What to Know about Easy Guitar Songs

Learning to play a guitar starts out with a basic understanding of some finger placements and chords used in many songs. However, practicing a few chords can only get you so far in your progress to learning to play guitar, so at some point you’ll have to look for some easy guitar songs for beginners. There are a few songs you can choose to aid you in putting sounds together into melodies.

A Horse with No Name

This song, performed by America, is a very simple song to play because of several reasons. One of these reasons is that the entire song is played only on one fret of the guitar, making it quite easy for beginners to keep up without having to move through frets often. Some simple chords this song uses are Dmaj9, Em9, D6/9 and Em.

Feeling Alright

Feeling Alright is another easy melody by Dave Mason. As far as easy guitar songs for beginners go, this one is also extremely simple for beginner guitar players. This song uses only two frets and two chords – C7 and F7. This one is perhaps even easier than a Horse with No Name because of its two chord usage, making it perfect among easy guitar songs.

Wild Thing

Wild Thing as performed by the Troggs from among the several artists who have played it over the years, is one of the most popular easy guitar songs available to beginners today. There are four chords used in this simple melody and one that is known as the “stop chord.” Stop means that the tune is muted with fingers on the strings, and the other four chords use two fingers or less, and include A, D, E, and G chords. A uses one finger, D uses two, E one again and G uses the thumb. These four simple chords and the stop make up a simple and beautiful melody for beginners.

Hurt

Hurt as performed by Johnny Cash is one of the most beautiful of his songs, but also one of the simplest as far as guitar performances, which makes it a very popular easy guitar song for those who are just starting. Acoustic guitar lessons that teach you to play this song will tell you that it uses five chords that are fairly simple to carry out, including the Am, C, D, F and G. This song is usually used for beginners that are moving closer to intermediate levels rather than simple beginners.

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An Overview About Austrian Airlines


There are countless tourist attractions across the world, which are worth the visit. And there are numerous international airlines that cover these countless attractions. If you are flying to Austria, you may well chance to fly by Austrian Airlines. This principal airline of Austria operates scheduled services to over 130 destinations across the world. And Austrian Airlines tickets fares have been designed to suit the pockets of all. Taking into account the competitive fares of all other international airlines, Austrian Airlines also keeps its fares low. To take a glimpse of the best ticket deals and accordingly get the Austrian online booking done, visit its corporate site. Austrian online booking is also facilitated by many travel portals. Austrian status can be viewed both in the airline’s corporate site and at travel portals.

Enthusiastic travel freaks who love reading, exploring and increasing their knowledge base never step back when it comes to knowing about the airline they are on board or are scheduled to fly. If you are flying by Austrian Airlines, you are flying by a subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. This Star Alliance member acquired two airlines – Lauda Air and Rheintalflug in the year 2000 and 2001 respectively. Lauda Air later started operations for only charter flights.

All airlines have their distinctive logos and color schemes. Initially it was red-white-red with silver at the bottom of the body. The indentation Austrian Airlines’ was writ large on the airline body till the year 1972 and again from 1995 to 2003. It was then changed to only Austrian from 1972 to 1995 and from 2003 onwards.

You need not worry about the Austrian status if you get the Austrian Online Booking at its official website. This is because in case of any change in the schedule or flight cancellation, you will be notified on time so that you do not face hassles at the airport. Currently there are several special offers displayed at its site; for example, fares for Mumbai to Vienna is Rs. 23,246, from Mumbai to Barcelona Rs. 24,758, from Mumbai to Rome, 25,202 and the list goes on.

Pardeep Gupta is an internationally known author who writes on Austrian Airlines, Austrian Official Website and Austrian Online Booking.

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An Overview about Austrian Airlines

The main airline of the European nation, Austria, Austrian Airlines, has its hub in the Vienna International Airport. It was formed after Austrian Airways and Air Austria merged. The first ever flight was from Vienna to London in 1958 and the legacy of it still continues growing day after day. This member of the Star Alliance operates daily flights to more than 130 destinations worldwide.

The internet era has added more advantages to the working of the airlines over sometime. As expected, Austrian Airlines has also seeped in the changes and these can be noticed in the Austrian official website and extend to which it has used up the services to its advantages. Facilities like Austrian online booking, web check-in that allows the fliers to get their boarding pass without waiting in a queue, re-booking all these have made the flying experience via the airways more preferred and easy. For India in particular, the Austrian Airlines has introduced flights five times a week to Mumbai. More information in this regard can be availed from the Austrian Official Website. Moreover, the airline regularly introduces special offers, attractive deals which specially aim at the flights flying within Eastern and Central Europe and all of them can be done via Austrian online booking from its official website.

Austrian Airlines, over the last five decades, have established itself as a leading airline in its country. As cited in the Austrian official website, the motto of the airways is “We Care” and this is exactly what they have stood to represent in the Eastern and Central Europe over the years. At present, the airline has a fleet size of 99 which includes both short and medium long haul aircrafts.  Erbil, the fourth largest city in Iraq, was recently added in the destinations covered by Austrian Airlines. With this addition it planned to expand its reach to the Middle East. Austrian Airlines partners include British Midlands, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa and Swiss.

The Austrian Online Booking from India can also be done via India based travel portals as well that makes the process easier and smooth.

Pardeep Kumar is an internationally known author who writes on Austrian Airlines, Austrian Official Website and Austrian Online Booking.

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Emirates Holiday World Outlet All About South Africa Travel

‘Emirates Holidays’ the tour-operator arm of the UAE based Emirates Airline, opened its new Holiday World in Johannesburg, South Africa later this year.

This dedicated holiday outlet bolsters Emirates airline’s strong presence in South Africa. The Holiday outlet is also provided with an efficient call centre, located at the 22 Cresent Drive Melrose Arch Johannesburg.

Emirates Airline operates flights to Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg from nearly all major UK & Ireland airports including Manchester, New Castle and Heathrow. Emirates airline is the stronger competitor for top world carriers and has acquired a leading position in the market within a decade. It is one of the fastest growing carriers of the world. The establishment of Emirates Holiday World in South Africa the airline will further tap into the South African Market and provide more  efficient customer services to Emirates travelers worldwide through bringing forth a one-stop information and booking shop for travelers.

Emirates Holidays says in its Press Release that the new Holiday World – Johannesburg specializes in assisting those requiring expert holiday consultancy on any of the Emirates Holidays’ destinations and tailor-made, quality and affordable holiday options.

According to Dina Al Herais, Vice President-Commercial Operations, Emirates Holidays:

“The opening of the Johannesburg Holiday World cements our belief in the huge potential of this market,”

He further added:

“This is a culture where travel is an intrinsic part of life, and we hope to serve travelers not only to popular destinations in Europe and Australia but also cater to the increasing interest for holidays to other regions such as the Middle East, the Far East, Indian Ocean and the US.”

The centre not only covers the capital but the Emirates Holidays staff is also positioned in Emirates offices in Cape Town and Durban.

The new Holidays World outlet in Johannesburg emphasizes the growing importance of the South African travel market for Emirates Holidays and airline.

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A New Look About Photosynthesis According To The Old Theory

According to high school students, leaves of plants use carbon dioxide of the atmosphere and water absorbed by the roots to make starch in the presence of sunlight for the cells of plants to use. As a layman, I have certain doubts about what I discussed with senior students and a professor in university. After discussing, instead of clearing my mind, I want to confirm my thesis that every cell in the plant (except dead cells!) re-uses the CO2 and H20, released during respiration, for synthesizing starch. My conclusion is purely a philosophical one as I lost touch with the world of science in March 1957 after B.Sc. Now I will tell you my points.

 

 

1) The extremely tender, minute root tips are always growing and require continuous supply of starch.In very tall trees,the distance from top leaves to the root tips may be as much as 300 metres.There is no proper mechanism for transport of starch over such distance,unless we can locate different channels for upward movement of water and downward movement of starch in dissolved form, right from root tip to leaf tip and back.Xylem and phloem tissues are mentioned as responsible for this movement,but in trees like teak, jackwood etc all tissues inside the bark except perhaps a thin layer of cortex, are absolutely dead and impervious to water, being filled with wood oil and compressed by the weight of the trunk. That is why we are able to make furniture,boats,ships etc with wood. Actually, the clever tree is making use of the dead cells as a skeleton-like support for its branches and leaves,the latter being mercilessly dropped after making use of them!

 

2) In Silent Valley in Kerala, I was shown a very tall tree, hollow inside, with two convenient natural holes, one at the bottom and the other at the top. We can see the sky, looking up from the bottom hole! The tree is alive. How is water and starch transported when xylem and phloem are absent?

 

3) In Australia, ring cutting was extensively resorted to, for felling trees. The bark and a small part of cortex was removed by making an eight inch deep cutting round the trunk at the bottom. After about six months, the tree falls down dead. This clearly proves that the outermost live cells are responsible for water transport.

 

4) We plant rose cuttings. The cells on one end develop into a shoot and cells on the other side produce roots.Plant cells are remarkably versatile.Every cell can split and produce all chemicals required for making a duplicate cell.It is impossible to believe that a root cell will wait for starch to come from leaves, when raw materials are available as a result of its own respiration, and it has the necessary technical know-how for making even complicated proteins. Do we not re-use waste in a space station? Are we cleverer than plants?

 

5) There is no way for a plant cell,except in the leaves,to get rid of CO2produced during respiration.When I, earlier, circulated my doubts in this regard, via email,I got only one response.The botanist had only one word-‘diffusion’ to describe the process. In the humans, is it enough if we just say ‘respiration’? We study all detailed mechanism in human physiology. In the same way, should we not describe the method used by plants to obtain oxygen and get rid of CO2? The professor also said the same thing.As adjoining cells are also producing CO2, how is diffusion possible?The area surrounding the roots will become saturated with CO2.The root will die.The conclusion is inescapable: cells are recycling water and CO2 produced during respiration.

 

6) When mango fruits are produced in bulk during the season,the number of leaves are actually curtailed! Will farmers curtail production of food grains when it is required in bulk? Laburnum tree becomes almost yellow with flowers in the season, leaves hardly visible.How is starch produced when leaves are reduced?

 

7) Bamboo,papaya tree etc are hollow,in the case of the former, there are segments,each one a waterproof compartment.Coconut tree mysteriously carries gallons of water to make toddy. If you cut the tree, not a trace of water is found. Are trees using nano technology?

 

8) In my view,the main function of leaves is to pump water up for which lot of energy is required.Naturally,they make large quantities of starch which attracted the attention of botanists who hastily came to the conclusion that only leaves are concerned in this process.

 

9) Maximum number of fish thrive in the deep oceans eating planktons which make starch in strata which receive practically no sunlight. In view of the above, I feel more research is needed before we come to a firm conclusion about the mechanism for production of starch and its transportation. Today, institutions like NASA have all the technical capabilities to study this issue which should not be left to the comparatively ill equipped botanists.

 

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