Sergiu Celibidache 1912 - 1996

 Sergiu Celibidache studied at the Berlin College of Music from 1939-45 under Fritz Stein. In 1945, he had the unprecedented opportunity to succeeded Furtwangler (because of a 3 year ban) with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra after the war. So, for three years, Celibidache conducted the BPO and showed his exceptional ability. Upon Furtwängler's return as the head of the orchestra in 1948, Celibidache worked as a guest conductor. At first, he continued to work mainly with Berlin orchestras - the Philharmonic Orchestra and the RIAS Berlin Radio Orchestra. After the appointment of Karajan as the principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Celibidache did not conduct the orchestra again for another 37 years. 1948 saw his debut in London. Then he frequently conducted in Italy. From 1959 he was regularly invited by the Stuttgart Radio Orchestra. From 1960-62 he held master courses at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena. In 1962 he became the director of the Stockholm Radio Symphony Orchestra, until 1971. From 1973-75 he was the a 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. He died in 1996. His conducting approach was considered somewhat unconventional. Celibidache was controversial and a bit of a "mystic" in both in style and approach, somewhat akin to a Leopold Stokowski.  Sergiu Celibidache ha studiato all'università de Berlino di musica da 1939-45 sotto Fritz Stein. In 1945, ha avuto l'occasione senza precedente a Furtwangler riuscito (a causa di un divieto di 3 anni) con l'orchestra de Berlino Philharmonic dopo la guerra. Così, per tre anni, Celibidache ha condotto il BPO ed ha mostrato la sua abilità eccezionale. Su ritorno del Furtwängler come la testa dell'orchestra in 1948, Celibidache ha funzionato come conduttore dell'ospite. Inizialmente, ha continuato a lavorare pricipalmente con le orchestre de Berlino - l'orchestra di Philharmonic e l'orchestra radiofonica di RIAS Berlino. Dopo l'appuntamento di Karajan come il conduttore principale dell'orchestra de Berlino Philharmonic, Celibidache non ha condotto ancora l'orchestra per altri 37 anni. sega 1948 il suo debutto a Londra. Allora ha condotto frequentemente in Italia. Da 1959 è stato invitato regolarmente dall'orchestra radiofonica de Stuttgart. Da 1960-62 ha tenuto i corsi matrici al Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena. In 1962 è diventato il direttore dell'orchestra radiofonica di symphony de Stoccolma, fino al 1971. Da 1973-75 era un conduttore permanente dell'ospite del cittadino francese di Orchestre. In 1979 è diventato il direttore dell'orchestra de Monaco di Baviera Philharmonic, che ha reso una delle orchestre migliori nel mondo. A Monaco di Baviera ha tenuto i corsi matrici nella condotta orchestral. È morto in 1996. Il suo metodo di condotta è stato considerato in qualche modo non convenzionale. Celibidache era discutibile ed un po'di "un mystic" in entrambi dentro designa e si avvicina a, in qualche modo analogo di un Leopold Stokowski.

  

 
Disco Archivia 1115
Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
 Lausanne Festival ORTF Concert 4/6/74
Ravel:Alborada del Gracioso
Schumann:Piano Concerto w. M. Argerich
Prokofiev:Romeo et Juliette excerpts

 

 
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Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
 South German Radio Concert 1976
Cherubini:Anacreon Ovt.
Haydn: Symphonie n. 103
Wagner:Tristan und Isolde
Ravel:Daphnis et Chloe - excerpts

 

 
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Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO

1974 South German Radio Concert

Bruckner:Sinfonie n. 4 (see below for Schubert #5 opening work)

 

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Disco Archivia 1118
Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
 1974 South German Radio Concert
Schubert:Sinfonie n. 5 (see above for Bruckner #4)
1974 Swiss Radio Orchestra Concert from Tokyo
Schubert: Sinfonie n. 6
Schoenberg: Variations for Orchestra Op.31
Sibelius: Sinfonie n. 2

 

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Disco Archivia 1119
Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
 1977 French Nation Radio Concert
Ravel"Daphnis et Chloe suites 1 and 2
Beethoven:Piano Concerto n. 5 with Michelangeli
Brahms:Tragic Overture
plus: 1974 South German Radio Concert
Bruckner:Sinfonie n. 9
(see below for Stravinsky opening work)

 

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Disco Archivia 1120
Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
 1977 ORTF Concert
Schubert: Rosamunde Overture
Dvorak: Cello concerto w. Fournier
Dutilleux: Metaboles
Ravel: La Valse
1974 South German Radio concert
Stravinsky: Symphonie of Psalms (see Bruckner #9 above)

 

 
Disco Archivia 1121
Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
 1977 South German Radio Concert
Mozart:Mass in C k. 427
Laubenthal, Auger, Harper, Cold
(see next disc for Mozart:Violin Concerto the opening work)

 

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Disco Archivia 1122
Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
1977 South German Radio Concert
Mozart:Violin Concerto k. 219 (Rogoff)
 
South German Radio Concert 31/10/79
Schubert:Sinfonien n. 5
Milhaud:Saudes du Brasil
Prokofiev:Sinfonie n. 5
 
plus: 1981 South German Radio Concert
Haydn: Sinfonie n. 104 ( see below for Bruckner #3 )

 

 
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Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO

 1981 South German Radio Concert

Bruckner:Sinfonie n. 3

 Disco Archivia 1164
Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
Helsinki Festival 1969 Swedish Radio SO
Beethoven:Piano Con. # 5 with Michelangeli
Sibelius:En Saga
 
 Disco Archivia 1163
Sergiu Celibidache conducts in STEREO
South German Radio Orch. 1972 via BBC
Bruckner:Sinfonie n. 7
 
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