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Thu Oct 16 17:54:08 2014 UTClccn-n20040009380.00de Kooning /0.241.00Opposites attract Works & Process at the Guggenheim /16610800n 20040009386299803スワン, アナリンlccn-n83147625Stevens, Mark1951-lccn-n83149905De Kooning, Willem1904-1997lccn-n85093362Bernstein, Peter W.lccn-n81027426Forbes Inclccn-n2004122062Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malarialccn-n82017683Magnum Photosnp-bernstein, peterBernstein, Peterlccn-n88014047Aperture Foundationlccn-nb2009007143ASAP Medialccn-nb2009007130Sulcas, AdèleSwan, AnnalynBiographyPictorial worksExhibition catalogsPortraitsUnited StatesArtistsDe Kooning, Willem,WealthMillionairesRich peopleAIDS (Disease)--PatientsAIDS (Disease)Alexander, John,United States--Gulf CoastAnderson, Walter Inglis,Animals in artBirds in artDocumentary photographyJewish musiciansAvant-garde (Music)Electronic musicArtistic collaborationBusinessMP3 (Audio coding standard)19801989200420052006200720082009201020112012201340491956709.2N6537.D43ocn174964112214321ocn054817142book20040.25Stevens, MarkDe Kooning : an American masterBiographyTraces the career of abstract expressionist Willem De Kooning, discussing his personal life with wife Elaine Fried, and his battle with alcoholism and Alzheimer's disease+-+816662028511908ocn123485200book20070.21All the money in the world : how the Forbes 400 make-- and spend--their fortunesProfiles the wealthiest Americans of the past quarter century to reveal how they achieved success in various fields, how they made their fortunes in various industries, and how they saved, enhanced, and occasionally squandered their wealth+-+07611725852683ocn317250805book20090.27Access to lifePortraitsPictorial works"In 'Access to Life' eight Magnum photographers portray thirty people in nine countries before and nine months after they began antiretroviral treatment for AIDS"--Disc label of DVD-ROM+-+30566624062487ocn143048839rcrd20070.13Bernstein, Peter WAll the money in the world [how the Forbes 400 make... and spend... their fortunes]Profiles the wealthiest Americans of the past quarter century to reveal how they achieved success in various fields, how they made their fortunes in various industries, and how they saved, enhanced, and occasionally squandered their wealth+-+47679406961031ocn724670844book20110.74Alexander, JohnOne world, two artists : John Alexander & Walter AndersonExhibition catalogs+-+7525288345461ocn150327229book20060.18Stevens, MarkDe Kooning : een Amerikaanse meesterLeven en werk van de Nederlandse/Amerikaanse kunstenaar Willem de Kooning (1904-1997)191ocn814550450book20080.06Bo en si tanGun qian ji : gen zhu fu bi shi 400 da fu hao xue zhuan qian111ocn310072639book20080.18Gun qian ji : gen zhu Fubishi 400 da fu hao xue zhuan qian72ocn799540835book2006Stevens, Markde Kooning31ocn849171096book20080.06Bo en si tanGun qian ji31ocn244560814book20080.10Birionea seikatsu hakusho : chō fugōtachi wa dō kasegi dō tsukatte iru no ka = All the money in the world : how the Forbes 400 make--and spend--their fortunes21ocn606544918book20100.22Gun qian ji : Fubusi fu hao jiao ni zhuan qianProfiles the wealthiest Americans of the past quarter century to reveal how they achieved success in various fields, how they made their fortunes in various industries, and how they saved, enhanced, and occasionally squandered their wealth11ocn006338836book19800.47Swan, AnnalynItzhak Perlman, top fiddle12ocn883421647rcrd20060.10Stevens, MarkDe Kooning : an American masterBiography11ocn869733663file2013Swan, AnnalynAll the money in the worldFrom Wall Street to the West Coast, from blue-collar billionaires to blue-blood fortunes, from the Google guys to hedge-fund honchos, All the Money in the World gives us the lowdown on today richest Americans. Veteran journalists Peter W. Bernstein and Annalyn Swan delve into who made and lost the most money in the past twenty-five years, the fields and industries that have produced the greatest wealth, the biggest risk takers, the most competitive players, the most wasteful family feuds, the trophy wives, the most conspicuous consumers, the biggest art collectors, and the most and least generous philanthropists. Incorporating exclusive, never-before-published data from Forbes magazine, All the Money in the World is a vastly entertaining, behind-the-scenes look at today's Big Rich. From the Trade Paperback edition+-+752217258532411ocn681323125book2007Bernstein, Peter WAll the money in the world : how the Forbes 400 make--and spend--their fortunes+-+960208482511ocn174964112visu19891.00Opposites attract Works & Process at the GuggenheimOpposites attract is a collaboration between Paul Dresher and Ned Rothenberg, presented as a work in progress in this program. These discs contain two programs recorded on the same day at the Guggenheim Museum. Disc 1 contains an afternoon program featuring Paul Dresher. It begins with a performance of Double ikat; following the performance Dresher speaks about the piece, originally composed for Loose the thread, a ballet choreographed by Brenda Way based on the lives of the Bloomsbury Group. Dresher discusses how Double ikat departs from his usual style; the influence of eastern music and East Asian weaving on the piece; his use of improvisation; and his music for electric guitar. Disc 2 contains a rehearsal for Opposites attract. On the evening program on Disc 3, Dresher and Ned Rothenberg speak about how their collaboration came about and how it reflects their divergent musical backgrounds. Dresher discusses his relationship to California-based minimalist composers; Rothenberg speaks about the various instruments he plays and how he achieves different sonic effects through performance techniques; and about his collaboration with Japanese pianist Yuji Takahashi. Dresher and Rothenberg discuss and demonstrate the tape loop technology used in Opposites attract. A full performance of the work follows, beginning on disc 3 and concluding on disc 411ocn676058247book2008Birionea seikatsu hakusho : Chōfugōtachi wa dō kasegi dō tsukatteirunoka01ocn671249790score2007Bernstein, Peter WAll the money in the world how the Forbes 400 make and spend their fortunes+-+9602084825+-+8166620285+-+8166620285Thu Oct 16 15:05:58 EDT 2014batch11620