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LA PALOMA-po polsku

Esteban - La Paloma - classical guitar - YouTube

La paloma (1959)

La Paloma - Julio Iglesias - lyrics - YouTube

Musette - Nicolas - La Paloma - YouTube

Joseph Schmidt - La Paloma - YouTube

Celino Romero plays La Paloma 1 - YouTube

presentation Bénédite de la Roncière

After a performance in Düsseldorf, Otto Dix, one of the grandees of the New Objectivity movement, painted a frightening portrait of the emaciated and delusional femme fatale. It would be a signature image of Anita Berber and the decadence of the era.

“By day the banished sun circles the earth like a grieving mother with a lamp.” - Cormac McCarthy, The Road (2006)

My Mother

“The clocks were striking midnight and the rooms were very still as a figure glided quietly from bed to bed, smoothing a coverlid here, settling a pillow there, and pausing to look long and tenderly at each unconscious face, to kiss each with lips that mutely blessed, and to pray the fervent prayers which only mothers utter." Louisa May Alcott, Little Women (1868)

“And all my mother came into mine eyes. And gave me up to tears.” - William Shakespeare, Henry V (1599)

King's Place © Nick White n Baroque Unwrapped, we’re going back to the original meaning of ‘Baroque’ – a large, outlandish, irregular pearl, which inspired fantasy and creativity in jewellers and goldsmiths. “The late 17th and early 18th centuries were a time of seismic change, particularly in Europe, but across the globe too. There was a huge increase in travel, a great cultural exchange, and music was increasingly cosmopolitan: even secluded in Germany, Bach was inspired by Vivaldi, Hand...

“One of the best and the most painful things about time traveling has been the opportunity to see my mother alive." - Audrey Niffenegger, The Time Traveler’s Wife (2003)

Stars align in New York to celebrate WB Yeats | Irish Examiner “Culture is such a force for us,” he said. “It’s what binds us together, in Australia or London or wherever. We have this ability to access these great poems and songs, many of which come from Yeats.”

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, c.1893. The life and love of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the 'Father of Glasgow'. The fire at The Glasgow School of Art in May 2014 destroyed the magnificent library, devastating devotees of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, particularly Glaswegians, who look on him as the ‘Father of Glasgow’. It did, however, introduce his work to a wider community, many of whom thought it was limited to jewellery and designs destined to appear on carrier bags and tea towels. In fact he d...

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Repurpose old t-shirts by making reusable bags from them. #upcycle