The Bone Flute

The Bone Flute Author Patricia Bow
ISBN-10 9781554694464
Release 2004-09-01
Pages 144
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Camrose, a perfectly normal 12-year-old, has inherited responsibility for an ancient bone flute, an object of quest for two time-wandering rivals, one of them lord of the Otherworld. With the help of her friend Mark and the not-quite-human Miranda, Camrose braves fire and much worse to claim the flute and restore it to its rightful -- and unexpected -- owner.

The Bone Flute

The Bone Flute Author Nicole A. Bourke
ISBN-10 070223446X
Release 2004
Pages 302
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Paperback re-issue of novel delving into the psyche of a woman unable to escape domestic abuse - first from her father then from a partner who alternates between ferocious protection and vicious physical abuse. Traces her journey from her frustrating passivity to her emerging strength, but in the end she remains unable to protect her infant daughter. Author won the 2000 Queensland Premier's Literary Award for best manuscript from an emerging Queensland writer.

A bone flute

A bone flute Author Philip J. T. Martin
ISBN-10 UOM:39015019955254
Release 1974
Pages 63
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The Magical Bone Flute

The Magical Bone Flute Author Joseph Canisius Dias
ISBN-10 9781467001823
Release 2011-10
Pages 76
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'THE MAGICAL BONE FLUTE' by Joseph Canisius Dias is a thrilling adventure of Ahmed, a young Arab boy who finds a bone flute in the mountains near Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. Little does he know how blessed he is in owning it when he wants to lose it for good! On the other hand, Majid, an Egyptologist, who has deciphered an old manuscript describing its magical properties, is also seeking to possess it. Sadly, the genie of the flute cannot be a slave to two masters ! AHMED MUST DIE if Majid has to be the new master of the flute!

Mousterian bone flute and other finds from Divje Babe I cave site in Slovenia

Mousterian  bone flute  and other finds from Divje Babe I cave site in Slovenia Author Ivan Turk
ISBN-10 UVA:X004172355
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 223
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The most topical Middle Paleolithic site in Slovenia is presented in full detail in this series. The Divje Babe I cave site became famous for the discovery of what current investigations indicate could be the oldest human flute known, made of the bone of a cave bear. The principal parts of the book address typological, technological, acoustic and musicological aspects of this remarkable find. Individual chapters present the stratigraphy, chronology, fauna and flora from the site, in addition to the Paleolithic material finds up to the layer including the bone flute.

Kokopelli s Flute

Kokopelli s Flute Author Will Hobbs
ISBN-10 1439136742
Release 2008-09-08
Pages 160
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THE MAGIC HAD ALWAYS BEEN THERE. Tep Jones has always felt the magic of Picture House, an Anasazi cliff dwelling near the seed farm where he lives with his parents. But he could never have imagined what would happen to him on the night of a lunar eclipse, when he finds a bone flute left behind by grave robbers. Tep falls under the spell of a powerful ancient magic that traps him at night in the body of an animal. Only by unraveling the mysteries of Picture House can Tep save himself and his desperately ill mother. Does the enigmatic old Indian who calls himself Cricket hold the key to unlocking the secrets of the past? And can Tep find the answers in time?

The Origins of Music

The Origins of Music Author Nils Lennart Wallin
ISBN-10 0262731436
Release 2001
Pages 498
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The book can be viewed as representing the birth of evolutionary biomusicology.

Neanderthal Flute

Neanderthal Flute Author Robert Fink
ISBN-10 0912424125
Release 1997
Pages 33
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ISBN-10 OCLC:235972861
Release 1993
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has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full book for free.

The Official Guide for GMAT Review 2015 with Online Question Bank and Exclusive Video

The Official Guide for GMAT Review 2015 with Online Question Bank and Exclusive Video Author GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council)
ISBN-10 9781118914106
Release 2014-06-26
Pages 840
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This is the only official study guide from the creators of the test and delivers more than 900 retired GMAT® questions and answer explanations and a 100- question diagnostic exam to help focus your test preparation efforts. NEW to The Official Guide for GMAT® Review 2015: Access to the online Question Bank including more than 900 practice questions of all types with answers and explanations, math review, essay topics, and a diagnostic test, as well as access to 50 online integrated reasoning questions. Exclusive access to videos from real test takers and GMAC staff who share insight and tips on GMAT® preparation.


Music Author DK
ISBN-10 9781409350040
Release 2013-10-17
Pages 400
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The story of music from prehistory to the present day Classical or rock, everyone has their favourite musical style, but how did your top choice come about? Why did jazz go Latin, or blues influence rock? Find out in Music, a visual history of the most unifying art form in the world. Every musical revolution from bone flutes to electronica and from jazz to hip-hop is charted in this visually stunning history of music. Key musical innovators like Mozart, Elvis and Johnny Cash are profiled with biographies that detail their lives and works and every development from baroque to rock and roll is covered. Music includes illustrated histories of instruments and listening suggestions for each musical genre, plus a free digital audio offering with audio samples of instruments and musical styles. Whether you are young or old, into hip-hop or opera, Music will hit the right note with you.

Music and the Young Mind

Music and the Young Mind Author Maureen Harris
ISBN-10 9781607090632
Release 2009-04-16
Pages 150
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Maureen Harris has written an early childhood music program that is easily incorporated into the classroom routine. Written for the early childhood educator-experienced or trainee, musician or nonmusician_this book describes a music-enriched environment for teaching the whole child. Now educators can put research into practice and benefit from the wealth of knowledge and research acquired over the centuries on the power of music. With easy-to-follow lesson plans, sing-along CDs (sung in a suitable pitch for the young child), and supporting literature, educators can gain musical confidence as they explore research on child development, learn how to create a music-enriched environment and build musical confidence, see a curriculum time-frame, and follow lesson plans with ideas for further musical creativity and exploration. In addition, the multicultural section shows how to set up an early childhood music setting that maximizes the benefits of a variety of cultural values and practices. As you read this book you will begin to see music as a biological human need, an incredible vehicle for enhancing intelligence, and a means to connecting and uniting people around the world.

Chinese Music

Chinese Music Author
ISBN-10 IND:30000116750781
Release 1987
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Fang or Flint Crosscurrents

Fang or Flint  Crosscurrents Author Bob Fink
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The Long Space

The Long Space Author Peter Hitchcock
ISBN-10 0804773408
Release 2009-12-01
Pages 320
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The resurgence of "world literature" as a category of study seems to coincide with what we understand as globalization, but how does postcolonial writing fit into this picture? Beyond the content of this novel or that, what elements of postcolonial fiction might challenge the assumption that its main aim is to circulate native information globally? The Long Space provides a fresh look at the importance of postcolonial writing by examining how it articulates history and place both in content and form. Not only does it offer a new theoretical model for understanding decolonization's impact on duration in writing, but through a series of case studies of Guyanese, Somali, Indonesian, and Algerian writers, it urges a more protracted engagement with time and space in postcolonial narrative. Although each writer—Wilson Harris, Nuruddin Farah, Pramoedya Ananta Toer, and Assia Djebar—explores a unique understanding of postcoloniality, each also makes a more general assertion about the difference of time and space in decolonization. Taken together, they herald a transnationalism beyond the contaminated coordinates of globalization as currently construed.

What the River Carries

What the River Carries Author Lisa Knopp
ISBN-10 9780826272768
Release 2012-05-18
Pages 248
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In this informed and lyrical collection of interwoven essays, Lisa Knopp explores the physical and cultural geography of the Mississippi, Missouri, and Platte, rivers she has come to understand and cherish. At the same time, she contemplates how people experience landscape, identifying three primary roles of environmental perception: the insider, the outsider, and the outsider seeking to become an insider. Viewing the waterways through these approaches, she searches for knowledge and meaning. Because Knopp was born and raised just a few blocks away, she considers the Mississippi from the perspective of a native resident, a “dweller in the land.” She revisits places she has long known: Nauvoo, Illinois, the site of two nineteenth-century utopias, one Mormon, one Icarian; Muscatine, Iowa, once the world’s largest manufacturer of pearl (mussel shell) buttons; and the mysterious prehistoric bird- and bear-shaped effigy mounds of northeastern Iowa. On a downriver trip between the Twin Cities and St. Louis, she meditates on what can be found in Mississippi river water—state lines, dissolved oxygen, smallmouth bass, corpses, family history, wrecked steamboats, mayfly nymphs, toxic perfluorinated chemicals, philosophies. Knopp first encountered the Missouri as a tourist and became acquainted with it through literary and historical documents, as well as stories told by longtime residents. Her journey includes stops at Fort Bellefontaine, where Lewis and Clark first slept on their sojourn to the Pacific; Little Dixie, Missouri’s slaveholding, hemp-growing region, as revealed through the life of Jesse James’s mother; Fort Randall Dam and Lake Francis Case, the construction of which destroyed White Swan on the Yankton Sioux Reservation; and places that produced unique musical responses to the river, including Native American courting flutes, indie rock, Missouri River valley fiddling, Prohibition-era jazz jam sessions, and German folk music. Knopp’s relationship with the Platte is marked by intentionality: she settled nearby and chose to develop deep and lasting connections over twenty years’ residence. On this adventure, she ponders the half-million sandhill cranes that pass through Nebraska each spring, the ancient varieties of Pawnee corn growing at the Great Platte River Road Archway Monument, a never-broken tract of tallgrass prairie, the sugar beet industry, and the changes in the river brought about by the demands of irrigation. In the final essay, Knopp undertakes the science of river meanders, consecutive loops of water moving in opposite directions, which form around obstacles but also develop in the absence of them. What initiates the turning that results in a meander remains a mystery. Such is the subtle and interior process of knowing and loving a place. What the River Carries asks readers to consider their own relationships with landscape and how one can most meaningfully and responsibly dwell on the earth’s surface.

The Singing Bone

The Singing Bone Author Beth Hahn
ISBN-10 9781942872566
Release 2016-03-01
Pages 320
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1979: 17-year-old Alice Pearson can't wait to graduate and escape her small town. When she and her friends meet the enigmatic Jack Wyck, they are enticed by his quasi-mystical philosophy and the promise of a constant party. Once in his thrall, their heady, freewheeling idyll takes an increasingly sinister turn and they face a night of horriffic murders. 20 years later, Alice has created a quiet life for herself. But Wyck has never forgiven Alice for testifying against him, and as he plots to regain his freedom, she is forced to confront the suppressed memories.