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Mein Karneval der Tiere By Brunhilde Hohgardt
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Mein Karneval der Tiere, Texte und Bilder von Brunhilde Hohgardt. Die Idee zu "Mein Karneval der Tiere" entstand durch das Konzert "Karneval der Tiere", aufgeführt in der... More > Philharmonie Köln.< Less
Mein Karneval der Tiere By Brunhilde Hohgardt
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Mein Karneval der Tiere, Texte und Bilder. Die Idee zu "Mein Karneval der Tiere" entstand durch das Konzert "Karneval der Tiere", aufgeführt in der Philharmonie Köln.
Brunhild y El Sigilo de La Nostalgia By Theodorus von Baumgarten
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Brunhild está a la expectativa de su destino, ella afronta cada día un problema relacionado a su entorno, aunque es precavida en su forma de ser, mantiene la fe en Bianca. Brunhild y El... More > Sigilo de La Nostalgia se desenvuelve en un entorno alejado de la realidad, en un ambiente fantástico y lleno de mucha ilusión y alegría, ¿Podrá la Superstición o falta de fe, llenar sus problemas existenciales? Aún no lo sabemos.< Less
Stories of Siegfried Told to the Children By Mary MacGregor
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The marvelous Germanic legends of the Nibelungenlied—The Song of the Nibelungs—retold especially for children are a wonderful way to introduce young people to an enthralling part of... More > European culture and heritage. The Nibelungenlied is an epic poem in Middle High German, drawn from ancient Germanic heroic motifs (the "Nibelungensaga"), from around the year 1100. This version tells the complex tale of Siegfried and his life’s adventures, beginning with the time he was hidden away in the care of the dwarf Mimer, his acquisition of the magic sword Balmung, and the slaying of the dragon Regin. As a result of being bathed in the dragon’s blood—except for a small patch on his back—Siegfried became invincible and a great hero-warrior. It continues with the acquisition of his Cloak of Darkness, his wand, his seizure of the dwarves’ treasure, his battle with Queen Brunhild of Isenland and his wooing of the maiden princess Kriemhild. Finally, it tells of his betrayal and death, stabbed in the back by a traitor.< Less
Stories of Siegfried Told to the Children By Mary MacGregor
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The marvelous Germanic legends of the Nibelungenlied—The Song of the Nibelungs—retold especially for children are a wonderful way to introduce young people to an enthralling part of... More > European culture and heritage. The Nibelungenlied is an epic poem in Middle High German, drawn from ancient Germanic heroic motifs (the "Nibelungensaga"), from around the year 1100. This version tells the complex tale of Siegfried and his life’s adventures, beginning with the time he was hidden away in the care of the dwarf Mimer, his acquisition of the magic sword Balmung, and the slaying of the dragon Regin. As a result of being bathed in the dragon’s blood—except for a small patch on his back—Siegfried became invincible and a great hero-warrior. It continues with the acquisition of his Cloak of Darkness, his wand, his seizure of the dwarves’ treasure, his battle with Queen Brunhild of Isenland and his wooing of the maiden princess Kriemhild. Finally, it tells of his betrayal and death, stabbed in the back by a traitor.< Less
The Wolf and the Raven (PDF) By Diana L. Paxson
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It is the fifth century, and the Germanic tribes are pushing westward toward the world of Rome. In the forest of the Teutons, Sigfrid works at the forge and runs with the wolves. In the Taunus... More > mountains, Brunhild trains with the Walkyriun, the witch-warriors who serve the tribes. Both find a father in Wodan, the ambiguous god of magic and madness who is guiding the tribes into a new world. Wodan helps Sigfrid forge a legendary sword and become a hero. With his guidance, Brunhild becomes a raven priestess. But Sigfrid’s first great deed leaves him without a family, and when Brunhild obeys the god instead of her superiors, she is cast out. Their only hope of happiness lies together, but more than their own lives will be changed when the wolf and the raven fall in love . . .< Less
The Wolf and the Raven By Diana L. Paxson
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It is the fifth century, and the Germanic tribes are pushing westward toward the world of Rome. In the forest of the Teutons, Sigfrid works at the forge and runs with the wolves. In the Taunus... More > mountains, Brunhild trains with the Walkyriun, the witch-warriors who serve the tribes. Both find a father in Wodan, the ambiguous god of magic and madness who is guiding the tribes into a new world. Wodan helps Sigfrid forge a legendary sword and become a hero. With his guidance, Brunhild becomes a raven priestess. But Sigfrid’s first great deed leaves him without a family, and when Brunhild obeys the god instead of her superiors, she is cast out. Their only hope of happiness lies together, but more than their own lives will be changed when the wolf and the raven fall in love . . .< Less
Teutonic Myth & Legend By Donald McKenzie
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Hother and Balder The Traditional Hamlet Hamlet's Storm-mill Land of the Not-dead and many Marvels The Doom of the Volsungs How Sigmund was Avenged Helgi Hundingsbane Sigurd the Dragon... More > Slayer Brynhild and Gudrun The Last of the Volsungs Gudrun's Vengeance Siegfried and the Nibelungs The Promise of Kriemhild How Brunhild and Kriemhild were won The Betrayal of Siegfried The Nibelungen Tragedy Dietrich of Bern The Land of Giants The Wonderful Rose Garden Virginal, Queen of the Mountains Dietrich in Exile The King's Homecoming< Less
Teutonic Myth & Legend By Donald McKenzie
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Hother and Balder The Traditional Hamlet Hamlet's Storm-mill Land of the Not-dead and many Marvels The Doom of the Volsungs How Sigmund was Avenged Helgi Hundingsbane Sigurd the Dragon... More > Slayer Brynhild and Gudrun The Last of the Volsungs Gudrun's Vengeance Siegfried and the Nibelungs The Promise of Kriemhild How Brunhild and Kriemhild were won The Betrayal of Siegfried The Nibelungen Tragedy Dietrich of Bern The Land of Giants The Wonderful Rose Garden Virginal, Queen of the Mountains Dietrich in Exile The King's Homecoming< Less
The Nibelungenlied: Translated Into Rhymed English Verse By Unknown Author
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The Nibelungenlied is an epic poem originally written in in Middle High German around the year 1180. It tells the story of the dragon-slayer Siegfried at the court of the Burgundians, how he was... More > murdered, and of his wife Kriemhild’s revenge. Based on pre-Christian Germanic heroic motifs which include ancient oral traditions (including the Norse sagas), the Nibelungenlied first appeared from the area of the Danube between Passau and Vienna, from where the oldest manuscripts originate. The epic is divided into two parts, the first dealing with the story of Siegfried and Kriemhild, the wooing of Brünhild and the death of Siegfried at the hands of Hagen, and Hagen’s hiding of the Nibelung treasure in the Rhine. The second part deals with Kriemhild’s marriage to Etzel (Atilla the Hun), her plans for revenge, the journey of the Burgundians to the court of Etzel, and their last stand in Etzel’s hall. This edition has been translated into poem format with the exact metre of the German original.< Less