Posted by **ParRus** at April 19, 2017

2xDVDRip | English | AVI | 640 x 480 | XviD ~752 kbps | 29.970 fps

MP3 | 101 Kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 05:28:50 | 1.98 GB

The Algebra 2 Tutor is a 6 hour course spread over 2 DVD disks that will aid the student in the core topics of Algebra 2. This DVD bridges the gap between Algebra 1 and Trigonometry, and contains essential material to do well in advanced mathematics. Many of the topics in contained in this DVD series are used in other Math courses, such as writing equations of lines, graphing equations, and solving systems of equations. These skills are used time again in more advanced courses such as Physics and Calculus.

Posted by **FenixN** at April 19, 2017

DVDRips | AVI/XviD, ~708 kb/s | 640x368 | Duration: 10:39:47 | English: MP3, 112 kb/s (2 ch) | 3.57 GB

Calculus 3 is considered by most to be a very difficult course to master in the realm of Calculus. This is because you will learn about many different topics, and each topic builds on the previous. If you don't understand something early on, the chances of "catching up" are drastically reduced as time goes on.

Posted by **ParRus** at April 19, 2017

DVDRip | English | FLV | 600 x 336 | AVC ~360 kbps | 29.970 fps

AAC | 128 Kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 05:29:31 | 0.98 GB

The Laplace Transform is one of the most powerful mathematical tools that can be used to solve a wide variety of problems in Math, Science, and Engineering. We begin this course by discussing what the Laplace Transform is and why it is important. Next, we show the Laplace Integral, and derive several fundamental transformations that we will use in the remainder of the course. We also discuss the Inverse Laplace Transform and derive several inverses. We discuss how to solve Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) with initial conditions and work several examples to give practice with real problems.

Posted by **FenixN** at April 19, 2017

DVDRips | AVI/XviD, ~684 kb/s | 640x368 | Duration: 10:12:06 | English: MP3, 112 kb/s (2 ch) | 3.94 GB

Calculus 3 is considered by most to be a very difficult course to master in the realm of Calculus. This is because you will learn about many different topics, and each topic builds on the previous. If you don't understand something early on, the chances of "catching up" are drastically reduced as time goes on.

Posted by **naag** at April 12, 2017

MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1.5 Hours | Lec: 23 | 2.27 GB

Concise, compact, and easy to follow guide to learning piano and music theory basics! Well planned out lessons

Posted by **SERTiL** at Feb. 9, 2017

Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 140:14 min | 323 MB

This month's SOMM release will no doubt be a special treat for the many fans of Peter Donohoe's recordings: a two-CD slimline set of Scriabin's Ten Piano Sonatas, ending with Vers la Flamme Op. 72, one of his last pieces for piano, written in 1914

Posted by **SERTiL** at Feb. 5, 2017

Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | 125:26 min | 2.16 GB | Digital booklet

Pollini's performances of Beethoven's last five piano sonatas have assumed almost legendary status, and this reissue at midprice in improved sound ought to win them many new friends. Sometimes considered a cold interpreter, Pollini here pays scrupulous attention to Beethoven's instructions, an attention that never gets in the way of sincere expression. There's a lot to be said for approaching this music with a maximum of clarity and simplicity, and a minimum of Romantic panting and heaving. In fact, Beethoven's instructions are so detailed, and the music itself is often so elaborately developed, that it's all most pianists can do to play it as he wrote it. Pollini does that, and much more. –David Hurwitz

Posted by **Discograf_man** at Feb. 3, 2017

Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1.60 GB

Recorded over 13 years between 1975 and 1988, Murray Perahia's cycle of the complete piano concertos of Mozart, including the concert rondos and double concertos, remains perhaps the most enduring monument to his art. What is it about Perahia's art, some skeptics might ask, that is worth enduring? For one thing, as this 12-disc set amply demonstrates, there is his incredible tone. Clear as a bell, bright as the sky, and deep as the ocean, Perahia's tone is not only one of the wonders of the age, it's admirably suited to the pellucid loveliness of Mozart's music.

Posted by **ruskaval** at Dec. 26, 2016

EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 382 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 186 Mb

Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 69 Mb | 5% repair rar

Classical / Romantic / Concerto / Piano

Samson François was a pianist of mercurial brilliance and mesmeric charisma, capable of extraordinary poetry. The sense of spontaneity in his playing could at times become wilful, even provocative, but he never ceases to exercise his fascination on the listener. Chopin’s music was of essential importance to him, and here he performs both the composer’s piano concertos.

Posted by **tirexiss** at Dec. 22, 2016

EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 79:26 | 330 MB

The two concertos are worth lisenting although not masterpices. The second in the disk is better. Spada's playing is delicate and precise although the tempi in both finales is rather slow. Not to be compared with those concertos by Mozart but good. The overture to "Les Horaces" is beautifully composed in a Gluckian style. Its final subject heard by the end is very inspired and heroic. The overture to "Semiramide" (presented as to either "La Secchia Rapita" or "Il Ricco di un Giorno" -I can not remember exactly- in other Salieri's CD) is less interesting and Spada's slow tempo reinforces the mediocrity of the piece.