"A professional writer is an amateur who didn’t quit."

Richard Bach (via maxkirin)

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cortexiphanandalittlebluebox:

Here’s another one:

Das Phantom der Oper, Hamburg
27.06.2014 
Mathias Edenborn, Valerie Link, Nicky Wuchinger
https://www.sendspace.com/file/rpnac8

The sound isn’t very good (actually the quality is awful but I did my best trying to fix that), sorry. It’s the best my device could do.

I managed to put the wrong date to the first but fixed that…

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cortexiphanandalittlebluebox:

Das Phantom der Oper, Hamburg
27.06.2014 (matinee)
Mathias Edenborn, Valerie Link, Nicky Wuchinger
https://www.sendspace.com/file/q019xj

The sound isn’t very good, sorry for that. It’s the best my device could do.

http://elf-in-mirror.tumblr.com/post/93365328355/fdelopera-garish-light-of-day

fdelopera:

garish-light-of-day:

elf-in-mirror:

fdelopera:

hopsjollyhigh:

never approach me about the fact that andrew lloyd webber has insulted leroux’s novel in the past because i will yell a lot

Yes. ALW has no excuse for calling Leroux’s novel a confused book…

I was such a deeply scared child after I read it the first time! I had nightmares! Not because of Erik - oh no, I adored that freaky little maniac from the first sentence - but because of that damn ratcatcher! And all those fires beneath the Opéra. I imagined it crazy and scary and hot like hell and didn’t even realize that there could be a clever explaination for things like this. And since the book is written in this faux jounalist style I bought every word and cried and cried and after that I cried a little more and promised to visit Eriks skeleton at the Opéra and such nonsens. In retrospect I was a weird child who was madly in love with a non existing lunatic knowing nothing about life and shit.