Rachel Alexander

Rachel Alexander & Elisa Sednaoui by Daniel Jackson for women'secret Spring/Summer 2008

Women'secret Spring/Summer 2008 Campaign
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Rachel Alexander & Elisa Sednaoui
Rachel Alexander - Andres Sarda Swimwear & Lingerie Collection 2010 (Repost)

Rachel Alexander - Andres Sarda Swimwear & Lingerie Collection 2010 (Repost)
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American Model
Rachel Alexander – Andres Sarda “Sarda” Fall-Winter2010 Campaign

Rachel Alexander – Andres Sarda “Sarda” Fall-Winter2010 Campaign
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American Model

Rachel Alexander - Andres Sarda "Sarda" Collection (HQ)  Graphics

Posted by NesAn ru at April 6, 2010
Rachel Alexander - Andres Sarda "Sarda" Collection (HQ)

Rachel Alexander - Lingerie-Swimwear Campaign Spring/Summer 2010
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Rachel Therrien Quintet - Why Don't You Try (WDYT) (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Oct. 28, 2017
Rachel Therrien Quintet - Why Don't You Try (WDYT) (2017)

Rachel Therrien Quintet - Why Don't You Try (WDYT) (2017)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) - 347 MB | Cover | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 128 MB | 00:55:02
Jazz | Label: Truth Revolution Records

Spearheaded by trumpeter Rachel Therrien, Why Don’t You Try presents a collaborative mosaic of original music by each member of the quintet. Recorded at Montreal’s Studio 270 with technician Robert Langlois and mixed at Studio ToneBender by Olivier St-Pierre, the project presents tasty jazz-rock with creative arrangements and beautiful cohesion between the musicians. Co-produced by Rachel Therrien and Kim Neundorf for Free Run Artists Productions, Why Don’t You Try features the sound of Simon Pagé’s groovy electric bass, Charles Trudel’s virtuoso piano, Alain Bourgeois’s energetic drums, Benjamin Deschamps’s inventive saxophone, and Rachel Therrien’s inspired trumpet. Why Don’t You Try is woven of bold musical proposals, great moments of improvisation and a sympathetic humoristic touch.
Rachel Calloway, Musicians of the Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival - Engel: Chamber Music & Folksongs (2017)

Rachel Calloway, Musicians of the Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival - Engel: Chamber Music & Folksongs
Classical, Vocal | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 58:31 min | 243 MB
Label: Toccata Classics | Tracks: 19 | Rls.date: 2017

The Russian composer Joel Engel (18681927) is unofficially considered the father of Jewish music. He paved the way for a nationalist movement that used Yiddish and Hebrew folk songs as the basis of a serious art-form. Well before Kodály and Bartók in Hungary, Engel went out to the shtetls of eastern Europe, writing down the villagers songs and then composed music inspired by his excursions. This first-ever album of his music reveals the melodic immediacy of these songs and instrumental pieces, capturing the soul of a people and a centuries-old vanished culture.

A Macat Analysis of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring [Audiobook]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at Dec. 13, 2017
A Macat Analysis of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring [Audiobook]

A Macat Analysis of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring [Audiobook] by Nikki Springer
English | June 27th, 2016 | ASIN: B01HIMITH8 | MP3@64 kbps | 1 hr 43 mins | 48.35 MB
Narrator: Macat.com

Rachel Carson worked at the US Bureau of Fisheries for 15 years while developing a writing career at the same time. Her first book, 1941's Under the Sea Wind, became a best seller, but it was eclipsed by 1962's Silent Spring, one of the first books ever to highlight environmentalist issues. Carson focuses on the negative, widespread, and long-lasting effects of human activity on the environment, and illustrates this through one case study - the use of chemical pesticides in agriculture. Throughout Silent Spring, Carson argues against man's short-termist interfering in the natural world and highlights the potential dangers for both humanity and wildlife.
John Rassem El Massih, John Michael Boyer, Cappella Romana & Alexander Lingas - The Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for Christm

John Rassem El Massih, John Michael Boyer, Cappella Romana & Alexander Lingas - The Sun of Justice: Byzantine Chant for Christmas (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Digital Booklet | 02:04:53 | 306 MB
Label: Cappella Romana

Cappella’s Associate Music Director John Michael Boyer directs exhilarating Byzantine chants for Christmastide in Greek, Arabic, and English. Featuring Lebanon-born guest soloist, Rev’d Deacon John (Rassem) El Massih, and the release of a new CD of the program.
Understanding Software: Max Kanat-Alexander on simplicity, coding, and how to suck less as a programmer

Understanding Software: Max Kanat-Alexander on simplicity, coding, and how to suck less as a programmer by Max Kanat-Alexander
English | November 8th, 2017 | ASIN: B075V9S57B, ISBN: 1788628810 | 278 Pages | EPUB | 0.94 MB

In Understanding Software, Max Kanat-Alexander, Technical Lead for Code Health at Google, shows you how to bring simplicity back to computer programming. Max explains to you why programmers suck, and how to suck less as a programmer. There's just too much complex stuff in the world. Complex stuff can't be used, and it breaks too easily. Complexity is stupid. Simplicity is smart.
Isabelle Faust & Alexander Melnikov - Weber: Sonatas for Piano & Violin, Piano Quartet (2013) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Isabelle Faust & Alexander Melnikov - Weber: Sonatas for Piano & Violin, Piano Quartet (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 69:59 minutes | 1.23 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital Booklet

The unjustly neglected piano quartet (J76) was completed in September of the year 1809, which the 22-year-old Weber spent in Stuttgart. It was originally offered to the publisher Hans Georg Nägeli, but he rejected it, advising the composer that it created wanton ‘confusion in the arrangement of its ideas’ and indeed too obviously imitated the ‘bizarreries’ of Beethoven.