Sovereign Citizens Pocket Constitution

Author: Sovereign CITIZENS
ISBN: 055768112X
Size: 35.11 MB
Format: PDF
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THE SOVEREIGN CITIZENS POCKET DECLARATION OFINDEPENDENCE&THE CONSTITUTION OFTHE UNITED STATES OFAMERICAWith Quotes from the FoundingFather's and the Pioneers ofAmerica,with Judicial Case Law.Our 119 page unique Pocket Constitution includes the United States Constitution, The Declaration of Independence, The Bill of Rights, All the Federal elected, judges, and Military oath's of office, Quotes from our Founding Fathers and Pioneers of the United States of America. Includes Judicial Case law. First Edition. Pocket Book also includes Famous Historical Prints of "The Signing of the Constitution" by: Howard C. Christy. "Signing of the Declaration of Independence" by: John Trumbull. "Portrait of Thomas Jefferson" by: Rembrandt Peale. "Portrait of John Adams" by: Asher B. Durand. "Benjamin Franklin" from the firm of William Alexander & Sons, Edinburgh. "The Spirit of '76 Yankee Doodle" by: A. M. Willard. And, "Thomas Paine" Auguste Millière.*

The Pocket Guide To Opera

Author: Anna Selby
Publisher: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 1783370084
Size: 61.94 MB
Format: PDF
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Everything you need to know about opera in one handy guide. Part of our best-selling Pocket Guide series, The Pocket Guide to Opera contains A-Z synopses of operas and biographies of the characters, lyricists and composers. The book features the history of opera, setting it in the context of its day and discussing the influence of world events and influences such as the Freemasons and the composers’ patrons. With factboxes highlighting surprising, little known and often quirky operatic facts, this fascinating book is a must-buy guide for everyone who loves opera.

Barbiere Di Siviglia

Author: Gioacchino Rossini
Publisher: Oneworld Classics
Size: 13.40 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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English National Opera Guides are ideal companions to the opera. They provide stimulating introductory articles together with the complete text of each opera in English and the original. Rossini is one of the great operatic composers, an innovator within the whole concept of what was appropriate for serious as well as comic opera. Moses is a score which he revised for Paris, ten years after it had been composed for Naples; the result shows the evolution of his dramatic taste over a crucial decade—from the neo-classical sublime to spectacular Romantic grand opera. The Barber has been a consistent favorite with the public and performers since it opened, and Marco Spada analyses how its stylish comedy has been misunderstood. Other essays throw light on the working conditions of the opera industry in Rossini's Italy, on Balzac's delightful novel concerning Moses and on the exceptional challenge of performing this type of music to a high standard.