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Chi-Chen Wu | Moritz Ernst | Georg Gädker

Briefe aus Stalingrad

  • Type CD
  • Label Perfect Noise
  • UPC 0719279933703
  • Catalog number MO 0712
  • Release date 06 September 2019
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Letters from Stalingrad
Herzliche Grüße Bruno (Best Regards Bruno) – Briefe aus Stalingrad (Letters from Stalingrad) is an electro-acoustic work conceived from the last letters written by my young uncle before being listed as missing in action in Stalingrad in late December 1942. Although there will forever be tragically unanswered questions as to Bruno’s exact fate, there is much we do know from the time before he was sent to Stalingrad in August 1942. First there are biographical details of his service information provided by the Deutsche Dienststelle and the Deutsches Rotes Kreuz (German Red Cross) ...........“

Ralf Yusuf Gawlick
 

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    1
    Annäherung; Andächtig, ruhig und unschuldig
     
    10:19
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    2
    Hitler: Rede im Münchener Löwenbräukeller (8. November, 1942)
     
    03:18
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    3
    Richard Tauber singt Lehár: Allein, wieder allein
     
    11:55
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    Reich Weihnachtsringsendung des deutschen Rundfunks
     
    06:11
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    Bruno Gawlick: Der vorletzte, handgeschriebene Brief
     
    04:25
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    Bruno Gawlick: Der letzte, getippte Brief
     
    02:42
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    Göring: Rede im Berliner Reichsluftfahrtministerium (30. Januar, 1943)
     
    01:40
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    Adagio aus Bruckners 7. Sinfonie (1. April, 1942)
     
    11:45

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