Lautréamont, "Les Chants de Maldoror : Chants 1 et 2"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Jan. 15, 2017
Lautréamont, "Les Chants de Maldoror : Chants 1 et 2"

Lautréamont, "Les Chants de Maldoror : Chants 1 et 2"
Thélème | 2005 | ISBN: 287862193X | French | MP3 192 Kbps | Lenght: 02:23:00 | 193.9 MB

L'album présenté est composé des 2 premiers chants sur les 6 du recueil. …

Standford University Press - EBooks Collection  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Rare-1 at Dec. 16, 2015
Standford University Press - EBooks Collection

Standford University Press - EBooks Collection
English | PDF-EPUB | 288 Files | 2.40 Gb

A collection of over 400 ebooks from Stanford University Press, over lots of different academic fields. Contains a roughly even number of epubs and pdfs, with some ebooks available in both formats and others only in one or the other. All or mostly retail.

Tomasz Stanko - Leosia (1997)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Nov. 19, 2015
Tomasz Stanko - Leosia (1997)

Tomasz Stanko - Leosia (1997)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue & Log) ~ 312 mb | MP3 320 kbps CBR ~ 151 mb | Scans included | 62 min
Jazz | Label: ECM | Rel: 1997

The second ECM album from this Polish-Swedish-British edition of the Tomasz Stanko Quartet follows the critically-heralded Matka Joanna. As Jazz Journal wrote, "Trumpeter Stanko's vibrant breadth of tone and poetic feeling for cross-rhythmic drama are second to none." Leosia marks a further progression, incorporating six first-rate Stanko compositions in his brooding "Slavic" style, darker than the darkest Miles (and incorporating a tribute to Lautréamont, literature's Count of Darkness), as well as bracing and exploratory duo and trio improvisations, and solos of the higherst calibre by all concerned. The group has an unusual claim on idiomatic completeness; it seems to summarize, in highly original manner, many of the important developments of jazz of the last 30 years. Stanko, however, distances himself from the general drift toward reinterpretation of standards in the 1990s. His bent notes, slurs, smears and violent fanfares are put to the service of a new group music.