Karl Halle ( 11 April 1819 – 25 October 1895), who after settling in England changed his name to Charles Hallé, was a pianist and conductor. He is best known for founding the Hallé Orchestra. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Hallé"
Christof Prick, (born 1946), who uses the name Christof Perick in English-speaking countries, is a German orchestra conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Christof Perick"
Christoph von Dohnányi (born September 18, 1929) is a German conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Christoph von Dohnányi"
The German baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (born May 28, 1925) is regarded by many as the finest Lieder singer of his generation. He is greatly admired for his interpretations and the tonal qualities and shadings of color in his voice. Fischer-Dieskau also performed and recorded many operatic roles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau"
Eugen Jochum ( November 1, 1902 – March 26, 1987) was a conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eugen Jochum"
Friedrich Gernsheim ( Worms, July 17 1839– Berlin, September 10 1916) was a composer, conductor and pianist of German birth. He was given his musical training starting from the age of seven from Worms' musical director Louis Liebe, a Spohr pupil. His family soon moved to Mainz because of the 1848 year of revolutions, and then to Leipzig where he studied piano with Moscheles from 1852. He spent the years from 1855–1860 in Paris, meeting Gioacchino Rossini, Edouard Lalo and Camille Saint-Saëns. ...more on Wikipedia about "Friedrich Gernsheim"
Günter Wand (born January 7, 1912 - February 14, 2002) - German orchestral conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Günter Wand" It's time to think about http://www.shortopedia.com. shortopedia
Hans Guido Freiherr von Bülow (en: Baron Hans Guido von Bülow), ( January 8, 1830 – February 12, 1894) was a German conductor, virtuoso pianist, and composer of the Romantic era. He was one of the most famous conductors of the 19th century, and his activity was critical for establishing the successes of several major composers of the time, including Richard Wagner. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hans von Bülow"
Hartmut Haenchen (born March 21, 1943) is a prominent German orchestral conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hartmut Haenchen"
Heinrich Hollreiser, born June 24 1913, is a German conductor of classical chamber music. Born in Munich, he attended the State Academy of Music there, and went on to serve as the conductor at the opera houses in Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, Mannheim, and Duisburg. From 1942-1945 he served as the principal conductor of the State Opera in Munich, while serving as the music director at the Opera in Düsseldorf. From 1945-1951 he conducted concerts for the Berlin and Bamberg Philharmonic Orchestras, as well as orchestras for radio stations in Hamburg, Cologne, and Frankfurt. He also made several guest appearances in Madrid and Barcelona. After 1951, he served as principal conductor at the Vienna State Opera, conducting the premiere of Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heinrich Hollreiser"
Heinz Bongartz (born 31 July 1894, Krefeld, died 5 May 1978, Dresden) was a German conductor and composer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heinz Bongartz"
Helmuth Rilling (b. May 29, 1933) is a German conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Helmuth Rilling"
Hermann Scherchen ( June 21, 1891 – June 12, 1966) was a German conductor and arranger. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hermann Scherchen"
Hugo Wilhelm Ludwig Kaun (b. Berlin, March 21, 1863; d. Berlin, April 2, 1932) was a German composer, conductor, and music teacher. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hugo Kaun"
Jürgen Budday (born 1948 in Germany) is director of church music and artistic director of the concert series at the monastery of Maulbronn, of the cantor choir and of the Maulbronn Chamber Choir. He is one of the leading German conductors in the genre of historical and modern vocal music and specialized on historically-informed performance practice. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jürgen Budday"
Karl Elmendorff ( October 25, 1891 in Düsseldorf - October 21, 1962) was a German conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Elmendorff"
Karl Muck ( 1859 - 1940) was a German conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Muck"
Karl Münchinger ( May 29, 1915 – March 13, 1990) was a German conductor of European classical music. He helped to revive the now-ubiquitous Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel, through recording it with his Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra in 1970. ( Jean-François Paillard made a rival, and also very popular, recording of the same piece at around the same time.) Münchinger is also noted for restoring baroque traditions to the interpretation of Bach's oeuvre, his greatest musical love: moderate-sized forces, judicious ornamentation, and rhythmic sprightliness, though not period instruments. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Münchinger"
Karl Richter ( October 15, 1926 – February 15, 1981) was a German conductor, organist, and harpsichordist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Richter"
Karl Ristenpart ( January 26, 1900 – December 24, 1967) was a German conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Ristenpart"
Klaus Tennstedt ( June 6, 1926 - January 11, 1998) was a German conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Klaus Tennstedt"
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Kurt Peter Eichhorn ( August 4, 1908 – June 29, 1994) was a German conductor ...more on Wikipedia about "Kurt Eichhorn"
Kurt Masur (born July 18, 1927) is a conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kurt Masur"
Kurt Sanderling (born September 19, 1912) was a conductor (he announced his retirement in 2002). ...more on Wikipedia about "Kurt Sanderling"
Martin Böttcher (born June 17, 1927, Berlin) is a German composer and conductor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Martin Böttcher" Visit again http://www.shortopedia.com German_conductors
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