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MICHAEL JANTZEN: Deconstructing my Chairs By Bruno David Gallery Publications
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Published by the gallery for the exhibition “Deconstructing my Chairs” at Bruno David Gallery. This catalogue includes text by Michael Jantzen and afterword by Bruno L. David. (Softcover,... More > 7 x 9 in., 38 pgs, color, February 2017)< Less
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Picasso's Guernica - Images within Images, Third Edition By Melvin E. Becraft
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Analysis and criticism of Picasso's painting Guernica and key related Picasso paintings. In addition, there are two unauthenticated related drawings thought to be by Picasso by this author. Since... More > this is a critique of art, quotes are considered by the author to be Fair Use.< Less
Meditations & Poems for Writers By Kim Stafford
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In this little book, I pass along some musings, thoughts, writing prompts, and other notions I've learned by writing with my students in workshops from Oregon to Georgia, Italy, Scotland, and Bhutan.... More > The book invites writers to create a daily practice for harvesting deft treasures from daily life that may grow into poems, essays, stories, and songs.< Less
MAINE COON - Mystical Beast By by Robert Sijka
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"Maine Coon Mystical Beast" is a collection of fourth outstanding portraits of Maine Coon cats. Photographer Robert Sijka shows this beautiful cats as mystical animals with a lot of... More > character and personality.< Less
Going to Zero By Pablo La Roche
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Typically architecture students are only introduced to energy modeling in elective graduate or advanced undergraduate seminars, and when they are introduced to the design of zero net energy, low... More > carbon buildings it is only in upper division studios. Because these courses are typically not required, only a small fraction of architecture students in some universities are actually able to take them. This is not enough. To reduce our impact on climate change we must introduce these concepts to ALL architecture students. This book describes a project done in a required environmental controls course to introduce students to the design of zero net energy buildings using energy modeling. Students first analyzed selected mid century buildings as they were originally designed many years ago, comparing their performance with that of a California Energy Code compliant building (Title 24-2013), and then made all necessary modifications to improve building performance, beyond code, and achieve a net zero energy building.< Less
Serenade for Violin and Orchestra By Andrew Feazelle
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Music for violin soloist and reduced orchestra (2,2,2,2/2 to 4 horns/timp/small-large string section). 10 minutes in length. Premiered with Ivan Shulman, Sam Fischer and the Los Angeles Doctor's... More > Symphony Orchestra in 2009 in Plummer Park, Hollywood. Constructed for community orchestras in mind. Score and Parts.< Less
Come Away for Baritone and Piano By Andrew Feazelle
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Come Away for Baritone and Piano, of the duration 3 minutes and 10 seconds, is a romantic art song concerning two lovers who disappear into the wooded countryside and encounter a strong thunderstorm... More > from which they take shelter under a great oak tree. The piece was written in December of 2012, and illustrates the composer’s love of early twentieth century English classical music.< Less
Symphony No. 2 By Andrew Feazelle
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Study Score and Parts for Second Symphony. Full Score and Parts.
Piano Quintet - Part II By Andrew Feazelle
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Second & Third Movements to a Piano Quintet by Andrew Feazelle. First Movement is not yet available - I've made this particular sheet music for those that follow my music on my YouTube channel. ... More > Bleak, subdued, mournful, with unreserved moments. Kind of a dirty style of writing, with little editing I've adopted this year secondary to lack of time to write, family tragedy, carpal tunnel pain, and long spells between compositional practice.< Less
Music for Clarinet and String Quartet By Andrew Feazelle
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Seven minute two movement piece for clarinet and string quartet. Music influenced by Vaughan Williams, Arnold Bax, Gerald Finzi, and other composers from the early 20th century British school of... More > music.< Less
Ephemera By John Aylward
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For some time now, I have created works that have been influenced by the forms and narratives in Ovid's Matamorphoses. Some works have had direct connections to Ovid's stories and others are more... More > loosely based. Ephemera is a work that more loosely imagines the kinds of anthropomorphic transformations in Ovid's work.< Less
Captain William Hilton's Journey By Andrew Feazelle
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One of the 2007 winners of ERM Media's Masterworks of the New Era prize. Score and parts for full orchestra(librarian must photocopy parts from book). Approximately 4 minutes and 30 seconds in... More > length. Contact the composer before performing, that he may touch up the orchestration, as this is a 'young' piece in the Juvenilia Collection of his catalog.< Less
Planet to Planet By Mike Corriero
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A collective of sketches by concept artist Mike Corriero including hundreds of pencil and pen drawings covering robots, environments, alien life forms and tons of creatures. - Review by world... More > renowned artist - Terryl Whitlatch, "Mike's sketchbook, Planet to Planet, is fresh, innovative, and inventive. It is liberally filled with exotic locations and characters, and his creatures, drawn in an abundance of forms, poses, and points of view, sparkle with life and imagination. - Terryl Whitlatch"< Less
String Quartet No. 1 By Andrew Feazelle
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String Quartet No. 1, written in the first half of the year two thousand and thirteen, reflects the composer's adoration and study of early twentieth century music derived from England, such as that... More > of Bax, Vaughan Williams, Walton, and Finzi, just to name a few. The piece is intentionally short, with consideration that today's groups tend to focus the greatest part of their attentions on an established and traditional set of repertoire, but may indeed want to add a newer piece into their performances, transiently, without burdening themselves or their audience. Like most of the composer's pieces, the quartet is also designed as an 'advertisement' for the fine English masters, that a listener may delight upon drinking from its spring, and then seek its source upstream.< Less
Viola Sonata By Andrew Feazelle
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Sonata for Viola and Piano by Andrew Feazelle. Written in the last quarter of 2013 and first quarter of 2014. 12 minutes in length; 3 movements. Harkens back to the early 20th century English... More > school of music with the influences Bax, Vaughan Williams, Walton, &c. present.< Less
Wooded Walk Upon the Advancement of the Autumn Equinox By Andrew Feazelle
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‘Wooded Walk Upon the Advancement of the Autumn Equinox’ is a short piece for clarinet and pianoforte of approximately four minutes and twenty seconds of length, written in the late... More > summer of two thousand and thirteen by the composer Andrew Feazelle. Reflections of Bax, Vaughn Williams, and Walton are displayed as the composer describes a walk – companionless; perhaps comfortless – along a deep wooded path, cooled from the advent of the fall season. Brief moments of excitement, of romance and nobility do occur, yet there is always present the capitulation and reconversion to darkness. The sun is of little warmth, what little there is through the leaves actively dressing for the equinox, that but wisps of chilled air, dilute with the smell of chimney smoke, keep the walker roused, contriving thoughts of a hot, savory meal and a fireplace to have it by. {Artwork by J.A. Grimshaw and compliments of Wikimedia Paintings.}< Less