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Popular Arts

       

Miscellaneous

73. Look at the pictures of the musical instruments and match them with their names.

a violin, a flute, a clarinet, a horn, a piano, a cello, a grand piano, a trumpet, a harp, a trombone, a saxophone, bagpipes, cymbals, a balalaika, an organ, a guitar, an accordion, a drum

74. Listen to the song, 41, and sing it along.

Shell Be Coming Round the Mountain

      Shell be coming round the mountain when she comes.
      Shell be coming round the mountain when she comes.
      Shell be coming round the mountain,
      Shell be coming round the mountain,
      Shell be coming round the mountain when she comes.
      Shell be driving six white horses when she comes. (2 times)
      Shell be driving six white horses, (2 times)
      Shell be driving six white horses when she comes.
Oh, well all go out to meet her when she comes. (2 times)
Oh, well all go out to meet her, (2 times)
Oh, well all go out to meet her when she comes.
      Oh, well all have chicken and dumplings1 when she comes. (2 times)
      Oh, well all have chicken and dumplings, (2 times)
      Oh, well all have chicken and dumplings when she comes.
Well be singing Hallelujah2 when she comes. (2 times)
Well be singing Hallelujah, (2 times)
Well be singing Hallelujah when she comes.

1 dumplings are like Russian pelmem
2 Hallelujah a song or a shout, that is an expression of praise, joy and thanks to God

75. Match the names of these famous composers with the names of the countries in which they lived.

Bach
Beethoven
Chopin
Liszt
Mozart
Prokofiev
Puccini
Schubert
Shostakovich
Tchaikovsky
Verdi

Germany
Russia
Hungary
Italy
Poland
Austria

76. A. Listen to the poem, 42, and read it.

In Two Months Now

(By George Dillon)

        In two months now or maybe one
        The sun will be a different sun,
        And earth that stretches white as straw
        With stony ice will crack and thaw1
        And run in whistling2 stream and curve3
        In still blue-shadowed pools.4 The nerve
        Of each pink root will quiver bare,5
        And orchards in the April air
        Will show black breaking white.6
        Red roses in the green twilight
        Will glimmer ghostly blue7 and swell8
        Upon their vines9 with such a smell
        As only floats10 when the breeze is loud11
        At dusk from roses in a crowd.
        I know that there will be these things,
        Remembering them from other springs.
        All these and more shall soon be seen;
        But not so beautiful as they
        Seem now to be, a month away.

1 crack and thaw
2 whistling
3 curve .
4 blue-shadowed pools
5 the nerve of each pink root will quiver bare
6 orchards ... breaking white () ()
7 glimmer ghostly blue
8 swell
9 vines ()
10 floats .
11 loud .

B. Learn the poem by heart.

77. Did you know that ...

... films are usually classified like this:
a U film a film for all age groups
a A film a film which is mostly for grown-ups
an AA film a film not for children under 14
an X film a film not for children under 18
an XX film a film not for young people under 21?

78. For further information on the topic Popular Arts see the Internet sites:

http://archives.icom.museum/vlmp/
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/470196/popular-art
http://www.expioringabroad.com/art/museums.htm
http://www.tourism-review.com/top-10-film-destinations-news2385

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