Alternative Moscow

Erasure - From Moscow To Mars: An Erasure Anthology (13CDs, 2016)  Music

Posted by Discograf_man at April 10, 2017
Erasure - From Moscow To Mars: An Erasure Anthology (13CDs, 2016)

Erasure - From Moscow To Mars: An Erasure Anthology (13CDs, 2016)
Synthpop, Electronic, Pop | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1,81 Gb
Label: Mute, a BMG Company

30 years after the release of their debut album, ERASURE (Andy Bell and Vince Clarke) celebrate their incredible career and friendship with a 13 disc anthology box set charting their award-winning songwriting partnership. Mute / BMG are delighted to announce From Moscow To Mars – An Erasure Anthology. Curated by Vince and Andy it is a sumptuous box of memories of Erasure’s intergalactic journey through the pop and glitter and love that has defined their story so far.

The Moscow Option: An Alternative Second World War  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at Feb. 23, 2015
The Moscow Option: An Alternative Second World War

The Moscow Option: An Alternative Second World War
Greenhill Books | 2001 | ISBN: 185367463X | English | 232 pages | PDF | 36 MB

The Devil's Alternative  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MrLAG at Feb. 7, 2011
The Devil's Alternative

Frederick Forsyth, "The Devil's Alternative"
Bantam | September 1, 1982 | English | ISBN: 0553264907 | 432 pages | PDF | 1,6 Mb

Russia faces famine. The Soviets are forced to pin their hopes for survival on the U.S. But as the KGB and the CIA watch in horror, the rescue of a Ukrainian freedom fighter from the Black Sea unleashes savagery that endangers peace–and plunges leaders from Washington to Moscow into a web of overwhelming intrigue, terror, and suspense. Only two lovers can save the world from nuclear destruction. Yet every way out means certain death. and the countdown has already begun.
Anatoly Levin, Moscow Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra - 65th Anniversery of Nikolay Korndorf (2012)

Anatoly Levin, Moscow Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra - 65th Anniversery of Nikolay Korndorf (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 277.01 Mb + 40.25 Mb (Scans) | 63:32
Orchestral | Label: Moscow State Conservatory (SMC CD 0105)

During the entire year after the death of Nikolay Korndorf the Canadian radio (CBC) regularly broadcast his music, frequently upon the request of the listeners. Many letters started arriving in connection with this. One of them was especially memorable. It began with the words: “Twice already during this summer I had to park my truck when I heard such astonishing music. And twice I heard the same name. Mr. Korndorf! Where can I buy your recordings?" This compact disc with Korndorf’s music which you are holding in your hands is the first one to be released a in Russia. It was carried out by the Moscow Conservatoire, with which in one way or other about 4/5 of his life was connected - about forty years. Everything began at the age of 10, when he started attending the music school affiliated with the "Merzlyakov" College, then the “Merzlyakov” College affiliated with the Moscow, and then he graduated twice from the Moscow Conservatoire: as a composer and as a conductor. After this he taught at the Conservatoire for neariy 20 years: (about 80 of his students graduated from the Conservatoire as composers, musicologists and conductors). He was a remarkably educated and very erudite man who replenished his knowledge in completely different fields all his life.
A. Dmitriev, V. Fedoseyev, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra - Moscow Autumn Festival: Korndorf, Kouss, Eshpai (1989)

Alexander Dmitriev, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra - Moscow Autumn Festival: Korndorf, Kouss, Eshpai (1989)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 228.84 Mb | 67:36 | Scans included
Orchestral | Label: MCA (AED-68017)

The Moscow Autumn Festival is a major cultural showcase which premiers new works from Soviet composers. Since its debut 10 years ago, the Festival program has reached beyond a contemporary focus to also include the music of Western composers — from the Baroque period to present day. Performances from world-renowned orchestras, conductors, ensembles, and soloists further enhance this diverse and exciting event. Selections from some of the finest orchestral and choral works that highlighted the 1989 Festival are featured in this collection.

Edible Wild Plants: An alternative approach to food security  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at Sept. 24, 2017
Edible Wild Plants: An alternative approach to food security

Edible Wild Plants: An alternative approach to food security By Dr. Shabnum Shaheen, Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad, Nidaa Haroon
English | PDF | 2017 | 192 Pages | ISBN : 3319630369 | 9.44 MB

This text focuses on underutilized wild plants that can help to reduce food deficiency in developing nations. Edible wild plants are viewed as a potential solution for overcoming food insecurity for families in these regions, with a specific focus on sustainable production and conservation measures.

Derivatives: A Guide to Alternative Investments  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at Sept. 21, 2017
Derivatives: A Guide to Alternative Investments

David M. Weiss, "Derivatives: A Guide to Alternative Investments"
ISBN: 1591845726 | 2014 | EPUB | 320 pages | 2 MB

Financial Instruments: Equities, Debt, Derivatives, and Alternative Investments  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at Sept. 21, 2017
Financial Instruments: Equities, Debt, Derivatives, and Alternative Investments

David M. Weiss, "Financial Instruments: Equities, Debt, Derivatives, and Alternative Investments"
ISBN: 1591842271 | 2009 | EPUB | 384 pages | 3 MB

To the Extreme: Alternative Sports, Inside and Out (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Sept. 19, 2017
To the Extreme: Alternative Sports, Inside and Out (Repost)

Robert E. Rinehart, Synthia Sydnor, "To the Extreme: Alternative Sports, Inside and Out"
2003 | pages: 418 | ISBN: 0791456668 | PDF | 1,9 mb
VA - Now That's What I Call the 1990s: The Alternative Pop Collection (2010)

VA - Now That's What I Call the 1990s: The Alternative Pop Collection (2010)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) | 01:13:40 | 536 Mb
Pop Rock, Alternative Rock | Label: EMI Records

Now That’s What I Call the 1990s focuses on the decade’s second half, splitting its time between pop songs and the alternative music that followed in grunge’s footsteps. Pearl Jam and other hard-edged bands are absent from this compilation; instead, slicker groups like Live (“I Alone”) and Collective Soul (“Shine”) represent the wave of mainstream rock that swept through the Clinton era, with Everclear (“Father of Mine”) and Sublime (“What I Got”) thrown in for good measure. Des’ree’s “You Gotta Be” and New Radicals’ “You Get What You Give” help anchor the album’s pop side, while the inclusion of Edwin McCain’s “I’ll Be” is a reminder that the decade also spawned many an omnipresent wedding song. Ignoring grunge, Euro-dance, and teen pop makes this a narrow-minded compilation, but for those who like the aforementioned songs, Now That's What I Call the 1990s is an easy way to get them all in one place.