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07 November 2020 Wolfsburg (Germany)
Metropolis Orchester Berlin conducted by Helmut Imig - Theater Wolfsburg, Großes Haus
Program Info: "Nosferatu - A Symphony of Horror" by Friedrich Wilhelm Murna u
As the first and unique cinema orchestra of the 21st century, the Metropolis Orchester Berlin is resurrecting the long-lost tradition of orchestral music in the cinema. Founded by the conductor Burkhard Götze and musicians from Berlin who are enthusiastic about silent films, the ensemble shapes the silent film scene in the capital, sets standards in the field of lively silent film maintenance and ushered in the renaissance of a forgotten musical genre - cinema music!
"Nosferatu - A Symphony of Horror" is a German fiction film from 1922 by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau in five acts. The silent film is an - unauthorized - adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula and tells the story of Count Orlok (Nosferatu), a vampire from the Carpathians who falls in love with the beautiful Ellen and brings horror to her hometown Wisborg. The film was supposed to be destroyed after a lost copyright dispute in 1925, but survived in innumerable cut versions.