Paul Henckels, Wilhelm Busch - Max Und Moritz mp3 album
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Cover is a 12-paged booklet. Subtitle: "Eine Bubengeschichte In Sieben Streichen Von Wilhelm Busch)". Special issue for members of the Bertelsmann Records Club. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 56153 V-1. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
Album · 2005 · 7 Songs. 1. Max und Moritz - Erster Streich. 2. Max und Moritz - Zweiter Streich. 3. Max und Moritz - Dritter Streich. 4. Max und Moritz - Vierter Streich. 5. Max und Moritz - Fünfter Streich. 6. Max und Moritz - Sechster Streich. 7. Max und Moritz - Letzter Streich (Mit Schluß).
Listen to music from Wilhelm Busch like Teil 1: Max und Moritz, Teil 2: Max und Moritz & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wilhelm Busch. Wilhelm Busch (15 April 1832 – 9 January 1908) was a German caricaturist, painter and poet who is known for his satirical picture stories, with works that include the well known Max and Moritz. After studying first mechanical engineering and then art in Düsseldorf, Antwerpen and Munich, he turned to drawing caricatures. One of his first picture stories, Max and Moritz (published in 1865), was a huge success.
Humoristicher Hausschatz. Eine Bubengeschichte in sieben streichen. Even without the ability to read German, the stories are pretty self-evident. the boys are into all kinds of mischief Max and maurice, by wilhelm busch, 1970.
Max & Moritz While in Münich, Busch met several artists with connections to magazines. Thanks to them he could publish cartoons and caricatures in the satirical newspapers Münchener Bilderbogen and Fliegende Blätter, which also enabled him to make a living. Initially influenced by the Swiss artist Rodolphe Töpffer, Busch's art style eventually developed into a more fluid one, while his storytelling became more satirical. In 1865, he drew his "pictorial stories" with the characters 'Max und Moritz', two unscrupulous and sadistic boys. Media adaptations Busch's works have been adapted in various media. Richard Mohaupt and Alfredo Bortoluzzi adapted 'Max und Moritz' into a comedic ballet. In 1956 Norbert Schultze directed the children's film 'Max und Moritz' (1956), while Axel von Ambesser made the comedy picture 'Die fromme Helene' (1965), directly based on Busch's work.
Wilhelm Busch's Max und Moritz (not only an enduring and popular children's literature classic that is still in current print in Germany after more than 150 years, but is also considered amongst the forerunners of the comic book and thus of course the graphic novel), presents with rollicking rhyming verses (accompanied by the author's vivid, often outrageously intense.
|A||1. - 3. Streich|
|B||4. - 7. Streich|
- Narrator – Paul Henckels
- Written-By – Wilhelm Busch
NotesSubtitle: "Eine Bubengeschichte In Sieben Streichen Von Wilhelm Busch"
20-page booklet including all drawn Max and Moritz episodes featured on the record.
7" is placed inside the last page of the booklet.
This variation was made for the "Fono-Ring" record club.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side, stamped): 56153 X-2 Made in Germany
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side, stamped): 56153 Y-2 Made in Germany
- Rights Society: D.P.
|56 153 C||Paul Henckels, Wilhelm Busch||Paul Henckels, Wilhelm Busch - Max Und Moritz (7", Club)||Ariola-Athena||56 153 C||Germany||Unknown|
|56 153||Paul Henckels||Spricht "Max Und Moritz" (7")||Marcato||56 153||Germany||Unknown|
|40 691||Paul Henckels||Max Und Moritz (7", Single, Gat)||Marcato||40 691||Germany||Unknown|
|55 971||Paul Henckels, Wilhelm Busch||Paul Henckels, Wilhelm Busch - Max Und Moritz (7", Boo)||Universum Records||55 971||Germany||Unknown|
|40 691||Paul Henckels||Paul Henckels Spricht „Max Und Moritz" (7", Mono)||Marcato||40 691||Austria||Unknown|