Ojas

Ojas - Naranja (2007)  Music

Posted by paiste at Oct. 12, 2007
Ojas - Naranja (2007)

Ojas - "Naranja" (2007)
MP3 | CBR 160Kbps 44100 Joint Stereo | 67 MB
Genre: indie-rock | Argentina
Hedos Ensemble - Love lives not when Hope is gone: Renaissance Love Songs (1996)

Hedos Ensemble - Love lives not when Hope is gone: Renaissance Love Songs
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 302 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: CPO # 999 388-2 | Country/Year: Germany 2006
Genre: Classical, Folk | Style: Renaissance

The Hedos Ensemble was established in 1988 for the purpose of performing ensemble music of the fifteenth to eighteenth centuries in various instrumentations. Singers (such as the baritone Hartmut Hein on this recording) and instrumentalists join the core group of instrumentalists as required in order to present an extensive as well as diverse repertoire of chamber music from the Renaissance to the Baroque…
Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms [repost]

Hal Gabow, "Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms"
2007 | pages: 1334 | ISBN: 0898716241 | DJVU | 14,9 mb

Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at June 2, 2015
Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms

Hal Gabow, "Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms"
2007 | pages: 1334 | ISBN: 0898716241 | DJVU | 14,9 mb

Russell Symonds - La Scienza della Totalità: Parte Seconda  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by SSCN1926 at Feb. 21, 2015
Russell Symonds - La Scienza della Totalità: Parte Seconda

Russell Symonds - La Scienza della Totalità: Parte Seconda
Italian | Russell Symonds | 2013 | EPUB | Pages 169 | ASIN: B00BGUHVTQ | 1.55 Mb

Richard Clayderman - Tango @ 256 Kbps  Music

Posted by tokikosun at June 25, 2006
Richard Clayderman - Tango @ 256 Kbps

Richard Clayderman - Tango (1996)
Genre: Dance | MP3 256 kbps | 44100 Hz Stereo | ~61 Mb

My father was a piano teacher but above all he was a bandoneon player. When I was a kid I would often hear him at home practicing tango music. 'La Cumbarsita' was one of his favorites.
at home, at music school and later on at the Conservatoire, I was studying Mozart, Chopin, Brahms….but when I was 12 or 13 years old, my father offered me several opportunities to play the piano and the organ with his group. We used to play a series of dance themes: waltz, Paso dobles, boleros, cha cha and of course, Tango.
The tango took off over the world in the 30's and although rock, dance music, techno and rap have infused the world, the tango and its sound remain as inspiring as ever. Whenever I listen to a tango it brings back memories of my father who died over 20 years ago. I can still see his fingers dancing across the keys of his bandoneon.
In this recording, my wish was to associate my piano to rhythms and sounds which are those of today without distorting the essence of tango.
In fact my goal here is to introduce the tango to the uninitiated, bring back good memories to those who know it and, above all, to have my listeners enjoy tango as much as I do.
Merci to the Argentinean composers for the great heritage they have given us. http://www.clayderman.co.uk/home_page.htm

Richard Clayderman-Tango @256  Music

Posted by tokikosun at June 24, 2006
Richard Clayderman-Tango @256

Richard Clayderman - Tango| 1996 | Genre: Dance | MP3 256 kbps | 44100 Hz Stereo | ~59 MB

My father was a piano teacher but above all he was a bandoneon player. When I was a kid I would often hear him at home practicing tango music. 'La Cumbarsita' was one of his favorites.
at home, at music school and later on at the Conservatoire, I was studying Mozart, Chopin, Brahms….but when I was 12 or 13 years old, my father offered me several opportunities to play the piano and the organ with his group. We used to play a series of dance themes: waltz, Paso dobles, boleros, cha cha and of course, Tango.
The tango took off over the world in the 30's and although rock, dance music, techno and rap have infused the world, the tango and its sound remain as inspiring as ever. Whenever I listen to a tango it brings back memories of my father who died over 20 years ago. I can still see his fingers dancing across the keys of his bandoneon.
In this recording, my wish was to associate my piano to rhythms and sounds which are those of today without distorting the essence of tango.
In fact my goal here is to introduce the tango to the uninitiated, bring back good memories to those who know it and, above all, to have my listeners enjoy tango as much as I do.
Merci to the Argentinean composers for the great heritage they have given us. http://www.clayderman.co.uk/home_page.htm