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  1. Hildegard of Bingen's Medicine (Folk Wisdom Series) by Dr. Wighard Strehlow, Gottfried Hertzka M.D., 1987-10-01
  2. Hildegard of Bingen: Scivias (Classics of Western Spirituality) by Columba Hart, Jane Bishop, et all 1990-08
  3. Hildegard of Bingen: A Spiritual Reader by Carmen Acevedo Butcher, 2007-03-01
  4. Selected Writings: Hildegard of Bingen (Penguin Classics) by Hildegard of Bingen, 2001-11-01
  5. Hildegard of Bingen's Spiritual Remedies by Dr. Wighard Strehlow, 2002-06-30
  6. Hildegard von Bingen's Mystical Visions: Translated from Scivias by Hildegard von Bingen, 1995
  7. Hildegard of Bingen: A Visionary Life by Sabina Flanagan, 1998-06
  8. Illuminations of Hildegard of Bingen by Matthew Fox, 2003-01-30
  9. Voice of the Living Light: Hildegard of Bingen and Her World
  10. Hildegard of Bingen (Devotions, Prayers & Living Wisdom)
  11. The Letters of Hildegard of Bingen: Volume III by Hildegard of Bingen, 2004-03-18
  12. Hildegard von Bingen's Physica: The Complete English Translation of Her Classic Work on Health and Healing
  13. Symphonia: A Critical Edition of the Symphonia Armonie Celestium Revelationum by Hildegard of Bingen, 1998-03
  14. Scarlet Music: A Life of Hildegard Von Bingen (Crossroad fiction program) by Joan O'Hanneson, 1997-04-01

1. Hildegard Von Bingen - A Discography
Hildegard von Bingen (10981179) - A discography stated in Barbara Newman's book "hildegard of bingen - Symphonia, A Critical Edition of the Symphonia armonie celestium
Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) - A discography
For comments, additions and corrections
Last update: 05/20/2004 This is to the best of my knowledge a complete discography of Hildegard von Bingen. It will be regularly updated as soon I am aware of corrections or additions.
    I suggest that you refer to Roland Horst's website , one of the most complete sites on Hildegard von Bingen. There you will find many links that will probably answer most of your questions. It is also worth mentioning the book "VISION, The Life and Music of Hildegard von Bingen", compiled and edited by Jane Bobko, Penguin Studio, 1995. An overview of Hildegard's life can also be found in the periodical "Goldberg", 2/98, pp. 24-35.
This discography lists Hildegard's work according to the order stated in Barbara Newman's book " Hildegard of Bingen - Symphonia, A Critical Edition of the Symphonia armonie celestium revelationum" (Ithaca and London Cornell University Press, 2nd ed., 1998). Hildegard composed 43 antiphons, 18 responsories, 4 hymns and 7 sequences, 2 symphonies (virgin and widows) and three unique pieces (Alleluia, Kyrie and O viridissima virga) for a total of 77 works.
This discography is divided into three parts: Part I lists all the works attributed to Hildegard von Bingen. The entry refers to the

2. Biography: Hildegard Of Bingen, Visionary (17 Sep 1179)
hildegard of bingen, Visionary. 17 September 1179 " Listen there was once a king sitting on his throne. Around him stood great and wonderfully beautiful columns ornamented with ivory, bearing the banners of the king with great honor. a feather on the breath of God." hildegard of bingen has been called by her admirers "one of the most important
Hildegard of Bingen, Visionary
17 September 1179
"Listen: there was once a king sitting on his throne. Around him stood great and wonderfully beautiful columns ornamented with ivory, bearing the banners of the king with great honor. Then it pleased the king to raise a small feather from the ground, and he commanded it to fly. The feather flew, not because of anything in itself but because the air bore it along. Thus am I, a feather on the breath of God." Hildegard of Bingen has been called by her admirers "one of the most important figures in the history of the Middle Ages," and "the greatest woman of her time." Her time was the 1100's (she was born in 1098), the century of Eleanor of Aquitaine, of Peter Abelard and Bernard of Clairvaux The community of nuns at Mount St. Disibode was growing rapidly, and they did not have adequate room. Hildegard accordingly moved her nuns to a location near Bingen, and founded a monastery for them completely independent of the double monastery they had left. She oversaw its construction, which included such features (not routine in her day) as water pumped in through pipes. The abbot they had left opposed their departure, and the resulting tensions took a long time to heal. Ordo Virtutum and show us a human soul who listens to the Virtues, turns aside to follow the Devil, and finally returns to the Virtues, having found that following the Devil does not make one happy.

3. Hildegard Of Bingen
The Life and Works of Hildegard von Bingen (10981179). Introduction. hildegard of bingen (1098-1179) was a remarkable woman, a first in many fields.
The Life and Works of Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179)
The Early Years
Hildegard was born a "10"th child (a tithe) to a noble family. As was customary with the tenth child, which the family could not count on feeding, she was dedicated at birth to the church. The girl started to have visions of luminous objects at the age of tree, but soon realized she was unique in this ability and hid this gift for many years.
The Awakening
During all these years Hildegard confided of her visions only to Jutta and another monk, named Volmar, who was to become her lifelong secretary. However, in 1141, Hildegard had a vision that changed the course of her life. A vision of god gave her instant understanding of the meaning of the religious texts, and commanded her to write down everything she would observe in her visions. And it came to pass ... when I was 42 years and 7 months old, that the heavens were opened and a blinding light of exceptional brilliance flowed through my entire brain. And so it kindled my whole heart and breast like a flame, not burning but warming... and suddenly I understood of the meaning of expositions of the books... Yet Hildegard was also overwhelmed by feelings of inadequacy and hesitated to act.

4. Roland Horst Hildegard Of Bingen
Biography, maps, bibliography, and articles. In German and English.
Hildegard of Bingen
To the German page

First Hildegard-page in Bingen, since 23 January 1996
This WWW-page is located at the Johannes Gutenberg-University

5. Hildegard Von Bingen Links Page
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The self portrait of Hildegard was drawn by Rodney Caines
I believe that singing, chanting, toning, prayer and healing are all one and the same. We are creative beings, responsible for our bodies, our emotions, our thoughts and minds. What we give our attention to we give our energy to. By consciously and intentionally using sound we discover ourselves as co-creators.
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"All the arts serving human desires and needs
are derived from the breath
that God sent into the human body."
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6. Hildegard Of Bingen: Visions Of Divinity.
The life and work of hildegard of bingen, with selected texts from her visions. hildegard of bingen was born in 1098, to a family of minor German nobility
Hildegard of Bingen: visions of divinity.
A history of pantheism* and panentheism by Paul Harrison. Featured, Dec. 12, 1996. Are you a pantheist? Find out now at Scientific Pantheism.
I, the fiery life of divine essence, am aflame beyond the beauty of the meadows, I gleam in the waters, and I burn in the sun, moon, and stars.
Vision of the earth. Miniature by Hildegard (seated at bottom). Hildegard of Bingen was born in 1098, to a family of minor German nobility. As the tenth child, she was dedicated to the church, and sent to an anchoress, Jutta, for education. When Jutta died in 1136, Hildegard was elected head of the small convent at Disibodenberg. She moved to Bingen on the banks of the Rhine in 1150, where she administered a convent and a monastery. She died in 1179 at the age of 81. Throughout her life, beginning as a young child, Hildegard had visions. But it was not till her early forties that she began to have the symbolic and didactic visions for which she became famous. At first she wrote nothing down, but when she fell seriously ill, she blamed this on the decision not to reveal her visions. After consulting with the pope and St Bernard of Clairvaux, she began to write the visions down and publish them. She wrote several books, including The Book of Life's Merits (1150-63); The Book of Subtleties of the Diverse Nature of Things (1150); and (most famously) The Book of Divine Works (1163).

7. Hildegard Of Bingen
hildegard of bingen(10981179), born to a noble family, was convent-educated from the age of seven by Benedictine nuns at Disibodenberg, near Bingen, near the
Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), born to a noble family, was convent-educated from the age of seven by Benedictine nuns at Disibodenberg, near Bingen, near the present-day town of Mainz. At age 43 she became abbess of her community, a position whose responsibilities did not keep her from pursuing an astonishing variety of creative and scholarly accomplishments. Historians know Hildegard for her correspondence with bishops, popes, abbots, and kings; mystics for her book of visions; medical historians and botanists for her two books on natural history and medicine; and literary scholars for her morality play, the Ordo Virtutum Musicians are beginning to know Hildegard for her antiphons , hymns, and sequences, a large body of monophonic chants whose text and music are both by Hildegard. Her chants are rich in mystical images, and her melodies are elaborate, with florid melodic contours, ornamented inflections, and wide ranges. back to the women's voices home page.

8. Hildegard Of Bingen
Updated 0419-04. hildegard of bingen (1098-1179). Hildegard von Bingen s Mystical visions translated from Scivias by Bruce Hozeski; introduced by Matthew Fox.
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Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179)
Hildegard was the tenth child of of a noble German family. At the age of 8, she was sent to live with Jutta, the sister of a count whom Hildegard's father served as a knight. When Hildegard was 14, she, Jutta, and one or two others, were enclosed as anchorites. At some point Jutta's anchorhold grew into a Benedictine monastery, connected to the adjacent male monastery of St. Disibod. The number of nuns grew to about 10 at Jutta's death in 1136 and to about 20 twelve years later. After Jutta's death, Hildegard was named prioress, leader of the nuns but under the authority of the abbot of St. Disibod. Within a few years, Hildegard told her confessor of visionary experiences; he had her write them down and showed them to the abbot. The abbot and the local archbishop ordered Hildegard to continue writing. After some resistance, Hildegard agreed and began the ten-year task of writing what would become Scivias

9. Hildegard Von Bingen Lyrics In Latin And English
Hildegard von Bingen. lyrics in latin and english Women Writers hildegard of bingen. music transcriptions, art, texts and articles
Hildegard von Bingen
lyrics in latin and english
O vos felices radices - O you happy roots
O ignis spiritus - O holy fire
Links to the page with the translations follow: Give me the whole thing, pictures and text Just give me the text and keep your images Send me the O Ignis Spiritus ... music manuscript page with the 135 K JPG here are some cool Hildegard sites: Hildegard von Bingen Bookstore offers an extensive collection of books by and about Hildegard. The life and works of Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) an online biography with pictures. Early Music Women Composers an extensive discography of Hildegard's music with some texts by Hildegard (in english) with commentary. Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) some images and a short translation from the Scivias. Tracks of Hildegard in Bingen ideal for your trip to Bingen to celebrate her 900th birthday. Bison Publishing books and music recordings. Women Writers - Hildegard of Bingen. music transcriptions, art, texts and articles. Stevie Wishart High Flyers 850 years apart interesting article about Hildegard and the artist who performs her music. First web reference that I have seen about Hildegard and herb. The Music of Faith, Part I: Toward the Big Hildegard Anniversary

10. Carmelite Missions: Saint Hildegard Of Bingen
Hildegard wrote a very long letter back to the Pope, filled with observations new location on a hill called the Rupertsberg, overlooking the Rhine near Bingen.
Most people assume that women were not very significant during the middle ages. This month's saint was not only an important holy woman, but a poet, scientist, musician, and political moralist as well. In her own day, her unique blend of talents led her to be called the "Sibyl of the Rhine." Hildegard was born in 1098, near the small town of Bockelheim in western Germany. Her father may have been a knight in the service of Count Meginhard of Spanheim. She was sickly as a child, and never enjoyed good health, though she lived to be 8 1. At 8 years of age, she was placed in the care of Blessed Jutta, Count Meginhard's sister. Jutta lived as a recluse in a cottage near the Abbey of St. Disibod, and taught the young girl a great deal about prayer and sanctity, as well as the more traditional education. By the time Hildegard was 15, Jutta had gained several followers, and established a hermitage community which followed the Rule of St. Benedict. Although Hildegard lived quietly and happily in this community, no one appreciated her growing sense of God's presence in her world. Like others who see events through the eyes of faith, she developed a fine sense of clarity and accuracy in the interpretation of human affairs. With the help of God's grace, she became known as one who could predict the future - at times she was embarrassed at what appeared to be inane ramblings at first. The truth of her perceptions only became obvious later.

11. Medizinische Ethik Bei Hildegard Von Bingen
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Medizinische Ethik bei
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Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179), die Prophetin, Äbtissin, Heilkundige, Visionärin Naturforscherin, Dichterin, Komponistin und heilige Frau kann auch heute, 900 Jahre nach ihrer Geburt, Antworten auf zentrale Fragen nach einer zeitgemäßen ärztlichen Ethik geben. Ihre Schriften zeichnen sich durch großen Reichtum und ein sehr breites Spektrum aus, ganz gleich ob es dabei um anthropologische und kosmologische, theologische und spirituelle Aspekte geht. Ein direkter und unmittelbarer Zugang zu dieser Frau und zu dem von vielen Umbrüchen gekennzeichneten 12. Jahrhundert ist vor dem Hintergrund der Entwicklung von nunmehr über 800 Jahren mit ihrem konfessionellen Pluralismus und den Folgen von Aufklärung und Säkularisation nicht möglich. Hildegard nimmt darin einen ganz eigenen Platz ein [ ]. Das 12. Jahrhundert ist geprägt von so mächtigen Gestalten wie Bernhard von Clairvaux, Hugo von St. Victor, Johannes von Salibury, Gerhard von Cremona, Rupert von Deutz und Abelard. Es ist die Zeit Kaiser Friedrich 1. Barbarossas und so bedeutender Päpste wie Innozenz 11., Hadrian IV. und Alexander Ill.; die mächtigen Spannungen werden deutlich im Titel der großen Historia de duabus civitatibus eines Otto von Freising. Es ist das Zeitalter der großen Neuansätze in den Naturwissenschaften, der Jurisprudenz, der Theologie, aber auch der Häresien und Ketzer, des Wunder- und Mirakelglaubens. Hinzu treten die ersten tastenden Schritte der Frühscholastik, in der der Reichtum der Kirchenväter bald seine Früchte finden sollte. Von all diesem ist Hildegards Weltbild sicher mitgeprägt, aber an keiner Stelle sind sichere Einflüsse oder direkte Abhängigkeitsverhältnisse nachzuweisen (Die neuesten Ansätze dazu bei Laurence Moulinier [

12. Hildegard Von Bingen: A Who2 Profile
HILDEGARD VON BINGEN • Christian Visionary/Composer. Hildegard hildegard of bingen Good introduction to who she was exactly, Hildegard
HILDEGARD VON BINGEN Christian Visionary/Composer Hildegard of Bingen began having visions as a child, but it wasn't until she was in her forties that her revelations in Christianity made her turn to composing. She founded convents and wrote plays, liturgies and hymns in praise of saints. Incredibly prolific, she was also considered a healer and early theologian and she was venerated in the church. Her compositions continue to be performed and recorded today. Hildegard of Bingen
Good introduction to who she was exactly Hildegard von Bingen Lyrics
In Latin and English, plus with some Hildegard Web links Hildegard of Bingen
Focus on her work, with details on her music St. Hildegard
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13. Hildegard Von Bingen - Discography
been published about her hildegard of bingen, 1098-1179 A Visionary Life, Illuminations of hildegard of bingen and The Journal of hildegard of bingen Inspired by
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Many books have been published about her - Hildegard of Bingen, 1098-1179: A Visionary Life Illuminations of Hildegard of Bingen and The Journal of Hildegard of Bingen: Inspired by a Year in the Life of the Twelfth-Century Mystic are particularly worthwhile. I've also heard good things about Hildegard of Bingen: Mystic, Healer, Companion of the Angels and The Life of the Holy Hildegard . Check with the Internet bookseller linked to these titles, or at your local library. CBS Sunday Morning broadcast a segment on 10/29/95, entitled "Spiritual Music", which mentions her chants. Call Burrelle's Transcripts at +1-800/777-TEXT (8398) or +1-888/631-1160; they may still carry the transcript. Finally, here's a link to the synopsis of my Hildegard-inspired screeenplay, Eleven Thousand Virgins
Discography of CDs currently available (for the latest releases, check this listing
900 Years , 1998, BMG/Deutsche Harmonia Mundi
O Jerusalem
Voice of the Blood

(theme album on St. Ursula and the Eleven Thousand Virgins)

14. Hildegard Of Bingen (after Scivias)
Translate this page hildegard of bingen (after Scivias). hildegard of bingen (fassung nach / after Scivias) Ordo Virtutum - Ensemble for medieval music - Stefan Morent, dir.
Hildegard Of Bingen (after Scivias)
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Ordo Virtutum - Ensemble for medieval music - Stefan Morent, dir.
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Hildegard von Bingen: Scivias
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  • O splendissima gemma

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  • O nos peregrine sumus

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  • In predictis quinque virtutibus

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  • O dulcis divinitas
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  • Der Weg zum Lebendigen
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  • O gravis labor
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  • Sed heu!
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  • O nescio quid faciam
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  • De profundissima perditione
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  • O plangens vox
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  • Heu, heu
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  • Der Teufel
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  • Ego cum meis sodalibus
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  • Ach, spricht die Seele
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  • O vos regales virtutes
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  • So spricht die Seele
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  • Ego peccator
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  • Ego omnes vias meas
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  • Sed anima resumptis viribus
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  • O victoria
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  • O Deus, quis es tu
  • 15. Hildegard Of Bingen
    Biography of this mystic, author, and composer.
    Waterlooville A SAINT FOR THE WEEK September 17th. Hildegard of Bingen [1098-1179]. Strictly speaking, she is not a canonised saint. the process begun in the 13th/14th centuries was never formally completed. But to all intents and purposes, she is seen as one. At the present time, with the wave of interest in mysticism, feminism and the cult of the 'all-round person', Hildegard is enjoying, along with that other remarkable mystic woman Julian of Norwich, a possibly unexpected popularity.

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    17. Hildegard Of Bingen Discography
    hildegard of bingen, A Feather on the Breath of God, selections from the Symphony of the Harmony of Heavenly Revelations, Gothic Voices, Christopher Page
    Illuminations Rhineland Mystic Life Sciences Other Links Hildegard of Bingen, "A Feather on the Breath of God," selections from the "Symphony of the Harmony of Heavenly Revelations," Gothic Voices, Christopher Page , Director. Emma Kirkby, soprano, Doreen Muskett, symphony, Robert White, bagpipes. HYPERION Compact Disc CDA66039; Cassette KA66039, 1984.
      This is how one of the most remarkably creative personalities of the Middle Ages, Hildegard of Bingen, describes herself: "Listen, there was once a king sitting on his throne. Around him stood great and wonderfully beautiful columns ornamented with ivory, bearing the banners of the king with great honor. Then it pleased the king to raise a small feather from the ground and he commanded it to fly. The feather flew not because of anything in itself but because the air bore it along. Thus am I." "A Feather on the Breath of God" draws upon Hildegard's large collection of music and poetry, the "Symphony of the Harmony of the Celestial Revelations" which she continued to enlarge and enrich throughout her life. It contains some of the finest songs ever written in the Middle Ages and a number of the most elaborate, the Sequences are recorded here for the first time. They are so profoundly motivated by Hildegard's devotional life that it is hard to tell whether she is exploring music and poetry through spirituality or vice versa. This is the work of deeply engaged artistry; in Hildegard's words, "of writing, seeing, hearing and knowing, all in one manner."

    18. Hildegard Of Bingen
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    20. HILDEGARD Of Bingen: Cosmic Christ, Religion Of Experience, God The Mother -- Pa
    hildegard of bingen Cosmic Christ, Religion of Experience, God the Mother. Eight hundred years ago, in the lush Rhineland valley
    HILDEGARD of Bingen: Cosmic Christ, Religion of Experience, God the Mother
    It is appropriate to remember Hildegard with light imagery since that is how she describes her spiritual awakening (see Vision Two below) . "When I was forty-two years and seven months old, a burning light of tremendous brightness coming from heaven poured into my entire mind. Like a flame that does not burn but enkindles, it inflamed my entire heart and my entire breast, just like the sun that warms an object with its rays" What did this illumination do for Hildegard? "All of a sudden, I was able to taste of the understanding of the narration of books. I saw the Psalter clearly and the evangelists and other catholic books of the Old and New Testaments." Hildegard was overcome by this experience of intuition, connection-making, and insight and went to bed sick. It was when she "placed my hand to writing" that she received new strength, got out of bed, and spent the following ten years writing her first book called Scivias. Hildegard's teaching forced people to "wake up," take responsibility, make choices. Prophets "illuminate the darkness,' she tells us. They are the people who can say "God has illuminated me in both my eyes. By them I behold the splendor of light in the darkness. Through them I can choose the path I am to travel, whether I wish to be sighted or blind by recognising what guide to call upon by day or by night.'' Here we learn the title of her book Scivias, which means "Know the Ways." Hildegard means "know the wise ways as distinct from the foolish ways." People who follow the ways of wisdom "will themselves become a fountain gushing from the waters of life ... For these waters - that is, the believers - are a spring that can never be exhausted or run dry. No one will ever have too much of them . . . the waters through which we have been reborn to life have been sprinkled by the Holy Spirit."

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