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Songs about Gorgia:
Judas Maccabeus: Recit - My Arms Against This Gorgias Will I Go / Aria - Sound an Alarm by Adrian Boult from the Album The Voice of Kenneth McKellar (Remastered)
Fiori Musicali: IV. Gorgia sopra Cantus by The Bingham String Quartet from the Album Do Not Go Gentle...
Gorgia by Natale Missale from the Album Storia della filosofia in musica (50 canzoni di Natale Missale arrangiate da Roberto Giglio)
Handel: Judas Maccabaeus HWV 63 / Part 2 - 44. Recit.:"My arms! - against this Gorgias will I go" by Ryland Davies from the Album Handel Masterworks (30 CDs)
Judas Maccabaeus, HWV 63, Act II: "My Arms! Against This Gorgias Will I Go" by David Hobson from the Album Handel: Arias
Judas Maccabaeus, HWV 63: Part II: Recitative: My arms! Against this Gorgias will I go (Judas Maccabeus) by Mark le Brocq from the Album Handel: Judas Maccabaeus
Judas Maccabaeus, HWV63: 32. Recitative: My Arms! Against this Gorgias by J Shirley-Quirk, H Harper, H Watts, H Lester, Wandsworth School Boys Choir, English Chamber Orchestra & J Somary A Young from the Album Big Handel Box
Books about Gorgia:
Gorgias by Plato and Benjamin Jowett (May 12, 2012)
Gorgias by Plato (Dec 1, 1986)
Gorgias by Plato and Benjamin Jowett (Jan 15, 2010)
Plato: Gorgias by Plato and W. C. Helmbold (Jan 11, 1952)
Gorgias (Penguin Classics) by Plato, Chris Emlyn-Jones and Walter Hamilton (Jun 29, 2004)
Gorgias (Oxford World's Classics) by Plato and Robin Waterfield (Jun 15, 2008)
Gorgias (The Penguin Classics, L94) by Plato and Walter Hamilton (May 30, 1960)
Wiki information Gorgia:
Gorgias, called "the Nihilist," was a Greek sophist, Italiote, pre-Socratic philosopher and rhetorician who was a native of Leontini in Sicily. Along with Protagoras, he forms the first generation of Sophists. Several doxographers report that he was...
The Tuscan gorgia is a phonetic phenomenon characteristic of the Tuscan dialects, in Tuscany, Italy, especially the central ones, with Florence traditionally viewed as the center.