DER KONTRABASS PATRICK SUESKIND PDF

I had a very clear image in my head of a mids lonely musician who starts off arrogantly praising his instrument to downright hating it in a couple of pages. The This is a dramatic monologue which introduced me to some great music. What kind of man do you think Schubert is? What is she thinking? I loved the humor as well. My favorite part is a weird digression in which the protagonist psychoanalyses his instrument and musicians in general in an over-the-top manner, just to claim a page later, that psychoanalysis is over, of course, because its truths have become common knowledge.

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Start your review of Der Kontrabass. Texte und Interpretationen. Write a review Shelves: library-book , german-lit , reads , short-fiction This is a dramatic monologue which introduced me to some great music. I had a very clear image in my head of a mids lonely musician who starts off arrogantly praising his instrument to downright hating it in a couple of pages. The This is a dramatic monologue which introduced me to some great music.

What kind of man do you think Schubert is? What is she thinking? I loved the humor as well. My favorite part is a weird digression in which the protagonist psychoanalyses his instrument and musicians in general in an over-the-top manner, just to claim a page later, that psychoanalysis is over, of course, because its truths have become common knowledge.

There are no insights left to be had. Die Frau spielt ja in der Musik eine untergeordnete Rolle. Oder kennen sie eine namenhafte Komponistin? Eine einzige? Sehen Sie! Trotz seinem grammatikalischen Geschlecht ein weibliches Instrument - aber ein todernstes. While in the Perfume we were seduced by scents, in this fascinating play we are seduced by sounds. Narrated by a musician who plays double bass in a orchestra, he is sit somewhere in his soundproof house while he drinks beer constantly and talk.

The double bassist tells us after all about the instrument he plays and how it has repercussions in his life. There are many references to classical music and to techniques of a musician but somehow you pass thought theme easily, because they are presented in a very soft way, as well as all the names of compositors he mentions.

I must be honest, I read the book in some hours and spend most of the time listening to the compositors and works he mentioned, I guess it worked pretty much as the soundtrack. I had no idea what the book would be like and surprised me very much to enjoy the lightness of how it can be interpreted.

He secretly loves the soprano Sarah whom he thinks that most likely never noticed him and aims to claim for her attention probably screaming in the middle of a musical performance, projecting her to the fame with such audacity, making everyone notice her beautiful voice and make her the principal soprano and proclaim himself it as a historical day and probably be fired in the ending because he is just a double bassist.

He compares the orchestra with human society, since he feels despised due to his post in the orchestra and in society the individuals that do the most degrading jobs are the most despised by the others and he do think the double bassists are the ones who need more strengthens by many levels.

With this he makes a accurate critic to the modern society. There might exist wars in the world but music would not be a war, it helps people to reunite, because music have the ability to change minds and to touch hearts and to reproached hurt souls.

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