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Erwin Steinhauer - Dracula, Dracula (H.C. Artmann) album mp3

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Erwin Steinhauer - Dracula, Dracula (H.C. Artmann) album mp3
  • Performer:
    Erwin Steinhauer
  • Title:
    Dracula, Dracula (H.C. Artmann)
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  • Date of release:
    May 29, 2009
  • Size FLAC version
    1902 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1554 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1708 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.8
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    721
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Dracula, Dracula (.

Artmann wrote a number of humorous stories, including parodies of Dracula, (dracula dracula, 1966), Frankenstein, (Frankenstein in Sussex, 1969) and Hollywood fantasy films ("In the Gulf of Carpentaria"). H. C. Artmann (†79) died from a heart attack on 4 December 2000 in Vienna  . Aus meiner Botanisiertrommel: Balladen u. Naturgedichte (1975).

Album · 2013 · 7 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.

C. Artmann, Erwin Steinhauer, Georg Graf, Peter Rosmanith.

Written by H. Artmann, narrated by Peter Fricke, Stefanie Stappenbeck, Max Urlacher, Peter Dvor, Alexander Hauff. Der junge Sir Johann Adderley Bancroft - Hörern aus Artmanns unvergesslichem "Geheimnis des Werwolfs" als ebenso zaghaft wie begehrenswert bekannt - hat sich mit seiner Verlobten Edwarda Cornwallis auf den Weg zum Grafen Dracula gemacht. Da alle Wege eines britischen Adligen über London führen, hatte er dort auch Bram Stoker aufgesucht, der ihn nicht nur durch seine schier unglaublichen Vampyr-Geschichten, sondern auch durch seine Kenntnis der transsylvanischen Geographie und Tradition beeindruckte.

Dracula is planning to immigrate to England, and wants Harker to help him hammer out all the legal details. Harker is at first impressed by Dracula's suave politeness, but is soon creeped out by the Count's uncanny ability to communicate with wolves and by the lack of servants-or anyone else-in the Count's huge castle. Soon after, Harker realizes that he's a prisoner in the castle. only to be discovered and almost seduced/devoured by three sexy vampire ladies (the brides of Dracula). Meanwhile, Dracula has arrived in England, but hasn't shown himself yet. A patient in Dr. Seward's hospital, Renfield, continually captures and eats insects, spiders, and birds and says that the "Master" is coming soon. Lucy starts acting weird-she seems to be losing blood, but no one knows where the blood's going.

Bram Stoker's Dracula is a 1992 American gothic horror film directed and produced by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker. Rotten Tomatoes' consensus cited "some terrific performances", although Reeves's performance has been widely criticized.

Credits

Erwin Steinhauer - Primary Artist