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Appendix F: Bibliography of Music Publications by William Vacchiano

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Appendix F

Bibliography of Music Publications by William Vacchiano

Advanced Etudes for Trumpet, for Ear Training and Accuracy. Montrose,

California: Balquhidder Music, 2004.

Bugle Calls. Denver: Tromba Publications, 1998.

The Art of Bel Canto (singing style) for Trumpet. Portland, Maine: Manduca Music, 1999.

The Art of Double Tonguing. New York: C. F. Peters, 1998.

The Art of Solo Playing for Trumpet. Denver: Tromba Publications, 1998.

The Art of Triple Tonguing. New York: C. F. Peters, 1998.

Comprehensive Trumpet Studies. New York: Vacch Press, 2004.

Brandt, Vassily. Etudes for Trumpet (Orchestra Etudes and Last Etudes).

Ed. William Vacchiano. Los Angeles: Universal, 1965.

Graduate Studies for Trumpet, As Taught at The Juilliard School. Denver:

Tromba Publications, nd.

Improvisations Based on Nursery Rhythms and The Marine’s Hymn for

Trumpet or Cornet. Portland, Maine: Manduca Music, 1998.

Miniature Variations on “The Carnival of Venice” for Piccolo or E-flat

Trumpet. New York: C. F. Peters, 1999.

Miniature Variations on “The Carnival of Venice” for Solo Trumpet. New

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10. References

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Beauvoir, S. de (1949). Le Deuxième Sexe. Paris : Gallimard. [The Second Sex. Translated and edited by Parshley, H. M., with an introduction by Crosland, M. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1993].

Benjamin, H. (1966). The Transsexual Phenomenon. New York: Julian Press.

Baudelot, C. and Establet, R. (1992). Allez les Filles! Paris: Le Seuil

Bradley, S.J., Oliver, G.D., Chernick, A.B. and Zucker, K.J. (1998). “Experiment of nurture: ablatio penis at 2 months, sex reassignment at 7 months, and a

psychosexual follow-up in young adulthood”. Pediatrics, 102, 1, July 1998.

Breton, J., Frohwirth, C., Pottiez, S. and Kindynis, S. (1985). Le transsexualisme. Étude nosographique et médico-légale. Paris: Masson.

Chiland, C. (1997). Changer de sexe. Paris: Odile Jacob. [Transsexualism: Illusion and Reality (translated by Philip Slotkin). London: Continuum; Sage, & Middletown, CT., USA: Weysleyan University Press, 2003.]

—(1999). Le sexe mène le monde. Paris: Calmann-Lévy.

—(2003). Robert Jesse Stoller. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

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CHAPTER ELEVEN: Putting emotion in perspective

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Three years had passed since Tony Potter graduated from his psychiatry residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in Boston. He continued to work with Amy Mills for two of those years, until Amy had moved down to Manhattan to live with an old friend from high school. Amy had obtained a job behind the ticket window of a small, off-Broadway theatre, and although it barely paid for her rent and utilities, she sounded pretty happy. She wrote to Tony weekly for the first 6 months and he would write her back a brief note, most of the time. After that, he would hear from her every couple of months. It was always good to hear from her.

Tony wondered about the fact that they had not had a “proper” termination to the therapy. He had taken a job at the state hospital affiliated with the medical school, and he had a small private practice. Amy didn't fit into either of those modes and Tony figured that part of her leaving was that she didn't want treatment from him for free or near free. She had, perhaps, re-found her pride, The envy of her sister toward her and the guilt and anger that she felt in return had been dealt with in the course of their four years together andthe immediacy and intensity of those affects had receded. Also, it seemed that she had regained some of her old confidence. He knew that the rekindling of old friendships and her return to be near the theatre were good signs. She was still on the lithium and Tony had arranged for a psychiatrist in Manhattan to be available for her medication every couple of months. Amy wrote about taking classes from a “master” teacher at the theatre. This was an older woman whom Amy respected a great deal and they seemed to have an affinity toward each other. Amy was able to take lessons in exchange for working at the theatre. It was satisfying to Tony that Amy had been able to “enlist” people into her life who would be good to her and for her.

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SESSION Poster Papers

Hamid Arabnia, Leonidas Deligiannidis, Fernando G. Tinetti, Jane You CSREA Press PDF

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Int'l Conf. IP, Comp. Vision, and Pattern Recognition | IPCV'16 |

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Image fusion using two symmetric exposed images in the JPEG stream

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Geun-Young Lee1, Sung-Hak Lee1, Hyuk-Ju Kwon1, and Kyu-Ik Sohng1

School of Electronics Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Republic of Korea

Abstract - The objective of fusing differently exposed images is to well represent the luminance information of the scene in a single image. In order to fuse multi exposure images, it is necessary to determine overexposed or underexposed areas in each of the captured images using an activity measure which extracts image features. In this paper, we presents image fusion using two symmetric exposed images in the JPEG stream. We find out that the AC coefficients after the quantization in JPEG baseline can describe local image features in the image block. Based on a maximum selection rule, a proposed image fusion is conducted by the comparison of the AC coefficients after the quantization instead of activity measures which need additional computations. This simple method allows multi exposure images to quickly combine a single image in JPEG baseline, therefore, it can be embedded in resource limited imaging platform such as a surveillance system.

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Chapter Eight - Finding a Therapeutic Script

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“It takes two to know one”

—Gregory Bateson

Introduction

Psychiatric symptoms can be seen as coagulated stories that are repeatedly told—and frequently heard—in the same way. They constantly organise the same context. It is as if the patient has ended up completely synonymous with the symptom, leaving no room to speak about other aspects of his or her life; the symptom has become the sole communication channel. The case of Mrs Peters provides a good example.

Mrs Peters (with thanks to Ger Zwartjes)

Mrs Peters, a slight woman aged around sixty who had raised five children, was admitted to a ward for patients with serious psychiatric problems and frequently baffling symptoms. She tended to haunt the corridors, chatting cheerfully to other patients and chain-smoking—that was allowed in those days.

Sometimes she stood at the window, gazing out over the large square that led to the hospital entrance. Whenever she saw her husband approaching over the square, the same scene played out, again and again: just before her husband emerged from the lift, Mrs Peters fainted and lay motionless on the ground, seemingly unconscious.

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