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Olga Neuwirth - Der Tod und das Mädchen II
Price: € 11,99
WWE 1CD 20261

Olga Neuwirth
Der Tod und das Mädchen II

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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 03:33 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 1 03:33 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 2 01:53 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 3 02:32 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 4 03:50 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 5 05:40 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 6 03:37 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 7 03:34 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 8 03:32 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 9 01:42 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 10 02:52 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 11 01:19 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 12 05:33 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 13 04:16 Share
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Der Tod und das Mädchen II 14 04:23 Share
Total Time 51:49
Digital Booklet - only with album
The tale of the Sleeping Beauty set somewhere between science fiction and biting social criticism. In her texts Elfriede Jelinek explores the states of sleep, of apparent death, of semi-consciousness, or of being barely awake – and in doing so investigates Austrian everyday life in all its uniqueness, including all the petty power games and battles of the sexes. Jelinek's grim texts, recited by Anne Bennent, Hanna Schygulla and an artificially generated voice, are combined with Olga Neuwirth's throbbing computer sounds: she composes around the texts, or addresses them directly, drowns them out, or stays in the background. "Beyond the words, the music perhaps communicates that which is unspeakable, the smooth enchantment that doesn't spare us clichés and irony; it comes back like a memory, stays with us never to leave. It adapts itself to the words, and one senses its continued presence through slow and fast undulations." (Olga Neuwirth) Dreamy, eerie – and simply brilliant!

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