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Trumpet Chops Pro By Eddie Lewis
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Many trumpet players struggle with chop problems. It’s demoralizing when you know you are a great trumpet player, but your limitations in endurance and range exclude you from crucial... More > opportunities. The question is, how do you develop range and endurance without putting all your eggs in the high note basket? Most great trumpet players with limited chops deplore the idea of practicing high note methods! They want to be able to grow their range and endurance in a way that will not sacrifice their current strengths. There are dozens of practice routines available to the modern trumpet player with new ones being added at a dizzying rate. Some of us already know what works for our specific needs while others seem to be swimming aimlessly through a sea of exercises and confusing information. Amid so many options, the Trumpet Chops series stands out as being not only physically but also musically beneficial.< Less
Trumpet Chops Pro By Eddie Lewis
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Many trumpet players struggle with chop problems. It’s demoralizing when you know you are a great trumpet player, but your limitations in endurance and range exclude you from crucial... More > opportunities. The question is, how do you develop range and endurance without putting all your eggs in the high note basket? Most great trumpet players with limited chops deplore the idea of practicing high note methods! They want to be able to grow their range and endurance in a way that will not sacrifice their current strengths. There are dozens of practice routines available to the modern trumpet player with new ones being added at a dizzying rate. Some of us already know what works for our specific needs while others seem to be swimming aimlessly through a sea of exercises and confusing information. Amid so many options, the Trumpet Chops series stands out as being not only physically but also musically beneficial.< Less
Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women (Illustrated) By G. S. Weaver
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“My interest in woman and our common humanity is my only apology for writing this book. I see multitudes of young women about me, whose general training is so deficient in all that pertains to... More > the best ideas of life, and whose aims and efforts are so unworthy of their powers of mind and heart, that I can not make peace with my own conscience without doing something to elevate their aims and quicken their aspirations for the good and pure in thought and life. Our female schools are but poor apologies for the purposes of mind-culture and soul-development. The idea of life they inspire is but a skeleton of custom-service and fashion-worship. It is altogether subservient to what is, not what should be. Society does little else than to teach its girls to be dolls and drudges. The prevailing current of instruction and influence is deplorably low. I feel confident that the best part of society is longing for something better."< Less
deez- Commentary8 By Michael House
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Adjusting to Florida was a chore. The sights & sounds, not to mention the driving, were only a portion of it. But I found I don't look at things the way Floridians look at stuff. They then saw me... More > as an outsider. Georgia culture was left behind. I had left my birth state. I was 29 years old. It took a lot of compromising. It is such a beautiful thing to hear Georgia vernacular. I find joy in the Georgia accent. I'm a deplorable. I support Trump because he's very educated. He had very good education. It inspires me to keep my mind busy all day everyday. I had no coffee because there was none. Mom told me I could have her last Kuerig coffee. I insisted she drink it. She said I was volunteering to be a martyr. I looked forward to unknown blessing(s.)< Less
deez-Commentary8 By Michael House
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Adjusting to Florida was a chore. The sights & sounds, not to mention the driving, were only a portion of it. But I found I don't look at things the way Floridians look at stuff. They then saw me... More > as an outsider. Georgia culture was left behind. I had left my birth state. I was 29 years old. It took a lot of compromising. It is such a beautiful thing to hear Georgia vernacular. I find joy in the Georgia accent. I'm a deplorable. I support Trump because he's very educated. He had very good education. It inspires me to keep my mind busy all day everyday. I had no coffee because there was none. Mom told me I could have her last Kuerig coffee. I insisted she drink it. She said I was volunteering to be a martyr. I looked forward to unknown blessing(s.) Which< Less
Niklaas Koen - in the fangs of fate By Ilse Olive
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Progeny of the slave era, of questionable background, born in poverty, rejected by his parents - Niklaas Koen mixed fate with a sharp intellect and a pure heart and evolved into a missionary of... More > highest esteem. Only to be discarded and forgotten – dispensed of when his racial background so suited the powers-to-be….. This is an interesting and captivating kaleidoscope of soul-jarring experiences, astounding love and hardship. It depicts the unique life and history of a man who traded his all for his convictions and, in the process, became a chattel of the Berlin Missionary Society, a castaway to a life of immense suffering, loneliness, and challenge in a barren and inhospitable land ravaged by Malaria and savages. It records a time in the history of South Africa when racial discrimination deplored and dishonoured a noble soul.< Less
Playfulness By Helen Baker
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Jane Austen's Mansfield Park chronicles the mutual love of Mary Crawford and Edmund Bertram until he abandons his love, claiming that she has forfeited even his respect. Can our flawed heroine,... More > with her beauty, her charm and her twenty thousand pounds ever find a worthy gentleman who will appreciate her for those very qualities that Edmund deplored? How many trials and difficulties must she first surmount while all Regency England echoes to the public debate of her brother's adultery and her dissolute uncle's blatant vice? Can Mary, innocent and kind, despite her worldly standards and cynical friends, stand firm against society's censure?< Less
Playfulness By Helen Baker
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Jane Austen's Mansfield Park chronicles the mutual love of Mary Crawford and Edmund Bertram until he abandons his love, claiming that she has forfeited even his respect. Can our flawed heroine,... More > with her beauty, her charm and her twenty thousand pounds ever find a worthy gentleman who will appreciate her for those very qualities that Edmund deplored? How many trials and difficulties must she first surmount while all Regency England echoes to the public debate of her brother's adultery and her dissolute uncle's blatant vice? Can Mary, innocent and kind, despite her worldly standards and cynical friends, stand firm against society's censure?< Less
Playfulness By Helen Baker
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Jane Austen's Mansfield Park chronicles the mutual love of Mary Crawford and Edmund Bertram until he abandons his love, claiming that she has forfeited even his respect. Can our flawed heroine,... More > with her beauty, her charm and her twenty thousand pounds ever find a worthy gentleman who will appreciate her for those very qualities that Edmund deplored? How many trials and difficulties must she first surmount while all Regency England echoes to the public debate of her brother's adultery and her dissolute uncle's blatant vice? Can Mary, innocent and kind, despite her worldly standards and cynical friends, stand firm against society's censure?< Less
of desire and the lesion that is the ego By David McLean
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Here are words to somewhat deconstruct your daily lives. McLean delivers sermons of a beautiful nothing(s) enriched by perceptions that pervasively cover the very lives you follow inanely day in, day... More > out. He dissects the mundane and the superfluity of existence (if any) with a hacksaw and without much anaesthetic. His language is cutting, divisive, insightful, deploring, archaic but strong with a fleshy boldness that should and will be revered. David McLean seeks out the plastic and then tends to look underneath the plasticity of what man has made; the absurdity of god, the hilarity of societal values and the hypocritical agenda of righteous folk. The lesion of what McLean explores in this collection is indeed the nonsense that dominates us all whether aware or unaware however, after you read this blistering book, you’ll be sure to be angry at something in this dying world. Craig Podmore (Author of The Origin of Manias, Oneiros Books)< Less

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