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Fri Mar 21 17:03:07 2014 UTClccn-n790728670.35Ariadne auf Naxos Ariadne on Naxos : opera in German, with a prologue and one act /0.560.79Briefwechsel103209512Hugo_von_Hofmannsthaln 79072867305614Chofmanstal, Chugo von 1874-1929Chophmanstal, Ounko phon, 1874-1929Gofmanstal', Gugo.Hoffmann von Hofmannsthal, Hugo 1874-1929Hoffmannstahl, HugoHoffmannsthal, H. v.Hoffmannsthal, Hugo vonHoffmannsthal, Hugo von, 1874-1929Hoffmansthal, Hugo von 1874-1929Hofmann, Hugo, 1874-1929Hofmann, Hugo Laurenz August 1874-1929Hofmann von Hofmannsthal, Hugo von 1874-1929Hofmannstaal, Hugo von 1874-1929Hofmannstahl, H. vonHofmannstahl, Hugo vonHofmannstahl, Hugo von, 1874-1929Hofmannstal, Hugo von 1874-1929Hofmannsthal.Hofmannsthal, George.Hofmannsthal, Huc de, 1874-1929Hofmannsthal, Hugo.Hofmannsthal, Hugo, 1874-1929Hofmannsthal Hugo de 1874-1929Hofmannsthal, Hugo H. vonHofmannsthal, Hugo H. von 1874-1929Hofmannsthal, Hugo Hofmann, Edler von, 1874-1929Hofmannsthal, Hugo v.Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonHofmannsthal, Hugo von H. 1874-1929Hofmannsthal-Schnitzler, ... 1874-1929Hofmannsthals, Hugo von, 1874-1929Hofmannthal, Hugo von 1874-1929Hofmanstal, Hugo fon 1874-1929Hofmansthal, Hugo von, 1874-1929Hofsmantāls, Hugo fon, 1874-1929Hofumansutāru, ... 1874-1929Loris, 1874-1929Loris 1874-1929 PseudonymLoris MelikowLoris, pseudonymeMelikow, LorisMelikow, Loris, 1874-1929Melikow, Loris 1874-1929 PseudonymMorren, Theophil.Morren, Théophil, 1874-1929Morren, Theophil 1874-1929 PseudonymVon Hofmannstahl, H.Von Hofmannstahl, HugoVon Hofmannsthal, Hugovon Hofmannsthal, Hugo, 1874-1929Хофмансталь, Хуго фон, 1874-1929הופמנסתל, הוגו פוןフーゴ・フォン・ホーフマンスタール 1874-1929ホーフマンスタールホフマンスタール, フーゴー・フォンlccn-n79041680Strauss, Richard1864-1949othprfdtoctbcndedtcrecmplccn-n81032093Wiener Philharmonikerprfitrmuslccn-n79042183Rilke, Rainer Maria1875-1926othdtelccn-n81015297Karajan, Herbert voncndprfviaf-133099477Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchorprdprfmusvoclccn-n50016284George, Stefan1868-1933lyrcrelccn-n88126615Steiner, Herbert1892-1966edtcrelccn-n81010440Solti, Georg1912-1997cndprfctblccn-n82032332Schwarzkopf, Elisabethprfvocfast-814372Ariadne (Greek mythology)Hofmannsthal, Hugo von1874-1929DramaRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcSourcesTelevision adaptationsHistoryBiographyFilm adaptationsMusical settingsHofmannsthal, Hugo von,OperasOperas--Vocal scores with pianoOperas--ScoresRilke, Rainer Maria,Ariadne (Greek mythology)Authors, AustrianGerman literatureOperas--LibrettosAriadne auf Naxos (Strauss, Richard)Mann, Thomas,Politics in literatureStrauss, Richard,German poetryGeorge, Stefan,Aestheticism (Literature)Europe, German-speakingIntellectual lifeElectra (Greek mythology)Operas--Analysis, appreciationGerman fictionPolitical and social viewsArt, GermanOperas--ExcerptsSchnitzler, Arthur,Austrian dramaTheaterAustria--ViennaShort stories, GermanGerman dramaAuthors, SwissCorrespondence (Schnitzler, Arthur)Burckhardt, Carl Jacob,Beer-Hofmann, Richard,AustriaDegenfeld-Schonburg, Ottonie,--Gräfin von,Mell, Max,Haas, Willy,Live sound recordingsAndrian, Leopold von,AuthorsDiplomatsZifferer, Paul,EverymanGermanyRosenkavalier (Opera) (Strauss, Richard)ComposersMusic videosBorchardt, Rudolf,Authors, 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RichardDer RosenkavalierMusical settingsOperas(1) SCHWARZKOPF, Elisabeth (soprano). (1) LUDWIG, Christa (mezzo-soprano). (1) STICH-RANDALL, Teresa (soprano). (1) EDELMANN, Otto (bass). (1) WACHTER, Eberhard (baritone). (1) PHILHARMONIA CHORUS. (1) LOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS CHOIR. (1) BANCROFTS SCHOOL CHOIR. (1) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA. (1) KARAJAN, Herbert von (conductor)1584146ocn003519122score19080.59Strauss, RichardElektra : Tragödie in einem Aufzuge = Tragedy in one actMusical settingsDrama+-+73801713951400182ocn000936418score19120.59Strauss, RichardAriadne auf Naxos : Oper in einem Aufzuge nebst einem Vorspiel, Op. 60Drama+-+95102713951259163ocn002723913book19110.66Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonGedichte und Lyrische Dramen1080172ocn000183859book19260.79Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonBriefwechselRecords and correspondence98762ocn054800651visu19790.37Strauss, RichardDer RosenkavalierTelevision adaptationsComic opera in three acts924232ocn003107853book19110.63Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonJedermann : das Spiel vom Sterben des reichen MannesDramaNach dem Vorbild spätmittelalterlicher Mysterienspiele und dramatischer Bearbeitungen aus der frühen Neuzeit (Elckerlijc/Everyman, Homulus, Hecastus) treten im Jedermann Gott, der Tod, der Teufel und andere abstrakte Wesen als Personifikationen auf. Der wohlhabende Jedermann sieht sich mit dem unerwarteten Tod konfrontiert, der ihn vor seinen Schöpfer führen will. Weder sein treuer Knecht, noch seine Freunde, noch sein Geld wollen ihn ins Grab begleiten; erst der Auftritt seiner Werke und des Glaubens bringen ihn dazu, sich zur Christenheit zu bekennen und als reuiger Bekehrter ins Grab zu steigen. - Wikipedia91787ocn048055033rcrd19550.47Strauss, RichardAriadne auf NaxosDramaSolists : RIE Staatskapelle Dresden ; Rudolf Kempe, con87145ocn022585984visu19640.53Strauss, RichardElektraDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsLive from the Zurich Opera House, a modern production of Richard Strauss's one-act opera. After her father Agamemnon has been murdered by her mother, Klytemnestra, and her mother's lover, Aegistheus, Elektra swears revenge+-+2295276106324823164ocn003610092book18990.66Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonDer Tor und der TodManuscriptsA play involving death and approximately five human characters81712ocn000300559book19630.50Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonSelected plays and libretti78179ocn002002647book19120.63Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonDeutsche erzähler77096ocn000168644score19330.63Strauss, RichardArabella : lyrische Komödie in drei Aufzügen von Hugo Hofmannsthal, opus 79Operas761108ocn008876331score19160.66Strauss, RichardDie Frau ohne Schatten : Oper in drei Akten+-+927689139575951ocn051012418visu19880.50Strauss, RichardAriadne auf NaxosMusical settingsDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsSumario : Se presenta el ensayo realizado para la presentación de la obra Ariadne auf Naxos72519ocn015859771score19100.50Strauss, RichardDer Rosenkavalier+-+934907139572119ocn000311837book19610.53Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonPoems and verse playsHistory7191ocn698449561com20100.35Fisher, Burton DAriadne auf Naxos Ariadne on Naxos : opera in German, with a prologue and one actCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaStories, plots, etc66477ocn008248923book19110.50Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonDer RosenkavalierLibretto og operafører+-+231790962564018ocn015124043rcrd19790.37Strauss, RichardElektraMusical settingsDramaNew remastering via 96KHz 24-bit digital converter and Cedar DH2 de-hisser180037ocn000561987book19540.79Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonBriefwechselRecords and correspondence12008ocn000293957book19450.39Gray, Ronald DThe German tradition in literature, 1871-1945Criticism, interpretation, etcSurvey of German writers and politics from 1871 to 1945, with interpretations of works of Mann, Rilke, and Hofmannsthal+-+132747670511162ocn045732786com19930.50Del Caro, AdrianHugo von Hofmannsthal poets and the language of lifeCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this study of the Austrian lyric poet Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Adrian Del Caro proves that this precocious contemporary of Rilke, too often considered a typical fin-de-siecle aesthete, was in fact an early and consistent opponent of aestheticism. In lucid and graceful prose Del Caro clearly establishes a parallel between Hofmannsthal's work and Nietzsche's Lebensphilosophie, demonstrating that the poet, with his efforts to find a legitimate source for values, can indeed be seen as Nietzsche's heir. The author's thesis is that poets are more articulate spokespersons for life than philosophers. "For this reason," concludes Del Caro, "and perhaps best for this reason, namely that the poets are naive and disavow the role of teacher, they are heard when the philosophers are not heard." In thoughtfully sequenced chapters Del Caro presents the basic themes of Hofmannsthal's poetry - themes such as Pre-existence, Threshold, and Transformation. His explications of these themes effortlessly draw on figures as diverse as Goethe, Sartre, and Schopenhauer while anchoring each concept to the texts of the poems themselves and illustrating with well-chosen metaphors and poems their relevance to day-to-day existence. In the early chapter "Words," for example, Del Caro discusses Hofmannsthal's perspective on the relationship between Art and Life, between Word and Deed. Beauty, Hofmannsthal posits, competes with life for the poet's attention, and there is always the danger of mistaking words for actual events and experiences, thus living life vicariously rather than embracing it "as a series of actions or deeds." The poet's attempts to resolve such oppositions are dazzlingly illuminated in Del Caro's exegesis of the poem "Secret of the World," wherein the secret cannot be plumbed through cognition but only through poetry. Poetry, moreover, is understood not by reading but by living. To the poet, according to Hofmannsthal, words are feral things over which no power can be exerted. Thematically and linguistically, Del Caro's important reassessment of this gifted poet maintains a consistently sophisticated level of discourse. Yet, while it will certainly appeal to scholars of German literature, the book has also been conceived to serve as an introduction of Hofmannsthal to a broader reading public in the English-speaking world8734ocn053972978file20030.50Strathausen, CarstenThe look of things poetry and vision around 1900Criticism, interpretation, etcExamining the relationship between German poetry, philosophy and visual media around 1900, the author argues that the poetic works of Rilke, von Hofmannsthal and George focused on the visible gestalt of language as a means of competing with the increasing popularity of photography and film+-+51763325358304ocn732959214com20110.37Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonHugo von Hofmannsthal and the Austrian idea selected essays and addresses, 1906-1927SourcesThe Austrian writer Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1874-1929) was one of the great modernists in the German language, but his importance as a major intellectual of the early twentieth century has not received adequate attention in the English-speaking world. One distinguished literary scholar of his generation called Hofmannsthal a ?spiritual-moral authority? of a kind German culture had only rarely produced. This volume provides translations of essays that deal with the Austrian idea and with the distinctive position of German-speaking Austrians between German nationalism and peoples to the East, whether in the Habsburg Monarchy or beyond it, as well as essays that locate Hofmannsthal?s thinking about Austria in relation to the broader situation of German and European culture. ?It is the true accomplishment of this translation that Hofmannsthal?s language, recreated in a clear and elegant English, regains its melody of an earlier time. If there ever was a captivating documentation of the European potential of Austria beyond the stereotypes of ?Vienna at 1900,? it has been brought together in this volume of essays that responded to the tragic challenges of World War I in a constructive way.? Frank Trommler, University of Pennsylvania+-+15408020068271ocn000094686book19700.56Evans, Arthur ROn four modern humanists: Hofmannsthal, Gundolf, Curtius, Kantorowicz7323ocn000290939book19520.53Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonSelected prose6752ocn003004039book19770.37Bangerter, Lowell AHugo von Hofmannsthal6235ocn000692154book19570.63Hammelmann, HannsHugo von Hofmannsthal61111ocn000295080book19580.73Alewyn, RichardÜber Hugo von Hofmannsthal5115ocn607231340com20090.37Heinz, TobiasHofmannsthals Sprachgeschichte linguistisch-literarische Studien zur lyrischen StimmeCriticism, interpretation, etcMain description: Der österreichische Dichter Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1874?1929) gilt als eine der Schlüsselgestalten der sogenannten Sprachkrise um 1900: Die Studie leistet eine sprachwissenschaftlich akzentuierte Interpretation sprachreflexiver Gedichte dieses Autors ? also lyrischer Texte, deren Thema ihr eigenes Medium ist. Indem deren sprachkünstlerische Gestaltung analysiert und sie als Dokumente der Sprachgeschichte lesbar gemacht werden, erschließt sich zugleich eine literarisch gestaltete Spracherfahrung im Kontext ihrer Epoche5064ocn000295521book19640.59Coghlan, BrianHofmannsthal's festival dramas: Jedermann, Das Salzburger grosse Welttheater [and] Der TurmCriticism, interpretation, etc4137ocn002031362book19490.79Fiechtner, Helmut AHugo von Hofmannsthal : der Dichter im Spiegel der Freunde4001ocn025746888book19920.73Yates, W. ESchnitzler, Hofmannsthal, and the Austrian theatreHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+87920555853243933ocn008404416book19820.73Forsyth, KarenAriadne auf Naxos by Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Richard Strauss : its genesis and meaning3712ocn173299354book20080.70Hofmannsthal, Hugo vonThe whole difference : selected writings of Hugo von HofmannsthalHugo von Hofmannsthal won fame for his collaborations with Richard Strauss on 'Der Rosenkavalier' and 'Die Frau ohne Schatten', but he was also a writer of lyric poetry, short fiction, essays and plays. This book presents a collection of his writings+-+14547664153524ocn016352147book19880.79Bennett, BenjaminHugo von Hofmannsthal : the theaters of consciousnessCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+97076667053516ocn000704245book19650.79Wunberg, GotthartDer frühe Hofmannsthal; Schizophrenie als dichterische Struktur3515ocn000865208book19600.76Hederer, EdgarHugo von Hofmannsthal3519ocn000681731book19670.59Volke, WernerHugo von Hofmannsthal in Selbstzeugnissen und BilddokumentenBiography+-+9349071395+-+9349071395Fri Mar 21 15:47:58 EDT 2014batch215303