Wolfgang Martin Schede
Wolfgang Martin Schede (11 May 1898 – 4 January 1975) was a German writer, dancer, actor, choreographer, artist and photographer. A critic wrote that he was "Als Tänzer das, was Mary Wigman als Tänzerin bedeutet", meaning as dancer what Mary Wigman meant for women dancer).
Born in Stuttgart, Schede wrote poems, novels, plays and ballets. He also wrote a biography of the choreographer Max Terpis. He was a prolific writer of educational radio plays for Schulfunk in Switzerland and Germany, including radio dramas, staged readings and literary adaptations.
- Farbenspiel des Lebens. Max Pfister Terpis. Architekt Tänzer Psychologe 1889–1958. Atlantis, Zürich 1960.
He wrote Kokua, a play for the stage, to which Harald Gemzner composed music in 1952/53.
- Manfred Bosch 3rd edition. p. 179, 2007. : Bohème am Bodensee: Literarisches Leben am See von 1900 bis 1950,
- Peter, Frank-Manuel. ""Als Tänzer das, was Mary Wigman als Tänzerin bedeutet" / Wolfgang Martin Schede / 1898–1975, Tänzer, Choreograph" (in Deutsch). Deutsches Tanzarchiv. Retrieved 24 March 2020.
- Schede Wolfgang Martin on ZVAB
- Farbenspiel des Lebens. Max Pfister Terpis. Architekt Tänzer Psychologe 1889–1958 on WorldCat
- "Bühnenmusik / 40 Kokua (Kiano). Ein Bühnenspiel von Wolfgang Martin Schede. Musik von Harald Genzmer (1952/53)" (PDF) (in Deutsch). Bavarian State Library, Music Department. Retrieved 29 December 2020.
- Bohème am Bodensee: Literarisches Leben am See von 1900 bis 1950 on Amazon
- Literature by and about Wolfgang Martin Schede in the German National Library catalogue
- Wolfgang Martin Schede discography at Discogs
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