Donnerstag, 28. Oktober 2021

Hanns Dieter Hüsch - Live im Unterhaus (1973)

Hanns Dieter Hüsch grew up in the Niederrhein-Area near the Netherlands and had to suffer of 'pes adductus' until he was 11 years old. Because he could not play with other children, he became a loner and began to write. When he was 22, Hüsch began to study in Mainz, "but I did not study, I wrote cabaret pieces". In 1949 Hüsch married Marianne and they had a daughter named Anna. At the time, they did not earn enough money to feed the young family, and Hüsch moved to Stuttgart, where he obtained employment at the local radio station. He worked under the direction of Guy Walter as author, songwriter and radio commentator.
 In 1955 Hanns Dieter Hüsch started his first cabaret ensemble, 'Arche nova', which became famous in southern Germany and Switzerland.
From 1965 on, Hüsch released phonograph records with literary cabaret pieces, chansons and poems - he sold more than 50 albums until his death. In 1967 he joined the left-wing German student movement and performed on Burg Waldeck. But some elements of the student movement did not like Hüsch's non-violent attitude. They heckled his performances from June 1968 until August 1969 and "it was just as if your comrades told you that you are not good enough for the fight and that you have to give it up", said Hüsch. He was disappointed and hurt by their actions against his art, decided not to perform in Germany for years, and moved to Switzerland.

In 1972 he returned to German cabaret stages and subsequently became one of the most productive and successful representatives of literary cabaret in Germany, with more than 200 performances every year. In 1985 his wife died, and Hüsch wrote his most successful programme ever: "Und sie bewegt mich doch"/"And yet she moves me". In 1988 Hüsch left Mainz and went to Cologne, where he met his second wife Christiane. In 1996 Hüsch contracted lung cancer, caused by his cigarette smoking, but survived. Until the end of 2000, he toured with his farewell programme "Wir sehen uns wieder" ("We will meet again") in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In 2001, a stroke ended his plan to play King Lear at the Staatstheater Dresden. Complications resulting from the stroke and cancer confined him to his home in Windeck near Cologne, where he was nursed by Christiane. Hanns Dieter Hüsch died 6 months after his 80th birthday.

It is said that more than 3.5 million people have seen Hanns Dieter Hüsch's live performances from 1947 to 2000. He received the Bundesverdienstkreuz and, twice, the German Cabaret award "Deutscher Kleinkunstpreis"; he also received honorary citizenship of Moers and Mainz, the North Rhine-Westphalia culture prize, the 1995 Kassel Literary Prize, and the culture prize of Rhineland-Palatinate, as well as other honors.

1. Schallplatte A-Seite 25:05
A1Hüsch Über Hüsch
A3Wie Ich Die Frieda Kennenlernte
A4Ich Schäm' Mich So
A5Von Windeln Verweht
A6Die Großen Leeren Plätze
A7Ich Möcht' Ein Clown Sein
1. Schallplatte B-Seite 25:46
B1Geistige Leute
B2Und Samstags Zu Beethoven
B4Holland & Norderney
2. Schallplatte A-Seite 24:55
C1Frieda Und Der Wilde Westen
C3Humanistisches Gymnasium
2. Schallplatte B-Seite 25:55
D1Silvester (Fortsetzung)
D2Die Prüfung
D5Sinn Des Lebens

Hanns Dieter Hüsch - Live im Unterhaus (1973)
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2 Kommentare:

RYP hat gesagt…

Hanns Dieter war für mich schon immer die beste Medizin, ein Lebenselixier... "Nachfeier" kann für Herzinfarktgefährdete allerdings tödlich sein...
Danke speziell für's "Starportrait" welches mir in meiner Hüsch-Sammlung noch fehlte.

zero hat gesagt…

Sehr gerne, ich genieße HDH auch immer wieder.

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