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Erlking - Scott Alarik - Stories

01.04.2020

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  1. Shakami says:
    Sir Walter Scott () 8 The Erl-King From the German of Goethe. (The Erl-King is a goblin that haunts the Black Forest in Thuringia. — To be read by a candle particularly long in the snuff.) O, who rides by night thro’ the woodland so wild? It is the fond father embracing his child; And close the boy nestles within his loved arm.
  2. Kajitaxe says:
    Scott Alarik - Stories LP. Front cover signed by Scott Alarik. Train on the Island Records, (#TI-5). VG+ = vinyl still has a great luster, record shows wear, surface scuffs. But Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Darr says:
    One reason I enjoy writing liner notes is that I always learn so much, directly from the artists whose story is being told. Scott Alarik. Before music became an industry, before CDs or DVDs, radios or televisions, the family entertainment center was often a guitar, a banjo, or a fiddle. This music, the self-made soundtrack to the lives of.
  4. Gardagrel says:
    Mar 12,  · An all-star tour called Woody At is underway, produced by the Grammy Museum and Woody Guthrie Archives, charting his travels from his birthplace of Okemah, Oklahoma, along the migrant worker trail to Texas and California, through Pennsylvania, where he sang for labor unions, to New York, where he lived the final years of his life.
  5. Maugami says:
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  6. Tesho says:
    "Erlkönig" is a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. It depicts the death of a child assailed by a supernatural being, the Erlkönig, translated as “Elf King”, though the eponymous character is clearly some kind of demon or 'fairy king'.It was originally composed by Goethe as part of a Singspiel entitled Die Fischerin. "Erlkönig" has been called Goethe's "most famous ballad".
  7. Mujora says:
    In Schubert’s “Erlkonig” a father is frantically carrying his son on horseback while his young son is seeing the Erlking, a ghost or the devil, is trying to tempt him away. Throughout the song the narration goes between the father, the son and the Erlking.

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