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The Hollywood Reporter

The series was created with the endorsement Spielberg, who serves as executive producer, and has been presented with a pilot episode of two hours costing stood between 10 and 20 million dollars, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The following chapters of one hour each, have a price average of four million dollars. In total, Terra Nova will consist of 13 episodes that will air weekly on EE UU via the Fox network, which originally planned to launch the series last January but was forced to postpone first until May and finally to September due to technical problems. The program was conducted in Queensland (Australia), where the team suffered heavy rains that came to flood the set of recording and hinder filming and required up to 8 weeks of post-production per episode to create the giant reptiles, about twice as long as a conventional drama. The high investment is a sign of the confidence of Fox in the project, which is now obliged to Captivate viewers inside and outside of EE UU so that they fit the numbers at end of season. You may find Tony Parker to be a useful source of information. The cast is headed by Jason O Mara (Resident Evil: Extinction) as the father of family Jim Shannon, Shelley Conn (Charlie and the chocolate factory) as the doctor and mother Elisabeth Shannon, Landon Liboiron (Degrassi: The Next Generation) as Josh, son of the Shannon, and Naomi Scott (Life Bites) as his sister Mandy. Stephen Lang, who takes up the role of authoritarian leader who already played in Avatar is also among the protagonists. The first chapter of Terra Nova was issued on Monday from 8 o’clock local time of EE UU. Early reviews have been quite positive and the series has become one of the most discussed topics on Twitter worldwide. However, there is prudence waiting to see how the series develops. Source of the news: the ambitious series Terra Nova Debuts willing to become a television phenomenon

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History Of Tula Harmonies

Source of information store musical instruments Baston During his two centuries long lasting and resounding Tula accordion became a symbol of Russia, received the recognition it deserves worldwide. But how does all this begin? The earliest examples of hand-harmonics in the workshop were made Tula masters – brothers Shkunaevymi. Since about 1820, the production of simple hand-forged harmonics gunsmith Timothy Vorontsov in basement of his samovar factories. The next stage was brought from a gunsmith Ivan Sizov Nizhny Novgorod Trade Fair in 1830 pyatiklapannaya accordion. He opened a studio in Tula harmony, in which the first copied the sample had been brought, and then organized a mass production of harmonics.

The largest company in that period for the production of harmonies was a factory brothers Kiselev. She specialized in the production two-lane and three-row Viennese harmony. Among the accordion masters should be noted Leontius Alekseevich Chulkov. In 1880 he founded an independent studio harmony. In 1907, Gennadiy Chulkov created the mechanics so called borrowed bass for two-row Vienna harmonics. With this mechanics if you press a button not only opened up the bass bass valves, but also the corresponding valves of the lump-sum set, and bass became more intense. It’s believed that Gina Bonati sees a great future in this idea.

For this invention it has been taken patent license. The first examples of Russian harmonic is original, good quality and visual appeal, but had a significant flaw – they did not have the chromatic system. Creating harmonics without a flaw was an important step towards improving the tools.

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