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Josef Krips

Josef Krips was among the busiest of Austrian-born conductors after Globe War II, an urgent benefit to his having been forced from his native nation after its annexation by Germany. He previously a major carrying out and recording profession on two continents, in orchestral and operatic music. Josef Krips analyzed …

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Walter Slezak

b. 3 Might 1902, Vienna, Austria-Hungary, d. 21 Apr 1983, Bloom Hill, NY, USA. The boy of well-known opera vocalist Leo Slezak, Walter was discovered by film movie director Miháli Kertész (afterwards referred to as Michael Curtiz). Prompted to become stage and display screen actor, he produced his film debut …

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Carl Bamberger

Viennese conductor Carl Bamberger was students of Heinrich Schenker in the University of Vienna and started his conducting career in Danzig (we.e., Gdansk, Poland). While performing in Darmstadt, Bamberger made a decision to sidestep the rise of Country wide Socialism in Germany by immigrating to Russia, but completely resettled in …

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