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Examples of "mitterer"
In 1990, the drama "Munde" by Felix Mitterer was premiered on the Hohe Munde.
Mitterer died on October 25, 2013, at the age of 66.
Coon and Mitterer stated: "Approximately 70 percent of married women and men masturbate at least occasionally."
Mitterer is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
2003: "Sibirien" [Siberia], freely adapted from the theatre piece Sibirien by Felix Mitterer
In 1992 he received (together with Felix Mitterer) the Adolf Grimme Silver Award for the Piefke Saga.
Wolfgang Mitterer (born 6 June 1958 in Lienz, East Tyrol) is an Austrian composer and musician (organ, keyboard).
Peter Mitterer (November 23, 1946 – October 25, 2013) was an Austrian politician. Mitterer served as a member the Federal Council, the upper chamber of the Austrian Parliament, from 2005 until his death in 2013. He simultaneously served as the President of the Federal Council of Austria in 2005 and again in 2010.
In 1924 Erika Mitterer began writing poems to Rilke, who wrote back with approximately fifty poems of his own, and called her verse a "Herzlandschaft" (landscape of the heart). This was the only time Rilke had a productive poetic collaboration throughout all his work. Mitterer also visited Rilke. In 1950 her "Correspondence in Verse" with Rilke was published, and received much praise.
Wolfgang Mitterer studied with Otto Bruckner in Graz in 1977, and then from 1978 to 1983 at the Vienna University of Music he studied organ with Herbert Tachezi and composition with Heinrich Gattermeyer before working for a year at the studio for electroacoustic music (EMS) in Stockholm in 1983. This was followed by scholarships to Rome in 1988 and Berlin from 1995 to 1996. In 1991 Mitterer founded the Olongapo label.
Wolfgang Mitterer has lectured at the Vienna University of Music as well as at the Darmstadt International Summer Courses for New Music. He is a supervisory board member of austro mechana.
Well known climbing tours are the "Alte Südkante" (grade VII-, first climbed in 1930 by Huber and Mitterer) and the "Direkte Südkante" (VI/A1 or VIII-, first achieved in 1936 by Anderl Hinterstoißer and Toni Kurz shortly before Kurz's death on the north face of the Eiger).
The irony of Royce's film career is that he ended up portraying the very people he had fled from in Germany and Austria. In the 1990s, a play about Royce's life was written by Felix Mitterer, titled "In der Löwengrube" (English: "In the Lion's Den"). It premiered at the Volkstheater in Vienna on January 24, 1998.
Wien Modern is a modern music festival in Austria that was founded by Claudio Abbado in 1988. It was created with the intent of revitalizing the traditional music scene of Vienna. Friedrich Cerha, Johannes Maria Staud, Mark Andre, Wolfgang Mitterer, Olga Neuwirth, Peter Eötvös, and Georg Friedrich Haas have been featured at the festival since its inception.
Choreographer Saskia Hölbling staged in 2002 "Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda" by Claudio Monteverdi combined with "A-Ronne" by Luciano Berio. In 2004 she developed a choreography with four dancers for "Labyrinth" in collaboration with the composer Wolfgang Mitterer and the video artist Alexej Paryla, It was performed at the Semper Depot of Vienna by DANS.KIAS, with Katia Plaschka, soprano.
In 1899 Franz Kranewitter, a Tyrolean author of patriotic dramas, wrote a play dedicated to the figure of the rebel, named Michel Gaissmayr. In the summer of 2001, at the theatre festival Tiroler Volksschauspiele a drama dedicated to the rise and fall of Gaismair by the Austrian author Felix Mitterer was staged.
In addition Mitterer has appeared as an organist, interpreting works by Bach, Messiaen and Ligeti among others. He has played in off locations such as in a quarry and in a disused fortification complex in Tyrol. He has also been involved in the Donaueschingen Festival (Donaueschinger Musiktage), the steirischer herbst and the Darmstädter Ferienkurse (Darmstadt International Summer Courses for New Music). Alongside sound installations and numerous electronic collages Wolfgang Mitterer has also written chamber music, scenic works, also operas, a piano concerto and music for orchestra and organ. In addition he has worked on experimental films, radio plays and theatres, has written live accompaniments to silent movies, but also music for the shows of a fashion designer.
Erika Mitterer (1906–2001) was an Austrian writer. When she was 18, in 1924, she began writing poems to Rainer Maria Rilke, who wrote back with approximately fifty poems of his own, and called her verse a "Herzlandschaft" (landscape of the heart). She wrote about 117 poems to him in all. This was the only time Rilke had a productive poetic collaboration throughout all his work. She also visited Rilke. When she was 24 her first volume of poems was published; it was well-received, and Stefan Zweig called her "a great poet". During the time of Nazi Germany she wrote for the periodical "Das innere Reich", and also published the novel "The Prince of Darkness". In 1950 her "Correspondence in Verse" with Rilke was published, and received much praise. In 1992 a documentary about her, titled "Ericka Mitterer, Das Videoportrait: Dank des Lebens" was made.
In 1968 he undertook his first film experiments. Together with Zbigniew Rybczyński he created his first animated movies. His movies are auteur films, in which he is mostly responsible for all areas of production from script to music. He worked with writers such as Gerhard Rühm, Antonio Fian and Gernot Wolfgruber, painters such as Maria Lassnig, Tone Fink or musicians such as Wolfgang Mitterer together. Through his specialization in animation film his work has a special position in the Austrian film avant-garde.
Born in Vilshofen an der Donau, near Passau, Drexel trained as an actress in Munich, where she was also given her first engagement. She subsequently worked in Berlin (as a member of the Berliner Ensemble during 1955-56), Wuppertal, Darmstadt and Düsseldorf. She also appeared, to great critical acclaim, in new plays by Franz Xaver Kroetz and Felix Mitterer. In 1980, she co-founded the "Tiroler Volksschauspiele" in Telfs, Tyrol.