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Trance is a genre of electronic music that emerged from the rave scene in the United Kingdom in the late 1980s and...
Trance is a genre of electronic music that emerged from the rave scene in the United Kingdom in the late 1980s and developed further during the early 1990s in Germany before spreading throughout the rest of Europe, as a more melodic offshoot from techno and house. At the same time trance music was developing in Europe, the genre was also gathering a following in the Indian state of Goa. Trance music is characterized by a tempo lying between 110–150 bpm (BPM), repeating melodic phrases, and a musical form that distinctly builds tension and elements throughout a track often culminating in 1 to 2 "peaks" or "drops". Although trance is a genre of its own, it liberally incorporates influences from other musical styles such as techno, house, pop, chill-out, classical music, tech house, ambient, and film music. A trance is a state of hypnotism and heightened consciousness. This is portrayed in trance music by the mixing of layers with distinctly foreshadowed build-up and release. A common characteristic of trance music is a mid-song climax followed by a soft breakdown disposing of beats and percussion entirely, leaving the melody or atmospherics to stand alone for an extended period before gradually building up again. Trance tracks are often lengthy to allow for such progression and commonly have sufficiently sparse opening and closing sections to facilitate mixing by DJs. Trance is mostly instrumental, although vocals can be mixed in: typically they are performed by mezzo-soprano to soprano female soloists, often without a traditional verse/chorus structure. Structured vocal form in trance music forms the basis of the vocal trance subgenre, which has been described as "grand, soaring, and operatic" and "ethereal female leads floating amongst the synths". However, male singers, such as Jonathan Mendelsohn, are also featured.More
Ibiza (Catalan: Eivissa) is a Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea off the eastern coast of Spain. It is 150...
Ibiza (Catalan: Eivissa) is a Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea off the eastern coast of Spain. It is 150 kilometres (93 miles) from the city of Valencia. It is the third largest of the Balearic Islands, an autonomous community of Spain. Its largest settlements are Ibiza Town (Catalan: Vila d'Eivissa, or simply Vila), Santa Eulària des Riu, and Sant Antoni de Portmany. Its highest point, called Sa Talaiassa (or Sa Talaia), is 475 metres (1,558 feet) above sea level. Ibiza has become well known for its association with nightlife, electronic dance music that originated on the island, and for the summer club scene, all of which attract large numbers of tourists drawn to that type of holiday. Several years before 2010, the island's government and the Spanish Tourist Office had been working to promote more family-oriented tourism, with the police closing down clubs that played music at late night hours, but by 2010 this policy was reversed. Around 2015 it was resumed. Ibiza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ibiza and the nearby island of Formentera to its south are called the Pine Islands, or "Pityuses". Source: WikipediaMore
Petko Kiryakov Kaloyanov (Bulgarian: Петко Киряков Калоянов), otherwise called Captain Petko Voyvoda (Капитан Петко...
Petko Kiryakov Kaloyanov (Bulgarian: Петко Киряков Калоянов), otherwise called Captain Petko Voyvoda (Капитан Петко Войвода) (6 December 1844– 7 February 1900) was a nineteenth century Bulgarian hajduk pioneer and opportunity warrior who devoted his life to the freedom of Bulgaria (and, especially, the locale of Thrace). Petko was conceived in the Bulgarian town of Dogan Hisar, today Aisymi (Evros territorial unit, Greece). He wedded a Greek woman from Maronia in 1860. At the point when a gathering of Turkish rascals assaulted his significant other, he battled and executed them all, including the pioneer of the bashibuzuks, Mehmed Kesedji Bey. Starting in 1861 Petko started battling against the Ottomans in the encompassing regions of Maroneia, Aisymi, Enos and so forth. He visited Italy in 1866, where he met Giuseppe Garibaldi, who turned into a dear companion. Petko lived in Garibaldi's home for a couple of months. Garibaldi helped Petko arrange the outstanding "Garibaldi Battalion" in the Cretan Revolution of 1866– 1869, comprising of 220 Italians and 67 Bulgarians, who battled the Ottomans on Crete under Petko's order. For his administration, Petko was alloted the military title of Kapetan (Captain). Petko Voyvoda's separation, set up in 1869, partook in the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78. His unit freed Maroneia from the Turkish control in December 1877, building up a Christian government there. He battled against the Turks for three months and spared the neighborhood populace from Turkish mistreatment. From that point onward, he participated in the freedom of the Rhodopes together with Kraycho Voyvoda. As a feature of this exertion, he drove the thrashing of the 1878 Muslim rebellion in the Rhodopes sorted out by the British specialist Saint Clair. With his child and new spouse Rada Kravkova from Kazanlak Petko lived in Varna after 1880 and kicked the bucket in that city in 1900. He established the progressive board of trustees called Strandzha there in 1896. His progressive work has been remembered with various landmarks all around Bulgaria, and additionally in his local town in current Greece and on the slope of Gianicolo in Rome, where a landmark of Garibaldi likewise stands. The TV arrangement Captain Petko Voivode composed by Nikolay Haytov and first broadcast in 1981 likewise advanced him as a national saint. There are a few Bulgarian energetic melodies devoted to Petko and his confidants.More
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