David Rosenmann-Taub (né le 3 mai 1927 à Santiago du Chili), d'origine chilienne, est poète, musicien et dessinateur.

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  • David Rosenmann-Taub (né le 3 mai 1927 à Santiago du Chili), d'origine chilienne, est poète, musicien et dessinateur.
  • David Rosenmann-Taub (born May 3, 1927, Santiago) is a Chilean poet, musician, and artist. His precocious talent in both literature and music was recognized and encouraged by his father, a polyglot, and his mother, a virtuoso pianist. She began teaching him the instrument when he was two; by nine, he himself was giving piano lessons. He later studied composition, counterpoint, and fugue with the celebrated composer Pedro Humberto Allende. He began writing poetry at a very early age; his first published work, a long poem titled El Adolescente (“The Adolescent”), was written at age fourteen and appeared four years later in a literary magazine. He graduated from the University of Chile in 1948. That same year he won the Sindicato de Escritores prize for his first book of poetry, Cortejo y Epinicio (Cortege and Epinicion), which received a reputation-making review from the preeminent literary critic of Chile, Hernán Díaz Arrieta (known as “Alone”). In the three decades that followed, Rosenmann-Taub published more than ten volumes of poetry, including Los Surcos Inundados (The Flooded Furrows), La Enredadera del Júbilo (The Vine of Jubilance), Los Despojos del Sol (The Spoils of the Sun), and El Cielo en la Fuente (The Sky in the Fountain). For Los Surcos Inundados, he received the Premio Municipal de Poesía, the Chilean equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize. His poetry has been admired by authors as disparate as Witold Gombrowicz, Victoria Ocampo, and Francis de Miomandre.In 1976, he began to travel, lecturing on poetry, music, and aesthetics in Latin America, Europe, and the United States, where he settled in 1985. His writings since that time are now being published in Chile, along with reissues of his older works. Armando Uribe Arce, the recent winner of Chile’s Premio Nacional, described Rosenmann-Taub as “the most important and profound living poet of the entire Spanish language.”
  • David Rosenmann-Taub (* 3. Mai 1927 in Santiago de Chile) ist ein chilenischer Lyriker und Pianist. David Rosenmann-Taub legte sein Examen an der Universität Chile 1948 ab. Im selben Jahr gewann er den Preis "Sindicato de Escritores" für seinen ersten Gedichtband Cortejo y Epinicio. In den folgenden drei Jahrzehnten veröffentlichte David Rosenmann-Taub mehr als 10 Gedichtbände, u.a. Los Surcos Inundados, La Enredadera del Júbilo, Los Despojos del Sol und El Cielo en la Fuente. Für Los Surcos Inundados erhielt er den Premio Municipal de Poesía, das chilenische Äquivalent des Pulitzer-Preis. Seine Lyrik wurde von so unterschiedlichen Autoren wie Witold Gombrowicz, Victoria Ocampo und Francis de Miomandre geschätzt.1976 begann er mit Lesungen und Musik zu reisen und besuchte Lateinamerika, Europa und die USA, wo er sich 1985 niederließ. Seine neueren Werke werden weiterhin in Chile veröffentlicht. Armando Uribe Arce, der jüngste Gewinner des Chilenischen Nationalpreises nannte David Rosenmann-Taub “den bedeutendsten lebenden Lyriker in spanischer Sprache".
  • David Rosenmann-Taub (Santiago, 3 de mayo de 1927), es un poeta, músico y artista chileno.
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  • David Rosenmann-Taub (né le 3 mai 1927 à Santiago du Chili), d'origine chilienne, est poète, musicien et dessinateur.
  • David Rosenmann-Taub (Santiago, 3 de mayo de 1927), es un poeta, músico y artista chileno.
  • David Rosenmann-Taub (born May 3, 1927, Santiago) is a Chilean poet, musician, and artist. His precocious talent in both literature and music was recognized and encouraged by his father, a polyglot, and his mother, a virtuoso pianist. She began teaching him the instrument when he was two; by nine, he himself was giving piano lessons. He later studied composition, counterpoint, and fugue with the celebrated composer Pedro Humberto Allende.
  • David Rosenmann-Taub (* 3. Mai 1927 in Santiago de Chile) ist ein chilenischer Lyriker und Pianist. David Rosenmann-Taub legte sein Examen an der Universität Chile 1948 ab. Im selben Jahr gewann er den Preis "Sindicato de Escritores" für seinen ersten Gedichtband Cortejo y Epinicio. In den folgenden drei Jahrzehnten veröffentlichte David Rosenmann-Taub mehr als 10 Gedichtbände, u.a. Los Surcos Inundados, La Enredadera del Júbilo, Los Despojos del Sol und El Cielo en la Fuente.
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