Hermann Haken

Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years (Repost)

Bernd Kröger, "Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years"
2014 | pages: 317 | ISBN: 3319116886 | PDF | 5,4 mb
Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years (Repost)

Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years By Bernd Kröger
2015 | 332 Pages | ISBN: 3319116886 | PDF | 4 MB
Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years (Repost)

Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years By Bernd Kröger
2015 | 332 Pages | ISBN: 3319116886 | PDF | 4 MB
Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years (Repost)

Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years By Bernd Kröger
2015 | 332 Pages | ISBN: 3319116886 | PDF | 4 MB
Brain Dynamics: Synchronization and Activity Patterns in Pulse-Coupled Neural Nets with Delays and Noise by Hermann Haken

Brain Dynamics: Synchronization and Activity Patterns in Pulse-Coupled Neural Nets with Delays and Noise by Hermann Haken
English | Nov. 2, 2006 | ISBN: 3540462821 | 249 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

This book addresses a large variety of models in mathematical and computational neuroscience. It is written for the experts as well as for graduate students wishing to enter this fascinating field of research. The author studies the behaviour of large neural networks composed of many neurons coupled by spike trains.
Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years

Hermann Haken: From the Laser to Synergetics: A Scientific Biography of the Early Years By Bernd Kröger
2015 | 332 Pages | ISBN: 3319116886 | PDF | 5 MB
Information and Self-Organization: A Macroscopic Approach to Complex Systems (Repost)

Hermann Haken, "Information and Self-Organization: A Macroscopic Approach to Complex Systems"
2006 | pages: 271 | ISBN: 3540330216 | DJVU | 2,1 mb
Orchestre Symphonique du Vienne, Hermann Scherchen - Mahler: Symphonie No. 8 (2010)

Orchestre Symphonique du Vienne, Hermann Scherchen - Mahler: Symphonie No. 8 (2010)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 78:47 | 272 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Forgotten Records | Catalog: fr 356

Scherchen was one of the leading conductors in the middle part of the twentieth century, especially valued for his pioneering performances of the contemporary music of his time. He was essentially self-taught as a musician and became a violist in the Blüthner Orchestra and the Berlin Philharmonic when he was 16. In 1911 he was an assistant to Arnold Schoenberg in the preparation of Pierrot Lunaire for performance.
Rheinische Kantorei; Das Kleine Konzert; Hermann Max - Franz Tunder: Concerti (2004)

Franz Tunder: Concerti (2004)
Rheinische Kantorei; Das Kleine Konzert; Hermann Max, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 299 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 167 Mb | Scans included
Classical, Baroque | Label: CPO | # cpo999943-2 | Time: 01:08:32

Although his name might not rate very highly on the recognition meter even of classical music buffs, Franz Tunder was a consequential entity in the early history of the German Baroque. Tunder served as organist at the Marienkirche in Lübeck from 1641 to his death in 1667, and during that time instituted the Abendmusiken, the first series of public concerts to take place in Germany. Seventeen vocal "concertos" exist from Tunder's pen and they were created for these special events; little more than half of them appear on this generous and well-performed CPO disc, Franz Tunder: Concerti. Conductor Hermann Max leads Das Kleine Konzert and the singing group Rheinische Kantorei in 10 concerti, which uses a variety of singers in frontline combinations. Tunder must have had some good basses in his chorus, as they have most of the hardest music in the Concerti, and five of these ten works are sung by bass or basses alone. Both men used here, Ekkehard Abele and Yoshitaka Ogasawara, do an excellent job. The string parts are crisp and do not dawdle, and Max never allows the music to get too grandiose, wisely keeping it within the boundaries of the chamber idiom to which it belongs. The music is never ornately busy and has a relaxed, soothing effect.
Hermann Max, Rheinische Kantorei - Zelenka: Gesu al Calvario (2001)

Hermann Max, Rheinische Kantorei - Zelenka: Gesù al Calvario (2001)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 505 Mb | Total time: 110:35 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Capriccio | # 10 887 | Recorded: 1999

In an age of artistic conformity, Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745) had a refreshingly individual voice. In his own time he was described as 'a reserved, bigoted Catholic, but also a respectable, quiet, unassuming man, deserving of the greatest respect'. His music earned Bach's respect for its serious contrapuntal procedures; today's listeners, though, are more immediately charmed by Zelenka's quirky turns of phrase and flashes of original genius. There are plenty of these in the Passion oratorio Gesù al Calvario (1735), one of the composer's three late oratorios. This is an essentially contemplative oratorio. All the 'action' is concentrated into a single scene in which the three Marys and St John are waiting on the Mount of Calvary for Jesus after he has been sentenced to death. The crucifixion itself is not depicted, just the emotional reactions to it.