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Castles of England 1890-1900. Library of Congress

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Castles of England 1890-1900. Library of Congress


1. Castles of Scotland 1890-1900. Library of Congress
2. Castles of Wales 1890-1900. Library of Congress
3. Castles of France 1890-1900. Library of Congress
4. Castles of Bavaria and Thuringia 1890-1900. Library of Congress

 Castle, I., Ludlow, England

 Castle, II., Ludlow, England

 Castle, the chapel, Goodrich, England

 Castle, the octagonal tower, Goodrich, England

 Castle, the round tower, Goodrich, England

 Castle, the keep, Goodrich, England

 The castle from the bridge, Warwick, England

 The castle from the river, Warwick, England

 The castle, Warwick, England

 Allington Castle and River, near Maidstone, England

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 Appleby Castle, Lake District, England

 Berry Pomeroy Castle, Dartmouth, England

 Blackgate and Castle, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England

 Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire, England

 Caister Castle, Caister, [i.e., Caister-on-Sea], England

 Carisbrocke (i.e., Carisbrooke), the castle, Isle of Wight, England

Castle and church, Bude, Cornwall, England

 Castle Hill, Torrington, England

 Castle Rock in the Valley of Rocks, Lynton and Lynmouth, England

 Castle tower, Ross-on-Wye, England

 Castle, Carlisle, England

 Castle, Corfe Castle, England

 Castle, Pevensey, England

 Castletown, Rushen Castle, Isle of Man

 Cathedral from Castle Green, Hereford, England

 Derwentwater, from Castle Hill, Lake District, England

 Guernsey, the harbor from Castle Cary, Channel Islands

Hadleigh Castle, Southend-on-Sea, England

 Hopewell Hall and Castle Rest, Thousand Islands

 Jersey, Elizabeth Castle, St. Heliers, Channel Islands

 Jersey, Gorey and the castle, Channel Islands, England

 Jersey, Mont Orgueil Castle, Channel Islands, England

 Kingsgate Castle, Margate, England

 Kirkoswald Castle, near Lazonby, Lake District, England

 Mouth of the Dart with castle, Dartmouth, England

 Peel, general view of castle, Isle of Man

 Penshurst Castle, Tunbridge Wells, England





From a wise owl post

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From a wise owl post


Life advice from the symbol of wisdom-sova

Morning you need to be able to survive

Nothing so invigorates as a cold shower

 For health is incredibly useful yoga

Need to be able to like

What would I achieve

But, so as not to sit on your neck, you need to be able to show the character

Know yourself

And others

Defeat must be able to take with dignity

In the end, you can always say "oh, everything" and leave

In any incomprehensible situation - dance

When everyone has already got it - mimicry

You can use and improvised means

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ways superfluous

But never give up and do not give up

The most important thing in communication is the possession of artistic devices

So begging for a cookie

 So we pretend that it has nothing to do with

So - modest

And most importantly, we always remember that we are the most charming and attractive!

And all will be well!


Frederic Chopin

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A great romantic - Frederic Chopin

Chopin is one of the main representatives of romanticism in music. Never - neither before nor after Chopin - in his homeland, Poland, was born a musical genius of this level. His work is almost entirely pianistic. Although the rare composer's gift of Chopin could make him a wonderful symphonist, his delicate, self-contained nature was content with the framework of the chamber genre - apart from, of course, his two remarkable piano concerts. They wrote only 2 concerts for piano and orchestra (1829, 1830). They (especially the M-minor) became the highest achievement of Chopin's early work, reflected all the facets of the artistic world of the twenty-year-old composer. The elegiac lyrics are shone with the brilliance of virtuosity and in the spring light themes. Secret lyricism, profound psychologicality, subtlety in the transmission of moods, dreamy contemplation are the most important tendencies of musical romanticism.

The history of the creation of the piano concerto in F minor is very romantic. In 1829, the 19-year-old composer became acquainted with the young singer Constance Gladkovskaya. The concert was written under the charm of love for her. In a letter to his friend Wojciechowski, he confessed: "... I, unfortunately, unfortunately, already have my ideal, to which I am faithfully serving, without talking to him for six months already, which I dream about, whose recollection was Adagio of my concert. .. "Because of the loss of the concert by the publisher, it was published as No. 2, although, in essenc Vladimir Kush art

e, it is the first. The slow part of the concert is called the musical portrait of Constant Gladkovsky, but rather it is the embodiment of a dream of love. Love, which had no continuation. A year later Chopin left Poland for good because of revolutionary events, and Constance married and abandoned the singer's career. Before her death Gladkovskaya burned all the letters of Chopin. And only music remained of love. In the concert of Chopin lives an incredible wealth of emotions - melancholy and sensitivity are combined with sparks of joy, impulses and hopes. Brilliant piano technique seems absolutely natural, and the poetry and beauty of melodies do not get tired of surprising and admiring.

Chopin. Concert №2 in F minor

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