Rohan's most conspicuous and frequent contributors were figures of the intellectual Right, like the great Austrian playwright and essayist Hugo von Hofmannsthal
, two particularly talented Jewish disciples of the poet Stefan George, Karl Wolfskehl and Friedrich Gundolf, and a number of thinkers who were close to Latin fascist movements: Pierre Drieu la Rochelle, Julius Evola, Giovanni Gentile, Jacques Bainville, and Marcel Deat.
Information about the seldom-performed song cycle 6 Monologes aus Jedermann by Frank Martin is offered in the entry under dramatist Hugo von Hofmannsthal
, who wrote the text.
Hugo von Hofmannsthal
was--besides poet, playwright, essayist, librettist, and fiction writer--a universally admired sensitive soul, the kind imperial Austria seemed to specialize in.
He observes Orphic Ovid from the Alps with Rilke, Dionysian Ovid in the Greece of Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal
, and poolside in Trinidad with Derek Walcott.
David Bathrick's discussion of songwriter and poet Wolf Biermann rightly focuses on issues of censorship and East German party politics (Biermann's poetry is not formally interesting), but the lack of any sustained discussion of Else Lasker-Schuler, Hugo von Hofmannsthal
, Bertolt Brecht, Ingeborg Bachmann, Johannes Bobrowski, Gunter Eich, or Ernst Jandl as poets makes it impossible to follow the internal, formal development of a genre that was vitally important to German readers throughout much of the century.
Kessler suggested to Hugo von Hofmannsthal
the central idea, and wrote the scenario that later became Der Rosenkavalier, and he later collaborated with Serge Diaghilev and Hofmannsthal on a ballet based on the biblical story of Joseph.
Among his contemporaries, it was Hugo von Hofmannsthal
and Peter Altenberg to whom he felt initially particularly close.
1) Speaking of this work, which was written in 1810, the noted writer, Hugo von Hofmannsthal
, boasted that "no one .
Fue traductor de autores como Federico Nietzsche, Sigmund Freud, Hugo Von Hofmannsthal
, Elias Canetti, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Joseph Roth, Arthur Schnitzler o Tankred Dorst.
In 1908, he treated Maillol and the Austrian poet Hugo von Hofmannsthal
(with whom Kessler had collaborated on a ballet for Diaghilev, The Legend of Joseph) to a trip to Greece, to experience the classical Holy Land.
Hugo von Hofmannsthal
, who had read nearly all of Pater's work, refers in his writings to several of Pater's ideas.
von Goethe, Robert Browning, Thomas Beddoes, Hugo von Hofmannsthal
, August Strindberg, Federico Garcia Lorca, and W.
The fifth chapter is a brief interlude devoted to a late Viennese perspective on Venice through the eyes of Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Richard Strauss wrote an opera of a version of Sophocles ' play by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
A handful of librettists--Lorenzo da Ponte and Hugo von Hofmannsthal
in the opera house, and perhaps only Oscar Hammerstein II on Broadway--have garnered equal standing with their musical partners, but almost every other creative contributor, ranging from book authors and choreographers through scenic designers and costumers to lighting designers and sound engineers, has remained anonymous to all but the most dedicated students of the theater.