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Noun1.Hoffmannsthal - German poet who wrote libretti for operas by Richard Strauss (1874-1929)
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The voluminous correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal, first published in 1952, opened up a variety of perspectives on the collaborators' working relationship, their musical and dramatic models, and the evolution of their operas from conception to completion.
Into the richly comic weft of the opera Richard Strauss and his librettist Hugo von Hofmannsthal wove a serious warp - a meditation on the depredations of time.
The Rialto Theatre will offer those of us who are not familiar with the myth a chance to get to know it and, for those of us who do, a new way of getting to know it through Richard Strauss's opera, with libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal.
Por ultimo, en la seccion "Pajaros en el alambre", Rebeca Mata reflexiona sobre el libreto de la opera La mujer sin sombra, de Richard Strauss, escrito por Hugo von Hofmannsthal.
Yet in the cultural milieu of fin-de-siecle Vienna, the same environment that produced Arthur Schnitzler and Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Robert Musil and Joseph Roth, Zweig was neither genius nor alchemist.
Soy poeta--dijo Hugo von Hofmannsthal, en 1891--porque mi experiencia es pictorica.
Further writers discussed include Bourget, Peladan and Barres, as well as Swedish author Ola Hansson, and Austrian novelists Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Thomas Mann.
Among the visitors were Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss, conductor Bruno Walter and writers Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Thomas Mann (in 1905, Mann married one of the Pringsheim daughters).
Hugo von Hofmannsthal and the Austrian idea; selected essays and addresses, 1906-1927.
When Hugo von Hofmannsthal was barely eighteen, his Viennese fin-de-siecle contemporaries hailed that his verses contained "such perfection, such faultless plasticity, such musical feeling" that they had not thought "possible since Goethe" This new assemblage of his work, however, showcases what Hofmannsthal wanted most out of writing: Verwandlung, or transformation.
4 Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Elektra (Frankfurt: Fischer Taschenbuch, 1994), pp.