Hartmann: Simplicius Simplicissimus. Hartmann: Simplicius Simplicissimus.
The opera was written 1934-1935 structured in three acts and more scenes, to which was added in 1939 an overture in homage to Prokofiev, and premiered in 1948. It was extensively revised as Simplicius Simplicissimus in 1957.
Hartmann: Des Simplicius Simplicissimus Jugend. 12. Simplicius Simplicissimus, opera: Part 3. Scene 4. Gepriesen sei der Richter der Wahrheit. 13. Bernard Neuhoff speaks with Wilfried Hiller and Ulf Schirmer with sound recordings of Karl Amadeus Hartmann and Elisabeth Hartmann.
Des Simplicius Simplicissimus Jugend. Opera and youth project. The work will be presented in a new production for the Easter Festival with the Berliner Philharmoniker.
Karl Amadeus Hartmann and the original version of Simplicius Simplicissimus. The absolute highlight of Karl Amadeus Hartmann’s centenary year was the concert performance of his opera Des Simplicius Simplicissimus Jugend in Munich’s. It was the first performance of the original version, reconstructed by Wilfried Hiller and Robert Klimesch on commission from Bavarian Broadcasting. Besides the Münchner Rundfunkorchester under Ulf Schirmer, the performance had the good fortune of featuring a first-rate quartet of soloists including Christian Gerhaher, Will Hartmann, Camilla Nylund and Michael Volle
Karl Amadeus Hartmann. Karl Amadeus Hartmann - Simplicius Simplicissimus (Heinz Fricke) Opera.
Karl Amadeus Hartmann (1905–1963). Opera & Simplicissimus& (1935-1955). Youth of Simplicius Simplicissimus (Des Simplicius Simplicissimus Jugend, 1935, Staging 1949, Cologne). New revision under the title Simplicius Simplicissimus, 1955. Markus Stenz (conductor).