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The New York Philharmonic : from Bernstein to Maazel

Verfasser/in: John Canarina
Verlag: New York : Amadeus Press, 2010.
Ausgabe/Format   Buch : EnglischAlle Ausgaben und Formate anzeigen
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The New York Philharmonic, from Bernstein to Maazel continues the story of America's oldest orchestra as told in Howard Shames Philharmonic: A History of New York's Orchestra. That volume ended with the 1970-71 season, just before the arrival of Pierre Boulez as music director. Obviously, much has happened since, and The New York Philharmonic, from Bernstein to Maazel continues the story.
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Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: John Canarina
ISBN: 9781574671889 157467188X
OCLC-Nummer: 609541704
Beschreibung: x, 482 pages, [32] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Inhalt: 1956-60. Taubman's attack ; Soviet triumph ; Mahler's time --
1960-63. Upset plans ; Farewell to Carnegie ; Lincoln Center at last --
1963-67. The avant-garde and "Kaddish" ; Summer in the parks ; Two surprise decisions --
1967-72. Laureate conductor ; Transition ; The French correction --
1972-75. Not everyone is happy ; An unusual tour ; A season of substitutes --
1975-78. Losing money wisely ; Boulez bids adieu ; Several premieres --
1978-82. Arrival of Mehta ; Happy birthday, Aaron and Isaac ; End of the honeymoon? --
1982-84. Failed potential again ; Horizons '83 ; More cancellations and not just another tour --
1984-86. Happy birthday, Johann and George ; Happy birthday, Aaron (again) ; Boulez returns --
1986-88. The archives ; More Mahler ; Even more Mahler --
1988-89. Bernstein at seventy ; Many candidates ; Jilted --
1990-91. The choice is made ; The musician ; Much Mozart and Mehta's farewell --
1991-92. Enter Masur --
1992-93. 150 years ; No coughing, please --
1993-95. Remembering Lenny ; No summer festival --
1995-97. A new contract and its aftermath ; American classics --
1997-99. A historic labor agreement ; Beethoven again? --
1999-2000. Muti for the Philharmonic? ; Muti says no --
2001-2. It's Maazel ; September 11 ; "Thank you, Kurt Masur" --
2002-4. Enter Maazel ; Return to Carnegie? ; MTV at the Philharmonic? --
2004-6. Maazel at seventy-five ; More Mozart --
2006-7. Brahms this time --
2007-8. The decision made ; Pyongyang ; A controversial "Resurrection" --
2009. Farewells.
Verfasserangabe: John Canarina.

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The New York Philharmonic, from Bernstein to Maazel continues the story of America's oldest orchestra as told in Howard Shames Philharmonic: A History of New York's Orchestra. That volume ended with the 1970-71 season, just before the arrival of Pierre Boulez as music director. Obviously, much has happened since, and The New York Philharmonic, from Bernstein to Maazel continues the story.

The book opens with a retrospective account of the controversial last years of the tenure of Dimitri Mitropoulos and the ascendancy of Leonard Bernstein to the music directorship, and it ends with the final days of Maazel's tenure. Having been a Philharmonic assistant conductor during Bernstein's tenure, and an inveterate Philharmonic watcher ever since, author John Canarina brings personal insights to the story as well as moments of humor.

Chronicled are the opening of Lincoln Center, the Parks Concerts, Promenades, Prospective Encounters, Rug Concerts, tours, and, of course, the subscription seasons, as well as the Philharmonic's 1973 tour of Spain, Portugal, and the Canary Islands, undertaken solely on the initiative of its musicians, without benefit or support from management. Canarina shows how the New York Philharmonic weathered extraordinary ups and downs during this period while remaining a vital component of New York's cultural life. --Book Jacket.

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