Edward II

Seymour Phillips - Edward II (The English Monarchs Series)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at Dec. 25, 2015
Seymour Phillips - Edward II (The English Monarchs Series)

Seymour Phillips - Edward II (The English Monarchs Series)
2012 | ISBN: 0300178026 | English | 704 pages | EPUB, MOBI | 2.7 MB

Edward II (1991)  Video

Posted by fekmax at Nov. 16, 2015
Edward II (1991)

Edward II (1991)
English or Spanish (2 audio tracks) | DVDRip | AVI | XviD, 871 Kbps | 704x384 | 25.000 fps | 710 MB
Audio: MP3, 128 Kbps | 2 channels | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:26:26 minutes | Subtitles: Spanish (srt)
Genre: Drama, History

In this Derek Jarman version of Christopher Marlowe's Elisabethan drama, in modern costumes and settings, Plantagenet king Edward II hands the power-craving nobility the perfect excuse by taking as lover besides his diplomatic wife, the French princess Isabel, not an acceptable lady at court but the ambitious Piers Gaveston, who uses his favor in bed even to wield political influence - the stage is set for a palace revolt which sends the gay pair from the throne to a terminal torture dungeon.

Best of Ruby Quiz (Pragmatic Programmers) by James Edward, II Gray [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at April 3, 2015
Best of Ruby Quiz (Pragmatic Programmers) by James Edward, II Gray [Repost]

Best of Ruby Quiz (Pragmatic Programmers) by James Edward, II Gray
English | Mar 23, 2006 | ISBN: 0976694077 | 285 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Learning to program can be quite a challenge. Classes and books can get you so far, but at some point you have to sit down and start playing with some code. Only by reading and writing real code, with real problems, can you learn.

Edward II: The Unconventional King  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at March 2, 2015
Edward II: The Unconventional King

Edward II: The Unconventional King by Kathryn Warner, Foreword by Ian Mortimer
2015 | ISBN: 1445641208 | English | 336 pages | EPUB + MOBI | 3 MB + 2 MB

The Tyranny and Fall of Edward II 1321-1326  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lout at Oct. 23, 2011
The Tyranny and Fall of Edward II 1321-1326

The Tyranny and Fall of Edward II 1321-1326 By Natalie Fryde
Publisher: C=U=P 2004 | 312 Pages | ISBN: 0521548063 , 052122201X | DJVU | 2 MB

Edward II - by Derek Jarman (1991)  Video

Posted by alexov85 at Jan. 28, 2011
Edward II  - by Derek Jarman (1991)

Edward II - by Derek Jarman (1991)
DVD5 | DVD-Video | audio: English + Russian | Subs: Spanish | Run time : 90 min | 3.57 GB
Video: PAL | 720x576 | 4:3 | (1.85 Letterbox) | Audio: Russian DD2.0(192) | English DD2.0(192)
Steven Waddington, Kevin Collins and Tilda Swinton
Art-House, Drama, History, Rock - Opera, Misical

In this Derek Jarman version of Christopher Marlowe's Elisabethan drama, in modern costumes and settings, Plantagenet king Edward II hands the power-craving nobility the perfect excuse by taking as lover besides his diplomatic wife, the French princess Isabel, not an acceptable lady at court but the ambitious Piers Gaveston, who uses his favor in bed even to wield political influence - the stage is set for a palace revolt which sends the gay pair from the throne to a terminal torture dungeon.
Edward The Second And Red Hot Polkas - Two Step To Heaven (Cooking Vinyl COOK 019) (UK 1989) (24-96 & 16-44.1)

Edward The Second And Red Hot Polkas - Two Step To Heaven
FLAC | NO LOG & CUE | Artwork | 24Bit: 828 MB | 16Bit: 261 MB
Cat#: Cooking Vinyl COOK 019 | Country/Year: UK 1989
interchangeable mirrors at rapidshare.com - filefactory.com

Edward II (known also as EII, and previously as Edward II and the Red Hot Polkas and e2K) is an English band named for King Edward II, which play a fusion of world music, English folk and reggae. Active from 1985, the band broke up after losing several key members in 1999, relaunching as "e2K" in 2000.

A History of Modern Drama, Volume II: 1960-2000  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Dec. 30, 2016
A History of Modern Drama, Volume II: 1960-2000

A History of Modern Drama, Volume II: 1960-2000 by David Krasner
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1405157585 | 608 pages | PDF | 3,7 MB
Orianthi - Believe (II) (2010) {CD+DVD, Deluxe Japanese Edition}

Orianthi - Believe (II) (2010) {CD+DVD, Deluxe Japanese Edition}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 429 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 129 Mb
DVD-5 | ISO | MPEG-2, NTSC 720x480 (4:3), 29.970 fps, VBR ~ 7878 Kbps | LPCM 2.0, 1536 Kbps | ~ 1,63 Gb
Scans (JPG, 300 dpi) ~ 47 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Pop Rock, Hard Rock, Arena Rock | Geffen Records/ Universal Music #UICF-9068

With her mind-blowing mix of heavy metal guitar prowess and bluesy, soulful vocals, Orianthi will draw some justifiably well-earned comparisons to such giants of rock guitar as Jimi Hendrix and her own idol, Carlos Santana, on her 2009 sophomore album, Believe – re-released in 2010 as Believe (II) with four different songs than the original version, including a cover of John Waite's "Missing You." That said, her style hews closer to the more finger-frenetic pyrotechnics of such '70s and '80s icons as Eddie Van Halen and Steve Vai…
Hilary Hahn, London SO, Sir Colin Davis - Edward Elgar: Violin Concerto; Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending (2004)

Edward Elgar: Violin Concerto; Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending (2004)
Hilary Hahn, violin; London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Colin Davis, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 306 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 159 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 70 Mb
Genre: Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | # 00289 474 5042 | Time: 01:06:04

Elgar’s Violin Concerto has a certain mystique about it independent of the knee-jerk obeisance it has received in the British press. It probably is the longest and most difficult of all Romantic violin concertos, requiring not just great technical facility but great concentration from the soloist and a real partnership of equals with the orchestra. And like all of Elgar’s large orchestral works, it is extremely episodic in construction and liable to fall apart if not handled with a compelling sense of the long line. In reviewing the score while listening to this excellent performance, I was struck by just how fussy Elgar’s indications often are: the constant accelerandos and ritards, and the minute (and impractical) dynamic indications that ask more questions than they sometimes answer. No version, least of all the composer’s own, even attempts to realize them all: it would be impossible without italicizing and sectionalizing the work to death.