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Sergiu Celibidache conducts Monteverdi and Vivaldi
06.04.2016, 23:28

Sergiu Celibidache

(11 July 1912 – 14 August 1996)

The transcedentaly endowed Romanian conductor, Sergiu Celibidache, studied Philosophy and Mathematics at the University of Bucharest. In 1936 he went to Berlin and continued his studies, largely concerning himself with wave mechanics, but also with musical studies. He wrote his doctorate on Josquin des Pres. From 1939 to 1945 he studied and the Berlin College of Music under Fritz Stein, Kurt Thomas and Walter Gmeindl. After completing his studies, Sergiu Celibidache was immediately able to work with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra because the orchestra's previous conductor, Wilhelm Furtwangler, was suspected of collaboration and received no permit for public performances. For three years, he conducted most concerts of the famous orchestra and proved his exceptional personality. After Wilhelm Furtwangler's return as the head of the orchestra he mainly worked as a guest conductor without committing himself to any single orchestra for a long period, because his demands were almost impossible to fulfil, and he himself was not willing to make any concessions to his musicians or audience. At first, he continued to work mainly with Berlin orchestras - the Philharmonic Orchestra and the RIAS Berlin Radio Orchestra. After the appointment of Herbert von Karajan as the principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Celibidache did not conduct the orchestra again for another 37 years. 1948 saw the debut of Sergiu Celibidache in London. Then he frequently conducted in Italy. From 1959 he was regularly invited by the Stuttgart Radio Orchestra. From 1960 to 1962 he held master courses at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena; the young conductors were extremely keen to be admitted. In 1962 he became the director of the Stockholm Radio Symphony Orchestra, which he completely rebuilt (until 1971). From 1973 to 1975 he was the primary permanent guest conductor of the French Orchestre National. In 1979 he became the director of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, which he made one of the best orchestras in the world. In Munich he held master courses in orchestral conducting. Although his severe illness he didn't stop conducting until a few month before his death.

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Claudio Monteverdi

Vesperis in Festis Beata Mariae Vergine: Magnificat, SV 206

Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI e Coro

1959

Antonio Vivaldi

Stabat Mater for solo alto and orchestra, RV 621

Stabat mater dolorosa
Cujus animam gementem
O quam tristis et afflicta
Quis est homo
Quis non posset contristari
Pro peccattis suae gentis
Eia mater, fons amoris
Fac ut ardeat cor meum
Amen

Marga Höffgen, contralto

Orchestra Alessando Scarlatti della RAI di Napoli

05.01.1959

Sergiu Celibidache

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