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설명 Tutto è disposto - KV 492 (26) FIGARO Recitativo Tutto è disposto: l'ora Dovrebbe esser vicina, io sento gente … È dessa ... non è alcun ... buia è la notte … Ed io comincio omai A fare il scimunito Mestiere di marito ... Ingrata! nel momento Della mia cerimonia ... Ei godeva Ieggendo, e nel vederlo Io rideva di me senza saperlo. fra sé Oh Susanna, Susanna, Quanta pena mi costi! Con quell'ingenua faccia ... Con quegli occhi innocenti ... Chi creduto l’avria! Ah che il fidarsi a donna è ognor follia. Aria Aprite un po’ quegli occhi, Uomini incauti e sciocchi. Guardate queste femmine, Guardate cosa son. Queste chiamate Dee Dagli ingannate sensi, A cui tributa incensi La debole ragion. Son streghe che incantano Per farci penar. Sirene che cantano Per farci affogar; Civette che allettano Per trarci le piume. Comete che brillano Per toglierci il lume. Son rose spinose, Son volpi vezzose, Son orse benigne, Colombe maligne, Maestre d'inganni. Amiche d'affanni Che fingono, mentono, Ch’amore non sentono, Non senton pietà. Il resto nol dico. Già ognuno lo sa. MIDI http://blog.naver.com/dbwhaud/220672838556
http://www.ted.com Physicist and surfer Garrett Lisi presents a controversial new model of the universe that -- just maybe -- answers all the big questions. If nothing else, it's the most beautiful 8-dimensional model of elementary particles and forces you've ever seen. Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/tednews Checkout our Facebook page for TED exclusives https://www.facebook.com/TED
The story and legacy of Rav Berg, 1927-2013 For more videos, visit http://university.kabbalah.com Rav Berg was born in New York City to a family of spiritual scholars and teachers. After many years of traditional religious study, he was ordained as a rabbi at Torah VaDaat. A businessman who wanted to make a difference in this world, he was always searching for his true path. Upon a chance meeting with Rav Yehuda Brandwein, one of the greatest kabbalists of the 20th century, Rav Berg knew he had found his teacher, and traded in his business life for an opportunity to study with Rav Brandwein at The Kabbalah Centre in Israel. After he returned to New York, Rav Berg maintained a written correspondence with Rav Brandwein who passed on his legacy as director of The Kabbalah Centre to Rav Berg in a letter before he passed away. Upon receiving the responsibility from his teacher, Rav Berg made it his life’s mission to preserve, unveil, and make relevant the historic kabbalistic texts. He continued the legacy of The Kabbalah Centre by editing, writing, printing and distributing all that he learned from his teacher so that it could be shared with others. Rav Berg made the study of Kabbalah available to all by creating a foundational program to teach all its core concepts and help students formulate a greater cognitive awareness of the spiritual system of the universe. His book, 'Kabbalah for the Layman', was the revolutionary step that made Kabbalah accessible to every person. Rav Berg’s other books include 'Consciousness and the Cosmos', 'Navigating the Universe', 'The Kabbalah Connection', 'Energy of the Hebrew Letters', 'Immortality', 'The Power of You', 'Wheels of a Soul', 'Taming Chaos', and 'Education of a Kabbalist'. He and his wife, Karen Berg, opened the doors of The Kabbalah Centre to all who desire to learn these universal principles. Following Rav Berg’s passing in September 2013, Karen continues their work and vision as leader of The Kabbalah Centre.
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The Three Witches or Weird Sisters are characters in William Shakespeare's play Macbeth (c. 1603--1607). Their origin lies in Holinshed's Chronicles (1587), a history of England, Scotland and Ireland. Other possible sources influencing their creation aside from Shakespeare's own imagination include British folklore, contemporary treatises on witchcraft including King James I and VI's Daemonologie, Scandinavian legends of the Norns, and ancient classical myths concerning the Fates, the Greek myths of the Moirai and the Roman myths of the Parcae. Portions of Thomas Middleton's play The Witch were incorporated into Macbeth around 1618. Shakespeare's witches are prophets who hail the general Macbeth early in the play with predictions of his rise as king. Upon committing regicide and taking the throne of Scotland, Macbeth hears the trio deliver ambiguous prophecies threatening his downfall. The witches' dark and contradictory natures, their "filthy" trappings and activities, as well as their intercourse with the supernatural all set an ominous tone for the play. In the eighteenth century the witches were portrayed in a variety of ways by artists such as Henry Fuseli. Since then, their role has proven somewhat difficult for many directors to portray, due to the tendency to make their parts exaggerated or overly sensational. Some have adapted the original Macbeth into different cultures, as in Orson Welles's performance making the witches voodoo priestesses. Film adaptations have seen the witches transformed into characters familiar to the modern world, such as hippies on drugs or goth schoolgirls. Their influence reaches the literary realm as well in such works as The Third Witch and the Harry Potter series. Come and Go, a short play written in 1965 by Samuel Beckett, recalls the Three Witches of Shakespeare's Macbeth. It features only three characters, all women, named Flo, Vi, and Ru. The opening line: "When did we three last meet?"  recalls the "When shall we three meet again?" of Macbeth: Act 1, Scene 1. The Third Witch, a 2001 novel written by Rebecca Reisert, tells the story of the play through the eyes of a young girl named Gilly, one of the witches. Gilly seeks Macbeth's death out of revenge for killing her father. J. K. Rowling has cited the Three Witches in Shakespeare's Macbeth as an influence in her Harry Potter series. In an interview with The Leaky Cauldron and MuggleNet, when asked, "What if [ Voldemort ] never heard the prophecy?", she said, "It's the 'Macbeth' idea. I absolutely adore 'Macbeth.' It is possibly my favourite Shakespeare play. And that's the question isn't it? If Macbeth hadn't met the witches, would he have killed Duncan? Would any of it have happened? Is it fated or did he make it happen? I believe he made it happen." On her website, she referred to Macbeth again in discussing the prophecy: "the prophecy (like the one the witches make to Macbeth, if anyone has read the play of the same name) becomes the catalyst for a situation that would never have occurred if it had not been made." More playfully, Rowling also invented a musical band popular in the Wizarding world called The Weird Sisters that appears in passing in several books in the series as well as the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The third Harry Potter movie's soundtrack featured a song by John Williams called "Double Trouble", a reference to the witches' line, "Double double, toil and trouble". The lyrics of the song were adapted from the Three Witches' spell in the play. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_witches