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terça-feira, Setembro 26, 2006

Ao que isto chegou! 

25.9.06 Ao que isto chegou! Até o professor de Religião e Moral do meu sobrinho diz palavrões nas aulas...

Dmitry Shostakovich - Centenário do Nascimento: 25-09-1906 

Dmitri Dmitrievich Shostakovich listen (help·info) (Russian: Дми́трий Дми́триевич Шостако́вич, Dmitrij Dmitrijevič Šostakovič) (September 25 [O.S. September 12] 1906August 9, 1975) was a Russian composer of the Soviet period. He had a complex relationship with the Soviet government, suffering two official denunciations of his music in 1936 and 1948 and the periodic banning of his work. At the same time, he remained the most popular Soviet composer of his generation and received a number of accolades and state awards, and served in the Supreme Soviet. After an initial avant-garde period, Shostakovich wrote primarily in the romantic idiom, drawing heavily on the influence of Mahler. However, he combined this with atonality and on occasion tone rows. His music frequently includes sharp contrasts and elements of the grotesque. His greatest works are generally considered to be his symphonies and string quartets, fifteen of each; other works include operas, six concertos and a substantial quantity of film music. Laurel Fay concludes in Grove that:

Suite for 2 Pianos in F sharp minor, Op. 6

• Performers: Jeremy Brown (Piano), Seta Tanyel (Piano)

quinta-feira, Setembro 21, 2006

Torpark: Anonymizer, SafeSharing, InvisibleIP, SecretSurfer 

Anonymity and the InternetWhen communicating with others over the Internet, it is frequently preferred to not use any sort of identifiable handle (such as a 'user name' or other arbitrary way of identifying who is speaking). The most popular worldwide example of this is within the Japanese forum 2channel. A common joke is that the poster 'Anonymous' is actually one person, which is obviously impossible given the number of posts attributed to that name. The forum prides itself on the total anonymity of those who post to the channel. The administrators of 2channel see the anonymous posting as a real benefit to those who post to the forum, because it is the argument, not the credibility of the author, that is being debated. This is in stark contrast to other Internet forums, such as Slashdot. In Slashdot-style forums, the ability to post anonymously is available, but other users of the forum tend to hold the content of the post in a lower regard than they would if the same post was sent by a user with a registered username. The Slashdot forum encourages this tendency by attributing posts like this to 'Anonymous Coward,' implying that the poster lacks the courage to stand by his or her statement.When sending messages over the Internet, many people enjoy a sense of anonymity (or at least pseudonymity). Many popular systems, such as Usenet, e-mail, instant messaging, web forums, and P2P systems, foster this perception because there is often no obvious way for a casual user to connect other users with a 'real world' identity.On a technical level, all computers on the Internet use the Internet Protocol to speak to each other. Two-way communication at the protocol level requires that both parties know the IP address of the other. If communications are logged (for example, by the owner of a web-based bulletin board) or intercepted, the IP address of otherwise anonymous recipients may be discovered. Sometimes IP addresses are exposed directly as a feature of the communication system (often the case on Internet Relay Chat networks; also true for 'anonymous' Wikipedia editors). Casual users often do not feel that knowledge of their IP address is enough for other participants to connect their online activities to their 'real world' identities. Depending on their technical, physical, and legal access, a determined party (such a government prosecutor, or plaintiff in a lawsuit, or a determined stalker) may be able to do so, especially if they are assisted by the records of the Internet Service Provider which has assigned the IP address. Some IP addresses represent a specific computer. Others, due to proxies and Network Address Translation may represent any number of computers or users. It is usually easy to identify which ISP assigned the address, and this may reveal some identifying information about a person, such as geographic location or with the use of geo software the affiliation with a certain organization.To achieve strong anonymity, intermediate services may be employed to thwart attempts at identification, even by governments. These attempt to use cryptography, passage through multiple legal jurisdictions, and various methods to thwart traffic analysis to achieve this. Examples include anonymous remailers, Anonymous P2P systems, and services of the Anonymizer company, among others.A more recent approach in internet anonymity involves the use of an onion router such as Tor. Onion routers send information over encrypted protocols to several intermediate computers around the world in order to make identification more difficult.This has been countered with advances in text analysis, in which the identity of a writer is determined by comparing the writing style of a piece to styles of pieces in which the author is known. Filetype description: This is an unknown file type. It can be virtualy anything, like picture, image, photo, audio, music, video, movie, or some program or application. Be sure to scan the file for viruses before opening it.

IX Festival Internacional de Órgão de Lisboa 

IX Festival Internacional de Órgão de Lisboa- 21 de Setembro a 9 de Outubro - Com entrada livre em todos os concertos, o Festival Internacional de Órgão de Lisboa, na nona edição, oferece, entre os dias 21 de Setembro e 9 de Outubro, um vasto programa de concertos em várias igrejas de Lisboa, Mafra e Linda-a-Velha.Programa Quinta-feira, 21 de Setembro, 21:30h, Sé Patriarcal de Lisboa Concerto de Abertura De Profundis João Vaz – órgão António Duarte – órgão Elizabeth Davis - percussão Concertus Antiquus Victor Roque Amaro – direcção Sexta-feira, 22 de Setembro, 18:30h, Igreja São Vicente de Fora Jan Willem Jansen – órgão João Vaz - órgão José Luis González Uriol – órgão Sexta-feira, 22 de Setembro, 21:30h, Basílica da Estrela Reinhard Jaud – órgão Maurizio Croci – órgão Mario Penzar – órgão Sábado, 23 de Setembro, 18:30h, Igreja Evangélica Alemã Jean Ferrard – órgão Frank van Wijk – órgão Dietrich Wagler – órgão Sábado, 23 de Setembro, 21:30h, Sé Patriarcal de Lisboa Andrea Marcon – órgão Hans Davidsson – órgão Roberto Antonello – órgão Concertos integrados na Reunião Anual ECHO(European Cities of Historic Organs) Domingo, 24 de Setembro, 17:30h, Basílica do Palácio Nacional de Mafra Concerto a 2 Órgãos Maurizio Croci – órgão Maurizio Salerno – órgão Terça-feira, 26 de Setembro, 21:30h, Basílica da Estrela W.A. Mozart nasceu há 250 anos Álvaro Pinto – violino Luís Santos – violino Filipe Quaresma – violoncelo Duncan Fox – contrabaixo Rui Paiva – órgão Quinta-feira, 28 de Setembro, 10h/13h-15h/18h, Igreja de São Vicente de Fora Masterclass de Órgão Frescobaldi – Escola Italiana do Seiscentos Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini Sexta-feira, 29 de Setembro, 21:30h, Igreja de São Vicente de Fora Música Italiana Luigi FerdinandoTagliavini – órgão Sábado, 30 de Setembro, 10h/13h-15h/18h, Igreja de São Luís dos Franceses Masterclass de Órgão Escola Romântica francesa Daniel Roth Sábado, 30 de Setembro, 21:30h, Igreja de Nossa Senhora do Cabo Johann Pachelbel no tricentenário da sua morte João Vaz – órgão Pachelbel Ensemble Pedro Teixeira - direcção Domingo, 1 de Outubro, 16:30h, Sé Patriarcal de Lisboa Música Romântica Daniel Roth – órgão Quinta-feira, 5 de Outubro – 21:30h, Igreja de São Luís dos Franceses Action de Grâces O Simbolismo na Música francesa antes de 1939 Ana Leonor Pereira – soprano João Pedro Fonseca - flauta António Esteireiro – órgão Sexta-feira, 6 de Outubro – 14:00h às 19:00h, Igreja Evangélica Alemã Dia ECHO Festa Europeia do Órgão Sexta-feira, 6 de Outubro – 21:30h, Sé Patriarcal de Lisboa Johann Sebastian Bach Ludger Lohmann – órgão Sábado, 7 de Outubro – 21:30h, Sé Patriarcal de Lisboa Paisagens da Música Espanhola para Órgão Nacho Ribas Taléns – órgão Domingo, 8 de Outubro –12:00h, Basílica da Estrela Missa do Festival Concertus Antiquus Sérgio Silva – órgão Victor Roque Amaro – direcção Segunda-feira, 9 de Outubro –21:30h, Sé Patriarcal de Lisboa Concerto de Encerramento W.A. Mozart nasceu há 250 anos Ana Ferraz –soprano Susana Teixeira – meio-soprano João Rodrigues – tenor Hugo Oliveira – barítono Antoine Sibertin-Blanc - órgão Coro de Câmara de Lisboa Sinfonietta de Lisboa Vasco Pearce de Azevedo – direcção Mais informações: Juventude Musical Portuguesa Av. da Liberdade nº 13 - 2º Dtº 1250 - 139 Lisboa Tel.: 21 357 31 31 Fax.: 21 354 33 30 E-mail: jmp@jmp.pt

sábado, Setembro 16, 2006


Joana Carneiro conductor JOANA CARNEIRO has attracted considerable attention as an outstanding young conductor. She took up her position with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the beginning of the 2004/05 season, and has been promoted to Assistant Conductor as of Fall 2006. In the 2005/06 season, Carneiro also took up a new position, as Principal Guest Conductor of the Metropolitan Orchestra of Lisbon. As a finalist of the 2002 Maazel-Vilar Conductor's Competition at Carnegie Hall, Carneiro was recognized by the jury for demonstrating a level of potential that holds great promise for her future career. Since then, her profile has grown quickly both in the U.S. and Europe, and recent engagements have included performances with the Gulbenkian Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Santa Rosa Symphony, the Algarve Symphony, and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra. Joana Carneiro has recently completed her tenure as Music Director of the Los Angeles Debut Orchestra. In past seasons Carneiro served as Music Director of the Campus Philharmonia Orchestra (Michigan), and as Assistant Conductor of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. She has also conducted the Frankfurt Radio Symphony, the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, the Macau Chamber Orchestra and the Beijing Orchestra at the International Musica Festival of Macau, the Portuguese National Symphony Orchestra, and the Beiras Philharmonic Orchestra. A native of Lisbon, Joana Carneiro began her musical studies as a violist before receiving her conducting degree from the Academia Nacional Superior de Orquestra in Lisbon. Carneiro received her master's degree in orchestral conducting from Northwestern University, and she is currently pursuing her doctorate with a full scholarship at the University of Michigan, where she studies conducting with Kenneth Kiesler. In March 2004, Carneiro was decorated by the President of the Portuguese Republic, Jorge Sampaio, with the Commendation of the Order of the Infante Dom Henrique. http://mulheresvida.blogspot.com/ http://www.rfi.fr/actues/articles/080/article_1737.asp

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