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Tracklist

Kopernikanische Charaktere Gesucht
Modernes Märchen
Ansprache Einer Bardame
Höhere Töchter Im Gespräch
Chor Der Girls
Sachliche Romanze
Eine Mutter Zieht Bilanz
Das Lied, Genannt "Zur Selben Stunde"
Das Leben Ohne Zeitverlust
Klassenzusammenkunft
Die Dame Schreibt Der Dame
Das Lied Vom Kleinen Mann
Kennst Du Das Land, Wo Die Kanonen Blühen
Fantasie Von Übermorgen

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8 50 144 Gisela May Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner ‎(LP, Mono) AMIGA 8 50 144 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1968
144 032 Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner - Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner ‎(LP) Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft Literarisches Archiv 144 032 Germany 1968
8 55 144 Gisela May Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner ‎(LP) AMIGA 8 55 144 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1968
8 55 144 Gisela May Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner ‎(LP) AMIGA 8 55 144 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1968
8 55 144 Gisela May Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner ‎(LP, RE) AMIGA 8 55 144 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1972
8 55 144 Gisela May Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner ‎(LP, RE) AMIGA 8 55 144 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1974
8 55 144 Gisela May Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner ‎(LP, RE) AMIGA 8 55 144 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1976
8 50 144 Gisela May Gisela May Singt Erich Kästner ‎(LP, RE) AMIGA 8 50 144 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1976




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Gisela May sings "Pirate Jenny" from The Threepenny Opera (Brecht/Weill) From: VAI DVD 4319 Theater Songs of Brecht & Weill Starring Lotte Lenya and Gisela May Lotte Lenya and Gisela May were the two most prominent interpreters of Brecht and Weill in the last century.

Album by Gisela May. Kopernikanische Charaktere Gesucht. Ansprache einer Bardame. Höhere Töchter im Gespräch. Eine Mutter zieht Bilanz. Das Lied, genannt 'Zur Selben Stunde'. Das Leben ohne Zeitverlust. Die Dame schreibt der Dame. Das Lied vom kleinen Mann. Kennst du das Land, wo die Kanonen blühen. Fantasie von Übermorgen.

Gisela May (31 May 1924 – 2 December 2016) was a German actress and singer. May was born in Wetzlar, Germany. Both her mother, Kate May, and her father, Ferdinand May, were writers. She studied at the drama school in Leipzig from 1942 to 1944. She was employed for nine years at various theatres, including the State Theatre of Schwerin and the State Theatre in Halle. Starting in 1951, she performed at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin, where she played a variety of roles.

Although in America it is common to associate the songs of Kurt Weill with the voice of his wife, Lotte Lenya, in Germany Weill's music is just as readily reckoned with the singing actress once the star attraction of the Berlin Ensemble, Gisela May. Eterna's Brecht-Songs mit Gisela May uses poet Bertolt Brecht, rather than Weill, as its point of departure, and focuses in particular on Brecht's early texts; the dates given with the titles connote that of the composition of the poetry, not the music. Das Lied Von Der Moldau. is a cover of. Lied Von Der Moldau by Bertold Brecht and Hanns Eisler (1944).

1966 Gisela May: Brecht/Weill. 1967 Kämpfendes Vietnam. 1968 Gisela May singt Erich Kästner. 1968 Günther Cwojdrak, Felix Dahn: Gisela May. 1969 Gisela May u. Wolf Kaiser: Irgendwer hat einmal gesagt. 1969 Die spezielle Note: Neue Chansons. 1972 Brecht-Songs mit Gisela May. 1972 Gisela May singt Tucholsky. 1972 Gert Natschinski: Mein Freund Bunbury. Musical: Oscar Wilde.

Dienstag, 6. Dezember 2016. Gisela May & Thanassis Moraitis - Mikis Theodorakis - Lieder. This album is a historical musical document that has been recorded in Berlin in 1988, just a year before the fall of the Berliner Wall. The great lady of the Berliner Ensemble and excellent interpreter of Brecht’s songs, Gisela May, meets the Greek singer Thanassis Moraitis. Together, they sing an anthology consisting of important compositions signed by Mikis Theodorakis, one of the most significant Greek composers such as Asma Asmaton, Antonis, To gelasto pedi and others.


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