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  • Ballast Cleaner Track ballast forms the trackbed upon which railway railroad ties are laid. It is packed between, below, and around the ties. It is used to help the drainage of water, to distribute the load from the railroad ties, and to keep down vegetation that might interfere with the track structure. This also serves to hold the track in place as the trains roll by. It is typically made of crushed stone, although ballast has sometimes consisted of other, less suitable materials. The term "ballast" comes from a nautical term for the stones used to stabilize a ship. A ballast cleaner is a machine that specializes in cleaning the railway track ballast of impurities. Over time, ballast becomes worn, and loses its angularity, becoming rounded. This hinders the tessellation of pieces of ballast with one another, and thus reduces its effectiveness. Fine pieces of granite, like sand, are also created by attrition, known simply as "fines". Combined with water in the ballast, these fines stick together, making the ballast like a lump of concrete. This hinders both track drainage and the flexibility of the ballast to constrain the track as it moves under traffic. Ballast cleaning removes this worn ballast, screens it and replaces the "dirty" worn ballast with fresh ballast. The advantage of ballast cleaning is that it can be done by an on-track machine without removing the rail and sleepers, and it is therefore cheaper than a total excavation. A cutter bar runs beneath sleeper level excavating ...
  • Jazz Lesson 2 This a new lick (the 1 chord 'lick') still in the key of Eb. I show you how to use this line over two common progressions and throw away some myths. Again, no scales/modes mentioned...just positions. I break down everything and make it understandable. Hope you enjoy it and play it.
  • Hematovore - A Fit of Unjustified Angularity A track from 1998's self-released CD "Out for Blood", accompanied by a clip from "Microcosmos" (Claude Nuridsany and Marie Perennou, directors).
  • The Pauses - "Hands Up": SXSW 2012 Showcasing Artist Despite amassing a following, scene status, and praise from regional press right out of the gate, Orlando indie-rock band The Pauses release their debut album A Cautionary Tale after only about, oh, TWO YEARS of existence. The official excuse is something about wanting do to things "properly." So they saved money through a successful Kickstarter campaign (a marvel since their fans' bank accounts have a perfectly inverse relationship with their obvious wealth in taste) and headed up to Baltimore to record their proper debut at Magpie Cage Studios with the legendary J. Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines), even enlisting three-quarters of the dude's own band. His wife, too? Sure, why not. Produced, engineered, and mixed by Robbins, mastered by TJ Lipple (Aloha) and featuring guest appearances from members of Deleted Scenes, Office of Future Plans and Channels, A Cautionary Tale is an exercise in complexion and combination, a world where guitars are BFFs with synthesizers, horns, bells, and ukuleles. Simply put, The Pauses got mad range, often in the same song. Rooted in the dynamics and ethos of '90s indie rock, their sound is a balancing act between rock and electronics, airiness and heft, suppleness and angularity. An album that you can explore without losing your core. So, with appropriately twirly hand motion, we introduce The Pauses: Tierney Tough (vocals, Rhodes, bass) Jason Kupfer (ukulele, Rhodes, piano, guitar, footbells, electronics) Nathan Chase (percussion, drums)
  • GD&T Tip from Tec-Ease - Angularity Doesn't Locate GD&T Tip features Don Day of Tec-Ease as he answers questions Angularity and Profile of a Surface. For more GD&T tips, Training and Materials, visit www.tec-
  • Jazz Lesson 3 One more mini lesson before I compile what I have into a combo lesson. This idea of woodshedding small incremental ideas (positions!!) is how you learn to ultimately play. Scales don't mean anything. They explain what already sounds good....not the other way around. Hope you enjoy this quick lesson as well. Start experimenting!!
  • Mutiny On The Bounty - "Cruz Candelaria": SXSW 2011 Showcasing Artist MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY has seen the light of day in april 2004. Their sound can be described as urgent, straight mathy, time-signature-laden indierock with post *** appeal, combining organic angularity with a taste for captivating melodies. Bands like At The Drive-In, Minus The Bear, The Fall Of Troy, The Blood Brothers and North Of America may cross your mind when you listen to their sound. They love the epic, the sombre, the tragic, the geekship and the hispano flair. On stage MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY is a force to reckon. They have played about 300 shows since their inception, of which they shared stages with Coheed And Cambria, Cancer Bats, Maps And Atlases, Engine Down, Portugal The Man, These Arms Are Snakes, Russian Circles, Pelican, 65 Days Of Static, Sleeping People, This Will Destroy You, Fear Before The March Of Flames, Dead Meadows, The End, Red Sparowes, Callisto, 31 Knots, Akimbo in countries such as England, Scotland, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Germany, France, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic and Luxembourg.
  • Natural Face Lift with Local Anesthesia Orange County Natural Face Lift: The premier facial plastic surgeon in Orange County,California is pleased to introduce his latest breakthrough in facial rejuvenation: The Natural Lift. This procedure is truly the new generation of high definition facial rejuvenation without the costs and prolonged recovery associated with a traditional facelift. The Natural Lift was designed by board certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Kevin Sadati to improve the laxity of jowls, cheeks, and loose neck (turkey neck). Aging alters the body in many ways, but nowhere are these harsh realities as visible as on the face. Coupled with the sun's damaging rays, the aging process coarsens the texture of the skin, diminishes its youthful layer of fatty tissue, and causes the angularity of the face to be lost. As the skin makes its downward descent off the cheeks, jaw, and neck, it pouches into unsightly bags and overhanging jowls. These outward signs often generate comments about tiredness and questions of sadness that really belie your inner vitality. These aging changes tend to make people look older than they feel- what they see in the mirror is not consistent with what they feel. Many baby boomers that are still working as well as those who are retired feel young in heart and full of life, but face these dilemmas of aging on a regular basis. Dr. Sadati's Natural Lift procedure can help counter this generalized facial sagging and gives the face a more rested and youthful appearance. Natural ...
  • Fine Aggregate Angularity
  • Charles-Valentin Alkan - Trois Etudes de Bravoure Op. 16 (Tre Scherzi) - III: Prestissimo *Quotes taken from Ronald Smith* "An explosive compound of pedantry, daring and genius makes the last Scherzo, in B minor, one of Alkan's most extraordinary creations. Like the 'Scherzo Diabolico' from Op. 39 it goes at a blood-curdling prestissimo in 3/4 time, its impetuous progress punctuated by an incursive 2/4 bar; a warning of things to come." "It continues with exciting sequences and some wildly improbable modulations. A richly polyphonic episode in B major promises a trio and it is not only in its key that it foreshadows the trio in Chopin's B minor Sonata of 1844. This is in fact, a false alarm for we are soon involved in further developments of the opening rhythm and the quaver derivative. Now comes the fulfilment of that intrusive 2/4 bar as we are hustled into the real trio, a fleet-footed prestissisamente with two of its 2/8 bars equal to one 3/4 (or 2/4) bar of the preceding scherzo section. The abrupt changes of register add an almost Schoenbergian angularity." "A bravura climax invokes the following remarkable rhythmic conjunction... (Ex: given) .. followed by a still more bizarre augmentation as the opening motif makes fitful attempts to gain a foothold, fails and makes way for a return of the Chopinesque episode in C major. Undeterred by a momentary threat from the 2/8 trio and a nudge or two from the quaver derivative it finds its way back to the 'correct' key of B major. The ensuing development now becomes afflicted by a whole rash of 2/8 contradictions ...
  • Freejack - Angularity (Original Mix) HD
  • Principles That Makes My Engine SUPER-EFFICIENT ( Part 4 , please read below) Side Pressure results from the angularity of the connecting rod. Internal Combustion Engine by Mallev. MODEL 1 shows that angularity between the cylinder wall & piston ( as shown by black pointer and black line) will cause the con-rod to tilt. Tilt of con-rod results pressure against the piston & cylinder wall resulting to great amount of friction. MODEL 2A shows an idea to eliminate large amount of friction between cylinder wall & piston. The piston's force must be parallel always with the con-rod length from Top dead Center to Bottom Dead Center. MODEL 2B can accomplish MODEL 2A idea. MODEL 3 is almost equal with MODEL 2B in the purpose of eliminating great amount of friction between cylinder wall & piston.
  • Freejack - Angularity 2002 2002 Combined Forces
  • CALIBRATION AND CHECKING.mp4 Angularity checking in a yoke shaft. Project done in mahindra sona, nashik by sagar, bhushan, ameya, sameer. a gauge was designed which would check if the angularity ie offset of the plane containing diametrically opposite splines and plane containing yoke shaft axis is within permisible limits which was giveen to us 1.3 TIR
  • Kira Seamon's Choreography: Magic Worm Choreographed by Kira Seamon and performed by Carina, Rachel and others at the Choreographic Conference in June of 2009. This was a choreographic exercise based on 3 assigned words. My words were: slither, angularity and intricate. (Other restrictions applied. The exercise sought to challenge the choreographer to bring maximum creativity to minimal starting material.) Highly popular piece includes live piano accompaniment by the Music Director.
  • All In This was a film shot for my Directing for Camera class. This is a multi-angularity exercise where you use different angles to convey tension. This was shot with a Canon 7D. This was directed and edited by Ishu Krishna, shot by Isaac Nejako, and stars Mike Blejer. JW Crump, Angela Afentakis, Ryan Gillis, Nayab Hussain, and Matt Melnicoff.
  • Herculaneum - Live @ Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY (2012-01-06): Part 1 Great show this was!!! Dylan Ryan (drums, vibraphone) Nick Broste (trombone) David McDonnell (alto saxophone) Nate Lepine (tenor saxophone) Patrick Newbery (trumpet) Greg Danek (contrabass) Hallwalls' Event Page Description ( ): "What began as drummer Dylan Ryan's side project between Icy Demons and Michael Columbia has, over four recordings, evolved into something of a Chicago mainstay. The Beefheartian angularity of the early records has given way to post-fusion Wayne Shorter style soloing over heavier Afro rhythms. The stripped down rhythm section of bass and drums allows plenty of space for the four-horn frontline to paint fluidly over the grooves. Over the past three years, these gentlemen have been seen jamming with the likes of everyone from indie big dogs Wilco, TV On The Radio, Cursive and Broken Social Scene, to east coast free-form fire-breathers Daniel Carter and Paul Flaherty. Somehow, six of the busiest players in Chicago found the time to record their fourth record, Olives & Orchids." This concert was the headliner for ARTVOICE's "See You There!" listings of top entertainment attractions for the week of January 5 to 10. ARTVOICE Event Description ( ): "What do the words prosecco, Italian ice, and Venice beach grass have in common? Other than their Italian-made themes, these are the song titles of Chicago based prog-jazz band Herculaneum (also the name of an ancient Italian city lost to the same volcanic eruption that ...
  • Herculaneum - Live @ Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY (2012-01-06): Part 2 Great show this was!!! Dylan Ryan (drums, vibraphone) Nick Broste (trombone) David McDonnell (alto saxophone) Nate Lepine (tenor saxophone) Patrick Newbery (trumpet) Greg Danek (contrabass) Hallwalls' Event Page Description ( ): "What began as drummer Dylan Ryan's side project between Icy Demons and Michael Columbia has, over four recordings, evolved into something of a Chicago mainstay. The Beefheartian angularity of the early records has given way to post-fusion Wayne Shorter style soloing over heavier Afro rhythms. The stripped down rhythm section of bass and drums allows plenty of space for the four-horn frontline to paint fluidly over the grooves. Over the past three years, these gentlemen have been seen jamming with the likes of everyone from indie big dogs Wilco, TV On The Radio, Cursive and Broken Social Scene, to east coast free-form fire-breathers Daniel Carter and Paul Flaherty. Somehow, six of the busiest players in Chicago found the time to record their fourth record, Olives & Orchids." This concert was the headliner for ARTVOICE's "See You There!" listings of top entertainment attractions for the week of January 5 to 10. ARTVOICE Event Description ( ): "What do the words prosecco, Italian ice, and Venice beach grass have in common? Other than their Italian-made themes, these are the song titles of Chicago based prog-jazz band Herculaneum (also the name of an ancient Italian city lost to the same volcanic eruption that ...
  • Track bowling introduces the new 508A Two years into the Track numbering system of naming balls, they've finally hit their stride with the new 508A. Designed to be an improved version of the 505A released Oct. 21, 2009, the new 508A takes the performance of the 505A and adds new technology to make it even more successful. Creating the right ball is a blend of core, cover and finish, and the 508A is no different. With the 508A, the engineers at Track were able to take the best part of two different balls and make an even better ball. One of the most popular cores used by Track was the Legion core, used in the 607A SE. The 607A SE was one of the most popular balls track has released in recent history, blowing Track sales records off the charts. When you've got a core this great, why wouldn't you use it again? Track has taken the 607A's Legion core and tweaked it slightly to make a better match with the new coverstock. Speaking of the coverstock, the 505A featured the MP GEN3 cover, with a new performance pearl additive which helped in making the ball so angular. "We wanted to experiment a bit and see what the 505A's cover would do on the Legion core," said Ron Hickland, Ball Design Engineering Manager at Track. "We knew we had a great core, and a great cover, so it only made sense to put the two together. Changing the color added another dimension to the chemical properties of the cover." As a result, the 508A's all-new MP GEN 4 Pearl coverstock is so strong that it's actually stronger off the spot than its ...
  • 2011 Koenigsegg Agera As if we didn't have enough to look forward to at next week's Geneva Motor Show, the exotic-obsessive folks over at GTSpirit have secured the first images of Koenigsegg's latest masterpiece ahead of its debut, and the Agera looks every bit as potent as its predecessors. It's obvious that Koenigsegg didn't want to mess with a winning formula, so the Agera is more of an evolution of the CCXs that came before it, with a similar greenhouse and the same dimensions (169-inches long, 78.6-inches wide and 44.1-inches tall) as the outgoing supercar. The new front and rear fascias ditch some of the aging angularity of the previous iterations, and the new LED headlamps and hood are decidedly more organic than its predecessors. Nestled within the carbon fiber and aluminum honeycomb chassis lies the same 4.7-liter V8 as the CCX, but output has increased to 910 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque, allowing the 2832-pound Agera to hit 62 mph in 3.1 seconds and top out at over 242 mph. And as Koenigsegg has learned over the last 10 years, it's all about the little things. In addition to the bespoke sequential gearbox and carbon ceramic brakes, the exhaust is made entirely of Inconell, the fuel tanks are mounted on either side to optimize weight and balance, and the carbon fiber and kevlar body work, combined with the flat underbody tray, allow the Agera to produce 661 pounds of downforce at 155 mph. Oh, and there's custom luggage too. According to GTSpirit, Koenigsegg only plans to ...
  • Over 100 MPG New technology using innovative rod/crankshaft linkage increases piston dwell allowing more time for combustion to provide remarkable fuel economy benefits. Also: • 25% more power • more complete combustion reduces emissions 70% • diesel engines especially like the extra piston dwell • 10% mechanical advantage & 65% less rod angularity • more than 20% energy savings for compressors
  • Mark Alburger - Diabolic Varitations: ***II Mark Alburger's Diabolic Variations: ***II (Op. 130, 2005) - Angular abbreviated double fugue on Thomas of Celano's Dies Irae (Day of Wrath) and Ludwig van Beethoven's Diabelli Variations (Video alteration from February 1, 2011)
  • napptural hair Don Imus called the Rutgers basketball team "nappy headed ho's" and this racist/***ist remark revealed, among other things, Mr. Imus' deployment of Western standards of beauty to legitimize his televised ridicule of African-American hair style and hair texture. This short documentary, however, is not about Don Imus per se. Rather this film is based on the assumption that all societal notions of beauty are socially constructed and ,therefore, they can be contested, scrutinized, undermined, subverted, challenged, reformulated and recalibrated to better reflect the black and brown faces of the American melting pot. From permed hair to afros, braids, corn rows and dred locks, this short documentary hopes to stimulate more inter-racial discussions about the aesthetics and politics of African-American hair style and hair texture. A short doc film by R. Concepcion on the politics and aesthetics of Afircan American hair style and texture. In terms of ideological framework , this short film practices the concept of reflexivity of Jewish Soviet filmmaker Academy-Awards Dziga Vertov (Denis Kaufman) in his 1929 documentary MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA sharing his belief that dialectically exposing the audience to the physical presence of the camera apparatus, unconventional editing and the camera operator vis a vis continuity editing (eg master shot discipline, separation shots, parallel action, multi-angularity, familiar image, moving camera, slow disclosure, orchestration,) demystifies ...
  • Mark Alburger - Some Stuff: VI. Pastoral Adagio Mark Alburger's Some Stuff for Mixed Quintet: VI. Pastoral Adagio (Op. 16, 1979) - Folk blues interrupted by angularity, pentatonicism, and Charles Ivesian quotation of Oh Shenandoah, the Baroque melody associated with Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones, and Deep Purple's Smoke on the Water (Video alteration from October 9, 2010)
  • 90 degrees 90 Degrees by François Roisin et al (2005) Abstract environments, a character breathlessly chasing after its own head, and more cool lighting, angularity and stylised animation than you're likely to find in any other student short: François Roisin, Raphaël Martinez-Bachel and Jules Janaud's 90 Degrees has it all. Co-creators Janaud and Roisin have since teamed with Fabrice Le Nezet to form Bif, a collective operating within The Mill's Soho base. www.bif-/90.html
  • Chris Bangle on Supercars at the Geneva motor show 2011.mov Chris Bangle talks to Car Design News Editor Eric Gallina about his views on Supercars at the 2011 Geneva motor show
  • GD&T Tip from Tec-Ease - Angularity Does Not Locate - Use Profile of a Surface This GD&T Tip created by Tec-Ease talks about Angularity and Profile of a Surface. For more GD&T Tips visit www.tec-
  • angularity.mp4 Inspection methods for complex machined parts.
  • JACK BUTLER - HIT IT OUT THE PARK,SON Single released April 13th 2009, from their debut album 'Fit the paradigm', released April 27th 2009. From the startling drum roll of the opening few seconds on first track, 'Hit It Out The Park,Son' (the album's second single - released 13/4/09), its evident that Jack Butler are a discernible force to be reckoned with. The Stirling-based four-piece are set to cement their status as one of the freshest bands in Scotland with the release of their long awaited debut album 'Fit the Paradigm'. First single, 'Are You A Hustler?' has been paving the way for a grand reception by garnering encouraging reviews - calling it, a riotous fanfare of electrics and pulsing drum beats that punctuate the air like heavy rain on a tin roof,as well as enjoying airplay on Sky TV's Soccer AM and on Radio One. Harking back to the early post-punk of the 1980s, previous single, 'Boy Vs Beast' is a highly original slice of art-funk with infectious guitars, dynamic bass and powerful hooks. In contrast, 'Just Fit The Paradigm' is a quirky, despairing pastiche of the generic nature of ***age life, music and consumerism layered over deeply textured guitar-work and a brass refrain. The angularity of the guitars often attracts comparisons to fellow Scots rockers Franz Ferdinand and Orange Juice but there is something far more colourful to the arrangements 'He Got No Game' is a shrewd, jagged-edged confrontation. Other tracks such as 'Velvet Prose' and 'Lets Testify' exemplify a soulful and ...
  • MURIEL_Title02.mpg An example of Multi-Angularity from the opening scene of Alain Resnais's Muriel
  • Minster E4H Four-Point Presses Series E4H HeviStamper Presses Precision Four-Point Presses 880-1650 Tons Capacity Up to 80 SPM Better Accuracy By Design • Only Minster uses link--driven eccentrics eliminating generous tolerances and problems with manufacturing and timing of gear teeth often associated with eccentric gear driven presses. In addition, gib clearances are reduced; and angularity and parallelism are improved, resulting in improved dynamic accuracy, part quality, and improved die life. Ability to Stamp High Tensile Material • The overall rigidity and improved stiffness of the E4H result in a 100 percent higher reverse load/snap thru rating than typical four-point presses. Better Stopping Time • The E4H utilizes a patented hydraulic clutch/brake unit giving the user three to four times better stopping time (enhancing in-die sensing), better single stroking rates, and zero backlash. Quick Lift Slide (Another Feature Exclusive to Minster) • This feature enables quick and easy access to the die area for inspection, material threading, jam clearing; and it eliminates the need for hydraulic tie rod nuts. Faster Speeds • The Minster E4H will run faster than any other four-point press ~ period.
  • Habbo Insiders Interview:Angularity Today we have a talk with Angularity who is also very wealthy in the hotel but his account has been banned :(
  • Matt Malsky --To Have Done With ---- Roger Lebow, cello. 19th Annual Ussachevsky Festival At its essence, To Have Done With is theatrical, a malleable character facing adversity. At the beginning, the cellist represents a self--assured, articulate, and resolute voice that is (musically) stable. Over the course of this piece, this solitary, live performer must navigate through a dense, often chaotic swirling soundscape composed of diverse audio fragments: Artaud screaming and banging in the stairway of his apartment flat; random spoken phrases from Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape, the sounds of reel--to--reel tape recorders and other machines, individual musical instrument notes, breaking glass, an Edith Piaf torch song, and several hundred other bits of found audio. Gradually, the cello becomes more tentative, and plays less thematically coherent music. The external world, portrayed by the computer, consists of some pre-determined sounds, and some that are only activated in response to the loudness of the cello. In the final section, "La Vie En Rose," the cellist regains his/her composure, though transfigured by experience. --Matt Malsky Matthew Malsky's compositional style is characterized by its rhythmic vitality, dramatically crafted gestures, melodic angularity, and irony. His music has been described as economical and elegant in both its technical and intellectual rigor, and in the way cutting-edge electronics are fully integrated with live performance. Malsky's compositions speak with intensity, seriousness and an underlying inquisitiveness about the ...
  • 100 mpg Car New technology for car, motorcycle, boat and all engines. Uses new technology for rod/crankshaft linkage to increase piston dwell allowing more time for combustion. Provides substantial fuel economy increases while reducing emissions 70%. 10-15% more power, 65% less rod angularity and 10% mechanical advantage. More than 20% energy savings for AC compressors. Visit for details
  • Columbia 300 Ransom Columbia 300 unchains the RANSOM as the latest edition to its upper-mid performance bowling ball line. The Ransom combines a "modified" core from the popular PURE PHYSICS HP ball and a "pearlized" version of the SUPER TILT coverstock to provide the best upper-mid performance ball on the market. The core and coverstock combination will allow for greater control through the front part of the lane and a burst of energy down-lane, creating unparalleled angularity on the back end.
  • Painting the Dramatic Portrait "Painting the Dramatic Portrait" April 11-13, 2011 Location: Studio Armusik, Hamburg, PA $650 USD During three intensive eight-hour days you will learn the principles essential in transform flat shapes into fully dimensional forms, understanding the importance of angularity and creating a strong sense of light essential to a dramatic portrait in this class. Students concentrate in this lesson on creating the portrait using a moderately limited palette of traditional colors to create accurate value calibrations. Eric will instruct each student to focus with confidence on structure, anatomy, proportion, light direction, edge conditions, contrast and overall subtle qualities necessary to make a good portrait an extraordinary one. This portrait painting workshop you will learn to achieve these subtleties using opaque and semi-opaque paint in the light and shadow areas. Students will develop painting skills such as scumbling, feathering, and transparent glazing to create finished work quickly. Overall, the course will prepare students to create beautiful work in a compressed schedule (a quality many in-demand portrait artists must adapt to at a moment's notice.) A great course for artists of all levels. Questions? Send an email to [email protected]
  • Maurice Ravel - Trois Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé, song cycle for voice & ensemble (or piano) (1913) Marie-Thérèse Escribano Ensemble Friedrich Cerha In a 1927 interview, Maurice Ravel said of the symbolist poet Stéphane Mallarmé that he "exorcised our language, like the magician that he was. He has released the winged thoughts, the unconscious daydreams from their prison." Mallarmé had been an immense influence on a variety of artists, including Ravel, who had set his first Mallarmé poem, Sainte, in 1896 and returned to the poet's work in 1913 with the Trois poèmes. Around that time Ravel had heard Igor Stravinsky's Trois poésies de la lyrique japonaise (1912-1913), and was particularly impressed by Stravinsky's arrangement, in which the singer was backed by an ensemble of piano, string quartet, two flutes, and two clarinets. Stravinsky, in turn, had been much influenced by Arnold Schoenberg's notorious Pierrot lunaire (1912), with its similar instrumentation. On completing his songs, which employed the same instrumental layout as Stravinsky's, Ravel envisioned what he called a "scandalous concert," featuring his songs along with Stravinsky's and Schoenberg's. That concert did take place, although with songs by Maurice Delage replacing the Schoenberg, under the auspices of the Société Musicale Indépendante on January 14, 1914. Soprano Jane Bathori, one of the best known French singers of her day, was featured, along with an ensemble conducted by Désiré-Emile Inghelbrecht. The increasing ...
  • Andrew Imbrie, String Quartet No. 1 in B flat iii. Maestoso - Allegro molto Andrew Imbrie, a prolific composer and influential teacher best known for his harmonically rugged but appealingly lyrical 1976 opera, Angle of Repose, and for a rich catalog of chamber, vocal and symphonic scores, died on Wednesday at his home in Berkeley, Calif. He was 86. His death was announced by Robert Commanday, the retired chief music critic of The San Francisco Chronicle, a longtime friend. Mr. Imbrie was part of the generation of composers who came of age when tonality had fallen from favor, and his music is strongly influenced by search for a new post-tonal language. Throughout his career, his works have used dissonance dramatically rather than harshly, and if his themes were often shaped with the angularity that was the common accent of mid-20th century composition, they typically had an intensity that listeners heard as passionate and direct rather than merely spiky. In his Requiem, for example, composed in 1984 after the sudden death of his younger son, John H. Imbrie, the writing for solo soprano, chorus and orchestra is energetic, assertive and often angry, but its most vehement moments illuminate the tension between the traditional Requiem text and the poetry by William Blake, George Herbert and John Donne that he interspersed between the Latin movements. Other works, like the Serenade for Flute, Viola and Piano (1952) and the Dream Sequence (1986), use gentle timbres, graceful themes and rich, inventive counterpoint to create a sense of magical ...
  • Slint - (1991) - Good Morning Captain Artist: Slint Album: Spiderland Release Date: 1991 Label: Touch & Go More known for its frequent name-checks than its actual music, Spiderland remains one of the most essential and chilling releases in the mumbling post-rock arena. Even casual listeners will be able to witness an experimental power-base that the American underground has come to treasure. Indeed, the lumbering quiet-loud motif has been lifted by everybody from Lou Barlow to Mogwai, the album's emotional gelidity has done more to move away from prog-rock mistakes than almost any of the band's subsequent disciples, and it's easy to hear how the term "Slint dynamics" has become an indie categorization of its own. Most interestingly, however, is how even a seething angularity to songs like "Nosferatu Man" (disquieting, vampirish stop-starts) or "Good Morning, Captain" (a murmuring nod to "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner") certainly signaled the beginning of the end for the band. Recording was intense, traumatic, and one more piece of evidence supporting the theory that band members had to be periodically institutionalized during the completion of the album. Spiderland remains, though, not quite the insurmountable masterpiece its reputation may suggest. Brian McMahan softly speaks/screams his way through the asphyxiated music and too often evokes strangled pity instead of outright empathy. Which probably speaks more about the potential dangers of pretentious post-rock than the frigid musical climate of the ...
  • Marposs 3DSI - Software for in-machine three-dimensional part inspection Marposs 3D Shape Inspector (3DSI) is measurement software for PCs with Windows operating systems. It allows both mold makers and mass production machine shops, to turn their own machining center or milling machine into a virtual CMM. This enables in-process measurement and verification of the accuracy of the machined shape without removing it from the machine. 3DSI makes it possible to check sculptured surfaces, one-dimensional, two-dimensional and tri-dimensional geometrical elements, as well as geometrical and dimensional tolerances (GD&T) such as concentricity, parallelism, angularity, etc., which up to now were the prerogative of CMMs only MARPOSS SpA 40010 BENTIVOGLIO (BO) - ITALY Via Saliceto, 13 Tel. +39 051 899111 Fax +39 051 899525
  • 2.72 Spindle Housing Angularity/Concentricity Alignment
  • Track 607A Bowling Ball Why a 6 series ball? Track's R&D Department developed the 607ASE specifically positioned between the 505A and 715A, presenting a level of performance that bowlers are looking for, right between the two. The core is a modified version of the Legion core used in the Track Temper. Extreme Angularity is the strength of the "SE6" GEN1 coverstock, making this ball a dynamic choice for the oil patterns in typical house shots most competitive league bowlers face. Get it now, because there won't be another 6 for some time.