13) We don't know how Bullroarer
Took got his name, but given his performance at the Battle of Greenfields and his juxtaposition with Thorin, this might also be a battlefield nickname (Hobbit I.
Having their own agenda, Weiner's mythical string bag, drum, flute, and bullroarer
refuse to complete the missing parts of persons, which they are destined to do, or they incorporate the whole person instead of being reincorporated themselves into persons (Weiner 1995:xv).
John Debney's score, a head-on collision of creep show nightmare and bullroarer
in the bush, jangles our nerves and builds dread.
Even the voice and trapped spirit of Dharamulun, experienced at the initiation ceremonies, is freed by swinging a piece of wood on a string--the bullroarer
The sound created by the eight individual yet closely spaced echoes occurs as a low-tone reverberation which, when digitally delayed and enhanced, sounds like a bullroarer
4, an imaginative drawing of a man swinging a bullroarer
, is new; a few of the old illustrations have been eliminated, and there are a few new plates.
Flight membrane covers something, now fly, something, now philosophize, something, while flight time passes, ours, please pass, something blooms, so we, please bloom, something like a creeper, until becomes something else, again we, something roars, a bullroarer
, you, you extremely excited about yourself we all, in the greatest, until the self-immolating, final process, the projector burns, carbonizes, blister and blaze, your friends' hands, look--
If those labels cloud more than clarify, consider their instrumental lineup: guitar, bass, and drums accented by violin, mandolin, didgeridoo, whirligig, bodhran, bullroarer
, moohran, bag pipes, and Tibetan throat singing (
Options Media Signs LOI to Acquire Bullroarer
the Kunapipi cult of the bullroarer
from the Roper River region seems to be superimposed on the local Kalwadi cult of the bullroarer
Thorin Oakenshield was originally Gandalf the Dwarf; Gandalf the Wizard was originally Bladorthin, a name subsequently relegated to a single obscure reference in the novel (like Queen Beruthiel in The Lord of the Rings); Beorn the Berserker was originally Medwed the Werebear; Smaug the Magnificent was Pryftan; and Fingolfin, in the earliest fragmentary drafts, was not the High King of the Noldor, but rather the Goblin by whose dispatch Bullroarer
Took earned his fame
In the interests of universalising Aboriginal cultural property, he is displacing it from the interrelated context of place, people, language, dance, clap-sticks, bullroarer
, fire and ceremony, and is therefore introducing radical distortions.