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Wand had seemed set to become the last active conductor of his generation - those who had learned their craft before the Second World War, often directly from men who had worked with the likes of Mahler and Brahms. Wand's mastery of the 'core' Austro-German repertoire was second to none, his conducting style was refreshingly unaffected - the cues perfectly controlled and unshowy - and many of his recordings are regarded as benchmarks by many music-lovers and fellow musicians.
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Works DetailsBeethoven, Ludwig van : Symphony no 9 in D minor, Op. 125 "Choral"
- Performers: Ferdinand Koch (Bass); Teresa Stich-Randall (Soprano); Rudolf Watzke (Bass)
- Conductor: Günter Wand
- Running Time: 68 min. 25 sec.
- Period Time: Classical
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: 1824