Une lecture indispensable pour tous ceux qui s'intéressent à la métaphysique et recherchent la vérité au milieu de toutes les superstitions modernistes. Ce livre d'une approche très simple, permet de corriger certaines conceptions erronées qui ont cours de nos jours. La Onzième Heure du même auteur est également un livre indispensable.
Two of the greatest and best-loved chamber works for clarinet. Maximiliano Martin, one of the most charismatic players of his generation, is principal clarinet of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. The Badke Quartet, formed in 2002, is widely recognised as one of Britain's finest string quartets, receiving widespread acclaim for its energy and vibrancy. 'Martin elegantly conveys the soul and introspection of Brahms…'
Back in 2008, former Wishbone Ash bassist/vocalist Martin Turner came up with the idea of re-recording the immortal "Argus" record with his then current band consisting of Ray Hatfield, Keith Buck, Rob Hewins, and Danny Willson. The legendary John Wetton (Asia, Uriah Heep, Wishbone Ash) and Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes also make an appearance on one track. However, the intention was to approach the aforementioned album from a slightly different angle with respect to the technology used to record it and each individual musician's contribution to the song material…
Known in her heyday as "the blues sensation of the West," the big-voiced Sara Martin was one of the best of the classic female blues singers of the '20s. Martin began her career as a vaudeville performer, switching to blues singing in the early '20s. In 1922, she began recording for OKeh Records, cutting a number of bawdy blues like "Mean Tight Mama." She continued recording until 1928. During this time, Martin became a popular performer on the southern Theater Owners' Booking Association circuits, eventually playing theaters and clubs on the east coast as well. In the early '30s, Sara Martin retired from blues singing and settled in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. While she was in Louisville, she ran a nursing home and occasionally sang gospel in church. Sara Martin died after suffering a stroke in 1955.