Helen returns to Skeldale House still somewhat blue from the death of her Aunt and hoping to spend some time alone with James. Their attempt to find that quiet time meets with little success however. James is faced with a difficult calf birth that not only exhausts him but keeps him out all night. After Sigfried admonishes him for working too hard - as usual, it's thank to Sigfried as much as anyone that he's been so busy - James and Helen plan an afternoon out. As their run of bad luck would have it, James finds himself treating a badly injured dog. Tristan also lets him down but James has a very enjoyable way of getting back at him. Written by
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Hungarian Rhapsody No. 4 in D Minor, S.359 No. 2
By Franz Liszt
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