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Mathematician - Telergy - Hypatia (CD, Album)

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  1. Hypatia is the third album by Telergy, a project led by multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Robert McClung. This new record has potential to enter many year-end top lists. Both musically and story-wise Hypatia is built very professionally, with every detail being well thought.
  2. Telergy - Hypatia The latest album by Robert's symphonic progressive rock project that won the Indieprog award for album of the year!! Telergy - The Exodus The first album by Robert's symphonic progressive rock project, released in One of many hypnotherapy CD's by Sharon O'Connor that features Robert's music.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hypatia on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Telergy Self-released) - none • Format: CD Album • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Progressive Metal, Symphonic Rock/5(2).
  4. “Hypatia”, is his third release, just as on the other two albuns, considered as Biblical tale, it's divided into 17 tracks, for about 63 minutes, featuring 9 scenes, that in an instrumental way, gives the support to the concept, from which, odd narratives' text tells the story that inspired this incredible album.
  5. Hypatia is the first woman mathematician about whom we have either biographical knowledge or knowledge of her mathematics. Hypatia developed commentaries on older works, probably including those by Ptolemy, Diophantus, and Apollonius, in order to make them easier to understand.
  6. Jul 26,  · Hypatia by Telergy (CD, Jun) BRAND NEW $ PROG ROCK P Tangerine Dreaming CD Various Artists $ Heavy Progressive Doom Death Melodic Thrash Black Metal CDs - pick 5 $ TELERGY - Exodus - CD - **Excellent Condition** $ TELERGY - Legend Of Goody Cole - CD - **Excellent Condition** $.
  7. Aug 25,  · Hampton, New Hampshire native, Robert McClung have been releasing studio albums under the name Telergy since , and in the period of four years he put out three full-length records. His newest offering titled "Hypatia," tells the story of ancient Greek astronomer, philosopher and mathematician.
  8. Telergy, a project founded by multi-instrumentalist Robert McClung released earlier this year their third studio album. As it was case with the previous two records, an amazing line-up of guest musicians contributed to "Hypatia," and about this all and more, Robert talked with us.