And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. [Luke 2:8]
[Image from The Brick Testament, obvs.]
Winterval greetings to all Virtual Stoa readers out there (assuming there are any left — I quite understand).
For those who are even more interested in the Winterval than I am, there’s what looks like the pretty definitive history over here, complete with 55-page appendix!
Traditional imagery via the Brick Testament, obviously.
Luke 2:9: And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. [via]
A very strange clip here combining the Stoa’s interest in Monday Marseillaise Blogging, and Lego…
Over here, at Tim Lambert’s.
Another opera in lego has been posted on YouTube. This time it’s Philip Glass’s La belle et la bÃªte, written to accompany Jean Cocteau’s 1946 film.
Tosca also exists in a Lego version.
Act One, part one:
Act One, part two:
Act Three [a particularly fine firing squad]:
One of the best things about living in Oxford is that the Welsh National Opera pass through twice a year. Their productions are usually great fun, and Friday’s performance of Il Trovatore was no exception. For those who missed the show, however, here’s Verdi’s masterpiece abridged and performed in Lego: