Who is Brecht?

  • (noun): German dramatist and poet who developed a style of epic theater (1898-1956).
    Synonyms: Bertolt Brecht

Some articles on brecht:

Let No One Deceive You - Track Listing
... All songs by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill unless otherwise noted ... Mack the Knife" – 230 "The Love Market" (Brecht, Hanns Eisler) – 240 "We All Make the Bed That We Lie In – 337 "Song Of A German Mother" (Brecht, Eisler) – 358 "Lullabies I, II ...
Brecht, Germany
... Brecht is a municipality in the district of Bitburg-Prüm, in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany ... Birtlingen Bitburg Bleialf Bollendorf Brandscheid Brecht Brimingen Buchet Büdesheim Burbach Burg Dackscheid Dahlem Dahnen Daleiden Dasburg Dauwelshausen Dingdorf Dockendorf Dudeldorf Echternacherbrück ...
Supply And Demand (Dagmar Krause Album) - Track Listings - Supply and Demand
... Supply Demand (The Trader's Song)" (Brecht, Eisler) – 257 "Epitaph 1919" (Brecht, Weill) – 159 "German Miserere" (Brecht, Eisler) – 139 "O Falladah, Die du Hangest!" (Brecht ...
Supply And Demand (Dagmar Krause Album) - Track Listings - Angebot & Nachfrage
... Angebot Nachfrage (Song von der Ware)" (Brecht, Eisler) – 257 "Grabrede 1919" (Brecht, Weill) – 159 "Deutsche Miserere" (Brecht, Eisler) – 139 "O Falladah, Die du Hangest!" (Brecht ...
Margarete Steffin
... was a German actress and writer, one of Bertold Brecht's closest collaborators, as well as a prolific translator from Russian and Scandinavian languages ... In 1931, she took a diction class from Brecht's wife Helene Weigel and became his lover ... In 1933 Brecht and Weigel went into exile in Denmark ...

Famous quotes containing the word brecht:

    We need a type of theatre which not only releases the feelings, insights and impulses possible within the particular historical field of human relations in which the action takes place, but employs and encourages those thoughts and feelings which help transform the field itself.
    —Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956)

    You don’t need to pray to God any more when there are storms in the sky, but you do have to be insured.
    —Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956)

    Oh, the shark has pretty teeth, dear—
    And he shows them pearly white—
    Just a jackknife has Macheath, dear—
    And he keeps it out of sight.
    —Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956)