The stress management program, The Power of the Moment, that Dr. Harry Henshaw has created combines a guided imagery exercise, positive affirmations and the power of therapeutic relaxation music to help a person reduce and manage stress. This program has three tracks. The first track is a guided imagery exercise that is designed to teach a particular technique for reducing stress and assisting a person in becoming very grounded in the moment, in the present. Track One combines a guided imagery exercise, positive affirmations and therapeutic relaxation music. The second track uses positive affirmations designed to help you relax and therapeutic relaxation music to create a harmonious way of being.
Dr Harry Henshaw has created a product specifically designed to help a person create a more effective way of breathing and as a result possibly lower his or her blood pressure. This unique audio product combines a guided imagery breathing exercise with specially designed therapeutic relaxation music. The purpose of the guided imagery breathing exercise is to help a person start to learn how to breathe properly. The primary purpose of the therapeutic relaxation music is to create an audio environment that will enhance the person's learning. The primary purpose of this special audio product is to teach a person how to breathe more effectively and as a result assist in creating a blood pressure that is within a normal range.
In 1974, Eddie Dunford, comes home from South England and gets a job as a cub reporter for the Yorkshire Post. A schoolgirl has gone missing, and Eddie suspects it's one of several crimes dating back six years; the police think not and blame gypsies. Eddie digs; the police stonewall him then two of them beat him after he visits the widowed mother of one of the girls missing for a few years. When a child's body turns up at a construction site of local building magnate John Dawson, Eddie has another thread to pull. By now, he's begun an affair with Paula, the widowed mom, and he suspects collusion among Dawson, the police, and his newspaper - but what are they covering up?
Everybody Jam! is the second album by Scatman John. The album continues along the thematic lines of the first album but with an evolved sound, and cemented his popularity in Japan, released there with five bonus tracks. The album released two international singles: the title track tribute to Louis Armstrong and "Let It Go", all of which were successful. Additionally, the Japanese bonus tracks "Pripri Scat" and "Su Su Su Super Ki Re i" charted successfully there as single releases…
Mozart?s concerto actually began life as a concerto for basset horn (not basset clarinet) and was written in the key of G. The manuscript ended abruptly after the 191st measure of the first movement. Mozart rethought his plan, decided to recast the concerto in A, and overhauled the solo part for basset clarinet, an instrument developed by his friend Anton Stadler The version that entered the repertoire after Mozart?s death was an adaptation of the original.
Performances of Bach's St. John Passion, BWV 245, with these forces or close to them have become an annual Eastertime tradition in London, and this recording is guaranteed an appreciative audience. Certain details relate specifically to this tradition: several chorales are sung unaccompanied, but an accompanied version is included at the end for those who reject the dramatization.