LESEPROBE: Der Rattenfänger (German Edition)
Like the lush summer of the Berkshires around them, their romance. Paulus knows his way around the stage: Summer, which has a libretto by Joan Vail Thorne,. His writing for the voice. His orchestral writing is equally striking, not least because Mr. Paulus is adept at finding exactly.
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The string playing, in. But the blue bird finds its way back to the beautiful princess, although she is kept captive, and. His bluebird plumage, left behind, lends anybody who touches it. In Kantan, a young man drifting about and seeking a meaning to life takes shelter from a storm.
Falling asleep he dreams that he is an emperor in a. But as the dream turns to a nightmare, days and nights and the seasons of. He has now learned the futility of ambition: life is here and now. He goes back. In Damask Drum, an old gardener falls in love with a beautiful Lady. He is tricked by two boys. But the drum is magical,. In Un fair Exchange, an old blind man is persuaded by his young wife to go on an outing, to. He gives the old man his monkey and runs off with her.
The instrumentation of the small orchestra [ Le Marteau sans Maitre, although you can find elements of both. Orchestra: 3 Picc. On the other hand, there is. Remarks: The scenic realisation is done by actors; the vocal soloists may be placed in the pit. Eventually, the child tries to find out and to understand anything about the. A timid exchange starts. The opera is based on the story of. The opera was awarded the Bavarian theatre prize and received an award for the best premiere. It basically deals with how.
First you react with resistance, anger and hardening. But then you feel sorrow, fragility and vulnerability, like the child. Orchestra: 3 2pic, afl. F, G , Japanese temple bell, 4 large cb. World War I and its title, referring to a footballing trophy, comes from a Scottish song text by. Harry Heegan 23 is a local hero - a soldier on leave from the Great War, and a renowned footballer. In the flat above is a volatile young couple, Mrs Foran and her husband. The second act, a darkly expressionist vision of war, is cast for male.
In the second half of the opera, Harry is in a wheelchair, Teddy is. The final act, in which dance music plays almost. Gilgameh, king of Uruk, has enslaved his people. Aruru, the mother of god, to create a substitute king. Neither man wins, but the clinch of the struggle turns. They forge a celestial bull to. Gilgamesh beats Chumbaba and the people praise the returning heroes.
Ischtar sends out the bull after Enkidu. During the fight Enkidu is mortally wounded and dies in. Gilgameh sets off on his travels to find the secret of eternal life. After much wandering he. He dreams of Itnapischtim, the only survivor of the. With the help of the. Heavy brass sets the tone for the sound: tones which remind you of Rheingold and Siegfried.
Stravinsky and Strauss also send their regards. Nevertheless Kirchner has not merely mixed his references,. Kuhglockenspiel 1 Spieler — Cel.
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Wilhelm Busch, the German caricaturist, painter and poet wrote his satirical short story Geigenseppel. Franz Liszt. He plays with great success in front of the society ladies, and he is not only rewarded. When he awakes the next morning, his beautiful illusion turns into a nightmare: instead of his. Even worse: his beautiful date turns. The Geigenseppel.
This opera is a fabulous burlesque, larded with motives of the literary Romantic period, coloured. After a stay in Paris, Carlo Goldoni is spending his last evening before his departure for Venice. Suddenly the protagonists of his Trilogia della Villeggiatura Trilogy of Vacation come to him as. Giacinta is in love with Guglielmo, but her father Filippo prefers Leonardo who is supposed to. There is an exchange of words between Giacinta and Leonardo. But as Hans Magnus. Orchestra: 1 Picc. Steinway B oder Yamaha C6 — 12 Vc.
Remarks: The four Grand Pianos in the orchestra are played conventionally as well as prepared. The opera opens with the maid La Poncia complaining about her tyrannical mistress, Bernarda,. She orders eight. A young man,. La Poncia has observed that Pepe not only visits his bride Angustias at her window but also.
Adela, the youngest of the five sisters. When Angustias realises that the picture of Pepe which she. The atmosphere in the house is unbearably tense. Martirio confesses. Bernarda drives Pepe out of the. This piece leaves no member of its. Jakob von Gunten, a boy of unknown origin, arrives at the Benjamenta Institute, a school for. At the same time, the pupils introduce. But can he. Rivalry develops: Benjamenta and. Lisa alternately try to win over Jakob. Meanwhile, one by one the other pupils leave the institute. This is not sleek music, [ In its subliminal.
The story of the wanderer became a central and recurrent. In nine scenes and one epilogue,. Ahasver encounters a series of historical figures — Johannes Gutenberg, Martin Luther — each of. Merely a number, completely deprived. Remarks: All seven soprano parts should be sung by one singer. The chorus singers play different. We first see him as a young man fully in command with a bright future. This haunting and disturbing tale speaks forcefully to us in any age. However, the synopsis has. After the opening scene set in the 19th. The search for truth which has occupied both Stepan and.
Stephen has provided no answers, only darkness and silence: perhaps this is the final lie. It is not shy of facing. It is admirably concentrated. The lady starts to doubt whether she did everything right. Maybe she. Nat wins, he will get one more day to live. Night sets in and with it the game between life and. Death starts. While the personification of Death is concentrating on her cards, Nat tries to find. He constantly digs deeper and asks a lot of questions. This failure in her first job saps her selfconfidence. The play presents us with a single,.
The script consists of several speech. Only two words manage. It is made up of thoughts that circle. Beyond every seemingly meaningless semantic surface there are many deep. Only when. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Strasbourg in the s. While celebrating the profits he has made from manufacturing mirrors. As he discloses to Nicholas of Cusa,.
Alone G excitedly reflects. But his reverie is rudely. As he reaches crisis-point, three. Mainz in the s. When Fust, his backer, turns up to monitor progress,. G, irritated, defends the painstaking slowness of the work. Fust is angry and impatient. So is. The imminent crisis. Among the witnesses called. The case is awarded to Fust. In the Epilogue, a benign G. For long stretches of time you. Das Salome-Prinzip is a new take on the biblical subject already famously treated by Massenet.
It describes, explains. Salome who, in the first half of the opera, finds in Jochanaan a positive. The score for eleven instruments resonates. This piece is a real alternative to the sumptuous. These lovers faced timeless issues: passionate love,. The new work is real opera: memorable, even heart-rending ensembles, characters nicely drawn,. Schlagzeug 1 Spieler : Crot. Emilie: she needs the person facing her to utter a word, just one word. In order for this to happen, the.
The musicians accompany her by exploring. In this remarkably. On the stage players from the ensemble : Kontrabassklar. Revolution is raging in the streets of Paris and the Palais-Royal is blown up. Meanwhile the customers. The girls look on as Madame collects. The play is filled with constantly sparkling role-play,.
Where these principles are. Diana and Dodi are disturbed by the attention of the paparazzi, who intrude into. Diana recollects how she has always felt unwelcome. When the interest and intrusions of press and. Songs and scenes run into each other as music and film subliminally draw the audience in. Patrizia and Bruno are a couple of bio-technicians who, thanks to the collaboration of their.
The unique selling point of their product is that it can feel. The clone, named Justine, is a copy of. Widmann works his way through tradition to find his own dramatic, quietly interconnected and. When his beloved wife Minna dies, Thiel, a lone signalman on the Berlin-Breslau railway line,. To this purpose, he marries the farm girl Lene.
But as soon as his new wife has given birth to their child, she starts to abuse Tobias. Thiel is. Like the experienced composer that he is, Schneider knows how to accompany scenic events instrumentally,. The life of the South Tyrolean knight, politician, poet and composer Oswald von Wolkenstein. Wolkenstein is a flamboyant. Middle Ages yet informed by the thinking and feeling of the early stirrings of modern times. Oswald, who travelled widely, was an early kind of world musician and his songs reflect the many. This gives Hiller the opportunity to create a world-musical polystyle,.
With it. However, he gradually forgot her and finally. Hanako, a geisha girl, was plighted to Yoshio some years ago. When they had to part, they exchanged. Jitsuko reads it and is afraid that Yoshio might read the article. Although Jitsuko tries to get in the way, he finally. Love, beauty and death intertwine in a tangle rich of allusions, meanings and psychoanalytical. In addition, Toshio Hosokawa has composed sounds which shimmer in a huge range of instrumental. The basis of the libretto is the scene of. This central moment, this one phrase builds with. Schweitzer uses an extremely condensed text: only one sentence!
Thus the 11 sections in the piece. The four actors on the stage talk and. Bronx, played by Belize — Ghost 1, a ghost of a dead Prior Walter from the 13th century, played. Orchestra: 3 Vokalisten S. There would be material here for a musical drama that, in a traditional manner, took hold of. In opera, the distinctions between realistic and non-realistic characters are. Popular song is often just beneath the surface, and that, together with the obvious amplification,. Similarly, consistency has gone from this piece. The rhythms remain those. Eotvos to the. They do.
Beyond all that, the accompanying score suggests that Mr. Beatrice, the daughter of the nobleman Vermandero, falls passionately in love with Alsemero. She gives her servant De Flores the task of eliminating her unloved bridegroom. Beatrice abandons herself to her unexpected. Antonio succeeds in. But the wedding night presents a problem for Beatrice: she is no longer a.
To keep this secret from Alsemero, she is represented by her untouched lady-in-waiting,. She fails to see that Diaphanta is also in love with Alsemero and longs to satiate her. But she realises that she still has not freed herself from him. At the end Beatrice is forced to. Vipern is a very archaic piece, about suppressed love and desire which might explode at any. Orchestra: Fl. Remarks: The title figure Augustinus does not appear on stage in person but is reflected in the.
As in Wolkenstein, the centre of the church opera Augustinus is also a historical figure who. Augustinus, which keeps the balance between philosophical thoughts and dramatic elements. Wilfried Hiller has thought deeply about the mysteries that inform our thoughts and beliefs. Orchestra: 2 pic 2 ca 2 bcl A progressive drama of temptation, responsibility, and faith. Clyde quickly moves on to a new love interest in Sondra Finchley. Before long, Clyde is juggling. Clyde schemes to rid. The central character Clyde Griffiths is everyman, and.
Tragedy [ The cast seemed to relish singing Mr. Critics and opera. The score is full of such careful touches [ Remarks: The work can be performed as a scenic oratorio with or without video projection or. This is music theatre composed solely for choir, soloists and orchestra. It deals with the basic. Individual thoughts. Jost dissects his piece with scientific precision, extracts individual voices like single nerve cords,. This piece functions like a metaphorical mobile, where different. Orchestra reduced version : 1 pic. Picker is among the most accomplished American opera composers of his generation.
It was a coup. An appropriate darkness emanates from Mr. The vocal. An inspired work… a worthwhile contemporary American opera. The text can. We have a text from an era during which music theatre originated,. And if we think about the historical circumstances — the situation in Germany. A wide range of different ways of tonal articulation is laid out. Behind this fluctuation there is. The impression given is of a music that leads from the. Berliner Zeitung, Caron, Mehemed Ali, Dr. Servant, 1. Slave, Geheimrat Brenzlow, Dr.
Freund, Dr. In the first part you can listen to life being lived to the full:. Twelve-note music, folk song,. Adama Czernowin : 1 auch Picc. European couple who are in love and held in slavery in a foreign Oriental country, the situation. The lovers themselves speak two different languages and encounter each.
Adama is therefore not the. Thus, the various musical spheres are interwoven and enter a dialogue. This interplay of sound. Ensemble: 6perc glsp, vib, crot, 2mar, bass mar, steel drum, tub bells, 2tri, 4sus cym, 2sizz. More people have travelled into space than into the. The Paper Nautilus is the result of a collaboration between Gavin Bryars and. The work is based on an. The television series Blue Planet was an inspiration to further research,. The two voices sing alternate sections, though often coming. Moods and speeds also followed the Bryars template: slow,.
To have Georg Cantor as the protagonist of a newly commissioned work has the potential to attract. On a hot Friday in a block of flats on the outskirts of a German city, there is a problem with. During his inspection the caretaker Lohmeier meets Franziska Dehke and her. Arabian flatmate Fatima Mansur.
Fatima is visited by her boyfriend Kalil every evening, while. Peter Kaparti, the neighbour, is irresistibly drawn to. The temporal. Seemingly light. Out of this I had to compose a polyphonic yet swinging. The five dramatis personae, who each have a great deal of possibilities for characterisation,. This story captures the everyday happenings of rural America in all of its glories and shortcomings. Such glimpses of small town life here. This Is the Rill Speaking, a setting of a Lanford Wilson play, offers a vision of rural, small-town life.
Six singers fill eleven roles, accompanied by a string quartet, double bass, wind quintet and harp. It is pleasant and endearing,. It is playful, jazzy, casual, insouciant, earnest, and warm. It has the melodies. It is very American, though not the least unsophisticated. At the battlefield on the eve of the first conflict of a massive civil war, the noble Prince Arjuna. He must lead his army against an enemy. Unable to justify such violence against his own people,. In the ensuing dialogue, Krishna. At first entranced and then horrified, Arjuna begs Krishna to stop the.
His horizons newly expanded, Arjuna understands that he. North Indian vocals co-mingle with a Western tenor and. Improvisation is common to both musical worlds, with the Indian singer, tabla player and. The opera is set in China during the years. Chinese mother in present-day San Francisco. The story sweeps from fable-like past to factual. Shifting times and locales are linked by a recurring. The opening came when I met Beijing Opera master percussionist Li. Zhonghua on my first trip to China.
His imagination, musicianship and curiosity made me not just. After meeting. Working together over the last four years, we. Distributed by Schott Music. Performance material on hire. The Fly is an engrossing exploration of the physical and psychological transformation in which. Frustrated in his budding. An unseen fly enters the transmission booth as well, however, and Brundle.
I always believed The Fly to be a classic opera story. To bring this work to the opera stage has. Bohnenrassel; II: P. It plays in the tropical. One Sunday in the slave market in the port of Cartagena de Indias, a young girl is bitten by a. Although Sierva herself seems unhurt, this is a town where reason and superstition are at war,. What we have is the framework of a play infused with music. But here his music is organic and superbly accomplished, upper and lower frequencies set in. Traffic and motor sounds, spoken texts — String instruments, cembalo and the Turkish instruments.
The opera tells the story of the young German Turks Sibel and Cahit. Sibel enters into a sham. Her appetite for life and love. But Cahit becomes aware that he has actually fallen in love. In the heat of the moment, he kills one of her ex-lovers. Sibel, for her part,. The music written by the composer Ludger Vollmer for this story is energetic and emotional, its. Turkish instruments which give the music a foreign, yet characteristic sound that is appropriate.
Ludger Vollmer has […] created a mixture made of serious and entertaining musical elements,. The ensemble too. This is an opera with no story, but one that explores the critical moment within a story — a. The primary ingredients of crime fiction are darkness, violence and damaged people plus, of. Dark desires have to be played out, motive has to be. In Crime Fiction, the Author is engaged in a struggle with himself to preserve unadorned the.
The fit between the music and the words is as intimate as the action displayed, though not in a. Indeed, Watkins, in his first operatic essay, has contrived a textbook equilibrium. Music Theatre since An annotated catalogue. Alexander Goehr Claudio Monteverd.
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Gogo no Eiko There are numerous moments of almost narcotic beauty: tonal constructions which only Henze could have created which alternate between simple, enchanting cantabile [and] passages of extreme and catastrophically shrillest complexity. His soliloquies and fantasies constantly circle around his beloved Julia, the discoverer Amerigo Vespucci and a free and better world without a king and without exploitation.
The king and Julia arrive at the tower and the king gives in to her demand to free Sigismund. Meanwhile, the empire is in danger and the people threaten unrest.
The counsellors confer, no-one is sure how to deal with the situation. Amidst the confusion, the king informs the Privy Council of his decision that Sigismund should be the new king. Sigismund is rather unsure at first, not knowing whether he is being tricked and mocked, but all too soon his volatility takes over. He tortures the counsellors, announces the victory of the riotous rebels and wants to fraternize with the crowd. At the last moment the king intervenes and calms the situation with a few words.
This permanently varying sound structure circles round itself, tries to escape from its hermetic spiral and ends up where it started without achieving closure. If an audience recognises this principle intuitively, it will recognise variations as elements of tension. And this is the most important fact for me: An audience experiencing an exciting, sensuous and complex music theatre.
Clytemnestra greets her spouse and duplicitously invites him to enter the palace. Cassandra then raises her voice and all that can be discerned is that she is speaking of catastrophe and nemesis. Clytemnestra appears, before her the dead bodies of Agamemnon and Cassandra.
Clytemnestra crowns her beloved Aegisthus as king. The inebriated Aegisthus comes out of the palace. Orestes also raises his knife to kill Clytamnestra, hesitates, but is persuaded by Electra to kill their mother. Electra crowns Orestes as king, but while the masses are exulting, the blind man prophesises that this misdeed will only bring renewed disaster. Orestes is driven insane: he believes that he can hear the voice of his mother who has set the spirits of revenge upon him Erinys Against all expectations, the music remains extremely quiet over long periods.
Kirchner has categorically avoided superficial horror music. The music conjures up an atmosphere of permanent violence, both latent and direct, in which events simply occur — non-psychologically, factually, drastically, directly and grotesquely. In contrast, there are phases of repose and peace in which the music primarily develops in a linear and seemingly weightless fashion. Anyone who wishes to discover theatre and music theatre in an all-embracing sense can experience this in the new production of the opera Die Menschen […].
In the course of the revision of the work in the title was changed into St. Jago — Music and Pictures to Kleist. Selected Productions The text is not transformed musically, for example incorporated in a musical setting, but is presented in musical form: in a particular tempo and dynamic level and also in a particular tonal colouring. This transformation occurs on the one hand according to musical criteria, e. Through this manner of expression, undertones come to the surface and deeper layers of the text are made accessible. These are interludes which act as summaries.
Words and music are combined in the prelude and postlude in which the subject is the poet himself.
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Dieter Schnebel. Die Welt, Spurred on by his wife, he plans an assassination attempt on the Polish King Wenzel: in his unlimited sense of self-importance, Ubu is deeply convinced that he is the only one worthy of being king. With the aid of a gang of louts, the treacherous assassination is successful and Ubu proclaims himself as the new ruler to the jubilation of the blinded masses. From this point on, his sole occupation is to gain unlimited wealth. Without further ado, he hurls all major figures of his state — the aristocracy, judges and financiers — into a highly effective brain-smashing machine and seizes their riches.
Jarry depicts the prophetic image of a proletarian Philistine who — as soon as he has seized power — immediately initiates anarchistic acts of violence. Through parody and caricature, this primitive, power-hungry individual is however unmasked and revealed as a ridiculous figure — but in a tone of humour that freezes laughter in the throat.
Ubu Rex The music is determined by a vivid characterisation on the one hand, and on the other by an informal tone which enables the text to be easily heard and appreciated. The individual figures are assigned recognisable […] motifs and gestures and the […] orchestra is utilised with an economy more usually found in chamber music.
Although Teodoro has promoted the vain innkeeper to the rank of general, this can no longer save him. Arrested, maligned and now in a state of total bankruptcy, the unmasked imposter comes round to the bitter and ironic opinion that there is no ultimate security for anyone in the whole world.
Many of these alterations have originated out of my mania for variation which is shared by many German composers. I developed a great interest in the idea of devoting myself to Paisiello and revising his works in order to emphasise the vivacity, humour and tenderness inherent in his music […]. ED Performance material on hire Selected Productions During the battle, not having listened to the orders he was given, he attacks prematurely, endangering the outcome by sending his cavalry after retreating Swedes. Nevertheless, the attack is successful. The Prince is imprisoned, and the Elector is expected to ratify the sentence of death.
The Prince appeals through Princess Natalie, but she is told that the Prince must comply with the sentence. Natalie uses her Dragoons to free the Prince. Meanwhile, the Elector, knowing that he has taught the Prince his lesson, decides to pardon him. Blindfolded, the Prince is led towards his execution, but when the blindfold is removed, the Elector gives him the hand of the Princess. Der Prinz von Homburg The aged diva Donna Amanda lives isolated in an old disused opera-house and her only contact with the outside world is her former agent Edgar, who supplies her with no more than what is absolutely necessary.
Donna Amanda is lost in her dreams — memories of better times and hopes for better times in the future. Her hallucinations coalesce into the idea that she must sing before an audience once again. Amandas Traum Through the collision of three time levels, spaces for fantasy and mental images arise. Viewing and listening habits will be encouraged and undermined at the same time.
Game and reality, present and future merge almost imperceptibly and fluently — brilliant theatre, brilliant opera The scenes surround the ultimately inaccessible castle like a moat surrounding high walls. Although the attempts to reach the castle become successively more hopeless and K. Das Schloss Figures such as landlady, office secretary or messenger all have the function of impeding and confusing K. Each scene has its own individual tonal language, mode of expression and distinctive instrumentation.
She falls in love with Heinrich, but her aunt forbids her to marry him. Eduard, their wedding witness, has to tell Sophie, who is prostrate and decides to shoot herself. General Bosquet, a veteran of the Crimea war, takes care of her as his own child. Petersburg to tell Sophie that Heinrich has married a rich woman. When General Bosquet dies Sophie, now an orphan again, goes back to St. Die Rache einer russischen Waise Girlish dreams of the fairy prince, love at first sight, a guardian who stands in the way of young love, seduction, escape, unfaithfulness, lovesickness, thoughts of suicide, duel, death: no stereotype is left unexplored.
This work is a strange and unconventional presentation of contemporary music theatre. What in Rousseau is still a utopian idyll, becomes in Gruenauer and Kaiser a both pensive and cheerful game, juggling with feeling and expression. On stage: 1 gr. Something that has to be destroyed, so the town can get well again. Every time it produces money the form of a ghost of death, the smaller double of the Pied Piper, sets off into the world and something has to die. This could be a tree, a river or a child Nature has been turned into a desert, the river Weser is dry and the trees are dead.
You will find passages in the piece which clearly refer to the music of the Gothic period. This means renunciation of thirds, no final resolution in the vocal parts or in the orchestra. On stage: 4 Hr. A reduced orchestral setting is available. Prior to the opera, Dionysus has stated that he intends to revenge himself upon Agave and the women of Thebes because they have denied his divinity. At the start of the opera, Cadmus, King of Thebes, has abdicated his throne in favour of his son Pentheus.
Pentheus has learned of the cult of Dionysus, which involves wild and irrational rites, and decides to ban the cult in his city. A stranger arrives and entices the women into increasingly abandoned celebrations of Dionysus. Pentheus, still unwilling to acknowledge his onw Dionysiac impulses, is seduced by the stranger into disguising himself as a woman and going to Mouth Cytheron to observe the women in their sacred revelries.
In their frenzy, Agave his mother and Autone his sister sieze Pentheus and tear him limb from limb.
Still delirious and unaware, Agave cradles the severed head of her son in her arms. The stranger is revealed to be Dionysus himself. The Bassarids He then stirs up the neighboring nation, which prepares to invade in order to defend itself. To make sure the war goes forward, the arms dealer organizes a coup in Santa Maria. Meanwhile, the rush to war is resisted by Juan, a humble peasant, whose cow, his sole source of income, is confiscated so the government can pay for the war effort.
Sentenced to death, he is saved by the fact that none of the purchased weapons actually works. This discovery effectively halts the threat of war, Juan gets his cow back, and all ends happily, as the bad guys flee the island. Der Kuhhandel Ratsche — Str. Exhausted by the arduous climb across the Pyrenees, Lisa leaves Benjamin as night sets in, intending to return the next morning in the hope of leading him over the mountains to safety.
He spends his last night before committing suicide in a waking dream. Images of his past haunt him: his imprisonment in Paris, the evacuation to the camps and his childhood. Benjamin realizes that he has always been an outsider. One promises him freedom and the chance of a new life from which he is only a few hours away. Winterreise Humbert Humbert, professor of literature and sophisticate, is obsessed with year-old fatherless Lolita.
He seduces the girl and lives with her for some time after marrying pro forma her mother who dies shortly after.
Three years after the end of their increasingly fraught relationship, Humbert meets Lolita again, now married to another man and expecting his baby. Humbert takes bloody revenge on Quilty — and is sentenced to death in the electric chair. Lolita Scenic performance: The spoken texts are recited off stage from the side stage or from the pit.
The scenes are played in the centre of the stage. Only the orchestral parts are played, including the pre-recorded chorus parts. The underlying style of the music is therefore dark in tone, saturated with yearning and a madrigalistic solemnity only occasionally is one startled by sharp accents.
He has already subdued the masses and only three figures resist his power: the technocrat, the priest and the poet — personifications of knowledge, religion and art. The technocrat is instructed to master gravity with his specialised knowledge, to construct a spacecraft and conquer the universe; the priest is ordered to create synthetic food out of stones and the poet is entrusted to extol the greatness of the tyrant in words. The technocrat and priest are easily won over, but the poet refuses to carry out his task and is thrown into prison. However he is saved by the jailor, in defiance of the Regent, in an initiation and re-birthing ritual.
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