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George Abdo - The Art Of Belly Dancing (CD)
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Middle East Instrumentals And Vocals (13 tracks / 51:25) Belly dancing is an ancient art. When danced to the rhythms of Middle Eastern music, it is a whole series of sensuous undulating move-ments that are very graceful, supple and fluid. The isolated body movements will take inches off your waist, abdomen, hips and thighs. It will tone up flabby and sagging muscles. It is an excellent form of exercising that will also help you to relax phys-ically and mentally from the tensions of everyday living. Begin by keeping in mind that your body must be completely relaxed at all times. Keep your back straight unless otherwise stated. The basic foot movements are danced in even rhythm, 4/4 time, with three steps to a measure pausing on the fourth beat as you bring your foot forward to begin all over again. You may begin on either foot, keeping each step fully in contact with the ground. The hands are rotated in a complete circle to the exact timing of the music. Bend them at the wrists slightly, flexing your fingers, similar to that of a Spanish dancer. (See Photo #1). The arms are bent at the elbows at all times. They are moved in all directions; both up over your head; down by your sides; one up over your head and one down in front of your navel; and out to your sides. The arm ripple is done by bringing your arms out to the side in a horizontal position. Raise one arm up bringing the other arm down at the same time in a rippling manner, to the rhythm of the music. If you push your shoulder forward slightly during this movement, you will get a beaut-iful effect similar to the movement of a snake. (See Photo # Belly Roll — Position your body by bringing your pelvis forward with your abdominal muscles pushed out. Bend back slightly at the waist in a cantilever fashion. (See Photo #3). Gradually start pulling your abdominal muscles in as you push your pelvis down, bending at the knees (the small of your back near your waist should be straight in this second position).(See Photo #4). Rock your pelvis backward relaxing your abdominal mus-cles as you bend slightly forward at the waist. (See Photo #5). Repeat these three basic belly roll move-ments continuously, rocking forward and back-ward until it resembles a waving motion. A com-plete belly roll movement is done to the count of four beats. All hip movements should be done in a can-tilever position in which the hips are brought for-ward as you bend back slightly from the waist up. This is very important. It will help you to move easier as well as give a beautiful effect. (See Photo #6). Horizontal Hip Movements—Sway your hips from side to side in a horizontal figure eight by first pushing up on the ball of your right foot, then sway to the left and vice versa. Repeat about three or four times to the rhythm of the music. Hip Shaking — Bend your right knee, keeping your left knee straight and vice versa. Start off slowly, gradually increasing your movements into a shimmy-shake. This can be done in a stationary position as well as in a fast walking movement. Lateral Neck Movements—To move your head from side to side, keep your head and body completely straight and move only your neck muscles, first to the right and then to the left. (See Photo #7). Once you have mastered this movement, you can easily rotate your head on its axis. Shoulder Shaking — Keep your body straight, re-laxing your shoulders completely. Bring your right shoulder forward and the left shoulder back at the same time in one movement. Move them con-tinuously in a graceful quivering manner to the rhythm of the music. Back Bend — A back bend should be included with any floor work that you should do. Do this gradually to prevent straining yourself. It is a beautiful movement and is an excellent exercise for strengthening your spine and firming your ab-dominal muscles and waistline. (See Photo #8). Finger Cymbals (Zils) — The finger cymbals are the most difficult to master. Although they are played to the beat of the music, they are not played to the same timing of the hands and feet. They are a very important and necessary part of the dance. Place one cymbal on your thumb and one on the second finger of each hand. (See Photo # I). Hit them strongly together and release them quickly to get a ringing sound. You may also get a clapping sound, which is equally as effective, by placing your first three fingers over each cymbal. Hit them together on your right hand and then on your left hand, repeating continuously to

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Schwarzer Tee Darjeeling Second Flush Namring F...
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Ein kräftiger Darjeeling aus dem Traditions-Teegarten Namring. Er erstreckt sich auf einer Höhe von bis zu 1.450 Metern und ist mit ca. 18 km Länge einer der Größten im Darjeeling-Distrikt. Er war einer der ersten Gärten, die einen ausgezeichneten Second Flush auf den Markt brachten, der übrigens der teuerste der Welt ist. Der Second Flush hat ein hervorragend gleichmäßig gearbeitetes kurzes, braunes Blatt mit leicht nussigem Aroma und entwickelt im Aufguss eine kräftig-braune Farbe. Herzhaft und ergiebig. Second Flush: Die Second Flush-Tees, deren Ernte im Juni beginnt und im August endet, stellen den Höhepunkt der Darjeeling-Ernte dar. Diese Spitzentees vergleicht man in Kennerkreisen mit Bordeaux-Weinen. Nur wenige Teegärten produzieren die echten Second Flush-Tees, die sich durch ein besonderes Aroma auszeichnen, das al...

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Stand: 24.05.2019
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Schwarzer Tee Darjeeling Second Flush Castleton...
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Der ausgereifte und gehaltvolle Castleton-Darjeeling der Second Flush-Ernte wird in einem der kleineren Teegärten Darjeelings produziert. Ihn zeichnet ein kurzes, braunes und sehr gleichmäßiges Blatt aus, welches nach dem Aufguss eine klare, hellbraune Farbe zeigt. Schmeckt zu jeder Tageszeit. Second Flush: Die Second Flush-Tees, deren Ernte im Juni beginnt und im August endet, stellen den Höhepunkt der Darjeeling-Ernte dar. Diese Spitzentees vergleicht man in Kennerkreisen mit Bordeaux-Weinen. Nur wenige Teegärten produzieren die echten Second Flush-Tees, die sich durch ein besonderes Aroma auszeichnen, das als ´´Muscatel-Flavour´´ bekannt ist. Neben dem nussigen Aroma haben diese Tees einen kräftigen Geschmack, ein schönes Blatt mit etwas Tip und zählen zu den höchstbezahlten Tees der Welt.

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Schwarzer Tee Darjeeling Second Flush Jungpana ...
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Kräftiger Tee mit vollendeter Duft- und Aromafülle und dem typischen Muscatel-Flavour. In den auf 1.300 Metern Höhe gelegenen Teegärten in den Vorbergen des Himalaya-Gebirges werden Tees mit dunkel-braunem Blatt und wenig weißen Tips produziert. In der Tasse entwickelt der Jungpana ein angenehm, leicht süßes Aroma bei hellbraunen Farbe. Second Flush: Die Second Flush-Tees, deren Ernte im Juni beginnt und im August endet, stellen den Höhepunkt der Darjeeling-Ernte dar. Diese Spitzentees vergleicht man in Kennerkreisen mit Bordeaux-Weinen. Nur wenige Teegärten produzieren die echten Second Flush-Tees, die sich durch ein besonderes Aroma auszeichnen, das als ´´Muscatel-Flavour´´ bekannt ist. Neben dem nussigen Aroma haben diese Tees einen kräftigen Geschmack, ein schönes Blatt mit etwas Tip und zählen zu den höchstbezahlten...

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Stand: 24.05.2019
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Schwarzer Tee Darjeeling Second Flush Margaret´...
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Ein eleganter Tee der Second Flush-Ernte mit einer zarter Süße. Der traditionelle Teegarten Margaret?s Hope liegt im Herzen Darjeelings und ist für seine gleichbleibend herausragende Qualität bekannt. Der vollmundige Tee mit kurzem, braunem Blatt und vereinzelt weißen Tips zeichnet sich durch eine herbe nussige Muskatell-Note und die satte, bernsteinfarbene Tassenfarbe aus. Second Flush: Die Second Flush-Tees, deren Ernte im Juni beginnt und im August endet, stellen den Höhepunkt der Darjeeling-Ernte dar. Diese Spitzentees vergleicht man in Kennerkreisen mit Bordeaux-Weinen. Nur wenige Teegärten produzieren die echten Second Flush-Tees, die sich durch ein besonderes Aroma auszeichnen, das als ´´Muscatel-Flavour´´ bekannt ist. Neben dem nussigen Aroma haben diese Tees einen kräftigen Geschmack, ein schönes Blatt mit etwas Tip und z&aum...

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Darjeeling FOP1
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Ein Darjeeling, der sich mit seinem runden Geschmack und dem leicht kräftigen Aroma als guter Alltagstee eignet. Ein mit Sorgfalt gepflückter Second Flush Tee mit einem drahtigen Blatt und gold-brauner Tassenfarbe.

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Stand: 22.04.2019
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Tee Nr. 12 Schwarzer Tee Darjeeling Flowery Ora...
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Unsere Sorte 12 besticht durch die leicht nussige Muskatellnote im Geschmack. Nur die besten Second Flush Gartentees der jeweiligen Erntezeit aus kontrolliert biolo­gischem Anbau werden für diese Mischung, deren Rezept auf die Gründerzeit der Firma Schrader zurückgeht, eingesetzt. Das braune Blatt mit vereinzelten Tipps ergibt beim Aufguss eine dunkelbraune Tassenfarbe. Ein qualitativ hochwertiger Tee für Liebhaber ausgewogener Second Flush Mischungen.

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Stand: 22.04.2019
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Rauf Tee Schwarzer Tee Darjeeling FOP
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Der Darjeeling FOP ist ein fein gepflückter Blatt-Tee aus der Sommerernte, dem ´´Second Flush´´. Das Blatt ist drahtig und mit hellen Spitzen, den Tips, versehen.Die Tasse ist gold-braun und bringt ein leichtes, kräftiges Aroma. Dieser Tee bietet Ihnen einen vollmundigen Geschmack und eignet sich als guter Alltagstee.

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Stand: 16.09.2019
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George Abdo - The Joy Of Belly Dancing (CD)
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Middle East Instrumentals And Vocals (14 tracks / 67:46) THE JOY OF BELLY DANCING: GEORGE ABDO ´King of Belly Dance Music´ INTRODUCTION The aging process begins at approximately 20 years of age. Muscles and ligaments tighten up restricting many movements. This in turn causes tension and insomnia. Belly dancing helps to stretch these ligaments and muscles thus maintaining the body´s suppleness. It strengthens the whole body promoting good circulation which helps to retard the aging process. It is an excellent way of exercising for both males and females from 7 to 70 years of age, especially the middle-aged, adolescents, students, housewives, businessmen, and for women, prenatally and postnatally. It is recommended by many doctors as a form of therapy for many physical and mental disorders. Exercising just ten minutes a day will promote a feeling of well being and add that extra spark to your life. Begin by keeping in mind that your body must be completely relaxed at all times. This is very important. It will enhance and beautify your movements. The basic foot movements are danced in even rhythm, 4 / 4 time, with three steps to a measure pausing on the fourth beat as you bring your foot forward to begin all over again. You may begin on either foot and keep each step fully in contact with the ground. If the tempo speeds up or slows down, your step should follow the rhythm. Timing is very important. The hands are bent slightly at the wrists and are turned in a complete circle away from your body. A complete circle of both hands is made to the count of four beats in time with your feet, according to the tempo of the music. The fingers should be relaxed and flexed slightly all through the dance. The arms are relaxed and bent at the elbows at all times. Move them gradually in all directions as you continuously rotate your hands from the wrists. Bring them both up over your head with hands back to back, one arm up over your head and the other arm down, reversing this movement, both arms up over your head swaying them from side to side, back down again and out to your sides at hip level in a stationary position with hands bent upward at the wrists, as you move into a shoulder shimmy. For further instructions on the ´Art of Belly Dancing´ please refer to the compact disc of that title (MCD 61752) which contains an instruction booklet for the dancer. THE MUSICIANS ELI NAZARIAN Kanoon JOSEPH KOUYOUMJIAN Oud TED VARTABED Electric Violin (Lead violin) JOHN HADDAD Violin MARTIN YAFFEE Oboe CHRIS MARASHLIAN Bass Guitar STEPHEN KOUYOUMJIAN Lead Drum (Clay & Bongo Drums) LEON MANOOGIAN Congo Drum TOM HADDAD Derbecki AMBER (Belly Dancer) Finger Cymbals KASIM (Dancer) Claves Chorus Annette SAYEGH George SAYEGH Margo SAYEGH Middle East Instrumentals And Vocals (14 tracks / 67:46) THE JOY OF BELLY DANCING: GEORGE ABDO ´King of Belly Dance Music´ INTRODUCTION The aging process begins at approximately 20 years of age. Muscles and ligaments tighten up restricting many movements. This in turn causes tension and insomnia. Belly dancing helps to stretch these ligaments and muscles thus maintaining the body´s suppleness. It strengthens the whole body promoting good circulation which helps to retard the aging process. It is an excellent way of exercising for both males and females from 7 to 70 years of age, especially the middle-aged, adolescents, students, housewives, businessmen, and for women, prenatally and postnatally. It is recommended by many doctors as a form of therapy for many physical and mental disorders. Exercising just ten minutes a day will promote a feeling of well being and add that extra spark to your life. Begin by keeping in mind that your body must be completely relaxed at all times. This is very important. It will enhance and beautify your movements. The basic foot movements are danced in even rhythm, 4 / 4 time, with three steps to a measure pausing on the fourth beat as you bring your foot forward to begin all over again. You may begin on either foot and keep each step fully in contact with the ground. If the tempo speeds up or slows down, your step should follow the rhythm. Timing is very important. The hands are bent slightly at the wrists and are turned in a complete circle away from your body. A complete circle of both hands is made to the count of four beats in time with your feet, according to the tempo of the music. The fingers should be relaxed and flexed slightly all through the dance. The arms are relaxed and

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