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I played “Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence” at a station in Japan and many people stopped to listen. -【ストリートピアノ】アメリカ人が駅で「戦場のメリークリスマス(超絶技巧ジャズ)」をガチで弾いたらどんどん人が集まってきた!【大喝采】| Jacob Koller Japan

#PublicPiano #MerryChristmasMrLawrence Watch the Sheet music version ► Concert Information http://tiny.cc/et49az ► メールアドレスを登録して頂くと、新しいクリスマス楽譜集より一曲(MP3音源/PDF楽譜)をプレゼントさせて頂きます。https://goo.gl/we9QAx ► SPOTIFY http://goo.gl/Wq14kJ ► ITUNES http://goo.gl/nMn7oQ ► FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/X68bNz ► INSTAGRAM: http://goo.gl/TL29BM Title:”Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence” by Ryuichi Sakamoto Piano – Jacob Koller Hamamatsu Station in Japan … Continue reading

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Tokyo’s Kadokawa Culture Museum Houses an Arresting Kengo Kuma-Designed Bookshelf Theater

Although it boasts more than 50,000 books, the massive library at the heart of the Kadokawa Culture Museum (previously) isn’t just for bibliophiles or curious readers hoping to stumble upon a new title. Designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma (previously), the towering … Continue reading

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Earthrise: A Poem About Climate Change by Amanda Gorman | Kottke

At the Biden/Harris inauguration on Wednesday, poet Amanda Gorman, dressed in the yellow of the Sun, realigned the planets with her recitation of a poem called The Hill We Climb. In 2018 for The Climate Reality Project, riffing off of … Continue reading

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The First Human Cannonball- Neatorama

Her name was Rossa Matilda Richter, but she was known as Zazel, the human cannonball. Zazel was a trapeze performer and walked a tightrope, but became famous for performing a new stunt on April 2, 1877, at the Royal Aquarium … Continue reading

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Appreciations: the Performance Work of Bre Lembitz — INCIDENT Magazine

By Daniella LaGaccia @lagaccia This story is about a person who uses old things to make new things. One photo of Bre Lembitz shows her dressed in a gown of words, hate speech written during the recent presidential campaign. Crossing … Continue reading

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