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21 / M / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Nov 26
- 5′ 9″ (1.75m).
- Body Type
- Gemini but it doesn’t matter
- Working on college/university
- Education / Academia
- Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Okay), German (Fluently), Latin (Poorly), Dutch (Poorly), French (Poorly)
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These are the themes i prefer: epic fantasy, low fantasy and historical novels. Tolkien, lord of the rings, hobbit (my favorit childhood book). You should check out Allan Lee and John Howes illustrations of middle earth and its inhabitants, one must wonder how multifarious they can bring this rich, imaginative world to life.
i love horror movies and fantasy movies, everything from Stephen King to Peter Jackson :p
concerning my perception of classical music
Why are you willing to talk about this old, dusty music mankind has never heard of and not about modern day music one might ask. Well, i guess it is just a personal preference and if you think of it, most of the modern songs are based on classical chords. Since i'm no musicoarcheologist, i am bold to define the classical genre not only in the modern sense, but as classical pieces which are aesthetic, earpleasing, meaning for me it is even something that can go beyond classic and classicism. To me it only needs to be exhilarating, noble, heroic, almost extramundane and never ordinary. I would like to invite you to listen to all of those marvelous pieces and decide for yourself, if you want to stick to modern day radio jingles or enjoy fine art and craftmanship:
medieval virelai music - Francesco Landini. Questa fanciull'amor; Walther von der Vogelweide. Palästinalied; Guillaume de Machaut
medieval music - i encourage you to ask me for one particular piece by the utterly almost unknown anglo-burgundian musician Robert Morton and promise that you won't be disappointed. Recommending Alexander Agricola, Antoine Busnois and miscellaneous anonymous pieces.
rennaissance - venetian and neapolitan music for consort of viols in the XVII Century. Carlo Gesualdo principe di Venosa: partitura delli sei libri de' madgrigali a cinque voci.Gesualdo might be a controversial person but his music can be enjoyed nevertheless.
early modern music in protestant Germany - Hans Leo Hassler. intrada, Johan Schein. Pavan, Michael Praetorius. terpsichore musarum.
special offer of the month - Anthony Holborne. pavane for the countess of Pembrooks funeral.
Once in a while i meet up with college friends and we usually have a chat and some drinks but either is optional. Also, i do like to go to the cinema and watch sneak previews of upcoming movies together with my mates. Sometimes one can have luck and watch a good blockbuster before anyone else, implying one has got the time to go out, sometimes there are some really 'bad' movies. Just like in real life, there are good and bad days (to go to the cinema).
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