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release date: Mar 24, 2012
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Stylistic Duets for Violin & Cello
CD INCLUDED These eight character-filled violin and cello (or viola) duets for intermediate to advanced players explore multiple musical genres in a fun and entertaining format. Each book comes with score, pull-out parts for each player, and a play-along CD. Play along with the CD or with another player. The CD includes performances by the composer at two speeds -- slowly, for practice (with a metronome click); and at performance tempo (with a metronome click introduction only). Find new video performances of all 8 pieces performed by Jeremy Cohen and Andres Vera on YouTube! You'll have hours of fun with these refreshing stylistic duets, practicing and playing along!
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release date: Jul 11, 2021
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National Lampoon (April 1992) Boredom Usa; Wild Science; Top True Facts of 1991; Strange but True Crime Stories; Freaky Sex Happenings; Sick Food News; Wild Road Signs; Insane Maniacs; Bizarre Driving Mishaps (Vol. 2, No. 134)
THE ADULT HUMOR MAGAZINE.
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release date: Aug 10, 2010
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Stylistic Duets for Two Violins
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These six amusing, character-filled violin duets for intermediate to advanced players explore multiple musical genres in a fun and entertaining format.

Each book comes with score, pull-out parts for each player, and a play-along CD!

Play along with the composer on YouTube (violinjazz123)! Or play along with the CD or another player. The CD includes performances by the composer at two speeds -- slowly, for practice (with a metronome click); and at performance tempo (with a metronome click introduction only).

You'll have hours of fun with these refreshing stylistic violin duets, practicing and playing along!

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release date: Aug 10, 2010
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Stylistic Duets for Two Violas
CD INCLUDED
These six amusing, character-filled viola duets for intermediate to advanced players explore multiple musical genres in a fun and entertaining format.

Each book comes with score, pull-out parts for each player, and a play-along CD!

Play along with the composer on YouTube (violinjazz123)! Or play along with the CD or another player. The CD includes performances by the composer at two speeds -- slowly, for practice (with a metronome click); and at performance tempo (with a metronome click introduction only).

You'll have hours of fun with these refreshing stylistic duets, practicing and playing along!

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release date: Feb 20, 2010
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Stylistic Etudes for Solo Violin
These charming and enticing etudes for solo violin are for intermediate to advanced players of all ages. Each etude explores a different musical genre:

Samba
Tango
Blues
Brazilian Choro
Classical

Videos of the composer, Jeremy Cohen, performing these etudes can be seen on YouTube (violinjazz123).
1. The Retake Samba
2. Tango Eight
3. Chorito (in a Brazilian Style)
4. Blues Etude
5. Half-Step Hiatus
6. String Crossings--Can You Handel It?

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release date: Jun 01, 1997
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release date: Nov 01, 2000
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The Project Manager's MBA: How to Translate Project Decisions into Business Success
Project managers are no longer judged by the technical success oftheir projects alone. They're also held accountable for theircontributions to the company's financial goals. Yet most projectmanagers don't have the business knowledge necessary to makeproject-based decisions that lead to bottom-line success. In thisbook, Dennis Cohen and Robert Graham, both former universityprofessors and experienced project management consultants, providethe skills that, until now, could only be gained through a graduatedegree and years of hands-on experience.

Cohen and Graham walk project managers through basic businessconcepts such as value creation, accounting and finance, strategy,and marketing. They connect these concepts to the decisions projectmanagers face every day. And they make it easy to apply theresulting solutions on the job through a unique business systemscalculator. Readers can use the online calculator in conjunctionwith the book to understand how different project variables affectbusiness outcomes, to determine the overall impact of proposedproject changes, and to evaluate the economic results of manydecisions they make.

Cohen and Graham's principles apply equally to projects inbusiness, non-profit, and government organizations. And each one isillustrated through case studies drawn from a range of industries,including pharmaceuticals, the technology sector, even thewinemaking business. Whether the mandate is to get new products tomarket, improve the infrastructure, or better serve customers andclients, this book teaches project managers how to make day-to-daydecisions from an upper-management perspective. And it provides ablueprint for planning and pitching potential projects thatdemonstrates a higher level of business savvy.

release date: Jan 16, 2009
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White Heat Cold Logic: British Computer Art 1960–1980 (Leonardo Book Series)

The history of a pioneering era in computer-based art too often neglected by postwar art histories and institutions.

Technological optimism, even utopianism, was widespread at midcentury; in Britain, Harold Wilson in 1963 promised a new nation “forged from the white heat of the technological revolution.” In this heady atmosphere, pioneering artists transformed the cold logic of computing into a new medium for their art, and played a central role in connecting technology and culture. White Heat Cold Logic tells the story of these early British digital and computer artists―and fills in a missing chapter in contemporary art history.

In this heroic period of computer art, artists were required to build their own machines, collaborate closely with computer scientists, and learn difficult computer languages. White Heat Cold Logic's chapters, many written by computer art pioneers themselves, describe the influence of cybernetics, with its emphasis on process and interactivity; the connections to the constructivist movement; and the importance of work done in such different venues as commercial animation, fine art schools, and polytechnics.

The advent of personal computing and graphical user interfaces in 1980 signaled the end of an era, and today we do not have so many dreams of technological utopia. And yet our highly technologized and mediated world owes much to these early practitioners, especially for expanding our sense of what we can do with new technologies.

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Roy Ascott, Stephen Bell, Paul Brown, Stephen Bury, Harold Cohen, Ernest Edmonds, María Fernández, Simon Ford, John Hamilton Frazer, Jeremy Gardiner, Charlie Gere, Adrian Glew, Beryl Graham, Stan Hayward, Grisham Howard, Richard Ihnatowicz, Nicholas Lambert, Malcolm Le Grice, Tony Longson, Brent MacGregor, George Mallen, Catherine Mason, Jasia Reichardt, Stephen A. R. Scrivener, Brian Reffin Smith, Alan Sutcliffe, Doron D. Swade, John Vince, Richard Wright, Aleksandar Zivanovic

release date: Jan 11, 2008
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The Epicenter of Crisis: The New Middle East (Washington Quarterly Readers)
Analysis of the security challenges presented by six states in the crucible of post-9/11 geopolitical change: Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.The Epicenter of Crisis argues that six contiguous states epitomize the security challenges of a post-9/11, globalized, world: Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Characterized by a dramatically transforming Islam, ethnic conflict, civil war, failed states, and terrorism, this “new Middle East” is the epicenter of what some call an arc of crisis, stretching from the Balkans into Southeast Asia. The Epicenter of Crisis examines this geopolitically dynamic region, analyzing the changing role of Islam in these six critical countries, the dangers posed by potential failed states, and the evolving terrorist threat. The contributors, all specialists in Middle East or foreign policy, address such crucial issues as the relationship between the Saudi royal family and Al Quaeda, Syria's waning influence over Hizbollah, media coverage of the war in Iraq, a new U.S. strategy for dealing with Iran, Afghanistan's opium industry, and the effectiveness of U.S. multi-billion-dollar assistance to Pakistan. The Epicenter of Crisis challenges readers to reconceptualize the boundaries of the Middle East in a changed world. ContributorsJohn R. Bradley, Rachel Bronson, Daniel Byman, Derek Chollet, Craig Cohen, Larry Diamond, Emile El-Hokayem, Vanda Felbab-Brown, Brian Fishman, Graham E. Fuller, Husain Haqqani, Elliot Hen-Tov, Jorrit Kamminga, Nina Kamp, Alexander T. J. Lennon, Michael McFaul, Abbas Milani, C. Raja Mohan, Michael O'Hanlon, Gwenn Okruhlik, Carlos Pascual, Kenneth M. Pollack, Dennis Ross, Karim Sadjadpour, Ashley Tellis, Peter van Ham, Eyal Zisser
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release date: Feb 02, 2003
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Imperfect Innocence
Janine Antoni photographs a pair of hands joined in a M bius strip of long, polished fingernails; John Baldessari commingles images of politics and handguns and primary-colored spheres; John Coplans offers his feet as self-portrait; Gregory Crewdson tells the cinematic, mysterious tale of a random street in some suburbia somewhere; Thomas Demand constructs the illusion of a soundproof room; Rineke Dijkstra portrays herself as a bather at an indoor pool in Amsterdam; Anna Gaskell shows a drowning Alice (or is she treading water?); Dan Graham sites New Houses behind Chain Link Fence, Jersey City, Ny; and Andreas Gursky reveals the frenzy of the Chicago Board of Trade. These photographs and many, many more form the Miami-based collection Debra and Dennis Scholl have amassed over the last two decades. Representing an important selection of the major figures in contemporary American and European photography, they are here accompanied by essays from Nancy Spector, James Rondeau, and Michael Rush, three of the most important curators of contemporary art.
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