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We are adding great music videos and mps daily. We have videos selected from the best Ethiopian You tube channels. If you know a great music video or mp3, email us the URL or the mp3 file and we will add it to our players.
The music video player will play automatically all the videos on the playlist after you press the play the first time. We all should do whatever we can to encourage our home grown artists by buying their music videos and music CDs. If we don't appreciate and help our own who would? The more we listen and support our artists the better they will get by buying more new technology and instruments.
Yred the geatest Ethiopian composer St. Yared was born and raised just out side the city of Axum in Tigrai state in northern Ethiopia.
Saint Yared is the creator of modern Ethiopian music as we know it. Ethiopian Orthodox Church song melodies are based on his music principles. His parents were born and raised in Aksum. Yared is thought to have used a form of musical notation.
His father died when he was seven, and his mother sent him to be raised by his uncle Gidewon, a priest who taught religious studies. Yared arranged and composed hymns connected to religious celebrations and holidays, introducing the concept of sacred music to the Ethiopian Orthodox services.
Yared and the Inspiring Caterpillar St. Even if Abbaa Gideon allowed young Yared to live and study with him, he was not doing that well.
It was taking him a long time to complete the study of the Book of David. He could not compete with the other children, even though the teacher was his own uncle and tutoring him every day. He was so doing so bad in his education, the kids in his school used to make fun of him.
His uncle was so upset with him and he was punishing him for his poor performance and not to able to compete with the other kids. Advertisements Realizing that he was not going to be successful with his education, Yared left school and went to Medebay Tabir, a village where his another uncle resided.
On his way to Medebay Tabir, not far from Aksum, he was forced to seek shelter under a tree from a heavy rain, in a place called Maikirah. While he was standing by leaning to the tree trunk, he was immersed in deep thoughts about his poor performance in his education and his inability to compete with his peers.
Suddenly, he noticed an caterpillar, which was trying to climb up the tree. The caterpillar despite trying six times it was not successful to climb up the tree.There are far more options for what you can do with a music degree than you probably realize.
Performing and teaching are the two most common careers in music, but those alone don’t begin to cover what music majors can pursue once they graduate.
Understanding the Music Industry is a series that outlines the framework of the business, explaining the roles of the industry professionals, what their jobs entail, when it’s important to involve them and deal specifics that you want to be aware of. Artist managers, booking agents, music publishers, labels, A&Rs and others – we’ll treat them all.
The music from Kevin Tuck is fresh and exciting. I am a clarinetist teaching percussion ensemble, and appreciate the teachable music that I have bought.
You Can Do It! [Tony Dungy, Amy June Bates] on regardbouddhiste.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tony Dungy's little brother, Linden, is a third grader who is having a bad day at school.
Linden is the youngest of the Dungy family and the least motivated because he hasn't found it. In a family where everyone seems to have found their special talent.
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Why We Should Appreciate Music Music is more than just background noise. Katelyn Christie Katelyn life.
So hopefully, when you are making the next playlist or going to the grocery store once again, you can appreciate what music means to you. Cover Image Credit: .