Bruno Walter in Vienna, Vo.
German born conductor, Bruno Walter, was known primarily for his interpretations of the Viennese school and became a major force in the classical music world starting in the early 20th century. Walter came to the United States in the 1930s where he already had a very strong following and built a reputation as a respected and highly acclaimed conductor. He frequently worked with the New York Philharmonic, and the Columbia Symphony Orchestra was specially formed for Walter to conduct new recordings of famous works by Bruckner and Mahler.
Bruno Walter (Sept 15, 1876 – Feb 17, 1962) was a German-born conductor and composer. One of the most famous conductors of the 20th century, he was born in Berlin, but moved to several countries between 1933 and 1939, finally settling in the United States in 1939. He was born Bruno Schlesinger, but began using Walter as his surname in 1896, and officially changed his surname to Walter upon becoming naturalised in Austria in 1911. Bruno Walter in Vienna Vol. 2 - The Last Recordings in Europe Before the Second World War. 209 listeners.
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Wiener Philharmoniker, Bruno Walter 25-02-2013. Total duration:1 h 09 min. 01. Symphony No. 9 in D: I. Andante comodo. Wiener Philharmoniker, Bruno Walter. Bruno Walter in Vienna - The Legendary 1938 Recordings. 02. 9 in D: II. Im tempo eines gemächlichen Ländlers. 03. 9 in D: III. Rondò - Burleske. 04. 9 in D: IV. Adagio.
Mahler, Symphony No. 2, Bruno Walter, Rosette Anday, Maria Cebotari, Vienna Philharmonic. Despite the poor sound quality of this mono radio broadcast from September 16, 1948, this is one of the most intense performances of this great symphony I have ever heard. It makes you realize just how ineffectual the performances of Gilbert Kaplan and Benjamin Zander really are. The vocal soloists are Rosette Anday, contralto and Maria Cebotari, soprano, with the Vienna State Opera Chorus and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. External metadata update. 2019-04-17T05:51:07Z.