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In the case of Elektra , he worked from a version of the ancient drama by Sophocles made by the distinguished Austrian writer Hugo von Hofmannsthal. It was first performed in Berlin in Strauss saw it almost immediately. The Viennese Hofmannsthal moved in highly sophisticated artistic and intellectual circles, and would have been well aware of the writings and ideas of Sigmund Freud, which arguably had an impact on his writing.
Certainly the complex of emotions surrounding Elektra and her relationship to her dead father, her mother, sister and brother, and indeed the entire interactions of this supremely dysfunctional family as described in the ancient myths that have been retold countless times in countless ways throughout history, offered wonderful psychological potential for Freud and his followers to explore.
Allied to this harmonic disruption are the dislocations of rhythm and texture that break up the continuity of the score, either on a long-term or moment-by-moment basis. Finally, there is the vast assembly of instruments on which Strauss draws for his often balefully dark orchestral writing. In Salome , he had asked for a total of orchestral players. At the premiere of Elektra , there were players in the pit.
These resources are deployed with a mastery he would never excel; though he can be said to have matched it on several occasions. Synopsis The inner courtyard of the palace at Mycenae. Attending to their chores, five maids discuss Elektra — daughter of the dead King Agamemnon, murdered by his wife Klytemnestra and her lover Aegisthus in his bath, following his return from the decade-long Trojan War. Elektra — wild, dishevelled and beast-like — rushes past them.
They complain of her crazed, hostile behaviour, but one of the maids defends her. Is she not the daughter of a king? And yet no one in the palace can look her in the face! She is beaten for her pains. Now Elektra re-enters, alone, and sings to the spirit of Agamemnon. Chrysothemis now interrupts her, to warn that Klytemnestra and Aegisthus are planning to lock Elektra in a tower.
Die in den Philippinen sehr verbreitete Krankheit scheint in dieser Gegend ihren Mittelpunkt zu haben. Symmonds verwenden die Vereinigten Staaten in neuester Zeit viel Bambus. Salz wird durch Abdampfen des Meerwassers in kleinen eisernen Handpfannen Carahais ohne vorherige Verdampfung an der Sonne gewonnen. Oktober aufgehoben. Der Reis wird nur halb gar gekocht. Wenn die Ygorroten Schwarzkupfer oder gediegen Kupfer erblasen hatten, so beugten sie dem Verlust durch Oxydation vor, indem sie einen Tiegel aus gutem feuerfesten Thon in Gestalt eines Helmes aufsetzten, wodurch es ihnen leichter ward , das Metall in Formen zu giessen, die aus demselben Thone bestanden.
Because of Elektra they are both held there. As Chrysothemis leaves, Klytemnestra — a heavily bejewelled yet bloated and wan figure — enters with her retinue. She asks to be left alone with Elektra.
She confesses her sleeplessness, disturbed by terrible dreams. Elektra explains that a sacrifice must be made, then changes tack and asks why Orestes is forbidden to come home. She knows that her mother is trying to have him killed. Klytemnestra demands the name of the sacrifice she must make. Elektra reveals that it is Klytemnestra herself, and describes how her brother will kill her, and she will help him.
Suddenly, Klytemnestra is brought a message that fills her with joy.