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Your Spin: Uber Wagner

It’s that time again to put The Spin your hands!  The topic this round: The Greatest Piece of Richard Wagner Music.

As Sam Juliano from… 455 more words


The ghosts of Pentland Firth ...

We looked out of the window last evening and thought we were seeing a ghost ship rounding Dunnet Head … Susanne began humming ‘The Flying Dutchman’ but high-brow Wagner is lost on us dogs! 64 more words


 A few years ago, during the conflagrative, diluvial climax of a performance of the Ring Cycle in Covent Garden, my finger ventured north, on a discreet reconnaissance Mission, into a nostril. 97 more words

The NEC News Wire: July 16

Here are a few noteworthy items which came across the NEC News Wire in the past few days.

- Wagner released their non-conference schedule on Tuesday becoming the second NEC team to do so. 367 more words

News And Notes

Romantic Era - Wilhelm Richard Wagner

Wilhelm Richard Wagner 1813 – 1883 was a German composer, theater director, polemicist, and conductor who is primarily known for his operas (or, as some of his later works were later known, “music dramas”). 35 more words

Music Themes

Matt Zignorski to Fordham; Japhet Kadji to Wagner

Pope John’s Matt Zignorski has committed to Fordham.

The 6-foot-3 2015 point guard also had offers from Bucknell, Princeton, American, Monmouth, Penn and Boston University. 192 more words


Anton Bruckner and the Third Reich


Anton Bruckner’s biography extends beyond his life, as his work slowly reached its fingers throughout Europe and spread its influence. Bruckner’s music has undoubtedly touched European audiences even though much of the influence arose post mortem. 421 more words