Mr Goffey said a number of fields in the vicinity of Isolde
boasted recoverable resources in excess of 100 million barrels of oil equivalent and hopes Isolde
is just as big.
would awaken screaming from a horrible nightmare in which her beloved husband was killed while on duty.
These new macabre role models are Wagner's doomed lovers, Tristan and Isolde
, and (to a lesser but still significant extent) the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, who drowned off the coast of Italy aged 29.
said she wept when she discovered the tuatara had hatched.
It's surprising that the Tristan and Isolde
story, a medieval Celtic tale that has long figured in literature, film and in Wagner's opera of the same title, has been so infrequently used by ballet.
After a 10-minute prelude which sets the brooding mood the curtain rises on an understated but effective backdrop of a sailing ship bringing the Irish princess Isolde
to Cornwall as an unwilling bride-to-be for the king.
Resonance Ionization Laser Ion Source (RILIS) in action at ISOLDE
, it said,
Tristan and Isolde
*** (2006) (Channel 4, 1.55pm) PICTURED Handsome English warrior Tristan of Aragon (James Franco) falls for drop-dead-gorgeous Irish princess Isolde
(Sophia Myles) when she nurses him back to health after a wound sustained in a battle with her people.
Nilsson s most famous role was that of Isolde
in Richard Wagner s opera "Tristan und Isolde
", with which she took La Scala by storm in 1956 and established her credentials as one of the 20th century s great Wagnerian sopranos.
As director of the National Eye Institute (NEI), one of the National Institutes of Health, I am sad to report that Muriel Isolde
Kaiser-Kupfer, M.D., researcher in genetic eye diseases and chief of NEI's Ophthalmic Genetics and Visual Function Branch until her retirement in 2004, passed away January 9, 2008 after a lengthy illness.
Productions of Tristan und Isolde
on video have been scarce and they range from highly contemporary to extremely problematic.