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Book
lv, 1188 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction, by Tom Shippey Note on the Texts, Titles, and Organization of the Poems List of Abbreviations On Translating Old English Poetry The Junius Manuscript -Introduction -Genesis (A and B) -Exodus -Daniel -Christ and Satan The Vercelli Book -Introduction -Andreas: Andrew in the Country of the Cannibals -The Fates of the Apostles -Soul and Body I -Homiletic Fragment I: On Human Deceit -The Dream of the Rood -Elene: Helena's Discovery of the True Cross The Exeter Book -Introduction -Christ I: Advent Lyrics -Christ II: The Ascension -Christ III: Judgment -Guthlac A -Guthlac B -Azarias: The Suffering and Songs of the Three Youths -The Phoenix -Juliana -The Wanderer -The Gifts of Men -Precepts: A Father's Instruction -The Seafarer -Vainglory -Widsith -The Fortunes of Men -Maxims I: Exeter Maxims (A, B, and C) -The Order of the World -The Rhyming Poem -Physiologus I: The Panther -Physiologus II: The Whale -Physiologus III: Partridge or Phoenix -Homiletic Fragment III: God's Bright Welcome -Soul and Body II -Deor -Wulf and Eadwacer -Riddles 1-57 -The Wife's Lament -Judgment Day I -Resignation A: The Penitent's Prayer -Resignation B: The Exile's Lament -The Descent into Hell -Almsgiving -Pharaoh -The Lord's Prayer I -Homiletic Fragment II: Turn Toward the Light -Riddles 28b and 58 -The Husband's Message -The Ruin -Riddles 59-91 Beowulf and Judith -Introduction -Beowulf -Judith The Metrical Psalms of the Paris Psalter and the Meters of Boethius -Introduction -The Metrical Psalms of the Paris Psalter -The Meters of Boethius The Minor Poems -Introduction -The Fight at Finnsburg -Waldere -The Battle of Maldon -The Poems of The Anglo-Saxon ChronicleThe Battle of Brunanburg (937)The Capture of the Five Boroughs (942)The Coronation of Edgar (973)The Death of Edgar (975)The Death of Alfred (1036)The Death of Edward (1065) -Durham -The Rune Poem -Solomon and Saturn I -Solomon and Saturn II -The Menologium: A Calendar Poem -Maxims II: Cotton Maxims -A Proverb from Winfrid's Time -Judgment Day II -The Rewards of Piety -The Lord's Prayer II -The Gloria I -The Lord's Prayer III -The Creed -Fragments of Psalms -The Kentish Hymn -Psalm 50 -The Gloria II -A Prayer -Thureth -The Book's Prologue to Aldhelm's De virginitate -The Seasons for Fasting -Caedmon's Hymn -Bede's Death Song -The Leiden Riddle -Latin-English Proverbs -The Metrical Preface to The Pastoral Care -The Metrical Epilogue to The Pastoral Care -The Metrical Preface to Gregory's Dialogues -Colophon to Bede's Ecclesiastical History -The Ruthwell Cross -The Brussels Cross -The Franks Casket -The Metrical CharmsCharm for Unfruitful LandNine Herbs CharmCharm Against a DwarfCharm for a Sudden StitchCharm for Loss of Property or CattleCharm for a Difficult or Delayed BirthCharm for the Water-Elf-DiseaseCharm for a Swarm of BeesCharm for a Theft of CattleCharm for Loss of Property or CattleJourney CharmCharm Against Wens (or Tumors) Additional Poems -Introduction -Additional Poems of The Anglo-Saxon ChronicleThe Accession of Edgar (959)Prince Edward's Return (1057)Malcolm and Margaret (1067)The Wedding Conspiracy Against King William (1075)The Rhyme of King William (1086)The Suffering Under King Henry (1104) -Captions for Drawings -Cnut's Song -Distich: Psalm 17:51 -Distich on Kenelm -Distich on the Sons of Lothebrok-Five Memorial Stone InscriptionsDewsbury Memorial (or Stone Cross)Falstone Hogback MemorialGreat Urswick MemorialOverchurch MemorialThornhill III Memorial -Genealogical Verse -Godric's Hymns -The Grave -Honington Clip -Instructions for Christians -Lament for the English Church (From the Worcester Fragments) -Lancashire Gold Ring -Metrical Psalms 90:15-95:2 -The Soul's Address to the Body (From the Worcester Fragments) -Sutton Disc Brooch -Two Marginalic Lines -Verse in a Charter -Verse in a Homily: The Judgment of the Damned -Verse Paraphrase of Matthew 25:41 -Verse Proverb in a Junius Homily -Verses in Vercelli Homily XXI Appendix of Possible Riddle Solutions Bibliography Index of Poem Titles Acknowledgments.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780812248470 20180213
From the riddling song of a bawdy onion that moves between kitchen and bedroom to the thrilling account of Beowulf's battle with a treasure-hoarding dragon, from the heart-rending lament of a lone castaway to the embodied speech of the cross upon which Christ was crucified, from the anxiety of Eve, who carries "a sumptuous secret in her hands / And a tempting truth hidden in her heart, " to the trust of Noah who builds "a sea-floater, a wave-walking / Ocean-home with rooms for all creatures, " the world of the Anglo-Saxon poets is a place of harshness, beauty, and wonder. Now for the first time, the entire Old English poetic corpus-including poems and fragments discovered only within the past fifty years-is rendered into modern strong-stress, alliterative verse in a masterful translation by Craig Williamson. Accompanied by an introduction by noted medievalist Tom Shippey on the literary scope and vision of these timeless poems and Williamson's own introductions to the individual works and his essay on translating Old English poetry, the texts transport us back to the medieval scriptorium or ancient mead-hall, to share a herdsman's recounting of the story of the world's creation or a people's sorrow at the death of a beloved king, to be present at the clash of battle or to puzzle over the sacred and profane answers to riddles posed over a thousand years ago. This is poetry as stunning in its vitality as it is true to its sources. Were Williamson's idiom not so modern, we might think that the Anglo-Saxon poets had taken up the lyre again and begun to sing once more.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780812248470 20180213
Green Library
Book
xvii, 259 pages ; 23 cm
  • Part 1. "A Perilous Land": defining 'Faërie'
  • Part 2. "Faërie Begins": the nuts and bolts of sub-creation
  • Part 3. "Arresting Strangeness": making it different
  • Part 4. Boiling bones; serving soup.
Devoted to Tolkien, the teller of tales and cocreator of the myths they brush against, these essays focus on his lifelong interest in and engagement with fairy stories, the special world that he called faerie, a world they both create and inhabit, and with the elements that make that world the special place it is. They cover a range of subjects, from The Hobbit to The Lord of the Rings and their place within the legendarium he called the Silmarillion to shorter works like " The Story of Kullervo" and "Smith of Wootton Major."From the pen of eminent Tolkien scholar Verlyn Flieger, the individual essays in this collection were written over a span of twenty years, each written to t the parameters of a conference, an anthol- ogy, or both. They are revised slightly from their original versions to eliminate repetition and bring them up to date. Grouped loosely by theme, they present an unpatterned mosaic, depicting topics from myth to truth, from social manners to moral behavior, from textual history to the microparticles of Middle-earth.Together these essays present a complete picture of a man as complicated as the books that bear his name an independent and unorthodox thinker who was both a believer and a doubter able to maintain conflicting ideas in tension, a teller of tales both romantic and bitter, hopeful and pessimistic, in equal parts tragic and comedic. A man whose work does not seek for right or wrong answers so much as a way to accommodate both; a man of antitheses.Scholars of fantasy literature generally and of Tolkien particularly will find much of value in this insightful collection by a seasoned explorer of Tolkien's world of faerie.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781606353080 20180213
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
450 pages ; 21 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
119 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm
  • From book to script
  • Seeing tolkien's world
  • Fellowship, friends and foes
  • Sean astin, Sam
  • Sean Bean, Boromir
  • Cate Blanchett, Galadriel
  • Orlando Bloom, Legolas
  • Billy Boyd, Pippin
  • Ian Holm, Bilbo
  • Christopher Lee, Saruman
  • Ian McKellen, Gandalf
  • Dominic Monaghan, Merry
  • Viggo Mortensen, Aragorn
  • John Rhys Davies, Gimli
  • Liv Tyler, Arwen
  • Hugo Weaving, Elrond
  • Elijah Wood, Frodo
  • Marton Csokas, Celeborn
  • Fantasy to reality
  • Workshop of the fantastic
  • One ring
  • Of wizard beards and elf ears
  • Speaking the languages of middle earth
  • Cameras in middle earth
  • From the director's chair
  • Before the cameras rolled
  • Real fellowship of the ring
  • Road goes ever on.
The mythos, landscapes and characters that Tolkien created are nothing short of spectacular, and it has taken four decades for cinema technology to reach the necessary level of sophistication to bring them to life. Now, Peter Jackson has accomplished the extraordinary feat of making three motion pictures simultaneously to capture Tolkien's vision in its entirety. For the past several years, Peter Jackson and his team of dedicated filmmakers have been working day and night to bring J.R.R. Tolkien's masterpiece of epic adventure, The Lord of the Rings, to the screen. They have filmed all over the landscapes of New Zealand, and drawn on the skills of a small army of artists -- including digital wizards, medieval weapons experts, stone sculptors, linguists, costumers, makeup designers, blacksmiths and model builders -- together with a cast of internationally renowned actors and literally thousands of extras, to make this ambitious dream come true. And the boundaries of special effects have been pushed to, and beyond, their limits to make The Lord of the Rings Trilogy a ground-breaking and visually stunning cinematic experience. Designed as a celebration of the films, The Lord of the Rings Official Movie Guide is a lavishly illustrated behind-the-scenes guide which includes full-color photos of the cast, locations, sets, monsters and costumes, together with exclusive interviews with Peter Jackson and all the principal cast. It also features an entertaining overview of the conception, design and filming of the trilogy over the last five years, which will give the reader a privileged insight into the making of the most important movie trilogy of the decade.
Green Library
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file) Sound: digital. Digital: audio file.
  • Arias. Je suis sauvée enfin!, Ah! quelle nuit!, Flamme vengeresse / Auber
  • Non so più cosa son, cosa faccio / Mozart
  • Lascia ch'io pianga mia cruda sorte / Handel
  • Voi che sapete che cosa è amor / Mozart
  • Da tempeste il legno infranto / Handel
  • Schafe können sicher weiden ; Laudamus te / J.S. Bach
  • Ach, dass ich Wassers g'nug hätte / J.C. Bach
  • Armatae face et anguibus / Vivaldi
  • Gelido in ogni vena / Vivaldi
  • Dopo notte atra e funesta / Handel
  • Lorsque le temps d'amour, Ne pensions qu'au plaisir d'aimer / Massenet
  • Les tringles des sistres tintaient / Bizet.
  • Lieder, duets, orchestral songs. If I were a strawberry plant / trad.
  • Little bench ; Little apple ; Musicians / Janáček
  • Si dolce è il tormento / Monteverdi
  • Give ear to my prayer, O God ; The Lord is my shepherd ; I will sing a new song unto you, O God / Dvořák
  • O bei lumi / Vitali
  • Felici gl'animi / Kapsberger
  • L'Eraclito amoroso / Strozzi
  • Little Rhine legend ; Praise of lofty intellect / Mahler
  • Captive ; Ring / Dvořák
  • To the distant beloved / Rösler
  • Um Mitternacht
  • Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen / Mahler
  • Asie / Ravel.
Book
xii, 270 pages ; 22 cm.
  • 1 â Introduction.-2 Queer Tolkien: A Bibliographical Essay on Tolkien and Alterity.-3 Race in Tolkien Studies: A Bibliographic Essay.-4 Revising Lobelia.-5 Medieval Organicism or Modern Feminist Science.-6 Cinema, Sexuality, Mechanical Reproduction: Peter Jackson's Saruman.-7 Saruman's Sodomitic Resonances: Alain de Lille's De Planctu Naturae and J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings.-8 Cruising Fairies: Queer Desire in Gilles, Niggle, and Smith.-9 Language and Alterity in Tolkien and Levinas.-10 The Orcs and the Others: Familiarity as Estrangement in The Lord of the Rings.-11 Silmarils and Obsession: The Undoing of Feanor.-12 The Other as Kolbitr: Tolkien's Faramir and Eowyn as Alfred and AEthelflaed.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319610177 20180115
This exciting collection of essays explores the role of the Other in Tolkien's fiction, his life, and the pertinent criticism. It critically examines issues of gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity, language, and identity in The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, and lesser-known works by Tolkien. The chapters consider characters such as Lobelia Sackville-Baggins, Saruman, Eowyn, and the Orcs as well as discussions of how language and identity function in the source texts. The analysis of Tolkien's work is set against an examination of his life, personal writing, and beliefs. Each essay takes as its central position the idea that how Tolkien responds to that which is different, to that which is "Other, " serves as a register of his ethics and moral philosophy. In the aggregate, they provide evidence of Tolkien's acceptance of alterity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319610177 20180115
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Music recording
6 audio discs : analog, 78 rpm ; 10 in.
  • As I was going along
  • Where
  • Big rock candy mountain
  • Blue tail fly
  • I'm going down the road
  • Little Mohee
  • Wanderin'
  • I have been a good boy
  • Frankie and Johnny
  • The roving gambler
  • Hammer ring
  • Watermelon cry
  • Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel
  • Trouble, trouble
  • Basement blues
  • Casey Jones
  • More than these.
Archive of Recorded Sound
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1 online resource (1 sound file) Sound: digital. Digital: audio file.
  • Adagio for Strings, Op. 11 / Samuel Barber (David Zinman, conductor ; Baltimore Symphony Orchestra)
  • Requiem, Op. 48 / Gabriel Fauré (Simon Lole, conductor ; City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra ; All Angels)
  • Highgrove Suite / Patrick Hawes (Claire Jones, harp ; Patrick Hawes, conductor ; Philharmonia Orchestra)
  • A Lord of the Ring Suite / Howard Shore (James Galway, flute ; Klauspeter Seibel, conductor ; London Symphony Orchestra)
  • Thais, Act II: Meditation / Jules Massenet (Nigel Kennedy, violin ; Richard Bonynge, conductor ; National Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 15 / Johannes Brahms (Nelson Freire, piano ; Riccardo Chailly, conductor ; Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra)
  • Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K. 622 / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Franklin Cohen, clarinet ; Christoph von Dohnanyi, conductor ; Cleveland Orchestra)
  • Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64, MWV O14 / Felix Mendelssohn (Joshua Bell, violin ; Neville Marriner, conductor ; Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Orchestra)
  • Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 / Johann Sebastian Bach (Andras Schiff, piano)
  • The Seal Lullaby / Eric Whitacre ; Rudyard Kipling (Lavinia Meijer, harp ; Voces8)
  • Le Onde / Ludovico Einaudi (Craig Ogden, guitar)
  • Oboe Concerto in D Minor / Alessandro Marcello (Heinz Holliger, oboe ; I Musici)
  • Serse / George Frideric Handel ; Nicolo Minato (Andreas Scholl, counter-tenor ; Roger Norrington, conductor ; Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment)
  • The 4 Seasons: Violin Concerto in F Minor, Op. 8, No. 4, RV 297, "L'inverno" / Antonio Vivaldi (Trevor Pinnock, harpsichord ; Simon Standage, violin ; Trevor Pinnock, conductor ; English Concert)
  • Concierto de Aranjuez / Joaquin Rodrigo (Carlos Bonell, guitar ; Charles Dutoit, conductor ; Montreal Symphony Orchestra)
  • Pavane, Op. 50 / Gabriel Fauré (Charles Dutoit, conductor ; Montreal Symphony Orchestra ; Montreal Symphony Orchestra Chamber Choir)
  • Carnival of the Animals / Camille Saint-Saëns (Christopher van Kampen, cello ; Cristina Ortiz, piano ; Pascal Rogé, piano ; Antony Pay, clarinet ; Sebastian Bell, flute ; Robin McGee, double bass ; Charles Dutoit, conductor ; London Sinfonietta)
  • Chamber Concerto in D Major, RV 93 / Antonio Vivaldi (Pepe Romero, guitar ; I Musici)
  • The Lark Ascending / Ralph Vaughan Williams (Nicola Benedetti, violin ; Andrew Litton, conductor ; London Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • Spem in alium / Thomas Tallis (Robert Hollingworth, conductor ; I Fagiolini)
  • Suite bergamasque / Claude Debussy (Ji Liu, piano)
  • String Quintet in C Major, Op. 163, D. 956 / Franz Schubert (Dietfried G?rtler, cello ; Weller Quartet)
  • Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43 / Sergey Rachmaninov (Bella Davidovich, piano ; Neeme Jarvi, conductor ; Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra)
  • Hippolyte et Aricie / Jean-Philippe Rameau ; Simon-Joseph Pellegrin (Veronique Gens, soprano ; Jean-Paul Fouchécourt, tenor ; Marc Minkowski, conductor ; Les Musiciens du Louvre)
  • Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467, "Elvira Madigan" / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Geza Anda, piano ; Geza Anda, conductor ; Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra)
  • Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 36, "Enigma" / Edward Elgar (Charles Mackerras, conductor ; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • The Deer Hunter: Cavatina / Stanley Myers (Göran Söllscher, guitar)
  • Saul, HWV 53 / George Frideric Handel ; Charles Jennens (Andreas Scholl, alto ; Paul McCreesh, conductor ; Gabrieli Players)
  • Scarborough Fair / Traditional (Craig Ogden, guitar)
  • Vadam et circumibo civitatem a 6 / Tomas Luis de Victoria (Ensemble Plus Ultra)
  • Pell?as et M?lisande Suite, Op. 80 / Gabriel Faur? (Neville Marriner, conductor ; Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Orchestra)
  • Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 16 / Edvard Grieg (Jorge Bolet, piano ; Riccardo Chailly, conductor ; Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra)
  • Samson et Dalila, Op. 47: Act II: Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta vox / Camille Saint-Sa?ns (James Galway, flute ; Klauspeter Seibel, conductor ; London Symphony Orchestra)
  • Canon and Gigue in D Major / Johann Pachelbel (Trevor Pinnock, conductor ; English Concert)
  • Carmen Suite No. 1 / Georges Bizet (Charles Dutoit, conductor ; Montreal Symphony Orchestra)
  • Cavalleria Rusticana / Pietro Mascagni (Barry Wordsworth, conductor ; BBC Concert Orchestra)
  • Jeux d'eau / Maurice Ravel (Pascal Rogé, piano)
  • This is the record of John / Orlando Gibbons (Nicholas Collon, conductor ; Aurora Orchestra)
  • 4 Impromptus, Op. 90, D. 899 / Franz Schubert (Radu Lupu, piano)
  • Symphony No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 27 / Sergey Rachmaninov (Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor ; Concertgebouw Orchestra)
  • 3 Gymnopedies / Erik Satie (Pascal Rogé, piano)
  • Danny Boy / Traditional ; Frederick Edward Weatherly (Laura Wright, soprano ; Richard Hein, conductor ; City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • Harmonia artificiosa-ariosa: Partia No. 3 in A Major / Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (Reinhard Goebel, conductor ; Cologne Musica Antiqua)
  • Spartacus Suite No. 2 / Aram Il'yich Khachaturian (Aram Il'yich Khachaturian, conductor ; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • Capriol Suite / Peter Warlock (Nicholas Kraemer, harpsichord ; Neville Marriner, conductor ; Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Orchestra)
  • Overture / Johann Sebastian Bach (Christopher Hogwood, conductor ; Academy of Ancient Music)
  • Fantasia on Greensleeves / Ralph Vaughan Williams (Neville Marriner, conductor ; Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Orchestra)
  • Oboe Concerto in D Minor, Op. 9, No. 2 / Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni (Heinz Holliger, oboe ; Maria Teresa Garatti, harpsichord ; I Musici)
  • Autumn Moon On A Calm Lake / Lu Wencheng (Ji Liu, piano)
  • Water Music: Suite No. 1 in F Major, HWV 348 / George Frideric Handel (Christopher Hogwood, conductor ; Academy of Ancient Music).
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file) Sound: digital. Digital: audio file.
  • The Londonderry air (4:11)
  • A lord of the ring suite (6:45)
  • She moved through the fair (3:11)
  • Scarborough Fair (3:03)
  • Irish suite. The Irish washerwoman (2:38) ; The minstrel boy (3:33) ; The rakes of mallow (2:50)
  • Lough caragh (5:47)
  • My Lagan love (4:59)
  • Molly on the shore (4:26)
  • No more, my Mary (1:53)
  • He promised me at parting (2:00)
  • Come draw we round a cheerful ring (1:41)
  • A Gaelic blessing (4:49)
  • Annie's song (2:55)
  • The Bohemian girl. I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls (4:23)
  • Molly Malone (2:31)
  • Clarinet concerto in A minor, op. 80 (excerpts) (15:30)
  • Irish suite (excerpts) (9:35)
  • Wexford carol (4:23)
  • Messiah. The trumpet shall sound (8:17).
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file) Sound: digital. Digital: audio file.
  • The Planets, Op. 32: IV. Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity / Holst (7:51)
  • The Lark Ascending / Vaughan Williams (16:00)
  • Le Onde / Einaudi (4:39)
  • Finlandia, Op. 26 / Sibelius (9:02)
  • Suite bergamasque: III. Clair de lune / Debussy (5:11)
  • Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68, "Pastoral": I. Awakening of Cheerful Feelings Upon Arrival in the Country: Allegro ma non troppo / Beethoven (10:18)
  • Adagio for Strings, Op. 11 / Barber (8:45)
  • Final Fantasy: Main Theme / Uematsu (2:40)
  • The 4 Seasons: Violin Concerto in E Major, Op. 8, No. 1, RV 269, "La primavera" (Spring): I. Allegro / Vivaldi (3:22)
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: Main Theme / Shore (5:51)
  • Les pecheurs de perles (The Pearl Fishers), Act I: Au fond du temple saint / Bizet (5:19)
  • Carmina Burana: Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi: O Fortuna / Orff (2:31)
  • Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18: II. Adagio sostenuto / Rachmaninov (11:53)
  • Trumpet Concerto in E-Flat Major, Hob.VIIe:1: III. Finale: Allegro / Haydn (4:25)
  • Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 36, "Enigma": Variation 9: Nimrod (A. J. Jaeger) / Elgar (4:08)
  • Il salmo Miserere mei Deus: Miserere / Allegri (11:56)
  • Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27, No. 2, "Moonlight": I. Adagio sostenuto / Beethoven (5:02)
  • Scheherazade, Op. 35: III. The Young Prince and the Young Princess / Rimsky-Korsakov (9:52)
  • Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467, "Elvira Madigan": II. Andante / Mozart (7:02)
  • Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Dragonborn / Soule (3:56)
  • 1812 Festival Overture, Op. 49 / Tchaikovsky (14:54)
  • Zadok the Priest, HWV 258 / Handel (5:16)
  • Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K. 622: II. Adagio / Mozart (7:36)
  • Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis / Vaughan Williams (14:15)
  • Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 16: I. Allegro molto moderato / Grieg (12:34)
  • Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo / Mascagni (3:13)
  • Canon in D Major / Pachelbel (4:42)
  • Nocturne No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2 / Chopin (4:23)
  • Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85: I. Adagio - Moderato / Elgar (8:15)
  • Thais, Act II: Meditation / Massenet (5:41)
  • Symphony No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 78, "Organ": II. Maestoso - Allegro - Più allegro - Molto allegro - Pesante / Saint-Saëns (7:54)
  • Romeo and Juliet, Op. 64, Act I: Dance of the Knights / Prokofiev (5:37)
  • Rhapsody in Blue (arr. F. Grofe for piano and orchestra) / Gershwin (14:50)
  • Requiem, Op. 48: Pie Jesu / Fauré (4:17)
  • Schindler's List: Theme / Williams (3:46)
  • Symphony No. 5 in C-Sharp Minor: IV. Adagietto / Mahler (10:28)
  • Symphony No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 27: II. Allegro molto / Rachmaninov (9:24)
  • The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a: II. Danses carateristiques: Dance of the Sugar-plum Fairy / Tchaikovsky (2:16)
  • Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95, B. 178, "From the New World": II. Largo / Dvořák (11:20)
  • Adagio in G Minor (attrib. to Albinoni) / Giazotto (7:19)
  • Ashokan Farewell (arr. for guitar) / Ungar (2:37)
  • Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26: III. Finale: Allegro energico / Bruch (7:19).

11. Wings of song [2004]

Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file) Sound: digital. Digital: audio file.
  • Pavane pour une infante défunte / Ravel (6:11)
  • Gymnopédie no. 3 / Satie (2:47)
  • Ave Maria / Schubert (4:27)
  • The dawning of the day / Trad. (4:35)
  • En aranjuez con tu amor / Rodrigo (7:29)
  • Siciliano (Sonata for violin and harpsichord no. 4 in C minor, BWV 1017) / J.S. Bach (2:53)
  • Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix (Samson et Dalila) / Saint-Saëns (6:16)
  • Casta diva (Norma) / Bellini (5:04)
  • Pie Jesu (Requiem) / Fauré (3:17)
  • Barcarolle (Les Contes d'Hoffmann) / Offenbach (2:43)
  • Der Engel (Wesendonck-Lieder no. 1) / Wagner (2:47)
  • Che farò senza Euridice? (Orfeo ed Euridice) / Gluck (4:30)
  • Lento (String Quartet no. 12 in F major, op. 96 "American" B 179) / Dvořak (8:30)
  • Wiegenlied (Guten Abend, gut' Nacht) / Brahms (2:20)
  • Bonus tracks. A Lord of the rings suite (for Sir James Galway) / Shore (6:45)
  • Annie's song / Denver (2:58).
Video
1 online resource (96 minutes) Digital: data file.
Leo and Darren are two gay roommates living in London, each single and pursuing romantic happiness. While Darren strikes up a relationship with real estate agent and sex-fiend Jeremy, Leo joins a New Age men's therapy group and promptly develops a crush on fellow member Brendan - who is recently separated from his longtime girlfriend Sally! Director Rose Troche (Go Fish, The L Word) and a cast of actors including Kevin McKidd (Trainspotting, Grey's Anatomy), Simon Callow (Amadeus, Shakespeare In Love), Tony Award winner Jennifer Ehle (The King's Speech, Pride and Prejudice), and Hugo Weaving (The Matrix, The Lord of the Rings) have created a refreshing and thoroughly charming film that examines the trials and tribulations of lust and love.
Video
1 online resource (44 min.).
Looks at the planet Saturn and its fascinating rings; how they may have been created; how the latest probes have answered questions and revealed new mysteries about the planet, and how Saturn's moon Titan may hold more resources of petroleum than Earth will ever need.
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file) Sound: digital. Digital: audio file.
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: I. The Return to Ulster
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: II. Sweet Power of Song
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: III. Once More I Hail Thee
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: IV. The Morning Air Plays on My Face
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: V. The Massacre of Glenco
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: VI. What Shall I Do to Shew How Much I Love Her?
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: VII. His Boat Comes on the Sunny Tide
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: VIII. Come Draw We Round a Cheerful Ring
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: IX. The Soldier's Dream
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: X. The Deserter
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XI. Thou Emblem of Faith
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XII. English Bulls
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XIII. Musing on the Roaring Ocean
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XIV. Dermot and Shelah
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XV. Let Brain-Spinning Swains
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XVI. Hide Not Thy Anguish
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XVII. In Vain to This Desert, Due
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XVIII. They Bid Me Slight My Dermot Dear
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XIX. Wife, Children and Friends
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XX. Farewell Bliss and Farewell Nancy
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XXI. Morning a Cruel Turmoiler Is
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XXII. From Garyone, My Happy Home
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XXIII. A Wand'ring Gypsy, Sirs, Am I
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XXIV. The Traugh Welcome
  • 25 Irish Songs WoO 152: XXV. Oh Harp of Erin
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: I. When Eve's Last Rays
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: II. No Riches from His Scanty Store
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: III. The British Light Dragoons
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: IV. Since Greybeards Inform Us
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: V. I Dream'd I Lay Where Flow'rs Were Springing
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: VI. Sad and Luckless Was the Season
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: VII. O Soothe Me, My Lyre
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: VIII. Norah of Balamagairy
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: IX. The Kiss, Dear Maid, Thy Lip Has Left
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: X. Oh! Thou Hapless Soldier
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XI. When Far from the Home
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XII. I'll Praise the Saints
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XIII. 'Tis Sunshine at Last
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XIV. Paddy O'Rafferty
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XV. 'Tis but in Vain
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XVI. O Might I but My Patrick Love
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XVII. Come, Darby Dear
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XVIII. No More, My Mary
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XIX. Judy, Lovely, Matchless Creature
  • 20 Irish Songs WoO 153: XX. Thy Ship Must Sail
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: I. The Elfin Fairies
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: II. O Harp of Erin
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: III. The Farewell Song
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: IV. The Pulse of an Irishman
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: V. Oh! Who, My Dear Dermot
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: VI. Put Round the Bright Wine
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: VII. From Garyone, My Happy Home
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: VIII. Save Me from the Grave and Wise
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: IX. Oh! Would I Were but That Sweet Linnet
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: X. The Hero May Perish
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: XI. The Soldier in a Foreign Land
  • 12 Irish Songs WoO 154: XII. He Promised Me at Parting
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: I. Sion, the Son of Evan
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: II. The Monks of Bangor's March
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: III. The Cottage Maid
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: IV. Love Without Hope
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: V. A Golden Robe My Love Shall Wear
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: VI. The Fair Maid of Mona
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: VII. Oh Let the Night My Blushes Hide
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: VIII. Farewell, Thou Noisy Town
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: IX. To the Aeolian Harp
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: X. Ned Pugh's Farewell
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XI. Merch Megan
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XII. Waken Lords and Ladies Gay
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XIII. Helpless Woman
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XIV. The Dream
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XV. When Mortals All to Rest Retire
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XVI. The Damsels of Cardigan
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XVII. The Dairy House
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XVIII. Sweet Richard
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XIX. The Vale of Clwyd
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XX. To the Blackbird
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XXI. Cupid's Kindness
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XXII. Constancy
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XXIII. The Old Strain
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XXIV. Three Hundred Pounds
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XXV. The Parting Kiss
  • 26 Welsh Songs WoO 155: XXVI. Good Night
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: I. The Banner of Buccleuch
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: II. Duncan Gray
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: III. Up! Quit Thy Bower
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: IV. Ye Shepherds of This Pleasant vale
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: V. Cease Your Funning
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: VI. Highland Harry
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: VII. Polly Stewart
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: VIII. Womankind
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: IX. Lochnagar
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: X. Glencoe
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: XI. Auld Lang Syne
  • 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156: XII. The Quaker's Wife
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: I. God Save the King (English)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: II. The Soldier (Irish)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: III. O Charlie Is My Darling (Scottish)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: IV. O Sanctissima (Sicilian)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: V. The Miller of the Dee (English)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: VI. A Health to the Brave (Irish)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: VII. Since All Thy Vows, False Maid (Irish)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: VIII. By the Side of the Shannon (Irish)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: IX. Highlander's Lament (Scottish)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: X. Sir Johnie Cope (?Scottish)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: XI. The Wandering Minstrel (Irish)
  • 12 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 157: XII. La Gondoletta (Venetian)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: I. Ridder Stig tjener i Congens Gaard (Danish)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: II. Horch auf, mein Liebchen (German)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: III. Wegen meiner bleib d'Fräula (German)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: IV. Wann i in der Früh aufsteh (Tyrolean)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: V. I bin a Tyroler Bua (Tyrolean)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: VI. A Madel, ja a Madel (Tyrolean)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: VII. Wer solche Buema afipackt (Tyrolean)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: VIII. Ih mag di nit (Tyrolean)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: IX. Oj upiłem sie w karczmie (Polish)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: X. Poszła baba po popiół (Polish)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XI. Yo no quiero embarcarme (Portuguese)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XII. Seus lindos olhos (Portuguese)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XIII. Im Walde sind viele Mücklein geboren (Russian)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XIV. Ach Bächlein, Bächlein, kühle Wasser (Russian)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XV. Unsere Mädchen gingen in den Wald (Russian)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XVI. Schöne Minka, ich muss schneiden 'Air cosaque' (Ukrainian)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XVII. Lilla Carl, sov sött i frid (Swedish)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XVIII. An ä Bergli bin i gesässe (Swiss)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XIX. Una paloma blanca 'Bolero a solo' (Spanish)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XX. Como la mariposa 'Bolero a due' (Spanish)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XXI. La tiranna se embarca (Spanish)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XXII. Édes kinos emlékezet (Hungarian)
  • 23 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158a: XXIII. Da brava, Catina (Venetian)
  • WoO 158c: II. 'Non, non, Collette n'est point trompeuse' from le devin du village
  • Hess 168: Air Français
  • From 7 British Songs WoO 158b: I. Adieu My Lov'd Harp (Irish)
  • From 7 British Songs WoO 158b: III. Oh Was Not I a Weary Wight (Scottish)
  • From 7 British Songs WoO 158b: IV. Red Gleams the Sun (Scottish)
  • From 7 British Songs WoO 158b: V. Erin! oh, Erin! (Irish/Scottish)
  • From 7 British Songs WoO 158b: VI. O Mary, Ye's Be Clad in Silk (Scottish)
  • From 6 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158c: I. When My Hero in Court Appears, from The Beggar's Opera
  • From 6 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158c: II. Non, non, Collette n'est point trompeuse from le devin du village
  • From 6 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158c: III. Mark Yonder Pomp of Costly Fashion (Scottish)
  • From 6 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158c: IV. Bonnie Wee Thing (Scottish)
  • From 6 Songs of Various Nationality WoO 158c: V. From Thee, Eliza, I Must Go (Scottish)
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: I. Music, Love, and Wine
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: II. Sunset
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: III. Oh! Sweet Were the Hours
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: IV. The Maid of Isla
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: V. The Sweetest Lad Was Jamie
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: VI. Dim, Dim Is My Eye
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: VII. Bonnie Laddie, Highland Laddie
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: VIII. The Lovely Lass of Inverness
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: IX. Behold My Love How Green the Groves
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: X. Sympathy
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XI. Oh! Thou Art the Ladq
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XII. Oh, Had My Fate
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XIII. Come Fill, Fill, My Good Fellow
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XIV. O, How Can I Be Blithe
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XV. O Cruel Was My Father
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XVI. Could This Ill World
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XVII. O Mary, at Thy Window Be
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XVIII. Enchantress, Farewell
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XIX. O Swiftly Glides the Bonny Boat
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XX. Faithfu' Johnie
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XXI. Jeannie's Distress
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XXII. The Highland Watch
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XXIII. The Shepherd's Song
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XXIV. Again My Lyre
  • 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108: XXV. Sally in Our Alley.

15. Possessed 13 [2003]

Music recording
2 audio discs ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical. Digital: audio file. CD audio.
  • [Disc 1] No tomorrow
  • Face of destruction ; Deep hit of death
  • Deliverance
  • Cold is the grave
  • Dream bloody hell (Instr.)
  • Morningstar rising
  • Are you morbid?
  • Bow to none
  • Kill 'em all
  • Natashead overdrive
  • Zombiefied!
  • Dawn of emptiness
  • In memoriam (Instr.).
  • [Disc 2] Last rite
  • Seventh gate
  • Deadspawn
  • Diachronic damnation
  • The lord of the rings
  • Beyond where darkness dwells
  • Forever heaven gone
  • Soulicide demon-might
  • Godless
  • Neverending dream
  • Candles
  • Burnin' leather
  • Rebel Angel.
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16. Fire and ice. [1983]

Video
1 online resource (streaming video file) (79 minutes) : digital, .flv file, sound Sound: digital. Digital: video file; MPEG-4; Flash.
A classic animated adventure-fantasy film directed by the legendary Ralph Bakshi (THE LORD OF THE RINGS (1978), COOL WORLD). In this animated tale, a tiny village is destroyed by a surging glacier, which serves as the deadly domain for the evil Ice Lord, Nekron. The only survivor is Larn, a young warrior who vows to avenge this act of destruction. The evil continues, however, as Nekron's palace of ice heads straight towards Fire Keep, the great fortress ruled by the good King Jarol. When Jarol's beautiful daughter, Teegra, is abducted by Nekron's sub-human ape-like creatures, Larn begins a daring search for her. What results is a tense battle between good and evil, surrounded by the mystical elements of the ancient past.

17. Game of Thrones [2017]

Book
203 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Winter is coming. Every Sunday night, millions of fans gather around their televisions to take in the spectacle that is a new episode of Game of Thrones. Much is made of who will be gruesomely murdered each week on the hit show, though sometimes the question really is who won't die a fiery death. The show, based on the Song of Ice and Fire series written by George R. R. Martin, is a truly global phenomenon. With the seventh season of the HBO series in production, Game of Thrones has been nominated for multiple awards, its cast has been catapulted to celebrity, and references to it proliferate throughout popular culture. Often positioned as the grittier antithesis to J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, Martin's narrative focuses on the darker side of chivalry and heroism, stripping away these higher ideals to reveal the greed, amorality, and lust for power underpinning them. Fan Phenomena: Game of Thrones is an exciting new addition to the Intellect series, bringing together academics and fans of Martin's universe to consider not just the content of the books and HBO series, but fan responses to both.From trivia nights dedicated to minutiae to forums speculating on plot twists to academics trying to make sense of the bizarre climate of Westeros, everyone is talking about Game of Thrones. Edited by Kavita Mudan Finn, the book focuses on the communities created by the books and television series and how these communities envision themselves as consumers, critics, and even creators of fanworks in a wide variety of media, including fiction, art, fancasting, and cosplay.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783207848 20170814
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18. Beren and Lúthien [2017]

Book
288 pages, 9 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Painstakingly restored from Tolkien's manuscripts and presented for the first time as a continuous and standalone story, the epic tale of Beren and Luthien will reunite fans of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings with Elves and Men, Dwarves and Orcs and the rich landscape and creatures unique to Tolkien's Middle-earth.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780008214197 20170807
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Book
xvi, 258 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Preface
  • List of abbreviations
  • Introduction : the Greek magical papyri
  • General character
  • Modern editions and translations
  • The history of Greek and demotic magical papyri and magical handbooks
  • Defixionum tabellae and magical amulets
  • Characteristics of the Greek magical papyri
  • Greek language
  • Hymns
  • Categories of spells
  • The magical operation
  • The focus and methods of the monograph
  • Magic : definition
  • The concepts of the divine in the greek magical papyri : chapter Description
  • The religio-philosophical concept of the personal daimon and the magico-theurgic ritual of systasis
  • Introduction
  • The PGM spells
  • "Systasis with your own daimon" (PGM VII.505-528)
  • Untitled spell for dream revelation (PGM VII.478-490)
  • Untitled spell concerning your own shadow (PGM III.612-632)
  • "The erotic binding spell of Astrapsoukos" (PGM VIII. 1-63)
  • Conclusion
  • The religious concept of paredros
  • Introduction : the basic concept of paredros
  • Paredroi as daimones
  • "A daimon comes as an assistant" (PGM 1.1-42)
  • "Power of the bear constellation that accomplishes everything" (PGM IV. 1331-1389)
  • Paredros as the resurrected spirit and body of the dead
  • Scholarly discussion
  • The issue of the resurrection of the dead in the spells
  • "King pitys' spell that leads over any skull cup" (PGM IV. 1928-2005)
  • "Divine assistance from three homeric verses" (PGM IV.2145-2240)
  • "Pitys' spell that leads" (PGM IV.2006-2125)
  • The purpose of reanimating the dead in the magical rite
  • Paredros as the god eros
  • Paredros as the spell itself and as a god, or goddess revealed as another entity
  • "Spell of pnouthis, the sacred scribe, for acquiring an assistant" (PGM 1.42-195)
  • "Spell to selene" (PGM I.147ff.)
  • Untitled spell to acquire a divine assistant (PGM LVII.1-37)
  • The "lunar spell of klaudianus and ritual of heaven and the bear constellation over lunar offerings" (PGM VII.862-918)
  • "The old serving woman of apollonius of tyana" (PGM XIa.1-40)
  • Paredros as divine assistance from homeric verses and an object
  • The relationship between the paredros and the magician
  • Conclusion
  • The concept of god through manifold religious and philosophical assimilations
  • Introduction
  • Helios
  • "Spell to bring the god" (PGM IV.985-1035)
  • Helios the greatest god, lord horus harpocrates
  • Helios holding the reins and steering the tiller, restraining the serpent
  • Helios : praised, Iao
  • "This is the (consecration) ritual for all purposes : spell to helios" (PGM IV.1596-1715)
  • Helios : the gracious good daimon
  • Helios : sabaoth adonai, the great god
  • Helios : the cosmokrator, the thalassokrator, heaven as Helios' processional way
  • "[Systasis to] helios" (PGM III.494-611)
  • Helios : the image, the whole of the cosmos; forms and names
  • "Systasis with your own daimon" (PGM VII.505-528)
  • Helios : the mixture of the cosmic nature
  • hymn "to helios" (PGM IV.939-948)
  • Helios : ... or ...
  • Eros
  • "Eros as an assistant" (PGM XII.14-95)
  • "The sword of dardanos" (PGM IV.1716-1870)
  • The creator-god
  • "Prayer of Jacob" (PGM XXIIb. 1-26)
  • "Oracle of Kronos demanding, called little mill" (PGM IV.3086-3124)
  • "[Systasis to] helios" (PGM III.494-611)
  • "The sword of dardanos" (PGM IV.1716-1870)
  • "A little ring" (PGM XII.201-269)
  • The use of ...
  • Aion
  • "Divine assistance from three homeric verses" (PGM IV.2145-2240)
  • "God, gods; a sacred book called monad or eighth book of moses about the holy name" (version A. 1-343 from PGM XIII. 1-734)
  • "A little ring" (PGM XII.201-269)
  • "Stele" (PGM IV. 1167-1226)
  • "Another way" (PGM V.459-489)
  • Chrestos
  • "Releasing from bonds" (PGM XIII.288-295)
  • Orthographical and interpretation issues : the scholarly discussion
  • Analysis of the spell : influences and religious assimilations
  • Chrestos as the creator
  • Chrestos as "the one who created compulsion and punishment and torture"
  • The "release" and "open up" formula
  • Chrestos "biaios" : mechanisms of appropriation and integration
  • Dionysus-osiris
  • Osiris
  • "Pitys' spell that leads" (PGM IV.2006-2125)
  • Dionysus
  • Explicit references to dionysus
  • Untitled spell (PGM XIII.734-1077)
  • Allusions to dionysus
  • "A daemon comes as an assistant" (PGM I.1-42)
  • "Excellent philtron" (PGM VII.459-461)
  • "Cup spell" (PGM VII.643-651) : Dionysus-osiris assimilation
  • "This is the (consecration) ritual for all purposes : spell to helios" (PGM IV. 1596-1715)
  • Hekate-selene-artemis
  • "Prayer to selene" (PGM IV.2785-2890)
  • "Erotic spell that leads" (PGM IV.2441-2621)
  • Hermes-thoth-hermes trismegistos
  • Hermes-thoth
  • Hermes trismegistos
  • The religious and philosophical assimilations
  • Untitled spell for revelation (PGM V.370-446)
  • "The erotic binding spell of astrapsoukos" (PGM VIII. 1-63)
  • "Lamp divination" (PGM VII.540-578)
  • Typhon-seth
  • The symbolism of the blood of typhon-seth
  • The religious and philosophical assimilations
  • "spell to restrain anger and to subject" (PGM VII.940-968)
  • "Nephotes to psammetichos immortal king of Egypt" (PGM IV. 154-285)
  • "Spell to restrain" (PGM XXXVI. 1-34)
  • Untitled spell (PGM XIVc.l6-27), "Spell to cause 'evil sleep'" (PGM xiv.675-694)
  • "Separation spell" (PGM XII.365-375)
  • Sarapis
  • Untitled erotic spell (PGM XIXa.1-54)
  • "Oracle of sarapis" (PGM V.1-53)
  • "This is the (consecration) ritual for all purposes : spell to helios" (PGM IV.1596-1715)
  • "Another way" (PGM V.459-489)
  • Isis
  • "The erotic binding spell of astrapsoukos" (PGM VIII. 1-63)
  • Untitled spell to acquire an oracle (/"great Isis the lady") (PGM XXIVa. 1-25)
  • Untitled spell for protection ((...)) (PGM VII.490-504)
  • Untitled spell to acquire a divine assistant (PGM LVII.1-37)
  • Aphrodite
  • "Erotic spell that leads" (PGM IV.2891-2942)
  • "Aphrodite's name" (PGM IV. 1265-1274)
  • Bes(as)
  • Spells : "Request for a dream oracle from Besas" (PGM VII.222-249) and "Request for the dream oracle of Besas" (PGM VIII.64-110)
  • "Stele of Jeu the hieroglyphist in his letter" (PGM V.96-172)
  • "A restraining seal" (PGM IV.2125-2139)
  • Divine Epithets and Identities
  • Conclusion
  • Epilogue
  • Appendix 1
  • Appendix 2
  • Appendix 3
  • Appendix 4
  • Appendix 5
  • Appendix 6
  • Appendix 7
  • Bibliography
  • Index of Greek words
  • Index of sources
  • Index of modern authors
  • Index of names and subjects.
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1 online resource (70 p.)
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