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Margaret Atwood: Penelope und die zwölf Mägde

Wednesday 17 January 2024



Katharina Lorenz, Lesung

Roman Borisov, Klavier


Margaret Atwood

Penelope und die zwölf Mägde

Nikolai Medtner

Märchen Es-Dur op. 26/1 (Skazki »Vier Märchen«) (1912 ca.)

Franz Liszt

Die Rose S 556 (Bearbeitung für Klavier nach Franz Schubert D 745) (1825/1833)

Nikolai Medtner

Canzona serenata (Zabitiye motivi »Vergessene Weisen« op. 38) (1918?–1920)

Märchen fis-moll op. 26/4 (Skazki »Vier Märchen«) (1912)

Alexander Skrjabin

Sonate Nr. 3 fis-moll op. 23 (1897)


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Margaret Atwood: Penelope and the twelve maidens

Penelope and Odysseus in a modern guise: a reading by Canadian author Margaret Atwood that invites a change of perspective and transfers the myth into the 21st century - including a change of media and genre. »The Penelopiad« was published in 2005 as part of the first of the »Canongate Myth Series«, in which contemporary authors reworked myths in literary form.

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