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Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Das Rheingold

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Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Good afternoon Maestro smiley - biggrin

Die Walk├╝re has gone backsmiley - ok

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I would say "set in motion" there, what do you think?

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Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Das Rheingold

Post 42

h5ringer

Yes, good observation; I think I would agree smiley - smiley


Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Das Rheingold

Post 43

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

I think I'm all linked outsmiley - puff

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How's it looking? Is it button-pushing time? One to go smiley - sadface

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Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 44

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

A12644723 made a start *sniff*

*fetches fresh hanky*

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Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Das Rheingold

Post 45

h5ringer

Let it sail gracefully down the Rhine, golden links and all smiley - biggrin


Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 46

h5ringer

In the last paragraph of the "The Tale Continues" section, could you change Act one -> Act One, Act two -> Act Two and Act three -> Act Three

BTW did you realise that I gave this section that heading because in Gnomon's article on Wagner, A510995, that is his description of the entire opera?
smiley - winkeye h5ringer


Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 47

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Das Rheingold has sailed down the riversmiley - biggrin

Siegfried:
I've done thatsmiley - okand if you'd like to give it a last glance-over, I'll send that back too. There's just one link I want to ask you about:

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I've linked "pending loss of her virginity" to (seeing as how they're on the top of a mountain) A507034 Alfresco Sex

smiley - ermif that offends you I'll whip it outta there faster than one re-clothes after such activitysmiley - yikes

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Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 48

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

'Siegfried' (1876). The tale continues.

Yes, I noticedsmiley - winkeye


Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 49

h5ringer

I was in two minds about the link, but hey, leave it in - this is h2g2 after all. Button time smiley - cool


Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 50

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

It's been a pleasuresmiley - cheers
All the best, until we meet againsmiley - biggrin

(make sure you rent or buy that DVD "Somewhere In Time" - and my entry on Christopher Reeve is in Peer Review at the moment if you're interested)smiley - ta

GB
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Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 51

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Well, it was, but it's now been recommended and subbed in-house!smiley - wow

A13065257
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Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 52

h5ringer

If I'd subbed it, I would have titled it "Superman - by Superwoman"

h5ringer smiley - tongueincheek


Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 53

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

You're such a sweetheartsmiley - smooch

smiley - loveblush

I spent some hours with my father this morningsmiley - brave and I showed him all you have done, he was very impressedsmiley - biggrin

He loved my Cane Toads entry too, gave him a good smiley - laugh

smiley - rolleyesShould be any day now, Maestro, you being front page star, you'll have it all to yourselfsmiley - magic


Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 54

h5ringer

Yes, your Dad sent me a posting on the Mahler 1 article - very kind of him.
Annie, you're doing a great job as my publicity agent smiley - biggrin Can't get me a writing contract with the BBC can you?

*ducks flying plate!!*

I can't (or don't want to) write in this weather, so Mahler 5 on hold until it cools off a bit - bet I don't have to wait too long smiley - sadface


Subbing Wagner's Ring Cycle: Siegfried

Post 55

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

I told you you're under no obligation to write more, it should never become a chore or your writer's block will kick in.

I'm no lover of this heat either.
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Dad reads a lot, but he doesn't always post, so you're honoured. He has written an entry on the History of the Normandy Veterans A3372888
smiley - bravethat picture the Editors put on even looks like him (like he used to look) he's all skin-and-bone now smiley - sadface

smiley - tongueincheekI'll promote you as much as I can, I believe in sharing the good stuff in lifesmiley - winkeye

It'll cost you an smiley - oj at the next meet-up we can both co-ordinate, thoughsmiley - tongueout


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