[Dixielandjazz] Art and Ideology - Wilhelm Furtwangler
dingle at baldwin-net.com
Sun Aug 31 15:48:57 PDT 2003
As was Walter Geisiking.
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> Thanks, Steve, for posting this article on Furtwangler. Very ineresting.
I have viewed films of him conducting and was intrigued to know more about
> Herbert Von Karajan was another conducting genius in the same situation in
> barbonestreet at earthlink.net writes:
> > WARNING, NOT OKOM. You may wish to delete now. This is, however, a
> > provocative look at Wilhelm Furtwangler, conductor of the Berlin
> > Philharmonic during Adolph Hitler's reign in Germany. It is an
> > interesting read for those on the list whose musical tastes are not
> > narrowly defined, and/or who are interested in the relationship between
> > musical art and political ideology. And there are example
> > of this clash
> > in Jazz.
> > DELETE or READ, the choice is yours.
> > Cheers,
> > Steve
> > August 31, 2003 - New York Times
> > The Man Who Kept the Music Playing (for Hitler)
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