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Michel, Adeline: Roots of Life
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Erscheinungsdatum: 20.08.2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Roots of Life, Titelzusatz: Growing through Life's Roller Coaster, Autor: Michel, Adeline, Verlag: Palmetto Publishing Group, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Belletristik // Lyrik, Dramatik, Essays, Seiten: 68, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 177 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Michel, Adeline: Roots of Life
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Erscheinungsdatum: 20.08.2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Roots of Life, Titelzusatz: Growing through Life's Roller Coaster, Autor: Michel, Adeline, Verlag: Palmetto Publishing Group, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Belletristik // Lyrik, Dramatik, Essays, Seiten: 68, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 177 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Telemann und Bach - Telemann-Beiträge
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I. Telemann und BachWolf Hobohm, Berührungspunkte in den Biographien Georg Philipp Telemanns und Johann Sebastian Bachs • Jürgen Rathje, Telemanns „Sonnet auf weyland Herrn Capellmeister Bach“ • Joachim Kremer, Johann Sebastian Bach und sein ‘glücklicher Rivale’: Zu Romain Rollands Telemannbild • Ute Poetzsch-Seban, Bach und Neumeister – Bach und Telemann • Brit Reipsch, Annotationen zu Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Friedrich Helbig und Johann Sebastian Bach • Ute Poetzsch-Seban, Wann wurde „Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis“ BWV 21/BC 99a erstaufgeführt? • Martina Falletta, Die Kantaten „Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn“ von Telemann und Bach • Steven Zohn, Bach’s Borrowings from Telemann • Brit Reipsch, Telemann-Werke im BWV – eine ÜbersichtII. Telemann-BeiträgeElisabeth Rübcke, Die Autobiographie des Plöner Pastors Andreas Telemann aus dem Jahr 1745 • Jürgen Neubacher, Telemanns „Engel-Jahrgang“ und Zensurbestrebungen für kirchenmusikalische Texte in Hamburg • Rashid-Sascha Pegah, Zur Rezeption des Orphée-Librettos von Michel du Boulay in Deutschland • Joachim Roller, Tiefsinn oder Willkür? Zu den Bezifferungen in Telemanns „Harmonischen Gottes-Dienst“ • Steffen Voss, „... sur les loix d’une certaine societé“. Die Mizlersche Societät der musikalischen Wissenschaften im Urteil Telemanns und Matthesons • Ian Payne, Telemann’s Fragmentary Overture-Suites (TWV 55): Some Problems of Transmission and Reconstruction • Erich Tremmel, Die „Quartflöte“, insbesondere in Werken Telemanns • Register

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Losing It
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An American-Israeli Psychiatrist reflects on sixty years of experience in the changing field of mental health. Starting with Foxboro State Hospital of the 1950's, the author describes his struggles with the contradictions inherent in medical and psychiatric training and practice. Each decade includes an imaginary conversation with Michel Foucault, one of the most important social critics of the twentieth century. The work provides a roller-coaster ride of wit and wisdom, anger and despair, warmth and relation. Losing It challenges mental health professionals from trainees to seasoned veterans with an incisive mirror of unspoken experiences and offers a wealth of conceptual analysis and suggestions for change. The work contains an unusually readable account of Foucault's thought brought to life through concrete examples from the author's vast array of professional encounters. Students of Foucault will find here a consideration of many topics which are carried an additional step beyond Foucault's writings and recently published lectures.

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Telemann und Bach - Telemann-Beiträge
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I. Telemann und Bach Wolf Hobohm, Berührungspunkte in den Biographien Georg Philipp Telemanns und Johann Sebastian Bachs • Jürgen Rathje, Telemanns „Sonnet auf weyland Herrn Capellmeister Bach“ • Joachim Kremer, Johann Sebastian Bach und sein ‘glücklicher Rivale’: Zu Romain Rollands Telemannbild • Ute Poetzsch-Seban, Bach und Neumeister – Bach und Telemann • Brit Reipsch, Annotationen zu Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Friedrich Helbig und Johann Sebastian Bach • Ute Poetzsch-Seban, Wann wurde „Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis“ BWV 21/BC 99a erstaufgeführt? • Martina Falletta, Die Kantaten „Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn“ von Telemann und Bach • Steven Zohn, Bach’s Borrowings from Telemann • Brit Reipsch, Telemann-Werke im BWV – eine Übersicht II. Telemann-Beiträge Elisabeth Rübcke, Die Autobiographie des Plöner Pastors Andreas Telemann aus dem Jahr 1745 • Jürgen Neubacher, Telemanns „Engel-Jahrgang“ und Zensurbestrebungen für kirchenmusikalische Texte in Hamburg • Rashid-Sascha Pegah, Zur Rezeption des Orphée-Librettos von Michel du Boulay in Deutschland • Joachim Roller, Tiefsinn oder Willkür? Zu den Bezifferungen in Telemanns „Harmonischen Gottes-Dienst“ • Steffen Voss, „... sur les loix d’une certaine societé“. Die Mizlersche Societät der musikalischen Wissenschaften im Urteil Telemanns und Matthesons • Ian Payne, Telemann’s Fragmentary Overture-Suites (TWV 55): Some Problems of Transmission and Reconstruction • Erich Tremmel, Die „Quartflöte“, insbesondere in Werken Telemanns • Register

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Looking for Earths: The Race to Find New Solar ...
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Are we alone in the unfathomable vastness of the universe? Or are there other planets capable of generating and sustaining life in an atmosphere similar to Earth's? Fifty years of intensive searching for other solar systems produced no credible claim for an extrasolar planet. Then, in the last two exciting years, several teams of astronomers around the globe caught the first glimpses of a rich crop of giant, Jupiter-sized gas planets-the first compelling evidence that not only are there other Earth-like planets, but that they may well be more plentiful than ever imagined. With an insider's perspective, prominent planetary scientist Alan Boss takes you to the front lines of this ongoing race for discovery, revealing the behind-the-scenes story of scientific determination, frustration, and triumph. He leads readers to the mountaintop observatories that house the world's most powerful telescopes, and into the tension-filled scientific meetings where new results are announced and old results overturned, bringing the process of discovery vividly alive. Share in the roller-coaster ride as intricate observations of miniscule stellar wobbles raise hopes high that at last a true planet has been found, only to be shattered almost immediately by more powerful observations. Follow the checkered course as competing theories of planetary formation collide and what were thought to be planets dissolve into brown dwarfs, pulsars, and binary stars. Along the way we meet all the major players, from astronomer Peter van de Kamp, whose dreams of discovery lived on undeterred even after years of painstaking observations proved futile, to maverick NASA administrator Daniel Goldin, who dared to suggest in 1992 that 'perhaps, just perhaps, the next generation's legacy will be an image of a planet 30 light years from Earth.' We watch as the brilliant innovators Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz invent a new method for detection and, defying all odds, make the first major discovery by looking in territory where seasoned astronomers said no planets could ever be found. With remarkable clarity and an astronomer's insight, Alan Boss describes the ingenious techniques and intricate measurements that planet hunters use to detect objects that are so far away even the most powerful Earth-based telescopes cannot observe them directly. He also clearly explains the crucial role played by theorists who offer inventive new ideas to account for apparently impossible data, and captures the lively tension between theory and observation that defines the forefront of astronomical discovery. As so few books do, Looking for Earths allows readers to share in both the intellectual adventure of contemporary, high-tech discovery and the rough-and-tumble process of day-to-day scientific competition. Revealing the fierce determination required to establish and protect research programs, Alan Boss tells the inside stories of heated battles, such as the intense lobbying to save the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) project in 1993 and a blow-by-blow account of the infamous 1991 'Woods Hole Shootout' that determined the direction of big-ticket American astronomy for years to come. For anyone who ever dreamed of peering through the eyepiece of a massive telescope and glimpsing the far-distant reaches of our universe, Looking for Earths offers the excitement of astronomical observation and the intellectual adventure of discovering new worlds.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Telemann und Bach - Telemann-Beiträge
59,70 € *
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I. Telemann und Bach Wolf Hobohm, Berührungspunkte in den Biographien Georg Philipp Telemanns und Johann Sebastian Bachs • Jürgen Rathje, Telemanns „Sonnet auf weyland Herrn Capellmeister Bach“ • Joachim Kremer, Johann Sebastian Bach und sein ‘glücklicher Rivale’: Zu Romain Rollands Telemannbild • Ute Poetzsch-Seban, Bach und Neumeister – Bach und Telemann • Brit Reipsch, Annotationen zu Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Friedrich Helbig und Johann Sebastian Bach • Ute Poetzsch-Seban, Wann wurde „Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis“ BWV 21/BC 99a erstaufgeführt? • Martina Falletta, Die Kantaten „Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn“ von Telemann und Bach • Steven Zohn, Bach’s Borrowings from Telemann • Brit Reipsch, Telemann-Werke im BWV – eine Übersicht II. Telemann-Beiträge Elisabeth Rübcke, Die Autobiographie des Plöner Pastors Andreas Telemann aus dem Jahr 1745 • Jürgen Neubacher, Telemanns „Engel-Jahrgang“ und Zensurbestrebungen für kirchenmusikalische Texte in Hamburg • Rashid-Sascha Pegah, Zur Rezeption des Orphée-Librettos von Michel du Boulay in Deutschland • Joachim Roller, Tiefsinn oder Willkür? Zu den Bezifferungen in Telemanns „Harmonischen Gottes-Dienst“ • Steffen Voss, „... sur les loix d’une certaine societé“. Die Mizlersche Societät der musikalischen Wissenschaften im Urteil Telemanns und Matthesons • Ian Payne, Telemann’s Fragmentary Overture-Suites (TWV 55): Some Problems of Transmission and Reconstruction • Erich Tremmel, Die „Quartflöte“, insbesondere in Werken Telemanns • Register

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Looking for Earths: The Race to Find New Solar ...
35,99 € *
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Are we alone in the unfathomable vastness of the universe? Or are there other planets capable of generating and sustaining life in an atmosphere similar to Earth's? Fifty years of intensive searching for other solar systems produced no credible claim for an extrasolar planet. Then, in the last two exciting years, several teams of astronomers around the globe caught the first glimpses of a rich crop of giant, Jupiter-sized gas planets-the first compelling evidence that not only are there other Earth-like planets, but that they may well be more plentiful than ever imagined. With an insider's perspective, prominent planetary scientist Alan Boss takes you to the front lines of this ongoing race for discovery, revealing the behind-the-scenes story of scientific determination, frustration, and triumph. He leads readers to the mountaintop observatories that house the world's most powerful telescopes, and into the tension-filled scientific meetings where new results are announced and old results overturned, bringing the process of discovery vividly alive. Share in the roller-coaster ride as intricate observations of miniscule stellar wobbles raise hopes high that at last a true planet has been found, only to be shattered almost immediately by more powerful observations. Follow the checkered course as competing theories of planetary formation collide and what were thought to be planets dissolve into brown dwarfs, pulsars, and binary stars. Along the way we meet all the major players, from astronomer Peter van de Kamp, whose dreams of discovery lived on undeterred even after years of painstaking observations proved futile, to maverick NASA administrator Daniel Goldin, who dared to suggest in 1992 that 'perhaps, just perhaps, the next generation's legacy will be an image of a planet 30 light years from Earth.' We watch as the brilliant innovators Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz invent a new method for detection and, defying all odds, make the first major discovery by looking in territory where seasoned astronomers said no planets could ever be found. With remarkable clarity and an astronomer's insight, Alan Boss describes the ingenious techniques and intricate measurements that planet hunters use to detect objects that are so far away even the most powerful Earth-based telescopes cannot observe them directly. He also clearly explains the crucial role played by theorists who offer inventive new ideas to account for apparently impossible data, and captures the lively tension between theory and observation that defines the forefront of astronomical discovery. As so few books do, Looking for Earths allows readers to share in both the intellectual adventure of contemporary, high-tech discovery and the rough-and-tumble process of day-to-day scientific competition. Revealing the fierce determination required to establish and protect research programs, Alan Boss tells the inside stories of heated battles, such as the intense lobbying to save the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) project in 1993 and a blow-by-blow account of the infamous 1991 'Woods Hole Shootout' that determined the direction of big-ticket American astronomy for years to come. For anyone who ever dreamed of peering through the eyepiece of a massive telescope and glimpsing the far-distant reaches of our universe, Looking for Earths offers the excitement of astronomical observation and the intellectual adventure of discovering new worlds.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 19.02.2020
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