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  • The New York Review of Books - Wiki Article Not to be confused with The New York Times Book Review. The New York Review of Books (or NYREV or NYRB) is a fortnightly magazine with articles on literature, culture and current affairs. Published ... The New York Review of Books - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: David Shankbone Image URL: ( Creative Commons ASA 3.0 )
  • Francis Poulenc - Sonata for Violin & Piano, I Sonata for violin & piano, FP 119 (1942-1943) I. Allegro con fuoco II. Intermezzo III. Presto tragico Yehudi Menuhin, violin Jacques Février, piano Francis Poulenc's Sonata for violin and piano was composed during 1942 and 1943 while his country was at war and its dedication is to the memory of a victim of a then-recent foreign conflict: Federico Garcia Lorca, the poet, who was slain during the Spanish Civil War. In these circumstances, even this most delightful of composers acquired a harder edge, as displayed immediately in the Allegro con fuoco first movement with a dark, jagged opening theme on the violin and percussive support on the piano. This theme, reminiscent of Poulenc's friend and model Igor Stravinsky, dominates the movement, providing the basis for both the quieter, melancholic passages, as well as further eruptions of rage. Emotions become more extreme as the movement goes on before it closes on an unexpected major chord. Tentative, repeated chords in the piano open the second movement, an "Intermezzo tres lent et calme"; the violin first enters with a pizzicato accompaniment reminiscent of guitar-plucking, then takes a short, pregnant lyrical phrase. Soon, these elements build up into a rapturous melodic interlude, with the violin's phrasing often recalling Spanish song in the work's only obvious reference to its dedicatee. After the lyrical rapture has risen and fallen, the piano enters with angular, unsettled chords that lead into an astringently ...
  • Francis Poulenc - Sonata for Violin & Piano, II Sonata for violin & piano, FP 119 (1942-1943) I. Allegro con fuoco II. Intermezzo III. Presto tragico Yehudi Menuhin, violin Jacques Février, piano Francis Poulenc's Sonata for violin and piano was composed during 1942 and 1943 while his country was at war and its dedication is to the memory of a victim of a then-recent foreign conflict: Federico Garcia Lorca, the poet, who was slain during the Spanish Civil War. In these circumstances, even this most delightful of composers acquired a harder edge, as displayed immediately in the Allegro con fuoco first movement with a dark, jagged opening theme on the violin and percussive support on the piano. This theme, reminiscent of Poulenc's friend and model Igor Stravinsky, dominates the movement, providing the basis for both the quieter, melancholic passages, as well as further eruptions of rage. Emotions become more extreme as the movement goes on before it closes on an unexpected major chord. Tentative, repeated chords in the piano open the second movement, an "Intermezzo tres lent et calme"; the violin first enters with a pizzicato accompaniment reminiscent of guitar-plucking, then takes a short, pregnant lyrical phrase. Soon, these elements build up into a rapturous melodic interlude, with the violin's phrasing often recalling Spanish song in the work's only obvious reference to its dedicatee. After the lyrical rapture has risen and fallen, the piano enters with angular, unsettled chords that lead into an astringently ...
  • "Hunger" Trailer Based on Nobel laureate Knut Hamsun's 1890 existentialist masterpiece, "Hunger", Joseph Culp stars as "Charlie Pontus", an out-of-work screenwriter who faces homelessness. Cursed with an almost saint-like selflessness he wanders the streets of Los Angeles trying to write a screenplay and seeking the love of a beautiful woman, "Ylayali" (Kathleen Luong). However, he is doomed to starvation unless studio producer "The Chief" (Robert Culp) will save him by buying his screenplay. "Powerful, compassionate and astringently funny." SF IndieFest "A shot on video wonder ... A champion!" San Francisco Examiner Official selection of CAMBOFEST 2007 - Film & Video Festival of Cambodia
  • PMH PMH, left college with an intense hatred for his tutor, distancing himself from art for years. Thankfully, he rediscovered his love with the emergence of street art, and began the influential Finders Keepers Crew, organising illegal street galleries in London, Milan and Barcelona. In 2007, after a stringently self-imposed art-exile, Tim emerged, showcasing his work at Madrid's 'Peel Slowly and See'. He has exhibited everywhere from Germany to New York to Australia and is currently working on his first London solo show.
  • Traditional Chinese painting backing 國畫裱褙 2 國畫大師倪汝霖老先生談國畫裱褙2 Traditional Chinese painting Master RuLin-Ni discussed that the traditional Chinese painting backing When develops the picture, the hair brush moistens the starch, middle brushes to two nearby, nearby two micro high, by this method, may draw the crew cut, if has the air, taps lightly with the hair brush, expels the air. In first time brushes the starch, another end flares-out, compares develops evenly. Usually first time brushes the starch, feels astringently. Must add again brushes second, third time, is very smooth to the feeling for on, brushes second, third time method, cannot look like the first time way, but cannot moisten too many starch. Beforehand, should cut the cotton paper, its side is bigger than the picture heart 1.5 centimeters respectively. 20101014 shutechen
  • Francis Poulenc - Sonata for Violin & Piano, III Sonata for violin & piano, FP 119 (1942-1943) I. Allegro con fuoco II. Intermezzo III. Presto tragico Yehudi Menuhin, violin Jacques Février, piano Francis Poulenc's Sonata for violin and piano was composed during 1942 and 1943 while his country was at war and its dedication is to the memory of a victim of a then-recent foreign conflict: Federico Garcia Lorca, the poet, who was slain during the Spanish Civil War. In these circumstances, even this most delightful of composers acquired a harder edge, as displayed immediately in the Allegro con fuoco first movement with a dark, jagged opening theme on the violin and percussive support on the piano. This theme, reminiscent of Poulenc's friend and model Igor Stravinsky, dominates the movement, providing the basis for both the quieter, melancholic passages, as well as further eruptions of rage. Emotions become more extreme as the movement goes on before it closes on an unexpected major chord. Tentative, repeated chords in the piano open the second movement, an "Intermezzo tres lent et calme"; the violin first enters with a pizzicato accompaniment reminiscent of guitar-plucking, then takes a short, pregnant lyrical phrase. Soon, these elements build up into a rapturous melodic interlude, with the violin's phrasing often recalling Spanish song in the work's only obvious reference to its dedicatee. After the lyrical rapture has risen and fallen, the piano enters with angular, unsettled chords that lead into an astringently ...