Furtwängler

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Furt·wäng·ler

 (fo͝ort′vĕng′lər), Wilhelm 1886-1954.
German composer and conductor known for his passionate interpretation of romantic music, notably that of Wagner.

Furtwängler

(German ˈfʊrtvɛŋlər)
n
(Biography) Wilhelm (ˈvɪlhɛlm). 1886–1954, German conductor, noted for his interpretations of Wagner
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Other illustrious conductors of that era included Furtwangler, Bohm, Markevitch and Richard Strauss, whose Four Last Songs the Philharmonia premiered.
Superb performances from the great Harvey Keitel and Stellan Skarsgcrd augment the fascinating true story of Germany's greatest orchestral conductor, Dr Wilhelm Furtwangler.
TAKING SIDES: Based on the true story of Wilhelm Furtwangler, the Berlin Philharmonic conductor during the Nazi era whose efforts saved the lives of many Jewish musicians.
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But the Berlin Philharmonic was Wilhelm Furtwangler's orchestra throughout the war years, and when the ban on Furtwangler was lifted in 1950, Celibidache had to step down to the subsidiary position of second conductor.
Barenboim remains indisputably one of the world's greatest pianists, yet on the podium his performances often suffer from a desire to make an Individual Statement, which can result in a mannered, portentous brand of music-making, heavy and rhythmically dull --a kind of Furtwangler Lite, without Furtwangler's dynamic tension or architectural grasp.
Barenboim, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Mehta have often spoken publicIy about their common admiration for Wilhelm Furtwangler, whose spacious and generally loose sound they claimed to prefer to the tight, explosive sound favored by Toscanini-influenced conductors.
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I've broached the idea to the PTA and in newsletters and I have not had any repercussions," Thurston Principal Shari Furtwangler said.
WHEN Simon Rattle brings the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra to Liverpool, it will be 81 years since their first (and last) appearance with Wilhelm Furtwangler in 1927.
The conductors then were Wilhelm Furtwangler and Sergiu Celibidache respectively.
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