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El Concertgebouw de Ámsterdam.

Una sala de conciertos es un local dedicado a interpretaciones de música en vivo, normalmente de conciertos de música clásica. El término se suele aplicar habitualmente a espacios con capacidad suficiente para albergar una gran orquesta sinfónica, acompañada o no de un coro, y a la cantidad de público que suele asistir a este tipo de eventos culturales.

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  • 1 Historia y tipología
  • 2 Véase también
  • 3 Referencias
  • 4 Enlaces externos

Historia y tipología[editar]

Las grandes salas de conciertos nacieron en Europa a inicios del siglo XIX, acompañando al desarrollo de la música escrita para formaciones orquestales cada vez mayores, y al del concierto como acto social, abierto para el público en general, en lugar de reservarse a círculos reducidos, patrocinados por la realeza, la aristocracia o la burguesía.

Las primeras salas de conciertos centroeuropeas se construyeron en planta rectangular, con el escenario para la orquesta situado en uno de los extremos, y el público sentado, encarado hacia ella. Esta disposición es heredera de la forma de los salones de banquetes y las salas de equitación donde se empezaron a celebrar estos eventos. El modelo europeo parte de la construcción de la Altes Gewandhaus en Leipzig (1780), en la que se remodeló una sala preexistente en un edificio público. Las construcciones expresamente diseñadas para este fin comenzaron con el Schauspielhaus de Berlín (1821) (hoy reconstruido como Konzerthaus). Ya al final del siglo aumenta notablemente el tamaño y la capacidad de las salas, siendo la Musikverein de Viena (1870), el Concertgebouw de Ámsterdam (1888), o el Neues Concerthaus de Leipzig (Segundo Gewandhaus, 1884) los modelos a seguir. Una variante de este modelo es la gran sala de forma circular, con gran capacidad de público y de escenario, del Royal Albert Hall, en Londres (1871). Ya en el siglo XX, la novedosa construcción de la Philharmonie de Berlín (1963), con el escenario en el centro de la sala y el público en sucesivas terrazas a su alrededor, siempre a corta distancia de los intérpretes, inaugura un nuevo modelo que se ha reproducido frecuentemente desde entonces.

La Philharmonie de Berlín

Véase también[editar]

  • Salas de conciertos de los Países Bajos

Referencias[editar]

  • Mortier, Gerard (2010). «Las nuevas salas de ópera (Victoria Newhouse)». Dramaturgia de una pasión. Madrid: Akal. pp. 105-127. ISBN 978-84-460-3185-7|fechaacceso= requiere |url= (ayuda)

Enlaces externos[editar]

  • Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre salas de conciertos.
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An artist from Bulgaria carves very graceful figures from fruits and vegetables (10 photos)

An artist from Bulgaria carves very graceful figures from fruits and vegetables (10 photos)

10.11.2019 08:32

The world is full of hidden talents, and Angel Bolariyev is an example of this. This Bulgarian fruit and vegetable sculptor creates true works of art, from animals with amazing levels of detail to patterns that resemble stars due to their symmetry and geometry. In an interview, Angel spoke about how he discovered this art for himself, what his favorite fruits and vegetables are at work.

It all started in a small restaurant

Angel took his first steps in fruit carving 7 years ago. “I was impressed with the skills, the technique, even the tools that the craftsmen used to create such figures from a watermelon, an apple or a turnip,” says the sculptor.

At the time he was working as a manager in a small restaurant with a boss who he described as «the worst». Angel Bolariyev found that cutting fruit and vegetables calmed him down, allowing him to let go of the pressures at work. After watching a few videos on YouTube, he decided to try his hand at cutting vegetables. Angel started with small flowers made on carrots, gradually complicating his work, carving watermelons and pumpkins.

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Within six months, the fruit sculptor was able to improve his technique, and soon Angel was hired as a carver in a prestigious hotel in Golden Sands. In one of the local hotels in this famous resort, Angel still works.

Bolariyev won two gold medals at the Culinary Cup of the Balkans, a competition that brings together the best chefs and confectioners from around the world.

«Watermelon and pumpkin sculptures are the most attractive to the public,» says Angel.

Shapes inspired by Asian mythology and nature

Fruit carving is an art form that was practiced centuries ago in China and Thailand and is closely associated with the mythological beliefs of those countries. It is not surprising that at the beginning of his work, this artist was inspired by the works of masters from Asia. As he mastered the technique of working with food, he began drawing his own drawings on paper before recreating them in watermelons and pumpkins.

“I think that over time, each master develops his own individual style of work,” he said, referring to a technique that should not be compared with that of other specialists in this field.

The best fruits and vegetables for slicing

When choosing which fruits to work with, Angel has an advantage. Bulgaria has a warm climate, so the master has access to seasonal fruits and vegetables. “In the summer, watermelon is the favorite and most attractive fruit, and during the colder months, I work mostly with pumpkin,” he said.

“I also use root vegetables and love turnips, celery and beets. Pumpkin is the most suitable fruit for slicing, because it is quite strong and plastic,” concluded Angel Bolariyev.

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The radio telescope can also penetrate through the accumulations of gases or cosmic dust that fill vast spaces in space. In addition, it can be used in any weather, as radio waves easily pass through clouds in the Earth’s atmosphere. One of the largest radio telescopes in the world with a diameter of 300 m was built in Puerto Rico in the crater of an extinct volcano by an American scientist. A very peculiar radio telescope, consisting of fixed elements arranged in a circle with a diameter of 600 m, was installed at 1976 in the USSR in the North Caucasus.

What are stars made of?

Stars that appear to us as small blue dots in the dark night sky are actually bright suns like ours. In other words, they are huge spherical accumulations of hot gases. They are so hot that a piece of steel would instantly turn into steam if it came close to the surface of any of them! The density of these gases in many stars is low, because the particles of atoms of various substances that make up stars are at a fairly large distance from each other.

Each star contains many chemical elements. For example, the presence of at least 60 elements has been detected on the Sun. Among them are hydrogen, helium, iron, calcium, magnesium and others. In cooler stars, matter is mostly in liquid form, reminiscent of boiling iron in blast furnaces. In the oldest and coldest stars, particles of matter are so densely “packed” that a cubic centimeter of it can weigh a ton or even more. Such stars are called extinct. Unable to take samples of material from the surface of stars, astronomers use special instruments, spectroscopes, to study them.

The spectroscope allows you to get the emission spectrum of a star, that is, a set of wavelengths emitted by a star. Using the spectrum, scientists can determine the chemical composition of a star and its temperature. Each chemical element corresponds to a certain wavelength of light, and the intensity of the radiation makes it possible to distinguish the degree of its heating.

How many stars can you see in the sky?

In books, you can often find phrases like: «The sky was dotted with billions of stars.» In other words, when we look at the sky on summer nights, it seems to us that before our eyes there are countless small luminous points. Therefore, it may surprise you that a person with good eyesight can see only about 6,000 stars in the sky without the help of a telescope. And this does not mean at all that you are able to see them all at the same time: some of them are always hidden behind the horizon line. Therefore, at best, being at a certain point on Earth, you will see only half of them. In addition, evaporation and fog that accumulate near the surface of the Earth hide from our eyes the stars located low above the horizon.

Thus, if you decided to count the stars in the sky, then most likely it would turn out that there are a little more than a thousand of them. If, however, the same sky is photographed with a camera attached to a telescope, the result will be different. You will find that there are many more stars in the photograph than you could see with the naked eye. Using a powerful telescope, you can photograph over 1,000,000,000 stars! After the discovery of a particular star, it is assigned a specific name or serial number.

A long time ago, people in different parts of the world — Arabs, Greeks, Romans, Chinese — gave names to the brightest and most remarkable stars. There are several hundred such stars — with names. Then scientists began to compile catalogs — special lists in which all the stars they noticed were entered. The oldest catalog known to us was compiled in 137 AD. It includes 1025 stars. The modern catalog contains more than 457,000!

Which stars are closest to Earth?

Sometimes we are able to measure something, but at the same time we cannot realize what, in fact, our result means. This is what happens when it comes to the distances between objects in outer space. We are able to measure their distance from each other, but the very scale of measurements simply does not fit into the usual framework of our lives. When answering the question, «How does light travel?» — we have already mentioned the concept of a light year — the distance that a ray of light travels in one year. It is almost 100 trillion kilometers! This unit of measurement is one of the fundamentals of gastronomy.

Now let’s move on to the question of how «close» the nearest stars are to Earth. The least distant from our planet (except, of course, the Sun) is Proxima Centauri, the distance to which is 4.3 light years. This exceeds 40 trillion kilometers! This star is visible in the sky over the Southern Hemisphere. The closest star to us in the Northern Hemisphere is Sirius. Its light reaches the Earth in 8 years.

The most distant stars visible to the naked eye are about 8,000,000 light-years away. However, with the help of telescopes, you can see stars that are much further away. Modern instruments make it possible to detect stars whose light takes hundreds of millions of years to reach us.

Why do stars emit light?

Stars are huge balls of gas that emit their own light, in contrast to the planets and their satellites, which glow by the reflected light of stars. For example, moonlight is nothing but sunlight reflected by the moon. Another difference is that the stars seem to twinkle to us, while the light of the planets is even and unflickering. The twinkling of stars is caused by the presence of various substances in the earth’s atmosphere.

Our Sun is also a star, though not too big or bright. Compared to others, it occupies an intermediate position in these parameters. Millions of stars are much smaller than our Sun, while others are much larger. Among them there are those that, being in the place of the Sun, would include the orbits of not only the Earth and Mars, but even Jupiter! However, they still appear to us as small dots due to their very great distance.

Since the time of the ancient Greek astronomers, stars have been divided into groups according to their magnitude. The concept of «magnitude» here does not mean the true size of the stars, but their brightness. In addition, stars differ in their spectra, or, in other words, in the wavelengths of their radiations. By studying the spectrum of a star, astronomers learn a lot about its features, temperature, and even chemical composition.

How are stars distinguished by brightness?

Looking at the sky, we do not notice much difference between the stars. It’s just that some of them seem bigger or brighter than others, that’s all. However, in fact, the stars are different from each other, and the difference between them reaches colossal proportions. If you classify the stars according to their spectra, they will be arranged in a row — from blue to red.

Blue stars are the hottest and brightest. The temperature on their surface reaches 400,000 °C. The temperature on the surface of the Sun — a yellow star — is approximately 6000 °C. The coldest are red stars. Their temperature is about 2500 ° C, but their light is not as bright as that of blue, white or yellow. There are, however, many other, very special stars: these include neutron stars, the so-called black holes and others.

Black holes, for example, do not emit any radiation at all.

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