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Hans Hellmer / Johannes Maximilian - La Paloma / Sei Mir Nicht Böse, Vergib flac

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Performer: Hans Hellmer / Johannes Maximilian
Title: La Paloma / Sei Mir Nicht Böse, Vergib
Country: Germany
Released: 1934
Style: Tango, Vocal
Category: Latin / Pop
Rating: 4.0
Catalog #: 191
Label: Brillant-Special

Tracklist

1Sei Mir Nicht Böse, Vergib
Conductor – Eugen JahnOrchestra – Kapelle Eugen JahnVocals – Johannes MaximilianWritten By – Egon Nitsche
2La Paloma
Arranged By – William Grey Conductor – Otto StenzelMusic By – YradierOrchestra – Orchester der Scala BerlinVocals – Hans HellmerWritten By [Lyrics] – Heim


Notes

A - Lied
B - Tango


Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 370
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 395I
  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M.


Album

Release date. Catalog number. Artist is only Hans Hellmer. Maximilian is the other side. Sources used: Other links to allow for verification: History. Change by shs 2016-11-27 00:00:00 UTC. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Hans Hellmer на маркетплейсе Paloma - Mantovani & His Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. La Paloma, known in English as No More, is a popular Spanish song that has been produced and reinterpreted in diverse cultures, settings, arrangements, and recordings over the last 140 years. The song was composed and written by the Spanish composer from the Basque region Sebastián Iradier later Yradier in the 1850s. Iradier was to die in obscurity within few years, never to learn. Hans Bellmer. Die Puppe. Was Hans Bellmer mit seinen Spielen der Puppe offenbart, sind nicht nur schamlose Lüste, sondern auch der unverhohlene Schrecken zu sehen in der Galerie Brusberg Berlin. Hans Bellmer 13 March 1902 24 February 1975 was a German artist, best known for the life-sized pubescent female dolls he produced in the mid-1930s. Historians of art and photography also consider him a Surrealist photographer. Bellmer was born in the city of Kattowitz, then part of the German Empire now Katowice, Poland. Up until 1926, he worked as a draftsman for his own advertising company. Bellmer constructed his first doll-an artificial girl with multiple anatomical possibilities, he said-in 1933 in Berlin. He conceived it under the erotic spell of his young cousin Ursula, but he was also inspired by Jacques Offenbach's fantasy opera Les Contes d'Hoffmann The Tales of Hoffmann, 1880, in which the hero, maddened by love for an uncannily lifelike automaton, ends up committing suicide. In 1935 Bellmer constructed a second, more flexible doll, which he photographed in various provocative scenarios involving acts of dismemberment. La Paloma. This song is by Hans Albers and appearsLa Paloma. This song is by Hans Albers and appears on the compilation album Hoppla, jetzt komm' ich 1972. on the compilation album Unvergängliche Lieder - Seine größten Erfolge 1987. on the compilation album Der blonde Hans 1989. This song is featured in the movie Große Freiheit Nr. Unfortunately, we are not licensed to display the full lyrics for this song at the moment. Hopefully we will be able to in the future. Until then. how about a random page . Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice-the creation of provocative, often gHans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice-the creation of provocative, often g. After moving to Berlin in 1923, Bellmer became close with the Dada artists, particularly George Grosz, a politically minded painter who furthered Bellmers distrust of government. Fearing that his art would be outlawed by the Nazis as degenerate , in 1934 Bellmer sought acceptance abroad with André Breton and the French Surrealists, who embraced his work for its revolutionary nature and libidinous engagement with female youth. In addition to his sculptures, Bellmer produced prints, photographs, and drawings, always dealing with themes of abject sexuality and forbidden desire