Joachim Ringelnatz

Hans Gustav Bötticher

Also known as J. Ringelnatz, Ringelnatz
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://ringelnatz-verein.de/, http://www.ringelnatzstiftung.de/

Discography of Joachim Ringelnatz:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Aus Dem Gedichtband "Und Einmal Steht Es Neben Dir" 36 Audio
2 Vom Seemann Kuttel Daddeldu 3 Audio 1963 Electrola
3 Nie Bist Du Ohne Nebendir 9 Audio LITERA
4 Die Freude An Komödie (Gedichte Und Erzählungen) / Le Sacre Du Printemps 99 Audio
5 Willy Reichert Spricht Christian Morgenstern Und Joachim Ringelnatz 37 Audio SABA
6 Pasaden Glättet Die Wogen Der Psyche 13 Audio Not On Label
7 Joachim Ringelnatz 17 Audio LITERA


Joachim Ringelnatz (born August 7th, 1883, in Wurzen/Germany - died November 17th, 1934, in Berlin) was a German writer and artist.

He ran away from home at age 18 to become a sailor, and travelled the world. Eventually he came back to Munich where he joined the Simplicissimus cabaret. His works were banned by the Nazis in 1933, and he died a year later of tuberculosis.

His most well-known creation was the sailor Kuttel-Daddeldu. An album of his songs by Agnes Bernelle in 1985 introduced his works to many outside of Germany.


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