Tagged: faust

Goethe Biography

Goethe Biography

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Biography Childhood Inspiration in Strasbourg Life in Weimar Faust & Other Writings Italian Journey & Classicism Friendship with Schiller Romanticism & Faust The Masterpiece Completed Childhood Johann Wolfgang von Goethe...

World Literature Videos

World Literature Videos

Videos referenced in World Literature (E5) Study Guide: World Literature (Excellence in Literature, English 5) Module 1 Ancient Greek Music – Macedonia Module 2 Antigone on stage Module 3 Roman Water Wheel, London Museum Roman Weapons...

Texts for World Literature

Texts for World Literature

English V: World Literature What does World Literature cover? World Literature is a college-prep literature survey course. Focus works, including novels, short stories, poems, and drama, have been selected for literary quality, and for...

Faust Silent Movie 1926

Faust Silent Movie 1926

The entire 1926 movie of Goethe’s Faust is available with English subtitles on YouTube, posted by “djihenn.” This is a silent film, with music composed and conducted by Timothy Brock and performed by the...

Faust Opera Performance Video Excerpt

Faust Opera Performance Video Excerpt

This is a video clip of an opera performance of Faust. Because images and characters from Faust can (and should) be disturbing, these clips are totally optional. Other World Literature (E5) videos

Schumann Faust Overture Music

Schumann Faust Overture Music

Listen to Robert Schumann’s Faust Overture. Other World Literature (E5) videos

Berlioz music for Faust conducted by Herbert von Karajan

Berlioz music for Faust conducted by Herbert von Karajan

Hector Berlioz’s piece “The Damnation of Faust,” conducted by Herbert von Karajan. Other World Literature (E5) videos

Richard Wagner Faust Overture

Richard Wagner Faust Overture

Listen to Richard Wagner’s Faust Overture: Other World Literature (E5) videos

Liszt’s Faust Symphony

Liszt’s Faust Symphony

Franz Liszt wrote a beautiful Faust Symphony with three movements. The first is “Faust,” the second is “Gretchen,” and the third is “Méphistofélès.” Be sure to note the way each character’s theme reflects his...