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Robert de Visée Baroque Lute Suites and Six Petites Pieces Transcribed for Baritone Ukulele and Other Four Course Instruments By Michael Walker
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Here are 45 compositions by Robert de Visée from the 17th Century transcribed for the baritone ukulele, Renaissance guitar, low G ukelele, and many other four course instruments. Of course,... More > they may all be played on the guitar.< Less
Bataille de dames By Eugene Scribe
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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: Augustin Eugène Scribe... More > (French: [oɡystɛ̃ øʒɛn skʁib]; 24 December 1791 – 20 February 1861) was a French dramatist and librettist. He is known for the perfection of the so-called "well-made play" (pièce bien faite), a mainstay of popular theatre for over 100 years, and as the librettist of many of the most successful grand operas.Scribe was born in Paris and died there. His father was a silk merchant, and he was well educated, being destined for the law. However, he soon began to write for the stage. His first piece, Le Prétendu sans le savoir, was produced anonymously at the Variétés in 1810, and was a failure. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8ne_Scribe< Less
Método graduado de piano By Alberto Cobo Gutiérrez
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Selection of 31 composed themes for piano by Alberto Cobo. Who acquire this book will enjoy an exclusive, refreshing, marvelous, and new piano music whose melodies are easy (with fingering) and of... More > different levels (from 1st to 8th and virtuosity) and styles, being therefore directed to amateurs, enthusiastic and without forgetting the professionals and pianists. The styles go since the flamenco music, Soleá, Vidalita (a theme counts on the lyric of Antonio Caetano, driving force of the achievement of three evocative 'vidalitas' to the composer, that will also find in this collection), to other original works of the albums by Alberto Cobo like "Water Drops", "Celtic", etc., with a great dose of originality and even we would be able to say that they are supported in the melodic and harmonic pillars of Classical music by the influence that the author derives of it. Most of these pieces can listen to at superopera.com in format mp3. [ "Noon" from Grade three on video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Gfmi24-bio ]< Less
Treatise or Instruction for Fencing: By Hieronymus Calvacabo of Bologna and Patenostrier of Rome By Rob Runacres
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In 1597 the great French traveller Seigneur de Villamont translated a fencing manuscript by his teacher, Girolamo (in French ‘Hieronyme’) Cavalcabo of Bologna, along with a shorter piece... More > by Paternostrier of Rome. This treatise seems to have brought Cavalcabo to the attention of the French court and he, and later his son César, would be invited to teach the future Louis XIII. This treatise may represent survival of the great fencing tradition of Bologna, and could have influenced the development of French swordplay in the early seventeenth century. Now translated into English, this treatise offers an insight into the fighting style of the period.< Less
New Ceres Nights By Alisa Krasnostein and Tehani Wessely (eds)
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New Ceres, a planet in the outer colonies, embraced the Age of Enlightenment nearly two hundred years ago and refused to let go. Refugees and opportunists come to New Ceres in search of new lives,... More > escaping the conflict of the interstellar war that has already devastated Earth. New Ceres Nights presents thirteen exciting stories of rebellion, debauchery, decadence, subterfuge and murder, set against the backdrop of powdered wigs, coffee houses, balls and duels. Debutante Dirk Flinthart The Widow’s Seven Candles Thoraiya Dyer Code Duello J.C. Hay Murder in Laochan Aliette de Bodard Tontine Mary Kaaron Warren Fair Trade Stephen Dedman A Troublesome Day for Jacky Midnight Matthew Farrer Prosperine When It Sizzles Tansy Rayner Roberts Candle to the Devil Sue Isle Blessed Are The Dead That The Rain Falls Upon Martin Livings The Sharp Shooter Sylvia Kelso Smuggler’s Moon Lee Battersby The Piece of Ice in Miss Windermere’s Heart Angela Slatter< Less
From the Music Pile - Vol. 1 By Robin Ward
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This is the first volume in the projected series, 'From the Music Pile'. The series intends to make available my own arrangements and transcriptions of pieces arranged first and foremost with the... More > triple strung harp in mind. Even so, most of the pieces are equally playable on the pedal harp. Included in the volume is a mixture of pieces spanning from the 16th century through to the early 20th century. the pieces come from a variety of sources including works for the guitar, harp, keyboard and lute. Repertoire includes works by Isaac Albeniz, Barrios-Mangore, Sophia Corri, Claude Debussy, John Dowland, Jan Ladislav Dussek, Gabriel Faure, Johann Jacob Froberger, Georg Frederich Handel, Edward Jones, Jean-Baptiste Krumpholtz, Alonso Mudarra, Luis Narvaez, John Parry, Henry Purcell, and Robert De Visee.< Less
Quick Guide: The Magic Skin By College Guide World
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The Magic Skin or The Wild Ass's Skin is an 1831 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac (1799–1850). Set in early 19th-century Paris, it tells the story of a young man... More > who finds a magic piece of shagreen that fulfills his every desire. For each wish granted, however, the skin shrinks and consumes a portion of his physical energy. La Peau de chagrin belongs to the Études philosophiques group of Balzac's sequence of novels, La Comédie humaine. Before the book was completed, Balzac created excitement about it by publishing a series of articles and story fragments in several Parisian journals. Although he was five months late in delivering the manuscript, he succeeded in generating sufficient interest that the novel sold out instantly upon its publication. A second edition, which included a series of twelve other "philosophical tales", was released one month later.< Less
CultureCult Magazine (Issue #10) By Jay Chakravarti (Ed.)
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This is the 10th issue of the acclaimed journal of the Arts, Literature and Culture. The False Spring Issue (New Year 2019) features 14 poets from around the world, besides 8 works of fiction and... More > an original drama text. Our featured articles include a feature on the glorious starlet of yesteryears Doris Day and an opinion piece on workplace bullying. This issue also marks the beginning of our regular columns 'Easel De Kolkata' and 'Cult of Fear', the latter appreciating the finer nuances of Darren Aronofsky's horror masterpiece 'mother!'. As usual, CultureCult Magazine is graced by the artworks of modern and classic artists alike including Francisco de Goya, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, George Inness and the controversial Emil Nolde.< Less
Romanza: The Score By William Rippey
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This is the score for Romanza. While reminiscent of the tango-romanzas of the Rio de la Plata, Romanza combines unusually accented variants of traditional milonga and sincopa rhythms with elements of... More > French musette styles and Franco-Russian and 19th century classical romances to create a uniquely evocative musical work. Various moods are created as the thematic matter leisurely wends its way through subtle modulations between the tonic minor key, its relative major, and the corresponding Aeolian and Dorian modes. Romanza is scored for violin(s), bandoneons (or accordions), guitar(s), and bass(es). To listen to an excerpt or purchase the mp3 audio file, click on the second link at the left of my Author Spotlight page. A brief e-mail to the composer at wrippo@comcast.net stating what you like or dislike about this piece or its preview would be greatly appreciated.< Less
Backlit: My Life in a Landscape of Light By Arthur Zaczkiewicz
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From 1800 to about 1840, Americans were fond of silhouettes, black paper cut-out portraits that were usually done of a loved one or family member. Although these mysterious little pieces of art,... More > named after a frugal, French finance minister, Etienne de Silhouette, who lived in the 18th century, were pushed aside as photography gained popularity, the art form never really disappeared. Years ago, I was intrigued by silhouettes and shadows in my own art, but it wasn’t until recently that I began pursuing this more seriously. So last year, I started photographing my own shadow as it appeared on sidewalks, hiking trails and buildings in and around the Hudson Valley where I reside. Alongside some of these images are bits of fiction and non-fiction, reflections and meditations made during this introspective exercise.< Less

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