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V. Allegro - Wilhelm Furtwängler, Berliner Philharmoniker, RIAS Symphonie-Orchester Berlin - Edition

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His unconventional conducting technique was fabled: it required great personal responsibility and sensitivity from the musicians. And starting in even less in accordance with the wishes of the National Socialist leaders. One year later, he returned to the Philharmoniker — he who called himself an apolitical artist, who never belonged to the NSDAP and who spoke up for many Jewish musicians — only as conductor of the Philharmonic Concerts, however, without assuming an official position.

Unlike his predecessors, he exerted a strong influence on artistic and organisational matters. He was cleared in in a denazification process, and conducted the Philharmonic again in May of that year.

However, he officially regained the position of principal conductor only intwo years before he died. In the orchestra was in a particularly difficult existential crisis and saw only one way out: transforming into a national orchestra.

The National Socialist leadership willingly took over financing the famous orchestra so as to adorn their events with them. For the orchestra, the years of the Third Reich were a balancing act between complying with cultural-political and ideological guidelines and preserving artistic autonomy. While they enjoyed a privileged position the musicians were exempted from military servicethey nonetheless repeatedly defied artistic and political pressures from the National Socialist ruling powers.

On 30 January the Philharmonie was destroyed during a bombing raid. The orchestra, now without a home, continued to play: particularly in the State V.

Allegro - Wilhelm Furtwängler, at the Admiralspalast, in the Berlin Cathedral. When Germany surrendered in Maya new era began for the Berliner Philharmoniker as well. But in Leo Borchard, who had Berliner Philharmoniker them many times sincethe Philharmoniker quickly found a conductor for the difficult new beginning.

The orchester played in various temporary quarters: in cinemas and community centres, in the Titaniapalast and the Admiralspalast as well as at the City Opera. The fruitful Berliner Philharmoniker between Borchard and the Philharmoniker ended suddenly and tragically when the conductor was accidentally shot and killed one August evening by an American soldier.

That was the moment for the young, unknown and still inexperienced Rumanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache. Berliner Philharmoniker the years, the material situation was also remedied. At first supported by the Magistrate of the American sector, the Berliner Philharmoniker became a municipal institution in In the same year committed Berlin V.

Allegro - Wilhelm Furtwängler founded the Society of the Friends of the Philharmonie e. Berliner Philharmoniker. Digital Concert Hall. English Deutsch English. The early Hypocrite Road - William Flanders - Love Is A Verb. The era Arthur Nikisch. The era Herbert von Karajan.

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    Die Konzerte, die Wilhelm Furtwängler zwischen 19mit dem Berliner Philharmonischen Orchester gab, wurden großenteils vom RIAS Berlin aufgezeichnet. Sie alle sind in dieser CD-Box dokumentiert. Der Edition liegen erstmalig die Originalbänder aus dem RIAS-Archiv zu Grunde. Dadurch.


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