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Wolfgang Martin Schede

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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).[1]

Career[edit]

Born in Stuttgart,[1] 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 [de] in Switzerland and Germany, including radio dramas, staged readings and literary adaptations.[1][2]

Publications[edit]

  • Farbenspiel des Lebens. Max Pfister Terpis. Architekt Tänzer Psychologe 1889–1958.[3] Atlantis, Zürich 1960.

He wrote Kokua, a play for the stage, to which Harald Gemzner composed music in 1952/53.[4]

Further reading[edit]

  • Manfred Bosch [de]: Bohème am Bodensee: Literarisches Leben am See von 1900 bis 1950,[5] 3rd edition. p. 179, 2007.

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 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.
  2. Schede Wolfgang Martin on ZVAB
  3. Farbenspiel des Lebens. Max Pfister Terpis. Architekt Tänzer Psychologe 1889–1958 on WorldCat
  4. "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.
  5. Bohème am Bodensee: Literarisches Leben am See von 1900 bis 1950 on Amazon

External links[edit]


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Category:1898 births Category:1975 deaths Category:People from Stuttgart Category:German radio writers Category:20th-century German writers



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