Lied des Monats - Song of the Month

Lied des Monats 'Nach grüner Farb mein Herz verlangt', Michael Praetorius 1610
Melody and text in February 2021

Lied des Monats März 2021 'Shalom Chaverim', Kanon zu 8 Stimmen aus Israel
Manning Oaks Elementary School 4th and 5th Grade Chorus performing 'Shalom Chaverim' in Alpharetta city, in March 2021

Primary and secondary schools in Alpharetta city, as World languages at Manning Oaks that are spoken at home include Arabic, Azerbaijani, Albanian, Amharic, Chinese, English, Farsi, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Iranian, Japanese, Kannada, Korean, Luo, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish, Tamil, Telugu, Turkish, Urdu, Uzbek and Vietnamese

Song in April 2021 'Michael, Row the Boat Ashore' African-American song noted in the 1860s Civil War at St. Helena Island of South Carolina and sung by former slaves whose owners had cowardly left before the Union navy arrived

1942/1943 'Lullaby for my little boy in the crematorium' - originally in Yiddish 'A viglid far mayn yingele in krematoryum' - by the Jewish prisoner Aron Liebeskind in Treblinka, written after Liebeskind was forced to witness the murder of his wife and three-year-old son, and one of the few surviving newly-composed Yiddish songs from Treblinka
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 19 April – 16 May 1943 main revolt, casualties and aftermath

1716/1717 Antonio Vivaldi's 'La primavera' (Spring from Old English Springan, part of Sekwun March/April 'Break-up' and Mithoskumin May/June 'Spring' in Algonquian Cree language) in his series of concertos 'Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione' (The Contest Between Harmony and Invention), and in the 21st century globally performed

Song in May 2021 'Le Chant du rossignol' poème symphonique composé par Igor Stravinsky en 1917, 'The Song of the Nightingale', a symphonic poem written by Igor Stravinsky in 1917, containing the song of a fisherman in A minor (score section 68) and repeating this song in F minor (score section 96), both times ending on the third tone level with a 'vagierender Akkord' (name since 1922), in December 2015 performed by the 'Seattle Symphony Orchestra'

1554-1609 Italian composer Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi, known for his 1591 publication of balletti for five voices, always more globally performed in different languages, in 2012 by the Northern English Singers and the Madrigalchor Gelsenkirchen-Buer in St. James's URC in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Music/Song in June 2021 Since 1917/1918 Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953) Symphony no.1 in D major, op.25 'Classical Symphony', composed in 1916/1917 and premiered on 18 April 1918 in Petrograd, conducted by Prokofiev, since then performed globally and also in spring 1968 across Yugoslavia by 'Jeunesses Musicales'

Since 1936 Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67, that includes narrating as each character in the story has a particular instrument and musical theme, composed by Sergei Prokofiev, after he was commissioned by the director of the Central Children's Theatre in Moscow, to write a musical symphony for children, debuted at a children's concert in the conservatory in May, as the American premiere took place in March 1938, with Prokofiev himself conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Depuis 1941 le Chant des partisans, ou Chant de la libération, l’hymne de la Résistance française durant l’occupation par l’Allemagne nazie, pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale

Since 1947/48 A Survivor from Warsaw, Op. 46, by by the Los Angeles-based Austrian composer Arnold Schoenberg, written in tribute to Holocaust victims

Data, units of information collected through observation, including data as a set of values of qualitative or quantitative variables - Lilian date, the number of days since the beginning of the Gregorian Calendar on 15 October 1582 (regarded as Lilian date 1 and named for Italian doctor, astronomer and chronologist Aloysius Lilius, who devised the Gregorian Calendar - Since October 1582 Gregorian calendar is the calendar used in most of the world - Since 1780 meteorological seasons, as in the northern hemisphere, spring begins on 1 March, summer on 1 June, autumn on 1 September, winter on 1 December, and as for the southern hemisphere temperate zone, spring begins on 1 September, summer on 1 December, autumn on 1 March, and winter on 1 June - Since ancient times indigenous people in polar, temperate and tropical climates of northern Eurasia, the Americas, Africa, Oceania, and Australia have traditionally defined the seasons ecologically by observing the activity of the plants, animals and weather around them. as for instance in North America Cree and possibly other Algonquian speaking peoples used or still use a 6-season system, including Pipon January/February 'Winter', Sekwun March/April 'Break-up', Mithoskumin May/June 'Spring', Nepin July/August 'Summer', Tukwakin September/October 'Autumn', Mikiskaw November/December 'Freeze-up'