Reiselieder mit böhmischen Quinten

Autobiographische Mitteilungen 1926 - 1995

Hardcover, 626 pages
Publisher: S. Fischer

Language German
ISBN-10 3100326059
ISBN-13 978-3100326058

Published in 1996

see also

Publications
Biographical News
Autobiografie „Canti di viaggio, Verlag: Il Saggiatore

Canti di viaggio

Una vita
Hans Werner Henze
Canti di viaggio

Canti di viaggio

Una vita
Hans Werner Henze
Canti di viaggio

Canciones de viaje con Quintas bohemias

Noticias biográficas
Hans Werner Henze
Canciones de viaje con Quintas bohemias

Bohemian Fifths

An Autobiography
Hans Werner Henze
Bohemian Fifths

Book presentation "Reiselieder mit böhmischen Quinten"

arte Metropolis, 13.07.1996: Presentation of the autobiography "Reiselieder mit böhmischen Quinten" in Frankfurt, Hotel Hessischer Hof 1996

Book presentation "Reiselieder mit böhmischen Quinten"
Cancelled premiere of "The Raft of the Medusa" on 9 December 1968 in Hamburg

On the "Medusa Scandal" in Hamburg in 1968

In his autobiography, Hans Werner Henze remembers the circumstances of the cancelled premiere of his oratorio "The Raft of the Medusa" on 9 December 1968 in Hamburg.

On the "Medusa Scandal" in Hamburg in 1968
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Rudi Dutschke at La Leprara

After the assassination attempt on Rudi Dutschke and his expulsion from Switzerland, Dutschke recovers at La Leprara, 1968. Excerpt from the autobiography "Reiselieder mit böhmischen Quinten: Autobiographische Mitteilungen 1926–1995"

Rudi Dutschke at La Leprara
After the premiere of "Nocturnes and Arias (Nachtstücke und Arien)", Donaueschingen 1957

Outrage at the Donaueschingen Music Festival 1957

The premiere of Nachtstücke und Arien (Nocturnes and Arias) at the Donaueschingen Music Festival in 1957 led to a veritable scandal, after which Hans Werner Henze's music has not been performed there ever since.
Excerpt from the autobiography "Reiselieder mit böhmischen Quinten: Autobiographische Mitteilungen 1926–1995"

Outrage at the Donaueschingen Music Festival 1957
With Igor Stravinsky, Rome 1954

Stravinsky and Turmoil

In 1954, the composer experienced his first scandal at the Roman premiere of Boulevard Solitude. The claqueurs had been paid by someone else. And Igor Stravinsky, the greatest living composer at the time, was denied entry to the opera house, the Teatro Costanzi. Here is the excerpt from Henze's autobiography:

Stravinsky and Turmoil

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