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  • December 8: Psalm 128; Job 14; Isaiah 36–37; 2 John

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    Psalms and Wisdom: Psalm 128 Pentateuch and History: Job 14 Chronicles and Prophets: Isaiah 36–37 Gospels and Epistles: 2 John Psalms and Wisdom: Psalm 128 Psalm 128 Back to top Psalm 128 Blessed Is Everyone Who Fears the Lord A Song of Ascents. 128   Blessed is everyone who fears the LORD,    who walks in his ways!  You shall eat the fruit of the labor of your hands;    you shall be blessed, and it shall be well with you.   Your wife will be like a fruitful vine    within your house;  your children will be like olive shoots    around your table.  Behold, thus shall the man be blessed    who fears the LORD.   The LORD bless you from Zion!    May you see the prosperity of Jerusalem    all the days of your life!  May you see your children's children!    Peace be upon Israel! (ESV) Pentateuch and History: Job 14 Job 14 Back to top Job 14 Job Continues: Death Comes Soon to All 14   “Man who is born of a woman    is few of days and full of trouble.  He comes out like a flower and withers;    he flees like a shadow and continues not.  And do you open your eyes on such a one    and bring me into judgment with you?  Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean?    There is not one.  Since his days are determined,    and the number of his months is with you,    and you have appointed his limits that he cannot pass,  look away from him and leave him alone,1    that he may enjoy, like a hired hand, his day.   “For there is hope for a tree,    if it be cut down, that it will sprout again,    and that its shoots will not cease.  Though its root grow old in the earth,    and its stump die in the soil,  yet at the scent of water it will bud    and put out branches like a young plant.  But a man dies and is laid low;    man breathes his last, and where is he?  As waters fail from a lake    and a river wastes away and dries up,  so a man lies down and rises not again;    till the heavens are no more he will not awake    or be roused out of his sleep.  Oh that you would hide me in Sheol,    that you would conceal me until your wrath be past,    that you would appoint me a set time, and remember me!  If a man dies, shall he live again?    All the days of my service I would wait,    till my renewal2 should come.  You would call, and I would answer you;    you would long for the work of your hands.  For then you would number my steps;    you would not keep watch over my sin;  my transgression would be sealed up in a bag,    and you would cover over my iniquity.   “But the mountain falls and crumbles away,    and the rock is removed from its place;  the waters wear away the stones;    the torrents wash away the soil of the earth;    so you destroy the hope of man.  You prevail forever against him, and he passes;    you change his countenance, and send him away.  His sons come to honor, and he does not know it;    they are brought low, and he perceives it not.  He feels only the pain of his own body,    and he mourns only for himself.” Footnotes [1] 14:6 Probable reading; Hebrew look away from him, that he may cease [2] 14:14 Or relief (ESV) Chronicles and Prophets: Isaiah 36–37 Isaiah 36–37 Back to top Isaiah 36–37 Sennacherib Invades Judah 36 In the fourteenth year of King Hezekiah, Sennacherib king of Assyria came up against all the fortified cities of Judah and took them. And the king of Assyria sent the Rabshakeh1 from Lachish to King Hezekiah at Jerusalem, with a great army. And he stood by the conduit of the upper pool on the highway to the Washer's Field. And there came out to him Eliakim the son of Hilkiah, who was over the household, and Shebna the secretary, and Joah the son of Asaph, the recorder. And the Rabshakeh said to them, “Say to Hezekiah, ‘Thus says the great king, the king of Assyria: On what do you rest this trust of yours? Do you think that mere words are strategy and power for war? In whom do you now trust, that you have rebelled against me? Behold, you are trusting in Egypt, that broken reed of a staff, which will pierce the hand of any man who leans on it. Such is Pharaoh king of Egypt to all who trust in him. But if you say to me, “We trust in the LORD our God,” is it not he whose high places and altars Hezekiah has removed, saying to Judah and to Jerusalem, “You shall worship before this altar”? Come now, make a wager with my master the king of Assyria: I will give you two thousand horses, if you are able on your part to set riders on them. How then can you repulse a single captain among the least of my master's servants, when you trust in Egypt for chariots and for horsemen? Moreover, is it without the LORD that I have come up against this land to destroy it? The LORD said to me, “Go up against this land and destroy it.”’” Then Eliakim, Shebna, and Joah said to the Rabshakeh, “Please speak to your servants in Aramaic, for we understand it. Do not speak to us in the language of Judah within the hearing of the people who are on the wall.” But the Rabshakeh said, “Has my master sent me to speak these words to your master and to you, and not to the men sitting on the wall, who are doomed with you to eat their own dung and drink their own urine?” Then the Rabshakeh stood and called out in a loud voice in the language of Judah: “Hear the words of the great king, the king of Assyria! Thus says the king: ‘Do not let Hezekiah deceive you, for he will not be able to deliver you. Do not let Hezekiah make you trust in the LORD by saying, “The LORD will surely deliver us. This city will not be given into the hand of the king of Assyria.” Do not listen to Hezekiah. For thus says the king of Assyria: Make your peace with me2 and come out to me. Then each one of you will eat of his own vine, and each one of his own fig tree, and each one of you will drink the water of his own cistern, until I come and take you away to a land like your own land, a land of grain and wine, a land of bread and vineyards. Beware lest Hezekiah mislead you by saying, “The LORD will deliver us.” Has any of the gods of the nations delivered his land out of the hand of the king of Assyria? Where are the gods of Hamath and Arpad? Where are the gods of Sepharvaim? Have they delivered Samaria out of my hand? Who among all the gods of these lands have delivered their lands out of my hand, that the LORD should deliver Jerusalem out of my hand?’” But they were silent and answered him not a word, for the king's command was, “Do not answer him.” Then Eliakim the son of Hilkiah, who was over the household, and Shebna the secretary, and Joah the son of Asaph, the recorder, came to Hezekiah with their clothes torn, and told him the words of the Rabshakeh. Hezekiah Seeks Isaiah's Help 37 As soon as King Hezekiah heard it, he tore his clothes and covered himself with sackcloth and went into the house of the LORD. And he sent Eliakim, who was over the household, and Shebna the secretary, and the senior priests, covered with sackcloth, to the prophet Isaiah the son of Amoz. They said to him, “Thus says Hezekiah, ‘This day is a day of distress, of rebuke, and of disgrace; children have come to the point of birth, and there is no strength to bring them forth. It may be that the LORD your God will hear the words of the Rabshakeh, whom his master the king of Assyria has sent to mock the living God, and will rebuke the words that the LORD your God has heard; therefore lift up your prayer for the remnant that is left.’” When the servants of King Hezekiah came to Isaiah, Isaiah said to them, “Say to your master, ‘Thus says the LORD: Do not be afraid because of the words that you have heard, with which the young men of the king of Assyria have reviled me. Behold, I will put a spirit in him, so that he shall hear a rumor and return to his own land, and I will make him fall by the sword in his own land.’” The Rabshakeh returned, and found the king of Assyria fighting against Libnah, for he had heard that the king had left Lachish. Now the king heard concerning Tirhakah king of Cush,3 “He has set out to fight against you.” And when he heard it, he sent messengers to Hezekiah, saying, “Thus shall you speak to Hezekiah king of Judah: ‘Do not let your God in whom you trust deceive you by promising that Jerusalem will not be given into the hand of the king of Assyria. Behold, you have heard what the kings of Assyria have done to all lands, devoting them to destruction. And shall you be delivered? Have the gods of the nations delivered them, the nations that my fathers destroyed, Gozan, Haran, Rezeph, and the people of Eden who were in Telassar? Where is the king of Hamath, the king of Arpad, the king of the city of Sepharvaim, the king of Hena, or the king of Ivvah?’” Hezekiah's Prayer for Deliverance Hezekiah received the letter from the hand of the messengers, and read it; and Hezekiah went up to the house of the LORD, and spread it before the LORD. And Hezekiah prayed to the LORD: “O LORD of hosts, God of Israel, enthroned above the cherubim, you are the God, you alone, of all the kingdoms of the earth; you have made heaven and earth. Incline your ear, O LORD, and hear; open your eyes, O LORD, and see; and hear all the words of Sennacherib, which he has sent to mock the living God. Truly, O LORD, the kings of Assyria have laid waste all the nations and their lands, and have cast their gods into the fire. For they were no gods, but the work of men's hands, wood and stone. Therefore they were destroyed. So now, O LORD our God, save us from his hand, that all the kingdoms of the earth may know that you alone are the LORD.” Sennacherib's Fall Then Isaiah the son of Amoz sent to Hezekiah, saying, “Thus says the LORD, the God of Israel: Because you have prayed to me concerning Sennacherib king of Assyria, this is the word that the LORD has spoken concerning him:   “‘She despises you, she scorns you—    the virgin daughter of Zion;  she wags her head behind you—    the daughter of Jerusalem.   “‘Whom have you mocked and reviled?    Against whom have you raised your voice  and lifted your eyes to the heights?    Against the Holy One of Israel!  By your servants you have mocked the Lord,    and you have said, With my many chariots  I have gone up the heights of the mountains,    to the far recesses of Lebanon,  to cut down its tallest cedars,    its choicest cypresses,  to come to its remotest height,    its most fruitful forest.  I dug wells    and drank waters,  to dry up with the sole of my foot    all the streams of Egypt.   “‘Have you not heard    that I determined it long ago?  I planned from days of old    what now I bring to pass,  that you should make fortified cities    crash into heaps of ruins,  while their inhabitants, shorn of strength,    are dismayed and confounded,  and have become like plants of the field    and like tender grass,  like grass on the housetops,    blighted4 before it is grown.   “‘I know your sitting down    and your going out and coming in,    and your raging against me.  Because you have raged against me    and your complacency has come to my ears,  I will put my hook in your nose    and my bit in your mouth,  and I will turn you back on the way    by which you came.’ “And this shall be the sign for you: this year you shall eat what grows of itself, and in the second year what springs from that. Then in the third year sow and reap, and plant vineyards, and eat their fruit. And the surviving remnant of the house of Judah shall again take root downward and bear fruit upward. For out of Jerusalem shall go a remnant, and out of Mount Zion a band of survivors. The zeal of the LORD of hosts will do this. “Therefore thus says the LORD concerning the king of Assyria: He shall not come into this city or shoot an arrow there or come before it with a shield or cast up a siege mound against it. By the way that he came, by the same he shall return, and he shall not come into this city, declares the LORD. For I will defend this city to save it, for my own sake and for the sake of my servant David.” And the angel of the LORD went out and struck down 185,000 in the camp of the Assyrians. And when people arose early in the morning, behold, these were all dead bodies. Then Sennacherib king of Assyria departed and returned home and lived at Nineveh. And as he was worshiping in the house of Nisroch his god, Adrammelech and Sharezer, his sons, struck him down with the sword. And after they escaped into the land of Ararat, Esarhaddon his son reigned in his place. Footnotes [1] 36:2 Rabshakeh is the title of a high-ranking Assyrian military officer [2] 36:16 Hebrew Make a blessing with me [3] 37:9 Probably Nubia [4] 37:27 Some Hebrew manuscripts and 2 Kings 19:26; most Hebrew manuscripts a field (ESV) Gospels and Epistles: 2 John 2 John Back to top 2 John Greeting 1 The elder to the elect lady and her children, whom I love in truth, and not only I, but also all who know the truth, because of the truth that abides in us and will be with us forever: Grace, mercy, and peace will be with us, from God the Father and from Jesus Christ the Father's Son, in truth and love. Walking in Truth and Love I rejoiced greatly to find some of your children walking in the truth, just as we were commanded by the Father. And now I ask you, dear lady—not as though I were writing you a new commandment, but the one we have had from the beginning—that we love one another. And this is love, that we walk according to his commandments; this is the commandment, just as you have heard from the beginning, so that you should walk in it. For many deceivers have gone out into the world, those who do not confess the coming of Jesus Christ in the flesh. Such a one is the deceiver and the antichrist. Watch yourselves, so that you may not lose what we1 have worked for, but may win a full reward. Everyone who goes on ahead and does not abide in the teaching of Christ, does not have God. Whoever abides in the teaching has both the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not receive him into your house or give him any greeting, for whoever greets him takes part in his wicked works. Final Greetings Though I have much to write to you, I would rather not use paper and ink. Instead I hope to come to you and talk face to face, so that our joy may be complete. The children of your elect sister greet you. Footnotes [1] 1:8 Some manuscripts you (ESV)

  • 02:15:39

    Masters of the Forge - Episode 003

    · Masters of the Forge Warhammer 40k Podcast | Radio

    We're chugging along with real momentum into Episode 3.  We start off the show talking briefly about our excitement for the upcoming edition change, then roll right into discussing our recent hobby progress and the games we've been playing. After talking briefly about our upcoming hobby plans, we roll right into our coverage of the history of the Crimson Sabres and our take on the Chapter as it may exist in the Imperium today apart from their Chaos contemporaries, the Crimson Slaughter. Crimson Sabres "On Your Tabletop" Supplement: Purchase the Games Workshop Crimson Slaughter Codex Supplement here: Congratulations on your milestones!Episode 100: 150: 200: Our Facebook Page:  

  • 00:11:08

    Lars Bryngelsson om King Crimson

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    1969 ger King Crimson ut sin debutskiva In The Court Of The Crimson King, Vietnamkriget rasar som värst och omslaget har ingen information, ingen text och inga bokstäver. Bara en bild målad i enkla vattenfärger. Den bilden har etsat sig fast hos många, bland annat hos Lars Bryngelsson, som fastnade - inte bara för den utan också - och kanske i första hand - för musiken som fanns på skivan. King Crimson räknas som en av de mest inflytelserika inom den progressiva rocken och influerade många andra band - bland andra Genesis. Många musiker har kommit och gått i bandet King Crimson, bara grundaren Robert Fripp har varit med på samtliga skivor. I Klassikern gör Lars Bryngelsson en betraktelse över omslaget till skivan från 1969 och så spelar vi Twentyfirst century schizoid man från LPn In the court of the Crimson King. Håll i hatten och njut!

  • 00:54:20

    PC Perspective Podcast 377 - 12/03/15

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    PC Perspective Podcast #377 - 12/03/2015 Join us this week as we discuss AMD Radeon Software Crimson, our Holiday Gift Guide, Scott Wasson moving to AMD and more! You can subscribe to us through iTunes and you can still access it directly through the RSS page HERE. The URL for the podcast is: - Share with your friends! iTunes - Subscribe to the podcast directly through the iTunes Store RSS - Subscribe through your regular RSS reader MP3 - Direct download link to the MP3 file Hosts: Jeremy Hellstrom, Josh Walrath, and Sebastian Peak Program length: 0:54:20 Join our spam list to get notified when we go live! Week in Review: 0:07:45 AMD Radeon Software Crimson Improves FreeSync and Frame Pacing Support PCPer Live! AMD Radeon Crimson Live Stream and Giveaway! Fix Coming for AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 0:17:20 PC Perspective Holiday Gift Guide 2015 News item of interest: 0:22:30 AMD GPU Architectures pre-GCN Are Now Legacy 0:24:40 ASUS Announces New N Series Laptops with Intel Skylake and 4K IPS 0:26:20 The Tech Report's Scott Wasson Leaves for AMD 0:31:35 BitFenix Announces Pandora ATX Mid-Tower Enclosure 0:33:15 Report: NVIDIA To Cut GeForce GTX 900 Series GPU Prices 0:34:45 Raspberry Pi Zero Released for $5 0:37:45 Rumor: Abu Dhabi Fund Seeks to Sell GlobalFoundries 0:41:40 Lenovo Announces ThinkPad Yoga P40 Mobile Workstation Hardware/Software Picks of the Week: Ryan: Emergency Underwear Jeremy: The Pi Zero powered anti-selfie machine Josh: The last BD player you will ever need? Sebastian: Quad-core CPU for $70!! and Closing/outro Subscribe to the PC Perspective YouTube Channel for more videos, reviews and podcasts!!

  • 00:50:21

    Episode 29: The Crimson & Sparrow: A Lawyer’s Dream Comes True

    · Japan Eats

    John’s interest in cooking began with his curiosity in his grandmother’s expansive garden, learning early about the importance of seasonality, flavor and balance. At age 14, John moved to South Korea for three years where he not only became fluent in Korean, but truly embraced Asian flavors, language and spirits. After nearly two decades running a successful law practice and firm in Manhattan, John decided to pursue his real passion-a new culinary career at the French Culinary Institute (FCI) in New York where he graduated first in his class. It was at FCI that John met Dave Arnold, a well-respected renegade of modernist cuisine. Dave encouraged John to stage at Chef Wylie Dufresne’s wd-50. After staging for several years, he and was offered the new position as part of Research and Development at wd-50 before leaving in October, 2011 to truly take his skills and craft to a new frontier. In 2010, John and Dianna (his wife) purchased a home in Columbia County, New York, in the heart of the Hudson Valley and bountiful farmland. Columbia County reminded them both of their childhood homes in Maryland and Pennsylvania. The Crimson Sparrow was bought in October, 2011 and opened in June, 2012. The Crimson Sparrow builds on all of John’s reverence and experience in cooking with Asian flavors utilizing French technique. The Crimson Sparrow’s Tasting Menu is a foray into all of these complex, rich and unexpected flavors. It changes approximately every two to three weeks, to reflect seasonality. In addition, some of the best elements of the seasonal menu can be sampled at the bar as part of the restaurant’s a la carte menu all of which have a true pact with the cellar and beverage program. The beverage program at The Crimson Sparrow was developed by John and features unique cocktails, and a formidable list of wine, sake and shochu. John also received certification as a Sake Adviser and Sommelier through the Sake School of America, which has been endorsed by The Sake Service Institute International, the largest organization of Sake Sommelier certification in Japan. John continues to study Asian cuisine and culture, staging in Tokyo as well as remaining engaged in the study of Sake. In the Winter of 2014, he staged with a Sushi Master in Tokyo and continues to infuse all that he has learned into the cuisine and experience at The Crimson Sparrow.

  • 牛津分级阅读《公主笑了》The Laughing Princess 附原文

    · 冬冬读英文故事

    Chip had a new book.It was about a princess who couldn't laugh.Nobody could make her laugh.Chip had an idea."Try and make me laugh," he said.Biff made a funny face, but she couldn't make Chip laugh.Biff put on a funny wig.She told a funny joke, but she still couldn't make Chip laugh."It's no good," she said.Kipper had some joke teeth.The joke teeth were new.The teeth went click, click, click.Everyone laughed and laughed.The magic key began to glow.The children ran into Biff's room.The magic took them on a new adventure.The children were in a village.They saw a notice on a tree.It was about a princess who couldn't laugh.Kipper had an idea. He still had the joke teeth."I can make the princess laugh," he said.The king was in the village. A girl told him a joke."That's not funny, " said the king. "That won't make the princess laugh.""Who's next?" called the king."I am," said a man."Oh, no!" groaned the king. "Not another chicken!"The children went to the king."We can make the princess laugh," said Biff."How?" asked the king.The teeth went click, click, click.Everyone laughed and laughed."That will make the princess laugh," said the king.Kipper dropped the teeth.A dog caught them and ran off with them in its mouth."Stop that dog!" shouted the king. "Stop that dog and get the teeth."Everyone ran after the dog."Get the teeth!" shouted the king.The dog was too fast. Nobody could catch it."Stop that dog!" shouted the king.The dog ran this way and that.People tried to grab it. But it was too fast."Get the teeth!" shouted Kipper.The king ran after the dog. Everyone ran after the king.The king fell over.The dog saw a bone and it stopped.Kipper grabbed the dog and the dog dropped the teeth.Kipper picked up the joke teeth.Everyone looked at them. The teeth were broken."Oh no!" said the king.The king put the teeth on a cushion."What a pity!" the king said. "Now they won't make the princess laugh."The princess heard the noise.She looked out of a window.She saw the king and she started to laugh.The king had mud on his clothes.He had the teeth on the cushion.He looked so funny that the princess laughed and laughed.The king looked at the princess. "I've made the princess laugh," he said.Everyone laughed and cheered.The magic key began to glow.The magic took the children home.But nobody saw the children go. Everyone was laughing."What made the princess laugh?" asked Kipper."I don't know," said Chip, "but people laugh at silly things."

  • 00:13:41

    Episode 1: Narrating in the Past - passato prossimo vs. imperfetto

    · Radio Arlecchino: Italian Grammar and Culture Podcast

    asset title: Episode 1: Narrating in the Past - passato prossimo vs. imperfetto filename: ra_01.mp3 track number: 1/22 time: 13:41 size: 8.02 MB bitrate: 80 kbps Learners of Italian sometimes have a hard time picking the right verb tense when they are narrating past events, but it doesn't have to be difficult. Today's episode, when Arlecchino visits the king, will help you understand the difference between the passato prossimo and the imperfetto. Events that occur in a sequence that move the plot forward are expressed by the passato prossimo. Events that give descriptive details or background information are always in the imperfetto. Here comes Arlecchino - let's tune in and listen.DialogItalianArlecchino: Una volta, tanto tempo fa, quando ero molto più giovane, lavoravo nella fattoria di una vecchia signora. C'erano due altri servi che ci lavoravano, un tale Brighella, un Pedrolino, e c'ero pure io. La signora non era ricca. Era sempre gentile con noi, anche se lei mi considerava un po' scemo.Antonella: Un giorno abbiamo saputo che il re festeggiava il suo compleanno, e tutte le case della zona, grandi e piccole, volevano mandare qualche regalo al monarca.Arlecchino: La signora non aveva molto, come ho già detto, ma in un cestino ha messo quello che poteva: burro, pane, vino e una bella torta di mele, tutte cose fatte lì alla fattoria.Antonella: Visto che Brighella era il più forte dei servi, la signora lo ha chiamato e gli ha dato il cestino. Gli ha detto di andare al castello del re per consegnargli il suo regalo.Molto fiero di poter eseguire questo importantissimo compito, Brighella è partito subito la mattina dopo con il cestino. Per arrivare al castello del re doveva attraversare una grande foresta misteriosa, ma lui non aveva paura -- almeno così diceva.Arlecchino: Nel mezzo del bosco ha incontrato una brutta strega che è saltata davanti a lui da dietro un albero.La strega: Ehi, giovanotto -- Arlecchino: ha detto la strega -- La strega: Che cosa porti nel cestino?Arlecchino: Brighella non ha voluto dire la verità alla strega. Quella brutta vecchia era capace di rubare le buone cose che lui doveva portare dal re. Antonella: Quindi le ha detto:Brighella: Davvero niente, signora... Sono bucce di patate, gusci di uova, grani di caffè e cespi di insalata marcia... li porto da mia nonna che li dà da mangiare alle galline.La strega: Quelle cose non mi servono, giovanotto. Addio! Arlecchino: ha detto la strega, e Brighella ha ripreso la strada.Antonella: Quando Brighella è arrivato al castello, lo hanno portato davanti al re. Brighella si è inginocchiato e il re gli ha domandato:il Re: Che cosa di bello mi hai portato? Qual è il tuo bel regalo?Antonella: Brighella, tutto fiero e orgoglioso, ha aperto il cestino e l'ha offerto al Re: Diavoli e demoni! Antonella: ha gridato il sovrano. il Re: Venite tutti a vedere le bucce di patate e e tutte le schifezze che questo mascalzone ha osato di portarmi!Antonella: Brighella è rimasto stupito ma era vero: nel cestino non c'erano più le buone cosa preparate dalla signora... ma tutte le brutte cose raccontate nella sua bugia alla strega.Arlecchino: A calci nel sedere lo hanno spinto fuori del castello. Brighella mogio mogio se ne è tornato a casa, dove la signora lo ha accolto a vecchia signora: Pedrolino -- Arlecchino: ha urlato la signora -- la vecchia signora: Ora tocca a te! Non ripetere la sciocchezza di Brighella! Eccoti un altro cestino...Arlecchino: Mentre Pedrolino attraversava la foresta, di nuovo si è presentata la strega, sempre con la stessa richiesta. Antonella: Anche Pedrolino le ha mentito, dicendo:Pedrolino: Qui nel mio cestino c'è solo sterco, che porto da mia zia che vuole fertilizzare i suoi campi.La strega: Uffa, che schifo! Arlecchino: ha risposto la strega. La strega: Lo sterco non mi serve. Addio, giovanotto! Arlecchino: E Pedrolino ha ripreso la strada.Antonella: Potete immaginare la sorpresa e la disperazione del disgraziato Pedrolino quando il re ha aperto il suo bello e profumato regalo di sterco!Arlecchino: Alla signora non rimaneva nient'altro da fare che chiamare me. Mi ha dato un terzo cestino e mi ha implorato di non farla vergognare ancora davanti al re.Quando la vecchia del bosco mi ha chiesto cosa portavo nel mio cestino, ho visto non una strega ma una povera donna affamata, e le ho detto:'Signora, nel mio cestino ho pane, burro, e una torta di mele, sono per fare un regalo al re, ma vedo che Lei ha fame... Prenda quello che vuole, tanto al re non manca certo il cibo...'La strega mi ha fissato a lungo, ma non ha preso niente dal mio cestino.La strega: Grazie, giovanotto, sei molto gentile, ma ho appena pranzato e non ho fame. Addio e buon viaggio!Arlecchino: Dopo mi sono inginocchiato davanti al re, e gli ho detto: 'Maestà, la mia padrona non è ricca, ma ha mandato del meglio della sua fattoria, solo...'Antonella: Ma il re, che già guardava nel cestino, mi ha Re: Angeli e cherubini! Antonella: ha esclamato. il Re: Venite tutti a vedere i diamanti e le perle, l'oro e l'argento, che questo povero contadino è riuscito a portarmi!Antonella: Scusa un attimo, caro Arlecchino... molto bella la tua storia, ma... sei sicuro che il protagonista sei proprio tu?Arlecchino: Eh'... il tuo Arlecchino è il servitore di tanti padroni, e il protagonista di tante storie...EnglishArlecchino: Once upon a time, a long time ago, when I was much younger, I was working on the farm of an old lady. There were two other servants who were working there, a certain Brighella, one Pedrolino, and there was me. The lady wasn''t rich. She was always kind to us, even though she thought of me as rather a dolt. Antonella: One day we learned that the king was celebrating his birthday, and all the households thereabouts, great and small, wanted to send some gift to the monarch.Arlecchino: The lady didn't have much, as I have said, but she put what she could into a basket: butter, bread, wine and a fine apple pie, all things made there on the farm.Antonella: Since Brighella was the strongest of the servants, the lady called him and gave him the basket. She told him to go to the king's castle and offer him her gift.Very proud of being able to carry out this very important task, Brighella set out right away on the following morning with the basket. To get to the king's castle he had to cross a great mysterious forest, but he was not afraid - at least that's what he said.Arlecchino: In the middle of the woods he met an ugly witch who jumped out at him from behind a tree.The witch: Hey, young man -- Arlecchino: said the witch -- The witch: What are you carrying in your basket?Arlecchino: Brighella didn't want to tell the truth to the witch. That ugly old crone was capable of stealing the good things he was supposed to take to the king.Antonella: So he said to her:Brighella: Nothing really, ma'am... They're potato peels, egg shells, coffee grounds and bits of wilted salad... I'm taking them to my granny who feeds them to the chickens.The witch: I have no use for those things, young man. Farewell! Arlecchino: said the witch. And Brighella set off again down the road.Antonella: When Brighella arrived at the castle, they brought him before the king. Brighella knelt down and the king asked him: the King: What nice things have you brought me? What is your fine gift?Antonella: Brighella, all beaming with pride, opened the basket and offered it to the king.the King: Devils and demons! Antonella: cried the sovereign. the King: Come all of you and behold the potato peels and all the rubbish this scoundrel has dared to bring me!Antonella: Brighella was astounded but it was true: the good things prepared by the lady were no longer in the basket... only the ugly things described in his lie to the witch.Arlecchino: They drove him out of the castle with kicks in his behind. Brighella sheepishly returned home, where the lady welcomed him with blows of her stick.The old lady: Pedrolino -- Arlecchino: cried the lady -- The old lady: It's your turn now! Don't repeat any of Brighella's foolishness! Here's another basket for you...Arlecchino: As Pedrolino crossed the forest, the witch appeared again, again with the same request.Antonella: And Pedrolino lied to her as well, saying:Pedrolino: Here in my basket there's nothing but manure, which I am taking to my aunt to fertilize her fields.The witch: Ugh, how disgusting! Arlecchino: answered the witch. The witch: I have no use for manure. Farewell, young man! Arlecchino: And Pedrolino set off again down the road.Antonella: You can imagine wretched Pedrolino's surprise and despair when the king opened his fine fragrant gift of manure!Arlecchino: There was nothing left for the lady to do but to call upon me. She gave me a third basket and implored me not to shame her again before the king.When the old crone of the woods asked me what I was carrying in my basket, I saw not a witch but a poor starving woman, and I said to her:'Ma'am, in my basket I have bread, butter, and an apple pie, they're to be a gift for the king, but I see that you are hungry... Take what you will, after all, the king surely doesn't want for food...'The witch stared at me a good while, but she took nothing from my basket.The witch: Thank you, young man, you are very kind, but I've just had lunch and I'm not hungry. Good-bye and farewell!Arlecchino: Later I knelt before the king and said to him, 'Your majesty, my mistress is not rich, but she has sent the best from her farm, only...'Antonella: But the king, who was already looking in the basket, interrupted me.the King: Angels and cherubim! Antonella: he exclaimed. the King: Come all of you and behold the pearls, the gold and the silver, that this poor peasant has managed to bring me!Antonella: Pardon me a moment, my dear Arlecchino... your story is lovely, but... are you sure that you yourself are really its hero?Arlecchino: Ah, your Arlecchino is the servant of many a master, and the hero of many a tale...

  • 03:07:02

    Episode 069 – 7th Edition, Competitive Gaming and The Crimson King

    · The Imperial Truth - The Horus Heresy 30K podcast

    Episode 069 – 7th Edition, Competitive Gaming and The Crimson King We have packed this show with chat about the how the game will be affected by the decision to stay with 7th Edition, how to be a good noob at events, whether we should accept or accommodate competitive gaming and Michael is back this time to talk about The Crimson King. On top of all that we have the news, what we have been up to plus the details for Neil’s charity auction and some other competitions…. 00:00:00 – 00:32:30 – Intro, Sponsors, What we have been up and competitions 00:32:30 – 01:13:00 –  The Great Edition Divide 01:13:00– 01:45:09 – How To Be a Good Noob….. At Events 01:45:09 – 02:27:05 – The Crimson King  with Michael 02:27:05 – 02:58:13 – Competitive Gaming in the Heresy? 02:58:13 – 03:07:01 – Closing the show…   The Charity model auction runs from Thursday 15th June to Sunday 25th June and can be found. Once it’s live, here: If you are purchasing from Element Games then head via this link:   You can find out more about the Warhammer 40,000 Legends collection here : And don’t forget our sponsors – Make sure you tell them we sent you. Lil’ Legend Studios –   Element Games. Don’t forget you can use the codes for extra crystals, mine is GRE259 If you enjoyed the show then please leave a positive review on Itunes. You can contact the show via Or    You can follow us on Twitter: Show – @Imperial_Truth Greg – @ChildofFang Neil - @NeilPaints   Also our facebook page: And our facebook group   Neil’s Blog is:

  • 00:24:34

    Candice Fox on Crimson Lake

    · The Booktopia Podcast

    Candice Fox chats with Booktopia's Sarah McDuling about her new novel Crimson Lake! Crimson Lake --> more on the story: 12.46: Thirteen-year-old Claire Bingley stands alone at a bus stop12.47: Ted Conkaffey parks his car beside her12.52: The girl is missing...Six minutes – that’s all it took to ruin Detective Ted Conkaffey’s life. Accused but not convicted of Claire’s abduction, he escapes north, to the steamy, croc-infested wetlands of Crimson Lake.Amanda Pharrell knows what it’s like to be public enemy number one. Maybe it’s her murderous past that makes her so good as a private investigator, tracking lost souls in the wilderness. Her latest target, missing author Jake Scully, has a life more shrouded in secrets than her own – so she enlists help from the one person in town more hated than she is: Ted Conkaffey.But the residents of Crimson Lake are watching the pair’s every move. And for Ted, a man already at breaking point, this town is offering no place to hide...

  • 01:10:35

    Crimson Tide (1995) Review | Action Movie Anatomy

    · Action Movie Anatomy

    Action Movie Anatomy hosts Ben Bateman and Andrew Ghai break down Crimson Tide! Crimson Tide is a 1995 American submarine film directed by Tony Scott, produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer. It takes place during a period of political turmoil in the Russian Federation, in which ultranationalists threaten to launch nuclear missiles at the United […] The post Crimson Tide (1995) Review | Action Movie Anatomy appeared first on Popcorn Talk - We Talk Movies.

  • 01:19:53

    Crimson Peak Review | Anatomy of a Movie

    · Anatomy of a Movie

    AOM hosts Marisa Serafini (@SerafiniTV), Demetri Panos (@DMovies1701) and John Comerford discuss the 2015 movie Crimson Peak. Crimson Peak is a 2015 gothic romance film directed by Guillermo del Toro and written by del Toro and Matthew Robbins. The film stars Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Charlie Hunnam, and Jim Beaver. Produced by Legendary Pictures […] The post Crimson Peak Review | Anatomy of a Movie appeared first on Popcorn Talk - We Talk Movies.

  • #560: Crimson Peak / Bridge of Spies / Top 5 Cold War Movies

    · Filmspotting

    Josh and guest host Michael Phillips (Chicago Tribune) are visited by the 'Ghost of Fights over Guillermo del Toro Movies Past' for their divisive review of CRIMSON PEAK. Plus, their takes on Steven Spielberg's BRIDGE OF SPIES and the Top 5 Cold War Movies. This episode is brought to you by MUBI and Squarespace (code FILM). 0:00-4:35 - Billboard / MUBI 4:35-25:17 - Review: "Crimson Peak" Murder By Death, "Solitary One" 26:22-27:23 - Squarespace 27:23-37:52 - Notes / Polls 37:52-47:16 - Review: "Bridge of Spies" Murder By Death, "Last Thing" 48:27-1:18:51 - Top 5: Cold War Movies 1:18:51-1:24:03 - Close / Outtake MUSIC - Murder By Death LINKS - Josh on "Crimson Peak" - Michael on "Crimson Peak" - Josh on "Bridge of Spies" - Michael on "Bridge of Spies" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

  • 01:08:39

    SS 086: Beautiful Pornography and the Art of the Blowjob

    · Life on the Swingset - The Swinging & Polyamory Podcast

    Amidst the endless bang bus, humiliation porn, and ass to mouth videos, one site stands out as something completely different:, featuring a gorgeous redhead named Camille Crimson giving slow, artistic, fun, and sexy blowjobs to her man. The Art of Blowjob is leading a charge toward a different landscape of porn with more beauty in it. PR and Marketing Director for The Art Of Blowjob, Sophie Delancey joins us to talk about the beautiful porn she manages, what she thinks about the future of porn, and to get some advice on climbing onto the swingset from us. Shownotes: For those of you scrambling to write down the amazing collection of links Sophie gave us at the end of tonight's episode, here they are: • • • •  Twitter Handles@SophieDelancey • @CamilleCrimson • @MikeFlirt • @LilyanneBloom • @MaxSauvage Facebook PagesCamille Crimson • LilyanneBloom TumblrsSophieDelancey • Camille Crimson • Pornographic Love   Join the Swingset crew at Desire Resort & Spa from November 3-10, 2012!

  • 01:00:41

    Nothing But The Blues #348

    · Nothing But The Blues

    B.B. King (3 O'Clock Blues); B.B. King (You Know I Love You); B.B. King (The Other Night Blues); B.B. King (Gonna Miss You Around Here); B.B. King (Praying To The Lord); B.B. King (Don't Look Now, But I've Got The Blues) B.B. King (I'm King); B.B. King (It's A Mean World); B.B. King (My Lucille); B.B. King (You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now); B.B. King (Get These Blues Off Me); B.B. King (Telephone Blues); B.B. King with David Gilmore and Paul Carrack (Cryin' Won't Help You Babe); B.B. King with Bonnie Raitt (Baby I Love You); B.B. King with Eric Clapton (Hold On! I'm Comin'); B.B. King (One Shoe Blues).

  • 01:02:20

    The Walking Dead Season 8, Ep #6 Recap | The King, The Widow & Rick

    · The Walking Dead LIVE: Post Show Recaps

    Rob Cesternino recaps Season 8, Episode 6 of "The Walking Dead" with Jessica Liese. The post The Walking Dead Season 8, Ep #6 Recap | The King, The Widow & Rick appeared first on

  • Martin Luther King's Second Martyrdom

    · Mumia Abu-Jamal's Radio Essays

    Soon, every TV station and network, and many of the nation's radio stations, will air stock film footage (or tape) of Martin Luther King, Jr., his handsome dark face shining in a sea of dark faces, captured in his moment of triumph: the "I Have a Dream" speech in Washington. They will gladly air this 'safe' Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who spoke loftily and eloquently of dreams. Few will dare air his remarks made at Riverside Church in New York City, where an older, wiser Martin spoke, not of dreams but of realities -- of social, and especially economic injustice -- of rampant American militarism, and yes -- the nightmare of white racism. One of those with him, who, too, would become a Rev. Dr., was Vincent Harding, a man who loved Martin, and who knew him as a brother, rather than an icon. Rev. Dr. Harding, a leading theologian and historian, wanted others to know the Martin he'd known; so he wrote a book: Martin Luther King: The Inconvenient Hero (Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis, 1996 [8th printing]). As Harding teaches us, King fell into the pit of betrayal, when he took on the war in Vietnam: ".... King was bitterly rebuked for taking on the issue of the war. Some called it a diversion from the issue of black rights. Others feared the terrible rage of [President] Lyndon Johnson who brooked no opposition (certainly not from black Martin Luther King!) to his destructive policies. "Some members of King's own Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) board of directors opposed his role in the antiwar movement, partly because they had seen the way in which the liberal white allies of the movement had withdrawn financial support from the radicalized young people of SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee), who dared stand in solidarity with the Vietnamese opponents of America's intervention ... "In the face of all this, partly because of all this, King persisted, and the Riverside speech - delivered exactly one year before his assassination, was the most notable result of his decision. Immediately the drumbeat of harsh criticism was heightened. It came from many ... including such black stalwarts as Jackie Robinson, Roy Wilkins, Whitney Young, and Carl Rowan." [pp. 70-71] Rev. Dr. Harding also recounts how the allegedly 'liberal' Washington Post assailed Rev. Dr. King for daring to oppose the war. The newspaper editorial called his words "Bitter and damaging allegations and inferences that he did not and could not document." In the view of the Post's editors, "many who have listened to him with respect will never again accord him the same confidence. He has diminished his usefulness to his cause, to his country, and to his people." [Harding, p. 71] To his credit, Harding explains, King did not heed such criticisms, for he knew that they were on the side of war and death. Harding writes that King became increasingly radicalized, and emboldened to speak out against injustice; Riverside was a turning point: "(Who knew that night, April 4, that he had precisely one more year to live, that the bullet was closing in?) For King saw the larger context. He had already declared in other places that his "beloved country" was "engaged in a war that seeks to turn the clock of history back and perpetuate white colonialism." Underlying this backwardness, he said, was America's refusal to recognize that "the evils of capitalism are as real as the evils of militarism and evils of racism." [p. 101] This ain't the Martin Luther King we see on commercials, nor the ones we see in newspaper ads around the days of his birth or death. That Martin Luther King, anti-war critic, economic justice activist, advocate for the poor, fellow sufferer of the bombed and oppressed in Vietnam, a budding socialist (or at least anti-capitalist), had become, in Harding's words, 'the inconvenient hero.' May we remember who he really was. That King has almost vanished from our popular media, white-washed culture and history. Were it not for folks like Vincent Harding, he might have. Copyright 2007 Mumia Abu-Jamal

  • 00:31:31

    Jesus is the King - Vladimir Savchuk

    · HungryGen Podcast

    This week Pastor Vlad continues his Jesus series with a message title, Kingdom Mentality. In this message you find a mindset and outlook toward life that will lead you into all victory and blessing.Sermon Notes:The Kingdom of Heaven it’s where God personally abides, it’s a PLACE. The Kingdom of God is the rule of God in the heart of man, it’s a PERSON. According to Romans 14:17, the Kingdom of God is righteousness, peace, joy in the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the oxygen of the Kingdom of God. 1. Jesus is the King. (Is 9:6; Mt 2:2; John 12:15; Mt 27:11-12) He was born a king. He claimed to be a king. He died as a king. Jesus is coming back as a King. Difference between a king and president? - A king is never voted into power (Luke 2:11)- A king’s word is law in his territory (Ps.119:72; Mt.5:18)- A king personally owns everything in his domain (1 Cor.10:26)- The king chooses who will be a citizen of his kingdom (Phil.3:20-21; John 15:16)- The kingdom’s glory is in the happiness and health of its citizens (Luke 12:22-24)If you see Jesus as a savior, you will come to Him with your sin.If you see Jesus as a healer, you will come to Him with your sickness. If you see Jesus as a deliverer, you will come to Him with your demons. If you see Jesus as a king, you will come to Him with worship (as wise men did). 2. Jesus preached the Kingdom. (Mt.4:17; 10:7; 14:14)Gospel – “evangelion” or “good news” Gospel is not message in itself but rather description of message. We are not commanded to preach the gospel but the gospel of the Kingdom. The word “ salvation" and “saved" is mentioned 12 times in the gospels but the word “kingdom” is mentioned 127 times. Jesus preached more about the Kingdom than salvation, healing and deliverance because all these things are in the Kingdom. We ought to seek the Kingdom and everything else will be added to us (Mt.6:33). Presence of God brings PEACE. Principles of God bring PROSPERITY. Presence of the King changes your SOUL, principles of the Kingdom bring success. 3. Jesus is the King of kings (Rev.19:16). As priests we minister to God, as kings we reign with God! (Rev.1:6; 5:10)We receive gift of righteousness and abundance of grace to REIGN in life. (Rom.5:17)Lion and the Eagle is the two animals the Creator compares Himself to. Eagle rules the sky, lion rules the judge. Lion is not biggest, smartest, fastest, or strongest but he is the king. Why? Because lion has a different attitude which comes from his belief about himself. When lion sees an elephant, he sees lunch, when elephant sees a lion he sees an eater. Prayer Point: 1. Arrows of failure at the edge of success, arrows of shame and disgrace, arrows of the wicked, go back to the sender in the name of JESUS 2. Arrows of untimely death, arrows of witchcraft, arrows of infirmity go back to the sender in the name of Jesus.3. Holy Ghost, connect me to miracles, signs and wonders, in the name of Jesus.

  • 00:28:30

    Henry Purcell à Londres en 1692 (2/5)

    · Musicopolis

    durée : 00:28:30 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Ode for Queen Mary's birthday_ "Love's goddess sure was blind" z 331(1692) duo "Sweetness of nature" James Bowman, contreténor, Mark Padmore, haute\-contre, The King's Consort, direction Robert King Hypérion CDA 66494 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Ode for Queen Mary's birthday_ "Love's goddess sure was blind" z 331 (1692) Choeur "May she to heaven" The King's Consort, direction Robert King Hypérion CDA 66494 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Funeral sentences for the death of Queen Mary II_ (1695) March Equale Brass Ensemble, direction John Eliot Gardiner Erato 3984 27499 2 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Funeral sentences for the death of Queen Mary II_ (1695) Man that is born of a woman Z 27 Choeur Monteverdi, direction John Eliot Gardiner Erato 3984 27499 2 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Funeral sentences for the death of Queen Mary II_ (1695) March Equale Brass Ensemble, direction John Eliot Gardiner Erato 398427499 2 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Voluntary_ en ré min Z 719 Davitt Monroney, orgue Thomas Dallam de l’église de Guimiliau en Bretagne, à l’origine construit dans les années 1675\-1680 Arcana A 310 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Trumpet Tune_ en Ré Maj Z 603:7 Peter Hurford, orgue Decca DECA 411 929\-2 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Ode for Queen Mary's birthday_ "Love's goddess sure was blind" z 331(1692) Soprano et Choeur "Long may she reign" The King's Consort, direction Robert King Hypérion CDA 66494 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Ode for Queen Mary's birthday_ "Love's goddess sure was blind" z 331(1692) Symphony The King's Consort, direction Robert King Hypérion CDA 66494 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Not all my torments_ (1693) Nancy Argenta, soprano, Nigel North, archiluth, Paul Nicholson, clavecin Virgin VRGN VC 7593242 ♫ **Traditionnel** _Cold and raw_ (the farmer's daughter) Friederike Shultz, chant, Bernard Revel, guitare Conviviencia Strasbourg ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Ode for Queen Mary's birthday_ "Love's goddess sure was blind" z 331(1692) "air de soprano "May her blest example" Gillian Fischer, soprano, The King's Consort, direction Robert King Hypérion CDA 66494 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Ode for Queen Mary's birthday_ "Love's goddess sure was blind" z 331(1692) duo "Many such days" James Bowman, contreténor, Mark Padmore, haute\-contre, The King's Consort, direction Robert King Hypérion CDA 66494 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _The Prophetess or the history of Dioclesian_ (1690) Come come away no delay (Duo de basses) George Michael, Nathan Berg, basses, Collegium Musicum 90, direction Richard Hickox Chandos CHAN 0558 ♫ **Henry Purcell** (1659\-1695) _Ode for Queen Mary's birthday_ "Love's goddess sure was blind" z 331(1692) Choeur "May she to heaven" The King's Consort, direction Robert King Hypérion CDA 66494 {% image 6a09a348-4b7b-4738-bcfc-f6a652dec924 %} ## Archives INA ►**Fiction radiophonique adaptée du _Journal de Samuel Pepys_ (1660\-1669)** Réal. Catherine Lemire, avec la voix de Didier Sandre (France Culture 2003) ## Bibliographie **Gérard Géfen**, _Histoire de la Musique anglaise_ (Fayard, 1992) **Hugh Clout**, _Histoire de Londres_, (Que sais\-je ? PUF, 1999) **J.A. Westrup**, _Purcell_ (J.B. Janin, 1947) **William Christie et Marielle D. Khoury**, _Purcell au cœur du Baroque_ (Découvertes Gallimard 1995) **Robert King**, _Henry Purcell_ (Thames and Hudson, 1994) ## Vidéo {% embed youtube 8ryzWombhBQ %} Extrait de _England, my England\- The Story of Henry Purcell_, réal. Tony Palmer pour Channel 4 en 1995 - réalisé par : Béatrice Trichet

  • Solo jazz - Los reyes del jazz - 06/01/17

    · Sólo jazz

    G0RD0N: Unforgettable (3’06”). N. Cole. BASIE: One O'Clock jump (3'53”). N. Cole. GERSHWIN: They can't take that away from me (4’41”). L. Armstrong / E. Fitzgerald. MATSHKIZA: King Kong (2’46”). T. Lightfoot's New Orleans Jazzmen. STRAYHORN: Take the A train (2'43”). King Sisters. OLIVER / NELSON: Too late (3’06”). J.K. Oliver. MORTON: King Porter Stomp (3’41”). H. James. THOMPTON: King's spinner (2'37”). R. Jacquet. SUN RA: Kingdom of Not (5’26”). Sun Ra. MILLER: King of the road (4’04”). W. Montgomery. HERON / JACKSON: The king Alfred Plan (4'04”). G. Scott Heron. SHARP: Three kings (2’52”). E. Sharp. ELLINGTON / RUSSELL: Don't get around much anymore (3’16”). B.B. King. DIXON: My babe (3'46”). A. King. BASIE: The King (10’39”). A. Cohn. SIDRAN: The King of Harlem (4’57”). Ben Sidran. MUNDY: King size (9'17”). G. Ammons / A. Farmer. BAKER / HAYES / CURTIS: Dynamite ad midnight (3’12”). King Curtis. PLEASURE: The new Symphony Sid (2’16”). T. Edwards. KANCHELI: King Lear (1'56”). G. Kancheli. TRUFFAZ: King B (5’29”). E. Truffaz. MILLER: The king is gone (for Miles) (6’05”). M. Miller. HENDERSON / DIXON: Bye bye blackbird (7'56”). M. Davis. ELLINGTON: Self portrait (of the Bean) (3'546”). D. Ellington Escuchar audio