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Academic year

School holidays are periods during which schools are closed or not to the classes and other mandatory events. Dates and periods of school holidays vary considerably around the world, and there is usually some variation even within the same jurisd ...

                                               

Vacation (disambiguation)

Vacation or leisure holiday trip or vacation for leisure and entertainment, culture, or religious purposes. Vacation may also refer to:

                                               

Campsite

Camping or camping is a place to sleep outdoors. English in the UK, the camping area is usually divided into several fields, where you can camp overnight using tents or camper vans and caravans, this British English word is synonymous with the Am ...

                                               

Cottage

A cottage is typically a small house. It can carry the connotation of old or ancient mansion. In the modern sense, a cottage is usually a modest, often cosy dwelling, typically in a rural or semi-rural areas. The word architecture comes from Engl ...

                                               

Cottage (disambiguation)

Cottage club of the University, one of the ten eating clubs at Princeton University. Cheese, variety cheese, cottage cheese. Cottage, slang for a public toilet, used as gay slang 1960-ies, see Cottaging. Cottage industry, subcontractors that oper ...

                                               

Cooks' Cottage

Cooks cottage, formerly known as captain cooks Cottage is situated in Fitzroy gardens, Melbourne, Australia. The cottage was constructed in 1755 in the English town of great Ayton, North Yorkshire, parents of captain James cook, James and grace c ...

                                               

President Lincoln's Cottage at the Soldiers' Home

President Lincoln and soldiers home national monument, sometimes shortened to President Lincolns cottage is a national monument on the territory of the soldiers home, known today as Armed Forces nursing. It is located close to Brooklands driving. ...

                                               

Cottaging

The cottages is a gay slang term originating from the United Kingdom, referring to anonymous sex between men in a public toilet, or on the hunt for sexual partners for sex elsewhere. The term has its roots in Autonomous English toilets, resemblin ...

                                               

Cottage country

Cottage country is a common name in the canadian province of Ontario, and other regions of the country, for areas that are popular places for recreation and entertainment, including properties such as cottages and summer homes. Cottage country is ...

                                               

Swimsuit

A swimsuit is an item of clothing designed to wear in water-based activity or water sports such as swimming, diving and surfing, or sun-oriented activities such as sunbathing. Different types can be worn by men, women and children. The leotard ca ...

                                               

Leotard

A leotard is a unisex skin-tight one-piece garment that covers the body from the crotch to the shoulder. Clothing first made famous by the French acrobat performer Jules leotard. There are sleeveless, short-sleeved and tights. Option is a jumpsui ...

                                               

Musical instrument

A musical instrument is a device created or adapted to make musical sounds. In principle, any object that produces sound can be considered a musical instrument - it is through purpose that the object becomes a musical instrument. The history of m ...

                                               

Azerbaijani musical instruments

Azerbaijani folk musical instruments designed for the emotional color, rhythm, tempo and artistic features of traditional Azerbaijani music. In addition, he got through a very long historical path of development, and carried many characteristic f ...

                                               

List of Chinese musical instruments

Chinese musical instruments traditionally grouped into eight categories, known as bark. The eight categories: silk, bamboo, wood, stone, metal, clay, gourd and leather. There are other tools that may not correspond to those groups. This is one of ...

                                               

List of Mongolian musical instruments

This article presents a survey on various, mostly traditional musical instruments of ancient and current Mongolia. Documents of Western origin, such as piano and trumpet, are excluded.

                                               

String instrument

Stringed instruments, Stringed instruments, or chordophones are musical instruments that produce sound from the strings when the performer plays or sounds of the strings or otherwise. Musicians playing some stringed instruments, plucking the stri ...

                                               

Bowed string instrument

Bowed string instruments are a subcategory of string instruments that are played by a bow rubbing the strings. Bow rubbing the string causes vibration which the instrument emits sound. Arab rabāb is the earliest known bowed instrument and the anc ...

                                               

Plucked string instrument

Plucked string instruments are a subcategory of string instruments that are played plucking the strings. Plucking is a way to pull and release the line so to give him a boost, which causes the strings to vibrate. Plucking can be done with the fin ...

                                               

Wind instrument

Wind instrument is a musical instrument that contains some type of resonator in which a column of air which is set in vibration by the player blowing into a mouthpiece set At or near the end of the resonator. In the field of vibration is determin ...

                                               

Brass instrument

Wind instrument is a musical instrument that produces sound through sympathetic vibration of air in tubular resonator in sympathy with the vibration of the players lips. Brass instruments are also called labrosones, literally meaning "lip vibrate ...

                                               

Woodwind instrument

Wind instruments-the family of musical instruments within the more General category of wind instruments. Common examples include flute, clarinet, oboe, saxophone and bassoon. There are two main types of woodwind instruments: flutes and reed instr ...

                                               

Percussion instrument

A percussion instrument is a musical instrument that sounds when damaged or scraped by a beater including attached or enclosed beaters or rattles struck, scraped or rubbed, either manually or hit another similar tool. The percussion family is bel ...

                                               

Keyboard instrument

Keyboard instrument is a musical instrument played using keyboard a series of levers that are pressed against the fingers. The most common ones are piano, organ, and various electronic keyboard instruments, including synthesizers and digital pian ...

                                               

Viola

The viola is a stringed instrument which is bowed and played with different techniques. It is slightly larger than the violin and has a more low and deep sound. From the 18th century, it was the middle or Alto voice of the violin family, between ...

                                               

Violin

The violin is sometimes known as the gherkin, is a wooden string instrument in the violin family. Most violins have a hollow wooden body. This is the smallest and the most high pitched instrument in the family in regular use. Less violin-type ins ...

                                               

Cello

The cello and the cello is a bowed string instrument from the family of violins. Its four strings are usually tuned by pure fifth: low to high, with 2, g 2, g 3 and 3, an octave below the viola. Music for cello is usually written in the bass key, ...

                                               

Viol

Viola da Gamba, or Gamba informally, any one of a family of bowed, plucked and stringed instruments with hollow wooden bodies and pegboxes where the string tension can be increased or decreased to adjust the height of each string. Frets on viols, ...

                                               

Resort (disambiguation)

Resort-a place for relaxation or recreation, attracting visitors for holidays or vacations. Resort may also refer to: Resort air, former name of TRANS States airlines. Resort Township, Michigan. (Курортный Городок, Мичиган) Beach wear, clothing s ...

                                               

Resort architecture

Resort architecture or architecture Bader is an architectural style that is especially characteristic of spas and seaside resorts on the Baltic coast. The style has evolved since the founding in 1793 in Heiligendamm and flourished, especially in ...

                                               

Skiing

Skiing is a means of transport using skis to glide on snow. Variations can serve as basic transportation, recreational activities or competitive winter sports. Many types of competitive skiing events are recognized by the International Olympic Co ...

                                               

Mangal (barbecue)

The word "barbecue" is derived from the Arabic word منقل manqal means "portable" and originally referred to portable indoor heaters are mostly replaced by Western-type stoves. Grill typically used for grilling various cuts of meat, such as steak, ...

                                               

Naturism

Naturism, or nudism, is a cultural practice movement, propaganda and the protection of personal and public nudity not all, but most of which takes place on private property. The term also refers to a lifestyle based on personal, family or social ...

                                               

Naturism (disambiguation)

Naturism, sometimes called nudism, is a cultural and political movement advocates social nudity in both public and private facilities, as well as way of life in harmony with nature and others as expressed by social nudity. Naturism can also be us ...

                                               

Furlough

In the United States, the release is a temporary release of employees due to special needs of the company or the employer that may be due to economic conditions at a particular enterprise or in the economy as a whole. These involuntary furloughs ...

                                               

Vacation

A vacation or holiday is a vacation from a regular occupation, or a specific trip or journey, usually for recreation or tourism. People often take vacation during certain holiday observances, for specific festivals or celebrations. Vacations are ...

                                               

Garden house

Garden house may refer to: A small building in the garden, for example, stupidity or shed. The house, built in accordance with the provisions of special legislation USU. in Scandinavia, for example, Friggebod. Garden house, Outdoor garden near Bu ...

                                               

Skewer

A skewer is a thin metal or wood stick used to hold pieces of food together. The word is sometimes used as a synonym to indicate the entire food item served on a skewer, as in "chicken skewers". Skewers are used for grilling or roasting meat and ...

                                               

Jumping stilts

Jumping stilts or spring stilts the special stilts that allow the user to run, jump and perform various acrobatic stunts. Spring stilts using fiberglass leaf springs were patented in the USA in 2004 under the trademark "PowerSkip", designed for r ...

                                               

Baryton

The baritone is a bowed string instrument similar to the harp, but has an extra set of strings. He was in regular use in Europe until the late 18th century.

                                               

Harp

The harp is a stringed musical instrument that has multiple individual strings running at an angle to its soundboard, the strings are plucked with the fingers.

                                               

Balalaika

Balalaika-Russian stringed musical instrument with a characteristic triangular wooden, hollow body, burned neck and three strings. Two strings are usually tuned to the same note and the third string is a perfect fourth higher. The higher the soun ...

                                               

Domra

In 1896, a student of Vasily Vasilievich Andreyev found a broken instrument in a stable in rural Russia. It was believed that this tool could be an example domra, although there are no illustrations or examples of traditional domra was known in R ...

                                               

Oud

The Oud is a short neck lute-type, pear-shaped string instrument with 11 or 13 rows grouped into 5 or 6 dishes, often used primarily in Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Kurdistan, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, Armenia, Greece, Turke ...

                                               

Gusli

For single-stringed instrument see Gusle. The harp is the oldest East Slavic multi-stringed instrument belonging to the family of zithers, because its strings parallel to its Board resonance. Its roots lie in the city of Veliky Novgorod in Novgor ...

                                               

Guitar

Guitar is a musical instrument with stucco, which usually has six strings. It is usually played with both hands strumming or plucking the strings or a guitar pick or the fingers / nails of one hand, simultaneously pungent with the fingers of the ...

                                               

Lute

A lute is any plucked string instrument with a neck and deep round back enclosing a cavity, usually with a sound hole or opening in the housing. More specifically, the term "lute" can refer to an instrument from the family of European lutes. This ...

                                               

Bouzouki

Bouzouki, also spelled buzuki or buzuci, is a musical instrument popular in Greece. He is a member of the family of long-necked lute with a round body with a flat top and a long neck with a carved overlay. It has steel strings and is played with ...

                                               

Mandolin

Mandolin-a stringed musical instrument of the lute family and is usually plucked with a plectrum. It usually has four double courses of metal strings tuned in unison, although five or six versions also exist. Courses are typically tuned in the se ...

                                               

Sitar

The sitar is a plucked stringed instrument, native to the Indian subcontinent, used in Indian classical music. This instrument was invented in medieval India and reached its heyday in the 16th and 17th centuries and arrived at its present form in ...

                                               

Helicon (instrument)

Helikon-wind musical instrument in the family of TUI. Most of them are B ♭ basses, but they also commonly exist in E ♭, F, and tenor sizes, as well as other types to a lesser degree. In by a sousaphone is a specialized version of the Helicon. Fir ...

                                               

Tenor horn

Tenor horn wind instrument in the saxhorn family and usually pitched in e ♭. It has a hole, which is mostly tapered like a flugelhorn, baritone horn, and normally uses a deep, cornet-like mouthpiece. It is most commonly used in British brass band ...

                                               

French horn

The French horn is a wind instrument made of pipes, wrapped in spiral with a flared bell. Double horn in F / ♭ B this horn is most often used by players in professional orchestras and ensembles. A musician who plays the French horn is known as ho ...

                                               

Trumpet

The trumpet is a musical instrument commonly used in classical and jazz ensembles. A group of pipe varies from the pipe-band with the highest register in the brass family, bass trumpet, which is pitched one octave below the standard b flat or tub ...

                                               

Trombone

The trombone is musical instrument in the brass family. Like all brass instruments, sound is produced when the players vibrating lips cause the air column inside the instrument vibrate. Nearly all trombones have a mechanism, telescopic slide, dep ...

                                               

Beach

A beach is a landform along the water, which consists of free particles. The particles comprising the beach are usually made from rock, such as sand, gravel, pebbles, stones. Particles can also be of biological origin, for example, clam shells or ...

                                               

Tuba

The tuba is the lowest pitched musical instruments in the brass family. Like all brass instruments, sound is produced by vibration of the lips into a large mouthpiece. He first appeared in the mid 19th century making it one of the new instruments ...

                                               

Pipe (instrument)

The trumpet is the instrument tubular wind in General or various specific instruments. Words-onomatopoeia, and comes from sound, which can sound like a bird chirping.

                                               

Olifant (instrument)

Olifant was the name applied in the Middle ages to ivory hunting horns made from elephants tusks. One of the most famous Olifants belonged to the legendary Frankish knight Roland, the hero of the song of Roland. In the Song of Roland carries his ...

                                               

Bansuri

In bansuri is a side-flute a native of the Indian subcontinent. This aerophone, made of bamboo, used in Indian classical music. This is called Nadi and tunava in the rig Veda and other Vedic texts of Hinduism. Its importance and operation were di ...

                                               

Flute

The flute Is family of musical instrument woodwind group. Unlike woodwind instruments with reeds, a flute Is an aerophone or reedless wind instrument that produces its sound from the flow of air through the holes. On the classification of instrum ...

                                               

Bass clarinet

Bass clarinet is a musical instrument from the family of clarinets. Like the more common soprano B ♭ clarinet, it is usually pitched in a ♭ B, but it plays notes an octave below the soprano B ♭ clarinet. Bass clarinets in other sections, especial ...

                                               

Clarinet

The clarinet is a family of woodwind instruments. He was a single-reed mouthpiece, a straight cylindrical tube with a nearly cylindrical bore and flared bell. The man who plays the clarinet is called a clarinetist. While the similarity in sound b ...

                                               

Clarinette d'amour

In Damour, the clarinet is a musical instrument, a family member of the clarinet. In comparison with the B ♭ soprano clarinet in Damour was a similar shape and construction, but was larger, usually pitched in G. However, it had proportionally sma ...

                                               

Didgeridoo

The didgeridoo is a wind instrument. Didgeridoo-developed by aborigines of Northern Australia, probably in the last 1.000 years, and is now used worldwide. The title of the document Yolngu peoples is yiḏaki, or more recently, some mandapul, in We ...

                                               

Piccolo

Piccolo is a half size flute and a member of the family of wind musical instruments. The modern Piccolo has the same fingerings as its brother, the standard transverse flute, but the sound it produces is an octave higher than written. This gave r ...

                                               

Recorder (musical instrument)

The recorder is a woodwind musical instrument in the group known as internal duct flutes - flutes with a whistle mouthpiece, also known as fipple flutes. A recorder can be distinguished from other duct flutes by the presence of a thumb-hole for t ...

                                               

Double flute

The double flute Is a wind instrument with two resonant pipes or tubes played simultaneously. Some forms of double flute include: Indian pungi. (Индийский pungi) The ancient Greek aulos. Bulgarian dvoyanka. (Болгарский dvoyanka) Russian double fl ...

                                               

Dizi (instrument)

In dizi, Chinese transverse flute. It is also sometimes called Di or hengdi, and varieties, including qǔdi and bāngdi. It is a major Chinese musical instrument, which is widely used in many genres of Chinese folk music, Chinese Opera and modern C ...

                                               

Pan flute

Pan flute is a musical instrument based principle closed tube, consisting of several pipes of gradually increasing length. Several varieties of pan flute, was popular as a folk instrument. Pipe usually made of bamboo, giant cane, or local reeds. ...

                                               

Nai (pan flute)

Nai, as a rule, not less than 20 pipes made of bamboo or cane. They are arranged in a curved array, which will increase the speed of the game. As a rule, longer, lower pipe on the right. The height of each pipe is adjusted with beeswax, usually N ...

                                               

Ney

Ney, its the end of the flute that figures prominently in middle Eastern music. In some of these musical traditions, it is the only used wind instrument. It was played continuously for 4.500–5.000 years, making it one of the oldest musical instru ...

                                               

Vessel flute

Flute vessel is a type of flute and organ, which acts as a Helmholtz resonator. The body is a vessel-shaped, not a tube-or cone-shaped. Most flutes have a cylindrical or conical hole examples: flute, musical instrument type oboe. Vessel flutes ha ...

                                               

Oboe

The oboe is a double woodwind instrument. Oboes are usually made of wood, but can also be made from synthetic materials such as plastic, resin, or hybrid composites. The most common plays the oboe in the treble or soprano range. Soprano oboe meas ...

                                               

Duduk

DUDUK or tsiranapokh that means" "apricot" is made Clarin” is an ancient Armenian double woodwind instrument made of apricot wood. It is indigenous in Armenia. Variants of the DUDUK in other regions of the Caucasus and the Middle East, including ...

                                               

Saxophone

The saxophone is a wind instrument usually made of brass and played with single reed mouthpiece. Although most saxophones are made from brass, they are classified as woodwind instruments because the sound from the vibrating reed, traditionally ma ...

                                               

Jew's harp

The Jews harp also known as jaw harp, mouth harp, tinsel, guimbard, khomus, Jews, trump Ozark harp Galician, or murchunga is a lamellophone instrument, consisting of a flexible metal or bamboo tongue or reed attached to the frame. The Jews harp c ...

                                               

Saratovskaya garmonika

In the Saratov harmonica, named after the Russian city of Saratov, is a colorful variant on the standard one row push-pull diatonic button accordion. The main distinguishing characteristic of this little folk accordion is that it plays the tonic ...

                                               

Glass harmonica

Glass harmonica, also known as the glass harmonica, the glass harmony, bowl organ, hydrocrystalophone, or simply the harmonic and harmonics, this is the type of musical instrument that uses a series of glass bowls or goblets graduated in size to ...

                                               

Piano accordion

A piano accordion is an accordion equipped with a right-hand keyboard similar to a piano or organ. Its acoustic mechanism is more that an organ than a piano, as they are both wind instruments, but the term "accordion" - coined by Guido Deiro in 1 ...

                                               

Melodica

Accordion is a free reed instrument, similar to a pump organ and harmonica. It has a musical keyboard on top, and is played by blowing air through the mouthpiece, which is inserted into the hole in the side of the unit. Pressing a key opens a hol ...

                                               

Bayan (accordion)

The Bayan is a type of chromatic button accordion developed in Russia in the early 20th century and named after 11th-century bard Boyan.

                                               

Tambourine

The tambourine is a musical instrument in the percussion family consisting of a frame, often of wood or plastic, with pairs of small metal Jingles, called "zills". Classically the term tambourine denotes an instrument with a plastic, although som ...

                                               

Dhol

Dhol can refer to any of a number of similar types of double-headed drum widely used, with regional variations, throughout the Indian subcontinent. Its range of distribution in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan primarily includes Northern areas such ...

                                               

Ipu

IPU is a percussion instrument made from a gourd, which is often used to provide rhythm for the dance of hula. There are two types of IPU, the IPU heke, which is made of one carve a pumpkin on top. Both are made from pumpkin, which were dried, ho ...

                                               

Kanjira

In kanjira, khanjira, khanjiri or ganjira, a South Indian drum, is an instrument of the tambourine family. As a folk and Bhajan instruments, it has been used in India for many centuries. It was modified to cradle the drum with one pair of Jingles ...

                                               

Daf

DAF is a large Persian and Arab drum used in popular and classical music. The frame is usually made of hardwood with many metal ringlets attached, and the membrane, as a rule, fish skin or plastic, but to use other skin types, such as cows and go ...

                                               

Davul

In davul, Tapan, atabal, or tabl is a large double-headed drum that is played with mallets. He has many names depending on the country and region. These drums are often used in music of the Middle East. These drums have both a deep bass and thin ...

                                               

Bongo drum

Bongs Afro-Cuban percussion instrument consisting of a pair of small open bottomed drums of different sizes. In Spain, the big drum is called the hembra and the smaller macho. Along with conga, or tumbadora, and to a lesser extent, Bata drum, bon ...

                                               

Taal (instrument)

Taal, manjira, the name of jalra, or Jeanie is a pair of clash cymbals that make high-pitched percussion. In its simplest form it consists of a pair of small hand cymbals. The word is a term derived from the Sanskrit word Tālà, which literally me ...

                                               

Claves

The clave is a percussion instrument consisting of a pair of short dowels in the thickness of 20-30 mm. they are Traditionally made of wood, typically rosewood, ebony or grenadilla. In modern times they are also made of fiberglass or plastic. Whe ...

                                               

Cowbell (instrument)

Bell is a idiophone hand percussion instrument used in various styles of music including salsa and often in popular music. It is named after the similar bell used by shepherds to track the location of cows.

                                               

Tubular bells

Tubular bells are musical instruments in the percussion family. Their sound is reminiscent of Church bells, Carillon, or bell tower, of the original tubular bells was made to duplicate the sound of Church bells in the ensemble. Each bell is a met ...

                                               

Timpani

Drums and kettledrums, musical instruments percussion family. Drum type are classified as hemispherical drum, they consist of a membrane, called a head stretched over a large bowl traditionally made of copper. Most modern timpani are timpani peda ...

                                               

Spoon (musical instrument)

Spoons can be played as a makeshift percussion instrument, or more specifically, is an idiophone related to the castanets. They played by hitting one spoon against the other.

                                               

Pandeiro

The pandeiro is a type of hand frame drum popular in Brazil to the point that he was described as an informal document of the country, and is mentioned in the song, "look at Brazil". The pandeiro is used in a number of Brazilian music forms such ...

                                               

Santur

The santur was invented and developed in the field of Iran and Mesopotamia part of modern Iraq and Syria. This tool was sold and went to different parts of the Middle East. Each country customized and designed their own versions to adapt to their ...

                                               

Tympanum (hand drum)

In Ancient Greece and Rome, the tympanum or tympanon, was a type drum or a tambourine. He was a round, shallow, and beaten in the palm of your hand or a stick. Some ideas show, decorating or the Zillertal-like objects around the rim. This organ w ...

                                               

Triangle (musical instrument)

The triangle is an idiophone type of musical instrument in the percussion family. This is a bar of metal, usually steel but sometimes other metals like beryllium copper, bent in the shape of a triangle. The document is usually held on a loop of s ...

                                               

Tulumbas

Memorial sign "Tulumbas" is a monument of nature and history, created for the National historical-cultural reserve "Chigirin", located in glade Park. Large round copper utensils were attached to a large oak tree, at this historical place for a lo ...

                                               

Flexatone

In fleximetal or flexatone is a modern percussion instrument consisting of a small flexible metal sheet suspended in a wire frame ending in a handle. Used in classic cartoons for its glissando effect, its sound is comparable to the musical saw.

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