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Klemperer and had
After Krips's resignation the orchestra had worked with a few leading conductors, including Klemperer, Stokowski, Jascha Horenstein and Pierre Monteux, but also with many less eminent ones.
The orchestra responded well to his leadership, but Klemperer had a difficult time adjusting to Southern California, a situation exacerbated by repeated manic-depressive episodes.
In 1933, once the Nazi Party had reached power, Klemperer, who was Jewish, left Germany and moved to the United States.
Klemperer had previously converted to Catholicism, but returned to Judaism at the end of his life.
While the orchestra responded well to his leadership, Klemperer had a difficult time adjusting to Southern California, a situation exacerbated by repeated manic-depressive episodes, reportedly as a result of severe cyclothymic bipolar disorder.
The New York decision was particularly galling, as Klemperer had been engaged to conduct the first fourteen weeks of the New York Philharmonic's 1935-6 season.
In his later years, Klemperer had become increasingly worried about the influence of Jewish fundamentalism in Israel, and also about Israel's foreign policies.
Great and influential conductors of the middle 20th century like Leopold Stokowski ( 1882 – 1977 ), Otto Klemperer ( 1885 – 1973 ), Herbert von Karajan ( 1908 – 1989 ) and Leonard Bernstein ( 1918 – 1990 ) – incidentally, the first American conductor to attain greatness and international fame – had widely varied techniques.
According to the episode's DVD commentary, when Klemperer appeared, he had to be given a quick reminder of how to play Colonel Klink.
In 1997, Klemperer married his third wife, television actress Kim Hamilton, with whom he had lived for several years.
The association had numerous writers as its member, including Willi Bredel, Fritz Erpenbeck, Bernhard Kellermann, Victor Klemperer, Anna Seghers, Bodo Uhse, Arnold Zweig.
Ironically, after the burning of the Reichstag in 1933, the German seat of the government was moved to the Krolloper, the state opera house in Berlin which, under the adventurous directorship of Otto Klemperer, had seen the premieres of many innovative works of the 1920s, including Hindemith's Neues vom Tage.
In its early years the Philharmonia became closely identified with Karajan, but when he turned his attentions to the Berlin Philharmonic, Legge worked more and more with Otto Klemperer, a famous conductor in the 1920s and 30s who had been out of the limelight until Legge revitalised his career.
The book was written under the form of personal notes which Klemperer wrote in his diary, especially from the rise of the Nazi regime in 1933, and even more after 1935, when Klemperer, stripped of his academic title because he was Jewish ( under the Nuremberg Laws ), had to work in a factory and started to use his diary as a personal exit to his frustrating and miserable life.
In addition, the diary hints at the profound paucity of information Klemperer and his fellow victims had available to them concerning the nature of atrocities being conducted in places such as Theresienstadt following transports and evacuations.
If the rest of the world had adopted a similar policy, we would not have a Jewish Question ( Judenfrage ).... As a religion, Islam indeed performed an eternal service to the world: it prevented the threatened conquest of Arabia by the Jews and vanquished the horrible teaching of Jehovah by a pure religion, which at that time opened the way to a higher culture for numerous peoples .... ( Quoted in Victor Klemperer ' Tagebuch as author of an article " Schuld ist der Jude " in nr. 143 of " Freiheitskampf " Review ( 1943 ), where he accuses the Jews to have prepared the First World War to destroy the German people: " if the Jews win, our destiny will be that of the polish officers in Katyn ".

Klemperer and performed
Apocalypse is performed in Frankfurt in 1926 under Otto Klemperer with Erbe ( an allusion to Karl Erb, the famous Evangelist of Bach's St Matthew Passion ) as the St John narrator.
* Another infamous rendition, this time for violin, was performed by actor Werner Klemperer for the Hogan's Heroes episode " Kommandant Gertrude ".

Klemperer and before
Werner Klemperer began acting in high school and enrolled in acting courses at the Pasadena Playhouse before joining the United States Army to serve in World War II.
Klemperer does indeed mention this configuration at the start of his article, but only as an already known set of equilibrium systems before introducing the actual rosettes.

Klemperer and its
During the 1930s and 1940s, its roster of artists included Arturo Toscanini, Sir Edward Elgar, and Otto Klemperer, among many others.
That honor goes to its astonishing story ( structure ), and what is to me most unique about Klemperer is that his understanding of the structure remains unchanged no matter what his tempo ... "
But it changes the value of words and the frequency of their occurrence, it makes common property out of what was previously the preserve of an individual or a tiny group, it commandeers for the party that which was previously common property and in the process steeps words and groups of words and sentence structures with its poison .< Ref > Victor Klemperer, The Language of the Third Reich: A Philologist's Notebook, trans.
In 1927 the Kroll Opera was again detached from the Staatsoper Unter den Linder as a separate opera company with Otto Klemperer as its resident conductor, re-opened on 19 November with Beethoven's Fidelio.
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Klemperer and returned
Following the end of World War II, Klemperer returned to Continental Europe to work at the Budapest Opera ( 1947 – 1950 ).
In 1954 Klemperer again returned to Europe, and acquired a German passport.

Klemperer and only
Around 1954, Herbert von Karajan flew especially to hear Klemperer conduct a performance of the Eroica, and later he said to him: " I have come only to thank you, and say that I hope I shall live to conduct the Funeral March as well as you have done ".
Klemperer, conscious that he would be playing the role of a German officer during the Nazi regime, agreed to the part only on the condition that Klink would be portrayed as a fool who never succeeded.

Klemperer and 1970
The earliest Klemperer performance on tape was recorded in concert in Köln in 1954 ( when he was 69 years old ); the last was in London with the New Philharmonia Orchestra in 1970 ( when he was 85 ).
Between 1970 and 1978, Klemperer owned a Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6. 3 V8.
Adam's discography includes Così fan tutte ( 1969 ), Fidelio ( 1969 and 1979 ), Der fliegende Holländer ( with Anja Silja, conducted by Otto Klemperer, 1968 ), Der Freischütz ( 1973 and 1985 ), Hänsel und Gretel ( 1970 ), Leonore ( with Edda Moser and Richard Cassilly, 1976 ), Die Meistersinger ( conducted by von Karajan, 1970 ), Parsifal ( as Amfortas, opposite René Kollo, 1975 ), Der Ring des Nibelungen ( conducted by Karl Böhm, 1966 – 67 ; and by Marek Janowski, 1980 – 1983 ), Tannhäuser ( 1968 – 69 ), Wozzeck ( 1970 and 1973 ), and Die Zauberflöte ( as Sarastro, 1968 ; elsewhere as the Sprecher ).

Klemperer and conduct
A severe fall during a visit to Montreal forced Klemperer subsequently to conduct seated in a chair.

Klemperer and Orchestra
Klemperer gave his immediate support, and on 17 March 1964 the members of the orchestra elected their own governing body and adopted the name New Philharmonia Orchestra.
But in 1936 he was passed over in both-first in Philadelphia, where Eugene Ormandy succeeded Stokowski at the Philadelphia Orchestra, and then in New York, where Toscanini's departure left a vacancy at the New York Philharmonic but John Barbirolli and Artur Rodzinski were engaged in preference to Klemperer.
Klemperer ( l .) with members of the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, 1954
There is, however, an exceptionally lengthy recording by Otto Klemperer, which is 100 minutes long, as well as a recording by Hermann Scherchen with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra that is 68 minutes long.
* Otto Klemperer and the New Philharmonia Orchestra, recorded in 1968.
* Otto Klemperer and the New Philharmonia Orchestra, 1967.
He was guest leader for two seasons of the New Philharmonia Orchestra working with Carlo Maria Giulini and Otto Klemperer.
** Otto Klemperer ( conductor ), Wilhelm Pitz ( choir director ) & the Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus for Bach: St. Matthew Passion
He can be seen playing in the violin section of the New Philharmonia Orchestra on the EMI Classics DVD " Otto Klemperer – Beethoven Symphony No. 9.
* St Matthew Passion ( Klemperer ), Philharmonia Orchestra ( EMI 1961 )
* A German Requiem ( Klemperer ), Philharmonia Orchestra ( EMI 1961 )
** Otto Klemperer ( conductor ), Wilhelm Pitz ( choir director ) & the Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus for Bach: St. Matthew Passion
* Brahms, Ein deutsches Requiem, with Otto Klemperer and the Philharmonia Orchestra on the Angel label
* Brahms, Ein deutsches Requiem, with Otto Klemperer, the Philharmonia Orchestra and Elisabeth Schwarzkopf on the EMI label 1961 recorded at Kingsway Hall in March 1961
She made her concert debut in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra under Otto Klemperer.
* Otto Klemperer and New Philharmonia Orchestra © 2003 EMI Records Ltd ( recorded November 1964 ).
* March 21 & 23 1961-EMI records the legendary performance of Brahms German Requiem with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Otto Klemperer, with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau as soloists.

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