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Henri-Pierre Roché: Jules und Jim

Wednesday 14 February 2024



Markus Meyer, Lesung

Cédric Pescia, Klavier


Henri-Pierre Roché

Jules und Jim

Maurice Ravel

Valses nobles et sentimentales (Nr. 1: Modéré – très franc) (1911)

Johannes Brahms

Walzer H-Dur op. 39/1 (1865)

Maurice Ravel

Valses nobles et sentimentales (Nr. 3: Modéré) (1911)

Erik Satie

Première Gnossienne (1890)

Je te veux. Valse chantée (1900)

Arnold Schönberg

Sechs kleine Klavierstücke op. 19 (1911)

Francis Poulenc

Improvisation Nr. 15 c-moll »Hommage à Edith Piaf« (1959)

Richard Wagner

Elegie As-Dur (1859–1882)

Claude Debussy

Minstrels (Douze Préludes, 1. Buch) (1910)

Erik Satie

Vexations (1892–1893)

La pieuvre (Sports et divertissements) (1914)

Première Gnossienne (1890)

Frédéric Chopin

Nocturne F-Dur op. 15/1 (1830–1831)

Erik Satie

Les courses (Sports et divertissements)

Première Gymnopédie (1888)


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Henri-Pierre Roché: Jules et Jim

The famous filmmaker François Truffaut recalls his correspondence with the author Henri-Pierre Roché: »If I were to make films one day, I would like to make ›Jules and Jim‹. He [Henri-Pierre Roché] liked the idea. We agreed that I would write the screenplay and he would write the dialogue, ›loose and tight‹, as he said himself.« Truffaut was delighted with his discovery of the nouvelle vague novel, which he found by chance in a box in a Paris bookshop. »Jules and Jim« tells the story of a love triangle and a male friendship - and the novel struck a chord with the times. It not only fascinated the filmmaker Truffaut, but also a large readership: the novel, which is based on autobiographical elements, and its film adaptation by Truffaut achieved the status of a classic of French cultural life.

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