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Zentralbibliothek der Bücherhallen Hamburg Ganzes Haus
Sun, 10 Dec 2017 19:00
Lecture-Performance: Ludwig Ensemble
Literature and music have always been a source of mutual inspiration. One good example is the poem »Verklärte Nacht« (Transfigured Night) by Richard Dehmel, which composer Arnold Schönberg translated into a congenial score. The musicians of Ludwig play the entire work, then selected musical passages are interspersed with Dehmel’s poem and other relevant texts and sounds. The musicians and the audience are also invited to discuss the role of women in the past and today.
Anne Kussmaul talk
Verklärte Nacht / Streichsextett d-Moll op. 4
Auszüge aus dem Gedicht »Verklärte Nacht«
Promoter: HamburgMusik gGmbH
Zentralbibliothek der Bücherhallen Hamburg
Hühnerposten 1 / 20097 Hamburg
Approximately 5 minutes by foot from Hamburg’s Main Train Station
A large car park is located nearby. Further Information (in German only).
Hourly rate: €2.20
Daily rate: €15.00
All areas in the Central Library are fully accessible. A specially designed toilet for persons with mobility disabilities is located on the 1st Floor. The speed of the revolving door at the main entrance can be regulated via a push button. Generous door and hallway widths ensure accessibility for wheelchair users, for example.