Start from scratch, and even if you don?t know a thing about Visual Basic, you soon will with this thorough introduction to Visual Basic programming. Using easy-to-follow lessons and step-by-step instruction, this practical book teaches you concepts and hands-on techniques, then reinforces your learning with video screencasts and supplemental materials. Follow the exercises, then access the Try It section on the DVD, and watch as well-known VB authority and author Rod Stephens works through programming problems.
1975 was a hell of a year for Creed Taylor's Kudu Records. Not only was the mighty, mighty Feels So Good album by Grover Washington, Jr. released, but so was saxophonist Hank Crawford's Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing. It was one of two recordings issued by Crawford for the label in that calendar year. But perhaps the most deeply satisfying and out of character album from that year was the absolute soul-jazz masterpiece Upchurch/Tennyson by Chicago guitar god Phil Upchurch and pianist/vocalist Tennyson Stephens. Where else can you find tracks by Bob James, Charles Stepney, Stevie Wonder, Ralph MacDonald, and Franz Schubert on the same album played by a cast of musicians that includes Steve Gadd, David Sanborn, Hubert Laws, James, Upchruch, Stephens, and a slew of others.
Kerensa Stephens is a vocalist, lyricist and composer from the south of New Zealand. With a lifetime of artistic exploration from dance to music and multimedia production, she brings to her music an emotional poetics and to her lyrics, a worldly awareness. Aviatrix, evokes the invitation to lift off and let go, to be drawn into a journey through time and place and magic using inventive as well as classical vocal techniques. This collection draws upon elemental notions of water, sun, breath, starlight, flight, dreams. The fluidity of music, the surprising multivariance, the trust, the inspiration, the imaginative force; the all encompassing strength and belief in the power of music to transform is what drives Aviatrix.
Tout les sépare. Leur religion, la loi afghane, leur tribu, leurs familles. Pourtant, pour Zakia, la sunnite, et Ali, le chiite, il est impossible de vivre l’un sans l’autre. Ils ont grandi ensemble dans la province de Bâmiyân mais lorsque l’amitié s’est muée en amour, les murs se sont dressés. Ceux de l’honneur et des traditions dictant le refus des pères à leur mariage. Alors les deux amants vont s’enfuir. …