Erscheinungsdatum: 06.06.2019, Einband: Kartoniert, Titelzusatz: mit praktischer Karte EASY ZIP, Baedeker Reiseführer, Auflage: 10/2019, Autor: Schetar, Daniela, Verlag: Baedeker Verlag, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Dresden // Freiberg // Görlitz // Leipzig // Meißen, Produktform: Mehrteiliges Produkt mit Beigabe (im oder am Hauptprodukt angebracht), Umfang: 402 S., 103 Illustr., 45 Karten, Seiten: 402, Format: 2.7 x 19.5 x 12.5 cm, Gewicht: 564 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Hello! My name is Olena and I am from Ukraine. I graduated with a Bachelor of English Philology ( teacher specialty) in Poland and now came to Leipzig to continue studying English at the University of Leipzig. I have experience in work with children since I have been a babysitter in Poland for 1 year and a private teacher in Poland for two years. It is easy for me to find a common language with children and I can become not only their teacher but also a friend. Unfortunately, I do not speak German yet, but now I am actively learning it. As a fact, I speak English, Russian and Polish. Therefore, I can not only look after your children but also learn a foreign language with them. I know and understand that German is needed, but believe me you will not regret if you meet me, I guarantee the decency and only goodwill, and I will learn German, I promise :)
Fernbus Simulator is the first game of the genre which focuses on intercity routesFernbus Simulator is not the first bus driving simulator in history. In fact, there were many of them before. However, the Fernbus Simulator is the first title, which focuses so much on intercity routes. Usually bus simulators provide you with one city, where you travel from one bus stop to another. In Fernbus Simulator you're driving a coach bus through more than 20 000 km of roads in Germany. Thanks to cooperation with FlixBus, the roads are accurate and realistic. Furthermore, you will be able to visit 40 most important cities in Germany. Cities like Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Leipzig, Dresden, Bremen, Dortmund, and Hannover are waiting for you.Various events and dynamic weatherBeing a bus driver is not an easy task. Long travels, annoying passengers and most importantly, various events on the road. Unfortunately, you're not alone hence something might happen. Traffic jams or accidents are regular in your job. At the same time you have a schedule to follow. Hence, you have to think fast what to do in certain situations. It might be better sometimes, to simply avoid the highway if you know, that there is a traffic jam. Furthermore, there is a dynamic weather which you also have to take into consideration. During the rainy weather, you simply cannot drive as fast as when there is a sunny day.Take care of your passengersBeing the bus driver is not only about you know, driving. You also have to take care of your passengers. First of all you have to check, if they have tickets. Sometimes, they might buy the wrong one or simply try to cheat. This is why you have to be careful. Furthermore, you need to remember to open the storage cabinet to give passengers their belongings. What is also important, during the travel passengers might ask you about certain things. For example, they might like some music or opening windows. You need to take all these aspects into consideration. Passengers should be happy with your services.Look out for policeFernbus Simulator is not GTA, you are not allowed to break the law. Even the smallest mistake might cost you. Driving 85 km/h instead 80 km/h? Police catches you and you have to pay a big fine. Obviously it is going to be taken from your earnings. Being a bus driver is not easy. On the other hand, there are so much things which you are going to love about this. Get on your bus and start the adventure.
For generations, the big city has promised romance, danger, opportunity. But what happens when you wake up one hungover morning and realize the promise is gone...along with your cheap apartment? That your whole existence in Berlin - 10 years of easy living based on cheap rent and the ability to just barely make it in the creative industry - was just a historical accident, the cheap rent and Bohemian setting products of a perverse economy, a miracle that couldn't possibly last? What does it do to your sense of place to realize that Berlin is following cluelessly in New York's footsteps, from artsy wonderland to real estate boondoggle? Does that mean Berlin, like New York, is over? Or does it come back to you: Deep down, does it mean that you can't afford to go on fooling yourself? Part amateur sociology, part autobiographical journey, Zombies of Berlin explores Ralph Martin's experience of gentrification in Berlin and New York and the dawning horror that these cities have windows of raw beauty: Blink and you might miss them. The author takes an anxiety-fueled trip to Leipzig to check out the 'better Berlin', with distinctly mixed results, thrown back upon himself as he tries to figure out whether we shouldn't all just move to the country. Zombies is not a political pamphlet but a hauntingly melancholic and comical journey: a vivid portrait of status anxiety in the age of real estate. Ralph Martin is an ex-New Yorker, writer, and journalist. His work has appeared in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, in the New York Times, and elsewhere. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eric Jason Martin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/026507/bk_adbl_026507_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This new vocal score is a digitally enhanced reprint of the one fist issued by C.F. Peters, Leipzig in the late 19th century, based upon the Bach Gesellschaft edition with the classic keyboard reduction by Gustav Rosler. With added measure numbers and in a large, easy-to-read A4 size, choruses and students of Bach's music will appreciate having this authoritative score in their libraries. Matches the widely available reprint orchestral parts offered by E.F. Kalmus (A2487) and Luck's Music Library (07164). IMSLP page Wikipedia
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An amazing tour de force of virtuosity it was composed in 1847 in Leipzig, Germany as the first of the Trois Valses, Op. 64. It is perhaps one of the most entertaining pieces of his to perform. In popular culture it has been featured in many films and on TV including Chuck, Saved by the Bell, Dracula, Mozart in the Jungle, Paycheck, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Matlock, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Bugs Bunnys Howl-oween Special Lead Sheet transposed to F with melody and chords for F Instrument including a non-transposed version in C for easy accompaniment, arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. Chopin's Minute Waltz is also known by alternative title: Minute Waltz in D Flat Major Opus 64 Number 1, Trois Valses Opus 64. - Instrumentation: F Instrument - Level: Advanced - Score Type: Solo Score - Tempo: Fast - Genre: Romantic - Composer: Frederic Chopin - Year Composed: 1847 - Pages (approximate): 8
An amazing tour de force of virtuosity it was composed in 1847 in Leipzig, Germany as the first of the Trois Valses, Op. 64. It is perhaps one of the most entertaining pieces of his to perform. In popular culture it has been featured in many films and on TV including Chuck, Saved by the Bell, Dracula, Mozart in the Jungle, Paycheck, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Matlock, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Bugs Bunnys Howl-oween Special Lead Sheet notated in bass clef with melody and chords for Double Bass including a non-transposed version in treble clef for easy accompaniment, arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. Chopin's Minute Waltz is also known by alternative title: Minute Waltz in D Flat Major Opus 64 Number 1, Trois Valses Opus 64. - Instrumentation: Double Bass - Level: Advanced - Score Type: Solo Score - Tempo: Fast - Genre: Romantic - Composer: Frederic Chopin - Year Composed: 1847 - Pages (approximate): 8