Some articles on celan:

Six Celan Songs • The Ballad Of Kastriot Rexhepi
... Six Celan Songs • The Ballad of Kastriot Rexhepi is the 54th album release by Michael Nyman, who not only composed but also conducted both the works on the album ... The first, a setting of poetry by Paul Celan, was originally recorded by Ute Lemper and the Michael Nyman Band on The Michael Nyman Songbook in 1991, and here the band is joined by Hilary Summers ...
Matthias Kadar - Works For Ensemble
... and percussion (2004) ‘Goethe Rilke Celan, 5+1 Gedichten’ for youth girl chor in 6 movements with * ‘ Wandrers Nachlied’, * ‘Der Zauberlehrling ... Rimbaud) for string quintet and voice (2007) 'poèmes de Paul Celan'for the Nederlands Kamerkoor (2007) 'Spät und tief' by Paul Celan'for the Nederlands Kamerkoor (2007) 'Corona' by Paul Celan'for the Nederlands ...
Paul Celan
... Paul Celan (23 November 1920 – c ... former Kingdom of Romania (now Ukraine), and changed his name to "Paul Celan" (where Celan in Romanian would be pronounced Chelan, and was derived from Ancel ...
Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz - Lenz As A Literary Figure
... In Paul Celan's acceptance speech for the Georg Büchner Prize for Literature in 1960, both the historical man and the "Lenz" of Büchner's fragment figure ... Celan relates this to the life of the poem, asking, "Perhaps one can say that every poem has its 20th of January?" He adds that the poem remains mindful of such dates ... Celan also says of his work "Conversation in the Mountains," composed after a missed encounter with Adorno, that it was written from such a date that he started ...
Todesfuge - Composition and Publication
... in a Romanian translation titled "Tangoul Mortii" ("Tango of Death") in 1947 Celan's close friend Petre Solomon was the translator ... This version was also the first poem to be published under the pseudonym "Celan," an anagram for "Ancel," Celan's real name ... appeared in the 1948 The Sand from the Urns (Der Sand aus den Urnen), Celan's first collection of poems ...

Famous quotes containing the word celan:

    A word—you know:
    a corpse.
    —Paul Celan [Paul Antschel] (1920–1970)

    Tall poplars—human beings of this earth!
    —Paul Celan [Paul Antschel] (1920–70)

    In the rivers north of the future.
    —Paul Celan [Paul Antschel] (1920–1970)