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The Haunted History of New Orleans: Ghosts of the French Quarter by James Caskey

This book chronicles one writer’s journey to New Orleans, LA, and his quest to find the most haunted locations in the French Quarter. Uncover the arcane and chilling aspects of ghosts and Voodoo in the Necropolis of the South. Tag along as he interviews eyewitnesses, historians, tour guides, and even a particularly spot-on fortune-teller in one of the most haunted cities in North America. Discover how he experienced the wrath of a long-dead Voodoo Queen, had an amazing revelation about one of New Orleans’ most famous haunted spots, and even got to experience his very own haunting, right in the middle of an interview.

The Haunted History of New Orleans: Ghosts of the French Quarter is not simply a collection of ghost stories, but instead is an experiential search for truth into the darker side of history. This book examines the amazing amounts of tragedy in the Crescent City, from the founding right up to present day.

Chapters in this book include:
• the Hotel Monteleone
• the Bourbon Orleans Hotel
• Pat OBriens Bar
• Antoines Restaurant
• Marie Laveau
• Lafittes Blacksmith Shoppe Bar
• the Sultans Palace
• the Dreaded tale of Madame LaLaurie
• and 12 other great New Orleans stories!

Lavishly illustrated with over 30 pen and ink drawings and photos!
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Published 10.05.2019

Love's Philosophy

Love's Philosophy: Three Songs of Love

Piano Accompaniment sheet music. Composed by Alexander L'Estrange. Faber Edition: Choral Basics. Faber Music Published by Faber Music AP. English song in the first half of the twentieth century was largely defined by the wonderful output of Roger Quilter and Gerlad Finzi, both of whom delighted in setting fine poetry by Wordsworth, Shakespeare and others. Love's Philosophy - a set of three love songs which includes 'She Walks in Beauty', 'Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal' and 'Love's Philosophy' - was inspired by these two composers, with a choice of quintessentially English texts that are particularly musically evocative and colorful.

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Three Songs of Love. By Alexander L'Estrange. SATB Choral Book. Love's Philosophy is a trio of exquisite original songs exploring love and longing, arranged.
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Alexander Richard William L'Estrange born 7 April is an English composer of choral music and music for television and an arranger for world-class vocal ensembles. He is also an accomplished jazz musician piano and double bass , choral workshop leader, presenter of children's concerts and jazz examiner and trainer for ABRSM. L'Estrange's flagship work Zimbe! Come sing the songs of Africa! Scored for SATB adult choir, unison children's choir and jazz quintet, the music is a fusion of African song and jazz.

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