Cet ouvrage s'adresse à des apprenants adultes et grands adolescents de niveau faux-débutant. Il peut être utilisé en classe, en complément d'un manuel, ou en autoapprentissage. Il comprend quinze leçons réparties en cinq unités, chacune ayant un thème et des objectifs fonctionnels particuliers. Les textes en compléments sont d'une très grande variété. …
Johann Wilhelm Hässler was a great and famous keyboard virtuoso in the second half of the 18th century. His style forms a bridge between the Baroque and the early Classical era, a period of “Sturm und Drang”, highly virtuosic and extravagant in its expression of feelings and character. Harpsichordist Michele Benuzzi undertook thorough research into this music, some of which was formerly attributed to Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, before he prepared the present edition, as well as writing the extremely informative liner notes. Played on a magnificent historic 18th century instrument from the Russell Collection in Edinburgh. New Premiere Recording.
King Roland of the planet Druidia is trying to marry his daughter Princess Vespa to Prince Valium, but Vespa is kidnapped by the evil race of the Spaceballs. The Spaceballs ask Roland a tremendous ransom: all the air of Druidia (you see, the air of Spaceball had serious pollution problems…). The King decides to offer a generous amount of money to a space rogue, Lone Starr, to persuade him to save Vespa. What follows is the parody of a _LOT_ of famous SF movies.
Denmark’s GUTTURAL SLUG have chosen the perfect name for their implausibly heavy sophomore full-length, the bowel-loosening “Megalodon,” a ridiculously effective chunk of straight-forward Slamming Death Metal that mixes gnarly grooves, barf-bag vocals, and neatly timed momentum bursts with ferociously fun results.At only seven tracks and less than 20 minutes long, “Megalodon” is a gut-check. Comprised of two musicians, Mauro the vocalist and Mikkel the guitarist/drum programmer, GUTTURAL SLUG, unlike said prehistoric shark, never bite off more than they can chew, a quality that keeps the album chugging, from ever growing wearisome. And considering how these riffs and slams aren’t exactly out of the norm in this subgenre, the band should be further commended for keeping the energy level at its maximum notch, a level suited best for your everyday adrenaline-fiend.