As we count down to Shavuot, I find myself wondering:
[First, some background for those who don't know what a Tikkun Leil Shavuot is]
According to tradition, we overslept the morning of Matan Torah (the giving of the Torah), and to "repair" our behavior on the night of the original Shavuot, the kabbalists created a practice, called Tikkun Leil Shavuot (Repairing the Night of Shavuot), in which we stay up all night learning what is, in effect, the Readers Digest of Jewish Texts --- the opening and closing verses of every book of the Bible, along with other key passages from the Bible and the Oral Law. At sunrise we then pray the morning service.
Except that in practice that's not what's done. Lots of synagogues have what they call a Tikkun Leil Shavuot of some sort --- but it's usually some sort of targeted teaching and learning. Our shul, for instance, has a series of a half-dozen lectures set up for the adults, plus a separate overnight learning program for teens, and even a shorter program (that ends at 8:30pm) for the younger kids.
Here's my question: I've never seen anyone do the original Tikkun Leil Shavuot. I've never even been able to find a copy of the Arizal's list of what texts comprise the evening's program. Searching with Google is getting me lots of programs run by this shul or that shul, but not the Arizal's list. Hebrew Wikipedia has a partial list.
So: What is the complete list of texts that are learned as part of the original Tikkun Leil Shavuot?