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Tracklist

1"Da Ich Noch Ein Stilles Kind War..." (Aus Dem 3. Und 4. Brief)7:04
2"Ich War Einst Glüklich..." (Aus Dem 3., 4., 5 Und 6. Brief)2:46
3 Friedrich Hölderlin - Hyperion Oder Der Eremit In Griechenland
4Zweiter Band, Zweites Buch Hyperion An Bellarmin: "Zufällig Hielt Das Fahrzeug..." (Aus Dem 6. Brief)9:48
5"Es Giebt Große Stunden Im Leben." (Aus Dem 18. Brief Und Aus Dem Zweiten Band, Zweites Buch, Hyperion An Bellarmin, 5. Brief)4:46
6"Zuweilen Regte Noch Sich Eine Geisteskraft In Mir." (Aus Dem 11. Brief)7:00
7Erster Band, Zweites Buch Hyperion An Bellarmin: "Ich Lebe Jetzt Auf Der Insel Des Ajax..." (Aus Dem 1. Und 2. Brief)3:01
8"So Kam Ich Unter Die Deutschen." (Aus Dem 7. Brief)13:34
9Erster Band, Erstes Buch Hyperion An Bellarmin: "Der Liebe Vaterlandsboden Giebt Mir Wieder Freude Und Laid" (Aus Dem 1. Und 2. Brief)6:34
10"Nimm Mich, Wie Ich Mich Gebe..." (Aus Dem 8., 9. Und 10. Brief)7:26
11Bildbeschreibung27:57
12"Tausendmal Hab' Ich In Meiner Herzensfreude Gelacht..." (Aus Dem 7., 8. Und 11. Brief)3:48
13"Wohin Könnt' Ich Mir Entfliehen..." (Aus Dem 5., 6. Und 7. Brief)6:26
14 Heiner Müller - Bildbeschreibung
15"Ich Wollte Nun Aus Deutschland Wieder Fort." (Aus Dem 8. Brief)10:29

Credits

  • AuthorFriedrich Hölderlin (tracks: CD 2), Heiner Müller (tracks: CD 1)
  • Concept By, Compiled By [Texte]Valerie Lawitschka
  • Layout, DesignGregor Julien Straube
  • NarratorDavid Bennent (tracks: CD 1), Heinz Bennent (tracks: CD 2)
  • Photography By [Front]Stefan Moses
  • ProducerHarald Rieck, Sabine Oswalt
  • Recording Supervisor, Producer [Redaktion]Prof. Dr. Thomas Vogel
  • TechnicianAndreas Renz

Notes

With detailed booklet

Eine Produktion des SWR Tübingen in Zusammenarbeit mit der Hölderlin-Gesellschaft 2006.
Aufgenommen am 7. Dezember 2004 im Landestheater Tübingen und am 8. Dezember 2004 im SWR-Studio Tübingen.

Heiner Müller "Bildbeschreibung" mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Henschel Schauspiel, Theatherverlag Berlin GmbH

(C) Diderot-Verlag 2006, 2009

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 9783-936088-632
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Diderot-Verlag
  • Licensed From – Henschel Schauspiel

Album

Hyperion is an epistolary novel by German poet Friedrich Hölderlin. Originally published in two volumes in 1797 Volume 1 and 1799 Volume 2, respectively, the full title is Hyperion or, The Hermit in Greece German: Hyperion oder, Der Eremit in Griechenland. Each volume is divided into two books, with each second book including an epigraph from Sophocles. The work is told in the form of letters from the protagonist, Hyperion, to his German friend Bellarmin, alongside a few letters between. Friedrich Hölderlin: Selected Poems. David Constantine. Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe, 1990 2ed 1996. ISBN 1-85224-378-3. David Michael Kleinberg-Levin, Gestures of Ethical Life: Reading Hölderlin's Question of Measure After Heidegger. Stanford: Stanford University, 2005. ISBN 0-8047-5087-4. Heiner Müller. Adolf Muschg. Robert Musil. All top songs and albums by Heinz Bennent for free: German actor, born 18 July 1921 in Atsch, Germany, died 12 October 2011 in Lausanne, Switzerland. Father of Anne Bennent and David Bennent. Bildbeschreibung - Heiner Müller, Friedrich Hölderlin, David Bennent, Heinz Bennent. Top Albums. David Bennent. Профиль: Swiss actor, born 9 September 1966 in Lausanne, Switzerland. Son of Heinz Bennent , brother of Anne Bennent. Hypérion - Friedrich Hölderlin. Mátra Ski Classic. Sport league. Hölderlin-Beethoven-2020. Toyoil New York. Just better. Explosion of a Memory, Description of a Picture. Carl Weber and Paul David Young. New York: Performing Arts Journal Publications. ISBN 978-1-55554-152-1. David Bennent is the son of actor Heinz Bennent and former dancer Diane Mansart. His sister Anne is also an actress. David was born September 9, 1966 in Lausanne, Switzerland and has lived in Germany and France as well. He has worked throughout the world. At the age of 11, he portrayed Oskar Matzerath in the Oscar winning film The Tin Drum Die. Heiner Müller is possibly the most significant and important German-language dramatist since Bertolt Brecht. Born in 1929 in Eppendorf in Saxony, he moved to Berlin in his early adulthood, where he lived until his death on 30 December 1995. David Barnett, Literature versus Theatre. Textual Problems and Theatrical Realization in the Later Plays of Heiner Müller Bern: Peter Lang, 1998 David Barnett, I have to change myself instead of interpreting myself. Heiner Müller as Post-Brechtian Director, Contemporary Theatre Review 20:1 2010, 6-20 David Barnett, Heiner Müller as the End of Brechtian Dramaturgy. Hörstücke nach Texten von Heiner Müller. Please retry. This excellent sonic construction features the vocals of David Bennent, Rene Lussier on guitar, Peter Brotzmann on saxophones and taragato, Peter Hollinger on drums and darbouka, and synthesizer and programming by Goebbels. The instrumentation gives it a sound more like The Man In the Elevator than the other three horstucke, not surprising since it was written and recorded in the same time frame. Biography wiki. David Bennent born 9 September 1966 is a Swiss actor. He was born in Lausanne, Switzerland. His parents are German actor Heinz Bennent and French former dancer Diane Mansart. His sister Anne Bennent is also an actress. He has lived in Germany and France as well as Switzerland and speaks fluent German, French and English. When he was 11 he starred in The Tin Drum, which caused much controversy because David was shown in sex scenes with an adult. At age 19, he starred as Honeythorn Gump in the film Legend, co-starring alongside Tom Cruise and Mia Sara

Download Heiner Müller / Friedrich Hölderlin - David Bennent / Heinz Bennent - Bildbeschreibung / Hyperion
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Heiner Müller / Friedrich Hölderlin - David Bennent / Heinz Bennent
Title:
Bildbeschreibung / Hyperion
Genre:
MP3 size:
2149 mb
FLAC size:
1699 mb
WMA size:
2749 mb
Country:
Germany
Released:
2009
Label:
Diderot-Verlag
Style:
Poetry, Spoken Word
Rating:
4.6
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