PC World Magazine July 2009
English | 112 pages | PDF | 36,47 mb

52 Simple Ways to Manage Your Money

Judith A. Martindale, Mary J. Moses, "52 Simple Ways to Manage Your Money : A Weekly Journal & Workbook to Help You Take Real Control of Your Money"
iUniverse.com | 1994 | ISBN: 1583484566 | 224 pages | PDF | 7,8 MB

Take the fear out of managing your money!

Finally, a book that reveals easy-to-use methods for evalutating and controlling your finances! Make financial control painless. Through a better understanding of your feelings and attitudes toward money, you can gain financial freedom. Learn how your feelings about money can prevent you from reaching your goals.

Each two-part chapter describes an investment or common financial problem. After providing tips and techniques for success, the book invites you to explore whatever is preventing you from moving ahead.

Chapters include tips on how to raise your consciousness about money, goal setting and budgeting, and guidance when selecting a financial advisor or buying life insurance. 52 Simple Ways to Manage Your Money is a practical, systematic workbook that motivates readers to take steps necessary to ensure a sound financial future.

You've worked hard for your money. It's time to let your money work hard for you.

Personal Finance for Dummies (Audio Cassette) AUDIO BOOK

Eric Tyson (Author), Newman Stephen (Narrator)
«Personal Finance for Dummies (Audio Cassette) AUDIO BOOK»

HarperAudio | ISBN: 978-0694516667 , 069451666X | (March 1, 1996) | mp3 | 64 Kbps | 40.5 MB | English

Book Description

Of course you work for your money. The question is, does your money workfor you? You know you owe it to yourself and your family to make the bestpossible fiscal decisions. So why aren't you managing your money better?Perhaps you think that you don't have enough extra cash to bother learningmore about money management (a common myth). or maybe phrases such as "mutualfunds,""long-term bonds," "annuities," and "whole lifevs. term" make your head spin.

For all those people who don't know the difference between the commoditiesmarket and the supermarket, here is expert and trustworthy advice from afinancial counselor and lecturer who speaks your language. Cutting throughthe jungle of statistical complexity, Personal Finance for Dummiesshows you how to make easy work of your own finances, no matter what yourincome or experience level. Greater return for your money, with less anxiety-- that's a bargain if we ever heard one.

Discover how to

    * Set priorities and stick to them
    * Avoid identity theft and scams
    * Make smart investments
    * Protect what you?ve earned
    * Identify the best resources

Book Info

Provides information needed to take control of finances, cut taxes, and achieve your financial goals. Discusses how to assess your financial situation, reduce spending and debt, and build wealth with wise investments. Softcover. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the Publisher

With more than one million copies of previous editions in print, Personal Finance For Dummies is the #1 bestselling ...For Dummies consumer title ever. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Back Cover Copy

"By far, the best book I have read on financial planning." Althea Thompson, PBS Nightly Business Report "Detailed, action-oriented advice… A standout personal finance primer." Kristin Davis, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Praise for Personal Finance For Dummies® "Among my favorite financial guides." — The Wall Street Journal "Tyson doesn't tell you what to do or consider doing without explaining the hows and whys — and the booby traps to avoid—in plain English." — Chicago Tribune "Smart advice…. Rewards your candor with advice and comfort." — Newsweek

Wall Street Journal bestseller — over 1 million copies in print!

Expert advice now completely updated

Do you have trouble identifying and managing your financial priorities? Are you confused by today's investment options? Relax! This friendly guide, now updated with new advice on Internet resources, gives you just the information you need to take control of your finances, cut your tax bill, and achieve your financial goals.

About the Author

Eric Tyson first became interested in money more than three decades ago. After his father was laid off during the 1973 recession and received some retirement money from Philco-Ford, Eric worked with his dad to make investing decisions with the money. A couple years later, Eric won his high school’s science fair with a project on what influences the stock market. Dr. Martin Zweig, who provided some guidance, awarded Eric a one-year subscription to the Zweig Forecast, a famous investment newsletter. Of course, Eric’s mom and dad share some credit with Martin for Eric’s victory.
After toiling away for a number of years as a management consultant to Fortune 500 financial-service firms, Eric finally figured out how to pursue his dream. He took his inside knowledge of the banking, investment, and insurance industries and committed himself to making personal financial management accessible to all.
Today, Eric is an internationally acclaimed and bestselling personal finance book author, syndicated columnist, and speaker. He has worked with and taught people from all financial situations, so he knows the financial concerns and questions of real folks just like you. Despite being handicapped by an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a B.S. in Economics and Biology from Yale University, Eric remains a master of “keeping it simple.” An accomplished personal finance writer, his “Investor’s Guide” syndicated column, distributed by King Features, is read by millions nationally, and he was an award-winning columnist for the San Francisco Examiner. He is the author of five national bestselling financial books in the For Dummies series on personal finance, investing, mutual funds, home buying (coauthor), and taxes (coauthor). The prior edition of this book was awarded the Benjamin Franklin Award for best book of the year in the Business category.
His latest book, Mind Over Money: Your Path to Wealth and Happiness (CDS/Perseus), examines the problematic financial habits people engage in and provides proven strategies for overcoming them.
Eric’s work has been featured and quoted in hundreds of local and national publications, including Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, Parenting, Money, Family Money, and Bottom Line/Personal; on NBC’s Today Show, ABC, CNBC, PBS Nightly Business Report, CNN, and FOX-TV; and on CBS national radio, NPR’s Sound Money, Bloomberg Business Radio, and Business Radio Network.


Money For Content and Your Clicks For Free: Turning Web Sites, Blogs, and Podcasts Into Cash

J. D. Frazer "Money For Content and Your Clicks For Free: Turning Web Sites, Blogs, and Podcasts Into Cash"
Wiley | 2005-11-21 | ISBN: 047174753X | 240 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Want to make money from your creativity? Here's how

If you're a blogger or podcaster, an artist or musician, or someone who creates any other type of online content and dream of earning income from your creative efforts, you have endless options on the Internet. But to seize them, you must become part businessperson—a creative entrepreneur. If that thought intimidates you, you're not alone.

JD Frazer has been there, and he shares with you everything you must know about syndication, advertising, branding, merchandising, copyright protection, ethical considerations, how to attract consumers, and more. If you want to earn a living from what you create, here's what you need to do:

Make wise decisions that protect your intellectual property and your interests
Approach the subject of paying for content without alienating your audience
Understand the realities of self-syndication
Weigh the advantages and disadvantages of membership features on your Web site
Learn how branding and merchandising apply to your art
Be prepared for fame as well as anonymity, and the hazards of both
Recognize the ethical balance that exists between creator and consumer
Explore online resources that assist the creative entrepreneur


Susan Gunelius, “Google Blogger For Dummies”

Susan Gunelius, “Google Blogger For Dummies”
For Dummies | 2009 | ISBN: 0470407425 | 384 pages | PDF | 7,7 MB

Are you bemused by blogs? Eager to become a blogger? Google Blogger For Dummies can help you start blogging sooner than you think.

More than 14 million people are promoting a business, connecting with family and friends, and sharing opinions with Google Blogger. This book helps you start a Blogger account, create content, build an audience, make money from your blog, and more, all without learning to program. You’ll be able to:
Learn the parts of a blog, what Blogger does, and how to choose goals and blog topics
Choose a domain name, learn to use the dashboard, pick a template, and configure settings
Dress up your blog with themes and find out where to get plenty of free ones
Learn blogging etiquette and some secrets for long-term success
Make money from your blog with Google Adsense, contextual and text link ads, and merchandising with CafePress
Set up multi-user blogs or branch into mobile blogging, podcasting, or video blogging
Take advantage of social networking sites and learn simple search engine optimization techniques
Maintain your blog with tools like Blog This! and Quick Edit
Moderate comments effectively, track your stats, and more

Google Blogger is a great choice for beginning bloggers, and Google Blogger For Dummies gives you the know-how to venture confidently into the blogosphere.

Blogger Adsense Guide

Blogger Adsense Guide
Publisher: McGraw-Hill | ISBN: N/A | edition 2008 | PDF | 96 pages | 2,7 mb

The Future Of Blogs & Why You Need To Act Now - You're going to discover where the future of blogs is headed, why you need to act now and how you are actually doing yourself a big favor even if you throw up a ugly blog!
Setup Like A Breezy Afternoon - I realize that you don't want to learn complicated software, site programming or any of that other confusing stuff so you don't have to! You can get setup in a breezy afternoon while relaxing!

Prokofiev: 5 Piano Concertos

Prokofiev: 5 Piano Concertos
Vladimir Ashkenazy, London Symphony Orchestra, André Previn
Classical | 2 CDs | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 258+241 MB
Publisher: Decca | RapidShare
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Disc 1:

Piano Concerto No. 1 in D flat op. 10 (Sergei Prokofiev):
01.Allegro brioso 6:52
02.Andante assai - 4:35
03.Allegro scherzando 4:13
Piano Concerto No. 4 in B flat Op. 53 (Sergei Prokofiev):
04.Vivace 4:26
Piano Concerto No. 4 in B flat Op. 53 (Sergei Prokofiev):
05.Andante 8:56
06.Moderato 8:22
07.Vivace 1:35
Piano Concerto No. 5 in G op. 55 (Sergei Prokofiev):
08.Allegro con brio 5:21
09.Moderato ben accentuato 4:44
10.Toccata: Allegro con fuoco 1:53
11.Larghetto 7:28
12.Vivo 5:24

Disc 2:

Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor Op. 16 (Sergei Prokofiev):
01.Andantino 12:08
02.Scherzo: Vivace 2:36
03.Intermezzo: Allegro moderato 6:22
04.Allegro tempestoso 11:26
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Op. 26 (Sergei Prokofiev):
05.Andante - Allegro 9:45
06.Tema con variazoni 9:12
07.Allegro, ma non troppo 9:36

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Catrin Finch: Crossing the Stone

Catrin Finch: Crossing the Stone
Instrumental/Classical/Jazz/Folk | 1 CD | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 380 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 125 MB
Publisher: Sony Classical | RapidShare


01. Mountain Dance (4:49)
02. Harper's Bizarre (3:13)
03. James (2:19)
04. Concerto for 2 Harps "Over the Stone": 4th mvt, Crossing the Stone (4:17)
05. Partita for Violin solo no 3 in E major, BWV 1006: 1st movement, Prelude (3:59)
06. Electric Counterpoint: 3rd movement (4:24)
07. Concerto for 2 Harps "Over the Stone": 2nd mvt, Eternal Dream (4:47)
08. Solomon, HWV 67: Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (3:40)
09. Concerto for 2 Harps "Over the Stone": 6th mvt, Cafe Vamp Latino (4:52)
10. Spain (3:25)
11. Buenos Aires hora zero (4:56)
12. Suite bergamasque: 3rd movement, Clair de Lune (6:05)
13. Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1: Prelude and Fugue no 1 in C, BWV 846 - Prelude (4:26)
14. Ave Maria
15. Thingamujig (2:25)
16. Suo Gan (3:27)
17. Palladio "Diamond Music": 1st movement

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Bremer Kaffeehaus Orchester: Rendezvous im Kaffeehaus

Bremer Kaffeehaus Orchester: Rendezvous im Kaffeehaus
Jazz Classical| 1 CD | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 270 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 115 MB
Publisher: Scl Smm (Sony Music) | RapidShare


01. Neapolitanisches Ständchen
02. La Cunparsita
03. Gold und Silber
04. Torna a Surriento
05. Bis früh um fünfe
06. Je te veux
07. Por una Cabeza
08. Lockenköpfchen op. 45
09. La Serenata Reinhören
10. Heinzelmännchens Wachparade op. 5
11. Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 5 fis-moll
12. Czardas
13. Solvejgs Lied Nr. 4 op. 55
14. Leichtes Blut op. 319

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Teatime at the Savoy

Teatime at the Savoy
Jazz Classical| 1 CD | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 320 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 160 MB
Publisher: Coviello Classics | RapidShare



01.Il barbiere di Siviglia: Overture by Gioachino Rossini
02.Porgy and Bess: Summertime by George Gershwin
03.Le nozze di Figaro, K 492: Overture by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
04.Babes in arms: The lady is a tramp by Richard Rodgers
05.Le nozze di Figaro, K 492: Se vuol ballare, Signor contino by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
06.Funny Face: 'S Wonderful by George Gershwin
07.Boléro by Maurice Ravel
08.Breakfast at Tiffany's: Moon River by Henry Mancini
09.Take Five by Paul Desmond
10.Rigoletto: La donna è mobile by Giuseppe Verdi
11.Stompin' At The Savoy by Benny Goodman
12.No, No, Nanette: Tea for Two by Vincent Youmans
13.Der fliegende Hollander: Bleib', Senta! Bleib, nur einen by Richard Wagner
14.Zar und Zimmermann: Den Hohen Herrscher...Heil sei dem Tag by Albert Lortzing
15.Variations (12) for Piano in C major on "Ah vous dirai-je maman", K 265 (300e) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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The Economist (June 27th - July 3rd 2009)

The Economist (June 27th - July 3rd 2009)
with A special report on ageing populations
168 Pages | English | PDF 4 MB | Audio 160 MB | MP3

The mystery of Mrs Merkel

Magazine: download
Audios: download

Delibes: Lakmé; Dessay, Kunde, Dam, Plasson & Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse

Delibes; Lakmé [EMI5565692] Dessay, Kunde, Dam, Plasson & Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse
Classical, Opera | APE (Single Tracks) dBPoweramp | Covers | 2CD/495MB | RS.com

Review on Gramophone.co.uk
Opera audiences in nineteenth-century Paris may never have visited India, but they loved to dream about it. After the successes enjoyed by Les pecheurs de perles and Le roi de Lahore Delibes knew what he was doing when he chose to set an adaptation of Pierre Loti’s exotic Indian novel Rarahu and duly scored a hit with his opera Lakme at the Opera-Comique in 1883.

Today most of these French essays in exoticism seem to have lost their appeal in the opera house. Also, Lakme invites a few surreptitious giggles at its un-PC attitudes towards the colonial era, portraying the local population as colourful oddities and the British as stuck-up prigs. But it would be a shame if that deterred anybody from exploring an opera that is pure enchantment, filled with sensuous music of the kind that only French composers ever seem able to write. Two recommendable sets have been reissued from the LP era – Alain Lombard’s with Mady Mesple and Richard Bonynge’s with Dame Joan Sutherland – but it was time for renewal. This new EMI set has no weaknesses: imaginative casting of the main roles, an experienced team in the pit, and a good modern recording make it a clear first choice.

The opera is nothing without a star in the title-role. Natalie Dessay is certainly that and yet she never fails to remember that Delibes’s heroine must be a fragile and sensitive young creature. There is not much competition from Sutherland, whose singing is generalized and cloudy, with the words lost in the murk. It is easier to imagine loyal admirers retaining a fondness for the twinkling pin-point precision of Mesple, French coloratura par excellence, but she displays limited awareness of drama or character. Dessay’s Bell Song, brilliantly sung, is also intent on telling a story. Her singing of the death scene, with its delicate fil de voce perfectly poised each time the high A comes round, is heartfelt and leaves no doubt that this is a Lakme who deserves to go to heaven.

The good news is that EMI have found a worthy tenor to partner her. Gregory Kunde, as Gerald, is more at ease at the top of his voice than Alain Vanzo, who sounds strained on Bonynge’s set, and has the edge over the forthright Charles Burles, possibly underrated, for Lombard. At the first entrance of the colonial Brits, Frederic describes Gerald as a poet and Kunde lives up to the promise by phrasing his opening solo, “Fantaisie aux divins mensonges”, with a nice poetic sensibility. In the duets he and Dessay are tender young love personified. Maybe they could be invited to return in Manon or Les pecheurs de perles, if EMI were willing.

The supporting cast is a decent one. Jose van Dam sings the vengeful Nilakantha with complete authority, though Bacquier makes a more dangerous adversary on Bonynge’s set. Patricia Petibon and Franck Leguerinel make an attractive couple as Ellen and Frederic; Bernadette Antoine is aware she has to make a character out of the pompous governess Mistress Bentson, but is up against Monica Sinclair’s outrageous Lady Bracknell impersonation for Bonynge. Delphine Haidan’s Mallika gets to sing the favourite in-flight Lakme duet, made popular by British Airways, but does not blend ideally with Dessay.

Michel Plasson gives the music more room to breathe than Bonynge and is subtler than the heavyweight Lombard. The dreamy atmosphere that he conjures in the scenes of romance set among the jasmine and roses increasingly comes to seem another reason for giving this set pride of place. His Toulouse orchestra are adequate, if not exceptional, and the recording is of a good modern standard. What reason is there to resist? Once in a while it does no harm to indulge a taste for the exotic.

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Natalie Dessay - Vocalises

Natalie Dessay - Vocalises
Lossles: APE + CUE, MP3 320kB/s | 229MB + 97M
Genre: Classical/Opera | 1998 B

Tracks List:

1. Vocalise, Op.34 No. 14
2. Salavie (Le Rossignol) Poplular Russian Melody
3. Le Rossignol Et La Rose
4. Les Filles De Cadix
5. Vocalise En Forme De Habanera
6. La Maja Y El Ruiseor
7. 'Deh, Torna Mio Bene', Air And Variations
8. Villanelle 'J'Ai Vu Passer L'Hirondelle'
9. I Andante
10. II Allegro
11. Frhlingsstimmen-Walzer (Voix Du Printemps (Voices Of Spring), Op.410


Natalie Dessay - Italian Opera Arias

Natalie Dessay - Italian Opera Arias
2007 | Classical | EAC, Monkey's Audio v3.99 APE | CUE, NO log | 1CD, HQ Cover | 238 MB | TT: 73:22

Dessay acts vividly with the voice, compensating for a narrow spectrum of colour through phrasing, dynamic shading and timing. While Sills, especially, brought more fever to Lucia di Lammermoor 's celebrated "Mad Scene", Dessay's trancelike delicacy, in tandem with a ghostly glass harmonica (a flute is often used instead) is profoundly touching.

She beautifully suggests Violetta's youth and fragility in "Ah! fors' è lui", and evokes a reckless gaiety (triplets and trills dazzlingly precise) in the following cabaletta. Roberto Alagna's cameo appearance as Alfredo is the ultimate in luxury casting.

Elsewhere Dessay catches the Bellinian morbidezza of Juliet's despairing scena from I Capuleti e I Montecchi, and the innocence of Gilda's "Caro nome", sung with tenderly softened tone. Her Maria Stuarda, too, is movingly characterised, whether in the sudden surge of joy of "O nube!" or the pathos of the aria.

1. E strano!... Ah, fors'è lui...
2. Follie! Follie... Sempre libera
3. O rendetemi la speme
4. Qui la voce sua soave
5. Vien diletto
6. Allenta il piè, Regina
7. Oh nube che lieve
8. Nella pace del mesto riposo
9. Gualtier Maldé... Caro nome
10. Eccomi in lieta vesta
11. Oh! quante volte
12. Eccola... Il dolce suono
13. Ardon gli incensi
14. S'avanza Enrico
15. Spargi d'amaro pianto

Natalie Dessay - Concerto Koln - Evelino Pido

2007 Virgin Classics

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Heroines - Natalie Dessay

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Heroines - Natalie Dessay
Classical | Virgin Classics 7243-5-45447-2-9

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Composer)
Louis Langree (Conductor)
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (Orchestra)
Natalie Dessay (Performer)

01. Der Hölle Rache
02. Ach, ich fühl's
03. Vanne, t'affreta
04. Ah se il crudel periglio
05. Ruhe sanft, mein holdes Leben
06. Tiger! Wetze nur die Klauen
07. Dal tuo gentil sembiante
08. Welcher Wechsel...
09. Traurigkeit ward mir zum Lose
10. Martern aller Arten
11. Solitudini amiche...
12. Zeffiretti lunsinghieri
13. O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn!


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Chopin: Favorites, Mazurkas, Nocturnes, Sonatas, Polynaises, Waltzes

Frederic Chopin - Favorites, Mazurkas, Nocturnes, Sonatas, Polynaises, Waltzes
Vladimir Ashkenazy
Classical | APE (dBPoweramp) | 12CDs/2.62GB | RS.com

Favorite Piano Sonatas (Decca 4448302): "In this recording we hear one of the great piano performers in Vladimir Ashkenazy playing pieces from one of the greatest piano composers in Fryderyk Chopin; with the utmost quality in recorded sound. And if one needs more convincing, you get two hours of music for the price of one cd. Hard to find a better buy in classical music. Moreover, this cd not only looks good on paper, but it also is one of my favorites to listen to. I usually listen to music to help enrich and exonerate an otherwise mundane (computer) task, and I find myself stopping work several times each listen because I'm overcome by the beauty of these pieces, and the both spirited and soulful playing of Ashkenazy. For anyone new to Chopin, I cannot think of a better starting point (no, this double cd does not cover all his great compositions!) than this recording." Todd Ebert

Mazurkas (Decca 4480862): "A wonderful performance of some of Chopin's most poignant compositions. The relatively low profile enjoyed by Chopin's mazurkas, in comparison with his nocturnes, waltzes and preludes, enables them to move the spirit in a manner that is not possible with excessively familiar works - and the mazurkas do move the spirit quite a bit. Get this CD - it will afford you many years of pleasure for less than the cost of two movie tickets." Abiola O. Lapite

Nocturnes (Decca 4525792): "These are great! Ashkenazy is definentley one of the great Chopin interpreters. All of the people who say that Ashkenazy has no emotion in his playing are wrong! Ashkenazy has a beautiful tone in his playing. His interpretations are also great. He is the thinking man's pianist. If you don't understand what I am saying, I am saying that he plays with perfect technique and he thinks the piece through intellegently and he dosen't go for the big flash while playing. This might be one ofthe reasons why people say he is emotionless. He still has emotion even if he dosen't do that thing where you sway while playing and you move way to much (that is a stupid thing to do because it dosen't help and it can hurt your technique while playing). The only person who has played Chopin better than Ashkenazy is Emanuel Ax (I am not saying that Rubinstein and Horowitz etc. are worse than Ashkenazy, they are just as good, but they all are different. Emanuel Ax has the most beautiful tone I have ever heard. Sadly not many Ax recordings exist anymore. Ashkenazy plays the Nocturnes beautifully especially F minor. Chopin plays the Ballades with the same beauty heard in the Nocturnes and (once again) the F minor ballade (no. 4) is one of, if not the best recording I have ever heard. So to summarize Ashkenazy does have a beautiful tone and an intellegent approach to Chopin, so this is a great buy!" Matt Pankratz

Piano Sonatas (Decca 4662502): "Although Ashkenazy has been criticised because of the lack of brilliance in some of his more recent recordings - the Grammy-winning Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues being an exception - these excerpts from the Complete Chopin Edition he recorded for Decca prove otherwise. The three sonatas - some of the best-known pieces by Chopin - are played with the relaxed and intelligent poise that is so often encountered when listening to this wonderfully-talented Russian pianist, the Second Sonata - with its infamous Funeral March - being simply divine. However, the real meat of the CD comes from the two sets of Etudes - these pieces are often played in performance, but very rarely do you hear all of them: on this CD the many different types of technical and musical challenges facing the pianist are played as if they were for children. The musical tempi are all profoundly and musically correct, and the attention to bringing out the harmonic and tonal qualities of the more technically simpler pieces is very evident. Pay especial attention to Op.10 No.4,7,9 and 12; Op.12 No.4,7,9,11 and 12. The Fantaisie, which ends the CD set, is played to near-perfection and it is a fantastic ending to a brilliant Double Decca CD - a real bargain, considering the absolute mastery of the playing and interpretation." Nathan Waddell

Polonaises (Decca 4662502): "Out of all the Chopin interpreters, I think Vladimir Ashkenazy tops them all. I first heard Ashkenazy's Chopin in college when I listened to his recordings of the Nocturnes, and from then on, I've been addicted. Ashkenazy takes each of Chopin's mediums--Nocturnes, Ballades, Polonaises--and gives them each a sense of individuality, a life all of their own. And his interpretations of the Polonaises are utterly unbelievable, as there is such force and such fierce passion behind the music, such a fiery enormity that doesn't waver even for a moment. Under Ashkenazy's skilled hands, the Polonaises virtually come alive. No one could have done them better." A music fan

Waltzes (Decca 4609912): "As with most of Ashkenazy's recordings, the BEAUTY of the music is very evident, with showmanship left on the back burner. Of course, this is very desirable but sometimes a little more bravura might be desired in some pieces. For instance: take the preludes recorded here: they do not match up to the benchmark Martha Argerich recording for Deutsche Grammophone. This is not to say that Ashkenazy's playing is poor, not at all, but it is less spirited and not as imaginative as Argerich's. However, as if to vindicate my faith in Ashkenazy's ability, the Waltzes supplied here are flawless examples of this great pianist at his best: I was first introduced to the Waltzes through the Naxos pianist Idil Biret, and since hearing Ashkenazy perform them have never gone back to that Naxos CD at all. The scherzos are truly brilliant, though I prefer the earlier recording recently released on the Decca: Legends label - they seem to be fresher and somehow more in tune to the spirit of Chopin. However, I cannot criticise this performance too much: it is a superb CD - a welcome treasure for any Ashkenazy/Chopin fan." Nathan Waddell


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Vladimir Ashkenazy: Beethoven - The Piano Sonatas (10 CDs)

Beethoven - The Piano Sonatas - Vladimir Ashkenazy (CD 4-6 of 10CD)

Beethoven - The Piano Sonatas - Vladimir Ashkenazy (10 CDs)
Classical | EAC Rip | APE, IMAGE+CUE, LOG, Cover LQ | 2.1 GB
Date: June 24, 1997 | Label: Decca

Somewhat to my surprise, the Ashkenazy cycle is the best recording of the complete Beethoven sonatas. I bought every Beethoven recording by every major Beethoven pianist and spent over 1,000 hours comparing all those recordings to each other. The only cycles close to the Ashkenazy are the little-known Claude Frank, Seymour Lipkin and Paul Badura-Skoda cycles (the Badura-Skoda cycle of 1970 on the grand piano, not the fortepiano version). After those come the better-known cycles by Richard Goode, Barenboim (2nd cycle, for DGG), and Kempff (2nd cycle, in stereo), and the little-known cycle by Annie Fischer. I leave aside the Schnabel set which continues to define the standard for interpretations despite inadequate sound, and many high-quality recordings by Richter who never did a complete cycle.

I say "somewhat to my surprise," because Ashkenazy is not known as a Beethoven pianist. He is regarded as a great interpreter of romantic music, with the big technique and beautiful tone needed for that repertoire. Well, he has the big technique and beautiful tone, which is good. However, what is most noticeable to me is the scrupulous attention paid to Beethoven's text. In that regard, Ashkenazy is the equal of Claude Frank and Rudolf Serkin, which is high praise indeed.

The purpose of buying a complete cycle is usually to form a base for a collection. One can quibble with some of Ashkenazy's interpretative details or with Decca's recording techniques. However, the question then becomes: what is the alternative? The competing cycles are either a little worse or a lot worse. After buying one complete cycle, the lover of Beethoven can then add a number of other sonata recordings -- the Horowitz recordings for RCA Victor, the Rubinstein recordings, the Gieseking disk of the Pathetique and other works, the Pollini late sonatas, many of the Richter recordings. If I am asked to recommend one Beethoven sonata cycle as the basis for a collection, I would unhesitatingly recommend the Ashkenazy Decca cycle.

Vladimir Ashkenazy - Chopin, Debussy & Ravel

Vladimir Ashkenazy - Chopin, Debussy & Ravel
Classical | Covers HQ | 200 MB | Easy CD-DA Extractor, APE, CUE, No Log | RS | 1965, CD Nov 2007

This reissue of the 1965 Ashkenazy recital on LP maintains the original French program intact, which may not appeal to the collector who prefers a longer disc, one that perhaps could have attached Ashkenazy's work from the same period in Chopin and Bach with conductor David Zinman. At the time, Ashkenazy had been making his reputation (after the Tchaikovsky Competition, where he shared honors with John Ogden) as the hot young firebrand, big on bravura in the Horowitz tradition.

Vladimir Ashkenazy Recital = CHOPIN: Scherzo No. 4 in E Major, Op. 54; Nocturne in B Major, Op. 62, No. 1; DEBUSSY: L'Isle joyeuse; RAVEL: Gaspard de la Nuit - Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano


01 - Chopin - Scherzo Nº4 Op.54
02 - Chopin - Nocturne Op.62 Nº1
03 - Debussy - L'isle Joyeuse
04 - Ravel - Gaspard de la nuit - I. Ondine
05 - Ravel - Gaspard de la nuit - II. Le Gibet
06 - Ravel - Gaspard de la nuit - III. Scarbo


Patricia Petibon: Airs baroques français

Patricia Petibon: Airs baroques français
Opera/Classical | 1 CD | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 304 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 148 MB
Publisher: Veritas | RapidShare

This varied and unusual collection fills a niche that most of us didn't stop to consider as having needed filling! Petibon and Cohën-Akenine have selected French theatrical airs written between 1686 and 1755 that run the gamut of emotions, from most tender love to howling derision. The result would make a rather effective cabaret show, at least for a certain type of audience.

Petibon, who looks like she could play a gamine in a French art-house film, specializes both in early music (she has worked with William Christie, Fabio Biondi, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, and John Eliot Gardiner) and in coloratura roles from the 18th and 19th centuries. (Also, her moving portrayal of Sister Constance in Poulenc's Dialogues of the Carmelites is available on DVD.) She throws herself into this assignment with vehemence, moaning with love-and-duty-torn dismay (Charpentier's David et Jonathas), cackling with coloratura madness (Rameau's Platée), and grandly crying for vengeance but finding her heart too tender to impose it (Lully's Armide). The last work on this disc summarizes and parodies what has come before. Titled Rien de tout ("Nothing at all"), it was composed by one Nicolas Racot de Grandval in 1755. This 15-minute scene depicts an ill-tempered soprano who apparently needs to put her feet up for the evening and read Cosmopolitan. "What's this," she sings, "I am commanded to sing, I who am weary of music!" She tries in vain to impress her apathetic audience with airs that are mournful, frivolous, amorous, vengeful, restful, martial, or tender. Nothing moves her listeners. Exasperated, she announces, "Not knowing your tastes, I shall follow my own. Have someone else sing for you; I shall sing nothing at all." And so, fittingly, the CD ends. Rien de tout, which borrows the efforts of about a half-dozen earlier French composers to make its point, is a striking and unexpected bit of comedy.

Petitbon's voice sails up into the stratosphere with no loss of control or composure. She scales back her vibrato and lightens her tone most appropriately for this repertoire. I was impressed by her charm and by her intelligence, and also by her willingness to raise eyebrows, within reason: in the booklet note, she and Cohën-Akenine state that they "have not sought to make the rough places plain." Rightly so. The conductor leads his large band of instrumentalists stylishly. The program allows them to shine without competition from Petitbon in a few shorter numbers, and shine they do.

The recording venue, a French church, warms the sound without muddying it. Texts and translations are included in the booklet, and the essays are interesting and informative. Definitely worth consideration!


01. Les Fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour - Ariette de l'Egyptiènne : Amour, lance tes traits
02. Les Fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour - Ariette de l'Egyptiènne : l'amant que j'adore
03. Les Fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour - Entrée des Egyptiens
04. Les Fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour - Ariette de l'Amour : Volez, plaisirs, célébrez ce beau jour
05. Platée - Air de Clarine : Soleil, fuis de ces lieux
06. Platée - Air de la Folie : Formons les plus brillants concerts .... aux langeurs
07. David et Jonathas - As t'on jamais souffert une plus rude peine ?
08. Armide - Prélude : Enfin, il est en ma puissance
09. Armide : Le perfide Renaud me fuit
10. Les Indes Galantes - Air de Phani ; Viens, Hymen
11. Les Indes Galantes - Air de Zima ; Regnez, Plaisirs et Jeux
12. Les Indes Galantes - Chaconne
13. Rien du tout


Patricia Petibon: French Lounge

Patricia Petibon: French Lounge
Opera/Classical | 1 CD | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 304 MB
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Yves Abel, Karine Deshayes, Choeur de l'Opera National de Lyon, Patricia Petibon, Orchestre de l'Opera National de Lyon

This was Patricia Petibon's debut album for Decca but she had already made some impressive recordings for Virgin Veritas since her professional debut in 1996. She has a very distinctive, crystal like voice and in this recital she demonstrates its purity of expression in a collection of French arias. Being French herself, Pettibon is well steeped in this repertoire (she has appeared as the doll in Les Contes d'Hoffmann) and the music is quite diverse. It includes popular favourites such as the 'Bell Song' and the Flower Duet (both particularly suited to Pettibon's voice) from Delibes' Lakme and the famous 'Barcarolle' from Les Contes d'Hoffmann. Alongside these are arias from Messager's wonderful operas (a composer long overdue for reassessment), Chabrier's L'Etoile and the beautiful 'Je veux vivre' from Gounod's Romeo ed Juliette amongst others.

"Petibon has the proper measure of Massenet's Manon: meltingly innocent in 'Adieu notre petite table' and heartlessly brazen in the Gavotte. The 'Bell Song' from Lakmé is suffused with an unexpected lyrical nostalgia. And Olympia's aria from The Tales of Hoffmann takes her into territory where no coloratura has ever boldly gone." (BBC Music Magazine)


01. Ah Je Veux Vivre
02. Lorsque Je N Etais Qu Une Enfant
03. Fai Deux Amants
04. Les Filles De Gadix
05. Fleurs Flower Duet Blumenduett
06. Air Des Elochettes Bell Song Glocken Aire
07. Aidier Norte Petite Table
08. Je Marche Sur Tours Les Ehemins Obeisson Quand Keur
09. Air De Lafee
10. Couples D Olympia Doll Pupperaine
11. Bareolle
12. Romance De L Estoile
13. Couples De Lazuli
14. Je T Aime

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Aziza Mustafa Zadeh: Jazziza

Aziza Mustafa Zadeh: Jazziza
Jazz | 1 CD | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 342 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 152 MB
Publisher: AZIZA Production | RapidShare


Azeri jazz artist Aziza Mustafa Zadeh released her fifth album, Jazziza, in 1997. The title of the album comes from the nickname her father Vagif gave her when she was a child. The album was particularly successful in UK, USA, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Argentina, Japan and in Australia. The sales of album exeed 3.000.000 copies worldwide.


01 I Can't Sleep
02 Sunny Rain
03 How Insensitive
04 Black Orpheus
05 Nature Boy
06 My Funny Valentine
07 Butterflies
08 You've Changed
09 Take Five
10 Character
11 Scrapple From The Apple
12 Lover Man

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Trio Rouge: Galeazzi/Courtois/Godard

Trio Rouge: Galeazzi/Courtois/Godard
Jazz | 1 CD | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 220 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 116 MB
Publisher: Intuition | RapidShare

Galeazzi, indeed, has one of those voices that instantly grabs the listener - rich, intense and filled with emotion, but never straying from a breathtaking precision that shines of musicality. And like all great musicians, she employs her talents with the utmost versatility. Passion and defiance seep through every note of songs like ‘Voglio Una Casa’, whilst sensitivity and tenderness characterise ‘Per Vita Bella’. The most impressive tune of the collection is the short but absorbing ‘Stornelli A Saltrarello’. Accompanied only by steady clapping, Galeazzi’s expressive vocals glide with ease through the rhythmical mesh of this beautiful traditional melody. The rapid blast of notes at the end has to be heard to be believed...


01. Bella Ciao
02. Voglio una casa
03. Per vita bella
04. Ah, vita bella
05. La Luze de oro
06. C'era una volta
07. Una serenata
08. Stornelli a saltarello
09. Per la Ninna Nanna
10. La Muntagnella
11. La tarantelle translucida
12. Per gorizia
13. Gorizia (canzone tradizionale della 1° guerra mondiale)
14. Rosso

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Schumann - Works for Solo Piano - Vladimir Ashkenazy (7 CDs)

Schumann - Works for Solo Piano - Vladimir Ashkenazy

Schumann - Works for Solo Piano - Vladimir Ashkenazy (7 CDs)
Classical | EAC Rip | APE, IMAGE+CUE, No LOG, Tracklist, Cover LQ | 7 CDs | 1.28 GB
Date: March 11, 2003 | Label: Decca

Few Pianists have Explored and Recorded Such a Wealth of Keyboard Literature as Vladimir Ashkenazy. During an Association with Decca which Stretches Back Almost 40 Years Now, Ashkenazy Has Completed Cycles of Some of the Most Important Concertos (Mozart, Beethoven, Prokofiev, Bartók and Rachmaninov), as Well as an Extensive Amount of Solo Literature.two Of the Greatest Figures in 19th-century Piano Music Are Chopin and Schumann, and Music by Both Composers Has Featured, and Continues to Feature, in Ashkenazy's Recitals. He Has Recorded Almost all of Chopin Solo Works and During the Years 1984-95 Undertook a Major Survey of Schumann's Solo Literature (Some Works Including the Sinfonische Etüden, Fantasie, Kreisleriana and Humoreske) Ashkenazy Had Recorded Earlier in his Career). These Digital Recordings Are Now Presented as a Box Set for the First Time and Are an Invaluable Collection of the Composer's Most Important Keyboard Works, Performed by One of the Greatest Pianists of his..................

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Viktoria Tolstoy: My Russian Soul

Viktoria Tolstoy: My Russian Soul
Jazz | 1 CD | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 302 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 95 MB
Publisher: ACT Music | RapidShare


Viktoria Tolstoy, great-granddaughter of famous Russian writer Leo Tolstoy, is one of the most successful female Scandinavian singers.

The songs here are mainly based on classical music, though two traditional folk songs were added into the mix, and Tolstoy and producer Nils Landgren looked through the annals of Russian pop for inspiration.

"A spectacular success. Only those possessing a heart stonier than the Great Wall of China will fail to be moved. Tolstoy's most personal and ambitious work to date." -- Jazzwise


01. Home
02. Word by word
03. The curtain falls
04. Little pretty
05. Our stories
06. Stranger in Paradise (From the musical"Kismet" based on polowetzer Tänze by Alexander P. Borodin)
07. You can go home again
08. Silent rhapsody
09. Although you're gone
10. Our man
11. No news
12. Aftermath

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Verdi: Rigoletto

Verdi: Rigoletto
Classical/Opera | 2 CDs | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 209+210 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 93+88 MB
Publisher: Mondo Musica | RapidShare



CD1: Act 1
01. Preludio
02. Introduzione
03. "Questo o Quella"
04. "Partitr...crudele"
05. "In testa che avete
06. Perigordino
07. "Che venne parlate"
08. "Ch'io gli parli"
09. "Quel vecchi maledivami"
10. "Pari siamo"
11. "Figli"
12. "Deh,non parlare al misero"
13. "Veglia, o donna, questo fiore"
14. "Giovana ho dei rimorsi"
15. "T'amo!"
16. "Che m'ami, deh ripetimi"
17. "Gualtier Maldè"
18. "Caro nome"
19. "Riedo!...perchè?"
20. "Zitti,Zitti,moviamo a vendetta"

Act 2
01. "Ella mi fu rapita"
02. "Parmi veder le lacrime"
03. "Duca,Duca!"
04. "Povero rigoletto
05. Cortigiani vil razza dannata
06. Mio Padre
07. Tutte le feste al tempio
08. compiuto pur quanto a fare mi resta
Act 3
09. E l'ami
10. La donna è mobile
11. Un dì, se ben rammenomi
12. Bella figlia dell'amore
13. M'odi ritorno a casa
14. Ah, più non ragiono
15. Della vendetta alfin ginge l'istante
16. Chi è mai, chi è qui in sua voce

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Massenet - Don Quichotte

Massenet: Don Quichotte
Classical/Opera | 2 CDs | APE, none LOG, none CUE | 273+270 MB - MP3 | 320 Kbs | 125+123 MB
Publisher: Decca | RapidShare

Info: http://www.amazon.com/Massenet-Quichotte-Berganza-Todorovitch-Capitole/dp/B000009K2F


01. Alza Alza Alza
02. Quand La Femme A Vingt Ans
03. Dulcinee Est Certes Jolie
04. Allegresse Allegresse
05. O Dulcinee... Ah Vous Allez Ameuter Alcade
06. Serenade Quand Apparaissent Les Etoiles
07. Ah Ah C'Est Vous Qui Lanciez
08. Vous Etes Mon Seigneur
09. Elle M'Aime Et Va Me Revenir
10. Chanson C'Est Vers Ton Amour
11. Comment Peut On Penser Du Bien
12. Regarde.... Quoi Quoi
13. Don Quichotte Sancho
14. Entracte
15. C'Est Ici Le Chemin
16. Quand Apparaissent Les Etoiles
17. Priere Seigneur Recois Mon Ame Don Quichotte

01. Alors, TraÎTresse, Je N'Ai Plus Rien À EspÉRer-
02. Lorsque Le Temps D'Amour A Fui
03. Par Fortune! Par Fortune!
04. Alza! Alza! Ne Pensons Qu'Au Plaisir D'Aimer
05. L'Aube BientÔT Blanchira L'Horizon
06. Announce Le Grand Don Quichotte
07. L'Aube BientÔT Blanchira L'Horizon
08. Oui, Je Souffre Votre Tristesse
09. Enfin, Te RevoilÀ!
10. Riez, Allez, Riez Du Pauvre IdÉOlogue
11. Entracte
12. O Mon MaÎTre, O Mon Grand!
13. ScÈNes Alsaciennes- Dimanche Matin
14. ScÈNes Alsaciennes- Au Cabaret
15. ScÈNes Alsaciennes- Sous Les Tilleuls
16. ScÈNes Alsaciennes- Dimanche Soir

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