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Ernst Busch und Studio-Chor - Kurt Tucholsky album mp3

Performer: Ernst Busch und Studio-Chor
Title: Kurt Tucholsky
Released: 1972
Style: Folk
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 201
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Ernst Busch und Studio-Chor ‎– Kurt Tucholsky. Engineer – Bernd Runge. Illustration – George Grosz. Text By – Kurt Tucholsky. Rights Society: AWA. Other (print license): Ag 511-24-72.

Ernst Busch, Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler - Wenn die Igel in der Abendstunde. Artist Ernst Busch, Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler №837425. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Ernst Busch, Kurt Tucholsky, Hanns Eisler Wenn die Igel in der Abendstunde.

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Ernst Busch (22 January 1900 - 8 June 1980) was a singer and actor. He was born in Kiel, Germany, and died in Berlin. Busch first rose to prominence as an interpreter of political songs, particularly those of Kurt Tucholsky, in the Berlin cabaret scene of the 1920s. He starred in the original 1928 production of Bertolt Brecht's Threepenny Opera, as well as the subsequent 1931 film by Georg Wilhelm Pabst.

More albums of Ernst Busch, Kurt Tucholsky, Bertolt Brecht . In studio record of this music release "Deutsches Miserere" attended those artists: Adolf Fritz Guhl (Conductor ), Walter Goehr (Conductor ), Bertolt Brecht (Written-By, tracks B1-B9), Ernst Busch (Written-By, tracks B5), Hanns Eisler (Written-By, tracks A1-A8, B1, B2, B6, B9), Kurt Tucholsky. Written-By, tracks A1-A8), Walter Olbertz (Harpsichord), Adolf Fritz Guhl (Organ), Adolf Fritz Guhl (Organ )

Ernst and Eva Busch enjoyed success in their stage performances with songs by Bertolt Brecht, Walter Mehring and Kurt Tucholsky (and others). Exile from Nazi Germany. The Nazis took power in January 1933 and lost no time in transforming Germany into a one-party dictatorship. Ernst Busch was released from the Brandenburg penitentiary on 27 April 1945 into a city where suddenly the artillery bombardments had fallen silent. He had spent most of the war years in state detention after being arrest in Antwerp on or shortly after 10 May 1940 as the German army invaded Belgium. Eva Busch and her former husband were briefly reunited in the sea of rubble that had been Berlin. Together they made an appearance on the RIAS (radio service) that the Americans had set up.

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.

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In Berlin, Kurt Tucholsky discovered his stage, he wrote the lyrics for revues and literary cabarets - honed, polemical texts with a shot of ribald humor. His first record appeared, a shellac treasure with the song "When the Old Motor Ticks Again. But Kurt Tucholsky remained an ambiguous figure, a lover plagued by jealous rages, got married, abandoned again, ruefully returned. His true love was Mary Gerold from Riga, a woman who left him again after years of back and forth. He carried her goodbye letter in his jacket pocket right up until his death. In the meantime, Kurt Tucholsky wrote for the most prominent newspaper of his time. He was an exceptionally gifted speaker who took to many podiums, campaigned for peace and against war, was a member of the German League for Human Rights, and was also a restless traveler.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Frohe Erwartung im Schützengraben 1917
Music By – H. Eisler*
A2 März 1848 - November 1918
Music By – S. Matthus*
B1 Marburger Studentenlied 1920
Music By – H. Eisler*
B1 Die Weinenden Hohenzollern 1922
Music By – H. Eisler*

Credits

  • Design [Gestaltung] – Werner Knispel
  • Engineer [Tontechnik] – Bernd Runge
  • Illustration – George Grosz
  • Text By – Kurt Tucholsky

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: AWA
  • Other (print license): Ag 511-24-72
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