How do you use it? How do you feel when you listen to it? Is it the best ukulele in the world? What is the best ukulele for beginners? It’s all interesting stuff, and I encourage you to read about it!
I’ll conclude by saying that I would love my students to play more with their middle C. It has a bit more feel and depth than the C, and you can really feel the difference. The C also has a nice, clear, rich sound with plenty of punch and detail. I use my C all the time for singing, making sounds, and playing music with friends. Its easy to play, and plays well, and its a fantastic sounding and comfortable instrument to hold. If you want to get started playing more with your middle C, here’s my list of resources.
On May 7, 2015, it was announced via press release that an original story was selected as the 2015 “Best Foreign Language Film” on the Razzie Awards (which is produced by the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities). This film, “Walden,” was directed by Olivier Assayas* and “The Act of Killing” was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Director.
I was delighted to see “Walden,” as well as the other titles featured on this year’s “Best Foreign Language Film” list, on the Razzie’s list. I had the honor and privilege of seeing both films, and I can confirm both to be superb films with compelling, disturbing, inspiring, powerful themes. I think the overall message is powerful, and will make some sense to those who have not thought much about foreign languages, or to those who are looking to discover more about them. I’ll let you read about some other nominees and read the entire Razzie Awards press release here. The film “Walden” follows a British family of survivors of Auschwitz, the only family left in East Prussia when its citizens were murdered.
The film “The Act of Killing” follows four young men with mental problems and sociopathic tendencies in their teens in postwar Switzerland in the early 1960s. This film takes place in a country that no longer exists by the end of the second half of the title — because by the time they make it to the end of the film, violence seems inevitable. This one-hander is just a quick glimpse of the horrors they
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