HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA NEW SONG. HOCKEY NIGHT IN
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Hockey Night In Canada New Song
- Hockey Night in Canada (often abbreviated Hockey Night or HNIC) is a television broadcast of National Hockey League games in Canada, produced by CBC Sports.
- French name: Revolution tranquille a period during the 1960s in Quebec, marked by secularization, educational reforms, and rising support for separation from the rest of Canada
- In Canada, both uses of the term delicatessen are found. First-generation immigrants from Europe often use the term in a manner consistent with its original German meaning.
- "New" is a song by the rock band No Doubt, written by Tom Dumont and Gwen Stefani for the Go soundtrack (1999). It was later included on No Doubt's fourth studio album Return of Saturn (2000).
- "New Song" is the debut single by musician Howard Jones, released in September 1983. The song, from the album Human's Lib, reached number three on the UK Singles Chart. The single spent 20 weeks on the Top 75.
- A New Song is a pamphlet of poems, chants, ballads and songs published by the International Workers Order in 1938.
Spirit - A Journey in Dance, Drums and Song [VHS]
Weaving Native American mythology, music, dance, and rituals into a stage presentation augmented for television and home video, Spirit: A Journey in Dance, Drums, and Song sests a New World counterpart to Riverdance, aimed at the same audience that made Bill Whelan's Celtic extravaganza a programming staple for PBS fund drives and a perennial seller in music and home video.
Both projects also share substantial links to New Age music and mysticism. Buffett, who has focused on such a fusion in prior music, video, and multimedia projects, uses his core ensemble of synthesizers and conventional rhythm section to provide orchestral drama and sweep to the largely minor-keyed score. Native American flutes, percussion, and chant provide the music's evocative sense of identity, while Chief Hawk Pope's narration underlines the production's yearning for a simpler age of harmony with nature, while framing the dance sequences with various tribal legends.
As directed and choreographed by Wayne Cilento, the pieces pointedly begin with an "Urban Overture" in which members of the troupe, dressed in suits, evoke the regimentation and discord of the modern world, punctuated with chirping cell phones, car horns, and mechanical rhythms. Gradually, group and lead dancers loosen up both visually and stylistically to convey more fluid movement. In addition to those members combining ballet and jazz movements with elements of tribal dance, Cilento employs vividly costumed Native American dancers, much as Buffett strategically deploys costumed native musicians and chorus. Extensive use of montage allows natural symbols and scenes to be grafted over the stage-bound elements of the 75-minute performance. Ethnomusicologists may regard this as something of a pastiche, but that's probably the point--Spirit is designed as a romantic, pan-tribal evocation of the continent's pre-European culture and beliefs. --Sam Sutherland
Elora's historic Mill St. West waterfront buildings on the scenic Grand River in Ontario Canada
These 19th century limestone buildings back onto the Grand River waterfront and front on walking and shopping street Mill Street West in the picturesque heritage district in the village of Elora Ontario. They house a variety of unique shops, galleries, and eateries. At the foot of Mill St. West is the Elora Mill property.
Elora was once a bustling mill town powered by the force of the Grand River as it rushed down the Elora Falls into the Elora Gorge, Since the 1970s the village of Elora has attracted many artists, photographers, musicians, writers, chefs and creative independent shopkeepers and has many attractions - a renowned annual summer music festival, superb fly-fishing and hiking, a fall art studio tour, October food & film festival and "Monster Month", and year-round unique places to shop, to eat., and to stay. Elora is a 1 to 1-1/2 hour drive North-West of Toronto.
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