The Conductor's Art

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Carl Bamberger
Columbia University Press, 1989 - Music - 322 pages
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Reprint. Originally published by McGraw-Hill, 1965. A collection of essays by famous conductors on the art of conducting. Paperback edition (unseen), $15.00. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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The late Carl Bamberger was born and trained in Vienna and came to the United States in the thirties. He conducted extensively throughout Europe, South America, and Canada, as well as the United States, where he appeared with the New York Philharmonic, the New York City Opera, the NBC and CBS operas, the Marlboro festival and elsewhere and made many recordings. He was also a highly regarded teacher of conducting, and his students included Murray Perahia, Thomas Sherman, and Julius Rudel.

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