BRAHMS SPIELT KLAVIER
Aufgenommen im Hause Fellinger 1889.
OEAW PHA CD 5, 1997
Re-recording of the complete cylinder. With a spoken introduction and commentary by Imogen Fellinger. In cooperation with the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz.
ARTHUR SCHNITZLER UND SCHRIFTSTELLER SEINER ZEIT
Selected and commented by Peter Michael Braunwarth.
OEAW PHA CD 4, 1997
Against much resistance, Burckhard, director of the Burgtheater, premiered Schnitzlers Liebelei. His voice portrait demonstrates Burckhard’s mental closeness to Schnitzler’s world. In return, Schnitzler modelled a number of characters in his pieces on Burckhard’s person.
KAISER FRANZ JOSEPH, STIMMPORTRÄT 1903.
With an introduction by Helmut Rumpler.
OEAW PHA CD 3, 1997
The voice portrait contains the Emperor’s elaborate statement, ending with the famous phrase “Es hat mich sehr gefreut ...”.
REDEN ZUR EINFÜHRUNG DES ALLGEMEINEN UND GLEICHEN WAHLRECHTS 1906
zweite, verbesserte Auflage.
With an introduction by Helmut Rumpler and a comment by Rainer Hubert.
OEAW PHA CD 2, 2006
Reissue of the 1996 CD on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the universal, equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot, in a fresh and improved transfer with an updated introduction by Helmut Rumpler.
REDEN ZUR EINFÜHRUNG DES ALLGEMEINEN UND GLEICHEN WAHLRECHTS 1906.
Commented by Rainer Hubert, with a preface by Adam Wandruszka.
OEAW PHA CD 2, 1996
Social democrat Adler, one of nine politicians of various parties who commented on suffrage in a voice portrait, makes a euphoric statement. Members of the liberal Christian Social parties are fluctuating between confidence and scepticism.
KÜNSTLER DES SPÄTHISTORISMUS.
Comment by Walter Krause.
OEAW PHA CD 1, 1996
Wurm-Arnkreuz’ thoughts on “Style and Fashion in Architecture”, in addition to comments by six further painters and sculptors.