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📒Hey Presto ✍ Hugh Ormsby-Lennon
✏Hey Presto Book Summary : In Hey Presto! Swift and the Quacks, Hugh Ormsby-Lennon reveals how medicine shows, both ancient and modern, galvanized Jonathan Swift's imagination and inspired his wittiest satiric voices. Swift dubbed these multifaceted traveling entertainments his Stage-itinerant or 'Mountebank's Stage.' In the course of arguing that the stage-itinerant formed an irresistible model for A Tale of a Tub, Ormsby-Lennon also surmises that the mountebank's stage will disclose that missing link, long sought, which connects the dual objects of Swift's ire: gross Corruptions in both Religion and Learning.
📒Presto Ii ✍ Zoe Taulbee
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📒Teach Yourself Visually Macs ✍ Paul McFedries
✏Teach Yourself VISUALLY Macs Book Summary : Are you a visual learner? Than Teach Yourself VISUALLY Macs is the book for you! This resource: Offers a perfect introduction for visual learners looking to gain a general understanding of Macs and some of the common peripherals associated with them. Demonstrates everything you need to know about transitioning from Windows to a Mac, using iPhoto, creating home movies with iMovie, and connecting all those cool devices, like the iPhone or iPod, so you can maximize iTunes. Shows you how to browse the Web with Safari and use iCal to track appointments, and what to do if something should ever go wrong. Includes full-color, rich screen shots and illustrations as well as step-by-step instructions clearly explain how to get the most from your Mac.
📒Presto ✍ George Schindler
✏Presto Book Summary : Thirteen entertaining chapters and more than 100 helpful illustrations show beginners how to make objects disappear, conjure something from nothing, levitate, and perform other illusions. Readers will learn to master three kinds of magic — close-up, club and parlor, and stage magic — with advice on misdirection, presentation, routining, and showmanship.
📒Exploraciones ✍ Mary Ann Blitt
✏Exploraciones Book Summary : EXPLORACIONES transforms students into culturally competent Spanish speakers by providing learning strategies, systematic self-assessments, integration of the National Standards, and a focus on the practical purposes of language study. Created through a “student-tested, faculty-approved” review process with thousands of students and hundreds of faculty, this text is an engaging and accessible solution. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Beethoven S Piano Playing ✍ Franz Kullak
✏Beethoven s Piano Playing Book Summary : Originally written as an introduction to a critical edition of Beethoven's piano concertos, this informative performance guide provides general rules of performance and an essay on the execution of the trill.
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📒Futurist Typography And The Liberated Text ✍ Alan Bartram
✏Futurist Typography and the Liberated Text Book Summary : In the early decades of the twentieth century, European artists, poets, and designers called for the destruction of outdated assumptions about vision and language. Numerous manifestos resulted, demanding new artistic forms. None of these manifestos was more aggressive and poetic, or wider in scope than Filippo Tomasso Marinetti’s Futurist Manifesto of 1909. Painting, sculpture, literature, architecture, theatre, cinema, and music were all caught up in its net. Typography—until then a distant relative in the arts—also played a major role in Marinetti’s program. Written by leading design scholar Alan Bartram, this fascinating book examines the rise and evolution of the Futurists’ approach to typography and graphic design, placing it within the context of contemporary artistic and literary movements. The volume features examples of some eighty Futurist books or other designs for print, many of them relatively unknown or previously unpublished, accompanied by new translations of over twenty of the featured texts. Bartram illuminates the complicated meanings of the Futurist designers’ graphic works in order to provide a new understanding of their extraordinary and influential visual language.
📒Beethoven Forum ✍ Christopher Reynolds
✏Beethoven Forum Book Summary : This inaugural volume of Beethoven Forum presents the work of ten leading scholars who focus on an array of matters that clearly illustrate the vitality of current thought on Beethoven. Scott Burnham leads off the collection with a discussion of the reception of Beethoven's Third Symphony, the Eroica, a composition that continues to spur new interpretations. In succeeding chapters James Webster analyzes the formal sophistication of Beethoven's most influential and idiosyncratic creation, the last movement of his Ninth Symphony; Roger Kamien and William Kinderman examine piano sonatas; David Smyth and Richard Kramer investigate string quartets; Robert Freeman discusses his discovery of previously unknown cadenzas for Beethoven's piano concertos; Theodore Albrecht relates Beethoven's reading of Shakespeare to Beethoven's own life, and both to the "Tempest" Sonata; and Nicholas Marston uses Barry Cooper's recent work on Beethoven as the basis for a consideration of value of sketch studies. In an especially innovating article Julia Moore discusses the economic forces that shaped Beethoven's career. An annual series, Beethoven Forum will serve as an international venue for articles, notes, queries, critical exchanges, and reviews.
📒Presto Change O ✍ Nicholas Einhorn
✏Presto Change O Book Summary : Demonstrates how to perform magic tricks with glasses, napkins, utensils, straws, and string, and shows how to create the impression of reading minds and making predictions about future events.