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James - ein Junge mit Handicap
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James - ein Junge mit Handicap ab 8.9 € als Taschenbuch: Vom Stiefvater verachtet von der Mutter im Stich gelassen. 1. Auflage 2014. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Belletristik, Briefe & Biografien,

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Stand: 25.02.2020
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Turf races in the United States
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Turf races in the United States ab 20.99 € als Taschenbuch: Dixie Stakes Laurel Futurity Stakes Manhattan Handicap Diana Stakes Gallorette Handicap James W. Murphy Stakes Lawrence Realization Stakes American Derby Sheepshead Bay Stakes San Juan Capistrano Handicap Long Island Handicap. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Ratgeber,

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Pimlico Race Course
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Pimlico Race Course ab 14.99 € als Taschenbuch: Preakness Stakes Black-Eyed Susan Stakes United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing Dixie Stakes Gallorette Handicap James W. Murphy Stakes Preakness Stakes top three finishers Pimlico Special. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Geist & Wissen,

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The Butterfly Boy , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 578min
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The Butterfly Boy takes the listener on a dramatic, sweeping journey through two World Wars in Germany and races on around the globe throughout that tumultuous century. The Butterfly Boy is the story of Arnie, who as a small boy loses the use of his arms through polio, yet conquers this to grow up to be the "greatest mouth painter in the world". Born in a sleepy German town, Arnie rises to become one of Hitler's favourite artistes despite his handicap and his Jewish mother. Arnie risks his life to undertake covert activities for the Allies and the Christian resistance movement. Arnie matures into a great handsome bull of a man, who, despite not having the use of his arms, still manages to be a great womanizer and hell-raiser. The conflict between Arnie and his childhood nemesis, now Senior Nazi Officer Ratwerller, is a battle to the death that slashes through their lives like a sharpened razor. They stop at nothing to seek the destruction of each other. After the war Arnie, The Butterfly Boy, builds the Mouth Painting Charity around the world from which he makes tens of millions of dollars whilst destroying anyone that stands in his way. But it is his own waywardness and his unresolved past that haunts him. This is the story of an extraordinary man, taking an extraordinary journey during extraordinary times. You will love and fear for Arnie, and be hypnotized by him. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James Whale, Tony Klinger. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/entn/000272/bk_entn_000272_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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James - ein Junge mit Handicap
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James - ein Junge mit Handicap ab 8.9 EURO Vom Stiefvater verachtet von der Mutter im Stich gelassen. 1. Auflage 2014

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Language Development and Assessment
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Acknowledgments.- Series Editor¿s Note.- 1 Introduction and Definition of Language.- Communication and language.- Definition of language.- 2 Prelanguage.- Concepts.- Development of object recognition.- Situational understanding.- Development from situational understanding to symbolic understanding.- 3 Normal Development of Verbal Language.- Early phrase patterns.- The first object labels.- Word combinations.- Noun-verb stage.- Stage of three or more concepts and simple sentences.- Use of past and future tenses.- Intellectual use of language.- 4 Developmental Language Delays and Deviations.- Problems of attention and listening.- Developmental language delay.- Deviant language development.- Verbal language, peripheral.- 5 Assessment of the Stages in Prelanguage Development.- Aims.- The starting-point.- Arrangement of room.- The stages in prelanguage development.- Assessment of symbolic understanding.- 6 Assessment of the Stages in Verbal Language Development.- The first verbal label.- Selection of common objects in response to naming.- Word combinations.- Noun-verb stage.- Relating three or more ¿operative¿ words, and use of simple sentences.- Assessment of higher levels of language understanding and use.- Conclusion.- 7 Assessment of Difficult Children.- Very shy, withdrawn children.- Restless, hyperactive children.- Self-determined non-cooperating children.- Children with severe motor difficulties.- 8 The Question of Referring Children for Ongoing Help.- Consideration of age.- Degree of language handicap.- Type of language handicap.- Conclusion.- 9 Case Studies.- A deaf child: Mark.- A blind child: David.- A mentally handicapped child: Ruth.- A child with cerebral palsy: Karen.- A child with developmental language handicap: James.- Plotting progress.- 10 Remedial Measures.- Theoretical basis.- The setting.- Assessments.- Results.- Relation to degree of handicap and associated handicaps.- Discussion and practical implications.- Conclusion.- Appendix I References.- Appendix II Reading List.- Appendix III Suggested List of Materials for Assessment.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Too Marvelous for Words
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Art Tatum defined the limits of the possible in jazz piano. Gunther Schuller called Tatum's playing 'a marvel of perfection.... His deep-in-the-keys full piano sonority, the tone and touch control in pyrotechnical passages...are miracles of performance.' Whitney Balliett wrote 'no pianist has ever hit notes more beautifully. Each one--no matter how fast the tempo--was light and complete and resonant, like the letters on a finely printed page.' His famous runs have been compared to the arc left against the night sky by a Fourth-of-July sparkler. And to have heard him play, one musician said, 'was as awe-inspiring as to have seen the Grand Canyon or Halley's Comet.' Now, in Too Marvelous For Words, James Lester provides the first full-length biography of the greatest virtuoso performer in the history of jazz. Before this volume, little was known about Tatum, even among jazz afficionados. What were his origins, who taught him and who provided early pianistic influences, how did he break into the jazz field, what role did he play in the development of other jazz players, and what was he like when he wasn't playing? To answer these questions, Lester has conducted almost a hundred interviews for this book, with surviving family, childhood friends, schoolteachers, and the famous jazz musicians who played with him or knew him. Lester creates a memorable portrait of this unique musician and of the vibrant jazz world of the 1930s and 1940s, capturing the complexity and vitality of this remarkable performer. Tatum, who was virtually blind, suffering between 70% and 90% visual impairment, emerges as cheerful, fun-loving, energetic and out-going, with none of the demonic self-destructiveness that seemed to haunt such jazz greats as Charlie Parker or Billie Holiday. He often joked about his blindness, but did not like it mentioned as a handicap and preferred to pre-plan his entrance to the piano in a club, rather than have someone lead him there. He was simply inexhaustible and had a life-long habit of staying up all night after a gig, usually seeking an after-hours club in which to listen and play until daybreak. Lester also reveals that Tatum was generous with younger players, but his extraordinary technical brilliance often devastated them. No less a talent than Oscar Peterson remembers that after first hearing Tatum, 'I gave up the piano for two solid months, and I had crying fits at night.' And Les Paul remarked that after hearing Tatum for the first time, he quit piano completely and began playing guitar. Perhaps most important, Lester provides a thorough, knowledgeable discussion of Tatum's music, from his early influences, such as stride pianist Fats Waller, to his mature style in which Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Waller, and Earl Hines all became grist for his harmonic mill. From unexceptional origins in Toledo, Ohio, Art Tatum evolved into a world-class musician whose importance in jazz is comparable to Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker and whose command of the piano captured the admiration of Horowitz and Paderewski. Too Marvelous For Words is the first full portrait of this extraordinary musical genius.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Language Development and Assessment
89,99 € *
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Acknowledgments.- Series Editor¿s Note.- 1 Introduction and Definition of Language.- Communication and language.- Definition of language.- 2 Prelanguage.- Concepts.- Development of object recognition.- Situational understanding.- Development from situational understanding to symbolic understanding.- 3 Normal Development of Verbal Language.- Early phrase patterns.- The first object labels.- Word combinations.- Noun-verb stage.- Stage of three or more concepts and simple sentences.- Use of past and future tenses.- Intellectual use of language.- 4 Developmental Language Delays and Deviations.- Problems of attention and listening.- Developmental language delay.- Deviant language development.- Verbal language, peripheral.- 5 Assessment of the Stages in Prelanguage Development.- Aims.- The starting-point.- Arrangement of room.- The stages in prelanguage development.- Assessment of symbolic understanding.- 6 Assessment of the Stages in Verbal Language Development.- The first verbal label.- Selection of common objects in response to naming.- Word combinations.- Noun-verb stage.- Relating three or more ¿operative¿ words, and use of simple sentences.- Assessment of higher levels of language understanding and use.- Conclusion.- 7 Assessment of Difficult Children.- Very shy, withdrawn children.- Restless, hyperactive children.- Self-determined non-cooperating children.- Children with severe motor difficulties.- 8 The Question of Referring Children for Ongoing Help.- Consideration of age.- Degree of language handicap.- Type of language handicap.- Conclusion.- 9 Case Studies.- A deaf child: Mark.- A blind child: David.- A mentally handicapped child: Ruth.- A child with cerebral palsy: Karen.- A child with developmental language handicap: James.- Plotting progress.- 10 Remedial Measures.- Theoretical basis.- The setting.- Assessments.- Results.- Relation to degree of handicap and associated handicaps.- Discussion and practical implications.- Conclusion.- Appendix I References.- Appendix II Reading List.- Appendix III Suggested List of Materials for Assessment.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Too Marvelous for Words
16,00 € *
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Art Tatum defined the limits of the possible in jazz piano. Gunther Schuller called Tatum's playing 'a marvel of perfection.... His deep-in-the-keys full piano sonority, the tone and touch control in pyrotechnical passages...are miracles of performance.' Whitney Balliett wrote 'no pianist has ever hit notes more beautifully. Each one--no matter how fast the tempo--was light and complete and resonant, like the letters on a finely printed page.' His famous runs have been compared to the arc left against the night sky by a Fourth-of-July sparkler. And to have heard him play, one musician said, 'was as awe-inspiring as to have seen the Grand Canyon or Halley's Comet.' Now, in Too Marvelous For Words, James Lester provides the first full-length biography of the greatest virtuoso performer in the history of jazz. Before this volume, little was known about Tatum, even among jazz afficionados. What were his origins, who taught him and who provided early pianistic influences, how did he break into the jazz field, what role did he play in the development of other jazz players, and what was he like when he wasn't playing? To answer these questions, Lester has conducted almost a hundred interviews for this book, with surviving family, childhood friends, schoolteachers, and the famous jazz musicians who played with him or knew him. Lester creates a memorable portrait of this unique musician and of the vibrant jazz world of the 1930s and 1940s, capturing the complexity and vitality of this remarkable performer. Tatum, who was virtually blind, suffering between 70% and 90% visual impairment, emerges as cheerful, fun-loving, energetic and out-going, with none of the demonic self-destructiveness that seemed to haunt such jazz greats as Charlie Parker or Billie Holiday. He often joked about his blindness, but did not like it mentioned as a handicap and preferred to pre-plan his entrance to the piano in a club, rather than have someone lead him there. He was simply inexhaustible and had a life-long habit of staying up all night after a gig, usually seeking an after-hours club in which to listen and play until daybreak. Lester also reveals that Tatum was generous with younger players, but his extraordinary technical brilliance often devastated them. No less a talent than Oscar Peterson remembers that after first hearing Tatum, 'I gave up the piano for two solid months, and I had crying fits at night.' And Les Paul remarked that after hearing Tatum for the first time, he quit piano completely and began playing guitar. Perhaps most important, Lester provides a thorough, knowledgeable discussion of Tatum's music, from his early influences, such as stride pianist Fats Waller, to his mature style in which Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Waller, and Earl Hines all became grist for his harmonic mill. From unexceptional origins in Toledo, Ohio, Art Tatum evolved into a world-class musician whose importance in jazz is comparable to Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker and whose command of the piano captured the admiration of Horowitz and Paderewski. Too Marvelous For Words is the first full portrait of this extraordinary musical genius.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.02.2020
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