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Summary

Anton Seidl (born in Pest, Hungary, died in New York City, United States) was a famous Musician from Hungary, who lived between May 7, 1850 and March 28, 1898. He became 47 years old.

Biography

Seidl studied at the Leipzig Conservatory and assisted Wagner in Baireuth at discharge of the Nibelung Dram The scores, was conductor at the Leipzig City Theatre 1875-82, and at Angelo Neumann's famous itinerant Nibelung Theatre 1882-85, after which he after Leopold Damrosch was head of the German Opera in New York, where he also argued own concert orchestra. Seidl was meddirigent at Baireuth-Festival in 1886 and led the Wagner Opera House in London 1897th He was an excellent conductor and became Wagner's apostle in America. His biography was written in English by Krehbiel (1898, 1899) and Finck (1899).

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He is born under the zodiac taurus, who is known for Security, Subtle strength, Appreciation, Instruction, Patience. Our collection contains 12 quotes who is written / told by Anton.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anton_Seidl

Famous quotes by Anton Seidl (12)


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"The conductor's gift does not always go hand in hand with that of composition; indeed, the union is found much more seldom than is popularly believed"
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"The composers could no longer direct all performances in person, and so the responsibility of interpreting their works in the spirit in which they had been conceived was placed upon conductors"
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"I have often heard the statement made by foreign singers, as a demonstrated fact, that the German artists are artists in feeling indeed, and serious in their devotion, but that their singing is crude"
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"America does not need gorgeous halls and concert rooms for its musical development, but music schools with competent teachers, and many, very many, free scholarships for talented young disciples who are unable to pay the expense of study"
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"I learned, too, how it was possible with the help of the picture and action to transform an apparently insignificant violin passage into an incident, and to lift a simple horn call into a thing of stupendous significance by means of scenic emphasis"
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"The ability to conduct is a gift of God with which few have been endowed in full measure"
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"Of course, experience strengthens one later"
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"It is simple nonsense to speak of the fixed tempo of any particular vocal phrase. Each voice has its peculiarities"
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"Musical practice is too young an art in America to warrant a search for men with a conductor's gift"
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"It always makes me sad when I think of how I saw Wagner wasting his vitality, not only by singing their parts to some of his artists, but acting out the smallest details, and of how few they were who were responsive to his wishes"
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"Conducting! A subject, truly, concerning which much might be written, yet scarcely anything of real importance is to be found in books"
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"Composers are not all good conductors"


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