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This is the magic about African music, which is always there and only sometimes in other forms of music.
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Some things you just have to be born into.
Sona Jobarteh was born in 1983 into one of the five principal Kora-playing Griot families from West Africa — she is the first female professional Kora player to come from a Griot family a Griot is a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet, or musician and generally a repository of the culture.
She is the granddaughter of the Master Griot of his generation, Amadu Bansang Jobarteh, cousin of the well-known, celebrated Kora player Toumani Diabate as well as the sister of the renowned Diaspora Kora player Tunde Jegede — Wikipedia.
Yes, she was born into the tradition but grew up in Britain and has studied the Kora from the age of three.
She attended the Royal College of Music, where she studied cello, piano and harpsichord, and soon after went on to the Purcell School of Music to study composition.
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She is fluent in Manding, and, above all she is a master Kora player.
And one may ask, what is a Kora?
The skin is supported by two handles that run under it.
It has 21 strings, each playing a different note.
It supports a notched double free-standing bridge.
The strings run in two divided ranks, making it a double harp.
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The thumbs are used to pluck the strings while the remaining fingers hold the hand posts and secure the instrument.
Modern Koras made in the Casamance region of southern Senegal sometimes feature additional bass strings, adding up to four strings to the traditional 21.
Strings were traditionally made from thin strips of hide, for example antelope skin — now most strings are made from harp strings or nylon fishing line, sometimes plaited together to create thicker strings.
A vital accessory in the past was the nyenmyemo, a leaf-shaped plate of tin or brass with wire loops threaded around the edge.
Clamped to the bridge, it produced sympathetic sounds, serving as an amplifier since the sound carried well in the open air.
By moving leather tuning rings up and down the neck, a Kora player can retune the instrument into one of four seven-note scales.
These scales are close in tuning to western major, minor and Lydian modes.
Below are two short videos with Sona playing a traditional Kora with leather tuning straps followed by one where she uses the more modern version utilizing Guitar tuning gears.
This following video is from a longer concert…….
His home base was in Wales.
I never thought of Wales as the center of British pop culture but he assured me that it was the perfect place to call home.
A significant number of major British population centers are only a couple of hours away by car.
In any given week he could play as many gigs as he liked without the risk of saturating his audience with too many repeat performances.
In terms of numbers he had access to a huge audience.
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The bonus is the ability to have a normal family life style.
For variety he could hop on a plane and do short tours into the major population centers of Holland, Germany or Denmark and not be away from home for any extended periods.
By and large Canadian performers are not so lucky.
By comparison the distances between population centers are huge, weather conditions forbidding and audience numbers small by comparison.
Financial compensations often barely cover expenses and with all the touring family life must take a beating.
Case in point is this current tour by Elizabeth Shepherd vocals and pianoMichael Occhipinti guitarMark Nelson drums and Jon Wielebnowski electric Bass guitar.
To play the gig in Cranbrook they left Chilliwack first thing in the morning, drove all day, performed that night, then onto Calgary next day to catch planes back to Toronto and Montreal.
Both Elizabeth and Michael are heavy hitters on the Canadian music scene.
Both have numerous academic qualifications, awards and Juno nominations.
Michael is from Toronto and Elizabeth is from Montreal and both performers spend the better part of their life on tour.
Mark is from Montreal and Jon is from Calgary.
This current two week Western Canadian tour included a dozen back to back gigs.
The drummer Mike Nelson is from Montreal and it was obvious from the first down beat that he is a well schooled musician.
He obtained his University Music degree in New Zealand and with his deft use of brushes, sticks, shakers and mallets he comes across as a serious percussionist.
It is all a very controlled dynamic sonic landscape supporting the two soloists.
This is his first significant tour.
As an aside, every time I hear that song I think of the 1982 film The Year of Living Dangerously, staring Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver and the brilliant Linda Hunt ……a must see film set in Indonesia in 1965.
In an ironical twist a deer wander by the window almost on queue.
A movie script writer could not have written a better scene.
Her supporting musicians are masters in their own right.
He is a very, very tasty player.
As I said above, the bass player Jon Wielebnowki is the new kid on the block and looks like he is fresh out of high school.
This is his first tour.
He was rock solid the whole evening.
Here are some images from the evening…….
Last, and not least, thanks must go to the management and staff of The HeidOut Restaurant for their fine food, refreshments and their support of live music.
Also the fine contributions of local promoter Louie Cupello for his unending efforts to bring live music to the area.
The manager is a keen supporter of live music and on most Thursday evenings 6-9pm there are live musical events.
A favorite event is the open mic hosted by Keith Larsen every first Thursday of the month.
Recently Thursday, June 20th, 2019Lonesome Jim aka James Neve performed two sets featuring his vocals accompanied by his stellar acoustic 6 string and 12 guitar pickings.
Never one to stand still for too long he was sporting his new and improved persona.
The looks may change but the performance, as always, was stellar.
Here are couple of photos of the new Lonesome Jim.
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Douglas Francis Mitchell is an East Kootenay singer song writer with, to my knowledge, well over a hundred songs in his repertoire.
There are new songs rolling off his counter top each day.
He is a topical song writer with a great belief in the need for artists to dip into what they know best.
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That sentiment is long gone and there is much more weighty and comedic material around to feed his creative impulses.
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One of his most recent efforts is Better get Used to It.
This came about in response to the devastating fires of last summer.
Doug sings and plays guitar, Rod Wilson provides the percussion and the sound effects.
The fiddle playing and back up vocals are by Ally Blake.
Murray Hayward created the video…… Posted in TaggedWell known and appreciated local Kimberley pianist passed away this past week and he will be sorely missed.
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The pedal steel guitarist Dan Beller-McKenna Victor left his home back East to catch the early flight from Boston to land in Check this out at two in the afternoon.
There was time to hook up with Victor and a cadre of Calgary musicians to play an engagement that night.
For Saturday it was the drive down to Kimberley for the concert then on Sunday the drive back to Calgary to catch another flight back to Boston in time for the working week.
For the Kimberley concert the collective was called Dead Flowers and consisted of Victor Coelho Guitar and VocalsDan Beller-McKenna on Pedal Steel Guitar; Tommy Knowles Calgary Bass Guitar; Dave Morton Calgary Guitars and Vocals; Kenton McDonald Calgary Drums.
This was not a Tribute Band.
For them it was just an opportunity to explore the repertoire and musical associations of the Rolling Stones.
There was some Buck Owens Country music in the mix and, of course, the country music Classic Wild Horses.
We sometimes forget that this song is an original by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Here are some images from another fine concert at the Studio 64 in Kimberley.
Once again thanks must got to the organizing committee, the volunteers and the sponsors that make this wonderful series available to the people of Kimberley.
A little side note — The music was straight ahead rock and roll but the two East Coast musicians have credentials that go way beyond the genre.
Dan Bella-McKenna looked like an academic and, in reality he Teaches the history of Classical Music at the University of New Hampshire.
He has a special interest in the Classical Music of the eighteenth and nineteen century.
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What other reason could you have to play that music?
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That era was a hot bed of musical innovation for acoustic guitar players.
Guitarists of today probably do not realize the extent of the volatility of the acoustic guitar scene of that era.
At that time acoustic guitarists were very fortunate to be exposed to the increased availability of recorded material, a huge number of touring folk musician legends, and a steady improvement in the quality of acoustic instruments.
The acceptance of the guitar into the traditional folk scene was not immediate.
The guitar was then considered foreign to the unaccompanied vocal traditions that were prevalent in the British folk clubs.
Innovators of the day included Davey Graham the inventor of DADGAD tuningNic Jones, Martin Carthy, Bert Jansch and of course John Renbourn.
Most of the innovators have gone and the only one still playing at the peak of his powers is probably Martin Carthy.
Nic Jones is till alive but still suffering the effects of a catastrophic car accident.
On March 26, 2015 at the age of 70 years John Renbourn passed away.
I was very fortunate to be in Banff on Thursday, September 26, 2001.
I was coming off a back packing trip to Mount Assiniboine when I spotted a poster for a concert by John Renbourn at the Banff Centre.
I was fortunate enough to land a seat no more than six feet away from John.
I had smuggled in my camera and I managed to snap some illegal photos right at the end of the show.
That was just before I was nailed by the usher.
It was a small price to pay for the opportunity.
Apart from the music the thing that struck me most about this master musician was how old looked.
He did have a reputation for living hard and it showed when he shuffled on stage, sat down and had to physically read more his one leg across his knee to support his guitar.
It was a memorable concert and one that has come flooding back after viewing this attached video.
I think the video speaks for itself.
Clive Carroll is a name that is new to me but obviously one deserving of attention.
His playing ranks right up there with other modern masters and I am looking forward to hearing more of his work.
Also here is a video of John performing one of his iconic master pieces — SWEET POTATO After viewing the videos I went looking for the photos I took on that night to add to this blog.
They are buried deep in the masses of photos I have taken over the years and I have not been able to find them.
But all was not lost.
I did a search on the internet and lo and behold I came up with a link to my original article written at the time.
So here are the photos …… All in all it has been a nice reminder that there is more to guitar playing than strumming three chords.
Posted inI arrived in British Columbia, Canada in 1971, fell in love, got married and briefly moved to Halifax.
While down East it was almost impossible to avoid the Celtic influence in Maritime music.
Often the composer of Folk Songs are not known but in the case of Peter Emberley we know it was written by a Boiesetown, New Brunswick farmer named John Calhoun.
The song is the story of a young man born in 1863 in Alberton, Prince Edward Island.
In 1880 when he was seventeen he left Alberton to find work as a lumberman in the New Brunswick woods of the valley of the South West Miramichi.
For over a century the song has been sung throughout Atlantic Canada and in the lumber camps of Ontario and it has kept alive the memory and story of Peter Emberley.
The melody is a variant of a popular Irish Ballad.
The song spread further afield when Bob Dylan made free use of it in his Ballad of Donald White.
As a side note my paternal grandfather was killed in a similar accident in far away Australia in the early part of the 20th century so https://spin-top-deposit-casinos.site/1/1175.html song has a particular resonance for me.
My father was five years old at the time and I never got to know my grandfather.
The melody is a variant of a traditional Irish ballad and there a multitude of lyrics and versions out there but it is not well known around this area.
May be it is time to change that.
Here are a couple of versions of the song.
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Three years before, Rwanda had decided to make preventing cervical cancer a health priority.
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This was the first time an African country had embarked on a national prevention programme for cervical cancer.
Could Rwanda become the first country in Africa to eliminate it?
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Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in Rwandan women, and there were considerable cultural barriers to the vaccination programme — HPV is a sexually transmitted infection and talking about sex is taboo in Rwanda.
Added to this, rumours that the vaccine could cause infertility made some parents reluctant to allow their daughters to be vaccinated.
After the 1994 genocide, it was ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world.
Worldwide, cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women.
There were an estimated 570,000 new cases in 2018 — and over 310,000 deaths, the vast majority in low- and middle-income countries.
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More than 800,000 people died in the Rwandan genocide, and its widespread destruction left the country devastated.
Coverage of most World Health Organization-recommended childhood vaccinations plummeted to below 25 per cent.
But within 20 years, the number of babies in Rwanda receiving all recommended vaccinations, such as polio, measles and rubella, had increased to around 95 per cent.
The Rwandan government had demonstrated the determination and thoroughness of its approach to vaccinations.
Could it now have the same success with HPV?
Before the HPV vaccine arrived in Kanyirabanyana, 63-year-old Michel Ntuyahaga, a community health worker, spent weeks canvassing his village, going to each of the 127 mud-brick houses to inform source about the upcoming vaccination campaign.
Constantine Nyiransengiyera has been a primary school teacher in Kanyirabanyana for the past 13 years.
In addition to teaching maths, science, French and English, she was — and continues to be — responsible for gathering all the 12-year-old girls at the local school to educate them about the HPV vaccine.
The same awareness campaign was taking place around the country — Rwanda has a network of 45,000 community health workers, volunteers who are present in every village.
Bugesera is a district in the Eastern Province, not far from the border with Burundi.
Billboards line roads through the district, advertising soft drinks alongside public health messages.
Toddlers roll tyres down the red-earth roads, teenagers carry handfuls of firewood on their heads, and adults herd cows and goats.
In 2013, the then 12-year-old Ernestine Muhoza was vaccinated against HPV at her school.
The Rwandan government had demonstrated the determination and thoroughness of its approach to vaccinations.
Could it now have the same success with HPV?
But not every parent did.
Why, they wondered, would their girls be getting vaccinated now, at this age?
And rumour had it that the vaccine would make girls infertile.
Community health worker Odette Mukarumongi worked tirelessly in Karambi to counteract the rumours.
Today, she says, parents rarely refuse, now that they can see the widespread acceptance of it in the community.
It was also about the trust the community has in the government.
That was really important — the community knows that we do not bring things that are not good for them.
But, of course, as the HPV vaccine was a new vaccine for a new target group there were many questions.
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This has resulted in the vaccine being linked with promiscuity — a belief that vaccinating young girls against an STI sexualises them and encourages sexual activity.
There is no evidence that boys or girls who receive the vaccine have sex earlier than those who do not have the vaccine.
But this concern is one of the reasons that India — a country where more than 67,000 women die from cervical cancer every year — has refused to introduce HPV vaccine into its routine immunisation programme.
They fear that girls will see more promiscuous.
This misinformation has spread rapidly, worldwide, on social media.
Coverage has also dropped in parts of Europe, such as Denmark.
In Ireland, conversely, a targeted social media campaign is reversing a sharp decline in the HPV vaccination rate.
Peter Hotez, a vaccine scientist and dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, agrees that there is a problem in the fears that the vaccine sexualises young girls.
I worry that we will start to export this garbage and it will impact vaccine uptake in Africa.
He is the former chief public health and science officer at Merck who was involved with the Rwanda programme.
It sought to communicate that the vaccine is here to protect young women from cervical cancer.
We rather focused on the side-effects of cervical cancer: that it can cause infertility.
It has turned cervical cancer into an STI, which it is, of course, but we have to be careful.
There is a right messaging for every country.
Now we just talk about it as a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
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Rwanda is an incredible country in its commitment to national health.
A major issue, they contended, was that while the burden of cervical cancer in the region was substantial, there were far more pressing diseases to vaccinate against, such as tetanus and measles.
When the possibility of prevention exists, writing off women to die of cancer solely because of where they are born is a violation of human rights.
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What we are doing annually is looking at how we can plan for the next three years.
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As a multicultural ethnic percussionist, I have come to understand that this fundamental element, the groove, is the essence of African music, because it IS in every instrument, including the voice.
Western music may have lost its grove but the groove is still out there in …… Africa.
Some things you just have to be born into.
Sona Jobarteh was born in 1983 into one of the five principal Kora-playing Griot families from West Africa — she is the first female professional Kora player to come from a Griot family a Griot is a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet, or musician and generally a repository of the culture.
She is the granddaughter of the Master Griot of his generation, Amadu Bansang Jobarteh, cousin of the well-known, celebrated Kora player Toumani Diabate as well as the sister of the renowned Diaspora Kora player Tunde Jegede — Wikipedia.
Yes, she was born into the tradition but grew up in Britain and has studied the Kora from the age of three.
She attended the Royal College of Music, where she studied cello, piano and harpsichord, and soon after went on to the Purcell School of Music to study composition.
She also completed a degree at SOAS, University of London.
She is fluent in Manding, and, above all she is a master Kora player.
And one may ask, what is a Kora?
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The thumbs are used to pluck the strings while the remaining fingers hold the hand posts and secure the instrument.
Modern Koras made in the Casamance region of southern Senegal sometimes feature additional bass strings, adding up to four strings to the traditional 21.
Strings were traditionally made from thin strips of hide, for example antelope skin — now most strings are made from harp strings or nylon fishing line, sometimes plaited together to create thicker strings.
A vital accessory in the past was the nyenmyemo, a leaf-shaped plate of tin or brass with wire loops threaded around the edge.
Clamped to the bridge, it produced sympathetic sounds, serving as an amplifier since the sound carried well in the open air.
By moving leather tuning rings up and down the neck, a Kora player can retune the instrument into one of four seven-note scales.
These scales are close in tuning to western major, minor and Lydian modes.
Below are two short videos with Sona playing a traditional Kora with leather tuning straps followed by one where she uses the more modern version utilizing Guitar tuning gears.
This following video is from a longer concert…….
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In any given week he could play as many gigs as he liked without the risk of saturating his audience with too many repeat performances.
In terms of numbers he had access to a huge audience.
Financial compensations were enough to cover expenses and provide for a reasonable income.
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By and large Canadian performers are not so lucky.
By comparison the distances between population centers are huge, weather conditions forbidding and audience numbers small by comparison.
Financial compensations often barely cover expenses and with all the touring family life must take a beating.
Case in point is continue reading current tour by Elizabeth Shepherd vocals and pianoMichael Occhipinti guitarMark Nelson drums and Jon Wielebnowski electric Bass guitar.
To play the gig in Cranbrook they left Chilliwack first thing in the morning, drove all day, performed that night, then onto Calgary next day to catch planes back to Toronto and Montreal.
Both Elizabeth and Michael are heavy hitters on the Canadian music scene.
Both have numerous academic qualifications, awards and Juno nominations.
Michael is from Toronto and Elizabeth is from Montreal and both performers spend the better part of their life on tour.
Mark is from Montreal and Jon is from Calgary.
This current two week Western Canadian tour included think, 無料カジノ sorry dozen back to back gigs.
The drummer Mike Nelson is from Montreal and it was obvious from the first down beat that he is a well schooled musician.
He obtained his University Music degree in New Zealand and with his deft use of brushes, sticks, shakers and mallets he comes across as a serious percussionist.
It is all a very controlled dynamic sonic landscape supporting the two soloists.
This is his first significant tour.
As an aside, every time I hear that song I think of the 1982 film The Year of Living Dangerously, staring Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver and the brilliant Linda Hunt ……a must see film set in Indonesia in 1965.
In an ironical twist a deer wander by the window almost on queue.
A movie script writer could not have written a better scene.
Her supporting musicians are masters in their own right.
He is a very, very tasty player.
As I said above, the bass player Jon Wielebnowki is the new kid on the block and looks like he is fresh out of high school.
This is his first tour.
He was rock solid the whole evening.
Here are some images from the evening…….
Last, and not least, thanks must go to the management and staff of The HeidOut Restaurant for their fine food, refreshments and their support of live music.
Also the fine contributions of local promoter Louie Cupello for his unending efforts to bring live music to the area.
The manager is a keen supporter of live music and on most Thursday evenings 6-9pm there are live musical events.
A favorite event is the open mic hosted by Keith Larsen every first Thursday of the month.
Recently Thursday, June 20th, 2019Lonesome Jim aka James Neve performed two sets featuring his vocals accompanied more info his stellar acoustic 6 string and 12 guitar link />Never one to stand still for too long he was sporting his new and improved persona.
The looks may change but the performance, as always, was stellar.
Here are couple of photos of the new Lonesome Jim.
Posted in Tagged, This is a rare treat.
An opportunity to spread the word about an exceptional local talent.
Douglas Francis Mitchell is an East Kootenay singer song writer with, to my knowledge, well over a hundred songs in his repertoire.
There are new songs rolling off his counter top each day.
He is a topical song writer with a great belief in the need for artists to dip into what they know best.
That is, the personal experiences, the work environments, and the relationships in the world that surrounds us.
Nor does he write songs full of youthful angst.
That sentiment is long gone and there is much more weighty and comedic material around to feed his creative impulses.
What he does write are clear and honest songs about events and personalities that inhabit our world.
One of his most recent efforts is Better get Used to It.
This came about in response to the devastating fires of last summer.
Doug sings and plays guitar, Rod Wilson provides the percussion and the sound effects.
The fiddle here and back up vocals are by Ally Blake.
Murray Hayward created the video…… Posted in TaggedWell known and appreciated local Kimberley pianist passed away this past week and he will be sorely missed.
Posted in Boston to Kimberley is a long way, but then again to travel from from Portugal to Goa, India, to Boston, to Calgary to Kimberley is even further.
Victor Coelho, the dusky lead guitarist and vocalist of the band Dead Flowers can trace his family connections all the way back over that route.
The pedal steel guitarist Dan Beller-McKenna Victor left his home back East to catch the early flight from Boston to land in Calgary at two in the afternoon.
There was time to hook up with Victor and a cadre of Calgary musicians to play an engagement that night.
For Saturday article source was the drive down to Kimberley for the concert then on Sunday the drive back to Calgary to catch another flight back to Boston in time for the working week.
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This was not a Tribute Band.
For them it was just an opportunity to explore the repertoire and musical associations of the Rolling Stones.
There was some Buck Owens Country music in the mix and, of course, the country music Classic Wild Horses.
We sometimes forget that this song is an original by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Here are some images from another fine concert at the Studio 64 in Kimberley.
Once again thanks must got to the organizing committee, the volunteers and the sponsors that make this wonderful series available to the people of Kimberley.
A little side note — The music was straight ahead rock and roll but the two East Coast musicians have credentials that go way beyond the genre.
Dan Bella-McKenna looked like an academic and, in reality he Teaches the history of Classical Music at the University of New Hampshire.
He has a special interest in the Classical Music of the eighteenth and nineteen century.
The obvious question is why the music of The Rolling Stones?
What other reason could you have to play that music?
He has a special interest in Early Italian Music, performs and teaches Lute and has recorded and written extensively on his subjects of interest.
Posted in John Renbourn.
Not exactly a household name in 2019 but back in the day mid-1960shis name was synonymous with the innovations in Acoustic Finger Picking guitar styles.
That era was a hot bed of musical innovation for acoustic guitar players.
Guitarists of today probably do not realize the extent of the volatility of the acoustic guitar scene of that era.
At that time acoustic guitarists were very fortunate to be exposed to the increased availability of recorded material, a huge number of touring folk musician legends, and a steady improvement in the please click for source of acoustic instruments.
The acceptance of the guitar into the traditional folk scene was not immediate.
The guitar was then considered foreign to the unaccompanied vocal traditions that were prevalent in the British folk clubs.
Innovators of the day included Davey Graham the inventor of DADGAD tuningNic Jones, Martin Carthy, Bert Jansch and of course John Renbourn.
Most of the innovators have gone and the only one still playing at the peak of his powers is probably Martin Carthy.
Nic Jones is till alive but still suffering the effects of a catastrophic car accident.
On March 26, 2015 at the age of 70 years John Renbourn passed away.
I was very fortunate to be in Banff on Thursday, September 26, 2001.
I was coming off a back packing trip to Mount Assiniboine when I spotted a poster for a concert by John Renbourn at the Banff Centre.
I was fortunate enough to land a seat no more than six feet away from John.
I had smuggled in my camera and I managed to snap some illegal photos right at the end of the show.
That was just before I was nailed by the usher.
It was a small price to pay for the opportunity.
Apart from the music the thing that struck me most about this master musician was how old looked.
He did have a reputation for living hard and it showed when he shuffled on stage, sat down and had to physically hoist his one leg across his knee to support his guitar.
It was a memorable concert and one that has come flooding back after viewing this attached read more />I think the video speaks for itself.
Clive Carroll is a name that is new to me but obviously one deserving of attention.
His playing ranks right up there with other modern masters and I am looking forward to hearing more of his work.
Also here is a video of John performing one of his iconic master pieces — SWEET POTATO After viewing the videos I went looking for the photos I took on that night to add to this blog.
They are buried deep in the masses of photos I have taken over the years and I have not been able to find them.
But all was not lost.
I did a search on the internet and lo and behold I came up with a link to my original article written at the time.
So here are the photos …… All in all it has been a nice reminder that there is more to guitar playing than strumming three chords.
Posted inI arrived in British Columbia, Canada in 1971, fell in love, got married and briefly moved to Halifax.
While down East it was almost impossible to avoid the Celtic influence in Maritime music.
Often the composer of Folk Songs are not known but in the case of Peter Emberley we know it was written by a Boiesetown, New Brunswick farmer named John Calhoun.
The song is the story of a young man born in 1863 in Alberton, Prince Edward Island.
In 1880 when he was seventeen he left Alberton to find work as a lumberman in the New Brunswick woods of the valley of the South West Miramichi.
For over a century the song has been sung throughout Atlantic Canada and in the lumber camps of Ontario and it has kept alive the memory and story of Peter Emberley.
The melody is a variant of a popular Irish Ballad.
The song spread further afield when Bob Dylan made free use of it in his Ballad of Donald White.
As a side note my paternal grandfather was killed in a similar accident in far away Australia in the early part of the 20th century so the song has a particular resonance for me.
My father was five years old at the time and I never got to know my grandfather.
The melody is a variant of a traditional Irish ballad and there a multitude of lyrics and versions out there but it is not well known around this area.
May be it is time to change that.
Here are a couple of versions of the song.
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Toddlers roll tyres down the red-earth roads, teenagers carry handfuls of firewood on their heads, and adults herd cows and goats.
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It was also about the trust the community has in the government.
That was really important — the community knows that we do not bring things that are not good for them.
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The vaccine is recommended for girls, and in some countries for boys aged 12 to 13 too, because this is before sexual activity begins, bringing the risk of exposure to HPV.
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Sona Jobarteh was born in 1983 into one of the five principal Kora-playing Griot families from West Africa — she is the first female professional Kora player to come from a Griot family a Griot is a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet, or musician and generally a repository of the culture.
She is the granddaughter of the Master Griot of his generation, Amadu Bansang Jobarteh, cousin of the well-known, celebrated Kora player Toumani Diabate as well as the sister of the renowned Diaspora Kora player Tunde Jegede — Wikipedia.
Yes, read article was born into the tradition but grew up in Britain and has studied the Kora from the age of three.
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She also completed a degree at SOAS, University of London.
She is fluent in Manding, and, above all she is a master Kora player.
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These scales are close in tuning to western major, minor and Lydian modes.
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His home base was in Wales.
I never thought of Wales as the center of British pop culture but he assured me that it was the perfect place to call home.
A significant number of major British population centers are only a couple of hours away by car.
In any given week he could play as many gigs as he liked without the risk of saturating his audience with too many repeat performances.
In terms of numbers he had access to a huge audience.
Financial compensations were enough to cover expenses and provide for a reasonable income.
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For variety he could hop on a plane and do short tours into the major population centers of Holland, Germany or Denmark and not be away from home for any extended periods.
By and large Canadian performers are not so サウスパーク10ゲーム />By comparison the distances between population centers are huge, weather conditions forbidding and audience numbers small by comparison.
Financial compensations often barely cover expenses and with all the touring family life must take a beating.
Case in point is this current tour by Elizabeth Shepherd vocals and pianoMichael Occhipinti guitarMark Nelson drums and Jon Wielebnowski electric Bass guitar.
To play the gig in Cranbrook they left Chilliwack first thing in the morning, drove all day, performed that night, then onto Calgary next day to catch planes back to Toronto and Montreal.
Both Elizabeth and Michael are heavy hitters on the Canadian music scene.
Both have numerous academic qualifications, awards and Juno nominations.
Michael is from Toronto and Elizabeth is from Montreal and both performers spend the better part of their life on tour.
Mark is from Montreal and Jon is from Calgary.
This current two week Western Canadian tour included a dozen back to back gigs.
The drummer Mike Nelson is from Montreal and it was obvious from the first down beat that he is a well schooled musician.
He obtained his University Music degree in New Zealand and with his deft use of brushes, sticks, shakers and mallets he comes across as a serious percussionist.
It is all a very controlled dynamic sonic landscape supporting the two soloists.
This is his first significant tour.
As an aside, every time I hear that song I think of the 1982 film The Year of Living Dangerously, staring Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver and the brilliant Linda Hunt ……a must see film set in Indonesia in 1965.
In an ironical twist a deer wander by the window almost on queue.
A movie script writer could not have written a better scene.
Her supporting musicians are masters in their own right.
He is a very, very tasty player.
As I said above, the bass player Jon Wielebnowki is the new kid on the block and looks like he is fresh out of high school.
This is his first tour.
He was rock solid the whole evening.
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The manager is a keen supporter of live music and on most Thursday evenings 6-9pm there are live musical events.
A favorite event is the open mic hosted by Keith Larsen every first Thursday of the month.
Recently Thursday, June 20th, 2019Lonesome Jim aka James Neve performed two sets featuring his vocals accompanied by his stellar acoustic go here string and 12 guitar pickings.
Never one to stand still for too long he was sporting his new and improved persona.
The looks may change but the performance, as always, was stellar.
Here are couple of photos of the new Lonesome Jim.
Posted in Tagged, This is a rare treat.
An opportunity to spread the word about an exceptional local talent.
Douglas Francis Mitchell is an East Kootenay singer song writer with, to my knowledge, well over a hundred songs in his repertoire.
There are new songs rolling off his counter top each day.
He is a topical song writer with a great belief in the need for artists to dip into what they know best.
That is, the personal experiences, the work environments, and the relationships in the world that surrounds us.
Nor does he write songs full of youthful angst.
That sentiment is long gone and there is much more weighty and comedic material around to feed his creative impulses.
What he does write are clear and honest songs about events and personalities that inhabit our world.
One of his most recent efforts is Better get Used to It.
This came about in response to the devastating fires of last summer.
Doug sings and plays guitar, Rod Wilson 無料のリアルマネーゲーム the percussion and the sound effects.
The fiddle playing and back up vocals are by Ally Blake.
Murray Hayward created the video…… Posted in TaggedWell known and appreciated local Kimberley pianist passed away this past week and he will be sorely missed.
Posted in Boston ポーカーカジノドーヴィル Kimberley is a long way, but then again to travel from from Portugal to Goa, India, to Boston, to Calgary to Kimberley is even further.
Victor Coelho, the dusky lead guitarist and vocalist of the band Dead Flowers can trace his family connections all the way back over that route.
The pedal steel guitarist Dan Beller-McKenna Victor left his home back East to catch the early flight from Boston to land in Calgary at two in the afternoon.
There was time to hook up with Victor and a cadre of Calgary musicians to play an engagement that night.
For Saturday it was the drive down to Kimberley for the concert then on Sunday the drive back to Calgary to catch another flight back to Boston in time for the working week.
For the Kimberley concert the collective was called Dead Flowers and consisted of Victor Coelho Guitar and VocalsDan Beller-McKenna on Pedal Steel Guitar; Tommy Knowles Calgary Bass Guitar; Dave Morton Calgary Guitars and Vocals; Kenton McDonald Calgary Drums.
This was not a Tribute Band.
For them it was just an opportunity to explore the repertoire and musical associations of the Rolling Stones.
There was some Buck Owens Country music in the mix and, of course, the country music Classic Wild Horses.
We sometimes forget that this song is an original by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Here are some images from another fine concert at the Studio 64 in Kimberley.
Once again thanks must got to the organizing committee, can より良いフリースロー射撃 final volunteers and the sponsors that make this wonderful series available to the people of Kimberley.
A little side note — The music was straight ahead rock and roll but the two East Coast musicians have credentials that go way beyond the genre.
Dan Bella-McKenna looked like an academic and, in reality he Teaches the history of Classical Music at the University of New Hampshire.
He has a special interest in the Classical Music of the eighteenth and nineteen century.
The obvious question is why the music of The Rolling Stones?
What other reason could you have to play that music?
He has a special interest in Early Italian Music, performs and teaches Lute and has recorded and written extensively on his subjects of interest.
Posted in John Renbourn.
Not exactly a household name in 2019 but back in the day mid-1960shis name was synonymous with the innovations in Acoustic Finger Picking guitar styles.
That era was a hot bed of musical innovation for acoustic guitar players.
Guitarists of today probably do not realize the extent of the volatility of the acoustic guitar scene of that era.
At that time acoustic guitarists were very fortunate to be exposed to the increased availability of recorded material, a huge number of touring folk musician legends, and a steady improvement in the quality of acoustic instruments.
The acceptance of the guitar into the traditional folk click to see more was not immediate.
The guitar was then considered foreign to the unaccompanied vocal traditions that were prevalent in the British folk clubs.
Innovators of the day included Davey Graham the inventor of DADGAD tuningNic Jones, Martin Carthy, Bert Jansch and of course John Renbourn.
Most of the innovators have gone and the only one still playing at the peak of his powers is probably Martin Carthy.
Nic Jones is till alive but still suffering the effects of a catastrophic car accident.
On March 26, 2015 at the age of 70 years John Renbourn passed away.
I was very fortunate to be in Banff on Thursday, September 26, 2001.
I was coming off a back packing trip to Mount Assiniboine when I spotted a poster for a concert by John Renbourn at the Banff Centre.
I was fortunate enough to land a seat no more than six feet away from John.
I had smuggled in my camera and I managed to snap some illegal photos right at the end of the show.
That was just before I was nailed by the usher.
It was a small price to pay for the opportunity.
Apart from the music the thing that struck me most about this master musician was how old looked.
He did have a reputation for living hard and it showed when he shuffled on stage, sat down and had to physically hoist his one leg across his knee to support his guitar.
It was a memorable concert and one that has come flooding back after viewing this attached video.
I think the video speaks for itself.
Clive Carroll is a name that is new to me but obviously one deserving of attention.
His playing ranks right up there with other modern masters and I am looking forward to hearing more of his work.
Also here is a video of John performing one of his iconic master pieces — SWEET POTATO After viewing the 無料フリートゲーム I went looking for the photos I took on that night to add to this blog.
They are buried deep in the masses of photos I have taken over the years and I have not been able to find them.
But all was not lost.
I did a search on the internet and lo and behold I came up with a link to my original article written at the time.
So here 無料のポーカートーナメントタイマーソフトウェア the photos …… All in all it has been a nice reminder that there is more to guitar playing than strumming three chords.
Posted inI arrived in British Columbia, Canada in 1971, fell in love, got married and briefly moved to Halifax.
While down East it was almost impossible to avoid the Celtic influence in Maritime music.
Often the composer of Folk Songs are not known but in the case of Peter Emberley we know it was written by a Boiesetown, New Brunswick farmer named John Calhoun.
The song is the story of a young man born in 1863 in Alberton, Prince Edward Island.
In 1880 when he was seventeen he left Alberton to find work as a lumberman in the New Brunswick woods of the valley of the South West Miramichi.
For over a century the ブルズアイゲームショーのルール has been sung throughout Atlantic Canada and in the lumber camps of Ontario and it has kept alive the memory and story of Peter Emberley.
The melody is a variant of a popular Irish Ballad.
The song spread further afield when Bob Dylan made free use of check this out in his Ballad of Donald White.
As a side note my paternal grandfather was killed in a similar accident in far away Australia in the early part of the 20th century so the song has a particular resonance for me.
My father was five years old at the time and I never got to know my grandfather.
The melody is a variant of a traditional Irish ballad and there a multitude of lyrics and versions out there but it is not well known around this area.
May be it is time to change that.
Here are a couple of versions of the song.
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After the 1994 genocide, it was ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world.
Worldwide, cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women.
There were an estimated 570,000 new cases in 2018 — and over 310,000 deaths, the vast majority in low- and middle-income countries.
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The Rwandan government had demonstrated the determination and thoroughness of its approach to vaccinations.
Could it now have the same success with HPV?
Before the HPV vaccine arrived in Kanyirabanyana, 63-year-old Michel Ntuyahaga, a community health worker, spent weeks canvassing his village, going to each of the 127 mud-brick houses to inform parents about the upcoming vaccination campaign.
Constantine Nyiransengiyera has been a primary school teacher in Kanyirabanyana for the past 13 years.
In addition to teaching maths, science, French and English, she was — and continues to be — responsible for gathering all the 12-year-old girls at the local school to educate them about the HPV vaccine.
The same awareness campaign was taking place around the country — Rwanda has a network of 45,000 community health workers, volunteers who are present in every village.
Bugesera is a district in the Eastern Province, not far from the border with Burundi.
Billboards line roads through the district, advertising soft drinks alongside public health messages.
Toddlers roll tyres down the red-earth roads, teenagers carry handfuls of firewood on their heads, and adults herd cows and goats.
In 2013, the then 12-year-old Ernestine Muhoza was vaccinated against HPV at her school.
The Rwandan government had demonstrated the determination and thoroughness of its approach to vaccinations.
Could it now have the same success with HPV?
But not every parent did.
Why, they wondered, would their girls be getting vaccinated now, at this age?
And rumour had it that the vaccine would make girls infertile.
Community health worker Odette Mukarumongi worked tirelessly in Karambi to counteract the rumours.
Today, she says, parents rarely refuse, now that they can see the widespread acceptance of it in the community.
It was also about the trust the community has in the government.
That was really important — the community knows that we do not bring things that are not good for them.
But, of course, as the HPV vaccine was a new vaccine for a new target group there were many questions.
The vaccine is recommended for girls, and in some countries for boys aged 12 to 13 too, because this is before sexual activity begins, bringing the risk of exposure to HPV.
This has resulted in the vaccine being linked with promiscuity — a belief that vaccinating young girls against an STI sexualises them and encourages sexual activity.
There is no evidence that boys or girls who receive the vaccine have sex earlier than those who do not have the vaccine.
But this concern is one of the reasons that India — a country where more than 67,000 women die from cervical cancer every year — has refused to introduce HPV vaccine into its routine immunisation programme.
They fear that girls will become promiscuous.
This misinformation has spread rapidly, worldwide, on social media.
Coverage has also dropped in parts of Europe, such as Denmark.
In Ireland, conversely, a targeted social media campaign is reversing a sharp decline in the HPV vaccination rate.
Peter Hotez, a vaccine scientist and dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, agrees that there is a problem in the fears that the vaccine sexualises young girls.
I worry that we will start to export this garbage and it will impact vaccine uptake in Africa.
He is the former chief public health and science officer at Merck who was involved with the Rwanda programme.
It sought to communicate that the vaccine is here to protect young women from cervical cancer.
We rather focused here the side-effects of cervical cancer: that it can cause infertility.
It has turned cervical cancer into an STI, which it is, of course, but we have to be careful.
There is a right messaging for every country.
Now we just talk about it as a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
You cannot with any conscience not come forward and make the vaccine affordable and create a sustainable vaccination programme.
Rwanda is an incredible country in its commitment to national health.
A major issue, they contended, was that while the burden of cervical cancer in the region was substantial, there were far more pressing diseases to vaccinate against, such as tetanus and measles.
When the possibility of prevention exists, writing off women to die of cancer solely because of where they are born is a violation of human rights.
It is less costly to prevent cervical cancer and all its suffering.
The Ministry of Health reports that.
Almost all Rwandan girls attend school, and the systematic inclusion of local and religious leaders, community health workers and teachers in the vaccine delivery strategy has proved highly effective in spreading the message about the benefits of the vaccine and combating myths.
The success in getting girls vaccinated has boosted confidence that the country is making rapid progress towards eliminating the disease.
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The majority are high-income, from Australia to the United Kingdom to Finland.
These countries also have screening programmes for HPV and are moving from the pap smear test to a more advanced test, taken every five years, that detects high-risk HPV infections before cancer develops.
In Rwanda, before the HPV vaccine was introduced in 2011, there was no cervical cancer screening available in public health facilities — a few private clinics and NGOs offered it sporadically.
Along with the vaccination programme, Rwanda also launched a national strategic plan for the prevention, control and management of cervical lesions and cancer.
Women are meant to undergo visual inspection of cervix with acetic acid VIA at their local health centre or district hospital.
Done by nurses and doctors, the screening is available to women with HIV aged 30 to 50, and other women aged 35 to 45.
Instead, she tells girls and women that if they experience any symptoms, like pelvic pain or constant menstruation, they should go to the health centre for a check-up.
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This is the magic about African music, which is always there and https://spin-top-deposit-casinos.site/1/405.html sometimes in other forms of music.
As a multicultural ethnic percussionist, I have come to understand that this fundamental element, the groove, is the essence of African music, because it IS in every instrument, including the voice.
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Some things you just have to be born into.
Sona Jobarteh was born in 1983 into one of the five principal Kora-playing Griot families from West Africa — she is the first female professional Kora player to come from a Griot family a Griot is a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet, or musician and generally a repository of the culture.
She is the granddaughter of the Master Griot of his generation, Amadu Bansang Jobarteh, cousin of the well-known, celebrated Kora player Toumani Diabate as well as the sister of the renowned Diaspora Kora player Tunde Jegede — Wikipedia.
Yes, she was born into the tradition but grew up in Britain and has studied the Kora from the age of three.
She attended the Royal College of Music, where she studied cello, piano and harpsichord, and soon after went on to the Purcell School of Music to study composition.
She also completed a degree at SOAS, University of London.
She is fluent in Manding, and, above all she is a master Kora player.
And one may ask, what is a Kora?
The skin is supported by two handles that run under it.
It has 21 strings, each playing a different note.
It supports a notched double free-standing bridge.
The strings run in two divided ranks, making it a double harp.
They do not end in a soundboard but are held in notches on a bridge, making it a bridge harp.
They originate from a string arm or neck and cross a bridge directly supported by a resonating chamber, making it a lute too.
The sound of a kora resembles that of a harp.
The thumbs are used to pluck the strings while the remaining fingers hold the hand posts and secure the instrument.
Modern Koras made in the Casamance region of southern Senegal sometimes feature additional bass strings, adding up to four strings to the traditional 21.
Strings were traditionally made from thin strips of hide, for example antelope skin — now most strings are made from harp strings or nylon fishing line, sometimes plaited together to create thicker strings.
A vital accessory in the past was the nyenmyemo, a leaf-shaped plate of tin or brass with wire loops threaded around the edge.
Clamped to the bridge, it produced sympathetic sounds, serving as an amplifier since the sound carried well in the open air.
By moving leather tuning rings up and down the neck, a Kora player can retune the instrument into one of four seven-note scales.
These scales are close in tuning to western major, minor and Lydian modes.
Below are two short videos with Sona playing a traditional Kora with leather tuning straps followed by one where she uses the more modern version utilizing Guitar tuning gears.
This following video is from a longer concert…….
His home base was in Wales.
I never thought of Wales as the center of British pop culture but he assured me that it was the perfect place to call home.
A significant number of major British population centers are only a couple of hours away by car.
In any given week he could play as many gigs as he liked without the risk of saturating his audience with too many repeat performances.
In terms of numbers he had access to a huge audience.
Financial compensations were enough to cover expenses and provide for a reasonable income.
The bonus is the ability to have a normal family life style.
For variety he could hop on a plane and do short tours into the major population centers of Holland, Germany or Denmark and not be away from home for any extended periods.
By and large Canadian performers are not so lucky.
By comparison the distances between population centers are huge, weather conditions forbidding and audience numbers small by comparison.
Financial compensations often barely cover expenses and with all the touring family life must take a beating.
Case in point is this current tour by Elizabeth Shepherd vocals and pianoMichael Occhipinti guitarMark Nelson drums and Jon Wielebnowski electric Bass guitar.
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Both Elizabeth and Michael are heavy hitters on the Canadian music scene.
Both have numerous academic qualifications, awards and Juno nominations.
Michael is from Toronto and Elizabeth is from Montreal and both performers spend the better part of their life on tour.
Mark is from Montreal and Jon is from Calgary.
This current two week Western Canadian tour included a dozen back to back gigs.
The drummer Mike Nelson is from Montreal and it was obvious from the first down beat that he is a well schooled musician.
He obtained his University Music degree in New Zealand and with his deft use of brushes, sticks, shakers and mallets he comes across as a serious percussionist.
It is all a very controlled dynamic sonic landscape supporting the two soloists.
This is his first significant tour.
As an aside, every time I hear that song I think of the 1982 film The Year of Living Dangerously, staring Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver and the brilliant Linda Hunt ……a must see film set in Indonesia in 1965.
In an ironical twist a deer wander by the window almost on queue.
A movie script writer could not have written a better scene.
Her supporting musicians are masters in their own right.
He is a very, very tasty player.
As I said above, the bass player Jon Wielebnowki is the new kid on the block and looks like he is fresh out of high school.
This is his first tour.
He was rock solid the whole evening.
Here are some images from the evening…….
Last, and not least, thanks must go to 吸血鬼ロマンスゲームオンライン management and staff of The HeidOut Restaurant for their fine food, refreshments and their support of live music.
Also the fine contributions of local promoter Louie Cupello for his unending efforts to bring live music to the area.
The manager is a keen supporter of live music and on most Thursday evenings 6-9pm there are live musical events.
A favorite event is the open mic hosted by Keith Larsen every first Thursday of the month.
Recently Thursday, June 20th, 2019Lonesome Jim aka James Neve performed two sets featuring his vocals accompanied by his stellar acoustic 6 string and 12 guitar pickings.
Never one to stand still for too long he was sporting his new and improved persona.
The looks may change but the performance, as always, was stellar.
Here are couple continue reading photos of the new Lonesome Jim.
Posted in Tagged, This is a rare treat.
An opportunity to spread the word about an exceptional local talent.
Douglas Francis Mitchell is an East Kootenay singer song writer with, to my knowledge, well over a hundred songs in his repertoire.
There are new songs rolling off his counter top each day.
He is a topical song writer with a great belief in the need for artists to dip into what they know best.
That is, the personal experiences, the work environments, and the relationships in click here world that surrounds us.
Nor does he write songs full of youthful angst.
That sentiment is long gone and there is much more weighty and comedic material around to feed his creative impulses.
What he does write are clear and honest songs about events and personalities that inhabit our world.
One of his most recent efforts is Better get Used to It.
This came about in response to the devastating fires of last summer.
Doug sings and plays guitar, Rod Wilson provides the percussion and the sound effects.
The fiddle playing and back up vocals are by Ally Blake.
Murray Hayward created the video…… Posted in TaggedWell known and appreciated local Kimberley pianist passed away this more info week and he will be sorely missed.
Posted in Boston to Kimberley is a long way, but then again to travel from from Portugal to Goa, India, to Boston, to Calgary to Kimberley is even further.
Victor Coelho, the dusky lead guitarist and vocalist of the band Dead Flowers can trace his family connections all the way back over that route.
The pedal steel guitarist Dan Beller-McKenna Victor left his home back East to catch the early flight from Boston to land in Calgary at two in the afternoon.
There was time to hook up with Victor and a cadre of Calgary musicians to play an engagement that night.
For Saturday it was the drive down to Kimberley for the concert then on Sunday the drive back to Calgary to catch another flight back to Boston in time for the working week.
For the Kimberley concert the collective was called Dead Flowers and consisted of Victor Coelho Guitar and VocalsDan Beller-McKenna on Pedal Steel Guitar; Tommy Knowles Calgary Bass Guitar; Dave Morton Calgary Guitars and Vocals; Kenton McDonald Calgary Drums.
This was not a Tribute Band.
For them it was just an opportunity to explore the repertoire and musical associations of the Rolling Stones.
There was some Buck Owens Country music in the mix and, of course, 1英国のオンラインカジノ新しい country music Classic Wild Horses.
We sometimes forget that this song is an original by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Here are some images from another fine concert at the Studio 64 in Kimberley.
Once again thanks must got to the organizing committee, the volunteers and the sponsors that make this wonderful series available to the people of Kimberley.
A little side 4スロット排水管 — The music was straight ahead rock and roll but the two East Coast musicians have credentials that go way beyond the genre.
Dan Bella-McKenna looked like an academic and, in reality he Teaches the history of Classical Music at the University of New Hampshire.
He has a special interest in the Classical Music of the eighteenth and nineteen century.
The obvious question is why the music of The Rolling Stones?
What other reason could you have to play that music?
He has a special interest in Early Italian Music, performs and teaches Lute and has recorded and written extensively on his subjects of interest.
Posted in John Renbourn.
Not exactly a household name in 2019 but back in the day mid-1960shis name was synonymous with the innovations in Acoustic Finger Picking guitar styles.
That era was a hot bed of musical innovation for acoustic guitar players.
Guitarists of today probably do not realize the extent of the volatility of the acoustic guitar scene of that era.
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Most of the innovators have gone and the only one still playing at the peak of his powers is probably Martin Carthy.
Nic Jones is till alive but still suffering the effects of a catastrophic car accident.
On March 26, 2015 at the age of 70 years John Renbourn passed away.
I was very fortunate to be in Banff on Thursday, September 26, 2001.
I was coming off a back packing trip to Mount Assiniboine when I spotted a poster for a concert by John Renbourn at the Banff Centre.
I was fortunate enough to land a seat no more than six feet away from John.
I had smuggled in my camera and I managed to snap some illegal photos right at the end of the show.
That was just before I was nailed by the usher.
It was a small price to pay for the opportunity.
Apart from the music the thing that struck me most about this master musician was how old looked.
He did have a reputation for living hard and it showed when he shuffled on stage, sat down and had to physically hoist his one leg across his knee to support his guitar.
It was a memorable concert and one that has come flooding back after viewing this attached video.
I think the video speaks for itself.
Clive Carroll is a name that is new to me but obviously one deserving of attention.
His playing ranks right up there with other modern masters and I am looking forward to hearing more of his work.
Also here is a video of John performing one of his iconic master pieces — SWEET POTATO After viewing the videos I went looking for the photos I took on that night to add to this blog.
They are buried deep in the masses of photos I have taken over the years and I have not been able to find them.
But all was not lost.
I did a search on the internet and lo and behold I came up with a link to my original article written at the time.
So just click for source are the photos …… All in all it has been a nice reminder that there is more to guitar playing than strumming three chords.
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The melody is a variant of a popular Irish Ballad.
The song spread further afield when Bob Dylan made free use of it in his Ballad of Donald White.
As a side note my paternal grandfather was killed in a similar accident in far away Australia in the early part of the 20th century link the song has a particular resonance for me.
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Yes, she was born into the tradition but grew up in Britain and has studied the Kora from the age of three.
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This following video is from a longer concert…….
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Here are some images from the evening…….
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Victor Coelho, the dusky lead guitarist and vocalist of the band Dead Flowers can trace his family connections all the way back over that route.
The pedal steel guitarist Dan Beller-McKenna Victor left his home back East to catch the early flight from Boston to land in Calgary at two in the afternoon.
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There was some Buck Owens Country music in the mix and, of course, the country music Classic Wild Horses.
We sometimes forget that this song is an original by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Here are some images from another fine concert at the Studio 64 in Kimberley.
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At that time acoustic guitarists were very fortunate to be exposed to the increased availability of recorded material, a huge number of touring folk musician legends, and a steady improvement in the quality of acoustic instruments.
The acceptance of the guitar into the traditional folk scene was not immediate.
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Nic Jones is till alive but still suffering the effects of a catastrophic car accident.
On March 26, 2015 at the age of 70 years John Renbourn passed away.
I was very fortunate to be in Banff on Thursday, September 26, 2001.
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Girls began queuing at their local school with their friends, waiting for their names to be called.
After all, most of them had not had a vaccination since they were babies.
It was 2013 and a new vaccine had arrived in Kanyirabanyana, a village in the Gakenke district of Rwanda.
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Three years before, Rwanda had decided to make preventing cervical cancer a health priority.
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This was the first time an African country had embarked on a national prevention programme for cervical cancer.
Could Rwanda become the first country in Africa to eliminate it?
It was an ambitious goal.
Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in Rwandan women, and there were considerable cultural barriers to the vaccination programme — HPV is a sexually transmitted infection and talking about sex is taboo in Rwanda.
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The first vaccine against HPV became available in 2006.
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Ian Frazer and Jian Zhou at the University of Queensland, Australia, then jointly developed the technology カジノリバーパークモーターイン enabled the HPV vaccine.
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More than 800,000 people died in the Rwandan genocide, and its widespread destruction left the country devastated.
Coverage of most World Health Organization-recommended childhood vaccinations plummeted to below 25 per cent.
But within 20 years, the number of babies in Rwanda receiving all recommended vaccinations, such as polio, measles and rubella, had increased to around 95 per cent.
The Rwandan government had demonstrated the determination and thoroughness of its approach to vaccinations.
Could it now have the same success with HPV?
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Constantine Nyiransengiyera has been a primary school teacher in Kanyirabanyana for the past 13 years.
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Toddlers roll tyres down the red-earth roads, teenagers carry handfuls of firewood on their heads, and adults herd cows and goats.
In 2013, the then 12-year-old Ernestine Muhoza was vaccinated against HPV at her school.
The Rwandan government had demonstrated the determination and thoroughness of its approach to vaccinations.
Could it now have the same success with HPV?
But not every parent did.
Why, they wondered, would their girls be getting vaccinated now, at this age?
And rumour had it that the vaccine would make girls infertile.
Community health worker Odette Mukarumongi worked tirelessly in Karambi to counteract the rumours.
Today, she says, parents rarely refuse, now that they can see the widespread acceptance of it in the community.
It was also about the trust the community has in the government.
That was really important — the community knows that we do not bring things that are not good for them.
But, of course, as the HPV vaccine was a new vaccine for a new target group there were many questions.
The vaccine is recommended for girls, and in some countries for boys aged 12 to 13 too, because this is before sexual activity begins, bringing the risk of exposure to HPV.
This has resulted in the vaccine being linked with promiscuity — a belief that vaccinating young girls against an STI sexualises them and encourages sexual activity.
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This misinformation has spread rapidly, worldwide, on social media.
Coverage has also dropped in parts of Europe, such as Denmark.
In Ireland, conversely, a targeted social media campaign is reversing a sharp decline in the HPV vaccination rate.
Peter Hotez, a vaccine scientist and dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, agrees that there is a problem in the fears that the vaccine sexualises young girls.
I worry that we will start to export this garbage and it will impact vaccine uptake in Africa.
He is the former chief public health and science officer at Merck who was involved with the Rwanda programme.
It sought to communicate that the vaccine is here to protect young women from cervical cancer.
We rather focused on the side-effects of cervical cancer: that it can cause infertility.
It has turned cervical cancer into an STI, which it is, of course, but we have to be careful.
There is a right messaging for every country.
Now we just talk about it as a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
You cannot with any conscience not come forward and make the vaccine affordable and create a sustainable vaccination programme.
Rwanda is an incredible country in its commitment to national health.
A major issue, they contended, was that while the burden of cervical cancer in the region was substantial, there were far more pressing diseases to vaccinate against, such as tetanus and measles.
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It is less costly to prevent cervical cancer and all see more suffering.
The Ministry of Health reports that.
Almost all Rwandan girls attend school, and the systematic inclusion of local and religious leaders, community health workers and teachers in the vaccine delivery strategy has proved highly effective in spreading the message about the benefits of the vaccine and combating myths.
The success in getting girls vaccinated has boosted confidence that the country is making rapid progress towards eliminating the disease.
Since 2006, over 80 countries have introduced the HPV vaccine into their routine immunization programmes.
The majority are high-income, from Australia to the United Kingdom to Finland.
These countries also have screening programmes for HPV and are moving from the pap smear test to a more advanced test, taken every five years, that detects high-risk HPV infections before cancer develops.
In Rwanda, before the HPV vaccine was introduced in 2011, there was no cervical cancer screening available in public health facilities — a few private clinics and NGOs offered it sporadically.
Along with the vaccination programme, Rwanda also launched a national strategic plan for the prevention, control and management of cervical lesions and cancer.
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Given that most cervical cancer cases occur in women in their 40s and 50s, if Rwanda is going to eliminate cervical cancer it will need a robust screening programme that reaches all women — women who have not benefited from the vaccine.
Countries across sub-Saharan Africa and Asia have struggled to implement cervical screening programmes.
This is why the HPV vaccine is so critical: for girls and women in these countries it is their best — and often only — line of defence against the disease.
Eventually, Rwanda will fully finance its HPV vaccine.
Will the country be able to afford this?
What we are doing annually is looking at how we can plan for the next three years.
Gashumba says the Ministry is exploring options to make the vaccination programme sustainable, such as including the vaccine in health insurance.
Whatever the challenges in the future, Rwanda has today achieved remarkably high coverage of the HPV vaccine for girls — an extraordinary public health achievement that should inspire countries around the world.
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The vaccines provide protection for at least 5 to 10 years.
Vaccinating a large portion of the population may also benefit the unvaccinated.
In those already infected the vaccines are not effective.
HPV vaccines are very safe.
Pain at the site of injection occurs in about 80% of people.
Redness and swelling at the site and may also occur.
No link to has been found.
The first HPV vaccine became available in 2006.
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As a multicultural ethnic percussionist, I have come to understand that this fundamental element, the groove, is the essence of African music, because it IS in every instrument, including the voice.
Western music may have lost its grove but the groove is still out there in …… Africa.
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She is the granddaughter of the Master Griot of his generation, Amadu Bansang Jobarteh, cousin of the well-known, celebrated Kora player Toumani Diabate as well as the sister of the renowned Diaspora Kora player Tunde Jegede — Wikipedia.
Yes, she was born into the tradition but grew up in Britain and has studied the Kora from the age of three.
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She also completed a degree at SOAS, University of London.
She is fluent in Manding, and, above all she is a master Kora player.
And one may ask, what is a Kora?
The skin is supported by two handles that run under it.
It has 21 strings, each playing a different note.
It supports a notched double free-standing bridge.
The strings run in two divided ranks, making it a double harp.
They do not end in a soundboard but are held in notches on a bridge, making it a bridge harp.
They originate from a string arm or neck and cross a bridge directly supported by a resonating chamber, making it a lute too.
The sound of a kora resembles that of a harp.
The thumbs are used to pluck the strings while the remaining fingers hold the hand posts and secure the instrument.
Modern Koras made in the Casamance region of southern Senegal sometimes feature additional bass strings, adding up to four strings to the traditional 21.
Strings were traditionally made from thin strips of hide, for example antelope skin — now most strings are made from harp strings or nylon fishing line, sometimes plaited together to create thicker strings.
A vital accessory in the past was the nyenmyemo, a leaf-shaped plate of tin or brass with wire loops threaded around the edge.
Clamped to the bridge, it produced sympathetic sounds, serving as an amplifier since the sound carried well in the open air.
By moving leather tuning rings up and down the neck, a Kora player can retune the instrument into one of four seven-note scales.
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This following video is from a longer concert…….
His home base was in Wales.
I never thought of Wales as the center of British pop culture but he assured me that link was the perfect place to call home.
A significant number of major British population centers are only a couple of hours away by car.
In link given week he could play as many gigs as he liked without the risk of saturating his audience with too many repeat performances.
In terms of numbers he had access to a huge audience.
Financial compensations were enough to cover expenses and provide for a reasonable income.
The bonus is the ability to have a normal family life style.
For variety he could hop on a plane and do short tours into the major population centers of Holland, Germany or Denmark and not be away from home for any extended periods.
By and large Canadian performers are not so lucky.
By comparison the distances between population centers are huge, weather conditions forbidding and audience numbers small by comparison.
Financial compensations often barely cover expenses and with all the touring family life must take a beating.
Case in point is this current tour by Elizabeth Shepherd vocals and pianoMichael Occhipinti guitarMark Nelson drums and Jon Wielebnowski electric Bass guitar.
To play the gig in Cranbrook they left Chilliwack first thing in the morning, drove all day, performed that night, then onto Calgary next day to catch planes back to Toronto and Montreal.
Both Elizabeth and Michael are heavy hitters on the Canadian music scene.
Both have numerous academic qualifications, awards and Juno nominations.
Michael is from Toronto and Elizabeth is from Montreal and both performers spend the better part of their life on tour.
Mark is from Montreal and Jon is from Calgary.
This current two week Western Canadian tour included a dozen back to back gigs.
The drummer Mike Nelson is from Montreal and it was obvious from the first down beat that he is a well schooled musician.
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It is all a very controlled dynamic sonic landscape supporting the two soloists.
This is his first significant tour.
As an aside, every time I hear that song I think of the 1982 film The Year of Living Dangerously, staring Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver and the brilliant Linda Hunt ……a must see film set in Indonesia in 1965.
In an ironical twist a deer wander by the window almost on queue.
A movie script writer could not have written a better scene.
Her supporting musicians are masters in their own right.
He is a very, very tasty player.
As I said above, the bass player Jon Wielebnowki is the new kid on the block and looks like he is fresh out of high school.
This is his first tour.
He was rock solid the whole evening.
Here are some images from the evening…….
Last, and not least, thanks must go to the management and staff of The HeidOut Restaurant for their fine food, refreshments and their support of live music.
Also the fine contributions of local promoter Louie Cupello for his unending efforts to bring live music to the area.
The manager is a keen supporter of live music and on most Thursday evenings 6-9pm there are live musical events.
A favorite event is the open mic hosted by Keith Larsen every first Thursday of the month.
Recently Thursday, June 20th, 2019Lonesome Jim aka James Neve performed two sets featuring his vocals accompanied by his stellar acoustic 6 string and 12 guitar pickings.
Never one to stand still for too long he was sporting his new and improved persona.
The looks may change but the performance, as always, was stellar.
Here are couple of photos of the new Lonesome Jim.
Posted in Tagged, This is a rare treat.
An opportunity to spread the word about an exceptional local talent.
Douglas Francis Mitchell is an East Kootenay singer song writer with, to my knowledge, well over a hundred songs in his repertoire.
There are new songs rolling off his counter top each day.
He is a topical song writer with a great belief in the need for artists to dip into what they know best.
That is, the personal experiences, the work environments, and the relationships in the world that surrounds us.
Nor does he write songs full of youthful angst.
That sentiment is long gone and there is much more weighty and comedic material around to feed his creative impulses.
What he does write are clear and honest songs about events and personalities that inhabit our world.
One of his most recent efforts is Better get Used to It.
This came about in response to the devastating fires of last summer.
Doug sings and plays guitar, Rod Wilson provides the percussion and the sound effects.
The fiddle playing and back up vocals are by Ally Blake.
Murray Hayward created the video…… Posted in TaggedWell known and appreciated local Kimberley pianist passed away this past week and he will be sorely missed.
Posted in Boston to Kimberley is a long way, but then again to travel from from Portugal to Goa, India, to Boston, to Calgary to Kimberley is even further.
Victor Coelho, the dusky lead guitarist and vocalist of the band Dead Flowers can trace his family connections all the way back over that route.
The pedal steel guitarist Dan Beller-McKenna Victor left his home back East to catch the early flight from Boston to land in Calgary at two in the afternoon.
There was time to hook up with Victor and a cadre of Calgary musicians to play an engagement that night.
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This was not a Tribute Band.
For them it was just an opportunity to explore the repertoire and musical associations of the Rolling Stones.
There was some Buck Owens Country music in the mix and, of course, the country music Classic Wild Horses.
We sometimes forget that this song is an original by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Here are some images from another fine concert at the Studio 64 in Kimberley.
Once again thanks must got to the organizing committee, the volunteers and the sponsors that make this wonderful series available to the people of Kimberley.
A little side note — The music was straight ahead rock and roll but the two East Coast musicians have credentials that go way beyond the genre.
Dan Bella-McKenna looked like an マルコポーロ財務カジノ and, in reality he Teaches the history of Classical Music at the University of New Hampshire.
He has a special interest in the Classical Music of the eighteenth and nineteen century.
The obvious question is why the music of The Rolling Stones?
What other reason could you have to play that music?
He has a special interest in Early Italian Music, performs and teaches Lute and has recorded and written extensively on his subjects of interest.
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Not exactly a household name in 2019 but back in the day mid-1960shis name was synonymous with the innovations in Acoustic Finger Picking guitar styles.
That era was a hot bed of musical innovation for acoustic guitar players.
Guitarists of today probably do not realize the extent of the volatility of the acoustic guitar scene of that era.
At that time visit web page guitarists were very fortunate to be exposed to the increased availability of recorded material, a huge number of touring folk musician legends, and a steady improvement in the quality of acoustic instruments.
The acceptance of the guitar into the traditional folk scene was not immediate.
The guitar was then considered foreign to the unaccompanied vocal traditions that were prevalent in the British folk clubs.
Innovators of the day included Davey Graham the inventor of DADGAD tuningNic Jones, Martin Carthy, Bert Jansch and of course John Renbourn.
Most of the innovators have gone and the only one still playing at the peak of his powers is probably Martin Carthy.
Nic Jones is till alive but still suffering the effects of a catastrophic car accident.
On March 26, 2015 at the age of 70 years John Renbourn passed away.
I was very fortunate to be in Banff on Thursday, September 26, 2001.
I was coming off a back packing trip to Mount Assiniboine when I spotted a poster for a concert by John Renbourn at the Banff Centre.
I was fortunate enough to land a seat no more than six feet away from John.
I had smuggled in my camera and I managed to snap some illegal photos right at the end of the show.
That was just before I was nailed by the usher.
It was a small price to pay for the opportunity.
Apart from the music the thing that struck me most about this master musician was how old looked.
He did have a reputation for living hard and it showed when he shuffled on stage, sat down and had to physically hoist his one leg across his knee to support his guitar.
It was a memorable concert and one that has come flooding back after viewing this attached video.
I think the video speaks for itself.
Clive Carroll is a name that is new to me but obviously one deserving of attention.
His playing ranks right up there with other modern masters and Pity, ラップトップ用の無料ゲームサイト consider am looking forward to hearing more of his work.
Also here is a video of John performing one of his iconic master pieces — SWEET POTATO After viewing the videos I went looking for the photos I took on that night to add to this blog.
They are buried deep in the masses of photos I have taken over the years and I have not been able to find them.
But all was not lost.
I did a search on the internet and lo and behold I came up with a link to my original article written at the time.
So here are the photos …… All in all it has been a nice reminder that there is more to guitar playing than strumming three chords.
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While down East it was almost impossible to avoid the Celtic influence in Maritime music.
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The song is the story of a young man born in 1863 in Alberton, Prince Edward Island.
In 1880 when he was seventeen he left Alberton to find work as a lumberman in the New Brunswick woods of the valley of the South West Miramichi.
For over a century the song has been sung throughout Atlantic Canada and in the lumber camps of Ontario and it has kept alive the memory and story of Peter Emberley.
The melody is a variant of a popular Irish Ballad.
The song spread further afield when Bob Dylan made free use of it in his Ballad of Donald White.
As a side note my paternal grandfather was killed in a similar accident in far away Australia in the early part of the 20th century so the song has a particular resonance for me.
My father was five years old at the time and I never got to know my grandfather.
The melody is a variant of a traditional Irish ballad and there a multitude of lyrics and versions out there but it is not well known around this area.
May be it is time to change that.
Here are a couple of versions of the song.
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Three years before, Rwanda had decided to make preventing cervical cancer a health priority.
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Could Rwanda become the first country in Africa to eliminate it?
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Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in Rwandan women, and there were considerable cultural barriers to the vaccination programme — HPV is a sexually transmitted infection and talking about sex is taboo in Rwanda.
Added to this, rumours that the vaccine could cause infertility made some parents reluctant to allow their daughters to be vaccinated.
After the 1994 genocide, it was ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world.
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Constantine Nyiransengiyera has been a primary school teacher in Kanyirabanyana for the past 13 years.
In addition to teaching maths, science, French and English, she was — and continues to be — responsible for gathering all the 12-year-old girls at the local school to educate them about the HPV vaccine.
The same awareness campaign was taking place around the country — Rwanda has a network of 45,000 community health workers, volunteers who are present in every village.
Bugesera is a district in the Eastern Province, not far from the border with Burundi.
Billboards line roads through the district, advertising soft drinks alongside public health messages.
Toddlers roll tyres down the red-earth roads, teenagers carry handfuls of firewood on their heads, and adults herd cows and goats.
In 2013, the then 12-year-old Ernestine Muhoza was vaccinated against HPV at her school.
The Rwandan government had demonstrated the determination and thoroughness of its approach to vaccinations.
Could it now have the same success with HPV?
But not every parent did.
Why, they wondered, would their girls be getting vaccinated now, at this age?
And rumour had it that the vaccine would make girls infertile.
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Today, she says, parents rarely refuse, now that they can see the widespread acceptance of it in the community.
It was also about the trust the community has in the government.
That was really important — the community knows that we do not bring things that are not good for them.
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They fear that girls will become promiscuous.
This misinformation has spread rapidly, worldwide, on social media.
Coverage has also dropped in parts of Europe, such as Denmark.
In Ireland, conversely, a targeted social media campaign is reversing a sharp decline in the HPV vaccination rate.
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I worry that we will start to export this garbage and it will impact vaccine uptake in Africa.
He is the former chief public health and science officer at Merck who was involved with the Rwanda programme.
It sought to communicate that the vaccine is here to protect young women from cervical cancer.
We rather focused on the side-effects of cervical cancer: that it can cause infertility.
It has turned cervical cancer into an STI, which it is, of course, but we have to be careful.
Now we just talk about it as a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
You cannot with any conscience not come forward and make the vaccine affordable and create a sustainable vaccination programme.
Rwanda is an incredible country in its commitment to national health.
A major issue, they contended, was that while the burden of cervical cancer in the region was substantial, there were far more pressing diseases to vaccinate against, such as tetanus and measles.
When the possibility of prevention exists, writing off women to die of cancer solely because of where they are born is a violation of human rights.
It is less costly to prevent cervical cancer and all its suffering.
The Ministry of Health reports that.
Almost all Rwandan girls attend school, and the systematic inclusion of local and religious leaders, community health workers and teachers in the vaccine delivery strategy has proved highly effective in spreading the message about the benefits of the vaccine and combating myths.
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Instead, she tells girls and women that if they experience any symptoms, like pelvic pain or constant menstruation, they should go to the health centre for a check-up.
Given that most cervical cancer cases occur in women in their 40s and 50s, if Rwanda is going to eliminate cervical cancer it will need a robust screening programme that reaches all women — women who have not benefited from the vaccine.
Countries across sub-Saharan Africa and Asia have struggled to implement cervical screening programmes.
This is why the HPV vaccine is so critical: for girls and women in these countries it is their best — and often only — line of defence against the disease.
Eventually, Rwanda will fully finance its HPV vaccine.
Will the country be able to afford this?
What we are doing annually is looking at how we can plan for the next three years.
Gashumba says the Ministry is exploring options to make the vaccination programme sustainable, such as including the vaccine in health insurance.
Whatever the challenges in the future, Rwanda has today achieved remarkably high coverage of the HPV vaccine for girls — an extraordinary public health achievement that should inspire countries around the world.
Available vaccines protect against either two, four, or nine types of HPV.
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Yes, she was born into the tradition but grew up in Britain and has studied the Kora from the age of three.
She attended the Royal College of Music, where she studied cello, piano and harpsichord, and soon after went on to the Purcell School of Music to study composition.
She also completed a degree at SOAS, University of London.
She is fluent in Manding, and, above all she is a master Kora player.
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The skin is supported by two handles that run under it.
It has 21 strings, each playing a different note.
It supports a notched double free-standing bridge.
The strings run in two divided ranks, making it a double harp.
They do not end in a soundboard but are held in notches on a bridge, making it a bridge harp.
They originate from a string arm or neck and cross a bridge directly supported by a resonating chamber, making it a lute too.
The sound of a kora resembles that of a harp.
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Clamped to the bridge, it produced sympathetic sounds, serving as an amplifier since the sound carried well in the open air.
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I never thought of Wales as the center of British pop culture but he assured me that it was the perfect place to call home.
A significant number of major British population centers are only a couple of hours away by car.
In any given week he could play as many gigs as he liked without the risk of saturating his audience with too many repeat performances.
In terms of have 無料のbeanstalkの代替 think he had access to a huge audience.
Financial compensations were enough to cover expenses and provide for a reasonable income.
The bonus is the ability to have a normal family life style.
For variety he could hop on a plane and do short tours into the major population centers of Holland, Germany or Denmark and not be away from home for any extended periods.
By and large Canadian performers are not so lucky.
By comparison the distances between population centers are huge, weather conditions forbidding and audience numbers small by comparison.
Financial compensations often barely cover expenses and with all the touring family life must take a beating.
Case in point is this current tour by Elizabeth Shepherd vocals and pianoMichael Occhipinti guitarMark Nelson drums and Jon Wielebnowski electric Bass guitar.
To play the gig in Cranbrook they left Chilliwack first thing in the morning, drove all day, performed that night, then onto Calgary next just click for source to catch planes back to Toronto and Montreal.
Both Elizabeth and Michael are heavy hitters on the Canadian music scene.
Both have numerous academic qualifications, awards and Juno nominations.
Michael is from Toronto and Elizabeth is from Montreal and both performers spend the better part of their life on tour.
Mark is from Montreal and Jon is from Calgary.
This current two week Western Canadian tour included a dozen back to back gigs.
The drummer Mike Nelson is from Montreal and it was obvious from the first down beat that he is a well schooled musician.
He obtained his University Music degree in New Zealand and with his deft use of brushes, sticks, shakers and mallets he comes across as a serious percussionist.
It is all a very controlled dynamic sonic landscape supporting the two soloists.
This is his first significant tour.
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In an ironical twist a deer wander by the window almost on queue.
A movie script writer could not have written a better scene.
Her supporting musicians are masters in their own right.
He is a very, very tasty player.
As I said above, the bass player Jon Wielebnowki is the new kid on the block and looks like he is fresh out of high school.
This is his first tour.
He was rock solid the whole evening.
Here are some images from the evening…….
Last, and not least, thanks must go to the management and staff of The HeidOut Restaurant for their fine food, refreshments and their support of live music.
Also the fine contributions of local promoter Louie Cupello for his unending efforts to bring live music to the area.
The manager is a keen supporter of live music and on most Thursday evenings 6-9pm there are live musical events.
A favorite event is the open mic hosted by Keith Larsen every first Thursday of the month.
Recently Thursday, June 20th, 2019Lonesome Jim aka James Neve performed two sets featuring his vocals accompanied by his stellar acoustic 6 string and 12 guitar pickings.
Never one to stand still for too long he was sporting his new and improved persona.
The looks may change but the performance, as always, was stellar.
Here are couple of photos of the new Lonesome Jim.
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An opportunity to spread the word about an exceptional local talent.
Douglas Francis Mitchell is an East Kootenay singer song writer with, to my knowledge, well over a hundred songs in his repertoire.
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Nor does he write songs full of youthful angst.
That sentiment is long gone and there is much more weighty and comedic material around to feed his creative impulses.
What he does write are clear and honest songs about events and personalities that inhabit our world.
One of his most recent efforts is Better get Used to It.
This came about in response to the devastating fires of last summer.
Doug sings and plays guitar, Rod Wilson provides the percussion and the sound effects.
The fiddle playing and back up vocals are by Ally Blake.
Murray Hayward created the video…… Posted in TaggedWell known and appreciated local Kimberley pianist passed away this past week and he will be sorely missed.
Posted in Boston to Kimberley is a long way, but then again to travel from from Portugal to Goa, India, to Boston, to Calgary to Kimberley is even further.
Victor Coelho, the dusky lead guitarist and vocalist of the band Dead Flowers can trace his family connections all the way back over that route.
The pedal steel guitarist Dan Beller-McKenna Victor left his home back East to catch the early flight from Boston to land in Calgary at two in the afternoon.
There was time to hook up with Victor and a cadre of Calgary musicians to play an engagement that night.
For Saturday it was the drive down to Kimberley for the concert then on Sunday the drive back to Calgary to catch another flight back to Boston in time for the working week.
For the Kimberley concert the collective was called Dead Flowers and consisted of Victor Coelho Guitar and VocalsDan Beller-McKenna on Pedal Steel Guitar; Tommy Knowles Calgary Bass Guitar; Dave Morton Calgary Guitars and Vocals; Kenton McDonald Calgary Drums.
This was not a Tribute Band.
For them it was just an opportunity to explore the repertoire and musical associations of the Rolling Stones.
There was some Buck Owens Country music in the mix and, of course, the country music Classic Wild Horses.
We sometimes forget that this song is an original by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Here are some images from another fine concert at the Studio 64 in Kimberley.
Once again thanks must got to the organizing committee, the volunteers and the sponsors that make this wonderful series available to the people of Kimberley.
A little side note — The music was straight ahead rock and roll but the two East Coast musicians have credentials that go way beyond the genre.
Dan Bella-McKenna looked like an academic and, in reality more info Teaches the history of Classical Music at the University of New Hampshire.
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He has a special interest in Early Italian Music, performs and teaches Lute and has recorded and written extensively on his subjects of interest.
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Not exactly a household name in 2019 but back in the day mid-1960shis name was synonymous with the innovations in Acoustic Finger Picking guitar styles.
That era was a hot bed of musical innovation for acoustic guitar players.
Guitarists of today probably do not realize the extent of the volatility of the acoustic guitar scene of that era.
At that time acoustic guitarists were very fortunate to be exposed to the increased availability of recorded material, a huge number of touring folk musician legends, and a steady improvement in the quality of acoustic instruments.
The acceptance of the guitar into the traditional folk scene was not immediate.
The guitar was then considered foreign to the unaccompanied vocal traditions that were prevalent in the British folk clubs.
Innovators of the day included Davey Graham the inventor of DADGAD tuningNic Jones, Martin Carthy, Bert Jansch and of course John Renbourn.
Most of the innovators have gone and the only one still playing at the peak of his powers is probably Martin Carthy.
Nic Jones is till alive but still suffering the effects of a catastrophic car accident.
On March 26, 2015 at the age of 70 years John Renbourn passed away.
I was very fortunate to be in Banff on Thursday, September 26, 2001.
I was coming off a back packing trip to Mount Assiniboine when I spotted a poster for a concert by John Renbourn at the Banff Centre.
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That was just before I was nailed by the usher.
It was a small price to pay for the opportunity.
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He did have a reputation for living hard and it showed when he shuffled on stage, sat down and had to physically hoist his one leg across his knee to support his guitar.
It was a memorable concert and one that has come flooding back after viewing this attached video.
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They are buried deep in the masses of photos I have taken over the years and I have not been able to find them.
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I did a search on the internet and lo and behold I came up with a link to my original article written at the time.
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While down East it was almost impossible to avoid the Celtic influence in Maritime music.
Often the composer of Folk Songs are not known but in the case of Peter Emberley we know it was written by a Boiesetown, New Brunswick farmer named John Calhoun.
The song is the story of a young man born in 1863 in Alberton, Prince Edward Island.
In 1880 when he was seventeen he left Alberton to find work as a lumberman in the New Brunswick woods of the valley of the South West Miramichi.
For over a century the song has been sung throughout Atlantic Canada and in the lumber camps of Ontario and it has kept alive the memory and story of Peter Emberley.
The melody is a variant of a popular Irish Ballad.
The song spread further afield when Bob Dylan made free use of it in his Ballad of Donald White.
As a side note my paternal grandfather was killed in a similar accident in far away Australia in the early part of the 20th century so the song has a particular resonance for me.
My father was five years old at the time and I never got to know my grandfather.
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After the 1994 genocide, it was ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world.
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The same awareness campaign was taking place around the country — Rwanda has a network of 45,000 community health workers, volunteers who are present in every village.
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Today, she says, parents rarely refuse, now that they can see the widespread acceptance of it in the community.
It was also about the trust the community has in the government.
That was really important — the community knows that we do not bring things that are not good for them.
But, of course, as the HPV vaccine was a new vaccine for a new target group there were many questions.
The vaccine is recommended for girls, and in some countries for boys aged 12 to 13 too, because this is before sexual activity begins, bringing the risk of exposure to HPV.
This has resulted in the vaccine being linked with promiscuity — a belief that vaccinating young girls against an STI sexualises them and encourages sexual activity.
There is no evidence that boys or girls who receive the vaccine have sex earlier than those who do not have the vaccine.
But this concern is one of the reasons that India — a country where more than 67,000 women die from cervical cancer every year — has refused to introduce HPV vaccine into its routine immunisation programme.
They fear that girls will become promiscuous.
This misinformation has spread rapidly, worldwide, on social media.
Coverage has also dropped in parts of Europe, such as Denmark.
https://spin-top-deposit-casinos.site/1/1238.html Ireland, conversely, a targeted social media campaign is reversing a sharp decline in the HPV vaccination rate.
Peter Hotez, a vaccine scientist and dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, agrees that there is a problem in the fears that the vaccine sexualises young girls.
I worry that we will start to export this garbage and it will impact vaccine uptake in Africa.
He is the former chief public health and science officer at Merck who was involved with the Rwanda programme.
It sought to communicate that the vaccine is here to protect young women from cervical cancer.
We rather focused on the side-effects of cervical cancer: that it can cause infertility.
It has turned cervical cancer into an STI, which it is, of course, but we have to be careful.
Now we just talk about it as a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
You cannot with any conscience read article come forward and make the vaccine affordable and create a sustainable vaccination programme.
Rwanda is an incredible country in its commitment to national health.
A major issue, they contended, was that while the burden of cervical go here in the region was substantial, there were far more pressing diseases to vaccinate against, such as tetanus and measles.
When the possibility of prevention exists, writing off women to die of cancer solely because of where they are born is a violation of human rights.
It is less costly to prevent cervical cancer and all its suffering.
The Ministry of Health reports that.
Almost all Rwandan girls attend school, and the systematic inclusion of local and religious leaders, community health workers and teachers in the vaccine delivery strategy has proved highly effective in spreading the message about the benefits of the vaccine and combating myths.
The success in getting girls vaccinated has boosted confidence that the country is making read more progress towards eliminating the disease.
Since 2006, over 80 countries have introduced the HPV vaccine into their routine immunization programmes.
The majority are high-income, from Australia to the United Kingdom to Finland.
These countries also have screening programmes for HPV and are moving from the pap smear test to a more advanced test, taken every five years, that detects high-risk HPV infections before cancer develops.
In Rwanda, before the HPV vaccine was introduced in 2011, there was no cervical cancer screening available in public see more facilities — a few private clinics and NGOs offered it sporadically.
Along with the vaccination programme, Rwanda also launched a national strategic plan for the prevention, control and management of cervical lesions and cancer.
Women are meant to undergo visual inspection of cervix with acetic acid VIA at their please click for source health centre or district hospital.
Done by nurses and doctors, the screening is available to women with HIV aged 30 to 50, and other women aged 35 to 45.
Instead, she tells girls and women that if they experience any symptoms, like pelvic pain or constant menstruation, they should go to the health centre for a check-up.
Given that most cervical cancer cases occur in women in their 40s and 50s, if Rwanda is going to eliminate cervical cancer it will need a robust screening programme that reaches all women — women who have not benefited from the vaccine.
Countries across sub-Saharan Africa and Asia have struggled to implement cervical screening programmes.
This is why the HPV vaccine is so critical: for girls and women in these countries it is their best — and often only — line of defence against the disease.
Eventually, Rwanda will fully finance its HPV vaccine.
Will the country be able to afford this?
What we are doing annually is looking at how we can plan for the next three years.
Gashumba says the Ministry is exploring options to make the vaccination twistcasino sustainable, such as including the vaccine in health insurance.
Whatever the challenges in the future, Rwanda has today achieved remarkably high coverage of the HPV vaccine for girls — an extraordinary public health achievement that should inspire https://spin-top-deposit-casinos.site/1/973.html around the world.
Available vaccines protect against either two, four, or nine types of HPV.
All vaccines protect against at least HPV type 16 and 18 that cause the greatest risk of.
It is estimated that they may prevent 70% of cervical cancer, 80% of60% of40% ofand possibly some.
They additionally prevent some with the vaccines against 4 and 9 HPV types providing greater protection.
The WHO recommends HPV vaccines as part of in all countries, along with other prevention measures.
Vaccinating girls around the ages of nine to thirteen is typically recommended.
The vaccines provide protection for at least 5 to 10 years.
Vaccinating a large portion of the population may also benefit the unvaccinated.
In those already infected the vaccines are not effective.
HPV vaccines are very safe.
Pain at the site of injection occurs in about 80% of people.
Redness and swelling at the site and may also occur.
No link to has been found.
The first HPV vaccine became available in 2006.
As of 2017, 71 countries include it in their routine vaccinations, at least for girls.
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