Descripción 50 études faciles et progressives pour saxophone (50 Easy And Progressive Studies) for Saxophone (orOboe), is an excellent collection of studies, composed by Guy Lacour.
These studies are designed toimprove your technical control and stylistic awareness, and are designed so that they progressivelybecome more difficult, introducing you to further, and more advanced, concepts. Volume 1 contains studies 1-25 in the collection.
The seven compositions on this recording where composed with an idealized Juke Box in mind, where any kind of music might show up from any culture or time and be combined for the next "Play". My music listening has been informed by the spirit and work of Alan Lomax, from blues to raga, ragtime to avant-garde, pygmy chants to Korean court music, following styles and esthetics as they rubbed up against each other in the mingling of culture that was made available by intrepid searchers of music. The "sides" aren't a direct borrowing but a weaving of the common threads that occur in all musics.
Lime was a Canadian disco/new wave combo that consisted of lead singers Chris Marsh and Joy Dorris, and production/songwriting team Denis and Denyse LePage. A popular act in the '80s, they produced several influential singles in their genre, including the hit "Your Love."…
Featured at the Cannes Film Festival and winner of 6 awards at international film and video festivals, this DVD brings the techniques displayed in The Art of Sensual Massage to life on your TV or computer. This is a video of pleasure, as warm and sensual as massage itself. Head menus take you directly to the part of the body you wish to massage. Techniques are easy to learn and require no special abilities or training. Minutes after viewing this DVD you will be spreading pleasure inch-by-inch.