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Notes on the Minutes of a Court Martial Holden on Board His Majesty's Ship Gladiator, in Portsmouth Harbour, on Wednesday, the 26th Day of July, 1809 - 2840522874

104,47 zł

Notes on the Minutes of a Court Martial Holden on Board His Majesty's Ship Gladiator, in Portsmouth Harbour, on Wednesday, the 26th Day of July, 1809



Notes on the Minutes of a Court Martial Holden on Board His Majesty's Ship Gladiator, in Portsmouth Harbour, on Wednesday, the 26th Day of July, 1809 - 2838857772

104,47 zł

Notes on the Minutes of a Court Martial Holden on Board His Majesty's Ship Gladiator, in Portsmouth Harbour, on Wednesday, the 26th Day of July, 1809



The Kaiser And His Court - 2839873263

219,99 zł

The Kaiser And His Court

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Humanities>History>Regional & national history>European historyKsiążki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Hu...

A Personal And Political Analysis Of The Reign Of Kaiser Wilhelm II Using New Archival Sources.


De Macque: The Keyboard School At Gesualdo?s Court - 2825855103

22,50 zł

De Macque: The Keyboard School At Gesualdo?s Court Brilliant Classics

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Comprised of 25 tracks and featuring eight different composers, this release celebrates the best of Giovanni de Macque and his contemporaries in late-16th-century Naples. Each piece hails from the ?Luigi Rossi? manuscript, a collection compiled in 1617 that survives to this day, giving us an extraordinary overview of the keyboard compositions written for the aristocrats who ruled the Kingdom of Naples at the time. Indeed, at a time when wealthy families were striving to retain their power and influence as the lower classes benefitted from a sharp economic upturn, the music of this period was highly complex, still exclusively aimed at the cultivated upper classes: extreme chromaticism as well as extensive use of polyphony and harmonic audacity are common traits of these works. On his arrival in Naples, De Macque made sure to curry favour with the right people, including Fabrizio Gesualdo, whose son Carlo became a famous composer in his own right. Works by both men, along with other renowned composers of their day, are included on this release, and the connection between De Macque and Gesualdo is clear to see. De Macque was far ahead of his time, and became the forerunner of the Neapolitan keyboard school, counting Mayone, Trabaci and Rossi among his pupils, all of whom feature on this disc. This release is a testament to the close artistic circle operating at Gesualdo?s court at the time: the stylistic unity between these composers and homogenous character of the pieces is by no means incidental. Fabio Antonio Falcone, a passionate performer of Renaissance and early Baroque music, has carefully selected the period instruments for this recording, leading to a highly authentic performance of these historical works. Having studied in The Netherlands with renowned harpsichordist Bob van Asperen, he has already made a name for himself, winning the special prize for Outstanding Performance of a 17th-century Italian Composition at the National Harpsichord Competition in Pesaro in 2007. He is regularly invited to perform internationally and is often heard in conjunction with his ensemble Pizzicar Galante. This is his first release for Brilliant Classics.This release presents a fascinating view of the cultural life of early 17th century Naples. The aristocracy surrounded themselves with artists of the highest calibre, and music was an essential part of the entertainment of the happy few.The 25 works by 8 different composers on this CD are drawn from the famous ?Luigi Rossi Manuscript? from 1617. The most influential figure was Giovanni de Macque, whose complex polyphonic works full of daring chromatism had great influence on composers around and after him: Trabaci, Dall?Arpa, Lambardo, Stella and Gesualdo. Fabio Antonio Falcone, a passionate musician and scholar, selected several historical instruments to perform these keyboard works: the harpsichord and virginal, described in detail in the highly informative booklet notes, written by the artist.Released to coincide with 400th anniversary of De Macque?s death.Other information:Recorded in 2013 at the Cavalli Musica store in Castrezzato, Italy.Notes on the ?Luigi Rossi? manuscript.Extensive notes on De Macque and the Neapolitan school.Notes on the performer and the instruments.


Pierre-Joseph Redoute: Botanical Artist to the Court of France - 2841425479

181,92 zł

Pierre-Joseph Redoute: Botanical Artist to the Court of France NAI PUBL

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840) is the undisputed master of botanical art. His illustrations of flowers occupy the intersection of art and science, and they represent a unique fusion of botanical precision with artistic elegance. This richly illustrated publication presents a wide selection of Redouté's books, drawings and watercolours. Several short essays by Dutch and French specialists deal with different aspects of his art. As court artist to Queen Marie-Antoinette and Empress Joséphine, Redouté drew extraordinary flowers and plants from the Jardin des plantes and the gardens of Malmaison, which made him the darling of Parisian society. Napoleon Bonaparte presented his books as gifts to the crowned heads of Europe, and his pictures illustrated the works of the most eminent scientists of his day. His most famous books, Les Liliacées and Les Roses, are among the milestones of botanical literature. The Teylers Museum is presenting the first retrospective of this artist's work in the Netherlands.


In Court & Tavern - 2839541359

41,99 zł

In Court & Tavern ALTO


1. Hear Ye Sullen Powers 2. Music For A While 3. Come Away, Do Not Stay 4. Christchurch Bells 5. I Gave Her Cakes And Ale 6. 'Tis Wine Was Made To Rule The Day 7. He That Drinks Is Immortal 8. Tom The Taylor 9. Sir Walter Enjoying His Damsel 10. So! When The Glitt'ring Queen Of Night 11. Arise Ye Subterranean Winds 12. Lost Is My Quiet For Ever 13. When The Cock Begins To Crow 14. My Lady's Coachman John 15. As Roger Last Night 16. Hark, How The Wild Musicians 17. Not All My Torments 18. Yes, Daphne 19. Laudate Cecilium, (Hymn For St Cecilia's Day)


Judges of the Secret Court - 2834687800

75,68 zł

Judges of the Secret Court New York Review Books

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Out of print for a half-century, David Stacton's long-lost novel The Judges of The Secret Court will allow contemporary readers to discover for the first time a hidden masterpiece of American fiction that is one of the finest books ever written about the Civil War. Stacton's gripping story centers on the brothers Edwin and John Wilkes Booth, members of a famous theatrical family. Edwin is a great actor, a Hamlet-like character whose performances of Hamlet will make him an international sensation. Wilkes is a blustering mediocrity on stage who is determined, however, to be an actor in history, and whose assassination of Abraham Lincoln will change America. Stacton's novel about how the roles we play become, for better or for worse, the lives we lead takes us back to the day of the assassination, immersing us in the farrago of bombast that fills Wilkes's head while following his footsteps up to the fatal, but weirdly anti-climatic, encounter at the Ford Theater. The political maneuvering around Lincoln's deathbed and Wilkes's desperate flight and ignominious capture then set the stage for a political show trial that will condemn not only the guilty but the-relatively-innocent. For as Edwin Booth broods helplessly many years later, and as Lincoln, whose tragic death and wisdom overshadow this tale, also knew, "We are all accessories before or after some fact ...We are all guilty of being ourselves."


Shakespeare, Court Dramatist - 2840251359

249,99 zł

Shakespeare, Court Dramatist

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Literature & literary studies>Literature: history & criticism>Literary studies: plays & playwrights>Sha...

Shakespeare, Court Dramatist Outlines The Symbiotic Relationship Between Shakespeare And The Court And Shows How It Affected His Writing, Forging Plays Like Romeo And Juliet And Hamlet Into The Versions We Know Best Today.


Victorian Yankees at Queen Victoria's Court - 2827034412

318,56 zł

Victorian Yankees at Queen Victoria's Court University of Delaware Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Little seems to have changed since Queen Victoria's day in the instant magnetism of British royalty across the Atlantic Ocean; yet for the first generations liberated by revolution, the British Isles and its sovereigns seemed as remote as the moon. In the young nation, Americans who were little interested in the sons and daughters of their last king, George III, developed a love-hate relationship with Victoria, his granddaughter, that lasted for all her sixty-four years on the throne, ending only with her death in the first weeks of the twentieth century. Victoria's long reign encompassed much of the time in which the young United States was growing up. The responses of Americans toward Victoria reveal not only what they thought of her (and her husband) as a person and a monarch, but reflect their own ambitions, confidence, smugness, insecurities-and sense of loss. Parting from England brought a surge of pride, but it also carried with it an unanticipated price. American encounters with Queen Victoria as person and as symbol evoke the costs of relinquishing a history, a tradition, a ceremonial texture. The brash, bewildered and beguiled Americans in these pages, from lion tamer Isaac Van Amburgh, Barnum's midget "Tom Thumb" and sharpshooter Annie Oakley, to literary lions like Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mark Twain and Henry James evince not only another dimension of the remote woman who might have been their queen, but what Americans were like, and what they thought they were like, in her time.


Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe - Souad - 2836915930

10,90 zł

Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe - Souad

Książki & Multimedia > Książki

Opis - Pierwsze na świecie świadectwo ofiary zbrodni honorowej. Miała siedemnaście lat i zakochała się: zhańbiła rodzinę. Więc rodzina wydała na nią wyrok śmierci... Pokochała go pierwszą miłością. Myślała, że się z nią ożeni. Ale ukochany zniknął, a ona odkryła, że jest w ciąży. A w jej świecie to najcięższa zbrodnia... W zapomnianej przez Boga wiosce w Cisjordanii kobiety są warte mniej niż zwierzęta domowe. Tu mężczyzna jest panem życia i śmierci żony, córki, siostry. Brat może bezkarnie zabić siostrę, matka - córkę, kolejną bezużyteczną dziewczynkę, jaka się urodzi. Tu kobiecie odbiera się godność, a nawet życie zgodnie z odwiecznym obyczajem i uświęconą tradycją. A śmierć jest karą dla dziewczyny, która zhańbi rodzinę. Tak jak Souad. Wyrok wydaje jej ojciec. Szwagier dokonuje egzekucji. Oblewa Souad benzyną i podpala... SOUAD przeżyła - cudem, ale rodzina usiłowała zabić ją nawet w szpitalu. Na zawsze jednak pozostanie straszliwie okaleczona - na ciele i duszy. I wciąż musi się ukrywać; dopóki żyje, jej rodzinę okrywa hańba. Spalona żywcem, opublikowana pod pseudonimem szokująca opowieść o piekle, jakim było jej dzieciństwo i młodość, stała się międzynarodowym bestsellerem. Wydana w 37 w krajach książka przerywa tabu milczenia wobec istniejącej nadal w krajach muzułmańskich barbarzyńskiej tradycji. Nieludzkiego obyczaju, prawa mężczyzn, na mocy którego co najmniej pięć tysięcy kobiet pada co roku ofiarą zbrodni honorowej. Nazwa - Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe Autor - Souad Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - Amber Kod ISBN - 9788324159406 Kod EAN - 9788324159406 Wydanie - 1 Rok wydania - 2016 Tłumacz - 31182,maria rostworowska; Format - 110 x 175 x 14 Ilość stron - 224 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2016-06-23


Consolations of Philosophy - 2212839584

45,80 zł

Consolations of Philosophy Penguin

Nauki humanistyczne

Alain de Botton, best-selling author of How Proust can Change Your Life, has set six of the finest minds in the history of philosophy to work on the problems of everyday life. Here then are Socrates, Epicurus, Seneca, Montaigne, Schopenhauer and Nietzsche on some of the things that bother us all; lack of money, the pain of love, inadequacy, anxiety, the fear of failure and the pressure to conform.


Bid 'D' Jamboree - 2839386214

679,99 zł

Bid 'D' Jamboree Bear Family Records


1. October 21, 1950 - Falstaff Beer Advert 2. The Big D Gang - Opening Theme 3. Billy Jack Saucier - Devil's Dream 4. Jimmy Fautheree - I'm Moving On 5. Jimmie Heap - Carbon Copy 6. Ramona Reed - If I Could Only Learn To Yodel 7. Sid Erwin - This Ole House (Fragment) That's All 8. Sid Erwin - There's A Big Rock In The Road 9. April 28, 1956 - Introduction 10. The Texas Stompers - The Poor People Of Paris 11. Orville Couch - So Doggone Lonesome 12. Eddie Shelton - Flint Hill Special 13. Commodores - Two Loves 14. Commodores - Have I 15. Commodores - Didn't It Rain 16. Commodores - Shake, Rattle & Roll 17. Nancy Castleberry - Ivory Tower 18. Joe Poovey - Honolulu Rock-a Roll-a 19. The Texas Stompers - Red Wing Stomp 20. May 5, 1956 - Introduction 21. The Texas Stompers - Ain't She Sweet 22. Orville Couch - Folsom Prison Blues 23. Sid King - Booger Red 24. Sid King - Ooby Dooby 25. Eddie Shelton - Salty Dog Blues 26. Carl Perkins - Slippin' And Slidin' 27. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes 28. Helen Hall - Nothing Can Change My Love For You 29. Helen Hall - I Need You All The Time 30. Helen Hall - How Long 31. Helen Hall - One Brown, One Black 32. Betty Lou Lobb - Chime Bells 33. Betty Lou Lobb - Wide Rolling Plains 101. May 19, 1956 - Introduction 102. The Texas Stompers - Double Eagle Stomp 103. Cowboy Copas - Tragic Romance 104. Ferlin Husky - Aladdin's Lamp 105. Simon Crum - Muki -ruki 106. Hank Locklin - A Good Woman's Love 107. Carl Perkins - I Got A Woman 108. Carl Perkins - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 109. May 26, 1956 - Introduction 110. The Texas Stompers - River Road Twostep 111. Orville & Eddie - Uncle Pen 112. Sherry Davis - Chime Bells 113. Leon Payne - Doorstep To Heaven 114. Leon Payne - I Love You Because 115. Hank Locklin - Seven Or Eleven 116. Billy Edwards - When It's 117. July 14, 1956 - Introduction 118. The Texas Stompers - Snow Deer Stomp 119. Hank Locklin - You Can't Never Tell 120. Billy Briggs - Should I? 121. Jerry Reed - Mr.whiz 122. Sid King - Ooby Dooby 123. The Belew Twins - Hot Dog Buddy Buddy 124. The Belew Twins - A Tear Fell 125. The Belew Twins - If You're Mine 126. The Belew Twins - Dontcha Wanna Be Happy 127. The Belew Twins - Don't Wantcha 128. Johnny Hicks - Baby Baby Baby 129. Johnny Hicks - Action 130. Johnny Hicks - Fancy Dan 131. Johnny Hicks - Keep On A -keepin' On 201. August 11, 1956 - Introduction 202. The Texas Stompers - Bonaparte's Retreat 203. Keith Boyle - Cannonball Yodel 204. Hank Locklin - You Can't Never Tell 205. The Belew Twins - Crazy Arms 206. Charline Arthur - What About Tomorrow 207. Johnny Cash - So Doggone Lonesome 208. Johnny Cash - I Walk The Line 209. Johnny Cash - Get Rhythm 210. September 1, 1956 - Introduction 211. The Texas Stompers - Alexander's Ragtime Band 212. Sid King - Ooby Dooby 213. Sid King - When My Baby Left Me 214. Nancy Castleberry - Thewaywardwind 215. Warren Smith - Black Jack David 216. Warren Smith - Hound Dog 217. Warren Smith - Rock 'N' Roll Ruby 218. The Texas Stompers - River Road Twostep 219. August 31, 1957 - Introduction 220. Tommy Mitchell - Rock Your Little Baby To Sleep 221. The Rangers Quartet - Ain't That Love 222. Max & Alvis - Honey Don't 223. Leon Payne - One By One 224. Leon Payne - Teddy Bear 225. Pat Smith - Ma, He's Making Eyes At Me 226. Marksmen Quartet - You Hurt Me So 227. Tennessee Ernie Ford - Announcement 228. Billy Jack Hale - Honey Bee Love 229. Billy Jack Hale - Strange Desires 230. Billy Jack Hale - Me And Fred And Joe And Bill 231. Billy Jack Hale - If You Can't Live Down Live It 232. Billy Jack Hale - He Don't Love You Like I Do 233. Billy Jack Hale - The Chain Of Love 234. Helen Hall - They 235. Helen Hall - Wee Bitty Baby 301. October 5, 1957 - Introduction 302. Gene Rambo - Jailhouse Rock 303. The Rangers Quartet - Why Baby Why 304. The Rangers Quartet - This Ole House 305. Tommy Mitchell - Lotta Lovin' 306. Pat Smith - Rainbow 307. Belew Twins - A Red Cadillac & A Black Moustache 308. The Texas Stompers - Double Eagle Stomp 309. Werley Fairburn - All By Myself 310. The Texas Stompers - Cindy 311. December 14, 1957 - Introduction 312. Charles Goode - Kisses Sweeter Than Wine 313. Charles Goode - Somebody Loves Me 314. The Belew Twins - Black Slacks 315. The Belew Twins - Maybe Tomorrow 316. Gene Vincent - Bluejean Bop 317. Gene Vincent - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On 318. Gene Vincent - Dance To The Bop 319. Gene Vincent - Lotta Lovin' 320. January 25, 1958 - Introduction 321. Johnny Carroll - Suzy Q 322. The Belew Twins - Should We Tell Him 323. Tommy Mitchell - I Beg Of You 324. The Texas Stompers - Liechtensteiner Polka 325. Johnny Dollar - Great Balls Of Fire 326. Johnny Dollar - Jailhouse Rock 327. Dee & Patty - Parking 328. Darrell Glenn - Candy And Cake 329. George Mccoy - The Wandering Kind 330. Gene Rambo - Baby Doll 331. Pat Smith - Right Now 332. Johnny Hicks - Draggin' The Drive -ins 333. Johnny Hicks - Gossip Of The Town 334. Ronnie Dawson - Why Did You Cry? 335. Johnny Hicks - The Guy That Looks Like Me 336. Johnny Hicks - Holy Mack -rel 401. March 1, 1958 - Introduction 402. Lonnie Smithson - Me And The Blues 403. Johnny Dollar - Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie 404. Johnny Dollar - Great Balls Of Fire 405. Orville Couch - King For A Day 406. Orville Couch - Ballad Of A Teenage Queen 407. Tommy Mitchell - Too Much 408. Tommy Mitchell - I Beg Of You 409. Wanda Jackson - No Wedding Bells For Joe 410. The Texas Stompers - Bonaparte's Retreat 411. May 10, 1958 - Introduction 412. Orville Couch - King For A Day 413. Joe Poovey - Move Around 414. Darrell Glenn - Congratulations To Me 415. Billy Jack Hale - Your Eyes 416. Tommy Mitchell - Glad All Over 417. Lonnie Smithson - Quarter In The Jukebox 418. The Texas Stompers - River Road Two -step 419. Belew Twins - Should We Tell Him 420. Paul Blunt - Everywhere You Go 421. June 14, 1958 - Introduction 422. Carolyn, Benny & Bobby Belew - Oh Lonesome Me 423. Johnny Carroll - I'llwait 424. Orville Couch - Overnight 425. Darrell Glenn - Hang Up That Telephone 426. The Ferrell Brothers - What Makes A Manwander 427. The Ferrell Brothers - She's No Angel 428. Lonnie Smithson - Quarter In The Jukebox 429. The Texas Stompers - Silver Bells 430. Eddie Mcduff - A Thousand To One 431. Orville Couch & Eddie Mcduff - Misery 432. Johnny Dollar - My Gal Friday 433. Darrell Glenn - Lovely Loretta 434. Darrell Glenn - My Guiding Light 435. Bob Kelly - When We Get Together 436. Eddie Mcduff - Easier Said Than Done 437. The Belew Twins - Cindy Lou 438. The Belew Twins - When The Party's Over 501. July 19,1958 - Introduction 502. Lonnie Smithson - Quarter In The Jukebox 503. Leon Payne - Tell Her Lies And Feed Her Candy 504. The Belew Twins - Rockin' Bones 505. Lawton Williams - Casino On The Hill 506. The Ferrell Brothers - Go Away With Me 507. The Ferrell Brothers - Ocean Of Diamonds 508. Mitchell Torok - Love Me Like You Mean It 509. Billy Jack Hale - Your Eyes 510. Ronnie Dee - Thirty Days 511. Ronnie Dee - Johnny B. Goode 512. Summer 1958 - Introduction 513. Lonnie Smithson - Guess Things Happen That Way 514. The Belew Twins - This Little Girl Of Mine 515. The Ferrell Brothers - Ashes Of Love 516. The Ferrell Brothers - Down South... 517. Orville Couch - Easy Does It 518. The Belew Twins - Oh Lonesome Me 519. Billy Jack Hale - Stairway Of Love 520. Billy Jack Hale - Your Eyes 521. Tommy Mitchell - Don't 522. August 30, 1958 - Introduction 523. Lonnie Smithson - Quarter In The Jukebox 524. The Belew Twins - I Can't Stop Loving You 525. Billy Jack Hale - Your Eyes 526. Mitchell Torok - Crazy Arms 527. Carolyn Belew - Blue Doll 528. Carl Perkins - That's All Right Mama 529. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes 530. The Texas Stompers - Silver Bells 531. Eddie Mcduff - A New Love Was Born 532. Eddie Mcduff - Fire, Fire, Fire 533. Orville Couch - Convince Me 534. Orville Couch - My Gal Specs 535. Orville Couch - I'm In Love 536. The Beavers - Barbara Allen 537. Joy King - How Should I Your True Love Know? 538. Orville Couch - The Record 539. Orville Couch - Bad Dream 540. Chuck Jennings - His And Hers 541. Chuck Jennings - Home Away From Home 601. Bill Callahan - Milk Cow Blues 602. The Shelton Brothers - Deep Elm Boogie Woogie Bl 603. Buster & Stoney - I'm Tired Of You 604. Roy Wiley - Drivin' Nails In My Coffin 605. Buddywalker - No Use To Be Apart 606. Riley Crabtree - Lonelyworld 607. Johnny Hicks - Mended One Broken Heart 608. Gene O'quin - Blues Come Around 609. Johnny Mathis - Tell Me Why 610. Billy Walker - You Didn't Try And Didn't Care 611. Dewey Groom - Butane Blues 612. Homer Zeke Clemons - Operation Blues #2 613. Okie Jones - Love Fever 614. Jimmy Lee - Bluest Feeling 615. Jimmy Lee - If You Don't, Somebody Else Will 616. Riley Crabtree - Always Together Never Apart 617. Paul Blunt - Domino Gal 618. Johnny Hicks - Pick Up Blues 619. Bobby Williamson - My Gal Comes From Heaven 620. Big Bill Lister - Blowing The Suds Off My Beer 621. Riley Crabtree - I'll Make You Want Me 622. Norman Perry - After Your Wedding 623. Joe Andrews - Brain Cloudy Blues 624. Sunshine Ruby - Too Young To Tango 625. Sunshine Ruby - Datin' 626. Skeeter Webb - Was It A Bad Dream 627. Ralph Sanford - Oo -ee -baby 628. Doug Bragg - The Texas Special 629. Joe Bill - Do You Loveme Anymore? 630. Jimmy Patton - Teen Age Heart 631. Jimmy Collie - Conscience (Set Me Free) 701. Jimmie Collie - Cry Like A Baby 702. Buck Griffin - Let's Elope Baby 703. Sonny James - For Rent 704. Lafawn Paul - You've Turned Off The Music 705. Lafawn Paul - Can't Get You Out Of My Mind 706. Tommy Mitchell - Do Baby Do 707. Mac Curtis - What Youwant 708. Johnny Carroll - Band Stand Doll 709. Eddie Mcduff - Bad Boy 710. Lonnie Smithson - No Surrender, No Retreat 711. Lonnie Smithson - Paul Revere 712. Ronnie Dawson - Summer's Comin' 713. Lawton Williams - Satan's Bell 714. Frankie Miller - Give A Purpose To My Love 715. Tony Douglas - Shrimpin' 716. George Kent - How Can I Write On Paper What I Fe 717. George Kent - Out Of My Arms And Into My Dreams 718. George Kent - Packed And Ready 719. George Kent - You're Just Not The Type 720. Riley Crabtree - Poison Mind 721. Mitchell Torok - Rio Grande 722. Mitchell Torok - Heartbreaker Of The Year 723. Mitchell Torok - I Wish That It Was Me 724. George Kent - Gossip Of A Friend 725. George Kent - A Better Way To Die 726. George Kent - The Shadow On The Wall 727. Joe Paul Nichols - Operator 10 728. Joe Paul Nichols - Shy Young Sue 729. Eddie Mcduff - The Street Of Loneliness 730. Jim & Louise - Be Careful 731. Sandra Salling - What Do The Losers Do? 732. Sandra Salling - There's No One Loving Me Now 733. Chuck Jennings - I'd Rather Be Hurt By You 734. Chuck Jennings - You Are A Little Heartache 735. Janet Mcbride - Yodelin' Jan


Cry of Honor - 2826935822

47,52 zł

Cry of Honor Morgan Rice

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

""THE SORCERER'S RING has all the ingredients for an instant success: plots, counterplots, mystery, valiant knights, and blossoming relationships replete with broken hearts, deception and betrayal. It will keep you entertained for hours, and will satisfy all ages. Recommended for the permanent library of all fantasy readers." --Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos In A CRY OF HONOR (Book #4 in the Sorcerer's Ring), Thor has returned from The Hundred as a hardened warrior, and now he must learn what it means to battle for his homeland, to battle for life and death. The McClouds have raided deep into MacGil territory-deeper than ever before in the history of the Ring-and as Thor rides into an ambush, it will fall on his head to fend off the attack and save King's Court. Godfrey has been poisoned by his brother by a very rare and potent poison, and his fate lies in Gwendolyn's hands, as she does whatever she can to save her brother from death. Gareth has fallen deeper into a state of paranoia and discontent, hiring his own tribe of savages as a personal fighting force and giving them Silver Hall-ousting The Silver and causing a rift in King's Court that threatens to blow up into a civil war. He also schemes to have the fierce Nevaruns take Gwendolyn away, selling her off in marriage without her consent. Thor's friendships deepen, as they journey to new places, face unexpected monsters and fight side by side in unimaginable battle. Thor journeys to his hometown and, in an epic confrontation with his father, he learns a great secret of his past, of who he is, who his mother is-and of his destiny. With the most advanced training he's ever received from Argon, he begins to tap powers he didn't know he had, becoming more powerful each day. As his relationship with Gwen deepens, he returns to King's Court in the hopes of proposing to her-but it may already be too late. Andronicus, armed with an informer, leads his million-man Empire army to once again attempt to breach the Canyon and crush the Ring. And just as things seem like they can't get any worse at King's Court, the story ends with a shocking twist. Will Godfrey survive? Will Gareth be ousted? Will King's Court split in two? Will the Empire invade? Will Gwendolyn end up with Thor? And will Thor finally learn the secret of his destiny? With its sophisticated world-building and characterization, A CRY OF HONOR is an epic tale of friends and lovers, of rivals and suitors, of knights and dragons, of intrigues and political machinations, of coming of age, of broken hearts, of deception, ambition and betrayal. It is a tale of honor and courage, of fate and destiny, of sorcery. It is a fantasy that brings us into a world we will never forget, and which will appeal to all ages and genders. At 85,000 words, it is the longest of all the books in the series! "Grabbed my attention from the beginning and did not let go....This story is an amazing adventure that is fast paced and action packed from the very beginning. There is not a dull moment to be found." --Paranormal Romance Guild {regarding Turned} "Jam packed with action, romance, adventure, and suspense. Get your hands on this one and fall in love all over again." (regarding Turned) "A great plot, and this especially was the kind of book you will have trouble putting down at night. The ending was a cliffhanger that was so spectacular that you will immediately want to buy the next book, just to see what happens." --The Dallas Examiner {regarding Loved} "


Drawings and Ephemera - 2826673409

237,12 zł

Drawings and Ephemera Damiani

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

This books is drawn from a large archive of design work (comprised of 1500 individual items that include some 600 drawings, color Xeroxes, swatch references and inspirational material) by Stephen Sprouse that spans the years of 1974 to the late 1980?s. Sprouse?s meteoric rise to become America?s daring darling of the Fashion World is a story still being processed. The works in the book focus on a period reflective of Sprouse?s participation with and connection to the glamourous, high profile Uptown studios of Bill Blass and Halston and his profound embrace of the Downtown vibe of the East Village and the Bowery. It is here where he would ultimately create his most iconic design work surrounded by a hotbed of furious creativity, where art/fashion/music thrived as interdisciplinary talents. Stephen Sprouse would embody this revolutionary fusion like no other.The works on paper include sketches and designs executed with Sprouse?s facile and powerful use of ink markers. With this medium Sprouse?s line conjures the delicate and fluid to the dense and bold with the urgency of an explanation point! Several of the works represent Sprouse?s use of the Xerox machine which allowed him quick design options including application of vivid gouache color. Paper is only varied by the sketchbook or notepad in use or, as in some of the earliest works, lined paper from classic hole punched or spiral bound notebooks are employed. Rock and punk music were a constant theme for Sprouse engaging his aesthetic sensibilities. An early ink drawing from the mid 70s depicts a raven-haired model wearing a dress that features a long skirt with a slit beside which Sprouse hand writes the words in large caps ?GO JACKIE GO-GO-GO? ? invoking the former First Lady to dance with abandon! There are several nods to Jackie Onassis in Sprouse's drawings. Another drawing shows a coiffed, chic, brunette in a bright, hand-colored red jacket and skirt ensemble. An observance from another Halston assistant of the day stated that Stephen really saw ?the edge? in Jackie and added she would come to the Atelier and Stephen would hem her pants. The image of the two together in this gesture brings to mind compositions of reverence not dissimilar to religious or royal court paintings of the Renaissance - such was the devotion to his muse. In the late 70?s, his most important muse was Debbie Harry of the group Blondie. For Debbie, his close friend and roommate as well, he created perhaps his most iconic designs. His true debut to the public at large commenced the minute Debbie stepped onto the stage to sing ?Heart of Glass? in a 1978 televised/video appearance where she wore an off the shoulder short dress. Debbie?s Sprouse original was designed with a fabric Stephen created from tv and video scanlines that he photographed, Xeroxed and silkscreened. Life imitating art. The birth of Punk, an arguably American invention, headquartered itself in the East Village and Bowery streets and Sprouse was in his element here. Certainly, the title and lyrics of a classic New York Dolls song inspired the subtitle of this exhibit. One drawing on view depicts a female model in rock stance whipping a microphone in hand and bears Sprouse?s handwritten reference to a Patti Smith lyric ?Starts Pumpinnn? ?? My Heart (Pumpin)? - from her 1976 Radio Ethiopia album. From these influential dynamics, Sprouse would launch collections coveted by women and men and celebrated as much Uptown as Downtown for their brilliant attitude. We see the trajectory of the designer?s career as it developed in these works displayed. At its height, Stephen?s work would jump off the pages of every conceivable Fashion magazine. His designs would embed themselves into the creative banks of the Fashion Industry and continue to influence that community to this day.Recognized at age 14 as a ?boy genius? in an article by Eugenia Sheppard written in 1966 for The International Herald Tribune, the notoriously shy talent found himself placed in the constellations of fame and notoriety. This book is a look at that engine of geniusness. It was observed by peers and friends that music blasted from Sprouse?s studio while he worked at the speed of light ? breaking a sound barrier of sorts ? but on paper. Sprouse?s line is pure energy. The black marker is his fuel. Such assuredness of vision is discovered in the wake of his extraordinary journey. It was said that when Warhol was laid to rest, he was buried in a suit by Stephen Sprouse. It was also reported that in Sprouse?s too early passing, that one of his ?beloved? markers was placed in his hand. One could imagine the heavenly collaborations between the two superstars. In any case, Sprouse?s life and his contributions are beyond legend.


The Collected Works - 2839190025

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1. Rooley, Anthony - First Booke Of Songes 2. Unquiet Thougths 3. Who Ever Thinks Or Hopes Of Love 4. My Thoughts Are Wing'd With Hopes 5. If My Complaints 6. Can She Excuse My Wrongs 7. Now, O Now, I Needs Must Part 8. Dear, If You Change 9. Burst Forth My Tears 10. Go Crystal Tears 11. Think'st Thou Then By Thy Feigning 12. Come Away, Come Sweet Love 13. Rest Awhile, You Cruel Cares 14. Sleep, Wayward Thoughts 15. All Ye, Whom Love Or Fortune 16. Wilt Thou Unkind Thus Reave Me 17. Would My Conceit 18. Come Again: Sweet Love Doth Now Invite 19. His Golden Locks 20. Awake, Sweet Love 21. Awake, Sweet Love 22. Away With These Self-loving Lads 101. Rooley, Anthony - Second Booke Of Songs 102. I Saw My Lady Weep 103. Flow My Tears 104. Sorrow, Stay 105. Die Not Before Thy Day 106. Mourn, Mourn, Day Is With Darkness Fled 107. Time's Eldest Son 108. Then Sit Thee Down 109. When Others Sing Venite 110. Praise Blindness Eyes 111. O Sweet Woods 112. If Floods Of Tears 113. Fine Knacks For Ladies 114. Now Cease My Wand'ring Eyes 115. Come Ye Heavy States Of Night 116. White As Lilies Was Her Face 117. Woeful Heart 118. A Shepard In A Shade 119. Faction That Ever Dwells 120. Shall I Sue 121. Toss Not My Soul 122. Clear Or Cloudy 123. Humour Say What Mak'st Thou Here 201. Rooley, Anthony - Third Booke Of Songs 202. Farewell, Too Fair 203. Time Stands Still 204. Behold A Wonder Here 205. Daphne Was Not So Chaste 206. Me, Me, & None But Me 207. When Phoebus First Did Daphne Love 208. Say, Love, If Ever Thou Didst Find 209. Flow Not So Fast, Ye Fountains 210. What If I Never Speed? 211. Love Stood Amazed 212. Lend Your Ears To My Sorrow 213. By A Fountain Where I Lay 214. O What Hath Overwrought 215. Farewell, Unkind 216. Weep You No More, Sad Fountains 217. Fie On This Feigning! 218. I Must Complain 219. It Was A Time When Silly Bees 220. The Lowest Trees Have Tops 221. What Poor Astronomers Are They 222. Come When I Call 301. Rooley, Anthony - Fourth Booke Of Songs (A Pilgram 302. Rooley, Anthony - Disdain Me Still 303. Rooley, Anthony - Sweet Stay Awhile 304. Rooley, Anthony - To Ask For All Thy Love 305. Rooley, Anthony - Love, Those Beams That Breed 306. Rooley, Anthony - Shall I Strive With Words To Mov 307. Rooley, Anthony - Were Every Thought An Eye 308. Rooley, Anthony - Stay, Time, Awhile Thy Flying 309. Rooley, Anthony - Tell Me, True Love 310. Rooley, Anthony - Go Nightly Cares 311. Rooley, Anthony - From Silent Night 312. Rooley, Anthony - Lasso Vita Mia 313. Rooley, Anthony - In This Trembling Shadow Cast 314. Rooley, Anthony - If That A Sinner's Sighs 315. Rooley, Anthony - Thou Mighty God 316. Rooley, Anthony - When David's Life 317. Rooley, Anthony - When The Poor Cripple 401. Rooley, Anthony - Where Sin Sore Wounding 402. Rooley, Anthony - My Heart & Tongue Were Twins 403. Rooley, Anthony - Up Merry Mates 404. Rooley, Anthony - Welcome Black Night 405. Rooley, Anthony - Cease, Cease These False Sports 406. Rooley, Anthony - Keyboard Transcriptions 407. Lachrimae Pavan (Giles Farnaby) 408. Can Shee (Anon.) 409. Paduana (Paul Siefert) 410. The Frogge (John Wilbye) 411. Frog's Galliard (Anon.) 412. Pavan & Galiarda (Thomas Morley) 413. Paduana Lachrymae (Melchior Schildt) 414. Can She Excuse (Anon.) 415. Pavion Solus Cum Sola (Anon.) 416. Dowland's Almayne (Anon.) 417. Piper's Paven & Galliard (Martin Peerson & Joh 418. Pavana Lachrymae (William Byrd) 501. Rooley, Anthony - Mr. Henry Noell Lamentations 502. The Lamentation Of A Sinner 503. Domine Ne In Furore 504. Miserere Mei Deus 505. The Humble Suit Of A Sinner 506. The Humble Complaint Of A Sinner 507. De Profundis 508. Domine Exaudi 509. Rooley, Anthony - Lachrimae 510. Lachrimae Antiquae 511. Lachrimae Antiquae Novae 512. Lachrimae Gementes 513. Lachrimae Tristes 514. Lachrimae Coactae 515. Lachrimae Amantis 516. Lachrimae Verae 517. Mr John Langton's Pavan 518. Mr Nicholas Gryffith His Galiard 519. Sir John Souch His Galiard 520. Semper Dowland Semper Dolens 521. Mr Giles Hobies Galiard 522. The King Of Denmark's Galiard 523. Sir Henry Umpton's Funerall 524. Mr Henry Noell His Galiard 525. The Earl Of Essex Galiard 526. Mr Bucton His Galliard 527. Mr George Whitehead His Almand 528. Captaine Digorie Piper His Galiard 529. Mr Thomas Collier His Galiard 530. Mrs Nichols Almand 601. Rooley, Anthony - Sacred Songs 602. Sorrow, Come! 603. I Shame At Mine Unworthiness 604. An Heart That's Broken & Contrite 605. Rooley, Anthony - Psalms 606. Psalm 100: All People That On Earth Do Dwell 607. Psalm 38: Put Me Not To Rebuke O Lord 608. Psalm 130: Lord To Thee I Make My Moan 609. Psalm 104: My Soul Praise The Lord 610. Psalm 100: All People That On Earth Do Dwell 611. Psalm 134: Behold & Have Regard 612. Rooley, Anthony - A Prayer For The Queen's Most Ex 613. Rooley, Anthony - Instrumental Music 614. Solus Cum Sola Pavan 615. Lachrimae 616. Galliard 617. Pipers Pavan 618. Lachrimae 619. Lady Rich Galliard 620. Earl Of Essex Galliard 621. If My Complaints 622. Lachrimae Doolande 623. Lord Willoughbie's Welcome Home 624. My Lord Chamberlaine His Galliard 625. Comagain 626. Pavan Lachrymae 627. Sorrow Stay 701. Rooley, Anthony - Lute Music 702. Preludium 703. Lachrimae 704. Can She Excuse 705. Dr Case's Pavan 706. Melancholy Galliard 707. Sir John Smith, His Almain 708. Fantasia 709. A Dream 710. Almain 711. The Queen's Galliard 712. Coranto 713. Resolution 714. Mrs Vaux Galliard 715. Almain 716. Mr Dowland's Midnight 717. Fantasia 718. Loth To Depart 719. The Most Sacred Queen Elizabeth, Her Galliard 720. The Earl Of Essex, His Galliard 721. Pavan 722. John Dowland's Galliard 723. Aloe 724. The Lady Clifton's Spirit 725. What If A Day 726. Mr Giles Hobie's Galliard 727. Come Away 728. Galliard 729. Fancy 801. Lachrimae 802. Galliard To Lachrimae 803. Jig 804. Galliard On Walsingham 805. Complaint 806. Mignarda 807. Semper Dowland Semper Dolens 808. The Frog Galliard 809. A Fancy 810. Fancy 811. Piper's Pavan 812. Captain Digorie Piper's Galliard 813. Lady Laiton's Almain 814. Dowland's Galliard 815. Dowland's First Galliard 816. Tarleton's Jig 817. Walsingham 818. Lord Willoughbie's Welcome Home 819. Sir Henry Gilforde, His Almain 820. Pavan 821. Mr. Langton's Galliard 822. Mrs Clifton's Almain 823. Galliard 824. Lady Hunsdon's Puffe 825. Galliard 826. Go From My Window 827. Fancy 901. Pavana Johan Douland 902. Mrs Brigide Fleetwood Pavan 903. La Mia Barbara 904. Sir Henry Umpton's Funeral 905. Lachrimae 906. Farewell Fancy 907. Farewell 908. The King Of Denmark's Galliard 909. Mrs Vaux's Jig 910. Mrs Nichol's Almain 911. Galliard 912. Lord Strang's March 913. Mrs Winter's Jump 914. Can She Excuse 915. The Shoemaker's Wife, A Toy 916. Mrs Norrish's Delight 917. Galliard 918. Mrs White's Thing 919. Mrs White's Nothing 920. The Frog Galliard 921. Solus Cum Sola 922. The Lord Viscount Lisle, His Galliard 923. Orlando Sleepeth 924. Robin 925. Galliard 926. Forlorn Hope Fancy 1001. The Lady Russell's Pavan 1002. Fancy 1003. Sir John Langton's Pavan 1004. Earl Of Derby, His Galliard 1005. A Coy Toy 1006. Fortune My Foe 1007. Almain 1008. Mr Knight's Galliard 1009. Sir John Souch His Galliard 1010. Tarletone's Riserrectione 1011. The Lady Rich, Her Galliard 1012. Rooley, Anthony - Consort Music 1013. Lachrimae Pavan 1014. Can She Excuse Galliard 1015. Captain Piper's Pavan & Galliard 1016. The Frog Galliard 1017. Round Battell Galliard 1018. Fortune My Foe 1019. Dowland's First Galliard 1020. Katherine Darcie's Galliard 1021. Tarleton's Jigge 1022. Almain A 2 1023. Mistress Nichols Alman A 2 1024. Susanna Fair 1025. Mistress Nichols Alman A 5 1026. Mr John Langton Pavan & Galliard 1027. La Mia Barbara Pavan & Galliard 1028. Lachrimae Antiquae Novae Pavan & Galliard 1101. Mistress Nichols Alman 1102. Volta A 4 1103. Were Every Thought An Eye 1104. Lady If You Spite Me 1105. Pavan A 4 1106. Rooley, Anthony - A Musical Banquet 1107. Holborne, Anthony - My Heavy Sprite 1108. Martin, Richard - Change Thy Mind Since She Doth C 1109. Hales, Robert - O Eyes, Leave Off Your Weeping 1110. Anonym - Go, My Flock, Go Get You Hence 1111. Anonym - O Dear Life, When Shall It Be 1112. Bacheler, Daniel - To Plead My Faith 1113. Tessier, Guillaume - In A Grove Most Rich Of Shade 1114. Dowland, John - Far From Triumphing Court 1115. Dowland, John - Lady, If You So Spite Me 1116. Dowland, John - In Darkness Let Me Dwell 1117. Guedron, Pierre - Si Le Parler Et Le Silence 1118. Guedron, Pierre - Ce Penser Qui Sans Fin Tirannise 1119. Guedron, Pierre - Vous Que Le Bonheur Rappelle 1120. Anonym - Passava Amor Su Arco Desarmado 1121. Anonym - Sta Notte Mi Sognava 1122. Anonym - Vuestros Ojos Tienen D'amor 1123. Megli, Domenico Maria - Se Di Farmi Morire 1124. Caccini, Giulio - Dovro Dunque Morire? 1125. Caccini, Giulio - Amarilli Mia Bella 1126. Anonym - O Bella Piu


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