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New Age Improvisation for the Classical Pianist By Martan Mann
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This book helps the piano student to understand the basics of improvisation and discusses the various styles of New Age piano music. There are many valuable exercises to help the student to develop... More > into a fine improviser. For more information on Martan Mann, his performances, books and CDs visit http://www.musicmann.com.< Less
New Age Improvisation for the Classical Pianist By Martan Mann
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This book helps the piano student to understand the basics of improvisation and discusses the various styles of New Age piano music. There are many valuable exercises to help the student to develop... More > into a fine improviser. For more information on Martan Mann, his performances, books and CDs visit http://www.musicmann.com.< Less
Classical Lessons for The Children of the New Forest By Lisa Kelly
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Designed to accompany Frederick Marryat's The Children of the New Forest, this classical/Charlotte Mason guide will bring this delightful story to life for your student. Written for A Mind in the... More > Light, a classical Charlotte Mason curriculum, these lessons will provide the teacher with all of the notes and vocabulary words needed to prepare the readings and offer multiple and varied narration suggestions. These lessons are designed for grades 4-6.< Less
Family Classics By Susan Augustine
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Augustine Family Classics - A collection of traditional and new recipes.
Classical Polytheism By Nemesis & Stars of Elysium
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Comprising an Introduction to Classical Polytheist practice and philosophy, with a celebratory cycle of ceremony in honor of the Greek and Roman Deities. Ideal for those who are new to the... More > veneration of the Deathless Ones.< Less
Classical Controversies By Lawrence Threadgold
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The book is a recounting of the great debates between the proponents of downstream fishing versus upstream and wet fly versus dry. The first chapter is a concise history of trout fishing, followed... More > by chapters about Halford, the doyan of the dry fly and Skues the proposer of nymph (essentially wet fly) in relation to the chalk streams of southern England. The final chapter attempts to resolve these disputes and proposes a new Fly Fisherman's Code.< Less
Modern Classicism By Tom Killian
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Classicism’s prehistory begins in 4th millennium Middle East; from this point developing – via oral resurgences – in Egypt, Crete, Greece, Rome and Europe where it dominates... More > – if challenged by the Picturesque – until the middle of the 19th century, when it slides into becoming a costume from when a new way, called Modernism, emerges; the two competing over the next century in a sort of peace, based on the failure of the tabula rasa and on discovering the vitality of the city as a beneficent chaos.  There follows a sort of free-for-all, the weak and the strong embraced in a sort of dance.  Buried in this overview are passions of great intensity: Leonardo’s “Vitruvian man”, Bugs Bunny and Duchamp’s “bottle-rack”.   Enough time has elapsed to review this development, to understand this long tradition, to see how this tradition re-emerges as Modernism within Post-Modern Classicism at the end of the 20th century.  In the 21st century, all bets are off! < Less
French Classics By William Cleaver Wilkinson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Cleaver Wilkinson, D.D. (Westford, Vermont, October 19,... More > 1833 - Chicago, April 25, 1920) was a Baptist preacher, professor of theology, professor of poetry, and literary figure. He popularized the "Three W's and the Five W's".He graduated from the University of Rochester in 1857 and the Rochester Theological Seminary in 1859. After his graduation, he visited Great Britain and on his return in November 1859, he became pastor of the Wooster Place Baptist church in New Haven, Connecticut. On account of ill health, he resigned his pastorate in 1861 and took a walking tour of England. On his return in 1863, he became professor ad interim of modern languages in the University of Rochester. Not long after he accepted the pastorate of the Mount Auburn Baptist church in Cincinnati, Ohio. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Cleaver_Wilkinson< Less
Martha Finley Classics: Elsie's New Relations By Martha Finley
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Elsie's New Relations by Martha Finley is one of the Elsie books published in a series. Martha Finley has published twenty eight Elsie books in all. Near the conclusion of another summer season at... More > shore, the Raymonds again face a long-dreaded separation. It is time for the captain to take his ship to sea once more. Elsie grows accustomed to her new-found role as "Grandma" to Max, Lulu, and Gracie. Soon Elsie's daughter, Elsie, and Lester Leland's new baby, Edward, is born. In the fall and winter months that follow, Max, Lulu, and Gracie each learn valuable lessons about good character and obedience. Soon spring arrives. Violet gives birth to a daughter, another Elsie, and Captain Raymond returns home safely to be with his burgeoning family once again.< Less
George Gissing Classics: New Grub Street By George Gissing
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The story deals with the literary world that Gissing himself had experienced. Its title refers to the London street, Grub Street, which in the 18th century became synonymous with hack literature; by... More > Gissing's time, Grub Street itself no longer existed, though hack-writing certainly did. New Grub Street opens with Milvain, an “alarmingly modern young man” driven by pure financial ambition in navigating his literary career. He accepts that he will “always despise the people [he] write[s] for,” networks within the appropriate social circle to create opportunity, and authors articles for popular periodicals. Reardon, on the other hand, prefers to write novels of a more literary bent and refuses to pander to contemporary tastes until, as a last-gasp measure against financial ruin, he attempts a popular novel. At this venture, he is of course too good to succeed, and he's driven to separate from his wife, Amy Reardon, née Yule, who cannot accept her husband’s inflexibly high standards--and consequent poverty.< Less

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