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Karajan

Herbert von . 1908--89, Austrian conductor
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In this single app, listeners can survey the gamut of artistic realizations that encompass the clarity and precision of Fricsay, the polish and elegance of von Karajan, the romantic grandiosity of Bernstein, and the historically reconstructed sound of Gardiner.
The teenager followed in Murray's footsteps by winning the US Open junior title last Saturday at Flushing Meadows and has been named as Croatia's number two by captain Zeljko Karajan with Marin Cilic and number three Ivo Karlovic unavailable.
Kitajenko was born in Leningrad, and after studying there and in Vienna he won the the first Herbert von Karajan conducting competition before becoming the principal conductor of Moscow's Stanislavsky Theatre.
The book is an A-Z of both composers and artists, as space is found for the outstanding boxed sets, often at budget price, of great artists such as Janet Baker, Maria Callas, von Karajan and many others.
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Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Germany's largest concert hall, has given its Herbert von Karajan Music Prize to Helmuth Rilling, artistic director of the Oregon Bach Festival, for his work on the international music scene.
The last time the orchestra performed in an Arab country was at the 1968 Baalbek International Festival in Lebanon, where it was conducted by Herbert von Karajan.
Richter recorded Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto in B minor three times, first with Marvinsky in the Soviet Union, then this time in Prague and then once with Herbert von Karajan in Vienna.
The works included span music history from Monteverdi to Part, in performances by some of the world's most highly respected musicians: the legendary Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau singing Schubert's Winterreise, the preludes of Debussy performed by famed pianist Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Martha Argerich in a signature performance of Chopin's preludes, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with Herbert von Karajan, Le Sacre du Printemps conducted by Pierre Boulez, the Piano Concerto #2 by Rachmaninoff played by Sviatoslav Richter, Leonard Bernstein conducting his own West Side Story, and so many more memorable performances of music by the world's preeminent composers.
First up, the Austrian conductor Herbert yon Karajan, the impresario who piloted his very own airplane between the two great orchestras he conducted-rehearsing Mahler in Vienna, Beethoven in Berlin--and she does some adding and taking out, say 300 miles each way, maybe twice a week, a little twin engine jobber and she's calling her hour in deep grass Killing Time.
She has received many awards and scholarships, including the Karajan Foundation's Gonda Weiner award for young talents.
ARABEL KARAJAN PROJECT [Arabel Karajan, Rosen Zahariev, Rumen Toskov, Wah Tony] May 30, 8pm