Inner peace, serenity and relaxation - that is the aim of this guided meditation. The ´´voice´´ is accompanied by discreet background music. You can also hear sounds from nature and heart beats. The first aim is to achieve a state of general relaxation. Secondly, the listener is led to an experience of in-depth perception of their body. This is important to improve self-esteem and to understand our own essence. Being mindful; to be aware of our body and our thoughts which leads to a more conscious living. Thus we pay more attention to our health, thoughts and feelings. It is also possible to let go of certain negative habits. Thirdly, the aim is to balance the right and left brain hemispheres. A metaphor in the form of a story incorporated into the text aims to achieve this. The metaphor also relates to the heart. It is about freedom and joy. The method the author is using is a combination of autogenous training and hypnotherapy (Milton H. Erickson). In Erickson´s hypnotherapy, the concept of metaphor is used in the form of puns and stories which lead to a hypnotic trance and can trigger unconscious change. Through brain study, scientists are able to prove that regular meditation has a positive effect on the brain. They have also found that these positive effects disappear if meditation is not done on a regular basis. This Album was created to support people interested in their regular meditation practice. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sally Steptoe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/edel/003402/bk_edel_003402_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Experience one of television’s greatest science-fiction series, The Twilight Zone - fully dramatized for audio! Featuring a full cast, music and sound effects, and today’s biggest celebrities in modern radio dramatizations. Political fanatic Oliver Crangle has determined that at 4 p.m. he´ll rid the world of all evil people by shrinking them to two feet tall. But his plan may prove a little short-sighted. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stacy Keach, Stan Freberg. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/falc/000085/rt_falc_000085_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Halfway around the world, war has begun, but for Dorie Lennox, a newly minted private eye on her first tail, danger is more immediate. The dark streets of Kansas City of 1939 offer swing music, fast cars, gangsters, and the chance to forget about the Depression and her own murky past. But first she must conquer her fears and save a woman on a bridge high above the muddy Missouri. Dorie is thrown into a quickly unraveling scam that offers salvation to few - and misery to plenty - in the high-stakes world of machine politics and desperation deals. With vivid prose and sharp dialogue, the world of Dorie Lennox comes alive behind the wheel of her Packard in jazz-age Kansas City. The landscape of America and the homefront of World War II are evoked in a thoughtful mystery that lingers for the force of its characters and the keen sharpness of a slice of history seen through the perceptive, compassionate eyes of Dorie Lennox. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mark Nelson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/iamb/000076/bk_iamb_000076_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
DescriptionThe music from four landmark albums. Bookends, Bridge Over Troubled Water, The Sounds Of Silence and Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Thyme.Songlist7 O´clock News/Silent NightA Hazy Shade Of WinterA Most Peculiar ManA Poem On The Underground WallA Simple Desultory PhilippicAmericaAnjiApril Come She WillAt The ZooBaby DriverBig Bright Green Pleasure MachineBlessedBookendsBookends ThemeBridge Over Troubled WaterBye Bye LoveCeceliaCloudyDangling ConversationEl Condor Pasa (If I Could)Fakin´ ItFlowers Never Bend With The RainfallFor Emily, Whenever I Find HerHomeward BoundI Am A RockKathy´s SongKeep The Customer SatisfiedLeaves That Are GreenMrs RobinsonOld FriendsOnly Living Boy In New YorkOversPatternsPunky´s DilemmaRichard CorySave The Life Of My ChildScarborough Fair [Simon, Paul]So Long, Frank Lloyd WrightSomewhere They Can´t Find MeSong For The AskingThe 59th Street Bridge SongThe BoxerThe Sound Of SilenceWe´ve Got A Groovy Thing GoingWhy Don´t You Write Me
DescriptionOver 150 songs from across the unique and remarkable career of this master songwriter. From his roots as a folk musician, to his phenomenal success with Art Garfunkel and his subsequent inventive and collaborative solo work, Paul Simon has remained a figurehead in song craft. Each song presented here is arranged with melody line, full lyrics and chord guide.Songlist(Everything I Do) I Do It For You7 O´clock News/Silent NightA Church Is BurningA Hazy Shade Of WinterA Most Peculiar ManA Poem On The Underground WallA Simple Desultory PhilippicAce In The HoleAdios HermanosAll Around The WorldAll Because Of YouAllergiesAmericaAmerican TuneApril Come She WillArmistice DayAt The ZooBaby DriverBernadetteBlessedBookendsBorn At The Right TimeBorn In Puerto RicoBridge Over Troubled WaterCan I Forgive HimCan´t Run ButCars Are CarsCeciliaCloudyCongratulationsCrazy Love Vol.IIDarling LorraineDiamonds On The Soles Of Her ShoesDuncanEl Condor Pasa (If I Could)Everything Put Together Falls ApartFakin´ ItFather And DaughterFifty Ways To Leave Your LoverFlowers Never Bend With The RainfallFor Emily, Whenever I May Find HerFurther To FlyGod Bless The AbsenteeGone At LastGracelandGumbootsHave A Good TimeHearts And BonesHey SchoolgirlHobo´s BluesHomelessHomeward BoundHow The Heart Approaches What It YearnsHurricane EyeI Am A RockI Know What I KnowJonahKathy´s SongKeep The Customer SatisfiedKiller Wants To Go To CollegeKiller Wants To Go To College 2KodachromeLate In The EveningLearn How To FallLeaves That Are GreenLet Me Live In Your CityLong, Long DayLook At ThatLoveLoves Me Like A RockMe And Julio Down By The SchoolyardMother And Child ReunionMrs RobinsonMy Little TownNight GameNobodyOh, MarionOldOld FriendsOne Man´s Ceiling Is Another Man´s FloorOne-trick PonyOversPapa HoboParanoia BluesPatternsPeace Like A RiverPigs, Sheep And WolvesProofPunky´s DilemmaQualityQuietRed Rubber BallRene And Georgette Magritte With Their Dog After The WarRichard CoryRun That Body DownSatin Summer NightsSave The Life Of My ChildScarborough Fair/CanticleSenorita With A Necklace Of TearsShe Moves OnShelter Of Your ArmsShoplifting ClothesSilent EyesSlip Slidin´ AwaySo Long, Frank Lloyd WrightSome Folks Lives Roll EasySomething So RightSomewhere They Can´t Find MeSong About The MoonSong For The AskingSparrowSpirit VoicesSt Judy´s CometStill Crazy After All These YearsStranded In A LimousineSunday AfternoonTake Me To The Mardi GrasTen YearsTendernessThat Was Your MotherThat´s Where I BelongThat´s Why God Made The MoviesThe 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin´ Groovy)The Big Bright Green Pleasure MachineThe BoxerThe Boy In The BubbleThe CoastThe Cool, Cool RiverThe Dangling ConversationThe Late Great Johnny AceThe Obvious ChildThe Only Living Boy In New YorkThe Rhythm Of The SaintsThe Sound Of SilenceThe TeacherThe VampiresThelmaThink Too Much (A)Think Too Much (B)Time Is An OceanTrailways BusTrain In The DistanceUnder African SkiesVirgilWas A Sunny DayWednesday Morning, 3 A.M.We´ve Got A Groovy Thing GoingWhen Numbers Get Too SeriousWhy Don´t You Write Me?You Can Call Me AlYou Don´t Know Where Your Interest LiesYou´re KindYou´re The One
DescriptionContaining seventeen Christmas carols, this book enables beginners Recorder players to perform simplified arrangements of popular festive repertoire either on their own, using the various accompaniment options to provide the full, original melody, or alongside singers and more advanced players.Complete with a CD of backing tracks and access to free downloadable Piano accompaniments (available at www.hybridpublications.com), both of which incorporate the original melody line, this book provides the ideal resource for teachers and parents looking to enable recorder players of all standards to join the celebrations of the season.John Pitts´ hugely successful Recorder from the Beginning teaching scheme is ideal for all teachers with its straignforward, easy-to-follow approach and its attractive collections of well-known and original tunes.SonglistAway In A Manger [Anonymous] [Kirkpatrick, William J.]Good King Wenceslas [Traditional] [Neale, John Mason]Hark! The Herald Angels Sing [Mendelssohn, Felix] [Wesley, Charles]I Saw Three Ships [Traditional]In The Bleak Mid-Winter [Rossetti, Christina] [Holst, Gustav]Infant Holy, Infant Lowly [Traditional]Jingle Bells [Pierpont, James Lord]Mary Had A Baby (Spiritual)O Come All Ye Faithful [Wade, John Francis] [Brooke, William Thomas]Once In Royal David´s City [Gauntlett, Henry John] [Alexander, Cecil]Past Three O´Clock [Traditional] [Woodward, George Ratcliffe]Silent Night [Gruber, Franz] [Mohr, Josef]The Holly And The Ivy [Traditional]The Virgin Mary Had A Baby Boy (Traditional)We Three Kings [Hopkins, John Henry]We Wish You a Merry Christmas [Traditional]While Shepherds Watched [Traditional] [Tate, Nahum]
Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, Philadelphia:Commencement Exercises, Academy of Music, Thursday Evening, June 4th, 1908 at 8 O´clock (Classic Reprint) Museum And School Of Industrial Art
Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, Philadelphia:Commencement Exercises, Academy of Music, Thursday Evening, June Seventh, Nineteen Hundred and Six at Eight O´clock, Programme (Classic Reprint) Museum And School Of Industrial Art
Executor´s Sale:Public Auction of the Broderick Estate, in the City of San Francisco, by H. A. Cobb and R. H. Sinton, Real Estate Auctioneers, on Saturday, Nov. 30, 1861, at 12 O´clock, Noon, at Platt´s Music Hall, Montgomery Street (Classic Reprint) David Colbreth Broderick
12 Great American songs from the Golden Age of popular music. These songs have been enjoyed and recorded in a variety of ways by countless musicians over different jazz eras. Get back to the root of today´s music! Rhythm section: Dan Haerle, Lynn Seaton, and Ed Soph.Avalon - Ja-Da - Three O’clock in the Morning - Toot Toot Tootsie - Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please… - I’m Always Chasing Rainbows - Bye, Bye, Blues - You Made Me Love You - Margie - Rose Room - St. Louis Blues - After You’ve Gone