Levi x Reader: Musical Inspiration (Orchestra!AU)CHAPTER TWOLevi x Reader: Musical Inspiration (Orchestra!AU) by Cats-Go-Murp
What the hell?
I need to learn his part...
...IN LESS THAN 72 HOURS?!
Needless to say, your thoughts weren't the most organized right now. Okay, maybe that was underestimating it a little. Your thoughts and emotions were swirling in a whirlpool inside. How the hell were you going to learn Levi's solo piece in less than 72 hours?! How on earth would you manage that?! There was just no time! You were no where near Levi's level! Disbelief began to take over during your moment of confusion. That's how the brain worked, right? As soon as newly learned information conflicted with the central belief system, the brain would immediately doubt and question it. Of course. Of course Levi had NOT just asked you to play his solo piece at the concert which was in less than 72 hours. Surely he does NOT expect you to learn that barbarically difficult piece in less than 72 hours. Surely y
Levi x Reader: Musical Inspiration (Orchestra!AU)CHAPTER ONELevi x Reader: Musical Inspiration (Orchestra!AU) by Cats-Go-Murp
“Alright everyone, good work today,” your orchestra conductor, Erwin Smith, announced, signalling to everyone that practice was over. While the musicians were putting their instruments back into their cases, Erwin continued. “The concert is in three days, and honestly, I think we’re ready.”
Erwin Smith, known as the best conductor in the city, really lived up to his reputation. If he set his mind to have his orchestra play a piece, be it Bach or Mozart, he would do it. If there was an obstacle that stood in his way, be it an individual player who simply cannot play a piece right, he would set aside his time and gently work together with that individual until the song sounded like it’s supposed to, no matter how much time it took. He probably could even make an orchestra out of monkeys. His patience level was the same size as his eyebrows!
Ok, maybe that was exaggerating it a little… His eyebrows were slightly bigger. Just sli
Cafetalia X Reader - NorwayCafetalia X Reader - Norway by 1Julivia
“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome aboard Norwegian Airlines flight 23 with non-stop service to Oslo, Norway. Please turn your attention to the flight attendant nearest you for our safety demonstration. Please follow along with the safety card located in the seat pocket in front of you. Please make sure your seatbelt is securely fastened at this time. To fasten, insert the loose metal buckle into the holder. Tighten so it fits firmly around your waste. To fasten, pull the loose belt. Also, make sure all carry-on items are stored in the overhead bins or under the seat in front of you…” The perky flight attendant recited.
You let her speech fade into the background as you took in your rather big surroundings. A three seat aisle connected you to your friend who decided to spend her college break going to Norway with you, her younger not-quite-in-college-yet companion. She has heard the safety speech before,
Dragon!ScotlandXReader: Imitating Fairy Tales VIIDragon!ScotlandXReader: Imitating Fairy Tales VII by procrastinator-otaku
You were paralyzed, the screams of people making your ears ring. People were running away, and you stood there, completely stiff. You watched Arthur's knights fight valiantly, but it was all in vain, because the dragon, your dragon, was winning this battle. You clenched your fist tightly, your knees shaking as you stared wide-eyed at the beast. Your mouth had gone dry, and you felt your world crash from around you, people, begging, pleading for the dragon to spare them. He wasn't listening, but, just maybe... he would listen to you. You "No... No stop! You're hurting them!" Your voice was lost in the destruction. You took a slow step forward.
"_______! Ya have to get inside! It's not safe!" Sophie grasped your wrist, pulling you in the direction of the castle. Her eyes were frantic as she tried with all of her strength to pull you with her. Your feet were planted firmly on the ground, your gaze focused on the monster.
"No, wait!" You pushed her away. "Only I can st