Tag: Music Notes

FOR THE LOVE OF CARMEN

In a letter dated October 1866, French composer Georges Bizet (1838 – 1875) went straight to the point of opera: ‘As a musician I tell you that if you were to suppress adultery, fanaticism, crime, evil, the supernatural, there would no longer be the means for writing one note.’

Cancelling classical music

In recent years, classical music has become one of the key targets of social-justice warriors. And in their rage against classical music, the self-chosen elites reveal that their crusade against ‘problematic’ culture is really a crusade against the supremacy of the best of Western civilisation itself.

You’re White so you’re Fired

Talk about cultural appropriation? Has there ever been a regime more virulently racist and breathtakingly hostile to an ethnic group, in this case, ethnic-European, than that of the liberal-left. It is tantamount to Blacks hating their own kind and working to mock, marginalise and exterminate every one of some or all African blood.

THE PLUCK OF THE IRISH

It is a bit late to be celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day but such is the Irish presence on the world stage it seems every day is an occasion for an Irish celebration. Despite being one of the world’s smallest nations the Irish presence punches well above its weight.

Super Women of Europe

Dubbed ‘The Charm Cannon of Orbán’ by Dutch media, Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga is also an accomplished violin player and she is not afraid about displaying her skills in public. On Sunday, she posted on Facebook a short video of her playing the violin at the opening of an art exhibition in Fertőd, Western Hungary, near the Austrian border.