VOL.1 In this first lecture of a series focusing on human anatomy as it relates to figurative art, figure painter and instructor Charles Hu discusses key skeletal and muscular landmarks along with methods for maintaining the correct proportional relationships between the various structures of the human body. Throughout the lecture, Charles refers to skeletal reference to illustrate how skeletal elements not only connect, but more importantly, how these structures move in relation to one another, providing a clear roadmap for maintaining correct proportional relationships in your figure drawings.
Longtime Bob Seger fans are united by one desire: to have his earliest recordings reissued. Usually, this means his earliest singles for Cameo and Hideout, but the sentiment also pertains to his first seven records that have remained out of print for years, with some – like the superb Back in '72 – never seeing a CD reissue. All this means that the 2009 appearance of Early Seger, Vol. 1 caused great excitement, especially since Seger chose Hideout as the imprint for this self-released compilation of highlights and outtakes…
You get 7 hours of DVD-Video instruction on 5 DVD's complete with Chapter List and Program Guide inserts to help you maximize your training! World Renown Kettlebell Instructor - and National Kung Fu Champion - Steve Cotter Offers Comprehensive Kettlebell Training Instruction…From Basics of Kettlebells to Advanced Drills for the Most Accomplished of Athletes The Encyclopedia of Kettlebell Lifting is an intensive A to Z training system, designed to fit your needs from beginning and preparation to advanced techniques and competition skills.
For his debut 20 Licks series we gave Guthrie Govan all of the creative liberties he desired, and what we were left with is pretty outstanding! This package is all Guthrie; from the overall series concept, to the jamtrack, the ideas and licks inside the package. It's all hot off the press from one of the worlds most accomplished, and refined guitar players.
There's beauty aplenty in Parnassus' playing… MDG's recording, by placing the piano (which sounds wonderful throughout) slightly back in the acoustic, achieves a believable and wholly satisfying instrumental balance.
"From his first meeting with Copland, Bernstein regarded November 14 as a lucky date: and so it proved to be again in 1943… In August 1943 Artur Rodzinsky, the new music director of the New York Philharmonic, named Bernstein assistant conductor. On Sunday, November 14, 1943, guest conductor Bruno Walter fell ill. Bernstein was awakened that morning with the news that he would have to conduct the concert - on a national radio broadcast - without benefit of a rehearsal. As they say, the rest is history. Bu Monday, Leonard Bernstein was the heir apparent, the American most likely to success as a conductor in his own country, where the field was still dominated by foreign-born musicians"Steven Ledbetter