Maria Ozawa

Maria Ozawa - Japanese Idol  Graphics

Posted by wacko at Aug. 23, 2009
Maria Ozawa - Japanese Idol

Maria Ozawa - Japanese Idol
30 photos | 900x1200 | PDF | 22MB
Erotibot / Karei Naru Erogami-ke No Ichizoku: Shinsô Reijô Wa Denki Shitsuji No Yume O Miru Ka (2011)

Erotibot / Karei Naru Erogami-ke No Ichizoku: Shinsô Reijô Wa Denki Shitsuji No Yume O Miru Ka (2011)
DVDRip | AVI | 592x320 | XviD @ 1,218 Kbps 29.970 fps | MP3 @ 128 Kbps | 1h 11mn | 700 Mb
Genre: Sci-fi | Language: Japanese | Subtitles: English | Country: Japan

The story is about Sukekiyo (Yuuya Tokumoto) a robotic manservant. He has feelings toward their mistress, the fabulously wealthy young heiress Tamayo (Mahiro Aine). Maria Ozawa plays a samurai sword warrior badass Tsukiyo (Maria Ozawa). Ozawa wanting all the family fortune of the heiress for herself, Ozawa and her minion Azami (played by Asami) stormed for a fortune. Ozawa has sex with the "Robot" to get into the treasure.
Seiji Ozawa, Boston SO - Ottorino Respighi: Pini di Roma, Feste Romane, Fontane di Roma (1979/2012) PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

Seiji Ozawa, Boston Symphony Orchestra -
- Respighi: Pini di Roma, Feste Romane, Fontane di Roma (1979/2012)

PS3 SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 61:53 minutes | Artwork included (PDF) | 1,72 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Artwork (PDF) | 1,13 GB
Japanese Limited SHM-SACD '2012 | Deutsche Grammophon / Universal Japan # UCGG-9046
Poulenc - Gloria, Stabat Mater (Ozawa, Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Boston Symphony Orchestra; Battle) [1989]

Poulenc - Gloria, Stabat Mater (Ozawa, Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Boston Symphony Orchestra; Battle) [1989]
EAC Rip | FLAC, TRACKS+CUE, LOG | Covers | 1cd, 224 MB
Classical | Label: DG | Catalog Number: 427 3042 7 | TT: 51’56

This is the simply a slpendid recording- well paced, energetic and in excellent sound. I have a suspicion that many people drawn to these works pay undo emphasis on the choir [or they are choir singers] and understandably get frustrating when the choir is not front and center in the musical proceedings. But what Poulenc wrote here does not emphasize the choir [he was a master instrumentalist after all!] so the orchestra should be more prominent at times. Ragardless, this is a great performance!
Boston Symphony Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa - Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, Op. 20 (1979) 2CDs, Reissue 1996

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, Ballet In Four Acts, Op. 20 (1979) 2CDs, Reissue 1996
Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 745 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 414 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | # 453 055-2 | Time: 02:30:04

Swan Lake was the first of Tchaikovsky's three great ballets– works which added a new level of depth and sophistication to what had been a purely superficial art form. Today the music is so well-known and popular that it's impossible to comprehend the difficulties the composer experienced at early performances. Audiences found the music "too symphonic," and the dancers were put off by the prominence given to the orchestra which, they felt, distracted ballet fans from the action on stage. Of course, all of these supposed "defects" are precisely what we admire about the music today, and this elegant but exciting performance reveals the music in all of its glory.
Mstislav Rostropovitch, Seiji Ozawa - Dvořák: Cello Concerto, Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme (1987)

Mstislav Rostropovitch, Seiji Ozawa - Dvorak: Cello Concerto, Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme (1987)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) - 193 MB | MP3 (CBR 320 kbps) - 137 MB | Covers Included | 56:31
Genre: Classical | Label: Erato | Catalog: 45252

The late Mstislav Rostropovich and Seiji Ozawa deliver probably the greatest digital recording of the Dvorak concerto. For those familiar with the analog Karajan/Rostropovich recording, this digital recording finds the soloist creating a similar impression married with a more supportive Ozawa and the Boston Symphony. Karajan's creamy string sound and often overly-dramatic stylization is replaced here by Ozawa's stricter approach; his handling of the orchestra is masterful in this taught, precise reading. The legendary Boston Symphony responds resplendently and, although they may not highlight the rustic Czech idiom of this music, they certainly bring much charm, warmth, and expected musicality to the accompaniment. But enough about the orchestra - on to Rostropovich.

How To Draw Anime & Game Characters by Tadashi Ozawa [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Oct. 25, 2015
How To Draw Anime & Game Characters by Tadashi Ozawa [Repost]

How To Draw Anime & Game Characters by Tadashi Ozawa
English | 17 Jun. 2002 | ISBN: 4766111206 | 152 Pages | PDF | 19 MB

If you are anime/manga collector or fan, you have had a burning desire to learn how to draw the popular characters by yourself. However, you may be worried that you cannot draw as well as people in art clubs or in cartoon clubs because drawing is difficult - don't worry, many people feel the same way.

Li, Ozawa - Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No 2; Ravel (2007)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at June 25, 2015
Li, Ozawa - Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No 2; Ravel (2007)

Li, Ozawa - Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No 2; Ravel (2007)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 214 MB | MP3 320Kbps CBR | 130 MB | 1 CD | Full Scans
Genre: Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Catalog Number: 001017502

Yundi Li goes from strength to strength. Deeply thoughtful and formidably virtuosic, he makes light work of Prokofiev’s nightmarish technical demands. This is a really superb disc. As for Seiji Ozawa, he comes in for some bad press these days but here he is a quite wonderful accompanist, coaxing haunting, unforgettable sounds from the Berlin Phil.
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade; Alexander Borodin - Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor (1973) Seiji Ozawa

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade; Alexander Borodin - Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor (1973)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 280 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 162 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: EMI/Encore | # CDE 7 67784 2 | Time: 00:56:36

According to classical music specialists, a good performance of Scheherazade requires a top notch orchestra, great conducting, and outstanding individual performance, as well as timing since there is a definite storyline to follow. Flaws on any orchestral department, will be "merciless exposed" along the score. The Chicago Symphony, to many, the most european sounding of all american orchestras, meets all these requirements, as does Ozawa, who knows this score well. It was my first recording of the work and I always go back to it, since has a perfectly well chosen tempo, the solo violin is sweet and umpretentious, and the sound although not as dramatic as others, offers a very "symphonic" account, which always satisfies. The coupling of Borodin is more than adequate and great music too.
Seiji Ozawa - The Art of Seiji Ozawa (2013) [16CD Set] {Deutsche Grammophon}

Seiji Ozawa - The Art of Seiji Ozawa (2013) [16CD Set] {Deutsche Grammophon}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 4.26 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 2.34 Gb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 446 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2013 Deutsche Grammophon / Universal | DG 4807020
Classical / Concerto / Symphony

A rewarding release… As to the Mandarin, first impressions suggest a gloved fist on Ozawa's part and a general softening of attack since [his earlier DG recording from] 1975… Ozawa is strong on sensuality - those all-pervading glissandos, the seduction games and the languidly teasing sequences that lead to the chase… As to the Concerto for Orchestra…the Bostonians' Bartókian pedigree - it was, after all, Koussevitzky who commissioned the work — guarantees a certain élan and refinement… Ozawa is best where the going gets frantic (his finale is terrific, especially at the outset, and he plays Bartok's more concise original ending)… Ozawa's virtues are intelligence, alertness and a fine ear for detail… (Gramophone [8/1995] reviewing the Bartók recordings, originally released as Philips 442783)