is the international car registration for
WAG = West Africa: Gambia
Based on the 1991 book 'American Hero'
Opera composer of the Ring Cycle and Tristan und Isolde, others
1979--original Golf with a boot
1981; released on "Hi Infidelity'; peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100
(1876) The third of Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung).
Wagner took 26 years to write it (1848-1874)
1974--the Golf GTi became known as the "Rabbit Injection" stateside!
(1868) The original story was conceived by Wagner. Distinguished from the bulk of Wagner's work as a departure due to his use of ryhmed verse, arias, choruses, and a quintet. Another feature that marks it as a quirk in Wagner's oeuvre: it contains a ballet.
German composer who fundamentally changed European musical, literary, and theatrical life
(1876) The title is a German translation of the Norse word "Ragnarok". Prophesied in Norse mythology, Ragnarok is a war between the gods which ultimately brings about the end of the world.
1997--nowhere near as good as the original
Pullman's railroad coach or sleeper was designed for overnight passenger travel. Sleeping cars were being used on American railroads since the 1830s, however, they were not that comfortable and the Pullman Sleeper was very comfortable.
1980; soft rock power ballad; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
1927 - In the treatment of demetia paralytica
Famous Hungarian pianist / composer
Joined in 1867, quarter released in 2006
A cycle of four operas: Das Rheingold, Die Walkure, Siegfried, and Gotterdammerung. Spoofed in the modern musical theater comedy "Das Barbecue".
1938-- the most successful car ever made