Transcription for piano soloInstrumentation : PianoContenu : Pétrouchka - Russian Dance - The Shrove-Tide FairNombre de pages : 40Format : New Edition portrait
Authentiques transcriptions guitares (solfège et tablatures). Best of regroupant 14 morceaux écrits entre 1984 et 1994.Titres : When We Dance; If You Love Somebody Set Them Free; Fields Of Gold; All This Time; Fortess Around Your Heart; Be Still My Beating Heart; They Dance Alone; If I Ever Lose My Faith In You; Fragile; Why Should I Cry For You?; Englishman In New York; We´ll Be Together; Russians; This Cowboy Song
Goon but not forgotten. From 1952 to 1960 the Goons ruled the airwaves, the most celebrated and influential clowns in the history of radio. GO ON, take your seats for the time-warp as Sir Walter Raleigh loads his treasure on the good ship Venus; the Hon. Harold Bowels MP gets the Needle from Cleopatra; Neddie, the 6,000-year-old Plasticine Man is unearthed at Stonehenge; and secret agent Capt. Hairy Seagoon tracks down the Russian time machine in a special edition recorded for the BBC Transcription Service. Only the esteemed Time Lords Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, and Harry Secombe can do all this through the truly timeless wireless wizardry of The Goon Show. And how is Mein Herr this morning? Going a bit thin on top. 1. Language: English. Narrator: The Goons. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/bbcw/000083/rt_bbcw_000083_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Seminar paper from the year 2000 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2 (B), University of Tubingen (English Seminar), course: Introduction to English linguistics, 5 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Perhaps the most remarkable thing about the present extract from Anthony Burgess ´´A Clockwork Orange´´ is its language. Alex, the writer of the book, uses a great number of unusual words that seem to be freely invented by the author. By having a closer look at them, it can be noted that many of them have their origin in the Russian language. In this essay I will survey these unusual words and try to expose if they are phonetically, morphologically, syntactically or semantically different from ´´real´´ English words or if they could be called Anglicism according to one of the above topics. Therefore I am going to try to give a phonetic transcription of some of the new words and their corresponding Russian expressions and compare them. Then I am going to have a closer look at the word order of the present extract and try to put the new words into their corresponding syntactical categories. I will as well show how the sentences are connected and what lexical or grammatical properties make the extract coherent. In addition I am going to specify some of the Anglicism in the text and intend to explain how they are built .I also will try to make clear the thematic roles of one example sentence to facilitate its interpretation. Finally I am going to present what in my opinion could be said about the author´s background and education, according to the text.
DescriptionPart of the beloved Joy Of... series, The Joy Of Piano Duets is a collection of familiar melodies in easy arrangements for one Piano, four hands. Under the editorial guidance established by renowned teacher, arranger and musicologist Denes Agay, Joy Of... series covers a wide variety of musical genres including the classics, folk, jazz, blues, ragtime and children’s music. Students and teachers all over the world have welcomed The Joy Of... books for their imaginative choice of material, consistent settings and accessible, large-format style. New titles are constantly being added to an already extensive range, ensuring that the series continues as a vital growing treasury of the world’s best music. This CD edition includes newly-recorded, high-quality performances of the music to be found in the book. These tracks demonstrate how the pieces should sound and, in some cases, provide a piano part with which the student can play along.SonglistA Happy And Harmonious Blacksmith (Air - Suite No.5 In E Hwv 430) [Handel, George Frideric]Adeste FidelesAdios Muchachos [Sanders, Julio]Arioso [Bach, Johann Sebastian]Arkansas TravelerBoogie For Two (Martin)Bourree From Violin Sonata No.2 (Js Bach)Can-can [Offenbach, Jacques]Caprice No.24 [Paganini, Niccolo]Careless LoveDuet From Don Giovanni (Mozart)Fascination [Marchetti, Filippo]Frolic (Bartok)Give My Regards to Broadway [Cohan, George M.]Hush-a-byeJamaica FarewellLittle Rhapsody On Hungarian ThemesLullaby From The Firebird (Stravinsky)Melody In Waltz Time Theme From String Quartet No.2 (Borodin)Minuet (A Little Night Music) [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus]O Come, All Ye FaithfulParade Of The Tin Soldiers [Jessel, Leon]Rondino Theme From Cello Concerto In D (Haydn)The Banjo Rag (Drumheller)The Comedians´ Galop (Kabalevsky)The Merry Boys Polka (Suppe)The Metronome Theme From Symphony No 8 (Beethoven)The Musical Snuffbox [Lyadov, Anatol]The Streets Of LaredoThe Trout [Schubert, Franz]The Washington Post [Sousa, John Phillip]Transcription Of A Gavotte By GluckTrepak Russian Dance From Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky)Waltzes From Fledermaus (Strauss)
DescriptionJohn Coltrane: Omnibook features 43 jazz solo transcriptions as played by the legendary John Coltrane, including Countdown, Cousin Mary, Lush Life, Moment´s Notice, My Favorite Things, Naima (Niema), Syeeda´s Song Flute and more.26-2 Acknowledgement Airegin Alabama All Blues All Or Nothing At All Bessie´s Blues Blue Train (Blue Trane) Body And Soul By The Numbers Bye Bye Blackbird Cattin´ Central Park West Chasin´ The Trane Countdown Cousin Mary Crescent Eclypso Equinox Giant Steps Goldsboro Express Grand Central Impressions In A Sentimental Mood India Just For The Love Lazy Bird Like Sonny (Simple Like) Locomotion Lonnie´s Lament Lush Life Mary´s Blues Moment´s Notice Mr. P.C. My Favorite Things My One And Only Love Naima (Niema) Nita Oleo Omicron Paul´s Pal Pursuance Russian Lullaby So What Softly As In A Morning Sunrise Some Other Blues Spiral Syeeda´s Song Flute Theme For Ernie Velvet Scene We Six Witches Pit
Seminar paper from the year 2018 in the subject Russian / Slavic Languages, grade: 1,7, LMU Munich (Slavistik), course: Genius from Romanticism to the Present Day, language: English, abstract: In his last Russian-language novel The Gift, ´´a novel about love and literary growth´´, Vladimir Nabokov tells the story of Fyodor, an aspiring poet, the development of the young Russian émigré´s literary gift and the revelation of his status as a genius. During the course of the novel, the reader learns about Fyodor´s struggles and setbacks on his poetic journey towards success. After a short introduction to the author of The Gift, Vladimir Nabokov, and a summary of the novel´s plot, the author of this paper gives an overview on the differences between the ´genius´ in Romantic literature (through the example of Pushkin´s Mozart and Salieri) and the ´genius´ as it is described in Nabokov´s world and works. In this paper, the author moreover intends to show that both Fyodor´s mysterious rival Koncheyev as well as Fyodor´s equally artistic and art-loving girlfriend Zina, who also acts as her boyfriend´s muse and guiding spirit, play a vital role in the course of Fyodor´s artistic maturation which ? in a sort of plot twist at the end of The Gift ? culminates in him finally becoming a, and revealing his, true genius by writing an extraordinary novel. Given the sheer endless amount of specialized literature on Nabokov´s work, the author decided to in this paper focus on the question of ´genius´ in The Gift and on its main protagonist´s most important external influences. There is, of course, a vast array of motifs and themes that offer interesting starting points for further in-depth analysis which will, however, due to the scope of this paper not be introduced. This paper focuses on English-language sources (especially those of S.H. BLACKWELL and S. DAVYDOV) and makes use of the English transcription (which is also used in the translation by D. Nabokov/Scammell) for names and places.
DescriptionJohn Coltrane: Omnibook (C Instruments) features 43 jazz solo transcriptions as played by the legendary John Coltrane, including Alabama, Blue Train, Central Park West, Equinox, Just for the Love, My Favorite Things, Oleo, Softly As in a Morning Sunrise, Theme for Ernie and many more.26-2 Acknowledgement Airegin Alabama All Blues All Or Nothing At All Bessie´s Blues Blue Train (Blue Trane) Body And Soul By The Numbers Bye Bye Blackbird Cattin´ Central Park West Chasin´ The Trane Countdown Cousin Mary Crescent Eclypso Equinox Giant Steps Goldsboro Express Grand Central Impressions In A Sentimental Mood India Just For The Love Lazy Bird Like Sonny (Simple Like) Locomotion Lonnie´s Lament Lush Life Mary´s Blues Moment´s Notice Mr. P.C. My Favorite Things My One And Only Love Naima (Niema) Nita Oleo Omicron Paul´s Pal Pursuance Russian Lullaby So What Softly As In A Morning Sunrise Some Other Blues Spiral Syeeda´s Song Flute Theme For Ernie Velvet Scene We Six Witches Pit