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Martin Walker

Martin Walker © Klaus-Maria Einwanger / Diogenes Verlag


infiammabile © Christoph Kaltenböck

Martin Walker / infiammabile

»Troubadour. Der fünfzehnte Fall für Bruno, Chef de police«

Thursday 1 June 2023



Martin Walker, Lesung in englischer Sprache

Markus Meyer, Lesung in deutscher Sprache


Elisabeth Tomani, Blockflöte

Maria Magdalena Frauscher, Gesang

Thomas Adam, Barockgitarre

Mathias Roller, Barockcello


Martin Walker liest aus seinem gerade erschienenen Kriminalroman »Troubadour«, das Alte Musik-Ensemble infiammabile spielt dazu

Andrea Falconieri

Corriente dicha la Cuella (Bearbeitung: infiammabile) (1650))

La Prudenza, Corrente – Corriente Dicha la Mota, echa para D. Pedro dela Mota – Brando dicho el Melo (Bearbeitung: infiammabile) (1690))


Marizápalos (Bearbeitung: infiammabile)

Sebastián Durón

Tonada sola con flautas para contralto (Bearbeitung: infiammabile)

José Marín

Ojos, pues me desdeñais (Bearbeitung: infiammabile)

No piense menguilla ya. Canarios (Bearbeitung: infiammabile) (?)

Juan Hidalgo

Detén, detén los rayos (Bearbeitung: infiammabile)


Medienpartner Ö1 Club
Freie Platzwahl

Subscription series Originalton

Festival 40. Internationales Musikfest


Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft


Martin Walker has made a name for himself not only as a writer, but also as a historian and journalist. For 25 years, the Scottish-born Walker worked for the British daily newspaper »The Guardian«. Since 2008, his protagonist Bruno Courrèges has been investigating as Chef de police in the popular crime series of the same name. In April 2023, Walker's novel »Troubadour. The Fifteenth Case for Bruno, Chef de police«. »Martin Walker is brilliant at blending history, current events, the political culture of France and the very specific thinking of the French provinces into new, exciting stories«, was what the press had to say about the author. For his promotion of French culture in the world, he was awarded the Prix Charbonnier by the Alliance Française in 2021. The author lives in Washington and in Périgord, a region characterized by its culture and also its cuisine - both elements that Walker incorporates into his literature.

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