Egon Schiele Exzess und Bestrafung, also known as Egon Schiele Excess and Punishment (English) and Egon Schiele, enfer et passion (French) is a 1981 film based on the life of the Austrian artist Egon Schiele. It stars Mathieu Carriere as Schiele with Jane Birkin as his artist muse Wally and Christine Kaufman as his wife Edith and Christina Van Eyck as her sister. The film is essentially a depiction of obsession and its constituents of sex, alcohol and uncontrolled emotions.Set in Austria during the Great War, Schiele is depicted as the agent of social change leading to destruction of those he loves and ultimately of himself.
…The complete recording of Egon Wellesz’ works for piano presented here is the first full anthology of the works from 1909 to 1969. Viennese pianist Margarete Babinsky created it in co-operation with the Egon Wellesz Foundation Vienna – a fascinating journey through the entire 20th century.
The final years of the short life of Egon Schiele, the Austrian expressionist painter are chronicled against the backdrop of the final years of the Habsburg rule. The story begins around 1912 as Schiele (Mathieu Carriere) and his mistress and artistic muse Wally (Jane Birkin) are befriended by an obsessed teenage girl (Nina Fallenstein) who has run away to be with Schiele. Subsequently Schiele is imprisoned on the grounds that he has behaved in a sexually improper way towards the young woman.The young woman falsely accuses Schiele and although he denies the charge he is imprisoned.
From the notes: "The Recordings: APR's third and final volume devoted to Egon Petri's recordings from 1929-42 features Chopin and that unique pioneering body of recordings devoted to the music of his mentor and friend, Busoni. Also present are the titles which did not lend themselves to inclusion in previous volumes, notably Petri's haunting renditions of Schubert-Tausig and Gluck-Sgambati plus a major César Franck score of which he was inordinately fond." by Bryan Crimp