57:10 The Blaschkas from the Lampworker’s Perspective Corning Museum of Glass Eric Goldschmidt, Properties of Glass Supervisor at The Corning Museum of Glass and artist Wesley Fleming pair up to explore the lampworking techniques of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in this lecture and demonstration. Eric and Wes create glass sea creatures, both duplicating some of..
1:00:51 Sea Creatures in Glass (Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka ) Elizabeth R. Brill, Sea Creatures Preservation Specialist David O. Brown, Photographer and Filmmaker Gonzalo Giribet, Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology; Curator of Invertebrate Zoology, and Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University James Hanken,..
Then and Now: Vermont’s EV Story December 28, 2021 Imagine if Vermonters had only ever driven electric cars? The truth is, Vermont didn’t have electricity until 1905, and not until the 1960’s in rural areas. But in other parts of the country, EVs accounted for 1/3 of all the vehicles on the road. Electric cars..
Middlebury Union High School MUHS Athletics Schedule – Including COVID-19 Guidance for Athletes, Coaches, and Spectators
52:15 Franz Liszt Sonata B minor, S178 explained by Leslie Howard See also: – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwQxcL1rSQQ – Leslie Howard lecture/recital: Exploring Liszt at the piano lisztcompetition Liszt-expert Leslie Howard is discussing the most common performance mistakes of Franz Liszt’s most iconic work: The Sonata in B Minor, S178. A must-see lecture for all pianists! Commenter: “This..
4:55 Franz Liszt History (English) Paul Csige Background on composer and pianist Franz Liszt. See also “FRANZ LISZT: Enigmatic Genius”
25:03 | 25 Greatest Natural Wonders of the World – Travel Video 01:02 #25 Angel Falls 02:06 #24 Giant’s Causeway 03:18 #23 Na Pali Coast 04:35 #22 Mount Everest 05:30 #21 Pulpit Rock 06:52 #20 Wadi Rum 08:16 #19 Lake Baikal 09:46 #18 The Maldives 11:17 #17 Banff NP 12:47 #16 Salar de Uyuni 14:13..
1:30:25 Cruising Documentary – Queen’s Birthday Storm Comment: “Words fail me to express my appreciation for this wonderfully produced documentary. It demonstrates the best in humanity under stress. Will probably watch again. The only improvement would be to delete the “dramatic” music that shades the real drama of the radio transmissions.” Zoom Sails In June..
1:14:29 Gloucester’s Golden Age Of Fishing: Part 2 (1940 – 1955) A film by Jim LaBelle and Produced by Ron Gilson Ron Gilson 330 subscribers A film by Jim LaBelle and Produced by Ron Gilson, author of An Island No More The historic fishing industry of Gloucester Massachusetts detailed through local interviews, fascinating industry-related stories,..
57:01 Antietam Documentary narrated by James Earl Jones – Music by London Symphony Orchestra: Video shown at Antietam Visitor Center