La revue moto technique de la Kawasaki Versys 650.
Cette revue technique concerne la : Kawasaki Versys 650 (2007 et 2008)
Versys 650 sans ABS : KLE650A7F (modèle 2007) et KLE 650A8F (modèle 2008)
Versys 650 avec ABS : KLE650B7F (modèle 2007) et KLE 650B8F (modèle 2008)…
Prêt à vrombir de rire ? Une odeur d'huile de synthèse, de cuir gras râpé, d'asphalte et de gomme brûlée flotte autour du local de l'association des fondus. Nos héros se sont trouvé une nouvelle passion : la moto !
Acquérir des connaissances en électricité moto est un plaisir enrichissant a condition de ne pas séparer la théorie de la pratique.
For 30 years Michel Plasson has recorded French music exclusively for EMI Classics. This exclusive box is truly unique as it covers all the masterpieces of French repertoire: concertos by Ravel, Fauré's Requiem, Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique, Bizet's only symphony, L'Arlesienne; Lalo's Symphony; etc . . .
Despite the popularity of works such as The Four Seasons and La Stravaganza, many of Vivaldi’s 250 concertos for violin remain largely unknown. The new recordings of the concertos RV 187 and 281 are based on Vivaldi’s original manuscript scores and capture the thrilling spontaneity of his compositional style. The concerto RV283 also includes a previously unpublished cadenza from the notebook of Vivaldi’s protégé Anna Maria. Very much a man of the 21st Century, Giuliano Carmignola combines his passion for the baroque with his love of motorcycling, which he calls, “Vivaldi con moto - motion and emotion from a MOTOcyclist-musician.”
The eighteenth century is probably the most extraordinary period of transformation Europe has known since antiquity. Political upheavals kept pace with the innumerable inventions and discoveries of the age; every sector of the arts and of intellectual and material life was turned upside down. Between the end of the reign of Louis XIV and the revolution of 1789, music in its turn underwent a radical mutation that struck at the very heart of a well-established musical language. In this domain too, we are all children of the Age of Enlightenment: our conception of music and the way we ‘consume’ it still follows in many respects the agenda set by the eighteenth century. And it is not entirely by chance that harmonia mundi has chosen to offer you in 2011 a survey of this musical revolution which, without claiming to be exhaustive, will enable you to grasp the principal outlines of musical creation between the twilight of the Baroque and the dawn of Romanticism.