John Benedetto, Paulo Ferreira

Elio Guerriero, "Servitore di Dio e dell'umanità: La biografia di Benedetto XVI"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Sept. 14, 2016
Elio Guerriero, "Servitore di Dio e dell'umanità: La biografia di Benedetto XVI"

Elio Guerriero, "Servitore di Dio e dell'umanità: La biografia di Benedetto XVI"
Mondadori | 2016 | ISBN: 8804672404 | Italian | PDF | 549 pages | 5.1 Mb

Amato e discusso in ogni fase della vita, Joseph Ratzinger è stato uno dei grandi protagonisti della seconda metà del Novecento e della svolta del millennio. Nato in Germania nel 1927, la sua vita venne segnata dall'ascesa del nazismo, dalla guerra, dal comunismo, come quella di Giovanni Paolo II che, dopo la sua sorprendente elezione, lo volle insistentemente al suo fianco. …

Benedetto Croce, "La mia filosofia" (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Aug. 19, 2016
Benedetto Croce, "La mia filosofia" (repost)

Benedetto Croce, "La mia filosofia"
Adelphi | 1993 | ISBN: 8845910148 | French | EPUB/MOBI/PDF | 216 pages | 0.3/0.4/0.8 Mb

Nel 1945 un editore inglese propose a Benedetto Croce di comporre un’antologia della sua opera, includendovi testi per lui essenziali che potessero servire a introdurlo in una cultura che fino allora lo conosceva soprattutto per via indiretta. Fu questa, per Croce, una preziosa occasione per ripensarsi – e quasi osservarsi dall’esterno. …

Distributed Context-Aware Systems (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by enmoys at June 3, 2016
Distributed Context-Aware Systems (Repost)

Distributed Context-Aware Systems By Paulo Ferreira, Pedro Alves
2014 | 84 Pages | ISBN: 3319048813 | PDF | 2 MB

Época São Paulo - Brasil - Edição Especial (12/2015)  Magazines

Posted by antfer at Dec. 19, 2015
Época São Paulo - Brasil - Edição Especial (12/2015)

Época São Paulo - Brasil - Edição Especial (12/2015)
Portuguese | Pages: 84 | PDF | 20.2 mb
Harmonic Analysis and Applications: In Honor of John J. Benedetto

Christopher Heil, "Harmonic Analysis and Applications: In Honor of John J. Benedetto"
2006 | pages: 389 | ISBN: 0817637788 | PDF | 2,6 mb
John McLaughlin & The One Truth Band (September, 1978)

John McLaughlin & The One Truth Band (September, 1978)
DVD-5 | NTSC | VOB | 4:3 (720x480) | MPEG-2, ~6.0 Mbps | 30 min. | All Regions | 1.36 GB
English | Color | AC3, 48kHz, 256 kgps, 2 ch. | RAR Rec.
Genre: Jazz Rock, Fusion

John McLaughlin & The One Truth Band appearing at 'The Festival of Jazz' in Sao Paulo September 1978 this DVD is sourced from 2 seperate partial broadcasts the TV presenters.

Rethinking Natural Law  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at Nov. 5, 2014
Rethinking Natural Law

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha - Rethinking Natural Law
Published: 2012-12-14 | ISBN: 3642326587 | PDF | 70 pages | 3 MB

Distributed Context-Aware Systems  

Posted by enmoys at June 18, 2014
Distributed Context-Aware Systems

Distributed Context-Aware Systems By Paulo Ferreira, Pedro Alves
2014 | 84 Pages | ISBN: 3319048813 | PDF | 2 MB
Paul Hindemith - Nobilissima Visione; Mathis der Maler; Metamorphosen  (São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, John Neschling) (2011)

Paul Hindemith - Nobilissima Visione; Mathis der Maler; Metamorphosen (Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra, John Neschling) (2011)
Classical | Eac, Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 311.18 MB
Label: BIS | Catalog N.: BIS-SACD-1730 | TT - 72:41

This attractive album featuring the São Paolo Symphony Orchestra led by John Neschling includes three of Hindemith's most popular and appealing orchestral scores, all dating from the mid-'30s. Mathis der Maler, a 1934 symphony made up of three movements the composer incorporated into his opera of the same name, is a work with a mysteriously effective consolidation of seemingly disparate elements; it comes across as austere yet deeply intimate, and radiantly pure yet full of passion and ardor. Nobility is difficult to define in musical terms, but it's a quality that can be applied without reservation to Hindemith's majestic, warmly humane symphony. Nobilissima visione (1938), a suite based on a ballet about St. Francis, inhabits a similar emotional and musical world. It's a lovely, often serene piece, but it doesn't rise to the same transcendent level of inspiration as the earlier work.
Paulo Moura & Raphael Rabello: DOIS IRMAOS (Clarinet & Acoustic Guitar)

DOIS IRMÂOS, Paulo Moura, clarinet - Raphael Rabello, acoustic guitar
Brasilian - Jazz | Karup Discos, 1992 | 40' | MP3 | 320 kps | RS |Cover & Tracks list

This important meeting of clarinetist Paulo Moura and 'violonista' (acoustic guitar) player Rafael Rabelo occurs in a pan-cultural setting. Paulo, an older musician schooled in the traditional circles of choro, modern classical music, and gafieira orchestras (which received have a great deal of jazz influences); Rabelo, a young musician who unfotunatly died at an early age, a violão virtuose also experienced in rodas de choro, but with a particular approach to guitar that was strongly influenced by flamenco music (which is evident on the very first track, a medley of "Ronda" and "Sampa," two unofficial anthems for the city of São Paulo, an old and a modern one). "Chorando Baixinho," a choro classic by Abel Ferreira, admits no liberties under the artists' vision: is delicately delivered in the truest tradition, including Villa-Lobos' "Bachianas Brasileiras" passages. Moura's original "Domingo No Orfeão Portugal" is also performed with no "alien" influences; just the old, swinging samba with choro baixarias de violão (violão basslines typical of the choro genre), sometimes in pizzicatto. Baden Powell's "Violão vadio," an ad-lib rendition, also is completely free from influences other than the Brazilian tradition. Even the complex harmonies found when the violão backs the clarinet solo are derived from classical tradition incorporated in Brazilian music since the beginning of the century, not from jazz, as is usually believed. Ary Barroso's classic "Morena Boca de Ouro," (recorded with success by João Gilberto) receives a balançante (swinging) samba treatment. Moura's original "Tempos Felizes" is a romantic valse, very faithful to the choro spirit, with touches of modern classic harmonization and jazz clarinet soloing. The immortal Pixinguinha classic "1x0" receives a pure, typical, jumpy, swinging, and fun choro treatment, only with Rabelo's flamenco attacks bringing other influences into the mix. "Tarde de Chuva," another Moura original, is a beautiful choro theme delivered with samba backing, with baixarias only at its ending, a particularly modern introduction and a jazzy ending. Jobim's "Luíza" is very much to-the-letter and restrained in its melancholic rendition. The master of the gafieiras Severino Araújo was the choice for the album's closing with his typical "Um Chorinho em Aldeia." It's a hot, swinging fast-paced choro suited for the duo's virtuosity. This album is an opportunity for catching the true spirit of choro, which, although not in his most typical face (which is with the backing of the regional) shows a modern yet faithful face.