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John Coltrane - The World According to John Coltrane

John Coltrane

Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz

Blue Note

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Musikawa

EDUCACIÓN 3.0 – Líder informativo en innovación educativa

Crear, editar o enviar documentos son tareas que pueden practicarse en cualquier parte y, hoy en día, mucho más gracias a smartphones y …

Richard Gerver: 'Los deberes no benefician a los niños'

<b>Richard Gerver</b> (<b>Londres</b>, 1969) es de los pocos padres que no echan pestes de la <b>PlayStation</b>. Sus hijos utilizan los videojuegos y las redes sociales …

Invirtiendo la evaluación #flippedlearning #flippedevaluation

Afirmaba José Luis Castillo en la comunidad FlippedEABE, que la parte fundamental de la Clase Invertida o Enseñanza Invertida, es invertir la …

This Is An Orchestra Under The Influence Of Chili Peppers

It's not unusual for musicians to play through pain. But instead of blisters or cramps, members of the Danish National Chamber Orchestra recently endured the searing throb of hot peppers. And it was on purpose: Each musician ate one of "the world's hottest chili peppers" whole, as they played a …

Reggae Vibe, Ebola Message: African Superstars Try To Go Viral

It's the biggest Ebola song yet.<p>Just as stars like Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder came together in 1985 to sing "We Are the World" and raise money for Ethiopian famine relief, 12 acclaimed African musicians have united to marry music and message.<p>The reggae song is called "Africa Stop Ebola" and …

'The Black Horn': Blowing Past Classical Music's Color Barriers

Robert Lee Watt fell in love with the French horn at an early age. He met a lot of resistance from people who thought his background and his race made a career with the instrument unlikely — but he went on to become the first African-American French hornist hired by a major symphony in the United …

Jack White

What does a conductor actually do?

The maestro on the podium is one of classical music’s most recognisable figures – but what exactly are they doing up there? Clemency Burton-Hill finds out how conductors translate their visions into glorious sounds.<p>Long before Toscanini or Furtwängler, Bernstein or Dudamel, there was Pherekydes of …

Flute

Why The Cargo Bike Is Cycling's Coolest Inventions

It's slow. It's heavy. But the cargo bicycle just might transform your life—and bring a bigger smile to your face than cycling ever has.<p><b>IT'S JUST AFTER 10</b> on a Saturday morning, on the front porch of a bungalow on the east side of Portland, Oregon. As Katie Proctor guides newcomers toward the …

New York City

Cycling Shimanami: A Celebration of Bikes

Pedaling—and eating—my way along the smooth, misty roads of Ehime and Hiroshima didn’t get me any closer to understanding Japan—but it just might hold the secret to what cycling in the US could be<p>“To be Japanese you must celebrate the seasonal events,” Jasmine, my translator, told me, as she showed …

Cycling

Veloloop Cuts Cyclists’ Wait Time at Red Lights

New device helps traffic signals recognize your bike<p>First, here’s what the Veloloop <i>doesn’t</i> do: It won’t turn a red light green on command.<p>Every time I’ve described the new device—currently leaving Kickstarter phase—a misunderstanding has arisen that it gives cyclists omnipotent power over traffic …

Cycling

Emily’s Oxford

Nat Geo Young Explorer <b>Emily Ainsworth</b> was born and raised in <b>Oxford, England</b>. After studying at her hometown’s prestigious university, the audacious anthropologist joined the circus in Mexico, performing nightly as a dancer in the ring while producing an award-winning documentary about life …

Adventures in Swiss Cheese

“A pro can sniff out at least 45 distinct aromas,” says Dominique Yersin, a Swiss cheesemaker who resembles a champion wrestler in an apron, as he holds a ripened hunk of his L’Etivaz cheese to my nose.<p>“The higher the altitude, the more aromas are captured in the milk,” he says. The odors of hay …

Adventure 101: Volcano Boarding in Nicaragua

When <b>Cerro Negro</b>—Nicaragua’s youngest volcano—last erupted in 1999, boulders tumbled down the western slope, creating a rocky, ascendable path.<p>On the opposite side, the wind deposited dark, smooth ash that is perfect for sliding. In 2004, this unique pairing of terrains sparked an outlandish idea:</b> …

The Icon: Golden Gate Bridge

Engineering wonder or colossal work of art? For many who drive or bike across, or simply admire it from afar, the <b>Golden Gate Bridge</b> is both.<p>Vaulting across the milewide strait for which it’s named, joining San Francisco Bay with the Pacific Ocean, the span opened May 28, 1937, after more than four …