Paul Dessau

Paul Dessau

Also known as Dessau, P. Dessau
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Discography of Paul Dessau:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 In Memoriam Bertolt Brecht, Bach Variations 5 Audio Philips
2 House Of Frankenstein (The Complete 1944 Score) 35 Audio 2007 Naxos
3 Puntila 12 Audio 1994 Berlin Classics
4 A Composer's Portrait 20 Audio 1990 Pilz
5 Herr Puntila Und Sein Knecht Matti 10 Audio 1962 ETERNA
6 Gisela May Singt Brecht - Eisler - Dessau 26 Audio
7 Sonja Kehler Singt Brecht 9 Audio 1977 Pläne
8 Mutter Courage Und Ihre Kinder 6 Audio 1967 LITERA
9 Jüdische Chronik - Aus Jüdischer Volkspoesie 19 Audio 1967 ETERNA
10 Gisela May Singt 28 Audio 1970 ETERNA
11 Die Verurteilung Des Lukullus 17 Audio 1976 Telefunken
12 Die Verurteilung Des Lukullus 17 Audio 1966 Telefunken
13 In Memoriam Bertolt Brecht / Bachvariationen Für Großes Orchester 2 Audio 1966 ETERNA
14 Appell Der Arbeiterklasse / Zweite Sinfonie 2 Audio 1978 NOVA
15 Gisela May Singt 28 Audio 1968 Wergo
16 Lidice-Kantate (1958) / Buchenwaldpoem 1958 / Sinfonischer Trauermarsch Zu Ehren Des Ermordeten Volkspolizisten Helmut Just (1953) 3 Audio 1960 ETERNA
17 Requiem Für Lumumba 2 Audio 1974 NOVA
18 Therese Giese Singt Die Lieder Der Mutter Courage 4 Audio Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft Literarisches Archiv
19 I. Symphonie - Symphonische Adaptionen - Les Voix 9 Audio 1995 Signum
20 Orchesterwerke 22 Audio 1994 Berlin Classics
21 Orchesterwerke II 14 Audio 1997 Berlin Classics
22 Winterschlacht, Der Weg Nach Füssen, Der Rote Platz 4 Audio ETERNA
23 Lilo Herrmann / An Die Mütter Und An Die Lehrer / Der Anachronistische Zug 4 Audio 1974 NOVA
24 Paul Dessau Das Klavierwerk 22 Audio 1979 NOVA
25 Die Verurteilung Des Lukullus 17 Audio 1966 Eterna


German composer and conductor, born 19 December 1894 in Hamburg, Germany, died 28 June 1979 in Königs Wusterhausen near Berlin, Germany, best known for collaborations with [a=Bertolt Brecht] such as Mother Courage. Banned by the Nazis he fled to Paris and eventually Hollywood. He returned to the GDR in 1948 and became very successful, composing a new National Antherm for the country and winning the National Award three times. Wrote many pieces for children which were preformed frequently in schools. He is buried next to Brecht and Eisler in Berlin.


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