- n. Walpurgis night, a feast of witchcraft in German folklore; any orgiastic or bacchanalian party.
- From German Walpurgisnacht. (Wiktionary)
“The start of May marks the Celtic festival of Beltane - the festival of bright or sacred fire, known as Walpurgisnacht in Germany.”
“The remainder of the album makes for decent, often moody but hardly invigorating, autumnal background music, with Brahms' "Walpurgisnacht" I prefer Mendelssohn's and the rag "Graceful Ghost" being a lot less fun than you want them to be.”
“My short story "Walpurgisnacht" has been republished by The Pagan Activist.”
“The night from April 30 to May 1 is called "Walpurgisnacht", the night of Walpurgis or Walpurga.”
“Walpurgisnacht," and certainly appearances favored such a fancy.”
“Having heard rame of his music this winter, particularly that magnificent creation, the "Walpurgisnacht," I wished to obtain his autograph before leaving, and sent a note for that purpose.”
“Walpurgisnacht" is choreographed to music for a ballet orgy from Gounod's opera "Faust.”
“Also on the program: a ballet by Russell Ducker, a young company member; "Walpurgisnacht," by Leonid Lavrovsky; and Christopher Wheeldon's "DGV (Danse à Grande Vitesse)," a tour de force of speed and power.”
“The production even included the Walpurgisnacht ballet, which is usually cut.”
“The highlight is a Cult ritual on Walpurgisnacht itself.”
Looking for tweets for Walpurgisnacht.