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Mοιχεία

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Published on Dec 21, 2011

Μοιχεία
Zeus and Hera
Adultery

He was King of the Gods. Zeus ruled the earth from his perch atop Mount Olympus as its Supreme Being. Overlooking his wedding vows to Hera, Zeus attained a bad rap for "getting around" in Greek Mythology. Hera, of course, was insanely jealous of the arbitrary demigods, nymphs, and humans Zeus often seduced. Predictably, Hera's rage often transformed Zeus's lovers into animals and cursed his children to damnation.

Μοιχεία is the untold tale of Hera's rage and fury at Zeus's infidelity that eventually drives her to insanity.
Thunderbolt: The stage is set with sounds of Zeus's iconic Thunderbolt.
Deception: Zeus's lustful relationship with one other than Hera is threaded throughout the entire work to remind the listener Zeus will never modify his appetites.
Day of Reckoning: Eventually Hera contrives Zeus's insolence.
Chaos: Hera's disbelief after discovering Zeus's infidelity fragments her hold on sanity.
Fury: No lovers' quarrel is fiercer than the murder of Faith.
Nostalgia: Hera reminisces "true love": the fairytale of her idealized past.
Psychotic Insanity: Hera's sanity is threatened as the affair crumbles her defenses with tantalizing mockery.
Waltz of the Gods: The work takes an unexpected turn and transforms into a demented waltz leering at Zeus's travesty.
Truth: The tale leaves the listener with a simple message: Life moves on amidst the atrocities of breaking Faith, but one will always remember the transgression. Zeus's burial of Trust will never be exhumed.

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