Rundfunkchor berlin - rundfunk-sinfonieorchester berlin - der fliegende holländer


The Berlin Philharmonic was founded in Berlin in 1882 by 54 musicians under the name Frühere Bilsesche Kapelle (literally, "Former Bilse's Band"); the group broke away from their previous conductor Benjamin Bilse after he announced his intention of taking the band on a fourth-class train to Warsaw for a concert. The orchestra was renamed and reorganized under the financial management of Hermann Wolff in 1882. Their new conductor was Ludwig von Brenner ; in 1887 Hans von Bülow , one of the most esteemed conductors in the world, took over the post. This helped to establish the orchestra's international reputation, and guests Hans Richter , Felix von Weingartner , Richard Strauss , Gustav Mahler , Johannes Brahms and Edvard Grieg conducted the orchestra over the next few years. In 1887, the pianist and composer Mary Wurm became the first woman to conduct the orchestra. [3] Programmes of this period show that the orchestra possessed only 46 strings, much less than the Wagnerian ideal of 64.

The edition features both a DVD and a Blu-ray version, making it playable on all popular video players. Added to this, it is exclusively presented with a linen hardcover, a comprehensive booklet and numerous photos. The extensive bonus material includes an interview with Peter Sellars and Simon Halsey and a voucher for the Berliner Philharmoniker’s Digital Concert Hall.


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