Have Best of Jewelry Only at the Best Jewelry Store

April 6th, 2013

If you are planning a special wedding, you definitely need a wedding marks are certainly not foreign to your ears. A wedding ring will certainly you need to complete your happy day with your spouse. You should pay attention to the selection of wedding rings is because marriage is a very valuable event in your […]

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Writing the Musical Score: A Composer’s Journal

March 29th, 2013

Monday, November 52:30 a.m.Just finished writing the last few notes of V into the main score. Diana Souza, the graphic designer for my books, came over for some hours tonight; she heads back to Dallas tomorrow after a six weeks stay in Ithaca. I showed her the score for V, and when she came to the piano cadenza in V she gasped with delight, amazed that the piano part looked like the winter wind blowing across the page. She was also amazed that I had done it on purpose, planned it that way… I laughed and said that when I […]

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How to Choose the Right Travel Agency

February 26th, 2013

Tour is one of fun activities you can do. Usually, people like to tour if the holiday season is come. In getting high quality tour, you will need an organized tour that can guide you in the vacation. Sometimes, it is difficult in finding the best organized tour. You should consider about what you want […]

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The Charterhouse of Parma – A Novel by Stendhal

February 25th, 2013

Marie-Henri Beyle, better known as Stendhal, wrote his last novelistic masterpiece, ”The Charterhouse of Parma”, in 1839. It has been called one of the most influential ever written novels. Read on to learn why.Stendhal is the best-known pen name of French writer, Marie-Henri Beyle. Stendhal lived between 1783 and 1842, and had quite an exciting life. He was a member of Napoleon’s army and enjoyed a good deal of fame and success, both as a writer and as a politician, in the later part of his life. Among Stendhal’s works were a number of travel guides to European destinations, non-fiction […]

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The Epic of Gilgamesh and the Creation of Man in the Old Testament

February 22nd, 2013

The comparison and contrasts of the creation of man and how it has been used as a literary device to shape of culture.Imagery is a specific literary device that supports the main idea or moral behind the tale, and with this being said many stories present the attention around the role of genders. There are two well-known stories about the creation that support this idea, The Epic of Gilgamesh and The Creation of Man in the Old Testament. Separately, as well as together they both share a particular connection of living a life as a female and how they are […]

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Working on the Musical Score: A Composer’s Journal

February 22nd, 2013

The composer continues sketching out the chamber cycle “Unsung Songs: Songs of the Earth” for flute, piano, violin, viola and cello to poems written by violinist William Hurley. A Composer’s Journal October 7 – November 3, 2012. Image: A page of the copied out main score.Sunday, October 7Have been working steadily on XXVI, and sketched out to the end. The last pages are still not written down on the page, but I have them in my head. Started working on the final sketch of VIII yesterday, starting with basically a stack of manuscript paper covered with themes and motives, all […]

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Treat the fruit stains with effective stain removing agents!

February 9th, 2013

Fruits are, quite evidently, healthy and delicious, but despite all that they are never pleasant as the stains that they leave behind are not pleasant. They are stubborn stains. In fact, they are stained because of the dying properties in the fruits. There are various colors such as red, blue, purple, etc. These stains are […]

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Buy Your Ticket Online

February 5th, 2013

If you love enjoying sport events, you will be visiting stadiums and other sporting venues quite frequently. Whenever you visit a stadium, you have to prepare a ticket beforehand. If you want to watch a boxing event at Madison Square Garden, for example, you have to prepare Madison Square Garden Tickets for you and everyone […]

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Creating Awards from Acrylic

February 5th, 2013

As a versatile material, acrylic, a type of synthetic fiber, is often used in the designing of gifts, awards, trophies, and various decorations. Acrylic is considered versatile not only because it is easy to shape and because it is cheap, but also because it looks modern and elegant after being designed. Acrylic is frequently used […]

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Types of Perspective Drawings

February 1st, 2013

Perspective drawings make use of a few observed facts of how every object or target seems to diminish into the distance in reality. In a way, one may say that it is a formal way to sketch what one sights or sees. This write up deals with the various types of perspective drawings, along with illustrations for a few.Linear perspective drawing is the art of depicting a three-dimensional (3D) image onto a two-dimensional (2D) flat surface. In simpler terms, it means, creating the illusion of depth on a flat 2D sketch. In perspective, all the contents in the sketch seem […]

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