Gurdjeff

Stalin's British Training, 4th Edition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Jan. 30, 2017
Stalin's British Training, 4th Edition

Greg Hallett, "Stalin's British Training, 4th Edition"
2011 | ISBN-10: 0473120739 | 232 pages | PDF | 22 MB

VA - 10 Cors oComo (Sacred And Profane) (2007)  Music

Posted by Manavgat at July 26, 2010
VA - 10 Cors oComo (Sacred And Profane) (2007)

VA - 10 Cors oComo (Sacred And Profane) (2007)
2007 | MP3 AVR 192 kbps | 32 Tracks | ~175Mb | Booklet
Genre: Ethnic & Lounge | Label: Irma Product

Latest title from Milan’s hotbed of fashion style, the opulent 10 Corso Como. This time, the theme is ‘Il sacro e il profano’, ‘Sacred and profane’.‘Profane’ takes the form of rhythm and dance, sometimes seen by the ecclesiastical fraternity as a threat to morality and goodliness (check out the Papal response to the rise of tango in Argentina). Featuring Harry Belafonte (with "Angelina"), Caetano Veloso (with the delightful "Rumba Azul") and Duke Ellington (with "The Mooche"). And finally Blues, the devil’s music ‘par excellence’, merits mention, so here you will find "Hoochie Coochie Man" by Muddy Waters, a sort of manifesto of the “most profane Profane” one can imagine.

Gurdjieff / De Hartman - Hidden Sources (1998)  Music

Posted by ooliver at Oct. 13, 2008
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Gurdjieff / De Hartman - Hidden Sources (1998)
Contemporary | EAC (ape + cue) | CD 53:05 | booklet + artworks | 146MB | RS
Alessandra Celletti, piano

Four hand music (not 4 hand piano): music written by two composers that both came from different musical backgrounds and culture
G.I. Gurdjieff - Twenty years later, in 1912, Gurdjieff returned to Europe, where he presented a new teaching: a non-religious path toward the inner evolution of man. Various generations of disciples gathered around his doctrine and his beliefs found strong echo in the work of Rene Daumal, P.D. Ouspensky, Alexander de Salzmann, Frank Lloyd Wright, Pierre Shaeffer, Peter Brook and T. De Hartmann himself.
T. De Hartmann - In 1912 he wrote the short essay "Anarchy in Music" which later appeared in the volume Der Blaue Reiter, by Kandisnky himself and Franz Marc. It proved to be one of the major manifestos of XXth century art. Keen on understanding the various bonds that connect different forms of artistic expression, De Hartmann was gifted in his research by an extremely free and unconventional spirit. Back in St. Petersburg, in 1916 he met Gurdjieff, who was to have a great influence in his life.
from the attached CD booklet