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Synopsis : International Piano Quarterly written by , published by which was released on 2003. Download International Piano Quarterly Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. OXFORD www.oup.com/uk/music PIANO TIME COORD PIANO IME ! NEW Fiona Macandle Piano Time Sports are imaginative collections of sporty Piano Time Going Places exercises to limber up young hands and develop the is an exciting collection ... --
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-05-07 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Two young people, one white and one deemed black, products of their environment, separated by the rigid, inhumane caste system of the Jim Crow South, meet by chance, bond, and begin a forbidden relationship which nurtures and grows, even when they attempt to terminate it, knowing the potential consequences if they are discovered. As they secretly flaunt the laws and traditions of the day, they aggressively pursue their individual ambitions to escape the equally binding economic shackles. As their commitment to each other becomes stronger, they become bolder, and challenge the status quo in ways that cannot be ignored by the power structure. Their actions coupled with fate trigger unforeseen events with tragic consequences.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-11-01 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster
For the past twenty-five years Americans have relied on Pulitzer Prize-winning wordsmith William Safire for their weekly dose of linguistic illumination in The New York Times Magazine's column "On Language" -- one of the most popular features of the magazine and a Sunday-morning staple for innumerable fans. He is the most widely read writer on the English language today. Safire is the guru of contemporary vocabulary, speech, language, usage and writing. Dedicated and disputatious readers itch to pick up each column and respond to the week's linguistic wisdom with a gotcha letter to the Times. The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time marks the publication of Safire's sixteenth book on language. This collection is a classic to be read, re-read, enjoyed and fought over. Fans, critics and fellow linguists wait with bated (from the French abattre "to beat down") breath for each new anthology -- and, like its predecessors, this one is bound to satisfy and delight. Safire finds fodder for his columns in politics and current events, as well as in science, technology, entertainment and daily life. The self-proclaimed card-carrying language maven and pop grammarian is not above tackling his own linguistic blunders as he detects language trends and tracks words, phrases and clichés to their source. Scholarly, entertaining and thoughtful, Safire's critical observations about language and slanguage are at once provocative and enlightening. Safire is America's go-to guy when it comes to language, and he has included sharp and passionately opinionated letters from readers across the English-speaking world who have been unable to resist picking up a pen to put the maven himself in his place or to offer alternate interpretations, additional examples, amusing anecdotes or just props. The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time is a fascinating, learned and piquant look at the oddities and foibles that find their way into the English language. Exposing linguistic hooey and rigamarole and filled with Safire's trademark wisdom, this book has a place on the desk or bedside table of all who share his profound love of the English language -- as well as his penchant for asking "What does that mean?" Or, "Wassat?" This new collection is sure to delight readers, writers and word lovers everywhere and spark the interest of anyone who has ever wondered, "Where did the phrase 'brazen hussy' come from?"
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-10-28 - Publisher: A&C Black
First published in 1953, A Place To Stand is set in Budapest in the spring of 1941, Hope - a spoilt but attractive society girl and daughter of a leading American business man - finds herself playing the lead in a dangerous and most unexpected affair of underground intrigue, through the machinations of her journalist fiancé. During the course of her activities she falls in love with a Polish refugee, and at the moment when Germany invades Hungary, she is already deeply involved - both emotionally and politically. Bridge, herself an eye witness of these events, tells in moving and graphic terms the terrible story of Germany's 'protective' invasion; although it is presented in the form of an imaginative episode, the historical significance and accuracy are all too tragically evident. This admirable novel is at once a charming love story in the shadow of fear and disruption, a subtle and intimate portrayal of human beings in a time of crisis, and a most exciting narrative, set against the enchanting background of Budapest.
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: All India Radio (AIR),New Delhi
The Indian Listener (fortnightly programme journal of AIR in English) published by The Indian State Broadcasting Service,Bombay ,started on 22 december, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times in english, which was published beginning in July 16 of 1927. From 22 August ,1937 onwards, it was published by All India Radio,New Delhi.In 1950,it was turned into a weekly journal. Later,The Indian listener became "Akashvani" in January 5, 1958. It was made a fortnightly again on July 1,1983. It used to serve the listener as a bradshaw of broadcasting ,and give listener the useful information in an interesting manner about programmes,who writes them,take part in them and produce them along with photographs of performing artists. It also contains the information of major changes in the policy and service of the organisation. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: The Indian Listener LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English DATE,MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 22-10-1939 PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Fortnightly NUMBER OF PAGES: 68 VOLUME NUMBER: Vol. IV, No. 21. BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED(PAGE NOS): 1481-1540 Document ID: INL-1939 (J-D) Vol- II (09)
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-12-12 - Publisher: novum premium Verlag
When 12-year-old Janina Fialkowska momentously decided to dedicate her life to music, little did she know what was in store. Certainly her love of music and desire to share this love provided fulfilment and joy, and there was a certain glamour to the life of a touring artist. She traveled to many countries, met many fascinating people, and indulged her weakness for good food. But there was another side to such a life, and reality made its ugly appearance fairly early on. This collection of autobiographical anecdotes, some poignant, some hilarious, describes her meeting with the legendary Arthur Rubinstein who subsequently shaped the course of her career, her colourful adventures as a young North American woman in the male-dominated music world and her final triumph over horrific illness.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-01-19 - Publisher: McFarland
One of the preeminent natural philosophers of the Enlightenment, Benjamin Thompson started out as a farm boy with a practical turn of mind. His inventions include the Rumford fireplace, insulated clothing, the thermos, convection ovens, double boilers, double-paned glass and an improved sloop. He was knighted by King George III and became a Count of the Holy Roman Emperor. Thompson's popularity with women eclipsed his achievements, though. He was married twice and had affairs with many other prominent women, including the wife of Boston printer Isaiah Thomas and that of a doctor who would crew the first balloon to cross the English Channel. He even fathered a child by the court mistress of the Prince Elector and had affairs with several other German noblewomen. Drawing on Thompson's correspondence and diaries, this book examines his friendships and romantic relationships.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-11-18 - Publisher: Lulu.com
Set in the quaint college town of Athens, Georgia, in the year 2000, social recluse, Ann Fitzgerald, develops a crush on her favorite professor, Dr. Fagan. Weeks away from graduating, she fears she'll never get the opportunity to test the boundaries of their affectionate student/teacher relationship. Meanwhile, the only thing that stands between her and a diploma, is the dark and troubled Professor Schwartz, who wants nothing more than to see Ann fail. He issues a final class assignment that forces her to address her detachment within her nuclear family as well as delve into the mass dysfunction that exists in her large extended circle. As Annie researches for the paper, unexpected tragedy befalls her family and the most unlikely love enters her life. To find her center, she retreats to Emerson's Place, an abandoned hotel in the foothills of Alabama where she spent summers as a child. There, she finds the strength to begin her life anew as she learns to let go.
A varied, fun, jazzy journey by piano!A trip across America was the inspiration for this fun collection, though many of the scenarios could be applied to cities and landscapes elsewhere. As the train chugged across the country, there was a definite C major feel to the sound of the horn every time it passed a level crossing or met a freight train. The entire collection consists of 15 pieces - eight are in this first book. "On Track" sets the mood, starting with a steady train 'beat' given in the left hand and syncopated chords in the right. The "Bluesy" section in the middle gradually brings back the original idea and the piece ends with a slow stop. "Autobus" opens with an air of grandeur followed by a steady, swung pattern with a walking bass. "Cityscape" starts of jauntily and later gives way to a boogie-woogie section. "Big River Crossing" is written with a New Orleans style lilt, swung in the middle section, giving it a bluesy feel. "The Aerodrome", "Drive Through", "Mountain Pass" and "Hilltop Railway" are all unswung. "Aerodrome" opens with a 'formal' theme, depicting planes taxiing and then rapid quavers represent take-off. "Drive Through" represents the travel through a city by car (automobile). The opening pattern represents twists and turns and the piece settles into a gentle ride. "Mountain Pass" is an unswung series of quavers. Later on, syncopation is introduced and then it returns to the slighty lazy feel of the opening. There are two rapid descending runs towards the end. "Hilltop Railway" is a slow, peaceful description of the view from the top of a hill. The right hand does a little 'yodelling' before returning the spaced out chords and gentle melody of the opening. The pieces contain a variety of styles and the rhythm of the train (or bus, or automobile) is represented strongly throughout. The level of playing ranges from Intermediate level to more advanced as the jazz idioms take over in places. Enjoyable to play and to listen to.