Friends, as I write this, gold hit all time highs, the stock market is in turmoil, and unemployment is running rampant throughout the country. What does this all mean to you as a trader? In short, absolutely nothing! No matter how bad the pundits say the economy is, I bag my limit every time I trade. My wife and child are sheltered from turmoil in the markets… and the price of gas? Irrelevant in here!! Whether or not you realize it yet, we are all part of something bigger than ourselves. The knowledge that I share in my class is the key to financial stability in your lives and the lives of your children. Do not take this opportunity for granted. I promise you, if you get focused and roll up your sleeves, you will find it. If you ever had a chance at success as a trader it is through this doorway! I am extending my hand. Will you step through?
An acclaimed Italian guitar virtuoso and composer, Mauro Giuliani, along with Fernando Sor, was one of the last great classical proponents of his instrument until its revival in the early twentieth century. He studied counterpoint and the cello, but on the six-string guitar he was entirely self-taught, and that became his principal instrument early on. Italy abounded with fine guitarists at the beginning of the nineteenth century (Carulli remains the most familiar today), but few of them could make a living because of the public's preoccupation with opera. So Giuliani embarked on a successful tour of Europe when he was 19, and in 1806 he settled in Vienna, where he entered the musical circle of Diabelli, Moscheles, and Hummel. He solidified his reputation with the 1808 premiere of his Guitar Concerto in A major, Op. 30, and was soon heralded as the greatest living guitar virtuoso. Even Beethoven noticed Giuliani, and wrote of his admiration for him. Perhaps to return the favor, Giuliani played cello in the 1813 premiere of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7.
Mauro walks through the city buying stuff. Anything, it doesn’t matter what. Because Mauro is a passador, as in the streets they call a man who trade fake bills. Marcela and Luis live together. Marcela is a few months pregnant. Luis and Mauro decide to set up a little printing house to produce counterfeit money. Mauro trade the money by night, in bars and discotheques. He moves discreetly, always alone; until he meets Paula.
Trombonist Mauro Ottolini's diverse and multifaceted world completely unravels in this album; a maze of exciting and compelling sounds where, in the lucid madness of his band Sousaphonix, complete fulfilment is found. "The Sky Above Braddock is a limbo, where one finds lost and forgotten souls. The music in this album was inspired by a short story I read about a borough of Pittsburgh, Braddock. It sweetly and subtly intoxicated my artistic vein… A thrilling provocation." (M. Ottolini)
Il libro, curato da Mauro Bonazzi, Loredana Cardullo, Giovanni Casertano, Emidio Spinelli e Franco Trabattoni, contiene testi scelti tra i filosofi della Grecia antica. Tra gli altri: Anassagora, Aristotele, Platone, Socrate, Seneca, Talete, Plotino, Zenone.