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Khoomei

Khoomei

Khoomei Хөөмей or Hooliin Chor - Mongolian throat singing also practiced in Inner Mongolia, Tuva and Siberia -...

Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia Αγία Σοφία – Located in present Istanbul, Turkey – A Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal cathedral, built...

Rakugo

Rakugo

Rakugo 落語 – A form of Japanese verbal entertainment, a storyteller (rakugoka) sitting on stage in seiza position.

Nietzsche

Nietzsche

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844 – 1900) – A German philosopher, poet, philologist. Human, All Too Human (1878) –...

Tyrtaeus

Tyrtaeus

Tyrtaeus Τυρταῖος - A Greek lyric poet – Famous for political and military elegies - It is said...

Jugaad

Jugaad

Jugaad or Juggaar जुगाड़ - The art of designing ingenious solutions from scarce financial and energy resources, or...

Gusle

Gusle

Gusle гусле – A single-stringed musical instrument and musical style accompanied by singing - Traditionally from the Dinarides...

Julio Jaramillo

Julio Jaramillo

Julio Jaramillo (1935-1978) - An Ecuadorian singer famous throughout Latin America, for his renditions of pasillos, boleros, valses,...

Petrykivka

Petrykivka

Petrykivka painting ... in Ukraine for "decorating living quarters, household belongings and musical instruments with a style of...

Schemenlaufen

Schemenlaufen

Schemenlaufen, the carnival of Imst - Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity 2010 "...a procession of masked, costumed dancers...

Satish Kumar

Satish Kumar

Satish Kumar (1936-) - Indian activist and editor - Creator of the Schumacher College international centre for ecological...

Mizuhiki

Mizuhiki

Mizuhiki 水引 - A Japanese cord created from rice paper and used for special events (wedding, birth, funeral).

Geisha

Geisha

Geisha 芸者 - A Japanese woman who can perform the ancient traditions of art, dance and singing.

Sutartinės

Sutartinės

Sutartinės, Lithuanian multipart songs - Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity 2010 "...a form of polyphonic music performed by...

Fujara

Fujara

Fujara - An extremely long flute with three finger holes traditionally played by Slovak shepherds - Intangible Cultural...

Garifuna

Garifuna

Language, dance and music of the Garifuna - Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity 2008 “… rich in tales...

Hermitage Museum

Hermitage Museum

The State Hermitage Museum (Госуда́рственный Эрмита́ж) - The second world's largest art museum, located in Saint Petersburg -...

Morna

Morna

Morna - A music and dance genre, sort of lament, the national music of the Cape Verde islands...

Fado

Fado

Fado, urban popular song of Portugal - Intangible Cultural Heritage 2011 "... a Portuguese multicultural synthesis of Afro-Brazilian...

Skansen

Skansen

Skansen - The first open-air museum and zoo in Sweden - Opened on 1891 by Artur Hazelius (1833–1901)…

Capoeira

Capoeira

Capoeira - UNESCO World Intangible Heritage 2014 - An Afro-Brazilian cultural practice (simultaneously a fight and a dance);

Candombe drums

Candombe drums

Candombe and its socio-cultural space: a community practice - Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity 2009 “… the llamadas...

theater

How do we represent "theater" and what place does it take in cultures and societies? How do languages...

cinema

How do we represent "cinema" and what place does it take in cultures and societies? How do languages...

paint

How do we represent "painting" and what place does it take in cultures and societies? How do languages...

music

How do we represent "music" and what place does it take in cultures and societies? How do languages...

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