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Ernst Busch - Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler - Fromme Gesänge. He! Republik album

Ernst Busch - Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler - Fromme Gesänge. He! Republik album
  • Performer Ernst Busch
  • Title Fromme Gesänge. He! Republik
  • Date of release 1965
  • Country German Democratic Republic (GDR)
  • Style Ballad, Poetry, Political
  • Other formats WMA MIDI MPC AC3 AUD WAV VOX
  • Genre Audio records / Pop
  • Size MP3 1633 mb
  • Size FLAC 1348 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
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Ernst Busch - Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler - Fromme Gesänge. He! Republik ‎(2x7", Mono, Whi). AURORA (2), AURORA (2). 5 80 010, 5 80 011.

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Fromme Gesänge - He! Republik. AURORA (2). 3. Sammlung Kurzer Werke (First Published 1923 – 1935). Ernst Busch Singt Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler. 7. Wo Kommen Die Löcher Im Käse Her? - Und Andere Geschichten. Caution! All audio materials of Kurt Tucholsky are presented solely for information. All styles of audio music.

Performer: Hanns Eisler. Album Title: Collaboration. Label: Tomato ‎– 2696381 Type: Vinyl, LP Country: Germany Date of released: 1989 Category: Classical Style: Modern. Hanns Eisler, Kurt Tucholsky - Fromme Gesänge - He! Republik.

Hanns Eisler's "Lenin Requiem" has never been performed in the United States - and may never b. It did reach the concert stage in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), where Eisler settled after his deportation from the United States as a suspected Communist subversive in the Hollywood film industry. This is one of the rare performances - a collector's item of enduring musical worth.

Kurt Tucholsky was one of the Weimar Republic's most loved and hated writers: a muckraking journalist and political poet, he was both a thorn in the side of Germany's ineffectual politicians and an uncompromising opponent of the rising Nazi movement. When Hitler seized power in 1933, Tucholsky fled to Sweden where-hopeless and depressed-he committed suicide. But his poems-some of them sarcastic, others tender, but always sensitive to the human condition-deserve to live

Hanns Eisler (6 July 1898 – 6 September 1962) was an Austrian composer (his father was Austrian, and Eisler fought in a Hungarian regiment in World War I). He is best known for composing the national anthem of East Germany, for his long artistic association with Bertolt Brecht, and for the scores he wrote for films. In his last work, "Ernste Gesänge" (Serious Songs), written between spring 1961 and August 1962, Eisler attempted to work through his depression, taking up the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union with its demise of the Stalin cult, as a sign of hope for a future enabling to "live without fear". 1959: 36 more songs on texts by Kurt Tucholsky for Gisela May and Ernst Busch

Librivox recording of Rheinsberg, von Kurt Tucholsky. Read in German by Wolfgang. Ein Bilderbuch für Verliebte. Claire und Wolfgang, ein verliebtes Paar aus Berlin fahren für einige Tage nach Rheinsberg. Summary by Wolfgang). For more free audiobooks, or to find out how you can volunteer, please visit librivox.

Ernst Busch - Das Lied vom Kompromiß 1919. Ernst Busch - Der heimliche Aufmarsch (HQ). Ernst Busch - Brüder zur Sonne, zur Freiheit. Der Mensch (Kurt Tucholsky) - gesprochen von Jan Terstiege.

Tracklist

Record 1 (5 80 010)
Weihnachten
Das Lied Vom Kompromiß
Einkäufe
An Den Deutschen Mond
Record 2 (5 80 011)
Sozialdemokratischer Parteitag
Das Alte Vertiko
Feldfrüchte
Bürgerliche Wohltätigkeit

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5 80 010, 5 80 011 Ernst Busch - Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler Ernst Busch - Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler - Fromme Gesänge. He! Republik ‎(2x7", Mono, Whi) AURORA , AURORA 5 80 010, 5 80 011 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1965
5 80 010/011 Hanns Eisler, Kurt Tucholsky Hanns Eisler, Kurt Tucholsky - Fromme Gesänge - He! Republik ‎(2x7", Mono, RE) AURORA 5 80 010/011 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1969