Mahler - Symphony no.4
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Label: Cameo Classics
Cat No: CC9112
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd August 2019
ArtistsSuzanne Danco (soprano)
London Symphony Orchestra
Josef Krips initially thought to make his name as a violinist; but after a year’s study at the Musikakademie (1920/21), he changed direction from pit to podium, becoming a private pupil of Felix Weingartner and later his assistant. Following a seven-year tenure at Karlsruhe (1926-33), he returned to Vienna’s Volksoper and Staatsoper, while forging links with the Salzburg Festival. His father’s Jewish birth barred Krips from official posts after Hitler’s 1938 annexation of Austria: he spent much of World War II secretly coaching singers in Vienna, taking a factory job to avoid being drafted into the German army. After 1945, as one of the few conductors untainted by Nazi association, Krips appeared regularly in Vienna and Salzburg. Having helped restore the Vienna Philharmonic and Staatsoper to their pre-war excellence, he took on the same task for the London Symphony Orchestra, as its principal conductor from 1950 to 1954
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