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Essays on Music in Tolkien
|Author||Bradford Lee Eden (ed.)|
|Publisher||McFarland & Company|
|Released||April 21, 2010|
Middle-earth Minstrel: Essays on Music in Tolkien is a collection of essays about music in Middle-earth, edited by Bradford Lee Eden.
- Bradford Lee Eden: "Introduction"
- Jason Fisher: "Horns of Dawn: The Tradition of Alliterative Verse in Rohan"
- John R. Holmes: "'Inside a Song': Tolkien's Phonaesthetics"
- Peter Wilkin: "Ǽfre me strongode longað: Songs of Exile in the Mortal Realms"
- Danielle Richards: "J.R.R. Tolkien: A Fortunate Rhythm"
- Deanna Delmar Evans: "Tolkien's Unfinished 'Lay of Lúthien' and the Middle English Sir Orfeo"
- Bradford Lee Eden: "Strains of Elvish Song and Voices: Victorian Medievalism, Music, and Tolkien"
- Keith W. Jensen: "Dissonance in the Divine Theme: The Issue of Free Will in Tolkien's Silmarillion"
- Amy M. Amendt-Raduege: "'Worthy of a Song': Memory, Mortality and Music"
- Amy H. Sturgis: "'Tolkien is the Wind and the Way': The Educational Value of Tolkien-Inspired World Music"
- David Bratman: "Liquid Tolkien: Music, Tolkien, Middle-earth, and More Music"
- Anthony S. Burdge: "Performance Art in a Tunnel: A Musical Sub-Creator in the Tradition of Tolkien"