Wingate by Wyndham Stafford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... After the wedding, at the feast, the newlyweds are congratulated with songs wishing long life, many descendents and prosperity. Villagers sing when they bid farewell to a fellow villager who is immigrating to another country. Mothers put their babies to sleep with nanourismata (lullabies). When someone passes away, he is mourned with moirologia (laments). As Chianis (1988) states, “for village people, music not only serves as a means of ...
... is improvised. The improvisation is done through ornamentation, vocal inflections, and instrumental fills. The majority of the music is based on the ancient yet still relevant concept of musical modes, which can be equated to the western scale. Many of traditional Islamic music has been passed down orally because there was no form of notation until the modern era. The Instruments: Many of the instruments used in ...
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... tagalog, well… makes me want to learn how to speak it a little more grammatically correct haha. We’ll see if I can do that before my next visit.
To think, just a few months ago I decided that I was going to take this trip, and just like that… it’s done. Someone very close to me at one point in my life reminded me that he didn’t believe in coincidences… I don’t think I do either. I believe in God and with God, there ...
We leave for Brazil tomorrow morning, and while Santa may not be coming, the anticipation is like a child on Christmas Eve. Visions of acerola and rice and beans dance through my head. This will be my fourth mission in Brazil and it is no less exciting.
We will be traveling ...