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André Gide: Der schlecht gefesselte Prometheus

Wednesday 28 February 2024



Jörg Ratjen, Lesung

Dmytro Choni, Klavier


André Gide

Der schlecht gefesselte Prometheus

Claude Debussy

Les collines d'Anacapri (Douze Préludes, 1. Buch) (1909)

Sergej Prokofjew

Sarkasme op. 17/1 (1912–1917)

Sarkasme op. 17/3 (1912–1917)

Lowell Liebermann

Gargoyle op. 29/1 (1989)

Claude Debussy

Et la lune descend sur le temple qui fût (Images, Band 2) (1907–1908)

Lowell Liebermann

Gargoyle op. 29/3 (1989)

Gargoyle op. 29/2 (1989)

Sergej Prokofjew

Sarkasme op. 17/2 (1912–1917)

Sarkasme op. 17/4 (1912–1914)

Ludwig van Beethoven

3. Satz: Marcia funebre sulla morte d'un Eroe (Sonate As-Dur op. 26) (1800–1801)

Sergej Prokofjew

Sarkasme op. 17/5 (1912–1914)


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André Gide: The badly bound Prometheus

The French writer André Gide wrote a play (»Sotie«) on the Prometheus myth, in which literally no stone is left unturned. Throughout literary history, the figure of Prometheus has been interpreted in different ways: In ancient times, he was regarded as the originator of human civilization and the one who brought fire. For some, Prometheus became an allegory of progress, while others saw him as the embodiment of boundless, god-like power that went beyond the limits of humanity. Gide also explored classical antiquity beyond Prometheus: in 1931, for example, he wrote the drama »Œdipe«.

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