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Various Artists - Reich Remixed (1999)  

Posted by peachfuzz at Dec. 8, 2007
Various Artists - Reich Remixed (1999)

Various Artists: Reich Remixed (1999)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 359 MB
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Steve Reich is probably the most remix-ready of contemporary classical composers, which makes this project a good idea whose time should have come long ago. His minimalist twelve-tone symphonettes are constructed around trippy circular riffs that just beg to be sliced up into loops and juxtaposed against steely drum-machine rhythms. Happily, the nine mixmaster generals on Reich Remixed have radically different notions of how to go about doing this. The British duo Coldcut pile mushrooming synths and modern-primitive beats onto Reich's classic "Music for 18 Musicians," rattling his serene dreamscape with ambient-techno mayhem. Nobukazu Takemura taps into the becalming spirituality of "Proverb" by adding a gently pulsing electronic undertow and a soaring choirboy vocal. And, true to form, DJ Spooky delves into pure metal-machine music abstraction with his take on "City Life." Reich purists may take issue with Remixed, but if it leads a few inquiring minds to check out the original recordings, it's a mission accomplished. (RS 811)
Steve Reich - Tehillim/Three Movements for Orchestra (1994)

Steve Reich: Tehillim/Three Movements for Orchestra (1994)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 214 MB

Tehillim begins with a joyful noise that just about bypasses the brain altogether and heads directly for the feet. It has the fascination of watching intricate clockwork. In Three Movements for Orchestra Reich exploits instrumental ambiguities. One part "inserts" its notes in between the notes of another part. The pulse "moves" from left to right and back throughout the movement as various instruments take it up, and there's a kind of overlap of instrumental colors as if you're forced to listen with two sets of ears - one set catches the constant pulse as it shifts position; the other catches, through the different instrumental colors, the individual rhythms that make up the pulse.
―Steve Schwartz

Zombie Massacre 2: Reich Of The Dead (2015)  Video

Posted by edi1967 at Jan. 27, 2017
Zombie Massacre 2: Reich Of The Dead (2015)

Zombie Massacre 2: Reich Of The Dead (2015)
A Film by Luca Boni, Marco Ristori
BDRip | AVI | 720 x 304 | Xvid @ 1831 Kbps | 01:24:25 | 5% Recovery | 1.4 GB
Audio: Italian AC3 @ 448 Kbps CBR | Subtitles: None
Genre: Horror, War

Durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale, un gruppo di soldati britannici combattono contro un’orda di zombi creati dai nazisti con i prigionieri dei campi. Hanno una sola notte per salvare la propria vita, ma il nemico è più forte…
Kronos Quartet, Pat Metheny - Steve Reich: Different Trains, Electric Counterpoint (1989)

Kronos Quartet, Pat Metheny - Steve Reich: Different Trains, Electric Counterpoint (1989)
EAC | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 00:41:45 | 222 MB
Genre: Modern Classical | Label: Elektra Nonesuch | Catalog: 7559791762

This late-'80s work finds the minimalist composer mixing acoustic and taped material to great effect. The disc's centerpiece is "Different Trains," a work that frames Reich's impressions of his boyhood train trips between his mother in Los Angeles and his father in New York; Reich also intersperses references to the much more harrowing train rides Jews were forced to take to Nazi concentration camps. Using the fine playing of the Kronos Quartet as a base, Reich layers the work with the taped train musings of his governess, a retired Pullman porter, and various Holocaust survivors – vintage train sounds from the '30s and '40s add to the riveting arrangement. And for some nice contrast, Reich recruits guitarist Pat Metheny to create a similarly momentous piece in "Electric Counterpoint" (Metheny plays live over a multi-tracked tape of ten guitars and two electric basses). Two fine works by Reich in his prime.

Steve Reich - Rain (2015)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Jan. 23, 2017
Steve Reich - Rain (2015)

Steve Reich - Rain (2015)
Blu-ray: MPEG-4 AVC 27978 kbps, 1920*1080i, 29,970 fps, 16:9, High Profile 4.1
DTS-HD MA 5.1, 48 kHz, 4647 kbps, 24-bit / LPCM 2.0, 48 kHz ,2304 kbps, 24-bit
Ballet | Bel Air Classiques | 01:14:04 | ~ 20.48 Gb

~ Steve Reich - Rain - Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, Ballet de l’Opera national de Paris, Ensemble Ictus, Georges-Elie Octors ~

François Delpla, "Une histoire du Troisième Reich"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Jan. 23, 2017
François Delpla, "Une histoire du Troisième Reich"

François Delpla, "Une histoire du Troisième Reich"
Perrin | 2014 | ISBN: 226203642X | French | EPUB | 450 pages | 0.95 MB

Si la personne et la personnalité d'Hitler et de ses principaux lieutenants (Himmler, Goering, Heydrich, Goebbels) sont connus, il n'en est pas de même du régime qu'il a fondé et dirigé d'une main de fer. A l'exception de l'ouvrage de Richard Evans (mais il est en trois volumes); pas de synthèse récente notamment de la part des historiens français. …

Al servizio del Reich. Come la fisica vendette l'anima a Hitler - Philip Ball  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Maroutan at Jan. 22, 2017
Al servizio del Reich. Come la fisica vendette l'anima a Hitler - Philip Ball

Al servizio del Reich. Come la fisica vendette l'anima a Hitler - Philip Ball
Italian | 2015 | 301 Pages | ISBN: 8806223046 | EPUB | 1.4 MB

Durante il nazismo alcuni fisici cercarono di dar vita a una fisica ariana che escludesse ogni "idea giudaica", molti altri fecero compromessi e concessioni pur di continuare a lavorare. Tra questi vi erano tre fisici di levatura mondiale, attraverso i quali Philip Ball racconta la storia della fisica tedesca sotto Hitler. Max Planck, il pionere della teoria dei Quanti, universalmente stimato per la condotta morale che seppe mantenere durante il regime; Peter Debye, un fisico nederlandese che arrivò a dirigere il più importante istituto di ricerca del Reich prima di andarsene negli Stati Uniti nel 1940; Werner Heisenberg, lo scopritore del principio di indeterminazione, che ebbe un ruolo di primo piano nella corsa tedesca alla bomba atomica…

Freedom Force Vs. The 3rd Reich (2005)  Games

Posted by Lebedev30 at Jan. 10, 2017
Freedom Force Vs. The 3rd Reich (2005)

Freedom Force Vs. The 3rd Reich (2005)
PC Game | Developer: Irrational Games / 2K Games | 838.7 MB
Languages: English
Rating: PEGI Rating: 12+ (with Violence)
Version GOG:
Genre: Action - Role-playing - Sci-fi

Steve Reich - The ECM Recordings (2016)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Jan. 6, 2017
Steve Reich - The ECM Recordings (2016)

Steve Reich - The ECM Recordings
Classical | FLAC (tracks)+cue, log, artwork | 134:54 min | 864 MB
Label: ECM New Series | Tracks: 06 | Rls.date: 2016

Steve Reich has been described by The Guardian as one of “a handful of living composers who can legitimately claim to have altered the direction of musical history" and as “the greatest musical thinker of our time” by The New Yorker. Reich celebrates his 80th birthday on 3 October 2016, and 'The ECM Recordings' brings together the landmark albums 'Music for 18 Musicians', 'Octet/Music for a Large Ensemble/Violin Phase' and 'Tehillim' in a limited edition set to mark the occasion.
VA - Steve Reich - Six Pianos; Terry Riley - Keyboard Study #1 (2016)

Steve Reich - Six Pianos; Terry Riley - Keyboard Study #1 (2016)
Gregor Schwellenbach; Erol Sarp; Daniel Brandt; Paul Frick
John Kameel Farah; Hauschka; Lukas Vogel

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 200 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 109 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Contemporary Classical, Minimalism | Label: Film Recordings | # CD002 | Time: 00:42:04

"After the widely noticed performance at the „Acht Brücken Festival 2016” at Cologne's Philharmonic Hall, Gregor Schwellenbach, Hauschka, Erol Sarp (of „Grandbrothers“), Daniel Brandt, Paul Frick (both of "Brandt Brauer Frick") and John Kameel Farah will be releasing their interpretation of Steve Reich’s "Six Pianos" as a studio recording via FILM. The re-recording of this piece is an interpretation of Reich’s composition but still far more than just that – it is a modern approach to his idea behind it. "Keyboard Study #1" by Terry Riley is a worthy b-side opposed to Reich’s composition. The piece is kind of a building set of ever lengthening, repetitive patterns played against each other with the right and left hand displaced. The composition proposes various possible combinations for the performer to choose from and repeat at will. And what the performers have chosen proves Gregor Schwellenbach’s assumption: "Especially Terry Riley’s and Steve Reich’s music are open doors for pianists socialized by pop music and their audience".