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Despite limited release, "Flower Power" sold 29, copies in its first week, peaking at number five on the Oricon Singles Chart. After the success of the preceding singles, " Paparazzi " and "Oh! A concept photo released by the group's Japanese label shows the group trying to escape searchlights; the song is in Japanese with interspersed English phrases.
Sekirara human nature. Stark naked, human nature; the single was not released physically until November 21 because of problems with production. It is an up-tempo electropop and dance-pop number, taking influences from trance and electro house , with a "flowing" bassline and a chorus line demonstrating the "sexy side" of Girls' Generation, contrary to the single's title.
Lyrically, the song describes "the strategic moves between a man and a woman on the dancefloor," sung by the group with "the sound and light of a glitzy atmosphere. On April 5, , a shortened version of the music video for "Beep Beep" was released. The single managed to sell 13, copies on its first day, charting at number two on Oricon's Daily Single Chart, it sold 29, copies during its first week of physical release. The single raced to number six on the Japan Hot in its second week; the single charted on the Hot Single Sales chart at number four, as well as Billboard Japan's airplay charts: twelve on Contemporary Airplay and thirty-two on Top Airplay.
The group performed the song for the first time on TBS Kayou Kyoku on November 13, ; the same day, the group held their "Playing with Girls' Generation" fan meeting with 10, people at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium. The group performed the song along with "Gee" and "Oh! The Padua Baptistery , dedicated to St. John the Baptist , is a religious building found on the Piazza del Duomo next to the cathedral in Padua.
Preserved inside is one of the most important fresco cycles of the 14th century, a masterpiece by Giusto de Menabuoi ; the construction of the baptistery began in the 12th century on top of an existing structure.
Between and it was restored and adapted as a mausoleum for prince Francesco il Vecchio da Carrara and his wife, Fina Buzzaccarini; the latter oversaw the decorative work. With the fall of the House of Da Carrara in , Venetian soldiers demolished the grand burial monuments and covered the numerous emblems of Francesco il Vecchio with green paint. After various partial restorations in the 20th century, the work is awaiting an important full restoration; the fresco cycle decorating the walls, painted between and by Giusto de' Menabuoi, is considered a masterpiece.
With respect to previous works, Padua must have been struck by the Romanesque and Byzantine rigidity, as can be seen in the Paradise of the baptistery's cupola : the scene is organized around a Christ Pantocrator , around which turns a hypnotic wheel with multi-layered spokes made of angels and saints, whose golden halos as seen from below seem to be the work of a magnificent goldsmith.
At the center of the Paradise is the Mother of God. The paintings that cover the walls show scenes from the life of St. John the Baptist and Jesus. On the walls adjacent to the altar are represented the Crucifixion and the Descent of the Holy Spirit , a large polyptych by Guisto de' Menabuoi, sits on the altar itself.
Painted on the walls surrounding the altar, in the apse , are monstrous figures and images of the Book of Revelation. In the tholobate are scenes from the book of Genesis , while prophets and evangelists look down from the pendentives.
In the stories of Christ and John the Baptist, frescoed on the walls, appear finely calculated architectural representations into which the painter has inserted his solemn, static images; the figures represented in the surrounding scenes, appear freer, for example in the Wedding Feast at Cana , where a group of servants moves about the room in contrast to the static diners. In the scene of the creation of the world the zodiac show Christ's function as Lord of cosmic time.
God the Father can interrupt the course of natural events to manifest His will to mankind: which occurred during the three hours of darkness that accompanied the agony and death of Jesus. Through his angels, represented here, God dominates and neutralizes the influence of the planetary demons here in the world underneath the moon.. ISBN Web Gallery of Art. Full lyrics of this song at Metrolyrics. WikiVisually Top Lists. Trending Stories.
It is an example of constrained writing , a book with restrictions on how it can be written. It is also one of the most prodigious examples of piphilology , being written in " pilish ". The word " cadae " is the alphabetical equivalent of the first five digits of Pi, 3. In addition to the main restriction, the author attempts to mimic portions, or entire works, of different types and pieces of literature " The Raven ", " Jabberwocky ", the lyrics of Yes , " The Love Song of J. When the number of letters in each word is written out they form the first digits of pi. While in this example each word is the same number of letters as the next digit of pi and ten letters for the digit 0 , some sections use words of more than ten letters as a one followed by another digit:. Taking "A" as 1, "B" as 2, "C" as 3, etc.
Despite limited release, "Flower Power" sold 29, copies in its first week, peaking at number five on the Oricon Singles Chart. After the success of the preceding singles, " Paparazzi " and "Oh! A concept photo released by the group's Japanese label shows the group trying to escape searchlights; the song is in Japanese with interspersed English phrases. Sekirara human nature. Stark naked, human nature; the single was not released physically until November 21 because of problems with production. It is an up-tempo electropop and dance-pop number, taking influences from trance and electro house , with a "flowing" bassline and a chorus line demonstrating the "sexy side" of Girls' Generation, contrary to the single's title.