Below are some
original works in the Talossan language (English language
translations are provided), representing a brief survey of two decades of Talossan literature, but a more complete litany can be found at
The Talossan Reading Room.
- 'N Regeu Xhust (A Just King)
1987. A song by King Robert I, adopted as the provincial anthem of Vuode.
- Chirluschâ ŕl Glheţ (Hymn to the Language)
1992. A song by King Robert I, later adopted as the national anthem.
The score (with English lyrics) can be viewed here (PDF).
- Queglhâs (Bugs)
c. 1997. A poem by "el Metrefiéir Mac'hînd."
- El Taloçáit d'Isiviglhâ (The Berber of Seville)
[ English translation
| English/Talossan side-by-side ]
- El Mariátx da Cascoűrös (The Marriage of Cascoűrös)
[ English translation ]
2007. The first two opera libretti in a planned trilogy, by Ma Baron Tepistŕ
and Sir Cresti M. Siervicül, UrN.
- Sür Acest Nic'ht (On This Night)
2006. A Christmas poem by King John.
- Vivadra el Regeu (Long Live the King)
2007. A song by Capitán Nicolâ Casálmac'h.
- Neviens Dorma
2007. A translation of Puccini's aria Nessun dorma, by Sir Cresti M. Siervicül, UrN, done in memory
of Luciano Pavarotti.
- In Nazareţ
2008. An original Christmas carol in the Talossan language by Ma Baron la Mha.
- 120 Quotaziuns dels Bioscops
2009. From a thread on the Language boards.
- La Rosarďa
June 2009. Talossan translation of the Rosary.
- La Coraziun Profanind
Halloween 2009. Talossan translation of Edgar Allan Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart.
- La Princeßa Spusa
June 2010. The screenplay of The Princess Bride in Talossan.
- El Respuns
July 2010. Translation of "Answer," a (very) short story by Fredric Brown, the original text of which my be found here
- El Cudesch dals Fraças Máxhaes
August 2010. The script of the "Dirty Hungarian Phrasebook Sketch" by British comedy troupe Monty Python.
- La Mascarada del Moart Roxh
Halloween 2010. Talossan translation of Edgar Allan Poe's The Masque of the Red Death.
- Enric Pastourbuerg
April 2011. Translation of Kurt Vonnegut's short story "Harrison Bergeron".