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today’s birthday: Bram Stoker (1847)


Bram Stoker (1847)

Though he was best known during his lifetime as the longtime manager of actor Henry Irving, Stoker’s enduring popularity rests squarely on his 1897 Gothic horror tale, Dracula, about the eponymous vampire. Although he did not invent the vampire novel, Dracula is singularly responsible for scores of literary, theatrical, and film interpretations throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. Why did Stoker’s widow demand that the 1922 film Nosferatu be destroyed? More… Discuss

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Ave verum, Op.65 No.1 / Gabriel Fauré



Direction : Richard Marlow
*THE CHOIR TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE : Female Voice
*Recorded : 1996 in Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge

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