Schon rein physikalisch nicht. Aber ohne uns geht erst recht nichts. Jahrhundertelang sind Orchester ohne Dirigenten ausgekommen. Neunzehntes Jahrhundert. Seite 8. Nein, geboren wird man wirklich nicht zum Kontrabass.
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In turn sarcastic, naive, philosophical, amused, angry, tongue-in-cheek, desperate, arrogant and tender, this delightful monologue becomes all the funnier if seen as a lengthy "solo" performed by a player who seldomly gets any "solo" parts in an orchestra.
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A wryly humorous monodrama, Der Kontrabass consists of one uninterrupted monologue delivered by a classical bassist whose frustrated desire for professional and personal recognition gradually emerges amid self-deprecations and witty anecdotal jabs at the world of classical music. Speaking directly to his public from the intimate confines of his soundproofed bachelor's apartment, the bassist begins his self-ironic soliloquy with an overview of the role of the double bass in the classical orchestra, claiming that the bass is the most essential instrument, without …. Citation: Adams, Jeffrey T.. The Literary Encyclopedia.
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