A Concordance to the

Poems, Prose

and Songs of

Leonard Cohen

Leonard and Esther
Leonard and his sister Esther, Los Angeles, 2001
© Photo by friend John
Permission for use granted by Esther Cohen
Thanks to Dick Straub for securing photo.

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The following works by Leonard Cohen
comprise this Concordance:

Let Us Compare Mythologies (completed) The Songs Of Leonard Cohen (completed)
The Spice-Box of Earth (completed) Songs From A Room (completed)
Flowers for Hitler (completed) Songs Of Love And Hate (completed)
Parasites of Heaven (completed) Live Songs (completed)
Selected Poems 1956-1968 (completed) New Skin For The Old Ceremony (completed)
The Energy of Slaves (completed) The Best Of Leonard Cohen (completed)
Stranger Music (partial) Death Of A Ladies' Man (completed)
Recent Songs (completed)
Beautiful Losers (completed) Various Positions (completed)
I'm Your Man (completed)
Still To Come
The Future (completed)
Other Songs Cohen Live (completed)
Death of a Lady's Man More Best Of Leonard Cohen (completed)
Book of Mercy  /  Night Magic Field Commander Cohen (completed)
Book of Longing Ten New Songs (completed)
The Favourite Game The Essential Leonard Cohen (completed)
Word Index Dear Heather (completed)
Live In London (incomplete)
Live At The Isle of Wight 1970 (incomplete)
Songs From The Road (incomplete)
Old Ideas (incomplete)

All works contained herein © by Leonard Cohen.
All rights reserved.
Reprinted here with permission.

Leonard Cohen's Old Ideas has reached unprecedented worldwide creative and commercial heights with debuts in the #1 position on the official Album Sales Chart in 9 countries. It is the highest debuting album of Leonard Cohen's career! Both The Washington Post (U.S.) and The Telegraph (UK) declare Old Ideas "a work of genius," and worldwide praise continues to mount. In his fifth decade of producing critically-acclaimed music, Cohen remains at the top of his game, a rare event for an older artist. In TIME Magazine, Adam Kivel observes about Cohen, "...here he is...delivering material that matches the depth and power of that first solo record, covering the same tropes of mortality, sexuality, and religion, while remaining as vibrant and striking a poet as ever... Listeners have been relying on Cohen's heartbroken yet grinning, world-weary yet hopeful voice to get through that night for decades, and this album should continue that for a whole new batch of souls."

Old Ideas is available at

This Concordance has been
compiled and prepared by Marie.  
If you have any suggestions, comments or errors
to report, please email me at Megan2C2B@aol.com

I wish to thank Dick Straub for his endearing friendship,
Judith Fitzgerald for her ever-burning spark of light, and
Leonard Cohen for his generosity, compassion
and a body of work that continues to enrich and sustain.

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