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Pictographic Score Notation: A Compendium

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Pictographic Score Notation: A Compendium By Gardner Read
Publisher: Gre.enw.ood 1998 | 296 Pages | ISBN: 0313304696 | PDF | 7 MB

Pictographic Score Notation: A Compendium
This text provides the first comprehensive examination of pictographic notation. Pictographic musical notation represents the relevant instruments themselves rendered visually rather than verbally. Used most extensively in contemporary publications between the 1950s and 1980s, its popularity has waned in recent years. This expertly researched work displays the resourcefulness and inventiveness of 20th century orchestrators.
Providing a detailed examination of pictographic score notation, this unique book passes over 60 years of contemporary composition and score publications. Divided into three sections, this work describes instrumental pictographs, stage diagrams, and pictographic performance directives. In addition to the thoroughly researched information and extensive technique illustrations, commentary on individual examples and frequent cross-referencing of related examples, differentiate this work from other journal articles and notation texts.
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High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems

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Klaus Möbius, Anton Savitsky, M J Davies, "High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems: Characterization of Transient Paramagnetic States"
2009 | pages: 391 | ISBN: 0854043683 | PDF | 7,2 mb

High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins and their Model Systems
Understanding the major factors determining the specificity of transmembrane transfer processes in proteins is currently a hot topic in molecular bio-science. Advanced electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) at high magnetic fields is a powerful technique for characterizing the transient states of proteins in action on biologically relevant time scales. This book offers a comprehensive overview of experimental techniques in, and paradigmatic examples of, the application of high-field EPR spectroscopy in biology and chemistry. It focuses on the use of the technique in conjunction with site-specific mutation strategies and advanced quantum-chemical computation methods to reveal protein structure and dynamics. This yields new insights into biological processes at the atomic and molecular level. The theoretical and instrumental background of high-field EPR is described and examples of paradigmatic protein systems, such as photosynthesis, are discussed in the light of recent investigations. Aspects of structure-dynamics-function relations that are revealed by studying site-specific mutants are highlighted, thereby combining high-field EPR with genetic engineering techniques. The information obtained complements that obtained from protein crystallography, solid-state NMR, infrared and optical spectroscopy. The book documents both background knowledge and results of the latest research in the field. Unique features include comparisons of information content of EPR, ENDOR, Triple resonance, ESEEM and PELDOR taken at different microwave frequencies and magnetic fields. Coherent treatment of the subject by the leading Berlin high-field EPR laboratory covers the theoretical background as well as state-of-art research both in terms of instrumentation and application to biological systems. Finally, the book provides an outlook to future developments and references for further reading. High-Field EPR Spectroscopy on Proteins in Action is essential reading for scientists, professionals, academics and post graduate students working in this field.
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Economic Psychology of Travel and Tourism

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Economic Psychology of Travel and Tourism by John C Crotts
English | Feb 8, 1995 | ISBN: 1560247053 | 146 Pages | PDF | 18 MB
Here is an informative overview of economic psychology as applied to the study of travel and tourism. Economic psychology provides evidence about the behavior of consumers that is instrumental for the development of economic theory as well as for marketing, consumer policy, and research on travel and tourism. Economic Psychology of Travel and Tourism stimulates new approaches to the study of travel and tourism.

Economic Psychology of Travel and Tourism
Chapters contain empirical studies and explore conceptual and theoretical perspectives of the sociopsychological mechanisms that underlie travel and tourism demand and the economics of destinations. This book is a helpful resource for travel and marketing professionals and advanced students of tourism. These individuals often have a good background in psychology and in marketing, but little, if any, knowledge on how the two fields are linked. Economic Psychology of Travel and Tourism helps them see and understand the broader economic psychological issues that impact both the supply and demand sides of the travel and tourism economy.

Economic Psychology of Travel and Tourism discusses such issues as corporate identity, promotion/advertising, information processing, meaning structure, and consumer behavior, research, and demand. Specific chapters in this book include:
an investigation of the relationship between the way tourists think to realize their dreams and the tourist industry's potential to make those dreams come true
an examination of current literature related to 4 prevalent topical areas associated with consumer behavior in recreational and touristic contexts
an exploratory study to determine the extent to which friends and/or relatives influence travel decisionmaking processes beyond the role of information provider
the development of a model of decisionmaking associated with long-term, complex purchase processes
effects of tour brochures with experiential information
a study of promotion and demand in international tourism
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The Creative Director: Conductor, Teacher, Leader by Edward S. Lisk

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The Creative Director: Conductor, Teacher, Leader by Edward S. Lisk
English | Jan 1, 2007 | ISBN: 1574630792 | 136 Pages | PDF | 14,9 MB

The Creative Director: Conductor, Teacher, Leader by Edward S. Lisk
(Meredith Music Resource). Conducting-listening skills, harmonic and melodic content, ensemble sonority and expressive conducting are only a few of the insightful topics included in Ed Lisk's latest publication. The complexities of instrumental music as related to Howard Gardner's Theories of Multiple Intelligences are thoroughly discussed and provide an overwhelming foundation for the support of music in the schools. From philosophy to practicality, this book has it all!

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Practical Skills in Chemistry (PSK) by John Dean

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Practical Skills in Chemistry (PSK) by John Dean
English | Nov 6, 2001 | ISBN: 013028002X | 377 Pages | DJVU | 12 MB
This text's unique and comprehensive coverage includes: general advice on practical work; basic laboratory skills, classical and instrumental techniques; analysis and presentation of data; information technology; library resources; and communicating information.

Practical Skills in Chemistry (PSK) by John Dean
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Mozart’s Viennese Instrumental Music: A Study of Stylistic Re-Invention by Simon P. Keefe

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Mozart's Viennese Instrumental Music: A Study of Stylistic Re-Invention by Simon P. Keefe
English | Aug 16, 2007 | ISBN: 1843833190 | 230 Pages | PDF | 1,4 MB

Mozart’s Viennese Instrumental Music: A Study of Stylistic Re-Invention by Simon P. Keefe
The stylistic evolution of Mozart's Viennese instrumental repertory as a whole (1781-1791), closely tied to historical and contextual lines of enquiry, has yet to receive systematic attention. This book fills the gap through a study of stylistic re-invention, a practically- and empirically-based theory that explains how innovative, putatively inspired ideas take shape in Mozart's works and lead to stylistic re-formulation. Re-invention comprises a two-stage process: Mozart manipulates pre-existent stylistic features of his music to climactic effect, in so doing introducing a demonstrably 'new' stylistic dimension with broad aesthetic resonance; he subsequently re-appraises his style in response to the dimension in question. From close examination of a variety of Mozart's works (piano concertos, string quartets and symphonies in particular), supported by study of Mozart's other chamber and dramatic works, the author shows that stylistic re-invention is a consistent and coherent manifestation of stylistic development. Ultimately re-invention puts centre stage the interaction of intellectual and imaginative elements of Mozart's musical personality, accounting both for processes of reflection and re-appraisal and for striking conceptual leaps. SIMON P. KEEFE is James Rossiter Hoyle Chair of Music, University of Sheffield.
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