Visions (First Movement)Hierophany Heresiarch Scientific method Interface Dryad Fusion Gaia Magic bullet Scientific method – 2 Puzzle Prayer Parent Pierce Entropy E Personal Jardin public à Bellac (Haute-Vienne) Disposition Vista
Theme and variations - Mirror (2nd Movement)La déesse des blés et des maïs Variation on a theme of Baudelaire White lilac La fille aux cheveux de lin Essence Snake Dance Ille mi par esse deo videtur Her jewels Image Come away with me Daisy chain Kyalyuvat
Rondo (3rd Movement)
Andante (4th Movement)
Finale - Goddess (5th Movement)Zeitgeist All of creation Ballad of the Golden Cow Countdown Requiem for the late tragic events Spectator sport Bushmeat Letter to a chimpanzee
the Zeitgeist isn’t happy, in fact it’s downright pissed off, and would like to bring a few matters to our attention. to start with, what’s the use of a name that nobody can pronounce; it’s as bad as being called Archibald at school you feel a fool certain they’re all laughing at you behind your back: it would be like to be called Lifestyle, that’s tasteful, and smooth, and even those announcers who can barely pronounce their own names, could cope with that: and then, it’s tired of being victimized, complained about and blamed, and held responsible for gloomy news. it didn’t choose its date of birth, it didn’t ask to be born and had a very unhappy childhood— you just have to watch the History channel— it’s a product of its environment like anyone else, and everyone keeps picking on it that’s why it sulks loudly on late night talk shows and makes embarrassing scenes on PBS. all it gets is a collage of sharp-tongued prophets talking nonsense, using words like decadence, nasty digs from well-paid pundits, profound concern freely expressed by padded egos making millions from being wrong on camera, vague jeremiads in the press, recriminations offered by experts at recrimination chorusing I told you so Lifestyle’s feeling confused and ill used, and finally, whose fault is it we’re decadent and fin-de siècle? --and there’s another word that’s got to go.