my favorite german

My Introduction Post

Hi, so I wanted to make a Studyblr blog to keep me motivated but I’m pretty new to this whole community so I thought I should introduce myself even though I’m really anxious about this but anyway, here I go. 

Some stuff about me:

  • My name is Oliver 
  • Please use He or They when referring to me
  • I’m 12 years old
  • I’m in 7th grade
  • My favorite subjects are English, German, History, Biology
  • I’m half German, half Russian but I live in Germany
  • I’m a Hufflepuff and an INFP
  • I play the saxophone 
  • I’m way to opinionated 
  • I have no Idea what I want to do after school  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Languages I speak/ learn/ want to learn

  • German - Fluent
  • English - Fluent
  • Spanish - Learning
  • French - Learning (I don’t want to but I have to)
  • Russian - Wanting to learn

there are more I want to learn but I think these are enough for the moment

Things I like/ I’m interested in

  • I absolutely adore any kind of art 
  • Movies and Film History
  • I love to write stories & Poetry (even though I’m not good at it)
  • I love to paint
  • Theater
  • Literature
  • Politics
  • Philosophy
  • Law
  • History
  • Languages
  • Biology
  • Sociology
  • Psychology
  • birds & plants

Some of the Studyblr blogs that I like/ inspire/motivate me/ :

@studyign @cielstudies @studymelody @areistotle @studink @langstudics @aescademic @opheliastudy @emyrthenerd @princess-turandot @sprouht-studies

My main/ art blog is @muffin-sob btw

(oh no this post is getting way to long, sorry)

Anyway I’m exited to become a part of this community :)


get to know meme: favorite movies {5/5} » the hunchback of notre dame (1996)

see there the innocent blood you have spilt
on the steps of notre dame
now you would add this child’s blood to your guilt
on the steps of notre dame?


And in that moment I swear we were Reinhardt

anonymous asked:

My favorite thing about the German language is the fact that "comfort food" literally translates into fucking "grief bacon" or "sorrow bacon" like yes bitch hand me the sorrow bacon

this is true it’s kummerspeck


Richard Wagner - Tristan und Isolde - Prelude

Performed by the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra lead by Karl Boehm. Recorded in 1966.

The score of Tristan und Isolde is a major landmark in the development in Western music. Wagner uses an expanded range of orchestral color, harmony and polyphony not found in his earlier operas. The very first chord in the piece, referred to as the Tristan chord, is of great significance in the move away from traditional tonal harmony as it resolves to another dissonant chord:

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The Tristan chord consists of the following notes: F, B, D♯ and G♯. It can also be any chord that consists of the following intervals above the bass note: augmented fourth, augmented sixth, and augmented ninth.

The notes of the Tristan chord are not unusual and can be rearranged to form a common half-diminished seventh chord. What distinguishes the chord is its unusual relationship to the implied key of its surroundings. When it was first heard in 1865, it was considered to be innovative, disorienting, and daring. This chord made many consider that the sound or structure of musical harmony was to become more predominant than its function. This was a notion soon explored and expanded upon by Debussy and others. 

ok fam i’m gonna get at least one draft done on illya tomorrow but for now i’m chilling on my death personification blog (bc i can’t stay away from him permanently, i’ve tried and failed) and also my multi until i head to bed since i’m tired af but i’ve gotta wait for this caffeine high to Chill