Bruno Walter

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German conductor (1876-1962)


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Of particular note are anecdotes and performance notes related to Hugo Wolf, Arturo Toscanini, Bruno Walter, and Richard Strauss, such as Lehmann's memory of performing Strauss' "Heimliche Aufforderung" in recital with the composer at the piano (224).
The first conductor in this book is Wagner himself in the section entitled "Setting the Stage." This is followed by "Wagner's Pupils" (Hans von Bulow, Hans Richter, and Anton Seidl), "Early Bayreuth Masters" (Hermann Levi, Felix Mottl, and Karl Muck), "A Touch of Russia" (Arthur Nikisch and Albert Coates) "Vienna Lights" (Gustav Mahler, Felix Weingartner, and Bruno Walter).
His other musical experiences include performing and recording with the Columbia Symphony under Bruno Walter and Igor Stravinsky, as well as artists ranging from Frank Sinatra to Frank Zappa.
He listened to recordings, read biographies and other books on conductors, and considered reviews of performances for his discussion, which begins with Wagner himself, then chronologically treats his pupils Hermann Levi, Felix Mottl, and Karl Muck, and Viennese, American, German, and Russian conductors Arthur Nikisch, Albert Coates, Gustav Mahler, Felix Weingartner, Bruno Walter, Arturo Toscanini, Artur Bodanzky, Wilhelm Furtwangler, Fritz Busch, Erich Kleiber, Hans Knappertsbusch, Clemens Krauss, Karl Bohm, Richard Strauss, Otto Klemperer, and Fritz Reiner.
In 1920, the now-married couple moved in and began to receive literary luminaries such as Romain Rolland and Joseph Roth and musicians such as Richard Strauss, Arturo Toscanini, and Bruno Walter, who had been engaged by the annual Salzburg summer festival.
Fans of past recordings such as the classic version sung by Kathleen Ferrier under the baton of Bruno Walter may miss the luminous warmth of those final measures, with Ferrier intoning that simple word "ewig" over an orchestral bed that seems as deep as the ocean.
It was conducted by his pupil Bruno Walter, who also directed it at a public concert in the Musikverein on January 16, 1938.
Ludwig Karpath, a nephew of Jewish composer Karl Goldmark, who saw "quasi-Christian" texts in some of the symphonies, described Mahler "as little a zealous Catholic as he had earlier been a zealous synagogue goer." Bruno Walter once said that Mahler was looking for God all his life but did not find Him.
Au 1st Symphony (first performed 1889): Bruno Walter, the composerAAEs closest colleague, heard the work young but mellowed too much on record.
As a schoolboy at Holy Cross Academy Edinburgh's one and only Roman Catholic school, I was introduced to the genius of German music through the glorious sound of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter This was the crowning glory of the very first Festival in 1947.
Our guest conductor was the legendary conductor, Bruno Walter.
A series of free programs in the library's Bruno Walter Auditorium offers an evening with Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty April 10, Barbara Carroll performing Tony-winning songs April 24 and composer/lyricist Charles Strouse May 10.
The same applies to his exploration of Mann's attitude to the great conductors of the time, Wilhelm Furtwangler, Bruno Walter, Arturo Toscanini, and Hans Knappertsbusch.