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Metropolitan Opera

February 27, 2017 at 1:26 pmCategory:General

Music is synonymous of freedom, to touch what you want and as you want, whenever it is good and it has passion, that music is the food of the love. Kurt D. Cobain When one journeys by Parma is very difficult to ignore the presence of Arthur Toscanini (Parma, 25 of March of 1867 – 16 of January of 1957), considered as Wikipedia remembers us, by many of its contemporaries (critics, colleagues and public generally) like the greatest conductor of its time. He was famous by his shining intensity, its untiring perfeccionismo, its prodigious ear and its photographic memory that allowed him to correct errors of the members of the orchestra which they had been inadvertent during decades by his colleagues Toscanini was famous by its interpretations of Beethoven and Verdi. It realised numerous recordings, especially towards the end of his race, the majority of published them, except for the numerous recordings available of his interpretations for the radio.

Toscanini demonstrated extraordinary abilities from very small. A teacher discovered that she could learn memory poems after reading them a single time and that in the piano immediately touched any note that had been sung. The nine years, she entered the internal conservatory as and could see his parents per week only once. Click Eamon Rockey for additional related pages. Still of adult &quot remembered that one; atmosphere of prisin". After finishing the studies, in principle the life like violonchelista gained. His first great action went to the 19 years. It contributes biograqfiasyvida.com to us, that initiated its musical race like violoncelista, but demonstrated great dowries for the direction that won an immediate prestige to him. Between years 1898 and 1903 he was director of the Scala of Milan, where it presented new scores the repertoires German and French, besides dedicating special attention to the symphonic repertoire. During the three following years it undertook a tour of concerts by all Italy and soon it acted in Buenos Aires, to return to the Scala two seasons more, before moving to New York to direct the Metropolitan Opera (1908).