Your culture may differ from the one someone might have. You might visit a new country and marvel at the way in which people in that country talk, think or act. Small things like how people dress, how towns and cities are designed, how people communicate with each other –all of this can be quite interesting to the ones who have never been exposed to these different examples of culture every day.
Choose the topic which can reflect the traditions on holidays you observe, the customs you practice, the foods you eat, the clothes you wear, the special phrases you use, the language you speak, and the rituals you practice.
Louis Armstrong 's Satchmo: A Musical Autobiography was recorded as an oral memoir (with overdubbed background piano by Billy Kyle ) combined with re-creations of many of his memorable recordings, as well as a few of the originals. Although such a project had the potential to become trite, the effort comes off very well indeed. This three-CD reissue has a few improvements as well. Almost every track that was previously edited to fit onto LPs has been restored to its original length. Louis Untermeyer 's original liner notes have been augmented by excellent updated text by Joshua Berrett. And in spite of the warning about sound problems from using some deteriorated tapes and worn discs as source material, the audio experience is quite pleasing. While these re-creations aren't meant to take the place of Armstrong 's historic recordings from earlier decades with King Oliver, Earl Hines , and other greats, they have stood the test of time rather well, except for the, at best, average vocals of Velma Middleton ; Armstrong 's furor with the suggestion that he omit the plump singer from his set during the 1957 Newport Festival is described in detail in Berrett's notes. While this collection isn't the initial purchase a neophyte jazz fan would pick up from Armstrong 's immense catalog, his interesting narrative and the enjoyable renditions of tunes closely associated with him make this a very worthwhile purchase.
LifeBio is the premier life story and communication platform used in senior care and health care organizations (providers and payers). LifeBio offers software, physical journals, class materials, and other life enrichment/engagement tools for organizations.
LifeBio’s system is deployed to record the background of people reaching advanced age or facing life-threatening illnesses or memory loss. LifeBio increases feelings of wellbeing and happiness, while delivering excellence in person-centered care. LifeBio is used in senior living (independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing), memory care, hospice, hospitals, senior centers, and more. LifeBio asks proven questions to bring out the best stories and key information--helping the person share his or her legacy. We also help staff members know more about patients, residents, or clients.