Ki Choquette – The Glimmer Of A Movement In The Stillness Of Water. Label: I Had An Accident Records – ih112. Format: 6 File, FLAC, Album.
The smoothness of the album illustrates Choquette's thoughtful construction of soothing melodies and dreamy progressions. A perfect album for an evening drive through the country as rain subtly falls from the sky. Limited to 28 on electric blue tapes. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
Movement and Stillness. By Jeremy McCarthy on February 2, 2015 in Facts of Life, Fitness and Exercise, Mind-Body. The greatest irony of modern life is that the two things we need more of are movement and stillness. Our bodies and minds evolved to live a life of balance between activity and rest, but modern lifestyle seems to prevent us from doing either very well. Modern conveniences and technology, for example, have stifled our movement patterns. Our ancestors did not have the option of constant productivity. Today, our new devices and technologies allow us to be connected every waking minute. But just because we can, doesn’t mean we should.
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Natalie Choquette (born 1959) is a French Canadian soprano. Choquette was born in Tokyo. She grew up in Lima, Peru, Boston, Rome, Montreal, and Moscow. Choquette studied at Institut Saint-Dominique. She graduated from Collège International Marie de France, and from Université de Montréal, where she studied with Roland Richard. She has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Ottawa.
However, there is proof that there are artists who have been passionate about capturing this visual in the best way possible using everything from water colors to something as basic as crayons. And you can see that they have managed to capture all that we described above and almost make you feel the movement and the music. Some of them have taken their love of these two arts and made them even better
There’s a stillness in time Which I cannot define Does your heart bleed like mine Oh, does your heart yearn For a place we can go where the Troubles of our time are far away Hey, they are so far away. And I had all my life in front of me Now my darkest days are trouble free There are so many wondrous things for you to see. If you find that something’s going wrong Look around at what you’re running from You can wait a thousand years in line For that stillness in time. it’s all around me Said I know Said I want to find that Stillness in time, stillness in time, hey! La-la-la-la, -la La-la-la-la, -lo, (repeat to end). About Stillness In Time.
Surface movement includes rivers, streams, creeks, lakes, ponds, and human-made "flood" control. All surface water is trying to reach sea level due to gravity. As water flows in channels, the streambed and banks of the channel will resist the flow of water. The velocity of the water is dependant on steepness of the slope, type of rock or soil, amount of vegetation, shape of stream bed, and obstructions. Surface water provides the liquid where most evaporation takes place. Rivers, streams and creeks are a surface water system with a network of channels that collect and move runoff. Runoff is excess water that is not adsorbed by the surrounding area. Runoff can be created by rainfall, melting snow, or groundwater discharge. The shape of the river system will depend on the topography, the type of rock or soil it is traveling through, and the style of its biological diversity.
The soil is the source of water and minerals to be used for a variety of functions, while the atmosphere provides carbon dioxide for photosynthesis. The root system takes up water and minerals from the soil, while the shoot system, consisting of leaves and stems, carries out photosynthesis. Source for information on Water Movement: Plant Sciences dictionary. Not only does carbon dioxide move into the plant when the stomata are open, but water in the form of water vapor also moves out of the plant, driven by the difference in water concentration between the plant and the atmosphere. The opening and closing of the stomatal pores maximize the up-take of carbon dioxide and minimize the loss of water by the shoot.
With water or oceanic currents, the currents which move close to the surface of the sea are called surface currents. In such currents, wind acts on the water and the water piles up to form strong movement forces. wave is the oscillatory movement of water as reflected by the alternate rise and fall of the surface water while current is that part of a fluid (. water or air) that is moving continuously in a definite direction so the main difference is in direction.
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|ih112||Ki Choquette||The Glimmer Of A Movement In The Stillness Of Water (6xFile, FLAC, Album)||I Had An Accident Records||ih112||US||2013|