Bruno Walter

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German conductor (1876-1962)


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This includes monographs such as the recent critical biography of Bruno Walter by Erik Ryding and Rachel Pechefsky, Christopher Fifield's thorough study of Hans Richter, the recent biography of Richard Strauss by Raymond Holden, and Alan Walker's magisterial volume on Hans von Billow, to name a few.
Most of his close male friends were Jews--victor Adler, Guido Adler, Bruno Walter, Otto Klemperer--all of whom converted.
Our guest conductor was the legendary conductor, Bruno Walter.
4 Bruno Walter conducting the Columbia Symphony Orchestra (Classic/Columbia MS-6113-200)
Mahler, too, told Bruno Walter, concerning rhythmical difficulties in the finale: "Have you any idea how this is to be conducted?
So did Otto Klemperer - who wrote six symphonies and nine string quartets - and Bruno Walter.
Aged thirty-four, he bailed up his disciple Bruno Walter with this adolescent monologue: "Whence do we come?
Historical materials from the most comprehensive orchestra archives in the world will range from the letters of Leonard Bernstein to the first-edition score of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, from the earliest known radio broadcast of a symphony orchestra (1923) to interviews with Bruno Walter.
Other identities are still in place from before: the Katherine Cornell-Guthrie McClintic Reading Room, the Billy Rose Theatre Collection, the Rodgers & Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, the Vincent Astor Gallery, the Bruno Walter Auditorium, the Lucille Lortel Room, and the Donald and Mary Oenslager Gallery.
To be comprehensive, he has to include well-known incidents (for instance, those involving Bruno Walter, Fritz Busch, Furtwaengler, and Hindemith) and institutional developments (such as the establishment of a Reich Music Chamber, the role of the Hitler Youth, education, the Protestant Church, and so on) at the risk of being repetitive.
Throughout the Philharmonic's history, the world's great artists and conductors have appeared on its stage, and have included Gustav Mahler, Arturo Toscanini, Bruno Walter, Leonard Bernstein, Pierre Boulez, Zubin Mehta, Kurt Masur, and Lorin Maazel, who became Music Director in September 2002, 60 years after making his debut with the Orchestra in New York.
4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Philhallmonic Society will perform a special concert, The Best of Times - The Music of Jerry Herman on Sunday, October 16 at 2:30 pm at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center in the Bruno Walter Auditorium.
That year marked a turning point in her career when she won the Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air and made her Met debut as Oscar in Verdi's Un ballo in masche-ra conducted by Bruno Walter before singing Olympia in Les contes d'Hoffmann opposite her compatriot, Raoul Jobin.
Those familiar with Mahler's letters may find that some of the ones to various conductors are absent, such as the one to Willem Mengelberg from August 1906 in which he announced the completion of the Eighth Symphony and described it as setting planets and suns whirling, or the letter to Bruno Walter from summer 1909 in which Mahler announced the completion of his Ninth Symphony.