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Two Easy Pieces

Author : Jory Sherman
ISBN : 9781628150407
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

Easy Pieces

Author : Margaret J. Miller
ISBN : 9781571200518
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Shows how to create hundreds of different quilt designs using just two different rotary-cut blocks
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Music For The Piano

Author : James Friskin
ISBN : 9780486229188
Genre : Music
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First published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in 1954.
Category: Music

Guide To The Pianist S Repertoire Fourth Edition

Author : Maurice Hinson
ISBN : 9780253010230
Genre : Music
File Size : 67.8 MB
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Guide to the Pianist’s Repertoire continues to be the go-to source for piano performers, teachers, and students. Newly updated and expanded with over 250 new composers, this incomparable resource expertly guides readers to solo piano literature. What did a given composer write? What interesting work have I never heard of? How difficult is it? What are its special musical features? How can I reach the publisher? It’s all here. Featuring information for more than 2,000 composers, the fourth edition includes enhanced indexes. The new "Hinson" will be an indispensable guide for many years to come.
Category: Music

Alan Bush

Author : Professor Stewart R Craggs
ISBN : 9781409493754
Genre : Music
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Born in 1900, Alan Bush, the English composer, conductor and pianist, studied with Corder and Matthay, and privately with John Ireland. He was appointed professor of harmony and composition at the Royal Academy of Music in 1925, a post he held until 1978. In 1929-31, he continued to study at Berlin University and had piano lessons with Moiseiwitsch and Schnabel. The present Source Book documents his works (many of which reflect his Communist sympathies) and the many arrangements of his music by other composers. A wealth of detail is provided, including printed scores, CD recordings, bibliographical material and manuscript scores and their locations, the majority of which have been deposited recently in the British Library by the Bush family. A chronology of the composer's life draws on many sources including letters and scrapbooks.
Category: Music

Oboe Sheet Music For Oboe Book 2

Author : Michael Shaw
ISBN :
Genre : Music
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This is an Oboe sheet music book with 10 easy sheet music pieces. Each piece has two easy arrangements, one for solo Oboe, the other for Oboe and Piano when playing duets. The piano parts can be played on piano or electronic keyboard, they are very easy to play and are arranged to accompany the Oboe. Contents: 1. After the Ball 2. Greensleeves 3. The Blue Danube 4. Camptown Races 5. Merrily We Roll Along 6. Barcarolle 7. Beautiful Dreamer 8. The Entertainer 9. Amazing Grace 10. For He's a Jolly Good Fellow Compatible Devices The digital sheet music in this book can be viewed on all tablet devices. My name is Michael Shaw, I hope you enjoy the sheet music in this book.
Category: Music

Five Easy Pieces Dedicated To Ludovico Quaroni

Author : Lucio Valerio Barbera
ISBN : 9788868122775
Genre : Architecture
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The first edition of this book was published in Italian in 1989, about two years after the death of Ludovico Quaroni; this edition in English is addressed mainly to non-Italian scholars with an interest in modern architecture in Italy. Given the imperfect parallel between musical and literary composition, therefore, in this book an intimate intellectual atmosphere prevails, which reveals the author’s skill in creating a narrative and also in engaging in a type of critical writing that is rarely undertaken by architect-intellectuals. The five episodes in the book cover almost thirty years, from 1958 to 1987, which were years that remained deeply preserved in the author’s memory. The literary form of the pieces gives all of them a common structure: they are dialogues; usually consisting of brief exchanges of few words, spoken or written, between the author (Lucio Barbera) and Quaroni. In one of them – Charisma – the dialogue takes place between Quaroni and a larger chorus. In another – Elective Misunderstanding – we have a double dialogue at a distance, a trio, if we return to the musical metaphor, between Quaroni, Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso and Barbera. The last piece is a longer conversation by Quaroni on himself; a taking stock and a valediction. On the frontispiece, Barbera gives a clear indication of his intentions: “For students of Architecture who are well-educated and for architects interested in getting to know better a Master of their trade”.
Category: Architecture

5 Easy Pieces

Author : Daniel Pauly
ISBN : 1597269689
Genre : Science
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5 Easy Pieces features five contributions, originally published in Nature and Science, demonstrating the massive impacts of modern industrial fisheries on marine ecosystems. Initially published over an eight-year period, from 1995 to 2003, these articles illustrate a transition in scientific thought—from the initially-contested realization that the crisis of fisheries and their underlying ocean ecosystems was, in fact, global to its broad acceptance by mainstream scientific and public opinion. Daniel Pauly, a well-known fisheries expert who was a co-author of all five articles, presents each original article here and surrounds it with a rich array of contemporary comments, many of which led Pauly and his colleagues to further study. In addition, Pauly documents how popular media reported on the articles and their findings. By doing so, he demonstrates how science evolves. In one chapter, for example, the popular media pick up a contribution and use Pauly’s conclusions to contextualize current political disputes; in another, what might be seen as nitpicking by fellow scientists leads Pauly and his colleagues to strengthen their case that commercial fishing is endangering the global marine ecosystem. This structure also allows readers to see how scientists’ interactions with the popular media can shape the reception of their own, sometimes controversial, scientific studies. In an epilog, Pauly reflects on the ways that scientific consensus emerges from discussions both within and outside the scientific community.
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