Reissue of this near legendary recording of Beethoven’s Leonore (the first version of what later became Fidelio). This recording from 1977 was the first recording of this opera, and since then remains a benchmark. Featuring the best singers of the time: Eberhard Büchner, Edda Moser, Edith Mathis, Theo Adam, Karl Ridderbusch, and the Staatskapelle Dresden conducted by Herbert Blomstedt.
Thousands of accurate illustrations - Now with over 3,000 clinical illustrations and unique articles covering disease states, injuries, first aid, surgical procedures, cellular components, and more. Each illustration has been carefully designed by a certified medical illustrator and reviewed by medical experts in the field. The Interactive Atlas of Human Anatomy ADAM is globally recognized as the best existing interactive atlas. The perfect resource to enhance your anatomy and physiology studies. A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is ideal if you are taking allied health, nursing, continuing medical education (CME)or other medical related courses requiring the study of clinical applications and concepts.
Adam Pacione is a Fort Worth, Texas based sound artist who's work primarily falls within the Ambient/Drone genre. There are artists that look into the subconscious aspects of perception through plain coincidences generated by even simpler sonic architectures, achieving results that are unequivocally inimitable. Without a doubt, Adam Pacione can proudly stand among them…
A romantic character study examining the obstacles to intimacy and the compromises we make in the name of love, Adam stars Hugh Dancy as a man living with Asperger's syndrome who does his best to reach out to his pretty new upstairs neighbor. Due to his condition, Adam isn't the best when it comes to communicating. Though he frequently escapes by submersing himself in the world of space exploration, Adam senses an opportunity for a real human connection after Beth (Rose Byrne) moves into the apartment just upstairs. As Adam attempts to gain control of his off-kilter, sometimes embarrassing social skills, he discovers that with a little patience and understanding, developing a meaningful relationship might not be as hard as he previously thought. Peter Gallagher, Amy Irving, Frankie Faison, and Mark Linn-Baker co-star.