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A. Dvořák: Songs My Mother Taught Me (Stunningly Beautiful)
NEW in 2020: Must beautiful music for violin: https://youtu.be/J6R9Bz5ZuWY\nSongs My Mother Taught Me\” (Czech: Když mne stará matka zpívat učívala; German: Als die alte Mutter sang) is a song for voice and piano written in 1880 by Antonín Dvořák. It is the fourth of seven songs from his cycle Gypsy Songs (Czech: Cigánské melodie), B. 104, Op. 55. The Gypsy Songs are set to poems by Adolf Heyduk in both Czech and German. This song, in particular, has achieved widespread fame. The song has been recorded by a number of well-known singers.\n\nGimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra (Last Journey Home Christmas Concert 2018)\nConductor: maestro Nejc Bečan \nSolo soprano: Ernestina Jošt\nChorus master: Erik Šmid\nArrangement: mag. Jaka Pucihar\nEnglish translation: Tog Hoath\n\nDedicated to our amazing friend and devoted English, German, French, Spanish translator Tog Hoath. \n\nGIMNAZIJA KRANJ SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA\nFLAVTE / FLUTES: Aleksandra Pleterski, Katjuša Rupnik, Julija Ana Irgl, Karin Primožič, Ajda Kajdiž, Vito Krajnik, Ana Bergant, Brina Robinik Kobal, Neža Čadež; OBOE: Aris Vehovec, Neža Podbršček; KLARINETI / CLARINETS: Martina Strasser, Samanta Škorja, Peter Letonja, Aiden Franko, Jaka Bodlaj, Hana Grobovšek, Klara Polajnar; FAGOTA / BASSOONS: Jure Mesec, Stanko Koren; SAKSOFONI / SAXOPHONES: Primož Lah, Tine Bohinc, Zaž Hozjan, Gal Grobovšek; ROGOVI / FRENCH HORNS: Mihajlo Bulajić, Tadej Kopitar, Marko Pirc, Timea Erdei; TROBENTE / TRUMPETS: Aleš Klančar, Lenart Zih, Marko Novak, Tim Kovačič; POZAVNE / TROMBONES: Domen Gantar, Žan Škrjanec, Nejc Kurbos, Klemen Osterman; EVFONIJ / EUPHONIUM: Jakob Istenič; TUBA: Tilen Oblak; TOLKALA / PERCUSSION: Vid Ušeničnik, Dan Ažman, Miha Ogris, Jan Dolenc; HARFA / HARP: Urška Rihtaršič; KLAVIR / PIANO: Pia Potnik, Liza Rozman; PRVE VIOLINE / 1st VIOLINS: Matjaž Bogataj, Kana Matsui, Peter Jud, Oskar Longyka, Ajda Porenta, Eva Dukarič, Sandi Baitokova, Neža Capuder, Mojca Jerman, Tina Blaznik, Aleksander Rogina, Leja Meglič, Ana Poklukar, Lara Bogataj, Lana Grbič; DRUGE VIOLINE / 2nd VIOLINS: Veronica Radigna, Ana Sešek, Vera Magdevska, Monika Šolman, Laura Bartelj, Nadine Gertler, Nikola Semic, Tonka Pogačnik Pirnat, Ana Krpan, Nina Pečar, Klara Gruden, Taja Starčič Križnar, Laura Ana Oman, Katja Kadivec, Tajda Kadivec, Tara Tofaj; VIOLE / VIOLAS: Špela Pirnat, Luka Dukarić, Anuša Plesničar, Petar Njegovan, Hana Lavrinc, Maja Zupin, Tilen Udovič, Gaja Ana Zvonar, Anastazija Krenn, Žiga Lonec, Martin Kokošinek, Maruša Lučič Bolka; VIOLONČELA / CELLOS: Maruša Bogataj, Sebastian Bertoncelj, Tamara Gombač, Alenka Piotrowicz, Vita Peterlin, Katarina Kozjek, Ema Kobal, Nika Vremšak, Arslan Hamidulin, Jona Levar, Hana Ekar Grlj, Ana Zupan; KONTRABASI / DOUBLE BASSES: Miha Firšt, Joana González Subirà, Arthur Piotrowicz, Rok Hozjan, Luka Brodarič, Matjaž Zorko, Karim Zajec. BASS GUITAR: Nadej Rešek; GUITARS: Jan Meglič, Jaka Florjančič, Luka Štibelj\n\nGIMNAZIJA KRANJ GIRLS CHOIR\nTinkara Roblek, Lara Juvan, Živa Zupan, Anara Nemanič, Lea Ažbe, Brina Nemanič, Taja Bremšak, Katja Bogataj, Julija Pevec, Ana Bošković, Laura Caserman, Katarina Sekne, Katarina Korbar, Janja Jesenko, Živa Zupan, Neja Mavrič, Ana Remic, Katja Potočnik, Tinkara Torkar, Kim Klančar, Lucija Brina Arvaj, Ana Krek, Eva Kern, Evelina Stare, Marija Pogačnik, Ana Žerovnik, Tina Urh, Anja Horvat, Kristina Čop, Ema Soklič, Ema Ažbe, Ela Štirn, Manca Peternel, Ema Jelenc, Tea Aljaž, Maja Pogačnik, Ana Bertoncelj.\n\nGIMNAZIJA KRANJ MIXED CHOIR\nNina Cankar, Ana Šmid, Katarina Klenovšek, Aljaž Kirar, Nejc Urh, Vita Adelina Herak Hadaš, Ana Eržen, Tina Nunar, Ula Simonič, Martin Grašič, Tara Tofaj, Ivana Lazarič, Ana Gmajner, Tia Biščevič, Urban Erzar Frantar, Gaja Šegula, Lana Šumi, Luna Rozman, Manca Gostan Zevnik, Ana Čop, Žan Žnidar, Matej Naglič, Andraž Rakovec, Marko Zupan, Kaja Križaj, Andrej Svoljšak, Gaja Nemanič, Ajda Debelak, Tevž Sitar, Aiden Jurij Franko, Erazem Pivk, Hana Pristavec, Janina Gašperlin, Anita Hudobivnik, Tjaša Ribnikar, Meta Logar, Lovro Krišelj, Jedrt Mikelj.\n\nPRODUCTION\nRadio Slovenija\nCankarjev dom: Tina Kramberger\nVPK: Sven Godec\nMOPS: Marjan Cerar\nTAJUS: Juš Hrastnik\nPPZ: Primož Zevnik\nKLOPOTEC: mastering Iztok Zupan\nYasmin: Tina Karba, Marko Trilar\nGimnazija Kranj: mag. Franc Rozman\n\nBALANCE ENGINEER: \nAleks Pirkmajer\n\nMASTERING\nIztok Zupan\n\nIT Consulting\nB0lko’s IT consulting and development (LINUX administration, yum repos management)\n\nTECHNICAL CREW\nMatija Ječnik, Vid Košiček, Jaka Ušeničnik, Jernej Zatler, Miha Lipovec, Domen Sajovic, Jurij Samykin, Andraž Stariha, Lan Jenčič, Tilen Stranjnar\n\nCAMERAS\nJuš Egart, Luka Stojanović, Nejc Soklič, Luka Šarec, Aljaž Lavtižar, Juš Hrastnik, Gal Nagode, Marjan Cerar, Jerneja Rotar\n\n\nvodji produkcije / production managers: Dan Ažman, Gal Nagode\nasistent režiserja / assistant director: Juš Hrastnik\nrežiser / concert and broadcast director: Primož Zevnik\[email protected]
How to Play Pocket Aces (Zoom Poker Strategy)
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7 Poker Strategy Tips That No One Talks About
To learn more about poker, go to automaticpoker.com/academy\n\nBe sure to comment and subscribe.\n\nI would love to hear from you if you have any suggestions for future videos.\n\nVideo Summary\nFinding strategy tips that help win money that is not the same old recycled tips. You’ve probably spent a lot of time reading about poker, studying, trying to improve as a player. Unfortunately, much of the information is just the same old recycled tips that are regurgitated by teachers and strategy sites over and over again. Well, today let’s think a bit outside of the box and talk about some things that you may not have thought of that can hopefully help improve your game quickly.\n\nThis video will cover 7 poker tips that no one talks about.\n\n1. Specialize in a game, but play other games as well\n2. Play against \”old man EV\”\n3. Keep tight players to your left\n4. Stop focusing on how to beat the regs\n5. Do a pre-game warmup\n6. Stop spending so much time analyzing the \”tough\” spots in your sessions\n7. Practice playing without a HUD\n\nNow, I hope these tips help you start to think a bit more out of the box when it comes to improving as a player. If you are a cash game player who wants to try something a bit different, I have created courses that help players build or overhaul their game. I have quickly turned losing and break-even players into winners and winners into bigger winners. Click the link above or check the description to learn more about it. Now get out there and avoid being a faceless clone, build some personality into your game, and start crushing. Thanks for watching.
Basic Poker Strategy | Gambling Tips
Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLALQuK1NDrj7DaGymT8e8PmguI64cu-P\n-\n-\nLike these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup\n\nWatch more How to Gamble at Casinos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511511-Basic-Poker-Strategy-Gambling-Tips\n\nWant to learn how to play poker? In this video, a gambling expert explains the basic strategy of playing Texas Hold ’em. It’s up to you to work on your poker face.\n\nHey, guys. I just want to go into a quick Texas Hold ’em poker strategy. This is very rough and basic, just enough to get you by if it’s your first time playing. Right now, we’ve hit the button set and blinds are already in place. And we’ll deal everything face-up just so everybody could see what’s going on here. \n\nSo, a hand like this. Generally, the hands wouldn’t be shown here. But this guy with no knowledge of anything that’s going on. Right now, with four people at the table, he may feel that he’s got a pretty good hand right now. He may opt to raise or he may want to just call and see if he can improve this by getting another 5. But I’ll just place a bet right here and say he calls. \n\nA hand like this generally, any hand with, that’s like 2-6 or 2-7 or 3-8, or anything with just a bunch of low numbers. They’re generally considered really bad hands to play. So we’ll say this guy is going to fold. If you were to treat your poker hand like a blackjack hand like Aces are 1 or 11 or face cards are 10. Basically, if something adds up to 19, then it’s a good hand to play. Anything less than that, you probably want to stay away from.\n\nAnyway, with a pair of Aces, he’s got a monster hand, so he’s going to want to raise. So, we’ll have him raise 10 here, because, I don’t know whatever stakes you’re going to play that this same rule will apply. And then, the player here with the Jack-10, they’re both of diamonds, they’re both connected. He’s got a good possibility of getting maybe a straight or a flush by the river. So, let’s say he’s going to come along. And the guy with the 5 thinks he’s going to get lucky, so he’s going to come along as well.\n\nThis is all going to come here in the pot. One card gets burned. And now, the guy with the Aces. He’s what’s called an overpair. The board has got a 4, Jack and a 3. The Jack is the highest card here. He’s got an overpair to the board, so even if somebody like this guy, who’s got a Jack. He’s going to think he’s good at this point, so if he sits and bets, say 20, then the guy with the Jacks is probably going to want to come along with this. \n\nNow, the guy with the lower pair, with the smaller pair. He came in with the intention of getting a set. A set is three of a kind with two in your hand and one on the board. So since he didn’t get that, he’d probably want to fold this here. So now, this money goes into the pot, the other card gets burned, here it comes up. It’s a King. So now, this guy might want to bet again. Say he wants to bet 40, because he still an overpair to the board. The guy with the Jacks, right now. If somebody else had a King, he may have him beat. He’s going to think really hard about it. He says \”Okay, well whatever. I came here to gamble.\” So he ends up calling. Another card gets burned, river comes up the King.\n\nAll right, so now, with the Aces, the only thing he would be worried about is if he had a couple of Jacks or if he had a King in his hand. So say he’s afraid of the King, he decides to check. And then this guy decides to check, as well. So what ends up happening, the cards get flipped over and then, this is the best hand which beats his Kings and Jacks. So Kings with the Aces would take the hand.\n\nGenerally, if you have a really good hand, it’s a good idea to bet. Like a lot of times, new players will try to get really fancy and act like that you don’t have anything. And then, just spring traps on people. But if you’re new to the game, basically just bet out your cards. If the cards start going your way, then you will win. That’s a very basic strategy for Texas hold ’em.