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Performer: Hanno Herzler
Title: Die Geisterinsel
Relesed: January 1, 2004
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 658
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17 tracks · 16 July 2008. Weltraumabenteuer 13 - Dr. Brockers Erbe. Weltraumabenteuer 14 - Abgründe am Abendstern.

Current City and Home Town.

Hanno Herzler grew in Biberach on. He trained as a radio producer. Then he studied Protestant theology in Marburg and Tübingen with Master's degree in Marburg. During the period of study he had to continue their education for speech coach. Since 1991 he works as a freelance journalist, author, radio drama director as well as rhetoric - and personality trainer. Herzler has over 75 own radio plays written for various publishers and more than 30 audiobooks implemented.

Die Geisterinsel is a Singspiel in 3 acts by Johann Rudolf Zumsteeg for Stuttgart, but premiered in 1805 in Dresden. A recording featuring Christiane Karg, Falko Hönisch, Benjamin Hulett, Sophie Harmsen, Patrick Pobeschin, Christian Immler, Kammerchor Stuttgart, Hofkapelle Stuttgart, Frieder Bernius was issued on Carus in 2011. It is based on a short story, Under the Jaguar Sun by Italo Calvino, but incorporates excerpts from Friedrich Einsiedel's 1778 libretto (as reworked by Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter between 1790 and 1791) for an opera based on Shakespeare's The Tempest. This became Die Geisterinsel in 1798, set to music written by Friedrich Fleischmann.

Die Geisterinsel (Zumsteeg). Die Geisterinsel is a Singspiel in 3 acts by Johann Rudolf Zumsteeg for Stuttgart, but premiered in 1805 in Dresden

Die Geisterinsel (German for The Enchanted Island) is an opera libretto written by German poet and dramatist Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter (1746–1797), after an earlier version by his friend Friedrich von Einsiedel, based on Thomas Shadwell's operatic version of Dryden's The Enchanted Island, itself based on Shakespeare's The Tempest. After Gotter's death his widow was persuaded by Schiller to publish her late husband's libretto in his Die Horen in issues 8 and 9 of 1797

Credits

Hanno Herzler - Primary Artist
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