And Doom fell on Tinúviel…
A come fae Argyll in the Heilans sae braw, Bit A ne’er took it ill bein caad Erin-go-Bragh
Kick back and relax for three hours and a half: Here comes Wagner’s Lohengrin, conducted by Christian Thielemann at the Semperoper in Dresden.
He probably did not fire the shot that was heard around the world, but Great-Grandpa Lt. Robert Andrews took part in the Battle at Lexington on 19 April 1775.
Rübezahl is a name of ridicule, the use of which provokes his anger. Respectful names are “Lord of the Mountain(s)”, “Treasure Keeper” or among herbalists “Lord John”. In one Silesian folktale, he is called “Prince of the Gnomes”.