Hofmannsthal


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Hofmannsthal

Hugo von . 1874--1929, Austrian lyric poet and dramatist, noted as the librettist for Richard Strauss' operas, esp Der Rosenkavalier (1911), Elektra (1909), and Ariadne auf Naxos (1912)
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In de afdeling "Prismen" van Kultur und Gesellschaft presenteert Adorno beschouwingen over onder anderen Aldous Huxley, moderne jazz, Bach en Schonberg, Valery en Proust, George en Hofmannsthal, en Kafka.
The opera is an adaptation of the same Caldern drama that Strauss's collaborator Hofmannsthal re-worked as The Toweraround the same time as he was devising his great outdoor folk-theatre spectacles with Max Reinhardt.
Schnitzler, Musil, Hofmannsthal, among others); the graphic arts (Klimt, Loos); film; and the popular media.
Kertesz translated Nietzsche, Freud, Roth, Wittgenstein, Hofmannsthal, Canetti, and numerous other writers and philosophers into Hungarian.
FISCHER, Alexander Michael, Dedoublement: Wahrnehmungsstruktur und ironisches Erzahlverfahren der Decadence (Huysmans, Wilde, Hofmannsthal.
Lou knew and enchanted three of Mann's greatest artistic and intellectual heroes--Richard Wagner, Friedrich Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud--and also head-hunted many of the leading writers of her time: Leo Tolstoy (whom she visited in Russia), August Strindberg, Knut Hamsun, Gerhart Hauptmann, Arthur Schnitzler, the predatory Frank Wedekind, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, her longtime lover Rainer Maria Rilke and the theologian Martin Buber.
DG: Lorenzo da Ponte, Felice Romani, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Bertolt Brecht, and W.
The portrayal of Electra in drama with special reference to the modern plays of Hofmannsthal, O'Neill, Giraudoux and Yourcenar.
They published Rainer Maria Rilke, Thomas Mann, Arthur Schnitzler, Franz Werfel, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Hermann Hesse, and Alfred Doblin.
Compared with the seriousness of both Elektra and Ariadne, Rosenkavalier - written by the same librettist, Hugo von Hofmannsthal - is a madly bizarre work.
The editor has chosen 28 tales of the total and, in addition to the Preface includes the sections on 'contexts' - particularly important for this unique work - and 'criticisms' - reaching from Hofmannsthal to David Pinault - which are standard in this much respected Critical Edition series from Norton.