A border town on the Danube, 1944. The town is occupied by the Germans, and there are plenty of collaborators. A number of the young men join the partisans, kill a Serbian, and throw his body into the village, forbidding anyone to bury it. Anastasia refuses to obey the order…
Although Jimmy Campbell's 1969 LP Son of Anastasia was his first full-length release, he'd been on the Liverpool rock scene since the mid-'60s as part of the Merseybeat band the Kirkbys, and then the more psychedelic outfit 23rd Turnoff. While Son of Anastasia contained a few songs he'd recorded in released and unreleased versions in the 23rd Turnoff days in 1967, it was a marked change in direction for Campbell, in his style if not his songwriting. For Son of Anastasia is largely a folky, acoustic album, occasionally venturing into orchestrated folk-pop, even if Campbell is more a pop/rock songwriter than a folk one. Campbell's slightly moody yet catchy melodies, as well as his drolly understated lyrics, mark him as perhaps the best '60s Liverpool rock songwriter never to have a chart record; his likably fragile voice can sound like a cross between Robin Gibb and Cat Stevens, with perhaps a pinch of post-'60s Marianne Faithfull scratchiness.
Whether you're just starting out, or an accomplished tennis pro, you'll find that practicing yoga will do more than just improve your tennis game - it will enhance all aspects of your life! In this easy-to-follow 45-minute DVD, avid tennis player and Jivamukti-certified and Yoga Alliance-registered yoga instructor Anastasia will guide you through this tennis specific yoga practice. Flexibility, strength and breath control, which is part of every Yoga posture, is the key to on-court improvement. This DVD will help you: Improve concentration; Control anxiety; Increase flexibility; Increase your reach; Reduce the risk of injury; Improve your footwork; Gain strength and endurance.
Take your elearning content to the next level by learning advanced Adobe Captivate techniques that increase your efficiency and build more robust courses. Anastasia McCune shows you how to use some of the great time-saving shortcuts in Captivate, create question pools to test your learners, use variables and actions to customize training, record and edit audio and video, set up accessibility options such as closed captioning, and publish for a variety of different delivery platforms.