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Wagnerian Influences in Humperdinck's 'Hansel and Gretel'

On the 23rd of December 1893, Hansel and Gretel, an opera by Engelbert Humperdinck, premiered in Weimar, under the baton of Richard Strauss. Humperdinck composed nine works  in total for the stage. 624 more words

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Hansel and Gretel : The Magical Adventure – On Stage (The Unforgettable Moments)

          

          Hansel and Gretel (Musicale) that is known by everyone and a very satisfying, extremely awesome, creatively entertainment, to the highest level on stage story-play, is needed to be watch by each of us (everyone). 361 more words

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"The Gingerbread Metaphor" / Memorable Fancies #218

Hansel and Gretel are lost in the woods, but they come across a small house. Gretel says that they have become a metaphor of the human condition, finding refuge in the midst of despair. 32 more words

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House of Rats - Part 21

Gretel sat calmly on a subway train out of the Metropoliès District, having been awoken by the blare of alarms sounding throughout the city. She was swift enough that Tesla, drunk on absinthe and fast asleep at his work table, took no notice to her exit. 5,508 more words

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  Gretel walked to the edge of the course and squinted down range, holding her hand above her knockoff, Ferragamo sunglasses to see past the noonday glare. 1,909 more words

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House of Rats - Part 12

In the center of the city just outside the Metropoliès, there stood a lab with a glass ceiling bathed in darkness. And in the center of that lab sat a pale, shirtless thin man of forty-three years with smoke emanating from his skin. 2,317 more words

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