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Fairy Tale Friday - An Erotic Romance by Terrance Aldon Shaw


(Based on Der Ring des Nibelungen)

By Terrance Aldon Shaw


 Once upon a time—and a fell and fearsome time it was, when endless twilight lay upon the land—there lived a lowly orphan waif whom men called Findlekind. 5,678 more words

Terrance Aldon Shaw

Total Immersion: Boulez at 90, Barbican Hall, review: 'packed with aural seduction' - Telegraph

Every year the BBC Symphony Orchestra honours a great contemporary composer with a day-long programme of concerts, films and discussions. This year the choice could only be…

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The Fat Lady of Death

Brünnhilde is the full figured soprano that sings at the end of Richard Wagner‘s opera cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen. Brünnhilde is a… 125 more words


Guest Post: The Ring of the Mastermen

I love writing this blog but I also love reading other people being brilliant. Eventually I’d like to see this site expand to include multiple writers (multiple Historians!) but for now I’m glad to introduce our first ever guest post! 2,891 more words

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Writers and Transition Deities

Move over Muses, Hecate holds sway over the Doors of Perception. Every scene has a tone and a story made of multiple scenes must stay in tune. 296 more words


A little bit of everything

It has been a very pleasant few days of tweaking the piano score of 1215: Foundation Of Liberty, listening to Wagner’s Die Walküre and overseeing the latest hidden surprises thrown up by the building works in London. 667 more words


Happy New Year! and other sarcoptimistic thoughts

From the depths of blanket hibernation, and on the other side of holiday overeating, travelling with viruses and meeting loved ones, here is for a calmer, healthier 2015! 95 more words