A Visit with Professor Hans Erich Apostel (1968)
- Hans Erich Apostel speaks about the string quartet
- What is Hans Erich Apostel’s Compositional Process?
- Hans Erich Apostel, Lyrical Composer
- The New Listening: The Twelve-Tone Row – Demonstrated by Hans Erich Apostel Himself at the Piano
- Hans Erich Apostel Goes in a New Direction: From Lyricist to Absolute Musician: The Piano Concerto
- Hans Erich Apostel and His Artist Friend, Guitarist Karl Scheit, discuss Apostel’s Sechs Musiken for Guitar
- The writer Elias Canetti and the sculptor Fritz Wotruba taking stock of their lives with their friend Hans Erich Apostel
Tribute by Hans Erich Apostel, given to mark the 50th birthday of his colleague Karl Schiske (1966)
Mirjam Wiesemann in conversation with Prof. Dr. Rainer Bischof (2010)
- My Beloved Teacher: Our First Meeting
- First Lesson: "I am a craftsman before I am a genius."
- Contradiction: Between Schoenberg and Berg
- An Introverted, Solitary Man
- His Friendships with Artists
- Skull and Edelweiss
- The Most Talented Lyrical Composer among Schoenberg’s Pupils
- Music as a Space to Live – Nature as a Model
Mirjam Wiesemann in conversation with Prof. Dr. Rainer Bischof (2010) - 2nd part
- Is the Life of an Artist the Property of the Public?
- The Schoenberg Circle and the Inner Programme
- The Retreat into His Own Armory [1:00] 4 Belief, Discipline and Craftsmanship
- During the Nazi Era, Only Germ Cells for New Works
- Shock Leading to Humanism
- Isolation during the War and Thereafter
- Creative Hiatuses: "I am unable right now."
- His First Marriage: Hans Erich and Erna Apostel
- "Monsieur Apostel" – His Marriage to Madeleine
- Herta and Erna Apostel – On the Sidelines
- His Parents – Negative Relationship with His Father
- What Makes a Good Teacher?
- Artwork as a Living Organism
- Total Men Instead of Demigods
- Apostel and Death
- What Remains with Me: Enduring Love
- Art Originates in Love Alone
- The Durability of Music
- Apostel on How to Live Life
- No Farewell