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Carmina gadelica

Carmichael, Alexander

Carmina gadelica

hymns and incantations with illustrative notes on words, rites, and customs, dying and obsolete

by Carmichael, Alexander

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Published by Oliver and Boyd in Edinburgh, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hymns, Scottish Gaelic.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOrtha nan Galdheal.
    Statementorally collected in the Highlands and islands of Scotland and translated into English by Alexander Carmichael.
    ContributionsWatson, Elizabeth Catherine (Carmichael), d. 1928?, Watson, J. Carmichael 1910-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16653966M

    Alexander Carmichael is best known today for Carmina Gadelica, an influential but controversial compendium of edited Highland lore and literature published in six volumes between and The material that Carmichael collected in the Carmina Gadelica-"The Hymns of the Gaels"-is noted for its preservation of an indigenous "Celtic Price Range: $ - $   Why I Love the Carmina Gadelica (Despite Its But if we let go of the idea that the Carmina Gadelica is supposed to be some sort of pristine collection of long this is not a book you read.

    Internet Archive BookReader Carmina gadelica: hymns and incantations with illustrative notes on words, rites, and customs, dying and obsolete.   Half title: Carmina gadelica: ortha nan Gaidheal. Vols. first issued in a limited ed., ; 2d ed. edited by Elizabeth Carmichael Watson, Vols. translated and edited by James Carmichael Watson from the author's unfinished manuscripts, published Vol. 5 edited by Angus Matheson, Vol. 6, Indexes, edited by Angus Matheson.

    A book of re-paganized prayers from volume 1 of Alexander Carmichael's Carmina Gadelica. by James Carmichael Watson Carmina Gadelica Volume 1; Hymns and Incantations with Illustrative Notes on Words, Rites, and Customs, Dying and Obsolete. The Carmina Gadelica prayers, like that of St Patrick's Breastplate ('I bind unto myself this day the strong Name of the Trinity'), are Christianised Jewish prayers, such as Mary taught her child Jesus to pray, the binding on of the Name of God of the phylacteries, the prayer to the four Archangels, the prayer to place one's spirit into God's.


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The Carmina Gadelica is the most comprehensive collection of poems and prayers from the Gaelic tradition of oral poetry. Gathered by Alexander Carmichael, in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, 'from Arran to Caithness, from Perth to St. Kilda'. The poems had been handed down through the generations in a living oral tradition/5(31).

Carmina Gadelica is the most complete anthology of Celtic oral tradition ever assembled. During his travels, Alexander Carmichael spent hours with peasants in their huts in front of peat fires listening as they "intoned in a low, recitative manner" these poems and prayers/5.

Carmina Gadelica, Volume 1, full text at   Fact 2: Doreen Valiente used this book (Carmina Gadelica) for some of her ritual work () commissioned by Gerald B. Gardner. Fact 3: I have and will be using, words and ritual, I found in this book (Carmina Gadelica) as I have done from the other two sources (facts 1 and 2)/5(26).

The Carmina Gadelica is the most comprehensive collection of poems and prayers from the Gaelic tradition of oral poetry. This work presents a selection of Celtic lyric poems and prayers on the theme of nature, from the Carmina Gadelica. Each poem is presented in both Gaelic and English.

Half-title: Carmina gadelica: ortha nan Carmina gadelica book Vols. first issued in a limited edition, ; 2nd ed. edited by Carmina gadelica book. Elizabeth Carmichael Watson, Vols.a continuation of the work, translated and edited by James Carmichael Watson from Pages:   Carmina Gadelica, whose name is inspired by Alexander Carmichael’s outstanding collection of poems, hymns, prayers and incantations, is a specialist bookshop, located on Skye.

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Carmina Gadelica. An original article from The Month magazine, by Britten, James and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   While this was going on in England, in Scotland, we learn of the old charms in a text known as the Carmina Gadelica, which is a compendium of prayers, hymns, charms, incantations, blessings, literary-folkloric poems and songs, proverbs, lexical items, historical anecdotes and natural history observations gathered between and in the.

Carmina Gadelica: Hymns and Incantations with Illustrative Notes on Words, Rites, and Customs, Dying and Obsolete, Volume 1. Alexander Carmichael. author, - Christian poetry, Scottish Gaelic.

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E-BOOK EXCERPT. The Carmina Gadelica is the most comprehensive collection of poems and prayers from the Gaelic tradition of oral poetry. This work presents a selection of Celtic lyric poems and prayers on the theme of nature, from the Carmina Gadelica.

Each poem is presented in both Gaelic and English. Fact 2: Doreen Valiente used this book (Carmina Gadelica) for some of her ritual work () commissioned by Gerald B. Gardner. Fact 3: I have and will be using, words and ritual, I found in this book (Carmina Gadelica) as I have done from the other two sources (facts 1 and 2)/5(26).

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Carmina Gadelica: Hymns and Incantations with Illustrative Notes On Words, Rites, and Customs, Dying and Obsolete: Orally collected in the highlands and islands of Scotland and Translated into English,by Alexander Carmichael. Carmina Gadelica: Hymns and Incantations with Illustrative Notes on Words, Rites, and Customs, Dying and Obsolete, Volume 2.

Alexander Carmichael, James Carmichael Watson, Angus Matheson. author, - Christian poetry, Scottish Gaelic.

1 Review. Preview this book 5/5(1). The Carmina Gadelica is the most comprehensive collection of poems and prayers from the Gaelic tradition of oral poetry. Gathered by Alexander Carmichael, in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, 'from Arran to Caithness, from Perth to St.

Kilda'. The poems had been handed down through the generations in a living oral tradition.5/5(1).Carmina Gadelica: | | ||| | |Alexander Carmichael|, collector and editor of ||Carm World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias.The Carmina Gadelica (Songs of the Gaels, see Wikipedia) is a collection of Scottish Gaelic hymns and prayers collected in the mid s.

Volumes I and III contain Celtic Christian prayers. Volume II contains Celtic animistic spells and incantations. The initial capitals on .