Agate Bracelet 11 Set of 3 Botswana Moss Crazy Lace Stretch Round Stone Pack (Gift Box) (6.75). Natural Botswana Agate, Crazy Lace Agate and Moss Agate are strung on your new crystal healing bracelets. Botswana Agate has a translucent gray background with striking rhythmic patterns of brown and white bands. Crazy Lace Agate displays creamy white, brown, black, gold and occasional pink swirls. Moss Agate is a translucent stone full of green moss-like inclusions. These are durable stones...

Agate Bracelet 11 Set of 3 Botswana Moss Crazy Lace Stretch Round Stone Pack (Gift Box) (6.75). Natural Botswana Agate, Crazy Lace Agate and Moss Agate are strung on your new crystal healing bracelets. Botswana Agate has a translucent gray background with striking rhythmic patterns of brown and white bands. Crazy Lace Agate displays creamy white, brown, black, gold and occasional pink swirls. Moss Agate is a translucent stone full of green moss-like inclusions. These are durable stones...

Target's logo is elegantly simple. One dot. One ring. We created a brand campaign that actively deconstructs this iconic graphic identity. Instead of a static symbol, it becomes a rhythmic pattern, and a playful player in the choreography of life.The re…

Target's logo is elegantly simple. One dot. One ring. We created a brand campaign that actively deconstructs this iconic graphic identity. Instead of a static symbol, it becomes a rhythmic pattern, and a playful player in the choreography of life.The re…

Max Roach (born Maxwell Lemuel Roach), jazz percussionist, drummer, & composer. A pioneer of bebop, he went on to work in many other styles of music, and is considered among the most important drummers in history. He worked with many famous jazz musicians, including Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, & Thelonious Monk. His most significant innovations include devising a new concept of musical time - a flexible rhythmic pattern that allows soloists to play freely.

Max Roach (born Maxwell Lemuel Roach), jazz percussionist, drummer, & composer. A pioneer of bebop, he went on to work in many other styles of music, and is considered among the most important drummers in history. He worked with many famous jazz musicians, including Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, & Thelonious Monk. His most significant innovations include devising a new concept of musical time - a flexible rhythmic pattern that allows soloists to play freely.

Melanie Ferguson Ceramics, "Coastal stones rolling ashore, crashing waves, eroding hillsides, the swirling ripple on water's surface, and the vibrant colors and rhythmic patterns of the ocean's flora and fauna provides me with endless intrigue and inspiration.  My hand-build earthen and stoneware vessels are influenced by this symbolic gesture of how energy moves in and around organic objects to reshape their form, bounce light and crush the old to cast anew."

Melanie Ferguson Ceramics, "Coastal stones rolling ashore, crashing waves, eroding hillsides, the swirling ripple on water's surface, and the vibrant colors and rhythmic patterns of the ocean's flora and fauna provides me with endless intrigue and inspiration. My hand-build earthen and stoneware vessels are influenced by this symbolic gesture of how energy moves in and around organic objects to reshape their form, bounce light and crush the old to cast anew."

This CD introduces Choosy and the Choosy Kids Club, a very special member-only club for kids who make healthy choices. This CD includes songs to practice fundamental motor skills like jumping, hopping, and skipping. The Choosy Freeze song gives children practice at stopping and starting on cue. Children can practice repeating a rhythmic pattern with hands and feet when listening to the Choosy Says song. A Bye Bye song for closing routines plus instrumental tracks to allow for flexible use.

This CD introduces Choosy and the Choosy Kids Club, a very special member-only club for kids who make healthy choices. This CD includes songs to practice fundamental motor skills like jumping, hopping, and skipping. The Choosy Freeze song gives children practice at stopping and starting on cue. Children can practice repeating a rhythmic pattern with hands and feet when listening to the Choosy Says song. A Bye Bye song for closing routines plus instrumental tracks to allow for flexible use.

Sea Serpent Labradorite Beaded Necklace by Julie Long Gallegos (Beaded Necklace) | Artful Home

Sea Serpent Labradorite Beaded Necklace by Julie Long Gallegos (Beaded Necklace) | Artful Home

Students notate a rhythmic pattern using quarter notes, eighth notes, and quarter rests.

Students notate a rhythmic pattern using quarter notes, eighth notes, and quarter rests.

Béla Bartók - (3/25/1881, Nagyszentmiklós, Hungary, d. 9/26/1945, New York)   Composer, ethnomusicologist  Bela Bartok was one of the most significant musicians of the twentieth century. He shared with his friend Zoltán Kodály, another leading Hungarian composer, a passion for ethnomusicology. His music was invigorated by the themes, modes, and rhythmic patterns of the Hungarian and other folk music traditions he studied.

Béla Bartók - (3/25/1881, Nagyszentmiklós, Hungary, d. 9/26/1945, New York) Composer, ethnomusicologist Bela Bartok was one of the most significant musicians of the twentieth century. He shared with his friend Zoltán Kodály, another leading Hungarian composer, a passion for ethnomusicology. His music was invigorated by the themes, modes, and rhythmic patterns of the Hungarian and other folk music traditions he studied.

Melanie Ferguson Ceramics, "Coastal stones rolling ashore, crashing waves, eroding hillsides, the swirling ripple on water's surface, and the vibrant colors and rhythmic patterns of the ocean's flora and fauna provides me with endless intrigue and inspiration.  My hand-build earthen and stoneware vessels are influenced by this symbolic gesture of how energy moves in and around organic objects to reshape their form, bounce light and crush the old to cast anew."

Melanie Ferguson Ceramics, "Coastal stones rolling ashore, crashing waves, eroding hillsides, the swirling ripple on water's surface, and the vibrant colors and rhythmic patterns of the ocean's flora and fauna provides me with endless intrigue and inspiration. My hand-build earthen and stoneware vessels are influenced by this symbolic gesture of how energy moves in and around organic objects to reshape their form, bounce light and crush the old to cast anew."

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