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  • A Journey to Meet Beethovenby Pat Champness

    Dolman Scott Publishing 2012; US$ 2.99

    This is a book to help you learn to play the piano. It is not a 'Learn the Piano in Ten Easy Lessons' tutor - plenty of those exist - but an adventure introducing you to the world of music and stirring your imagination. Beginning with simple pieces, as you are fed with more knowledge the compositions become more advanced. They are all by composers... more...

  • Electron Microscopy in Mineralogyby P.E. Champness; H.-R. Wenk; J.M. Christie; J.M. Cowley; A.H. Heuer; G. Thomas; N.J. Tighe

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 129.00

    During the last five years transmission electron microscopy (TEM) has added numerous important new data to mineralogy and has considerably changed its outlook. This is partly due to the fact that metallurgists and crystal physicists­ having solved most of the structural and crystallographic problems in metals­ have begun to show a widening interest... more...

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