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THE WORLD’S GREATEST LIVING POET LIVES AMONG YOU

MICHAEL WALSH is considered by many to be the world’s foremost living poet. Shunned by both publishers and corporate media for his politically incorrect writing, the Irish but Liverpool born dissident poet has received tributes from artistes of theatre and opera, Church and political figures, playrights and the literati.

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DEANNA SPINGOLA GETS TOGETHER WITH VETERAN MIKE WALSH

Deanna and Mike go back a long way; the veteran activist, author and journalist regularly broadcasts on RBN (Republic Broadcasting Network), which enjoys an international audience. Deanna, as well as being a broadcaster, is one of the most respected political analysts in the United States. Her popular titles include The Zionist Seizure of World Power, Death, Destruction and Domination, and A Study in Imperialism.

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A MUSICAL ODYSSEY

European music offers a feast of quality music that takes us on a journey from womb to tomb. This list of suggestions is subjective. However, if it inspires you to explore, understand and appreciate the finest music embracing the most gifted musicians over the centuries then please feel free to acquire any of the following introductions to the world of classical music. Think of each track as a sublime glass of aphrodisiacal wine and I think you will return again and again.

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THE MAN WHO MADE LILI MARLENE THE WORLD’s MOST POPULAR WARTIME BALLAD

Born in Braunschweig, Germany, the son of a professor of medicine, Norbert Schultze (1911 – 2002 studied music at the Hochschule fur Musik in Cologne.   He was afterwards to become an orchestral conductor, first performing at Heidelberg and then later at Darmstadt. Realising he had a gift for composition the young musician produced an opera based on a fairy tale, Schwarzer Peter (1936).  This was followed by the ballet performance, Struwwelpeter (1937).

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THE AWESOME EXPERIENCE OF AN 8,000 VOICE CHOIR

The Welsh male voice choir has become the country’s most treasured and remarkable feature, with Baptist, Methodist origins in the 18th century. During this time, congregations in both the north and south of Wales formed tenor-bass choirs that led chapel-goers in the singing of hymns, both in English and in Welsh.

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