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Hanns Dieter Hüsch
* May 6, 1925 - December 6, 2005
Hanns Dieter Hüsch * May 6, 1925 - December 6, 2005 After studying theater studies, the man from Moers lands in 1947 in Mainz at the student cabaret "Die Toleranten". In 1949, he released his first own programs. In 1956 he founded "Die Arche Nova". Since then, Hüsch has been travelling in the German-speaking world as a cabaret artist and small artist, writing books, producing records (for example, in the student year 1968 "Der Lästerer" at Polydor) and appearing on radio and television. His work has earned him many honours (including the Mainz Gutenberg Plaque and the State Prize of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, 1994).
Various Artists -
Symphony of the Stars Symphony of the Stars,
1920-90s (8-CD & 1-DVD with 192-page book)
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Hanns Dieter Hüsch
"He is - a bush" (Thomas Rothschild)
Hanns Dieter Hüsch (1925-2005) was not really a songwriter in the narrower sense. "But also any other job title - such as cabaret artist, humorist, solo entertainer - would be too narrow", Thomas Rothschild writes in his portrait book 'Liedermacher'. But Hüsch "is literally unique within the Federal Republican scene". Therefore the last 'word' should be granted to him at this point. With a commentary on the Deutschfolkwelle in the seventies. Which is just as unique - a Hüsch. This recording was made on 6 May 1978 and was the 23rd episode of 'Hanns Dieter Hüsch's Gesellschaftsabend' at Saarländischer Rundfunk. With a selection of highlights, it was entirely dedicated to the artist's 30th stage anniversary. However, the premiere of the folklore number had already taken place two and a half years earlier, in November 1975 at the 11th 'Gesellschaftsabend'. Hüsch's own traumatic experiences at the Waldeck Festival in 1968 are clearly echoed in the satirical introduction.
Various - songwriter in Germany
Vol.1, For whom we sing (3-CD)