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Abbado

Claudio. born 1933, Italian conductor; principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra (1979--88); director of the Vienna State Opera (1986--91), and the Berlin Philharmonic (1989--2001)
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Luckily, the DVD releases reviewed here make for an overwhelming reversal, especially since Bruckner and Mahler find paradigmatic interpretations by Gunter Wand and Claudio Abbado, respectively.
In all honesty, it only took about two minutes of listening (trust me, though, I did much more than that) to pick the Bernstein performance over the Abbado.
Conducting the opera-house orchestra, Abbado missed many of the score's nuances but Nucci put him on track after intermission.
For Hearing the Silence, Smaczny extensively examines the factors that Abbado drew upon to secure himself in the ranks of world class musicians.
Claudio Abbado, conductor (Wolfram Christ, viola d'amore; Georg Faust, violoncello; Wayne Marshall, orgel; Lars Vogt, klavier); ``Shadow Dances (Stravinsky Miniatures - Tango; Suite No.
Wilson took her first podium bow while still at Juilliard, at the helm of Ottawa's National Arts Centre Orchestra, and with a trip to Salzburg in the summer of 1992 to work with Claudio Abbado and the Vienna Philharmonic, her international career began to bloom nearly as early as her career at home.
As music director during this period, Eugene Ormandy appears most frequently as conductor, but the recordings also include programs conducted by Ormandy's predecessor, Leopold Stokowski, his successors, Riccardo Muti and Wolfgang Sawallisch, as well as Otto Klemperer, Georg Solti, Seiji Ozawa, Claudio Abbado, James Levine, and other noted guest conductors.
For the past decade Claudio Abbado and Rattle have insisted upon recording almost everything with the BPO live, perhaps providing more spontaneous performances but compromising the sound.
Roberto Abbado, son of conductor Claudio Abbado, has been highly successful with his Phil concerts.
I've always seen programming as a creative activity which parallels composition - it's what Boulez or Claudio Abbado do,' observes Woolrich, who founded the Hoxton Music Days concerts in London.
1,'' Claudio Abbado, conductor, members of the Berliner Phil.
Martha Argerich, piano; Claudio Abbado, Mahler Chamber Orchestra.