NINE IN THE AFTERNOON TRUMPET : THE AFTERNOON TRUMPET

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Nine In The Afternoon Trumpet


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    afternoon
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  • the part of the day between noon and evening; "he spent a quiet afternoon in the park"
  • good afternoon: a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
  • Afternoon is the time of day from 12:00 p.m. (noon) to — depending upon context — evening, sunset, or 6:00 p.m. Its use is often quite subjective.
  • The time from noon or lunchtime to evening
    trumpet
  • An organ reed stop with a quality resembling that of a trumpet
  • cornet: a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves
  • play or blow on the trumpet
  • Something shaped like a trumpet, esp. the tubular corona of a daffodil flower
  • A brass musical instrument with a flared bell and a bright, penetrating tone. The modern instrument has the tubing looped to form a straight-sided coil, with three valves
  • proclaim on, or as if on, a trumpet; "Liberals like to trumpet their opposition to the death penalty"
    in the
  • (in this) therein: (formal) in or into that thing or place; "they can read therein what our plans are"
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A Bride's Guide to Wedding Music
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Sinulog
Sinulog
The Sinulog festival is one of the grandest and most colorful festivals in the Philippines. The main festival is held each year on the third Sunday of January in Cebu City to honor the Santo Nino, or the child Jesus, who used to be the patron saint of the whole province of Cebu (since in the Catholic faith Jesus is not a saint, but God). It is essentially a dance ritual which remembers the Filipino people's pagan past and their acceptance of Christianity.

The festival features some the country's most colorful displays of pomp and pageantry: participants garbed in bright-colored costumes dance to the rhythm of drums, trumpets, and native gongs. The streets are usually lined with vendors and pedestrians all wanting to witness the street-dancing. Smaller versions of the festival are also held in various parts of the province, also to celebrate and honor the Santo Nino. There is also a Sinulog sa Kabataan, which is performed by the youths of Cebu a week before the Grand Parade.

Recently, the cultural event has been commercialized as a tourist attraction and instead of traditional street-dancing from locals, Sinulog also came to mean a contest featuring contingents from various parts of the country. The Sinulog Contest is traditionally held in the Cebu City Sports Complex, where most of Cebu's major provincial events are held.

The Festival

The celebration traditionally lasts for nine days, culminating on the ninth day when the Sinulog Grand Parade unfolds. The day before the parade, the Fluvial Procession, a water-parade, held at dawn from the Mandaue City wharf to Cebu City wharf with the Santo Nino carried on a pump boat decked with hundreds of flowers and candles. The procession ends at the Basilica where a re-enactment of the Christianizing of Cebu follows. In the afternoon, a more solemn procession takes place along the major streets of the city, which last for hours due to large crowd participating in the religious event.

On the feast day, at the Basilica, a Pontifical Mass is celebrated by the Cardinal with the assistance of several bishops of Cebu. The majority of the city’s population and devotees would flock to the Basilica to attend the mass before heading out to the streets to watch the Parade.

'Sinulog' comes from the Cebuano adverb sulog which is "like water current movement," which adeptly describes the forward-backward movement of the Sinulog dance. Traditionally, the dance consists of two steps forward and one step backward, done to the sound of the drums. The dance is categorized into Sinulog-base, Free-Interpretation, and recently a Latin Category, which most people have argued that it had nothing to do with Sinulog tradition. Candle vendors at the Basilica continue to perform the traditional version of the dance when lighting a candle for the customer, usually accompanied by songs in the native language.

Background

'Sinulog' comes from the Cebuano adverb sulog which is "like water current movement," which adeptly describes the forward-backward movement of the Sinulog dance. Traditionally, the dance consists of two steps forward and one step backward, done to the sound of the drums. The dance is categorized into Sinulog-base, Free-Interpretation, and recently a Latin Category, which most people have argued that it had nothing to do with Sinulog tradition. Candle vendors at the Basilica continue to perform the traditional version of the dance when lighting a candle for the customer, usually accompanied by songs in the native language.

History

Pre-Spanish and the First Wave of Spaniards
Historians have noted that before the first Spaniards came to Cebu, the Sinulog was already danced by the natives in honor of their wooden idols called anitos. Then, on April 7, 1521, the Portuguese navigator, Fernando de Magallanes arrived and planted the cross on the shores of Cebu, claiming the territory in the name of the King of Spain. He then presented the image of the child Jesus, the Santo Nino, as baptismal gift to Hara Amihan, wife of Cebu's Rajah Humabon. Hara Amihan was later named, Queen Juana in honor of Juana, Carlos I's mother. Along with the rulers of the island, some 800 natives were also baptized to the Christian faith.

This event is frequently used as basis for most Sinulog dances, which dramatize the coming of the Spaniards and the presentation of the Santo Nino to the Queen. A popular theme among Sinulog dances is Queen Juana holding the Santo Nino in her arms and using it to bless her people who are often afflicted by sickness caused by demons and other evil spirits.


The Coming of Legazpi

After Magellan met his death on April 27, 1521 on the shores of Mactan (ruled by Muslim Rajah Lapu-Lapu), the remnants of his men returned to Spain. However, it took 44 years before the Spaniards achieved some measure of success in colonizing the islands and eventually the whole Philippines.

The conquistador, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi arrived
William Beckett, Ryan ross?, Gabriel Eduardo
William Beckett, Ryan ross?, Gabriel Eduardo
Please remember the name of the artist, S.W.Eden (Sweet Willie Eden, ?? ?????) Sorry, just kidding, there is no Ryan Ross of Panic! at the Disco in this drawing. I feel Ryan is so genius on music, but he is not so intelligence at his life. How could he let Brendon took his original band which he wrote all songs. Left -> Right William Beckett - The Academy Is... Ken Zi:Kill - The Best Guitarist in the World "Gabe" Gabriel Eduardo Saporta - Cobra Starship My most fav music right now XD People said that Zi:Kill sound like Craze, D'erlanger, Dead End and those J-Rock bands. That is not true for me! Zi:Kill is much happier and funnier and KICK MORE ASS!! Zi:Kill music has no anger. What do I think that it sounds like? Good songs of The All American Rejects, such as "Kiss Me Good Bye" of Zi:Kill and "Wind Blows" of The All American Rejects. For my beloved Ken? When I saw a queation on an LJ account, asking about Ken Zi:Kill music. I said, it sounds like Plain White T's plus super cool+happy guitar solo. Or some happy version of A7X guitar solo. To Like Boy Bands is a cool thing that we know their stuff is so wel-known. Although million people hate Emo and Boy Bands, their favorite music/bands cannot be famous as our stuff. Proud to be Emo and Proud to be Boy Band and Proud to be Popist. We are not suck, and people who blame us will get what they say back. The Academy Is - We've Got A Big Mess On Our Hands The Academy Is - His Girl Friday The Academy Is - Paper Chase (I am going to GRADUATE SOON!!) The Academy Is - Slow Down (Emo! : ) The Academy Is - The Test The Academy Is - Bulls In Brooklyn Panic! at the Disco - Camisado Panic! at the Disco - There's A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Panic! at the Disco - Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off Panic! at the Disco - Nine in the Afternoon Panic! at the Disco - That Green Gentleman Panic! at the Disco - Mad as Rabbits Zi:Kill - Slow Down (Not Emo! : ) Zi:Kill - Touch Me Zi:Kill - Fly (Like that Trumpet!!) Zi:Kill - Night Call Zi:Kill - For Me (Eby Chan has a lot of fun!) Zi:Kill - Mr. market (Love that hot steps! + 2:02 Breath) Zi:Kill - Bad Man (Sound Emo in Live version; super hot song!) Zi:Kill - I Love Cat Zi:Kill - Round And Fate Zi:Kill - Tero Ken - The Out Law Ken - Game Over Ken - Tsure Tsure Ken - Do You Believe in Magic Ken's and Zi:Kill's are almost the same, but Ken lost its tension and spasm, so his music sounds softer than Zi:Kill. They are just a little bit different, and I like both. In my opinion, KEN = Zi:Kill. Cobra Starship - Nice Guys Finish Last Cobra Starship - Good Girls Go Bad Cobra Starship - Guilty Pleasure Cobra Starship - My Moves Are White (White Hot, That Is) Cobra Starship - You's Not In On the Joke Cobra Starship - Smile For The Paparazzi (Love that hot steps! + 2:10 Breath) Cobra Starship - Wet Hot American Summer (Like that Trumpet!!)

nine in the afternoon trumpet
nine in the afternoon trumpet
Love in the Afternoon (Hathaways, Book 5)
As a lover of animals and nature, Beatrix Hathaway has always been more comfortable outdoors than in the ballroom. Even though she participated in the London season in the past, the classic beauty and free-spirited Beatrix has never been swept away or seriously courted...and she has resigned herself to the fate of never finding love. Has the time come for the most unconventional of the Hathaway sisters to settle for an ordinary man--just to avoid spinsterhood?
Captain Christopher Phelan is a handsome, daring soldier who plans to marry Beatrix's friend, the vivacious flirt Prudence Mercer, when he returns from fighting abroad. But, as he explains in his letters to Pru, life on the battlefield has darkened his soul--and it's becoming clear that Christopher won't come back as the same man. When Beatrix learns of Pru's disappointment, she decides to help by concocting Pru's letters to Christopher for her. Soon the correspondence between Beatrix and Christopher develops into something fulfilling and deep...and when Christopher comes home, he's determined to claim the woman he loves. What began as Beatrix's innocent deception has resulted in the agony of unfulfilled love--and a passion that can't be denied...

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