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2. TRUMPET LESSONS

  • Duration: 156
  • Channel: music
TRUMPET LESSONS

BALCONYTV.COM 5/12/2006 PRESENTED BY TOM MILLETT and PAULIN FREEMAN The trumpet is the highest brass instrument in register, above the horn, trombone, euphonium, and tuba. A musician who plays the trumpet is called a trumpet player or trumpeter. The most common trumpet by far is a transposing instrument pitched in B♭ - the note read as Middle C sounds as the B♭semitones below - but there are many other trumpets in this family of instruments. The trumpet is made of brass tubing bent into a rough spiral. Although the bore is roughly cylindrical, it is more precisely a complex series of tapers, smaller at the mouthpiece receiver and larger just before the flare of the bell begins. Careful design of these tapers is critical to the intonation of the instrument. Sound is produced by blowing air through closed lips, producing a "buzzing" sound into the mouthpiece and starting a standing wave vibration in the air column inside the trumpet. The player can select the pitch from a range of overtones or harmonics by changing the lip aperture. There are three piston valves, each of which increases the length of tubing when engaged, thereby lowering the pitch. The first valve lowers the instrument's pitch by a whole step (2 semitones), the second valve by a half step (1 semitone), and the third valve by one-and-a-half steps (3 semitones). Used alone and in combination these valves make the instrument fully chromatic, i.e., able to play all twelve pitches of Western music. The sound is projected outward by the bell. The mouthpiece has a circular rim which provides a comfortable environment for the lips' vibration. Directly behind the rim is the cup, which channels the air into a much smaller opening (the backbore or shank) which tapers out slightly to match the diameter of the trumpet's lead pipe. The dimensions of these parts of the mouthpiece affect the timbre or quality of sound, the ease of playability, and player comfort. A wider and deeper cup are often best suited for a fuller, more expansive sound, while shallow-cupped "pea-shooter" mouthpieces can facilitate execution in the extreme high register. A larger rim allows for more assured striking of the notes; a smaller rim improves endurance but decreases flexibility. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trumpet Tune in tomorrow!!!


3. TRUMPET LESSONS

  • Duration: 102
  • Channel: shortfilms
TRUMPET LESSONS

BALCONYTV.COM 24/01/2007 PRESENTED BY TOM MILLETT AND TRUMPET TEACHER COLIN The trumpet is the highest brass instrument in register, above the horn, trombone, euphonium, and tuba. A musician who plays the trumpet is called a trumpet player or trumpeter. The most common trumpet by far is a transposing instrument pitched in B♭ - the note read as Middle C sounds as the B♭semitones below - but there are many other trumpets in this family of instruments. The trumpet is made of brass tubing bent into a rough spiral. Although the bore is roughly cylindrical, it is more precisely a complex series of tapers, smaller at the mouthpiece receiver and larger just before the flare of the bell begins. Careful design of these tapers is critical to the intonation of the instrument. Sound is produced by blowing air through closed lips, producing a "buzzing" sound into the mouthpiece and starting a standing wave vibration in the air column inside the trumpet. The player can select the pitch from a range of overtones or harmonics by changing the lip aperture. There are three piston valves, each of which increases the length of tubing when engaged, thereby lowering the pitch. The first valve lowers the instrument's pitch by a whole step (2 semitones), the second valve by a half step (1 semitone), and the third valve by one-and-a-half steps (3 semitones). Used alone and in combination these valves make the instrument fully chromatic, i.e., able to play all twelve pitches of Western music. The sound is projected outward by the bell. The mouthpiece has a circular rim which provides a comfortable environment for the lips' vibration. Directly behind the rim is the cup, which channels the air into a much smaller opening (the backbore or shank) which tapers out slightly to match the diameter of the trumpet's lead pipe. The dimensions of these parts of the mouthpiece affect the timbre or quality of sound, the ease of playability, and player comfort. A wider and deeper cup are often best suited for a fuller, more expansive sound, while shallow-cupped "pea-shooter" mouthpieces can facilitate execution in the extreme high register. A larger rim allows for more assured striking of the notes; a smaller rim improves endurance but decreases flexibility. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trumpet Tune in tomorrow!!!


4. AAA ABS - FAT BURNING AB WORKOUT

  • Duration: 316
  • Channel: lifestyle
AAA ABS - FAT BURNING AB WORKOUT

The Diet Solution Program http://tinyurl.com/6sl55ej Truth About Abs http://tinyurl.com/79q4qce CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! www.turbulencetraining.com Are you ready for a butt-kicking, fat burning workout that will give you ripped abs? This is the best fat burning ab workout you can do. Let`s begin with the first superset which includes the Dumbbell Press Squat exercise and the Pull-up with Knee-up exercise. For the DB Press Squat, start by holding the DB at shoulder height with your feet slightly wider than hip width apart. Next, squat down, and then drive up, while raising the DB above your head. Doall repetitions for one side, then switch arms and do the other. The second exercise in the first superset is the Pull-Up with Knee-Up. For this exercise, begin by taking an overhand grip, and as you pull-up, bring your knees up to your chest, and then slowly lower back down. Although a difficult exercise to perform, this is a really great one because it`s actually two exercises in one. If, however, you can`t do the Pull-up with Knee-up exercise, you can easily substitute high repetition dumbbell rows (20 reps per side). By doing a high number of repetitions, your body is fighting against the rotation. Therefore, if you keep proper form and do high reps, your abs will actually feel it the next day. Just be sure to choose a weight that is very challenging, but still allows you to use proper form. For the second superset of workout \"B\" in AAA Abs, you will perform the Front Loaded Bulgarian Split Squat along with an advanced version of the stability ball plank, the ...


5. Sumo New Year’s Tradition Honored In Japan

  • Duration: 71
  • Channel: news
Sumo New Year’s Tradition Honored In Japan

Japan's sumo stars ushered in the new year on Tuesday (January 8) with a foot-stomping performance at Tokyo's Meiji shrine.

Clad in nothing but loin cloths in the depths of winter, Japan's two top-ranking "Yokozuna" elite, Hakuho and Harumafuji, led the traditional new year ritual, flanked by lower-ranking wrestlers.

Hakuho weighs 340 pounds (153-kilos) and stands 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) tall, slightly larger than fellow Mongolian-born compatriot Harumafuji's 6 feet 1 inches (1.85 m) and 290 pounds (133 kg).

"It was wonderful that the weather was so good today, although it was a little bit chilly. But it felt great that so many people turned out to watch me," Hakuho told journalists after the ceremony.

Professional sumo now has more than 40 foreign-born wrestlers from nearly a dozen nations ranging from Bulgaria to Brazil.

The participation of foreigners has raised eyebrows in the conservative sumo world, with a Japanese wrestler denied the top spot since 2000.

But the rivalry between waves of foreign competitors -- the Hawaiians in the 1980s and the Mongolians in the 1990s -- and their Japanese counterparts has also been credited with halting a decline in the sport's popularity.

-Reuters


6. Audi RS5 450hp

  • Duration: 46
  • Channel: auto
Audi RS5 450hp

2018 Audi RS5 Debuts with Fewer Cylinders, Angrier Styling Its new twin-turbo V-6 makes 444 horsepower and 443 lb-ft. With the latest generation of the Audi A5 and S5 coupes already on sale, we’ve been awaiting the arrival of the maximum-horsepower version, and now it’s here: the RS5. The new RS5 is powered by a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V-6, making 444 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque, the latter available from 1900 to 5000 rpm. That output is down slightly in horsepower versus the previous RS5’s 450-hp 4.2-liter V-8 but far exceeds its 317 lb-ft of torque. Code-named EA839 and also used in the Porsche Panamera 4S, the new V-6 locates its turbochargers between the cylinder banks and is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. (The last RS5, you may recall, used a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.) The RS5’s standard Quattro all-wheel-drive system has a 40/60 default torque split; Audi’s torque-vectoring rear differential is optional. Audi claims a zero-to-62-mph time of 3.9 seconds and a top speed—with the optional RS Dynamic package—of 174 mph. The RS5 sits lower than its platform mates on a multilink suspension front and rear. As before, dampers that are diagonally linked hydraulically to reduce body roll and pitch, which Audi calls Dynamic Ride Control, are available, along with variable-ratio Dynamic Steering and carbon-ceramic brakes. Nineteen-inch wheels are standard, with 20-inchers optional. Outside, the RS5 sports fenders widened by 0.6 inch, a honeycomb-mesh grille flanked by large lower air intakes, available matrix LED headlights (outside the U.S., at least), and a fixed rear wing. A carbon-fiber roof, which can be clear-coated or painted, is optional. There also are three exterior appearance packages, in gloss black, carbon, and matte aluminum. Inside, Audi’s virtual cockpit TFT instrument cluster has RS-specific graphics and information (including lateral and longitudinal g-forces, torque, and tire pressure), and there are sport seats and a flat-bottom steering wheel. Nappa leather with diamond stitching is available, as is a design package that brings red highlights and microsuede accents to the otherwise all-black interior. The coupe should reach North America in the latter half of 2017, where it will do battle with the BMW M4, the Cadillac ATS-V coupe, the Lexus RC F, and the Mercedes-AMG C63 coupe. There’s still more to come for the RS5: We also expect it to appear in convertible form, and perhaps as a Sportback, too, as Audi Sport prepares to launch eight new models by the end of 2018.


7. 2017 Audi RS5 450hp - Perfect Car!!

  • Duration: 514
  • Channel: auto
2017 Audi RS5 450hp - Perfect Car!!

2018 Audi RS5 Debuts with Fewer Cylinders, Angrier Styling Its new twin-turbo V-6 makes 444 horsepower and 443 lb-ft. With the latest generation of the Audi A5 and S5 coupes already on sale, we’ve been awaiting the arrival of the maximum-horsepower version, and now it’s here: the RS5. The new RS5 is powered by a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V-6, making 444 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque, the latter available from 1900 to 5000 rpm. That output is down slightly in horsepower versus the previous RS5’s 450-hp 4.2-liter V-8 but far exceeds its 317 lb-ft of torque. Code-named EA839 and also used in the Porsche Panamera 4S, the new V-6 locates its turbochargers between the cylinder banks and is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. (The last RS5, you may recall, used a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.) The RS5’s standard Quattro all-wheel-drive system has a 40/60 default torque split; Audi’s torque-vectoring rear differential is optional. Audi claims a zero-to-62-mph time of 3.9 seconds and a top speed—with the optional RS Dynamic package—of 174 mph. The RS5 sits lower than its platform mates on a multilink suspension front and rear. As before, dampers that are diagonally linked hydraulically to reduce body roll and pitch, which Audi calls Dynamic Ride Control, are available, along with variable-ratio Dynamic Steering and carbon-ceramic brakes. Nineteen-inch wheels are standard, with 20-inchers optional. Outside, the RS5 sports fenders widened by 0.6 inch, a honeycomb-mesh grille flanked by large lower air intakes, available matrix LED headlights (outside the U.S., at least), and a fixed rear wing. A carbon-fiber roof, which can be clear-coated or painted, is optional. There also are three exterior appearance packages, in gloss black, carbon, and matte aluminum. Inside, Audi’s virtual cockpit TFT instrument cluster has RS-specific graphics and information (including lateral and longitudinal g-forces, torque, and tire pressure), and there are sport seats and a flat-bottom steering wheel. Nappa leather with diamond stitching is available, as is a design package that brings red highlights and microsuede accents to the otherwise all-black interior. The coupe should reach North America in the latter half of 2017, where it will do battle with the BMW M4, the Cadillac ATS-V coupe, the Lexus RC F, and the Mercedes-AMG C63 coupe. There’s still more to come for the RS5: We also expect it to appear in convertible form, and perhaps as a Sportback, too, as Audi Sport prepares to launch eight new models by the end of 2018. Read More http://www.caranddriver.com/audi/rs5 Audi Website Over 13,000 units of the first-generation Audi RS 5 Coupé have been delivered to customers since 2010. The new high-performance coupé is coming to dealerships in Germany and other European countries in June 2017. The price is EUR 80,900. Read More https://www.audi-mediacenter.com/en/press-releases/the-new-audi-rs-5-coupe-7354 "2016 2018 Test Drive Sound Acceleration"


8. Kanye West Confirms Kylie Jenner & Tyga's Relationship?!

  • Duration: 153
  • Channel: news
Kanye West Confirms Kylie Jenner & Tyga's Relationship?!

11 most ridiculous moments from KUWTK►►http://bit.ly/1qoCs67 More Celebrity News ►► http://bit.ly/SubClevverNews Leave it to Kanye to set the record straight when it comes to speculation surrounding a possible relationship between Kylie Jenner and Tyga! In an interview this AM with Power 105.1’s Breakfast Club, Kanye was asked whether or not he thinks Tyga’s relationship with his sister-in-law is inappropriate -- and after an extremely long pause Ye said this: Show host Charlamagne then brought up the fact that when Tyga was on the show not too long ago, he said that he was just friends with Kylie, which of course is what he’s supposed to say to the media, to which Kanye jokingly responded with QUOTE – “I can’t speak on anybody’s relationship.” But Tyga sure can! Just this morning, he posted a picture of his new bae on Instagram with the caption – “Your beauty never goes unnoticed. One of the best/dopest person in my life.” Well hot damn, once you make your relationship public on Instagram these days, the deal is sealed. But making things slightly messy and this was about a week ago when Kanye’s ex Amber Rose stopped by the Breakfast Club and gave her two cents on Kylie’s love life. When asked about Tyga and Kylie’s relationship, Amber said QUOTE - “That’s ridiculous. He [Tyga] should be ashamed of himself. That’s how I feel. For sure.” Which then sparked a full on Twitter / Instagram war between Amber and Kylie’s big sis Khloe Kardashian – that is really its own story and there are a lot of details and let’s just say that people were put on blast – but for now the pitch forks have been lowered. So Kylie and Tyga are official now it seems! What do you guys think of these two together and how do you feel about Tyga being 25 while Kylie is 17? Sound off in the comment section below or tweet me @danawardonline… Also, don’t forget to subscribe and click right over here to check out a rundown of 11 of the most ridiculous moments from Keeping Up With the Kardashian


9. Worldvision Enterprises alt. logo (1988-B)

  • Duration: 4
  • Channel: shortfilms
Worldvision Enterprises alt. logo (1988-B)

From the 1971 TV special "A Christmas Carol" (recorded in 1990). I named it as an alternate version due to being sped up and the music being at a slightly lower pitch.


10. 2005 SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS LOST IN TIME SET OF 20 BURGER KING KIDS MEAL TOYS VIDEO REVIEW

  • Duration: 659
  • Channel: tv
2005 SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS LOST IN TIME SET OF 20 BURGER KING KIDS MEAL TOYS VIDEO REVIEW

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SpongeBob SquarePants is a cute sea sponge, but he is drawn to resemble a kitchen sponge, being rectangular and bright yellow with a dark brown outline. In earlier episodes, he is wider near the top and gets skinnier going further down, but in more recent episodes, he is more of a regular square shape. SpongeBob has large blue eyes, a long, slightly curved nose, a large mouth with two prominent front buck teeth, and dimples with three freckles on each cheek. He typically wears a white shirt with a red tie, black leather shoes with shoelaces, and brown rectangular pants with a black belt[e] (the entire outfit is sometimes referred to as his pants, hence his name). While working at the Krusty Krab, he wears a tall, white hat with a small blue anchor on it as a uniform. SpongeBob sometimes sleeps in his underwear, and at other times pajamas (beginning in Season 5). Though SpongeBob has always been voiced by Tom Kenny, his voice has changed over the course of the series; his voice is lower than normal in the pilot episode, [e] and after the movie, his voice gets slightly higher-pitched. And also, SpongeBob never passed Boating School.​​​\r
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11. An example of a PAL Super Mario Bros. game

  • Duration: 92
  • Channel: videogames
An example of a PAL Super Mario Bros. game

This is an example of what a PAL Super Mario Bros. game will be like. The music plays slower, and the pitch is slightly lower than the NTSC/North America version.


12. Patrick Star Hanging with Real Hummingbirds! SpongeBob Squarepants by HobbyKidsTV

  • Duration: 59
  • Channel: tv
Patrick Star Hanging with Real Hummingbirds! SpongeBob Squarepants by HobbyKidsTV

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13. Flocks of the Demoiselle Cranes at Khichan, Rajasthan

  • Duration: 64
  • Channel: animals
Flocks of the Demoiselle Cranes at Khichan, Rajasthan

The Demoiselle Crane, Anthropoides virgo, is a species of crane found in central Eurasia, ranging from the Black Sea to Mongolia and North Eastern China. There is also a small breeding population in Turkey. These cranes are migratory birds. Birds from western Eurasia will spend the winter in Africa whilst the birds from Asia, Mongolia and China will spend the winter in the Indian subcontinent. The bird is symbolically significant in the culture of North India and Pakistan, where it is known as the koonj. The Demoiselle is 85--100 cm (34--39 in) long, 76 cm (30 in) tall and has a 155--180 cm (61--71 in) wingspan. It weighs 2--3 kg (4.4--6.6 lbs). It is the smallest species of crane. The Demoiselle Crane is slightly smaller than the Common Crane but has similar plumage. It has a long white neck stripe and the black on the foreneck extends down over the chest in a plume. It has a loud trumpeting call, higher-pitched than the Common Crane. Like other cranes it has a dancing display, more balletic than the Common Crane, with less leaping. The Demoiselle Crane lives in a variety of different environments, including desert areas and numerous types of grasslands (flooded, mountain, temperate and tropical grassland) which are often within a few hundred metres of streams or lakes. However, when nesting, they prefer patchy areas of vegetation which is tall enough to conceal them and their nests, yet short enough to allow them look out for predators whilst incubating their eggs. Demoiselle Cranes have to take one of the toughest migrations in the world. In late August through September, they gather in flocks of up to 400 individuals and prepare for their flight to their winter range. During their migratory flight south, Demoiselles fly like all cranes, with their head and neck straight forward and their feet and legs straight behind, reaching altitudes of 16,000-26,000 feet (4,875-7,925 m). Along their arduous journey they have to cross the Himalayan mountains to get to their over-wintering grounds in India. Many die from fatigue, hunger and predation from birds such as eagles. Simpler, lower routes are possible, such as crossing the range via the Khyber Pass. However, their presently preferred route has been hard-wired by countless cycles of migration. At their wintering grounds, Demoiselles have been observed flocking with Common Cranes, their combined totals reaching up to 20,000 individuals. Demoiselles maintain separate social groups within the larger flock. In March and April, they begin their long spring journey back to their northern nesting grounds. In Khichan, Rajasthan in India, villagers feed the Cranes on their migration and these large congregations have become an annual spectacle. The Demoiselle Crane is evaluated as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA) applies. Source: Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.


14. Amazing Audio illusion

  • Duration: 10
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Amazing Audio illusion

Watch my other videos: http://www.dailymotion.com/maricv84 Listen to this video until the end, and when it stops, play it again to hear the difference, tune continue to "creep - up"... It will blow your mind! Just like there are optical illusions, there is also “audio illusion” or "acoustical illusion". This one is called Shepard Tone. When a number of octave notes are played at the same time, the average human ear will simply hear the one note, closest to the last pitched sound it heard, as opposed to differentiating and splitting that sound into its singular octave parts. The volume of the higher pitched tone slightly decreases and the lower pitched one increases over the scale, which is what makes the effect seem so seamless.


15. Demoiselle Cranes in Rajasthan

  • Duration: 65
  • Channel: travel
Demoiselle Cranes in Rajasthan

The Demoiselle Crane, Anthropoides virgo, is a species of crane found in central Eurasia, ranging from the Black Sea to Mongolia and North Eastern China. There is also a small breeding population in Turkey. These cranes are migratory birds. Birds from western Eurasia will spend the winter in Africa whilst the birds from Asia, Mongolia and China will spend the winter in the Indian subcontinent. The bird is symbolically significant in the culture of North India and Pakistan, where it is known as the koonj. The Demoiselle is 85--100 cm (34--39 in) long, 76 cm (30 in) tall and has a 155--180 cm (61--71 in) wingspan. It weighs 2--3 kg (4.4--6.6 lbs). It is the smallest species of crane. The Demoiselle Crane is slightly smaller than the Common Crane but has similar plumage. It has a long white neck stripe and the black on the foreneck extends down over the chest in a plume. It has a loud trumpeting call, higher-pitched than the Common Crane. Like other cranes it has a dancing display, more balletic than the Common Crane, with less leaping. The Demoiselle Crane lives in a variety of different environments, including desert areas and numerous types of grasslands (flooded, mountain, temperate and tropical grassland) which are often within a few hundred metres of streams or lakes. However, when nesting, they prefer patchy areas of vegetation which is tall enough to conceal them and their nests, yet short enough to allow them look out for predators whilst incubating their eggs. Demoiselle Cranes have to take one of the toughest migrations in the world. In late August through September, they gather in flocks of up to 400 individuals and prepare for their flight to their winter range. During their migratory flight south, Demoiselles fly like all cranes, with their head and neck straight forward and their feet and legs straight behind, reaching altitudes of 16,000-26,000 feet (4,875-7,925 m). Along their arduous journey they have to cross the Himalayan mountains to get to their over-wintering grounds in India. Many die from fatigue, hunger and predation from birds such as eagles. Simpler, lower routes are possible, such as crossing the range via the Khyber Pass. However, their presently preferred route has been hard-wired by countless cycles of migration. At their wintering grounds, Demoiselles have been observed flocking with Common Cranes, their combined totals reaching up to 20,000 individuals. Demoiselles maintain separate social groups within the larger flock. In March and April, they begin their long spring journey back to their northern nesting grounds. In Khichan, Rajasthan in India, villagers feed the Cranes on their migration and these large congregations have become an annual spectacle. The Demoiselle Crane is evaluated as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA) applies. Source: Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.


16. Wintering Demoiselle Cranes in arid north Indian fields

  • Duration: 81
  • Channel: travel
Wintering Demoiselle Cranes in arid north Indian fields

The Demoiselle Crane, Anthropoides virgo, is a species of crane found in central Eurasia, ranging from the Black Sea to Mongolia and North Eastern China. There is also a small breeding population in Turkey. These cranes are migratory birds. Birds from western Eurasia will spend the winter in Africa whilst the birds from Asia, Mongolia and China will spend the winter in the Indian subcontinent. The bird is symbolically significant in the culture of North India and Pakistan, where it is known as the koonj. The Demoiselle Crane is slightly smaller than the Common Crane but has similar plumage. It has a long white neck stripe and the black on the foreneck extends down over the chest in a plume. It has a loud trumpeting call, higher-pitched than the Common Crane. Like other cranes it has a dancing display, more balletic than the Common Crane, with less leaping. Demoiselle Cranes have to take one of the toughest migrations in the world. In late August through September, they gather in flocks of up to 400 individuals and prepare for their flight to their winter range. Along their arduous journey they have to cross the Himalayan mountains to get to their over-wintering grounds in India. Many die from fatigue, hunger and predation from birds such as eagles. Simpler, lower routes are possible, such as crossing the range via the Khyber Pass. However, their presently preferred route has been hard-wired by countless cycles of migration. At their wintering grounds, Demoiselles have been observed flocking with Common Cranes, their combined totals reaching up to 20,000 individuals. Demoiselles maintain separate social groups within the larger flock. The Demoiselle Crane is evaluated as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA) applies. Source: Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.


17. Demoiselle crane (Anthropoides virgo) inhabiting semi-arid region in India

  • Duration: 65
  • Channel: travel
Demoiselle crane (Anthropoides virgo) inhabiting semi-arid region in India

The Demoiselle Crane, Anthropoides virgo, is a species of crane found in central Eurasia, ranging from the Black Sea to Mongolia and North Eastern China. There is also a small breeding population in Turkey. These cranes are migratory birds. Birds from western Eurasia will spend the winter in Africa whilst the birds from Asia, Mongolia and China will spend the winter in the Indian subcontinent. The bird is symbolically significant in the culture of North India and Pakistan, where it is known as the koonj. The Demoiselle is 85--100 cm (34--39 in) long, 76 cm (30 in) tall and has a 155--180 cm (61--71 in) wingspan. It weighs 2--3 kg (4.4--6.6 lbs). It is the smallest species of crane. The Demoiselle Crane is slightly smaller than the Common Crane but has similar plumage. It has a long white neck stripe and the black on the foreneck extends down over the chest in a plume. It has a loud trumpeting call, higher-pitched than the Common Crane. Like other cranes it has a dancing display, more balletic than the Common Crane, with less leaping. The Demoiselle Crane lives in a variety of different environments, including desert areas and numerous types of grasslands (flooded, mountain, temperate and tropical grassland) which are often within a few hundred metres of streams or lakes. However, when nesting, they prefer patchy areas of vegetation which is tall enough to conceal them and their nests, yet short enough to allow them look out for predators whilst incubating their eggs. Demoiselle Cranes have to take one of the toughest migrations in the world. In late August through September, they gather in flocks of up to 400 individuals and prepare for their flight to their winter range. During their migratory flight south, Demoiselles fly like all cranes, with their head and neck straight forward and their feet and legs straight behind, reaching altitudes of 16,000-26,000 feet (4,875-7,925 m). Along their arduous journey they have to cross the Himalayan mountains to get to their over-wintering grounds in India. Many die from fatigue, hunger and predation from birds such as eagles. Simpler, lower routes are possible, such as crossing the range via the Khyber Pass. However, their presently preferred route has been hard-wired by countless cycles of migration. At their wintering grounds, Demoiselles have been observed flocking with Common Cranes, their combined totals reaching up to 20,000 individuals. Demoiselles maintain separate social groups within the larger flock. In March and April, they begin their long spring journey back to their northern nesting grounds. In Khichan, Rajasthan in India, villagers feed the Cranes on their migration and these large congregations have become an annual spectacle. The Demoiselle Crane is evaluated as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA) applies. Source: Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.


18. The grand Demoiselle Crane spectacle at Khichan

  • Duration: 62
  • Channel: animals
The grand Demoiselle Crane spectacle at Khichan

The Demoiselle Crane, Anthropoides virgo, is a species of crane found in central Eurasia, ranging from the Black Sea to Mongolia and North Eastern China. There is also a small breeding population in Turkey. These cranes are migratory birds. Birds from western Eurasia will spend the winter in Africa whilst the birds from Asia, Mongolia and China will spend the winter in the Indian subcontinent. The bird is symbolically significant in the culture of North India and Pakistan, where it is known as the koonj. The Demoiselle is 85--100 cm (34--39 in) long, 76 cm (30 in) tall and has a 155--180 cm (61--71 in) wingspan. It weighs 2--3 kg (4.4--6.6 lbs). It is the smallest species of crane. The Demoiselle Crane is slightly smaller than the Common Crane but has similar plumage. It has a long white neck stripe and the black on the foreneck extends down over the chest in a plume. It has a loud trumpeting call, higher-pitched than the Common Crane. Like other cranes it has a dancing display, more balletic than the Common Crane, with less leaping. The Demoiselle Crane lives in a variety of different environments, including desert areas and numerous types of grasslands (flooded, mountain, temperate and tropical grassland) which are often within a few hundred metres of streams or lakes. However, when nesting, they prefer patchy areas of vegetation which is tall enough to conceal them and their nests, yet short enough to allow them look out for predators whilst incubating their eggs. Demoiselle Cranes have to take one of the toughest migrations in the world. In late August through September, they gather in flocks of up to 400 individuals and prepare for their flight to their winter range. During their migratory flight south, Demoiselles fly like all cranes, with their head and neck straight forward and their feet and legs straight behind, reaching altitudes of 16,000-26,000 feet (4,875-7,925 m). Along their arduous journey they have to cross the Himalayan mountains to get to their over-wintering grounds in India. Many die from fatigue, hunger and predation from birds such as eagles. Simpler, lower routes are possible, such as crossing the range via the Khyber Pass. However, their presently preferred route has been hard-wired by countless cycles of migration. At their wintering grounds, Demoiselles have been observed flocking with Common Cranes, their combined totals reaching up to 20,000 individuals. Demoiselles maintain separate social groups within the larger flock. In March and April, they begin their long spring journey back to their northern nesting grounds. In Khichan, Rajasthan in India, villagers feed the Cranes on their migration and these large congregations have become an annual spectacle. The Demoiselle Crane is evaluated as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA) applies. Source: Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.


19. Demoiselle Cranes making loud and raucous sounds!

  • Duration: 69
  • Channel: travel
Demoiselle Cranes making loud and raucous sounds!

The Demoiselle Crane, Anthropoides virgo, is a species of crane found in central Eurasia, ranging from the Black Sea to Mongolia and North Eastern China. There is also a small breeding population in Turkey. These cranes are migratory birds. Birds from western Eurasia will spend the winter in Africa whilst the birds from Asia, Mongolia and China will spend the winter in the Indian subcontinent. The bird is symbolically significant in the culture of North India and Pakistan, where it is known as the koonj. The Demoiselle Crane is slightly smaller than the Common Crane but has similar plumage. It has a long white neck stripe and the black on the foreneck extends down over the chest in a plume. It has a loud trumpeting call, higher-pitched than the Common Crane. Like other cranes it has a dancing display, more balletic than the Common Crane, with less leaping. Demoiselle Cranes have to take one of the toughest migrations in the world. In late August through September, they gather in flocks of up to 400 individuals and prepare for their flight to their winter range. Along their arduous journey they have to cross the Himalayan mountains to get to their over-wintering grounds in India. Many die from fatigue, hunger and predation from birds such as eagles. Simpler, lower routes are possible, such as crossing the range via the Khyber Pass. However, their presently preferred route has been hard-wired by countless cycles of migration. At their wintering grounds, Demoiselles have been observed flocking with Common Cranes, their combined totals reaching up to 20,000 individuals. Demoiselles maintain separate social groups within the larger flock. The Demoiselle Crane is evaluated as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA) applies. Source: Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.


20. Is Your Speaking Voice Hurting Your Social Life How To Change Your Voice Corporate Speech Coaching

  • Duration: 233
  • Channel: lifestyle
Is Your Speaking Voice Hurting Your Social Life How To Change Your Voice Corporate Speech Coaching

Don't Let Your Speaking Voice Stand in Your Way What does your voice sound like? Probably not what you think. If you've ever heard a recording of yourself, you might not even have recognized it. But like it or not, that voice is what everyone else hears. A voice that's too shrill, or too loud, or too weak can drive people away not allowing them to hear what you have to say. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Use a High Register Those who speak in a lower register are more likely to succeed. Anyone, male or female, with a shrieking, squeaky voice is doomed to failure in the media. This is just as true in private life. To avoid having people tune you out, it's important to make every effort to lower the pitch of your voice. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Talk Through Your Nose Many people resonate their voices in the nasal cavity. Barring any physical abnormality, you can learn to correct this. Think of "placing" your voice low in the mouth when you speak. Relax your soft palate. Always take in enough air, and support your voice from the diaphragm. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Talk Too Loudly A loud voice can mean you're angry. It can mean you're strong and authoritative. It can even mean you're afraid. But if you constantly speak in a loud voice and never turn down the volume, it will only mean you're annoying. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Talk Too Softly There are times when a quiet tone of voice is appropriate. A softness to the pitch can signal intimacy and gentleness. But be careful; a speaking voice that is always very soft can signal weakness and fear. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Talk Too Slowly If you tend to speak just slightly slower than normal, it makes you sound deliberate and thoughtful. That's a good thing! But speaking much more slowly than normal will make you sound indifferent or stupid. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Talk Too Fast This is never good. People who speak too fast seem nervous or scatter-brained. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Talk in a Monotone If you're a Johnny-one-note, you'll put everyone to sleep! If you put variety into your speech, others will sit up and listen. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Talk at a Strange Pace If you pause at inappropriate places when you speak, you will sound confused and uncertain. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Breathe Incorrectly You can't speak pleasantly if you're taking wimpy breaths. Fill your lungs with air, and let your diaphragm support your spoken words. To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Use an Unflattering Accent It's a fact that most people don't think they have one! And let's face it: many are extremely charming but some have developed a bad rap! To Improve Your Speaking Voice, Don't Use an Inappropriate Tone Whatever your spoken words, their meaning will be canceled by the tone of your voice. It's the emotion behind the words that carries the message. Make sure that your tone matches your