Copper alloy circular hanging bowl escutcheon, slightly curved or dished. The decoration consists of three crudely drawn slightly asymmetrical trumpet-spiral ‘peltae’, sharing a central spiral, reserved in a field of red enamel. At 3 mm inside the rim there is a deliberate hole, half of which pierces the thickened part of one of the outer trumpets, and the other half the enamelled field. The rim is damaged in three places. Perhaps as a result of wear the escutcheon is not truly circular.

Copper alloy circular hanging bowl escutcheon, slightly curved or dished. The decoration consists of three crudely drawn slightly asymmetrical trumpet-spiral ‘peltae’, sharing a central spiral, reserved in a field of red enamel. At 3 mm inside the rim there is a deliberate hole, half of which pierces the thickened part of one of the outer trumpets, and the other half the enamelled field. The rim is damaged in three places. Perhaps as a result of wear the escutcheon is not truly circular.

Teching cello vibrato to beginners Part II

Teching cello vibrato to beginners Part II

Painting: The Day of Atonement (1919) by Jacob Kramer depicts a gathering of Jewish men coming together for prayer to take part in Yom Kippur.  Its central themes are atonement and repentance.  Yom Kippur completes the annual period known in Judaism as the High Holy Days or Days of Awe.

Painting: The Day of Atonement (1919) by Jacob Kramer depicts a gathering of Jewish men coming together for prayer to take part in Yom Kippur. Its central themes are atonement and repentance. Yom Kippur completes the annual period known in Judaism as the High Holy Days or Days of Awe.

In the 1950s-1970s, no place was more open to experimental jazz than California; new instruments, new techniques and new sounds were the dominating forces in West Coast jazz.  Trumpeter, composer and bandleader Don Ellis (1934-1978) was part of that scene.  Ellis was known for his unusual and complex meters, amplified trumpet, electronic distortion, and quarter-tone melodic structures.  Ellis’ performances offer a glimpse of Ellis’ music and the West Coast jazz scene.

Don Ellis at the San Francisco Museum of Art : Free Streaming

In the 1950s-1970s, no place was more open to experimental jazz than California; new instruments, new techniques and new sounds were the dominating forces in West Coast jazz. Trumpeter, composer and bandleader Don Ellis (1934-1978) was part of that scene. Ellis was known for his unusual and complex meters, amplified trumpet, electronic distortion, and quarter-tone melodic structures. Ellis’ performances offer a glimpse of Ellis’ music and the West Coast jazz scene.

In the 1950s-1970s, no place was more open to experimental jazz than California; new instruments, new techniques and new sounds were the dominating forces in West Coast jazz.  Trumpeter, composer and bandleader Don Ellis (1934-1978) was part of that scene.  Ellis was known for his unusual and complex meters, amplified trumpet, electronic distortion, and quarter-tone melodic structures.  Ellis’ performances offer a glimpse of Ellis’ music and the West Coast jazz scene.

Don Ellis at Ellis Island (club) on the Sunset Strip : Free Download & Streaming

In the 1950s-1970s, no place was more open to experimental jazz than California; new instruments, new techniques and new sounds were the dominating forces in West Coast jazz. Trumpeter, composer and bandleader Don Ellis (1934-1978) was part of that scene. Ellis was known for his unusual and complex meters, amplified trumpet, electronic distortion, and quarter-tone melodic structures. Ellis’ performances offer a glimpse of Ellis’ music and the West Coast jazz scene.

In the 1950s-1970s, no place was more open to experimental jazz than California; new instruments, new techniques and new sounds were the dominating forces in West Coast jazz.  Trumpeter, composer and bandleader Don Ellis (1934-1978) was part of that scene.  Ellis was known for his unusual and complex meters, amplified trumpet, electronic distortion, and quarter-tone melodic structures.  Ellis’ performances offer a glimpse of Ellis’ music and the West Coast jazz scene.

Don Ellis Band, Chapman College : Free Streaming

In the 1950s-1970s, no place was more open to experimental jazz than California; new instruments, new techniques and new sounds were the dominating forces in West Coast jazz. Trumpeter, composer and bandleader Don Ellis (1934-1978) was part of that scene. Ellis was known for his unusual and complex meters, amplified trumpet, electronic distortion, and quarter-tone melodic structures. Ellis’ performances offer a glimpse of Ellis’ music and the West Coast jazz scene.

Viennese Bronze-mounted, Part Cold-painted, and Colorless Glass Centerpiece, late 19th/early 20th century.

Viennese Bronze-mounted, Part Cold-painted, and Colorless Glass Centerpiece, late 19th/early 20th century.

While hosta leaves are tender, meaning they die back where winters are cold, the plants are not delicate and will survive down to minus 40 degrees F, growing in the coldest parts of Minnesota (Zone 3) as well as in central Florida (USDA Hardiness Zone 9). They prefer moist, well-draining soil with a good amount of organic matter. It's hard to overwater hostas, but expect them to need about an inch of water each week during the hottest months. Generally easy to grow and disease resistant, ...

Grow a Lush Shade Garden With Hostas

While hosta leaves are tender, meaning they die back where winters are cold, the plants are not delicate and will survive down to minus 40 degrees F, growing in the coldest parts of Minnesota (Zone 3) as well as in central Florida (USDA Hardiness Zone 9). They prefer moist, well-draining soil with a good amount of organic matter. It's hard to overwater hostas, but expect them to need about an inch of water each week during the hottest months. Generally easy to grow and disease resistant, ...

angels trumpet  Botanical Name: 	Datura wrightii  Plant Type: 	Perennial  Plant Form: 	Spreading  Light Required: 	Full Sun, Partial Shade  Water Demand: 	Low, Medium  Plant Height (ft.): 	4'  Plant Spread (ft.): 	6'  Ornamental Value: 	White  Months Of Bloom: 	May - Nov  Native Texas Plant: 	Native  Deciduous/Evergreen: 	Deciduous  Wildlife Value: 	  Notes: 	Dramatic, fragrant night bloomer. All parts of plant are poisonous

angels trumpet Botanical Name: Datura wrightii Plant Type: Perennial Plant Form: Spreading Light Required: Full Sun, Partial Shade Water Demand: Low, Medium Plant Height (ft.): 4' Plant Spread (ft.): 6' Ornamental Value: White Months Of Bloom: May - Nov Native Texas Plant: Native Deciduous/Evergreen: Deciduous Wildlife Value: Notes: Dramatic, fragrant night bloomer. All parts of plant are poisonous

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