Bibliography

BIOGRAPHIES & BOOKS
  • Bessiere, Richard.  Le Comte de Saint-Germain.  De Vecchi: Paris, 2001.
  • Bernard, Raymond W. The Great Secret Count St.Germain.  Kessinger Legacy Reprints, 2010.  Originally printed in 1960.
  • Cooper-Oakley, Isabella. The Comte De Saint Germain, the Secret of Kings. 2nd ed. London: Whitefriars Press, 1912. 
  • Khaitzine, Richard. Le Comte de Saint Germain: Hypothesis and Fabrications.  Médiadit: Vautorte, 2008.
  • Knight-Jadczyk, Laura.  The Secret History of The World and How To Get Out Alive.  Red Pill Press; North Carolina, 2005. Also on Google Books.
  • Langeveld, L A. Der Graf von Saint-Germain : der abenteuerliche Fürstenerzieher des 18. Jahrhunderts.  Haag : Van Stockum, 1930. 
  • Magre, Maurice. Saint-Germain: The Immortal. Kessinger Publishing; Montana, 2008. Reprint.
  • Malpas, Phillip A.  The Comte de Saint-GermainTheosophical Path. Jan.- Aug., Oct. - Dec., 1914; Jan. - July, 1915
  • Marie Antoinette von Lowzow, Saint-Germain - Den mystiske greve, Dansk Historisk Håndbogsforlag, Copenhagen, 1984. ISBN 87-88742-04-90. (in Danish).
  • Overton Fuller, Jean.  The Comte de Saint-Germain.  Last Scion of the House of Rakoczy.  East-West Publications; London, 1988.
  • Pope-Hennessey, Una. The Comte De Saint-Germain. Reprint ed, Secret Societies and the French Revolution. Together with Some Kindred Studies by Una Birch. Forgotten Books; Lexington, KY, 1911.
  • Pratt, David. The Count of Saint-Germain. September 2012. 
  • Preedy, George R. The Courtly Charlatan. Herbert Jenkins Limited; London, 1941.
  • Riviere, Patrick. Comte de Saint Germain. Grez-sur-Loing : Pardès, 2007.
  • Slemen, Thomas. Strange but True. Robinson Publishing; London, 1998.
  • Udny, E. Francis. Later Incarnations of Francis Bacon. Kessinger Publishing: Montana, Dec 30, 2000.
  • Wraxall, Sir Lascelles. Remarkable Adventurers and Unrevealed Mysteries.  Richard Bentley: London, 1863. 

 ARTICLES

HISTORICAL REFERENCES

    MEMOIRS MENTIONING THE COUNT

    ST.GERMAIN'S BOOKS
    • Saint-Germain, Count de, ed. The Music of the Comte St.Germain. Edited by Manley Hall. Los Angeles, California: Philosophical Research Society, 1981.
    • Saint-Germain, Count de. The Most Holy Trinosophia. Forgotten Books, N.D. Reprint, 2008.
    • Saint-Germain, Count de. The Triangle Book. Translated by Robert Word.
    • Saint-Germain, Comte de. Memoirs, Comte De Sainte Germain. Amsterdam: Chez Marc-Michel Rey, 1779. 

    MEDIA

    BOOKS THAT MAY BE RELEVANT
    • Alden, John R. A History of The American Revolution. Da Capo Press; New York, 1969. Reprint. Also on Google Books.
    • Bisset, Andrew. Memoirs and Papers of Sir Andrew Mitchell, K. B. Volume I. Chapman and Hall; London, 1850. Also on Google Books.
    • Bisset, Andrew. Memoirs and Papers of Sir Andrew Mitchell, K. B. Volume II. Chapman and Hall; London, 1850. Also on Google Books.
    • Bogdan, Henrik (editor) and Olav Hammer (editor). Western Esotericism in Scandinavia.  Brill; Boston, 2016.  Also on Google Books.
    • Bricka, Carl Frederick. Dansk Biografisk Lexikon.  F. Hegel & Son; Copenhagen, 1889. Online HERE in Danish.
    • Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays in Five Volumes.  Vol. III. Chapman and Hall; London, 1899. Also on Google Books.
    • Cohausen, Johann Heinrich. Hermippus redivivus: or, The sage's triumph over old age and the grave.  J. Norse; London, 1744. Volume 1 and Volume 2.  Online.
    • Danley, Mark H (editor) and Patrick J Speelman (editor). The Seven Years' War: Global Views. Brill; Boston, 2012. Also on Google Books.
    • Deschamps, Nicholas. Les Societes Secretes et la Societe, ou Philosophie de l'Histoire Contemporaine.  ‎3 volumes. Avignon and Paris, 1882.  (Especially tome 2.)  Digital versions.
    • Gulyga, Arsenij. Immanuel Kant: His Life and Thought. Birkhauser; Boston, 1987. Also on Google Books.
    • Jennings, Francis. Empire of Fortune. W.W. Norton & Co; New York, 1988. Also on Google Books.
    • Jordan, David P. Napoleon and The Revolution.  Palgrave Macmillan; United Kingdom, 2012.  Also on Google Books.
    • Kaplan, Herbert. Russia and The Outbreak of The Seven Years' War.  University of California Press; California, 1968. Also on Google Books.
    • Livingstone, David. Transhumanism: The History of a Dangerous Idea.  Sabilillah Publications; USA, 2015.  Also on Google Books.
    • MessageToEagle. "Mystery Of Andreas Rill: Was He A Time Traveler, Holy Man Or An Unidentified Prophet In Disguise?" Message To Eagle, blog. June 4, 2014.
    • Owens, Samantha (editor), Barbara M Reul (editor), and Janice B Stockigt (editor). Music at German Courts, 1715-1760.  Boydell Press; United Kingdom, 2015.  Also on Google Books.
    • Riley, James C. The Seven Years War and The Old Regime in France. Princeton University Press; New Jersey, 1986. Also on Google Books.
    • Sakai, Jennifer Marie. Undoing Architecture: Temporalities of Painted Space in Early Modern Amsterdam. University of California, Berkeley; 2014. Dissertation.
    • Sanders, Albert E and William D Anderson jr.  Natural History Investigations of South Carolina: From Colonial Times to The Present. University of South Carolina Press; South Carolina, 1999. Also on Google Books.
    • Schweizer, Karl W. England, Prussia, and The Seven Years War. Edwin Mellen Press; New York, 1989. Also on Google Books.
    • Showalter, Dennis. Frederick the Great: A Military History.  Frontline Books; Yorkshire, 2012.  Also on Google Books.
    • Von Raumer, Frederick.  Contributions To Modern History, From The British Museum and The State Paper Office.  Frederick II and His Times.  W. Clowes and Sons; London, 1837.  Also on Google Books.

    BOOKS NOT BY THE COUNT
    • Saint-Germain, Comte C. de. Practical Hypnotism: Theories and Experiments.  Laird & Lee Publishers; Chicago, 1901. Actually by Count Edgar de Valcourt-Vermont.
    • Saint-Germain, Comte C. de. Practical Palmistry.  Laird & Lee Publishers; Chicago, 1897.  The 1900 edition is also available online HERE.  Actually by Count Edgar de Valcourt-Vermont.
    • Saint-Germain, Comte C. de. Practical Astrology: a Simple Method of Casting Horoscopes: The Language of the Stars, easily Comprehended.  Laird & Lee Publishers; Chicago, 1901.  Actually by Count Edgar de Valcourt-Vermont.

    WRONG COUNT ARTICLES
    • Ross, Steven T. "The Development of the Combat Division in Eighteenth-Century French Armies." French Historical Studies 4, no. 1 (1965): 84-94. doi:10.2307/285876. JSTOR LINK.  [This is Claude Saint Germain]
    • Russell, Sharon A. "Introducing Count Saint Germain: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's Heroic Vampire."  The Blood is The Life: Vampires in Literature. Pages 141-154. Also on Google Books. [This is a character from a fictional series that happens to be based on the Count.]


    MUSIC
    The following list of music comes from Appendix II from Jean Overton-Fuller's book "The Comte de Saint Germain"

    Trio Sonatas
    Six Sonatas for two violins with a bass for harpsichord or violoncello.
    • Op.47 I. F Major, 4/4, Molto Adagio
    • Op.48 II. B Flat Major, 4/4, Allegro
    • Op.49 III. E Flat Major, 4/4, Adagio
    • Op.50 IV. G Minor, 4/4, Tempo giusto
    • Op.51 V. G Major, 4/4, Moderato
    • Op.52 VI. A Major, 3/4, Cantabile lento
    Violin Solos
    Seven Solos for a Violin.
    • Op.53 I. B Flat Major, 4/4, Largo
    • Op.54 II. E Major, 4/4, Adagio
    • Op.55 III. C Minor, 4/4, Adagio
    • Op.56 IV. E Flat Major, 4/4, Adagio
    • Op.57 V. E Flat Major, 4/4, Adagio
    • Op.58 VI. A Major, 4/4, Adagio
    • Op.59 VII. B Flat Major, 4/4, Adagio
    English Songs
    • Op.4 The Maid That's Made For Love and Me (O Wouldst Thou Know What Sacred Charms). E Flat Major (marked B Flat Major), 3/4
    • Op.7 Jove, When He Saw My Fanny's Face. D Major, 3/4
    • Op.5 It Is Not That I Love You Less. F Major, 3/4
    • Op.6 Gentle Love, This Hour Befriend Me. D Major, 4/4
    Italian Arias
    Numbered in order of their appearance in the Musique Raisonnee, with their page numbers in that volume. * Marks those performed in L'Incostanza Delusa and published in the Favourite Songs from that opera.
    • Op.8 I. Padre perdona, oh! pene, G Minor, 4/4, p. 1
    • Op.9 II. Non piangete amarti, E Major, 4/4, p. 6
    • Op.10 III. Intendo il tuo, F Major, 4/4, p. 11
    • Op.1 IV. Senza pieta mi credi*, G Major, 6/8 (marked 3/8 but there are 6 quavers to the bar), p. 16
    • Op.11 V. Gia, gia che moria deggio, D Major, 3/4, p. 21
    • Op.12 VI. Dille che l'amor mio*, E Major, 4/4, p. 27
    • Op.13 VII. Mio ben ricordati, D Major, 3/4, p. 32
    • Op.2 VIII. Digli, digli*, D Major, 3/4, p. 36
    • Op.3 IX. Per pieta bel Idol mio*, F Major, 3/8, p. 40
    • Op.14 X. Non so, quel dolce moto, B Flat Major, 4/4, p. 46
    • Op.15 XI. Piango, e ver, ma non procede, G minor, 4/4, p. 51
    • Op.16 XII. Dal labbro che t'accende, E Major, 3/4, p. 56
    • Op.4/17 XIII. Se mai riviene, D Minor, 3/4, p. 58
    • Op.18 XIV. Parlero non e permesso, E Major, 4/4, p. 62
    • Op.19 XV. Se tutti i miei pensieri, A Major, 4/4, p. 64
    • Op.20 XVI. Guadarlo, guaralo in volto, E Major, 3/4, p. 66
    • Op.21 XVII. Oh Dio mancarmi, D Major, 4/4, p. 68
    • Op.22 XVIII. Digli che son fedele, E Flat Major, 3/4, p. 70
    • Op.23 XIX. Pensa che sei cruda, E Minor, 4/4, p. 72
    • Op.24 XX. Torna torna innocente, G Major, 3/8, p. 74
    • Op.25 XXI. Un certo non so che veggo, E Major, 4/4, p. 76
    • Op.26 XXII. Guardami, guardami prima in volto, D Major, 4/4, p. 78
    • Op.27 XXIII. Parto, se vuoi cosi, E Flat Major, 4/4, p. 80
    • Op.28 XXIV. Volga al Ciel se ti, D Minor, 3/4, p. 82
    • Op.29 XXV. Guarda se in questa volta, F Major, 4/4, p. 84
    • Op.30 XXVI. Quanto mai felice, D Major, 3/4, p. 86
    • Op.31 XXVII. Ah che neldi'sti, D Major, 4/4, p. 88
    • Qp.32, XXVIII. Dopp'un tuo Sguardo, F Major, 3/4, p. 90
    • Op.33 XXIX. Serbero fra'Ceppi, G major, 4/4, 92
    • Op.34 XXX. Figlio se piu non vivi moro, F Major, 4/4, p. 94
    • Op.35 XXXI. Non ti respondo, C Major, 3/4, p. 96
    • Op.36 XXXII. Povero cor perche palpito, G Major, 3/4, p. 99
    • Op.37 XXXIII. Non v'e piu barbaro, C Minor, 3/8, p. 102
    • Op.38 XXXIV. Se de'tuoi lumi al fuoco amor, E major, 4/4, p. 106
    • Op.39 XXXV. Se tutto tosto me sdegno, E Major, 4/4, p. 109
    • Op.40 XXXVI. Ai negli occhi un tel incanto, D Major, 4/4 (marked 2/4 but there are 4 crochets to the bar), p. 112
    • Op.41 XXXVII. Come poteste de Dio, F Major, 4/4, p. 116
    • Op.42 XXXVIII. Che sorte crudele, G Major, 4/4, p. 119
    • Op.43 XXXIX. Se almen potesse al pianto, G Minor, 4/4, p. 122
    • Op.44 XXXX. Se viver non posso lunghi, D Major, 3/8, p. 125
    • Op.45 XXXXI. Fedel faro faro cara cara, D Major, 3/4, p. 128
    • Op.46 XXXXII. Non ha ragione, F Major, 4/4, p. 131

    Fiction - Author: Robert Kraft
    Robert Kraft wrote a four part series about the Count, first published in 1909 in Münchmeyer.


    Fiction - Author: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
    Yarbro has a whole historical fiction series on the Count.  Listed are the books in published order with a description thanks to wikipedia.
    • Hôtel Transylvania (1978) is coincident with the historical Count Saint-Germain, set in the France of Louis XV, and involves his interaction with a cult of Satan-worshippers who threaten various men and women of his acquaintance. His principal romantic interest is a young lady, Madeline de Montalia, whom he changes at the end of the novel and who is a frequent companion in books with later settings.
    • The Palace (1978) is set in Florence in the time of Lorenzo de Medici and Botticelli, who appear as characters.
    • Blood Games (1980) is set in Nero's Rome. His romantic interest in Olivia Clemens, a battered wife whom he changes and who survives (and is featured in her own series of novels) until a fire in the 16th century.
    • Path of the Eclipse (1981) involves St. Germain's escape from Genghis Khan through Tibet and India.
    • Tempting Fate (1982) is set in Europe after World War I and chronicles the rise of the Nazi party in Germany.
    • The Saint-Germain Chronicles (a short story collection) (1983) In five stories set in the 19th and 20th century, St. Germain explores various parts of his life. The final story, "Cabin 33", is the latest story in the canon, set at a dude ranch in the American West owned by St. Germain and Roger, and concludes with St. Germain and de Montalia deciding to see if they can break with vampire tradition and live together as husband and wife.
    • Out of the House of Life (1990) principally concerns the adventures of de Montalia on an 1810 archaeological expedition to Egypt, punctuated with long letters from St. Germain which contain information she uses to find artifacts left behind from his "life" there. However, St. Germain only appears as a character directly for a short period at the end of the novel.
    • Darker Jewels (1993) is set in the Russia of Ivan the Terrible.
    • Better In The Dark (1993) is set in Germany in the 10th century.
    • Mansions of Darkness (1996) features St. Germain in Spanish America in the 17th century.
    • Writ in Blood (1997) features St. Germain as a secret agent of Russian Tsar Nicholas II, attempting to patch the ties of blood between the European royal families and prevent the outbreak of World War I.
    • Blood Roses (1998) is set at various locations in France during the Plague years.
    • Communion Blood (1999) is set in Rome in the late 17th century.
    • Come Twilight (2000) is set in Moorish Spain.
    • A Feast in Exile (2001) is set in India at the time of Tamurlane's invasion.
    • Night Blooming (2002) is set in the Frankish kingdom of Charlemagne.
    • Midnight Harvest (2003) features St. Germain's visit to the United States following the events of Tempting Fate.
    • Dark of the Sun (2004) is set in China in the 6th century.
    • States of Grace (2005) is set in Western Europe in the 1530s.
    • Roman Dusk (2006) is set during the reign of the emperor Heliogabalus in 3rd century Rome.
    • Borne in Blood (2007) is set in Switzerland in the 1810s
    • Saint-Germain: Memoirs (2007, short story collection) features St. Germain in various time periods
    • A Dangerous Climate (2008) is set in 18th century St Petersburg, Russia
    • Burning Shadows (2009) is set in 5th century Hungary and Romania
    • An Embarrassment of Riches (2011) is set in 13th century Bohemia
    • Commedia della Morte (March 2012) is set in France and Italy, 1792-94