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India Dreams - Volume 10 - Le Joyau De La Couronne  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Oct. 15, 2017
India Dreams - Volume 10 - Le Joyau De La Couronne

India Dreams - Volume 10 - Le Joyau De La Couronne
French | CBR | 60 pages | 133 MB

Lee Kuan Yew, Singapour et le renouveau de la Chine  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Rare-1 at Oct. 12, 2017
Lee Kuan Yew, Singapour et le renouveau de la Chine

Murat Lama, "Lee Kuan Yew, Singapour et le renouveau de la Chine "
French | ASIN: B01G8UYQVY | ISBN: 2251890203 | 19 mai 2016 | EPUB | 331 pages | 919.92 KB

« Deng Xiaoping a répété que la Chine devait apprendre de Singapour. Nous l’avons fait, nous le faisons aujourd’hui et nous le ferons demain. »

Marc Ducret - Le Sens de la Marche (2009)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Oct. 11, 2017
Marc Ducret - Le Sens de la Marche (2009)

Marc Ducret - Le Sens de la Marche (2009)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 456.64 Mb | 01:12:48 | Cover
Avant-garde Jazz, Contemporary Jazz | Label: Ayler Records

Marc Ducret has gained a cult following for his virtuosic skills mainly in small ensembles and solo settings – recordings during the 1990s and 2000s have featured the guitarist unaccompanied on acoustic or electric guitar; with his trio featuring bassist Bruno Chevillon and drummer Eric Echampard; and with Tim Berne in Big Satan, Science Friction, and Bloodcount. And while 2003’s Qui Parle? took listeners on a ride through diverse styles and instrumentation, Ducret's composing and arranging skills on 2009's generous 73-minute Le Sens de la Marche might still surprise his fans. Here, with perhaps a bit of inspiration from his participation in Berne's 2001 Open, Coma large-ensemble set, Ducret guides an 11-piece band (including Chevillon and Echampard) through five lengthy compositions – the longest being the 26-plus-minute “Nouvelles Nouvelles du Front” – in a variegated extravaganza of complex yet highly charged polyrhythms and tight multi-layered riffing alternating with spacious floating atmospheres.
Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - Le Concert Spirituel: Au temps de Louis XV (2010) {Alia Vox AVSA 9877}

Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - Le Concert Spirituel: Au temps de Louis XV (2010) {Alia Vox AVSA 9877}
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© 2010 Alia Vox | AVSA 9877
Classical / Chamber Music / Baroque

Le Concert Spirituel was essentially a Parisian concert series held at the Tuileries Palace, begun in 1725 as an opportunity for musical performances during Lent and other Holy Days when secular musical activities like opera were forbidden. The concerts continued until 1790, just after the beginning of the French Revolution. The music of French composers filled most of the programs, but German and Italian music was occasionally heard, and this CD includes five pieces by Corelli, Telemann, and Rameau that were known to have been played at the concerts. Jordi Savall and Le Concert des Nations, one of the many stellar ensembles he is responsible for founding, play these works with such surging vibrancy that anyone who thinks of the Baroque as a period of stiff formality would be disabused of that notion on hearing these performances.

Jordi Savall - Llibre Vermell de Montserrat (2016)  Music

Posted by tomashass at Dec. 2, 2016
Jordi Savall - Llibre Vermell de Montserrat (2016)

Jordi Savall - Llibre Vermell de Montserrat (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 01:11:44 | 166 MB
Genre: Classical, Medieval Era, Sacred | Label: Alia Vox

Jordi Savall is among the leading instrumentalists and conductors of the European early music scene, specializing in Renaissance and medieval music. He began studying music when he was six, learning cello and pursuing that instrument at the Barcelona Conservatory. He took an interest in early music, and began learning the viola da gamba. That instrument possesses approximately the same range and similar playing technique as the cello, but instead of being a member of the violin family is part of the related, older family of stringed instruments, the viol family, visually most easily distinguished from their cousins by their sloping shoulder lines.
Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - Tous les matins du Monde (2001) {Alia Vox CD & Bonus CD AV9821}

Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - Tous les matins du Monde (2001) {Alia Vox CD & Bonus CD AV9821}
XLD rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 694 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 326 Mb
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© 2001 Alia Vox | AV9821 / BE-AV9821
Classical / Baroque / Chamber Music / Bass Viola da gamba

The 1991 French film Tous les matins du monde (All the Mornings of the World) attracted an audience of unexpected size for a story about French Baroque viol music, becoming a runaway hit in France and Germany and even gained wide distribution in the classical-chary U.S. The commercial ramifications grew with the release of the film's soundtrack, featuring early music giant Jordi Savall on viol; the soundtrack achieved platinum sales levels in its initial release. The film's story, built on a very few sketchy facts about the reclusive seventeenth century viol player known only as Monsieur de Sainte Colombe, drew viewers with its modern resonances touching on the conflict between art and popular success, and partly with its dramatic lighting reminiscent of the paintings of Louis le Nain. The soundtrack has a few pieces with vocals or with a small ensemble of other players.
Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - Les Éléments: Tempêtes, Orages & Fêtes Marines 1674 - 1764 (2016) {2CD Alia Vox}

Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - Les Éléments: Tempêtes, Orages & Fêtes Marines 1674 - 1764 (2016) {2CD Alia Vox AVSA9914}
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Classical / Baroque / Orchestral

This double album is an invitation to explore the forces of nature, so vividly depicted by the composers at the turn of the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries. With this stunning (and first) recording of Jean-Fery Rebel’s Les Elements, Jordi Savall displays his unmatched vision of the baroque orchestral repertoire, proving that authenticity and timbral beauty aren’t mutually exclusive. New recordings of works by Locke, Vivaldi, Marais, Telemann and Rameau - a splendidly varied and expressively wide-ranging selection - is a welcome addition to the existing landmark recordings made by Savall in this repertoire.
Jordi Savall / Le Concert des Nations - Magnificat & Jubilate 2013 [HDTV 720p]

Jordi Savall / Le Concert des Nations - Magnificat & Jubilate 2013 [HDTV 720p]
AVC, 1280x720p (16:9), 7.6 mbps, 50 fps | AC3 448 kbps, 6 ch | 00:59:59 | 3.6 GB
Classical, Baroque, Sacred | arte HD | HDTV->TS

La Capella Reial de Catalunya & Le Concert des Nations, conducted by maestro Jordi Savall, perfrom sacred works by Vivaldi, Bach and Handel.
Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - Henry Purcell - The Fairy Queen & The Prophetess - Orchestral Suites (2009) {Alia Vox}

Jordi Savall & Le Concert des Nations - Henry Purcell - The Fairy Queen & The Prophetess - Orchestral Suites (2009) {Alia Vox}
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© 2009 Alia Vox | AVSA 9866 | DSD mastering
Classical / Baroque / Suites

This is an SACD reissue on Alia Vox of a CD originally released in 1996 as Astrée 8717. Fans of Savall know that his conducting reflects similar values to his viola da gamba solos: a nuanced view of phrasing, exceptional attention to the beauty and clarity of textures, and a knowledge of appropriate embellishments. These qualities can be found in some of the outstanding slow movements on this disc, most notably “Love’s a Sweet Passion” from act III of The Fairy Queen . Savall’s version takes 3:06 to play; by comparison, Goodman/Parley of Instruments (Hyperion 67001) gives it to us at 1:34; and Gardiner/English Baroque Soloists (Archiv Produktion 992902) is not much longer. It isn’t that Savall’s Le Concert des Nations plays twice as much content, but that they inflect far more, slowing for embellishments to the theme, pausing at the climax of a phrase, or at its conclusion. It’s anyone’s guess which approach is more authentic, but I find Savall’s phrasing, along with a slightly lower pitch and predominance of darker string instruments, mines the natural melancholy of Purcell’s piece to greater advantage without danger of anachronism.
Biber - Battalia a 10, Requiem a 15 (Jordi Savall, Le Concert des Nations) [2002]

Biber - Battalia a 10, Requiem a 15 (Jordi Savall, Le Concert des Nations) [2002]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 1cd, 280.98 MB
Classical | Label: AliaVox | Catalog Number: AV 9825

The Battalia à 10 is played with great style and charm here. I like the use of two theorbos and a harpsichord and organ on the continuo lines. I have several recordings of this work. Savall's approach is a little more polite than Goebel's and a little more atmospheric than Philip Pickett's quite raw sound. I like all of them. Savall's is, perhaps, the most beautiful recording, even though it doesn't take advantage of the musical effects Biber suggests with as much relish as Goebel or Pickett…