT BELVEDERE This is missed by most people, but an absolute must. There’s a lake in front of Upper Belvedere palace. In the evening, when the sky becomes twilight blue, it’s a beautiful place to take an iconic photo of the palace, the Christmas market, the lights and the reflections in the water: Belvedere lake © Belvedere, Wien 2. VISIT A CHRISTMAS MARKET This is why most people visit in the first place. With good reason: Vienna’s Christmas markets can make you feel like the world is a better place than news broadcasts might suggest. It’s like being wrapped in a cosy blanket before a roaring fireplace, with a steaming mug of something warm and the company of good friends. There are plenty of them, but you’ll find your way to the best if you follow this advice. Warning: if you’re on a diet, you may want to stay away. The typical market has made “culinary temptation” an art form. Christmas market 3. DRINK WEIHNACHTSPUNSCH A fine idea for that steaming mug of something warm is Weihnachtspunsch (Christmas punch): it keeps the chill at bay on a cold winter’s evening. The markets serve their punch in collectible mugs, and each market has a unique design. You pay a deposit when you order, so you can keep the mug and lose the deposit (which is perfectly fine). Christmas market mugs 4. VIEW THE LIGHTS ON THE GRABEN AND KÄRNTNER STRASSE Vienna’s Christmas lights glitter without being glitzy, with thousands of crystals and giant chandeliers bringing an imperial ballroom atmosphere to the main pedestrianized areas in the center. Take a walk in the evening, starting from the State Opera building, moving down Kärntner Straße to St. Stephen’s Cathedral, then along the Graben and up Kohlmarkt to the Hofburg palace. Christmas lights on the graben 5. TAKE AN EVENING TRIP ROUND THE RING The lights don’t end there: the wide boulevard that encircles the old city is flanked by parks, five star hotels, luxury stores and at least two Christmas markets. All have their own Christmas displays. Walk the ring yourself, use the “hop on, hop off” buses, or take the last scheduled sightseeing tram (around 5.30 pm) to see them. The yellow ring tram 6. WALK THROUGH THE RATHAUSPARK One of the Christmas markets along the Ring is the famous Christkindlmarkt on the Rathausplatz (the square in front of town hall). It’s usually packed, but the small surrounding park is worth an evening walk, too. It was “better” in previous years when the trees were full of fluorescent violins or cupcakes (see photo). In 2016, they ended that tradition in favor of new illuminations on the ground. Still worth a walk though, and when you’ve recharged your batteries, you can dive back into the market maelstrom. The cupcake tree 7. VISIT A ROAST CHESTNUT STAND Every market has one. And just about every street corner in winter, too: a “Maronistand” selling roasted potato snacks and roast chestnuts. It’s an experience shared with generations before you. You can imagine medieval children blowing on their fingers to keep them cool after picking open a hot chestnut. Now you can follow in their footsteps. Maronistand 8. VISIT THE NATIVITY SCENES IN ST. PETER’S CHURCH Peterskirche (St. Peter’s church) is a tumult of decorative Baroque opulence, with barely a brick that hasn’t been touched by an artist’s or sculptor’s hand. It’s quite beautiful inside and even more atmospheric during Advent when it hosts an exhibition of nativity scenes. Peterskirche 9. LISTEN TO AN ADVENT CONCERT And for even more advent atmosphere, take in a choir recital or advent concert. Top venues include Stephansdom (St.Stephen’s cathedral), the Peterskirche, and the Minoritenkirche (an Italian church). View of Stephansdom 10. ENJOY A SAUSAGE You can eat a sausage at one of Vienna’s many sausage stands any time of year. But they come into their own in winter. When the night chill is threatening to bite and you’re tired from seeing the sights and gaping at the lights, then take yourself off to a sausage stand and fill up with a tasty cholesterol stick Käsekrainer or Bratwurst.

Channel Title : Strictly Dumpling

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Published Date : 2018-10-24T19:00:24.000Z

There are many varieties of noodles in the world! While in Korea I wanted to go on a noodle adventure! So let's explore this country and hit-up some traditional Korean noodle spots that South Korea has to offer! Places I went to: ◈ 자성당 : Chewy noodle Address: 378-1 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul ◈ 망향비빔국수 (MangHyang noodle) : Spicy mixed noodle Address: 263-8 Yeomchang-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul (many locations) ◈ 진주회관 (JinJuHoeGwan) : Soybean noodle Address: 120-35 Seosomun-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul ◈ 고기리막국수 : Buckwheat noodle Address: 439-1 Gogi-dong, Suji-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do ****MORE EXCLUSIVE Content on Instagram**** ➨Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! Strictly Dumpling T-Shirts HERE: ►Subscribe for MORE videos about food! ► Subscribe to our COOKING Channel! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★ Facebook Show Page: Facebook Mike Fan Page: Strictly Dumpling Instagram: Personal Instagram: Twitter: Twitch: ◈ Equipment I use for filming◈ : Sony RX100 Mark V: PANASONIC LUMIX G85: Wide Angle Lens: Camera Mic: Camera Lights: Handheld Audio Recorder: Tripod: Drone: My Favorite Cookware! wok/pan Also this pan Pressure pan Nonstick pot ------------------------------------- ✉Send stuff to our P.O. Box! Mike Chen P.O. Box 610 Middletown, NY 10940 ------------------------------------- ♫ Music by: Epidemic Sound ♩ Song: Chill by Joakim Karud ♩ Song: If I Could I'd by Joakim Karud ♩ Song: Mondays by Joakim Karud ♩ Song: Mermaid - Dizaro

Channel Title : Rick Steves' Europe

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Published Date : 2017-10-15T15:00:04.000Z

Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | In this one-hour special, it's party time in Europe. In addition to all its epic history and high culture, Europe also knows how to celebrate — and it does so with amazing gusto. Joining Rick, we drop in on the Continent’s top 10 festivals, each one rich with tradition, great food, and fun with the locals. We run with the bulls at Pamplona, don a mask in Venice for Carnevale, dance with Spaniards at the April Fair, cheer on the horses at Siena's Palio, hoist a frothy stein at Munich's Oktoberfest, toss a caber at a Scottish Highland Games, and join European families for their traditional Easter and Christmas celebrations. No museums or galleries…just Europe at play. Filmed on location across Europe, this promises to be a very entertaining hour.


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