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iMazing 2.5.4 (8448)  Software

Posted by tnt-reloaded at March 6, 2018
iMazing 2.5.4 (8448)

iMazing 2.5.4 (8448) Multilingual | macOS | 89 mb

iMazing is a comprehensive macOS software solution that provides a clean and organized interface for browsing the contents of any device running iOS. Moreover, the iMazing app is able to detect any iOS device as soon you connect it to your Mac and will automatically load its contents for easy and simple browsing.

DigiDNA iMazing 2.4.7 Multilingual  Software

Posted by melt_ at March 6, 2018
DigiDNA iMazing 2.4.7 Multilingual

DigiDNA iMazing 2.4.7 Multilingual | 90.9 Mb

iMazing (was DiskAid) is the ultimate iOS device manager with capabilities far beyond what iTunes offers. With iMazing and your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, or iPod), you can: Copy music to and from any iOS device, Backup & restore individual iOS apps and your custom saved data, perfect for freeing up space on your iOS device without losing your files (or progress in a game) or for copying the app as-is to another iOS and much more!
Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra - Monkey: Part Two (1997) {Koch Jazz - KOC 3-7840-2H1}

Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra - Monkey: Part Two (1997) {Koch Jazz - KOC 3-7840-2H1}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 379 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 152 Mb
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© 1997 Koch Jazz / TAP | KOC 3-7840-2H1
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative / Baritone Saxophone / Flute

I’m honored to discuss this CD. I found Fred Ho’s Monkey: Part One a glorious surprise, and this second section of his musical setting for the trickster tale is no disappointment. The ensemble’s personnel has few changes, notably Francis Wong as tenorist; but its spirit remains dramatic, flexible and visionary as Ho achieves tremendous range from trombone, three saxophones (including his own baritone), bass and drums, and several performers on Chinese traditional instruments.
Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra - Monkey: Part One (1996) {Koch Jazz - KOC 3-7815-2H1}

Fred Ho and the Monkey Orchestra - Monkey: Part One (1996) {Koch Jazz - KOC 3-7815-2H1}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 333 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 130 Mb
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© 1996 Koch Jazz / TAP | KOC 3-7815-2H1
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative / Baritone Saxophone / Flute

Monkey is a two-part recording of baritone saxophonist Fred Ho's multimedia musical Journey Beyond the West, centered around the Chinese trickster figure of Monkey (à la Coyote in much native American lore) that combines Chinese folk music and instrumentation with jazz. Acts I and III (composed in 1990/1989, respectively) are featured here, with Acts II and IV (both written in 1994) on the companion Monkey, Pt. 2 disc.
Fred Ho & The Saxophone Liberation Front - Snake-Eaters (2011) {Mutable-Big Red Media 002}

Fred Ho & The Saxophone Liberation Front - Snake-Eaters (2011) {Mutable-Big Red Media 002}
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© 2011 Mutable Music / Big Red Media | 002
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative / Saxophone

Snake-Eaters debuts Fred Ho's Saxophone Liberation Front, featuring composer Ho on baritone saxophone and Hafez Modirzadeh (soprano), Bobby Zankel (alto) and Salim Washington (tenor). Darker than Blue, inspired by Curtis Mayfield's song, We the People Who are Darker than Blue, employs shifting meters (including a blues section in 11/8 and 11.5 /8), 12-tone serialism, compound meter ostinati, and Lydian chromatic approaches to orchestration. Ho's Yellow Power, Yellow Soul Suite coincides with the soon-to-be publication of the Drs. Roger Buckley and Tamara Roberts' festschrift by the same title, and includes the previously recorded "Fishing Song of the East China Sea" (originally a flute trio with bass violin on the out-of-print recording by Fred Ho and the Asian American Art Ensemble, Bamboo that Snaps Back; and the now-defunct Brooklyn Sax Quartet recording The Far Side of Here), as well as Afro-Asian adaptations of other Asian folk songs.
Fred Ho & The Green Monster Big Band - Year of the Tiger (2011) {Innova 789}

Fred Ho & The Green Monster Big Band - Year of the Tiger (2011) {Innova 789}
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© 2011 Innova / Big Red Media | 789
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Big Band / Creative Orchestra

To approximate the first half of Fred Ho's album Year of the Tiger, it's necessary to imagine the sound that might be created if the members of Duke Ellington & His Orchestra were mixed with the players from Parliament/Funkadelic and set loose on the Michael Jackson and Jimi Hendrix catalogs. That's right, songs like "Thriller" and "Purple Haze" get severely retrofitted into an aggressive, irreverent jazz-funk style, with harsh, massed horn parts. Sometimes, the sound resembles a couple of high-school marching bands fighting it out on the same football field.
Fred Ho & Quincy Saul - The Music of Cal Massey (2011) {Mutable Music-Big Red Media 004}

Fred Ho & Quincy Saul - The Music of Cal Massey (2011) {Mutable Music-Big Red Media 004}
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© 2011 Mutable Music / Big Red Media | 004
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative / Modern Small Band

Calvin Massey (1928-1972) is virtually unknown with the exception of both highly knowledgeable jazz scholars and a small coterie of illustrious musicians who remain alive and were immensely indebted to Massey s musical influence and mentorship. Massey was a father figure and close friend to many of the greatest jazz musicians of the post-World War era until his early death in 1972. Massey was a trumpeter, but was most noted as a composer of magisterial works, of which his epic opus was The Black Liberation Movement Suite, an extended work of nine movements. Until now, the work had never been recorded in its entirety. Cal Massey ranked among the greatest jazz composers of the 20th century, included with Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk and Sun Ra.

Tutti i baci che ti ho dato  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Barvaz at Jan. 16, 2018
Tutti i baci che ti ho dato

Tutti i baci che ti ho dato by Maurizio Pansini
Italian | 2009 | ISBN: n/a | 183 pages | PDF | 0.4 MB
Fred Ho & The Afro-Asian Music Ensemble - The Underground Railroad To My Heart (1994) {Soul Note 121267-2}

Fred Ho & The Afro-Asian Music Ensemble - The Underground Railroad To My Heart (1994) {Soul Note 121267-2}
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© 1994 Soul Note | 121267-2
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative / Modern Small Band / Baritone Saxophone

One of the major voices in the highly political Asian improvisation movement of the 1980s and '90s, baritonist Fred Ho on this memorable CD performs everything from modernized swing and Charles Mingus-influenced ensembles to short solo baritone pieces and selections that mix together Western and Eastern instruments. He utilizes two ensembles: the 11-piece Journey Beyond the West Orchestra (which includes such instruments as the sona, erbu, and san shuen along with more conventional jazz horns and rhythm, plus occasionally the somewhat jarring Chinese soprano vocals of Cindy Zuoxin Wang) and the five-piece Afro-Asian Music Ensemble.
Fred Ho & The Afro Asian Music Ensemble - Big Red! (2011) {Innova 794}

Fred Ho & The Afro Asian Music Ensemble - Big Red! (2011) {Innova 794}
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© 2011 Innova / Big Red Media | 794
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Experimental / Modern Creative / Modern Small Band / Baritone Saxophone

It’s not every day that you run into a musician who joins a protean range of talents—as a composer, saxophonist, writer and bandleader–-with a commitment to Marxist ideology….For twenty years now Fred Ho and his Afro Asian Music Ensemble have been defending the turf where the personal and the political slam into the maelstrom of new jazz…a fiercely imaginative baritone saxophonist and composer.