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Gymnopedie No. 1 for Piano - Pure Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm By Lars Christian Lundholm
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Composed in 1888 by Erik Satie, the Gymnopedies are considered with their atmospheric mood a very important inspiration to modern ambient music. Dedicated to Mlle. Jean de Bret it embodys the spirit... More > of French impressionism and has been featured in many film sound tracks like Louis Malle's film My Dinner with Andre and The Fire Within by the same director. Satie was inspired by reading Gustave Flaubert's novel Salammbo and the composers first attempt at cutting himself loose from the conventional 19th century salon music Sheet Music for Piano arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. Gymnopedie No. 1 is also known by alternative title: Trois Gymnopedies, Lent et douloureux. - Instrumentation: Piano - Level: Easy - Score Type: Solo Score - Tempo: Slow - Genre: Impressionistic - Composer: Erik Satie - Year Composed: 1888 - Pages (approximate): 5< Less
Gymnopedie No. 2 for Piano - Pure Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm By Lars Christian Lundholm
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Composed in 1888 by Erik Satie, the Gymnopedies are considered with their atmospheric mood a very important inspiration to modern ambient music. Dedicated to Conrad Satie it embodys the spirit of... More > French impressionism and has been featured in many film sound tracks like Louis Malle's film My Dinner with Andre and The Fire Within by the same director. Satie was inspired by reading Gustave Flaubert's novel Salammbo and the composers first attempt at cutting himself loose from the conventional 19th century salon music Sheet Music for Piano arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. Gymnopedie No. 2 is also known by alternative title: Trois Gymnopedies, Lent et triste. - Instrumentation: Piano - Level: Easy - Score Type: Solo Score - Tempo: Slow - Genre: Impressionistic - Composer: Erik Satie - Year Composed: 1888 - Pages (approximate): 4< Less
The True History of Mental Science: A Lecture on Mental Healing in the Context of Christian Spiritualism By Julius A. Dresser
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This book contains Julius A. Dresser's summary of mental science and the ability to heal the sick with mental and spiritual power. As the son of Horatio Dresser - an acquaintance and adherent of... More > Phineas Quimby, the founder of the New Thought movement - Julius felt obliged to carry on his father's legacy by explaining the beliefs he held. Citing both ancient philosophy and religion, Julius begins by saying knowledge of mental healing is neither new nor novel: rather, it has practiced through history. Referring repeatedly to Christianity and Jesus Christ as an example of mental healing in action, Dresser aims to illustrate how P. P. Quimby rediscovered it. His experiences with tuberculosis, where conventional medicine in the form of camomile did more harm than good, are detailed. Quimby would later go on to assert that exciting, uplifting experiences such as riding a horse did far more for his tuberculosis than any other method.< Less
Seal's Promise : A Christian Way of Transitioning from Childhood to Teenage Life By Anusha Manne
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As a Christian, you will encounter certain situations, that will freeze your lifestyle. They suffocate the inner you, and with the lack of wisdom to fight, you grow weaker. You look to God for... More > strength, and he’s trying hard to tell you that he has already given you the power to overcome everything. But you didn’t know because you never tried to seek wisdom from God. Hosea 4:6 says, “my people are destroyed from lack of knowledge”. This book acts as a perfect guide for young teenage Christians as they transition from childhood to teenage life. With ten short chapters on significant life lessons, this book puts together those Bible verses that will give you enough wisdom, and prepare you to face the world. In this fiction novel, you will notice a young girl named, April who meets a tiny magical creature called Seal. Read on, as April discovers and learns valuable life-changing lessons when she faces the world for the first time as a teenager.< Less
A Well Behaved Woman's Life: A Novel: Is It Ever Too Late to Stop Being Well Behaved? By Susan McGeown
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What do you do when you discover that your entire adult life has been a lie What do you do when you realize everything you believed in and trusted in was nothing but an illusion painted with deceit... More > and framed in your own stupidity At fifty-two, the only fact that she is certain of is that her life is just about over. Standing, looking at herself in the mirror, the ravages of time and The Truth have turned her into a bitter, lonely, hateful, spiteful old woman. The peaceful, proper, well-behaved existence that has defined her entire life has gotten her absolutely nothing except an ocean of tears and a lifetime filled with regrets. However, whether she likes it or not, Bee must gradually begin to face the fact that perhaps God has not quite finished with her ... yet. A Well Behaved Woman's Life is a story that reminds us that even in our darkest times, God has anticipated our needs, reassuring us that anything is possible and it is never too late - even for love, dreams, laughter and happiness.< Less
E. W. Bullinger's Commentary on Revelation, Also Known as the Apocalypse (Chapters 1-11), a Novel Interpretation By Nate Ryan
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While not advanced among most of his modern-day following, Bullinger subscribed to the doctrine of a pre-tribulational rapture (or that the Christian church will be gathered back to Christ before the... More > tribulation). Bullinger incorporated this idea into a hyper-dispensationalism, teaching a fundamental distinction between Israel and the Church. Finally, Bullinger did not believe in British Israelism, which posits the lost ten tribes of Israel migrated into Europe to be called Caucasians. With so many present adherents of Bullinger differing somewhat from his ideas of a century ago, there is still much to glean from his writings. The author of this volume has edited Bullinger’s commentary on the Book of Revelation in several useful ways including the dispelling of rapture notions (which alters the orders of the seals, trumps, and vials). Refining Bullinger’s method of verse referencing, this commentary includes the complete scripture.< Less
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ELDRITCH KID - TRADE PAPERBACK By Christian Read & Christopher Burns
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The Old West was a time of legends, of change, of violence and death, gold and whisky and dust. This is another West, a shadow of the history that we know, where legend and monster walk with bounty... More > hunter and trail-boss. This is the story of the most dangerous man in the West: The Eldritch Kid. The Eldritch Kid was awarded BEST SINGLE ISSUE 2004 and BEST INDEPENDENT PRESS TITLE 2005 in the annual Ledger Awards for Australian comics. Published under PC's CreatorlineTM imprint for creator-owned titles.< Less
Rood Der: 21: Lizards Galore By Douglas Christian Larsen
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Rood Der, Episode 21: Lizards Galore. A dream within a dream within a dream, but Rodney's not having much luck waking, and seems to be receiving some form of cosmic payback for when he forgot to feed... More > his pet lizard. Now he has hungry ghosts, horny toads, Nagas and Nuwas, and a boy named Quinn. He thought his life had been strange before, and now? Completely cuckoo. How deep are we, immersed in this world we call reality? How many turtles down do we go, in this discombobulated, mixed-metaphor, rabbit-hole world? Their world might be based on Ayn Rand, her writings, philosophies, and her U.S. Presidency, but how dense are their numbers compressed, and for how long will their simulation even run? This little group has been provided an exit, but would anyone be rude enough to dare and leave their very own reality? Take the Rude Dare, and Cross over, where data is data, through the Red Door. From the author of Vestigial Surreality comes the new serial novel, Rood Der.< Less
Gymnopedie No. 2 for Piano and Violin - Pure Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm By Lars Christian Lundholm
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Composed in 1888 by Erik Satie, the Gymnopedies are considered with their atmospheric mood a very important inspiration to modern ambient music. Dedicated to Conrad Satie it embodys the spirit of... More > French impressionism and has been featured in many film sound tracks like Louis Malle's film My Dinner with Andre and The Fire Within by the same director. Satie was inspired by reading Gustave Flaubert's novel Salammbo and the composers first attempt at cutting himself loose from the conventional 19th century salon music Sheet Music for Violin accompanied by Piano arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. Gymnopedie No. 2 is also known by alternative title: Trois Gymnopedies, Lent et triste. - Instrumentation: Piano and Violin - Level: Easy - Score Type: Score and 1 Part - Tempo: Slow - Genre: Impressionistic - Composer: Erik Satie - Year Composed: 1888 - Pages (approximate): 8< Less

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