World Class is a new, two-level series from National Geographic Learning for high-intermediate and advanced English language learners. This integrated-skills program uses National Geographic content, images, and video to help learners expand their overall fluency while developing the tools and strategies necessary for effective, real-world communication.
This DVD examines Nancy Wilson's style and technique on acoustic guitar, via her performance of favorite tunes. She discusses & demonstrates fingerpicking, flatpicking, open-string chords and more. The accompanying booklet includes music notation, tab and chord charts. Nancy Wilson from Seattle rockers Heart offers a fascinating look at her guitar playing technique with this program.
Gödel, Escher, Bach: un'eterna ghirlanda brillante, talvolta abbreviato in GEB, è un celebre saggio di Douglas Hofstadter, pubblicato la prima volta nel 1979 per Basic Books e vincitore di un Premio Pulitzer. Una nuova prefazione scritta da Hofstadter ha caratterizzato una ristampa altrimenti invariata nel ventesimo anniversario pubblicata nel 1999. Il libro ha come sottotitolo Una fuga metaforica su menti e macchine nello spirito di Lewis Carroll. …
The irrepressible Dave Douglas delivers another installment in the life of the Tiny Bell Trio, which features his own inimitable trumpet style, but the rhythmic invention of Jim Black on drums, and Brad Shepik's emotionally vulnerable yet volatile guitar playing. Where previous Tiny Bell outings have focused on the possibilities for texture, dynamic, and atmospheric possibilities within a given compositional structure, Songs for Wandering Souls places its eye firmly on group execution this set of compositions – all but two of which are by Douglas, the others arranged by him especially for this of his many groups. The disc opens with "Sam Hill," a beautiful "song," where the lead "call" voice is carried by Douglas, but its "response" is in the lyrical flow of Shepik's string interplay.