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This blending of elements is illustrated in his participation in the 1969 Music From Free Creek " supersession " project, where Emerson performs with drummer Mitch Mitchell and bassist Chuck Rainey covering, among other tracks, the Eddie Harris instrumental " Freedom Jazz Dance ".
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The cuisine of Mexico has evolved through thousands of years of blending indigenous cultures, with later European elements added after the 15th century.
Isles of Terra and the Xeen games featured a more distinct environment, blending fantasy and science fiction elements in a unique way.
Overall, Hellenistic culture in the age that followed Alexander the Great itself showed syncretist features, essentially blending of Mesopotamian, Persian, Anatolian, Egyptian ( and eventually Etruscan – Roman ) elements within an Hellenic formula.
:" My thesis is that furry fandom coalesced out of sf fandom and comics fandom, blending elements from both of them and achieving its own critical mass in 1983 / 1984.
Despite the resulting poor production, the album was a well-received effort that was credited for blending elements of thrash and speed metal.
However, its real tribute is in its subtly layered blending of elements from Lennon-McCartney tunes.
BoC's sound is a product of their use of analog equipment, mix of electronic and conventional instrumentation, use of distorted samples as well as live and recorded lyrics, and their layering and blending of these elements.
It is thought the name was an invention of Henry Schoolcraft, who had similarly invented the names of many other Michigan counties and townships by blending elements from diverse Native American languages with other languages such as Latin and Arabic.
Produced by Andrew Gold, the album received positive reviews for its imaginative blending of elements of classic America tunes into familiar holiday standards.
The band's popularity peaked in the late 1970s, with the release of seven albums blending elements of jazz, rock, funk, R & B, and pop.
Dmitry Shvidkovsky suggested that the " improbable " shapes of the Intercession Church and the Church of Ascension in Kolomenskoye manifested an emerging national renaissance, blending earlier Muscovite elements with the influence of Italian Renaissance.
They then spearheaded the nascent rockabilly revival, by blending the 1950s Sun Studio sound with modern punk musical elements.
The Passion Plays of the 15th century, with their peculiar blending of religious, artistic, and increasingly secular elements, gave a true picture of German city life of those times.
Though it presented Mystikal's typical and unique flow style, the song also saw a blending of jazz and swing elements with hip-hop.
There was a blending of cultural elements as some traits of varied origin were retained while others were lost.
They got a frosty reception in Sydney, although they had a slightly warmer welcome in Melbourne, where local bands and other performing groups had more of a history of blending experimental and theatrical elements with rock music.
Beginning in the 1980s, Les Rita Mitsouko became very popular throughout Europe with their unique blending of punk, new wave, dance and cabaret elements.
Mixtures are the product of a mechanical blending or mixing of chemical substances like elements and compounds, without chemical bonding or other chemical change, so that each ingredient substance retains its own chemical properties and makeup.
According to Hand, Cooper's script for the episode was dizzyingly multilayered, blending authentic details of oil rig workers ' daily activities, with elements of what might be termed " subterranea " or Hollow Earth lore, yet managing to faintly invoke nautical stories like the kraken.
By blending of real and virtual elements and enabling users to physically interact with their surroundings during the play, people can become fully involved in pervasive games and attain better gaming experience.
The architectural style is one of refined eclecticism, blending massive, austere, North European brick construction and playful elements reminiscent of oriental and venetian architecture, such as turrets adorned with golden starlets, decorated balconies, wooden masts, and statues.
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Premultiplied alpha has some practical advantages over normal alpha blending because premultiplied alpha blending is associative and linear interpolation gives better results, although premultiplication can cause a loss of precision and, in extreme cases, a noticeable loss of quality.
In addition to over, Porter and Duff defined the compositing operators in, held out by ( usually abbreviated out ), atop, and xor ( and the reverse operators rover, rin, rout, and ratop ) from a consideration of choices in blending the colors of two pixels when their coverage is, conceptually, overlaid orthogonally:
Alpha blending is a convex combination of two colors allowing for transparency effects in computer graphics.
People say that what makes the Argentine pizza unique is the blending of Italian and Spanish cultures.
Camouflage is a set of methods of concealment that allows otherwise visible animals, military vehicles, or other objects to remain unnoticed by blending with their environment or by resembling something else.
The mechanism of transformation is structural mapping, in which properties of two or more source domains are selectively mapped onto a blended space ( Fauconnier & Turner, 1995 ; see conceptual blending ).
Although many Canadian whiskies are still labelled as “ rye ”, the modern mash bill for a Canadian “ rye ” whisky often contains little or no rye grain, and their flavour is derived in other ways ( such as flavour development from the aging process, blending with stronger-tasting Canadian whiskies, and the addition of flavourings ).
Continuous tone can be achieved with graphite on a smooth surface without blending, but the technique is laborious, involving small circular or oval strokes with a somewhat blunt point.
Turntablism embodies the art of cutting, beat juggling, scratching, needle drops, phase shifting, back spinning, and more to perform the transitions and overdubs of samples in a more creative manner ( although turntablism is often considered a use of the turntable as a musical instrument rather than a tool for blending recorded music ).
The basic operation used is known as ' alpha blending ', where an opacity value, ' α ' is used to control the proportions of two input pixel values that end up a single output pixel.
For compositing operators that are commutative, such as additive blending, it is safe to re-order the blending operations.
His career, though short, is described by Allmusic as " enormously influential " for both country and rock, " blending the two genres to the point that they became indistinguishable from each other.
Jarmusch's approach to filmmaking — in the words of The Salt Lake Tribune critic Sean P. Means — involves " blending film styles and genres with sharp wit and dark humor ", and is pervaded by a signature deadpan comedic tone.
The culture of Karachi is characterized by the blending of South Asian, Middle Eastern, Central Asian and Western influences, as well as its status as a major international business centre.
Merlot is a darkly blue-coloured wine grape, that is used as both a blending grape and for varietal wines.
In his own expression of the art there was a greater emphasis on what is referred to as kokyū-nage, or " breath throws " which are soft and blending, utilizing the opponent's movement in order to throw them.
There is a growing tendency towards " natural " tobaccos which derive their aromas from artful blending with selected spice tobaccos only and careful, often historically-based, curing processes.