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Three Days Grace

Three Days Grace

Three Days Grace
  • Adam Gontier: [Lead Vocals, Guitar]
  • Neil Sanderson: [Drums]
  • Brad Walst: [Bass, Vocals]
  • Barry Stock: [Lead Guitar]

"At one point when we were on the road, I felt like I had a target on my back. I felt like there were a lot of things getting thrown at me that I had to deal with and I felt alone? I was the only one who could really understand myself." – Adam Gontier

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525 – 456 B.C., Athenian tragic dramatist, b. Eleusis. The first of the three great Greek writers of tragedy, Aeschylus was the predecessor of Sophocles and Euripides. 1
Aeschylus fought at Marathon and at Salamis. In 476 B.C. he went to Sicily to live at the court of Hiero I, and he died at Gela. He wrote perhaps 90 plays (7 survive in full) and won 13 first prizes at the Greater Dionysia, the spring dramatic festival in which each dramatist submitted four connected plays—a tragic trilogy and a lighter satyr play. 2

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Clowns The three most celebrated are Joseph Grimaldi (1779-1837), the French Carlin (1713-1783), and Richard Tarlton, in the days of Queen Elizabeth, who acted at the galleried inn called the Belle Sauvage.

"To sit with Tarlton on an alehouse signe."

Bishop Hall: Satires. Source: Brewer's Dictionary.

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Bunner, H. C.: Three Operettas; Harper and Brothers; New York; 1897. The Three Little Kittens of the Land of Pie, P. 3. Music by Oscar Weil. Illustrations by C. D. Weldon. 1
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Dead Shares

In theatrical sharing companies three or more supernumerary shares are so called. The manager has one or more of these shares for his expenses; a star will have another; and sometimes a share, or part of a share, is given to an actor who has brought down the house, or made a hit.

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Asian drama

These are dramatic works produced in the East. Of the three major Asian dramas—

  • Sanskrit
  • Chinese
  • Japanese

—the oldest is Sanskrit, although the dates of its origin are uncertain. 1

See also Sanskrit literature; Chinese literature; Japanese literature; and drama, Western. 2

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Sparta – Threes

Sparta - Threes

Sparta – Threes

Sparta combine the quirky elements of indie rock–unusual start-stop riffs and guitar skwonks–with anthemic choruses and surprisingly uplifting melodies, emerging with an uplifting and intelligent form of arena rock. Continue reading Sparta – Threes

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Threes of Macbeth

By Bill Long 11/27/06

A Perfectly Divine Number–For Perfect Evil

Whether or not the universe is made up of threes, or the human mind is structured to think it triploid patters, I think we are on solid ground when we say that uses of threes in literature indicates that the author is trying to tell us that things are orderly or stable.

Shakespeare used the language and rhythm of "threes" in Macbeth 1.1. to turn the concept of threes on its head. Rather than being a sign that all is right with the world, the "threes" in the conduct and mouth of the Weird Sisters show the moral confusion of the universe. We are prepared by Shakespeare, then, to enter into a world of confusion and pain, of appearance v. reality, where an ordered world becomes a disordered world, though often retaining the patina of order.

Just as there is heaven, earth and hell, ruled over by a just, righteous and good God (according to the three Western monotheistic religions), so a threefold literary pattern means things are "under control." Thus it is striking to me that when Shakespeare opens Macbeth, with its 11-line first scene, he uses repeated patterns of threes.

However, because of the last two lines of the scene ("Fair is foul, and foul is fair./ Hover through the fog and filthy air," 1.1.10-11), we see that the threes will be used to precipitate moral confusion rather than moral clarity.

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Three is the Magic Number – School House Rock

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Molasses to Rum

Musical: 1776

Song: Molasses to Rum


Molasses to rum to slaves, oh what a beautiful waltz
You dance with us, we dance with you
Molasses and rum and slaves

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School House Rock audio of “Three is the Magic Number”

Blind Melon
Blind Melon

School House Rock rock video of “Three is the Magic Number”. Music by Blind Melon.

“Somewhere in that ancient mystic trinity
You’ll get three
As a magic number”.

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Columbia, The Gem of the Ocean

O, Columbia! the gem of the ocean,
The home of the brave and the free,
The shrine if each patriot’s devotion,
A world offers homage to thee.
Thy mandates make heroes assemble
When Liberty’s form stands in view;
Thy banners make tyranny tremble


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