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A reading of Faust written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), German poet and novelist. English Translation by George Madison Priest. Uploaded in Chapters. This is the Dedication and Prologue in Heaven. Goethe is widely considered to be one of the most important thinkers in Western culture and is often cited as one of history's greatest geniuses.
13 Nov 2006
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Radiohead "In Rainbows" - Faust Arp acustic cover by KoAN
13 Nov 2007
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Founder of BioAg Dr. Robert Faust introduces his newest fulvic supplement product Wujinsan. Dr. Faust has formulated his Wujinsan from technologies thousands of years old. The Chinese have been using fulvics for health supplements for centuries. For more info check out humateproducts.com
30 Dec 2007
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FAUST videoclip, from the album: LIFE IS A SHORT ETERNITY. AKH MUSIC, Barcelona. Produced by Creacion Multimedia. Directed by Xavi G.Ubiergo & Tse Photographed by Oriol Vila Filmed on location in Barcelona, July 2008
9 Feb 2009
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Faust (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe) Will Quadflieg, Gustaf Gründgens Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg, 1960 Studierzimmer (Verse 1530-1867) Faust. Mephistopheles. Volltext: http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext00/8fau110.txt [...] MEPHISTOPHELES: Ich will mich hier zu deinem Dienst verbinden, Auf deinen Wink nicht rasten und nicht ruhn; Wenn wir uns drüben wiederfinden, So sollst du mir das gleiche tun. FAUST: Das Drüben kann mich wenig kümmern; Schlägst du erst diese Welt zu Trümmern, Die andre mag darnach entstehn. Aus dieser Erde quillen meine Freuden, Und diese Sonne scheinet meinen Leiden; Kann ich mich erst von ihnen scheiden, Dann mag, was will und kann, geschehn. [...] MEPHISTOPHELES: In diesem Sinne kannst du's wagen. Verbinde dich; du sollst, in diesen Tagen, Mit Freuden meine Künste sehn, Ich gebe dir, was noch kein Mensch gesehn. FAUST: Was willst du armer Teufel geben? Ward eines Menschen Geist, in seinem hohen Streben, Von deinesgleichen je gefaßt? Doch hast du Speise, die nicht sättigt, hast Du rotes Gold, das ohne Rast, Quecksilber gleich, dir in der Hand zerrinnt, Ein Spiel, bei dem man nie gewinnt, [...] Zeig mir die Frucht, die fault, eh man sie bricht, Und Bäume, die sich täglich neu begrünen! MEPHISTOPHELES: Ein solcher Auftrag schreckt mich nicht, Mit solchen Schätzen kann ich dienen. Doch, guter Freund, die Zeit kommt auch heran, Wo wir was Guts in Ruhe schmausen mögen. FAUST: Werd ich beruhigt je mich auf ein Faulbett legen, So sei es gleich um mich getan! Kannst du mich schmeichelnd je belügen, Daß ich mir selbst gefallen mag, Kannst du mich mit Genuß betrügen- Das sei für mich der letzte Tag! Die Wette biet ich! MEPHISTOPHELES: Topp! FAUST: Und Schlag auf Schlag! Werd ich zum Augenblicke sagen: Verweile doch! du bist so schön! Dann magst du mich in Fesseln schlagen, Dann will ich gern zugrunde gehn! Dann mag die Totenglocke schallen, Dann bist du deines Dienstes frei, Die Uhr mag stehn, der Zeiger fallen, Es sei die Zeit für mich vorbei! MEPHISTOPHELES: Bedenk es wohl, wir werden's nicht vergessen. [...] FAUST: Auch was Geschriebnes forderst du Pedant? Hast du noch keinen Mann, nicht Manneswort gekannt? [...] Was willst du böser Geist von mir? Erz, Marmor, Pergament, Papier? Soll ich mit Griffel, Meißel, Feder schreiben? Ich gebe jede Wahl dir frei. [...] MEPHISTOPHELES: Blut ist ein ganz besondrer Saft. FAUST: Nur keine Furcht, daß ich dies Bündnis breche! Das Streben meiner ganzen Kraft Ist grade das, was ich verspreche. [...] Stürzen wir uns in das Rauschen der Zeit, Ins Rollen der Begebenheit! Da mag denn Schmerz und Genuß, Gelingen und Verdruß Miteinander wechseln, wie es kann; Nur rastlos betätigt sich der Mann. MEPHISTOPHELES: Euch ist kein Maß und Ziel gesetzt. Beliebt's Euch, überall zu naschen, Im Fliehen etwas zu erhaschen, Bekomm Euch wohl, was Euch ergetzt. Nur greift mir zu und seid nicht blöde! [...] MEPHISTOPHELES (in Fausts langem Kleide): Verachte nur Vernunft und Wissenschaft, Des Menschen allerhöchste Kraft, Laß nur in Blend- und Zauberwerken Dich von dem Lügengeist bestärken, So hab ich dich schon unbedingt- [...] Den schlepp ich durch das wilde Leben, Durch flache Unbedeutenheit, Er soll mir zappeln, starren, kleben, Und seiner Unersättlichkeit Soll Speis und Trank vor gier'gen Lippen schweben; Er wird Erquickung sich umsonst erflehn, Und hätt er sich auch nicht dem Teufel übergeben, Er müßte doch zugrunde gehn!
6 Sep 2009
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Katya Tchoubar(http://katyatchoubar.myarbonne.ca is singing Jewel Song from Faust at a house concert on Setp. 29, 2009.
6 Nov 2009
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Katya Tchoubar (http://www.katyatchoubar.myarbonne.ca)is singing Jewel Song from opera Faust on Sept.29, 2009.
25 Oct 2009
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I try Radiohead's "Faust Arp" on my Irish Bouzouki.
5 Feb 2010
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James Faust, Dallas International Film Festival,RealTVfilms Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Apr 2010
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One night, in cities all across Europe, five children vanish -- only to appear, years later, at an exclusive New York party with a strange and elegant governess. Rumor and mystery follow the Faust teenagers to the city’s most prestigious high school, where they soar to suspicious heights with the help of their benefactor’s extraordinary "gifts." But as the students claw their way up -- reading minds, erasing scenes, stopping time, stealing power, seducing with artificial beauty -- they start to suffer the sideeffects of their own addictions. And as they make further deals with the devil, they uncover secrets more shocking than their most unforgivable sins. At once chilling and wickedly satirical, this contemporary reimagining of the Faustian bargain is a compelling tale of ambition, consequences, and ultimate redemption. A devilish debut by a brother-sister team invites us into the world of the elite Marlowe School, where some gifted students are having a hell of a year.
25 Jun 2010
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FAUST C. Gounod Mephistopheles ..... Ferruccio Furlanetto Marguerite ..... Soile Isokoski Valentin ..... Russell Braun Faust ..... Marcello Giordani Siebel ..... Kristine Jepson Wagner ..... Nicolas Teste Dame Marthe ..... Martine Mahé Opéra National de Paris Maurizio Benini
27 Aug 2011
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Il Faust di Sokurov non è un adattamento della tragedia di Goethe nel senso tradizionale, ma una lettura di ciò che rimane tra le righe. Che colore ha un mondo che produce idee colossali? Che odore ha? C’è un'aria pesante nel mondo di Faust: progetti sconvolgenti nascono nello spazio angusto dove si affaccenda. È un pensatore, un veicolo di idee, un trasmettitore di parole, un cospiratore, un sognatore. Un uomo anonimo guidato da istinti semplici: fame, avidità, lussuria. Una creatura infelice, perseguitata che lancia una sfida al Faust di Goethe. Perché rimanere nel presente se si può andare oltre? Spingersi sempre più in là, senza notare che il tempo si è fermato.
26 Oct 2011
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Weena Morloch - Herz Und Faust (Amok)
22 Mar 2012
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With Faust, Alexander Sokurov completes his cinematic tetralogy based on the lives of historical figures, which began with studies of Adolf Hitler (Moloch, 1999), Vladimir Lenin (Taurus, 2000) and Emperor Hirohito (The Sun, 2005). His new film delves deeper into the nature of power with a unique take on Goethe's classic tale. The winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 2011, Sokurov's interpretation of the myth is not an adaptation in the usual sense, but what he describes as a 'reading of what remains between the lines'. Here Faust is a thinker, a mouthpiece for ideas, a transmitter for words, a schemer and a daydreamer. He is an anonymous man driven by simple instincts: hunger, greed and lust. Sokurov asks us to question how this literary character informs our understanding of the real tyrants who abused their position of power, and how an unhappy life can lead some to be seduced by monstrous ideologies.
11 May 2012
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Charles Gounod wrote some wonderful music and one good example is his opera "Faust". It contains within its pages some of the most exquisite music ever written. Some production do leave you a little nonplus. But this production from the Royal opera house Covent Garden worth seeing. The staging is incredible and then there is the cast. Robert Alagna makes and incredible Faust & brought down the house with his first aria, and what better Méphistophélès could you have than the immortal Bryn Terfel. Then there is Alagna's beautiful wife, Angela Gheorghiu as the delicate Marguerite, beautifully sung and acted. Not to mention the best baritone on earth, Simon Keenleyside as Valentin. What a man, what a voice. Sophie Koch makes for a great Siebel, but I can not understand why they had her limping during the performance, quite off putting, but lovely voice. Then there is one of the best mezzo's on the planet, Della Jones. I love this woman and always have since I first heard her when she recorded for `Opera Rara', what a voice. It's a pity that her role as Marthe was never expanded, so we could hear more of that great voice. The staging is exemplary and it is complete with the ballet. Easy the best production of Faust of the last decade and, therepore, Covent Garden should be extremely proud of it.
31 May 2012
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Charles Gounod wrote some wonderful music and one good example is his opera "Faust". It contains within its pages some of the most exquisite music ever written. Some production do leave you a little nonplus. But this production from the Royal opera house Covent Garden worth seeing. The staging is incredible and then there is the cast. Roberto Alagna makes and incredible Faust & brought down the house with his first aria, and what better Méphistophélès could you have than the immortal Bryn Terfel. Then there is Alagna's beautiful wife, Angela Gheorghiu as the delicate Marguerite, beautifully sung and acted. Not to mention the best baritone on earth, Simon Keenleyside as Valentin. What a man, what a voice. Sophie Koch makes for a great Siebel, but I can not understand why they had her limping during the performance, quite off putting, but lovely voice. Then there is one of the best mezzo's on the planet, Della Jones. I love this woman and always have since I first heard her when she recorded for `Opera Rara', what a voice. It's a pity that her role as Marthe was never expanded, so we could hear more of that great voice. The staging is exemplary and it is complete with the ballet. Easy the best production of Faust of the last decade and, therepore, Covent Garden should be extremely proud of it.
1 Jun 2012
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