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Simon Rattle - The CBSO Years: Box Set 52CDs (2015)
Author: Discograf_man

Simon Rattle - The CBSO Years: Box Set 52CDs (2015)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 7,97 Gb
Label: Warner Classics/Parlophone | Release Year: 2015

Between 1980 and 1998 Simon Rattle conducted no less than 934 concerts with the CBSO. Together they performed works by many 20th-century composers, as well as established favourites, and gave a total of 16 world premieres. Rattle also made 69 recordings for EMI with the orchestra. This box brings together that recorded legacy, which includes pieces by composers pivotal to his work, such as Mahler, Sibelius and Szymanowski, as well as some of the new compositions he championed — Nicholas Maw’s Odyssy, Mark Anthony Turnage’s Momentum, Three Screaming Popes and Drowned Out, and Thomas Adès’ Asyla.
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Directory of World Cinema: American Independent (IB - Directory of World Cinema)
Author: rajji82

Directory of World Cinema: American Independent (IB - Directory of World Cinema) By John Berra
Intellect Ltd | 2010-08-15 | ISBN-10: 1841503681 | 350 pages | PDF | 4.9 MB

With high-profile Academy Award nominations and an increasing number of big-name actors eager to sign on to promising projects, independent films have been at the forefront in recent years like never before. But the roots of such critical and commercial successes as The Hurt Locker and Precious can be traced to the first boom of independent cinema in the 1960s, when a raft of talented filmmakers emerged to capture the attention of a rapidly growing audience of young viewers. Details
Little Feat - Rad Gumbo: The Complete Warner Bros. Years 1971-1990 (2014) [13CD Box Set]
Author: firepower

Little Feat - Rad Gumbo: The Complete Warner Bros. Years 1971-1990 (2014) [13CD Box Set]
EAC, 13x FLAC image, CUE+LOG - 4.14 GB | MP3 CBR 320 - 1.5 GB
Complete Art, JPEG - 393 MB or PNG - 845 MB
Rock | Warner Brothers/Rhino | 5% recovery record | Source: internet

Little Feat were on Warner Bros Records from 1971's Little Feat through 1990's Representing the Mambo, but for a full decade of those 20 years, the band was inactive. ...these albums have the songs and sensibility that built their legacy, which does include their remarkably successful return in 1988. All the albums are presented as mini-LPs and the set is affordable, making this a very appealing bargain for all kinds of Feat fanatics.
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Lorin Maazel - The Cleveland Years Complete Recordings: Box Set 19CDs (2014)
Author: Discograf_man

Lorin Maazel - The Cleveland Years Complete Recordings: Box Set 19CDs (2014)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 2,97 Gb | Covers 33 Mb
Label: Decca (UMO) | Release Year: 2014

"Between 1972 and 1982 Maazel was Music Director of The Cleveland Orchestra and between 1973-79 made a series of recordings for Decca – all of which are collected here.
The repertory includes many orchestral spectaculars and Decca’s first recording in Cleveland, Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet, is one of the very best and a recording which has achieved reference status. “…. The precision of The Cleveland Orchestra is little short of miraculous… the recording is one of Decca’s most spectacular, searingly detailed but atmospheric too.”
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For Dummies Full Colection
Author: FenixN

For Dummies Full Colection
938 PDF books | 9.13 GB

With more than 250 million books in print and more than 1,800 titles, For Dummies is the most widely recognized and highly regarded reference series in the world. Since 1991, For Dummies has helped millions make everything easier. Now, Dummies.com is bringing the how-to brand you know and trust online, where you'll find our proven experts presenting even the most complex subjects in plain English. Whether that means directions on how to hook up a home network, carve a turkey, knit your first scarf, or load your new iPod, you can trust Dummies.com to tell it like it is, without all the technical jargon.
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Introduction To Nearshore Hydrodynamics
Author: step778

Ib A. Svendsen, "Introduction To Nearshore Hydrodynamics"
2006 | pages: 745 | ISBN: 9812562044 | PDF | 10,6 mb
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Hans Erdmann - Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror - Complete Restored Version (1995)
Author: luckburz

Hans Erdmann - Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror - Complete Restored Version
Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra - Gillian B. Anderson
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 319 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: RCA Red Seal # 09026-68143-2 | Country/Year: Germany 1995
Genre: (Neo) Classical, Stage & Screen | Style: Modern, Soundtrack

Murnau’s Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horrors premiered on March 4, 1922 in the Marble Hall of the Zoological Gardens in Berlin, Germany. It was the first film to be based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The audience was small, but the premiere was a lavish affair which began with a discussion and ended with a fancy-dress ball. The reviews of the film were very favorable. In its advance announcements the Prana-Film Company said it was going to create a “Symphony of Horror,” and it completely succeeded. The film preys like a demon on the senses and envelops the moviegoer in its eerie vision...
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The Decca Sound (2011)
Author: peotuvave

The Decca Sound (2011)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 50 CDs | Full Covers | 15.8 GB
Genre: Classical | Label: Decca | Catalog Number: 001619902

"The Decca Sound" is a deluxe limited edition of 50 CDs of legendary classical recordings in some of the best sound quality every committed to disc. The inspired collaborations of great artists, gifted producers and dedicated engineers have resulted in a treasure trove of award-winning and critically acclaimed recordings. This special edition brings together a truly representative selection of these legendary performances for the first time.
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Jakob Bro - Gefion (2015) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz]
Author: HDV

Jakob Bro - Gefion (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 39:46 minutes | 790 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Gefion, named for the Norse goddess associated with ploughing, prophecy and premonition, is the ECM leader debut of Danish guitarist Jakob Bro. Bro first recorded for ECM with Paul Motian on Garden of Eden in 2004, followed by Tomasz Stanko’s Dark Eyes album of 2009. The guitarist’s feeling for melody, sound-colour and atmosphere served him well in those contexts, as it does here in the realization of his own free floating ballads and drifting, spacious-yet-focused pieces. “Lucidity is in the air when guitarist Jakob Bro plays,” the late Danish journalist Ib Skovgaard wrote. “His music transcends genres. It’s beyond categories, a personal music following a track which is consistent with Bro’s constant search for melodic clarity in the songs”. Details
Segundo de Chomón - 71 films (1902/11)
Author: patropitufo

Segundo de Chomón - 71 films (1902/11)
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Spanish film pioneer Segundo de Chomón spent most of his influential career associated with Pathé Laboratories. Chomón joined the company in 1901 and set up a laboratory for adding color to film in Barcelona. He started directing newsreels the following year. Chomón's innovations include the development of several camera tricks, including single-frame techniques, optical dissolves, and complicated traveling shots. In 1902, Chomón successfully combined live-action with miniatures in the short Choque de Trenes/Collision of Trains. In 1905, he was the first Spanish filmmaker to use stop-motion techniques in Eclipse de Sol/Eclipse of the Sun. Toward the end of 1905, Chomón relocated to Paris to direct over 100 short films for Pathé; he also shared his techniques with other directors. He first used the traveling shot (the first time it was ever used) in a scene for La Vie et la Passion de Notre Seigneur Jesus Christ/The Life and Passion of Jesus Christ (1907), which was directed by Ferdinand Zecca and Lucien Nonguet. Chomón accomplished the shot by devising a special skating device, and perfected the special shot while filming Cabiria for Italian director Giovanni Pastrone in 1914. In 1909, Chomón was among the first to use silhouettes in one of the first animated films, the surreal Une Excursion Incoherente/Traveler's Nightmare. Chomón returned to Barcelona in 1910 and worked closely with Juan Fuster to create a series of short fiction films. In 1911, he produced a series of travel documentaries for Pathé and later in the year founded Ibérico, his own production company (he released his films through Pathé). Chomón moved to Italy in 1912 and worked as a cinematographer and special effects technician with the Italia Film company, for whom Chomón also directed several animated shorts. Chomón co-invented a two-tone color process in the 1920s with Swiss engineer Ernest Zollinger. The pair later exhibited two color films at various science expos. Chomón died of illness in Paris in 1929 shortly after returning from Morocco where he was shooting color footage. Details
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