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Title: Celibidache
Otros títulos: Symphony No. 8 (Conclusion)
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Anton Bruckner; Sergiu Celibidache; Münchner Philharmoniker; Margaret Price; Doris Soffel; Peter Straka; Matthias Hölle; Philharmonischer Chor München; Gerald Junge
Código CDU: Celi.01
Forma Musical: Symphonies
Abstract: Romanian-born conductor Sergiu Celibidache spent his early life in Jasí, capital of Moldavia, and in 1936 commenced music studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin. At age 33, after winning a conducting competition organized by Berlin Radio, he became conductor of the reconstituted postwar Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, and toured with it to the British and American sectors of occupied Germany. In 1952 he shared the podium with the exiled Furtwängler, the Berlin Philharmonic's general music director, on a tour of the United States. Later that year when Furtwängler was cleared of allegations of being a Nazi sympathizer and he returned to Germany, Celibidache's appointment with the Berlin PO was terminated. Thereafter, the larger part of his career was with the radio orchestras of Stockholm (1964-1971), Stuttgart (1971-1977), and Paris (1973-1975). From 1979 until his death, he was music director of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra and general music director of the City of Munich. ...


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3. Symphony No. ... 0 ed. Nowak)- Applause.mp3 59 1.344Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
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