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Peter Norton's PC problem solver: the guide for the everyday user

Peter Norton, Robert Jourdain - Computers - 1990 - 610 pages
This book, covering every aspect of using and maintaining a computer, is for the 90% of PC users who have scant grasp of the computer and operating system they use, and don't ...
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The hard disk companion

Robert Jourdain, Peter Norton - Computers - 1991 - 448 pages
Features chapters on disk drive selection, purchase, and installation as well as providing a ready-made library of batch routines to facilitate file access and directory ...
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Programmer's problem solver for the IBM PC, XT, & AT

Robert Jourdain - Computers - 1986 - 473 pages
Jourdain has written Brady's most comprehensive and insightful complete reference guide to the facts, numbers and procedures needed to achieve program control over PC hardware.
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Programmer's Problem Solver

Robert Jourdain - Games - 1992 - 596 pages
A troubleshooting handbook that lets the programmer take control of the PC includes programming examples, a task-oriented reference to the DOS operating system, and direct ...
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The Music Instinct: How Music Works and Why We Can't Do Without It

Philip Ball - Music - 2010 - 464 pages
From Bach fugues to Indonesian gamelan, from nursery rhymes to rock, music has cast its light into every corner of human culture. But why music excites such deep passions, and ...
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Schaum's Outline of Introduction To Music

Ronald Pen - Music - 1992 - 333 pages
A comprehensive review of the material covered in Introduction to Music courses in colleges and universities. Such music appreciation courses are intended primarily for non ...
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The Pianist's Craft: Mastering the Works of Great Composers

Richard P. Anderson - Music - 2012 - 291 pages
In The Pianist's Craft, Richard Anderson collects from his fellow pianist-scholars 18 articles on the teaching, preparation, and performance of works by the greatest composers ...
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It's About Music

Jean-Michel Pilc - Music - 2013
Jean-Michel Pilc, jazz pianist and faculty member of Steinhardt School, New York University, has written a remarkable book about the artistic and creative process in the arts ...
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