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Elegant, Elegant - Chris Abrahams & Clare Cooper - Germ Studies (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 10,  · 4 years later after a long process of recording and editing, splitrec is proud to be able to release such a lovingly designed and musically strong statement as Germ Studies. From the 1st track on disk 1, Acid Shower – , to the last track on disk 2, Angry Climax – , small scale is rigourously adhered to, but the end result is a major /5(4).
  2. Germ Studies is the inspired Australian pairing of renowned Sydney pianist Chris Abrahams, and Berlin-based harpist Clare Cooper – but if you're expecting a harmonic polyphony of harp and piano you'll be shocked by the alien landscapes that span the tracks of this double disk.
  3. CHRIS ABRAHAMS & CLARE COOPER - GERM STUDIES (2CD by Split Records) A CD with 99 tracks is not a novelty anymore. It has been done for various purposes, like playing in shuffling mode (Freundschaft), to be re-composed by the listener (Jos Smolders) or just for the sake of it (Kapotte Muziek).
  4. GERM STUDIES for Guzheng and DX7 – Chris Abrahams, DX7, Clare Cooper, Guzheng – splitrec CD19 double CD + poster. From the 1st track on disc 1, Acid Shower – , to the last track on disc 2, Angry Climax – , small scale is rigorously adhered to, but the end result is a major statement over the tracks.
  5. The Australian duo of pianist Chris Abrahams (Necks) & Berlin harpist Clare Cooper in a series of short improvisations performed on Yamaha DX7 and the 14th century Guzheng harp, presented with illustrations in an unusual and obsessively rewarding project.
  6. Fear has always motivated action, and today, fear of the germ drives industry’s bottom line. First the wine industry, and later the dairy industry, the food industry, the Ag industry, the medical industry, and the media, all use fear of an invisible germ as the trigger to sell their products.
  7. An article by Marshall and Warren on their culturing of "unidentified curved bacilli" appeared in the British medical journal The Lancet in , and was followed by other suggestive studies. For.
  8. History What is the Germ Theory? Thoughts of Illness before the Germ Theory Industrial Revolution Basically, its admitting that germs do exist and they are what makes us sick. The Industrial Revolution is known for bringing about new inventions and making changes both.
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