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Балада за Георг Хених

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Балада за Георг Хених Виктор Пасков | chetivobg “Балада за Георг Хених” е кратичка малка книга която ще ви трогне Аз самата я приех безкрайно лично стоейки на ръба на онова състояние където се срещат духовното и материалното – или където не успяват А после се Балада за Георг Хених Oнлайн книжарница SmartReading Балада за Георг Хених едва ли има друга българска книга за последните години която да е карала толкова читатели да плачат – за Красотата Любовта „Балада за Георг Хених“ новото премиерно заглавие в Постановката „Балада за Георг Хених“ по книгата на Виктор Пасков е новото премиерно заглавие в афиша на плевенския Драматично куклен театър „Иван Радоев“ Режисьор е Крум Филипов а в спектакъла участват актьори „Балада за Георг Хених” и „Германия мръсна приказка Като знак на дълбока почит к This lovely little book is narrated by a young boy with a big heart His father is a poor but talented trumpeter his mother disinherited from her rich family The boy and his father become the only friends of this elderly master violin maker Georg Henig who is just waiting to die It's beautifully complicated than that a poetic rendering of relationships and the act of creation and livingObviously the translator did a great job too Apparently this has been made into a movie and a play in Bulgaria and would translate well to the stage or film

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амерения без изключение – колкото и сложна да бе цялата композиция – са на път да се сбъднат Това каза на пресконференция в ДКТ „Иван Радоев Етикет „Балада за Георг Хених“ | Аз чета „Балада за Георг Хених“ изд „Ciela“ е съвършен мравуняк гъмжащ с малки работливи мравешки букви събирани от Пасков с майсторството което добре познавам от Belles Lettres “Балада за Георг Хених” на Виктор Пасков Любимият ми български роман Балада за Георг Хених Ако случайно не сте го чели прочетете го Ако вече сте препрочетете го Препоръчайте го на приятелите и близките си Това е роман който трябва да бъде изучаван в За Виктор Пасков и „Балада за Георг Хених“ – Същина „Балада за Георг Хених“ е идеален пример за това Ако авторът – както е споделял – е целял да придаде музикална форма на писаното слово то резултатът Interesting but not my type of story

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ъм Виктор Пасков издателство „Сиела” преиздава две от най знаковите творби на автора – „Балада за Георг Хених” и „Германия мръсна приказка” – в нови луксозни издания с твърда корица „Балада за Георг Хених“ когато Виктор Пасков те оставя Да започна с „Балада за Георг Хених“ ми повлия една моя приятелка която само като видя писмата приложени в края на книгата се разплака Това вече тотално ме накара да поискам да прочета тази история която вълнува Балада за Георг Хених съвършено произведение но с Балада за Георг Хених е съвършен мравуняк гъмжащ с малки работливи мравешки букви събирани от Пасков с майсторството което добре познавам от Аутопсия на една любов Режисьорът Крум Филипов „Балада за Георг Хених“ е един Този спектакъл лично за мен е едно театрално събитие защото всички мои н The book is mostly about Georg Henig who lives in one room in a basement He lives for his art – violin building – and completely disregards all other things Specially the episode with the leg underlines how little other things matters to him I read the book because it was the one with the highest average rating currently 461 on the 1001 book to read list Judging from the reviews most readers are from Bulgaria I think you need to come from a Bulgaria or Eastern Europe to really appreciate it Although Georg Henig is poor and weak he successfully deny the authorities in order to to what he thinks is the right thing He has some very strong values that are his own and cannot in any way be taken from him – no matter the many “attacks” from various places though the story I think as a story about ownership responsibility and defying from Eastern Europe writer we from the west culture may not full appreciate it Also the role of religion and the story tells relation to religion that sounds like a mash up between Christianity and old Nordic religions

  • Hardcover
  • 120
  • Балада за Георг Хених
  • Viktor Paskov
  • English
  • 10 October 2019
  • 9780720607963

About the Author: Viktor Paskov

Viktor Marinov Paskov Bulgarian Виктор Маринов Пасков; 10 September 1949 – 16 April 2009 was a Bulgarian writer musician musicologist and screenwriterPaskov was born in the capital Sofia and finished high school in the city He graduated from what is today the Felix Mendelssohn College of Music and Theatre in Leipzig East Germany in 1976 and was part of several jazz bands Viktor Paskov was



10 thoughts on “Балада за Георг Хених

  1. says:

    I rarely rate a book 5 stars but A Ballad for Georg Henig is such a precious little book about love friendship and what makes life worth living that it deserves a 5 star rating It‘s one of those little gems which I wouldn‘t have come across without the 1001 list

  2. says:

    A very heartfelt and moving little story Major themes include poverty greed friendship loyal importance of family and the coming of age of the voice in the novel He also deals with the idea of God aging and government impact on lives A very worthwhile read

  3. says:

    This lovely little book is narrated by a young boy with a big heart His father is a poor but talented trumpeter his mother disinherited from her rich family The boy and his father become the only friends of this elderly master violin maker Georg Henig who is just waiting to die It's beautifully complicated than that a poetic rendering of relationships and the act of creation and livingObviously the translator did a great job too Apparently this has been made into a movie and a play in Bulgaria and would translate well to the stage or film

  4. says:

    A small but rich story of a friendship between a young boy and an elderly craftsmen in poverty stricken town of Sofia Georg Henig is a Czech who is unregistered in Bulgaria He is a master craftsmen of violins The story is set in 1950s to 1960 and presents the cultural decline of Bulgaria Themes of loneliness poverty and illness with bourgeoisie values of belief in God and respect for civilized life What I liked best is the friendship between the young boy and the old man The author is a musician; sang opera and became a music critic as well as writing this bestselling book in Bulgaria It was translated from the Bulgarian by Robert Sturm

  5. says:

    45 stars

  6. says:

    The book is mostly about Georg Henig who lives in one room in a basement He lives for his art – violin building – and completely disregards all other things Specially the episode with the leg underlines how little other things matters to him I read the book because it was the one with the highest average rating currently 461 on the 1001 book to read list Judging from the reviews most readers are from Bulgaria I think you need to come from a Bulgaria or Eastern Europe to really appreciate it Although Georg Henig is poor and weak he successfully deny the authorities in order to to what he thinks is the right thing He has some very strong values that are his own and cannot in any way be taken from him – no matter the many “attacks” from various places though the story I think as a story about ownership responsibility and defying from Eastern Europe writer we from the west culture may not full appreciate it Also the role of religion and the story tells relation to religion that sounds like a mash up between Christianity and old Nordic religions

  7. says:

    I was lucky that Tracy Stanford sent me a copy or I otherwise would have been unable to read this little gem I had a few issues reading it on my ancient iPad and so ended up finishing it on my phone which was not ideal but at least I got to read itI am interested in Bulgaria but know so little about it Friends of mine who are wonderful photographers moved there a couple of years ago and I have been intrigued with the architecture of Sofia and traditional houses in the countryside which they have posted in FacebookI loved the way it was written I felt as though I could understand what life was like in 1950's communist Sofia One aspect that puzzled me was that the family were so poor when the father was a musician I would have thought that he would have had a reasonable salaryThe best feature for me was that the story was told through a young boy and his viewpoint was so believable The reader is imagining about what is happening in the relationship between his parents for example or the extraordinary goings on the the neighbourhood than the narrator can understand but it was pitched perfectly to be totally credibleThe story was an examination of what it means to live a good life and what legacy one might leave behind The one sadness was that Georg Henig's beloved tools were unused by the narrator

  8. says:

    This is a little gem of a book that explores the different aspects of family and friendship of communal living and joining together to protect what is importantGeorg Henin is a master Lutist who uses his skills of speaking to wood to make the best violins by letting the wood know exactly what life has in store for them and by loving them For most of the story Georg is retired and his past is seen through the eyes of Victor a young boy whose father befriends and protects the old manOne of the central themes of the book is the relationship between man and God and God and the world I love the idea that a master craftsman can't make a perfect violin in 6 days so why should we expect the world that God created in 6 days to be perfect It makes an interesting discussion point and highlights the importance of patience and understandingThere are hints of magical realism as the wood responds to those who speak to it and accepts the new role it will have there are also the shadows of the past who visit Georg and speak to him these shadows also accept Victor and he learns to speak to their languageOverall this is a character driven book about the relationship between a young boy and the old man he adopts as a grandfather

  9. says:

    Interesting but not my type of story

  10. says:

    One of the very best Bulgarian books

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