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Playlist of Sergiu Celibidache

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  • Ravel - Bolero. Sergiu Celibidache 1971

    17:43

    The Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Celibidache at a concert from 1971.

  • George Enescu - Rapsodia Română , dirijor Sergiu Celibidache

    12:41

    Vă oferim o înregistrare unicat, realizată la Ateneul Român de o echipă a Televiziunii Române în anul 1978, cu prilejul unui concert eveniment.

    Orchestra Filarmonicii „George Enescu a interpretat atunci, sub bagheta marelui dirijor Sergiu Celibidache, câteva lucrări de referinţă din repertoriul românesc şi universal ce si-au găsit cu această ocazie identităţi neobişnuite.

    Mai multe momente memorabile cu marele nostru dirijor Sergiu Celibidache găsiți pe TVR+



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  • Sergiu Celibidache on his Philosophy of Music

    31:11

    The conductor Sergiu Celibidache talks about his Philosophy of Music
    Interview in French, with English Subtitles

  • Celibidache - You Dont Do Anything - You Let It Evolve

    1:40:20

    Celibidache - You Don't Do Anything - You Let It Evolve
    A Jan Schmitt-Garre film
    Documentary with English subtitles

    Wolfgang Schreiber, journalist at the Süddeutsche Zeitung wrote on July 7th, 1992:
    Surprising and at the same time illuminating: director Jan-Schmidt-Garre has created a film that exceeds the considerable length of hundred minutes employing just a single theme, the patient observation of conductor Sergiu Celibidache during the creation of, during his work on music. The sensitive conductor, perhaps more hypersensitive than any other artist when it comes to disturbing his work, has let no one else approach him so closely. And: finally, a portrayal of a musician without the family portrait at the end, without hackneyed phrases and foolish, sentimental remarks, without the typical attempt to expose indiscretions.
    You don't do anything, you just let it evolve, the film's subtitle is a citation from the philosopher of music, Celibidache. Schmidt-Garre accompanied and observed the maestro at his rehearsals with the Munich Philharmonic and with the Schlesweig-Holstein Youth Orchestra over the course of years. He succeeded in capturing the intensity, the concentration, as well as the human compassion with which Celibidache led his orchestral and choral rehearsals. And with which the conductor, true to his maxim that teaching is the most important human act, instructs his students about music and its rules. Whether at the University of Mainz or at a mill in France during his vacations (where he had taken a whole chamber orchestra from Italy), Celibidache teaches with wisdom, humor and infinite competence. Has the technique of conducting ever been explained so humanly? Or the difference between tension and intensity?
    Schmidt-Garre has mastered the art of observing without intruding, as well as the art of discriminating commentary, thereby opening the way for charming episodes, such as Celi's meetings with old friends on his travels to Romania and Israel. It was more than obvious: Celibidache is not only greatly admired, he is also loved by many.

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  • Complete G. Faure - Requiem Sergiu Celibidache in Rehearsal London Symphony Orchestra BBC 1983

    1:09

  • Celibidache in rehearsal with the Berliner Philharmoniker

    3:10

    Full-length video:
    Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 / Sergiu Celibidache · Berliner Philharmoniker / Recorded at the Konzerthaus Berlin, March 1992 / Excerpt from the documentary Sergiu Celibidache - the triumphant return
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  • Dvořák Symphony No 9 New World Celibidache, Münchner Philharmoniker, 1991

    55:40

    Dvořák - Symohony No. 9 in E minor op. 95 From The New World
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Recorded 1991
    1. Adagio - Allegro molto
    2. Largo
    3. Scherzo. Molto vivace
    4. Allegro con fuoco

  • Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique op.14

    1:2:16

    Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)

    Symphonie fantastique op.14 (1830)

    I. Rêveries – Passions: Largo – Allegro agitato e appassionato assai
    II. Un bal: Allegro non troppo 15:25
    III. Scène aux champs: Adagio 22:24
    IV. Marche au supplice: Allegretto non troppo 43:16
    V. Songe d’une nuit du Sabbat: Larghetto – Allegro 49:18



    Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
    Münchner Philharmoniker
    Conductor (Dirigent): Sergiu Celibidache

    Recorded (Aufnahme):
    1986

  • Bruckner Symphony No 4 Celibidache Münchner Philharmoniker 1983 Herkulessaal Live

    1:21:39

    Anton Bruckner - Symphony No. 4 in E flat major Romantic - 1881 version, ed. R. Haas
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live Recording from the Herkulessaal, Munich 1983
    1. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell
    2. Andante, quasi allegretto
    3. Scherzo: Bewegt - Trio: Nicht zu schnell. Keinesfalls schleppend
    4. Finale: Bewegt, doch night zu schnell
    The Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache (1912-96) was one of the most adamant personalities in the music world. He rehearsed three times as much as other conductors and avoided making recordings because he believed they were a false representation his musical intentions. This concert from the Herkulessaal in Munich captures one of the rare occasions on which he consented to a recording being made. He conducts the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra with Anton Bruckner's Romantic Symphony No. 4 in E flat major.

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  • Debussy: Prélude à Laprès-midi dun faune / Celibidache Münchner Philharmoniker

    16:05

    S-VHS → PC

    Sergiu Celibidache
    Münchner Philharmoniker

    1994.5 Live

  • Sergiu Celibidache - Egmont Overture, L. V. Beethoven

    8:10

    Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache was born on this day in 1912 – 104 years ago | Dying in 1996, Maestro Celibidache is remembered as one of the pre-eminent conductors of the 20th Century – having served Principal positions with the Berliner Philharmoniker and the Munich Philharmonic | He is remembered for his Zen-like approach to music making – advocating what he described as ‘creation of the transcendent experience

  • Mendelssohn: Midsummer Nights Dream Overture / Celibidache Stuttgart

    13:54

    Sergiu Celibidache
    Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart

    1981

  • Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel English Subtitles

    32:57

    Richard Strauss - Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche op. 28 (Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks)
    Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sergiu Celibidache, 1965
    Rehearsal in German, with English subtitles
    Watch the final peformance here -

  • Ioana Celibidache în dialog cu Iosif Sava, despre maestrul Sergiu Celibidache

    7:31

    Imagini din Arhiva TVR cu Iosif Sava şi Ioana Celibidache, soţia marelui dirijor Sergiu Celibidache.




  • Sergiu Celibidache: Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker Suite, ‘Arabian Dance’ Op. 71a

    5:25

    Sergiu Celibidache (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈserd͡ʒju t͡ʃelibiˈdake] (28 June 1912-14 August 1996) was a Romanian conductor, composer, and teacher. Educated in his native Romania, and later in Paris and Berlin, Celibidache's career in music spanned over five decades, including tenures as principal conductor for the Munich Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic and several European orchestras. Later in life, he taught at Mainz University in Germany and the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Celibidache frequently refused to release his performances on commercial recordings during his lifetime claiming that a listener could not obtain a transcendental experience outside of the concert hall. Many of the recordings of his performances were released posthumously. Nonetheless, he earned international acclaim for celebrated interpretations of classical music and was known for a spirited performance style informed by his study and experiences in Zen Buddhism. Sergiu Celibidache was born in Iași, in Romania in on 28 June 1912 where his father was a government official. Early in his youth, he began studying piano and after traditional schooling in Romania, he was sent by his father to Bucharest and then to Paris where he studied music, philosophy and mathematics. His father had expected him to pursue a political career in Romania. However, Celibidache chose to enroll in the Hochschule für Musik (Academy of Music) in Berlin, Germany in 1936 where he studied composition under Heinz Thiessen and later conducting under Kurt Thomas, Walter Gmeindl and Fritz Stein. He continue with doctoral studies at the Friedrich Wilhelm University (Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität) in Berlin where he studied philosophy with Nicolai Hartmann and Eduard Spranger and musicology with Arnold Schering and Georg Schünemann. He submitted a dissertation on Franco-Flemish composer Josquin des Prez (c. 1450-1521) and his work during the Renaissance. He received his degree in 1944. During his studies in Berlin, Celibidache was introduced to Zen Buddhism through the influence of his teacher, Martin Steinke, and the tenets of Buddhism informed Celibidache's worldview and work for the rest of his life. Notable releases have been his Munich performances of Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Anton Bruckner, Robert Schumann, Johann Sebastian Bach, Gabriel Fauré and a series of live performances with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra...


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  • Celibidache - Beethovens 9th Symphony - Rehearsal of 2nd Movt

    6:28

    Sergiu Celibidache rehearses the second movement of Ludwig van Beethoven's 9th Symphony op. 125 Choral with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. German, with English subtitles.

    Video clip extracted from the documentary Celibidache - You Don't Do Anything - You Let It Evolve -

  • Boléro - Maurice Ravel - Münchner Philharmoniker - Sergiu Celibidache

    19:52

    Sergiu Celibidache dirigiert die Münchner Philharmoniker; Maurice Ravel: Boléro

    Inhaltsangabe der TV-Zeitschrift Gong:
    Anläßlich des Geburtstages von Sergiu Celibidache am 28. Juni zeigt das ZDF eine Aufzeichnung des glanzvollen Interpretation von Maurice Ravels Bolero von 1983.

    VHS-Mitschnitt, ZDF, 1987

  • Celibidache

    2:21:08

    Celibidache

  • Beethoven - Symphony No 9 Choral - Celibidache, MPO

    1:18:39

    Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 in D minor Choral, Op. 125
    Helen Donath soprano, Doris Soffel mezzo-soprano, Siegfried Jerusalem tenor, Peter Lika bass
    Munich Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live recording: 17 March 1989, Philharmonie am Gasteig, München

  • Prokofiev: Symphony No.1 / Celibidache Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana

    18:29

    1st [1:36] 2nd [6:28] 3rd [11:41] 4th [13:50]

    Sergiu Celibidache
    Orchestra della Radiotelevisione della Svizzera Italiana

    1975 Live

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  • Bruckner Symphony No 6 Celibidache Münchner Philharmoniker 1991

    1:8:07

    Anton Bruckner - Symphony No. 6 in A Major
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Recorded at the Philharmonie am Gasteig, Munich
    November 26 - 30, 1991
    1. Maestoso
    2. Adagio. Sehr feierlich
    3. Scherzo. Nicht schnell — Trio. Langsam
    4. Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell

  • Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade - Celibidache, RSS

    51:09

    Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade

    Hans Kalafusz, violin
    Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart
    Sergiu Celibidache, conductor

    Recorded live at the Studio Villa Berg, Süddeutscher Rundfunk, Stuttgart, November 1982

  • Beethoven - Symphony No 3 Eroica - Celibidache, MPO

    57:46

    Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 3 in E♭ major, Op. 55 Sinfonia Eroica, Heroic Symphony
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live recordings: 12 & 13 April 1987, Philharmonie am Gasteig, München

  • Ravel: Bolero / Celibidache Münchner Philharmoniker (1994 Movie Live

    20:45

    S-VHS → PC

    Sergiu Celibidache
    Münchner Philharmoniker

    1994.5 Live

  • Sergiu Celibidache - Lezione di fenomenologìa musicale

    37:35

    Anno 1974, lezione di fenomenologìa musicale alla RTSI.
    Il Maestro rivela alcune importanti considerazioni sulla musica, ogni musicista ne dovrebbe tenere conto e farne tesoro!

  • Memoria exilului romanesc - Sergiu Celibidache

    44:01

  • Prokofieff - Classical Symphony English subtitles

    39:16

    Sergei Prokofiev - Symphony No. 1 in D major Op. 25 Classical
    Munich Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Rehearsal footage
    German, with English subtitles
    Live recording: 1988
    Watch the uninterrupted performance here:

  • Bruckner Symphony No 8 Celibidache Münchner Philharmoniker Live Tokyo 20 Oct 1990

    1:42:21

    Anton Bruckner - Symphony Number 8 in C minor
    Version 1890 - Edition: Leopold Nowak
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live Suntory Hall Tokyo, 20 October 1990
    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Scherzo. Allegro moderato - Trio, langsam
    3. Adagio. Feierlich langsam, doch nicht schleppend
    4. Finale. Fierlich, nicht schnell

  • Tchaikovsky Symphony No.5, Mov.4 by Celibidache, MPO

    13:47

    Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.5 in E minor Op.64
    - IV. Andante maestoso - Allegro vivace

    Münchner Philharmoniker
    Sergiu Celibidache, Conductor

    Live at Herculessaal, Munich (1983)

  • Celibidache Magier und Tyrann

    43:19

    Celibidache Magier und Tyrann

  • Brahms: Variazioni su un tema di Haydn op 56 a | Sergiu Celibidache | RAI Napoli

    20:56

    Johannes Brahms: Variazioni su un tema di Haydn op 56 a Chorale St Antonii

    Orchestra Alessandro Scarlatti di Napoli della RAI diretta da Sergiu Celibidache
    Registrazione effettuata presso la Sala Grande del Conservatorio San Pietro a Majella di Napoli il 12 novembre 1971

  • Amintiri despre Sergiu Celibidache cu Iosif Sava și Ioana Celibidache

    7:53

    Ioana Celibidache, într-un interviu cu Iosif Sava despre, soțul său, marele dirijor Sergiu Celibidache, imagini din Arhiva TVR

  • Beethoven - Symphony No 6 Pastoral - Celibidache, MPO

    52:20

    Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68 Pastoral Symphony
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live recording: 25 January 1993, Philharmonie am Gasteig, München

  • Beethoven - Symphony No 7 - Celibidache, MPO

    43:22

    Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live recording: 20 January 1989, Philharmonie am Gasteig, München

  • Mozart - Requiem - Celibidache, MPO

    1:8:38

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (completed by Franz Xaver Süssmayr)
    0:00 Applause
    0:39 Introitus
    8:31 Kyrie
    11:47 Dies irae
    13:51 Tuba mirum
    18:48 Rex tremendae
    22:07 Recordare
    28:21 Confutatis
    32:24 Lacrimosa
    36:31 Domine Jesu
    41:03 Hostias
    45:53 Sanctus
    47:46 Benedictus
    54:32 Agnus Dei
    59:08 Lux aeterna
    1:07:03 Applause

    Caroline Petrig, soprano, Christel Borchers, contralto, Peter Straka, tenor, Matthias Hölle, bass
    Philharmonischer Chor München
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live recordings: 12, 13, 15 & 17 February 1995, Philharmonie am Gasteig, München

  • Strauss - Till Eulenspiegel - Celibidache, SRSO

    15:30

    Richard Strauss - Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche op. 28 (Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks)
    Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sergiu Celibidache, 1965
    Watch the rehearsal here -

  • Wagner - Tristan und Isolde - Liebestod - Celibidache, MPO

    21:41

    Richard Wagner - Tristan und Isolde - Liebestod
    Munich Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live recordings: 6.XII 1983, Herkulessaal der Munchner Residenz

  • La Dirección de Orquesta según el Maestro Sergiu Celibidache

    45:38

    LA DIRECCIÓN DE ORQUESTA SEGÚN EL MAESTRO SERGIU CELIBIDACHE
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    García Asensio con la Orquesta Sinfónica RTVE enseña en un documental de La 2 la técnica de la dirección.

    El conocido director, al frente de la Sinfónica RTVE muestra con ejemplos la técnica de dirección de orquesta del legendario Sergiu Celibidache.

    A lo largo de este documental didáctico se puede escuchar numerosos ejemplos de piezas clásicas interpretadas por la Orquesta Sinfónica RTVE.

    Los Conciertos de La 2 emitió un programa especial de carácter didáctico, con motivo de los 50 años de la Orquesta Sinfónica RTVE el maestro Enrique García Asensio, que fue en dos ocasiones director titular de esta orquesta, ha ideado un documental para ayudar a entender mejor a los aficionados a la música y a los espectadores en general, la misión del director de orquesta. Para ello, García Asensio ha seguido el método de dirección del que fuera su maestro durante años, Sergiu Celibidache. A lo largo de cerca de 45 minutos, el director valenciano que fue alumno del legendario director rumano nos muestra, a través de ejemplos musicales diferentes aspectos y técnicas de la dirección de orquesta, una especialidad que según el propio García Asensio “es la más desconocida dentro del mundo de los aficionados a la música”.

    Según el director valenciano, aprendió siempre enseñanzas válidas de los maestros que tuvo en dirección de orquesta, pero afirma que desde 1960 utiliza la técnica que descubrió con Sergio Celibidache, del que fue asistente en numerosas ocasiones. La misión del director es, añade García Asensio “Aunar en una sola inteligencia, la suya, las distintas maneras de interpretar una obra que los componentes de la orquesta, músicos como él, puedan sentir”.

    En el documental, la Orquesta Sinfónica RTVE con la dirección de Enrique García Asensio interpreta fragmentos de la Obertura Egmont, y la Sinfonía nº 5 de L. V. Beethoven; la Sinfonía º 8, “Incompleta”, de F. Schubert; la Obertura de El sueño de una noche de verano y la Sinfonía nº 4 “Italiana”, de F. Mendelssohn; la Sinfonía nº 36 “Linz”, de W. A. Mozart; la Sinfonía nº 100 “Militar” de F. J. Haydn y la Obertura de La forza del destino, de G. Verdi. Todas estas piezas se grabaron el pasado mes de mayo de 2016 en el Teatro Monumental de Madrid.

    Guión y dirección musical de Enrique García Asensio.
    © Rtve «Los conciertos de La 2»
    2 de octubre de 2016
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    Enrique García Asensio (1937-)
    Natural de Valencia, ha dirigido casi todas las orquestas españolas y su actividad profesional en el campo internacional se ha desarrollado en los cinco continentes.

    En enero de 1970, se convirtió en el primer Catedrático de Dirección de Orquesta del Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid.

    Ha dado muchos cursos de Dirección en toda España y en el extranjero. Posee una extensa discografía grabada en España e Inglaterra. Desarrolló una interesante labor pedagógica, presentando el programa de TVE “El Mundo de la Música” (1976-80), adquiriendo gran popularidad y audiencia.

    Está en posesión de premios y distinciones otorgadas por la RAI de Milán (1962), Rotary Club de Siena, Academia Chigiana (1963), Primer Premio Dimitri Mitropoulos de Nueva York (1967), Academia Charles Cros de París (1976), Premio de “Interpretación Discográfica 1991” del Ministerio de Cultura, entre otros. En 2012, la Fundación Celibidache, con motivo del “Festival Celibidache 100”, celebrado en Bucarest en el año del centenario del nacimiento de ese director, seleccionó a Enrique García Asensio para impartir las Clases Magistrales de Dirección que tuvieron lugar durante el evento. Asimismo, el pleno del Ayuntamiento de Valencia le concede, por unanimidad, el nombramiento de “Hijo Predilecto” de la Ciudad (2012).

    Enrique García Asensio ha sido el director titular de la Orquesta Sinfónica RTVE en dos ocasiones, de 1966 a 1984 y de 1990 a 1998.

  • Pictures At An Exhibition - Mussorgsky - Celibidache and LSO

    44:26

    Pictures at an Exhibition
    Modest Mussorgsky
    Orch.: Maurice Ravel
    London Symphony Orchestra
    Conductor: Sergiu Celibidache

  • Sergiu Celibidache: Symphony n.9

    1:8:26

    Orchestra e coro della Rai di Torino. 1958

  • Sergiu Celibidache vorbind despre filosofia muzicii

    17:00

    Este un interviu luat în limba franceză, dar titrat în engleză. Iată câteva eșantioane din magnifica expunere a unuia dintre cei mai mari maeștri ai lumii:

    „Dacă vă concentrați atenția pe un singur instrument, nu mai aveți suficient timp.
    Dar dacă vrei să cuprinzi totalitatea, care este în mișcare, care relaxează și se expandează...
    care înmugurește spre un fortissimo, atunci te afli în același loc în care am fost eu. De acolo apare identificarea. Îl găsești ca fiind perfect. Nu este meritul tău, nici al meu. Amândoi am auzit aceeași bogăție. Săracii critici nu sunt capabili să facă asta, din moment ce doar memoria este ceva ce mereu îi condiționează. Actul creativ nu cunoaște memorie, știință și nici cunoaștere. Acestea sunt lucruri mereu atașate de trecut. Actul creativ nu acceptă nici o condiționare în afara lui. Din acest motiv este liber. [...].

    În muzică, prezentul este o perpetuă geneză. Momentul „acum” este legat mereu de început și sfârșit. Dar, în același timp, este detașat de toate elementele care ar putea influența funcția muzicală. [...].

    Eu nu pot crede că noi, oamenii, putem cuprinde o dimensiune dincolo de uman. Chiar dacă nu este ceva fizic sau tridimensional, e ceva încă uman.
    De exemplu, Bruckner a manifestat o adâncă credință creștină, din care își trăgea puterea.
    A avut o viață dificilă iar asta l-a ajutat. [...].
    Nu cred că Bruckner a compus o așa muzică eternă pentru că a suferit de lucruri pe care noi le înțelegem, cu mintea noastră carteziană. Rămâne un mister, de ce a scris această muzică. El nu a avut parte de încurajare sau validare din partea celor din jurul lui. Din contra. Și totuși, nu a renunțat niciodată.

    Eu sunt foarte religios. Cred în într-un centru vibrațional cosmic. Cred că suntem permanent în contat cu El. Fie că-l numesc „Dumenzeu” sau altfel. [...].
    Iar dacă totul este vibrație, ai nevoie de un centru de referință. Cum ai putea să spui, în acest caz, că ceva se mișcă sau nu, că faci parte din aceste vibrații, dacă nu există un centru de referință? Cum este posibil? Tot ce ne face să ne mișcăm este mereu recognoscibil și justificabil pentru noi, datorită unei experiențe certe sau a unei credințe certe.
    Asta se aplică la orice. Dacă spui: îmi place un lucru sau îl detest, există mereu un sistem de referință care să te motiveze.

    Indiferența absolută nu este umană pentru că noi suntem mereu îndreptați către ceva anume. [...]. Cel ce greșește, greșește datorită unei scăpări a sistemului referențial.
    Muzica trebuie înțeleasă în acest sens. E cea mai scurtă cale către revelația umană și a existenței sistemului vibrațional central. [...].

    Orice artă are un singur scop: Libertatea.
    Când spui: „Ah, ce frumos! Sunt mișcat! Celibidache e minunat de dramatic!”, acestea sunt doar înțelesuri. E doar o mușcătură care vă ispitește să mușcați.
    Nu este doar sunetul cel care provoacă o reacție în voi. [...].
    Frumusețea este doar un stadiu de pe calea Adevărului, pe calea de a fi capabil să percepi senzația Centrului Vibrațional Cosmic. [...].
    Emoția este o momeală. Ascultăm un sunet frumos la început pentru că e frumos, dar adevărul și scopul ultim a fiecărei piese muzicale este libertatea”.
    Trebuie să trecem dincolo de „Asta a fost frumos!”, și să spunem: „ A fost bine! Sunt din nou liber!”

  • Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade Op.35, Sergiu Celibidache

    53:52

    Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade Op.35
    1. The Sea and Sinbad's Ship 0:00
    (Largo e maestoso — Lento — Allegro non troppo — Tranquillo)
    2. The Kalandar Prince 11:59
    (Lento — Andantino — Allegro molto — Vivace scherzando —
    Moderato assai — Allegro molto ed animato)
    3. The Young Prince and The Young Princess 23:59
    (Andantino quasi allegretto — Pochissimo più mosso — Come
    prima — Pochissimo più animato)
    4. Festival at Baghdad. The Sea. The Ship Breaks against a Cliff
    Surmounted by a Bronze Horseman. 39:42
    (Allegro molto — Lento — Vivo — Allegro non troppo e maestoso
    — Tempo come I)

    Munchner Philharmoniker
    Sergiu Celibidache, Conductor
    Live rec. 1984, Munich, Helkulessaal

  • Debussy: Nocturnes / Celibidache Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart

    33:19

    Sergiu Celibidache
    Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart

    1981

  • Brahms - Symphony No 3 - Celibidache, MPO

    37:44

    Johannes Brahms - Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90
    Munich Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live recording: 20 June 1979, Herkulessaal der Munchner Residenz

  • Bruckner Symphony No 7 Celibidache Münchner Philharmoniker Live Tokyo 18 Oct 1990

    1:21:43

    Anton Bruckner - Symphony No. 7 in E Major
    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live Suntory Hall, Tokyo 18 October 1990
    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Adagio. Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam
    3. Scherzo. Sehr schnell - Trio. Etwas langsamer
    4. Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht schnell

  • Beethoven - Symphony No 5 - Celibidache, MPO

    37:29

    Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67
    0:00 Allegro con brio
    7:25 Andante con moto
    19:33 Scherzo: Allegro
    25:50 Allegro - Presto
    36:32 Applause

    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergiu Celibidache
    Live recordings: 28 & 31 May 1992, Philharmonie am Gasteig, München

  • Sergiu Celibidache conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker: Bruckner Symphony No. 7

    4:12

    In 1992, the revered conductor Sergiu Cellibidache returned to conduct the Berliner Philharmoniker for the first time in thirty-eight years. This stupendous event was to be his final concert with the famous orchestra, and it is the only video recording in existence of Celibidache conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker. Bruckner's majestic Symphony No. 7 is given an expansive, triumphant performance that fills the Schauspielhaus with rich, ripe and burnished sound.
    To maximise the artistic impact of this momentous occasion, the video assets have been restored and upscaled from 4:3 to 16:9.
    Recorded live in the Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 31 March and 1 April 1992, directed by Rodney Greenberg.
    Includes the 54 mins. Documentary 'The Triumphant Return' directed by Wolfgang Becker. The film documents the maestro Celibidache's reunion with the Berliner Philharmoniker
    after 38 years, and includes extensive footage from the rehearsals of Bruckner's Symphony No. 7 and interviews with former orchestra members.

  • Beethoven Symphony No. 7 - Celibidache, Stuttgart RSO

    42:36

    Sergiu Celibidache, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Beethoven-Saal, Stuttgart, 12 Nov. 1981

    Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92
    00:03 - 1. Poco sostenuto – Vivace
    15:03 - 2. Allegretto
    25:03 - 3. Scherzo: Presto – Assai meno presto
    33:30 - 4. Finale: Allegro con brio

  • Sergiu Celibidache: Wagner - Tannhäuser, Overture

    17:01

    Sergiu Celibidache (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈserd͡ʒju t͡ʃelibiˈdake] (28 June 1912-14 August 1996) was a Romanian conductor, composer, and teacher. Educated in his native Romania, and later in Paris and Berlin, Celibidache's career in music spanned over five decades, including tenures as principal conductor for the Munich Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic and several European orchestras. Later in life, he taught at Mainz University in Germany and the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Celibidache frequently refused to release his performances on commercial recordings during his lifetime claiming that a listener could not obtain a transcendental experience outside of the concert hall. Many of the recordings of his performances were released posthumously. Nonetheless, he earned international acclaim for celebrated interpretations of classical music and was known for a spirited performance style informed by his study and experiences in Zen Buddhism. Sergiu Celibidache was born in Iași, in Romania in on 28 June 1912 where his father was a government official. Early in his youth, he began studying piano and after traditional schooling in Romania, he was sent by his father to Bucharest and then to Paris where he studied music, philosophy and mathematics. His father had expected him to pursue a political career in Romania. However, Celibidache chose to enroll in the Hochschule für Musik (Academy of Music) in Berlin, Germany in 1936 where he studied composition under Heinz Thiessen and later conducting under Kurt Thomas, Walter Gmeindl and Fritz Stein. He continue with doctoral studies at the Friedrich Wilhelm University (Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität) in Berlin where he studied philosophy with Nicolai Hartmann and Eduard Spranger and musicology with Arnold Schering and Georg Schünemann. He submitted a dissertation on Franco-Flemish composer Josquin des Prez (c. 1450-1521) and his work during the Renaissance. He received his degree in 1944. During his studies in Berlin, Celibidache was introduced to Zen Buddhism through the influence of his teacher, Martin Steinke, and the tenets of Buddhism informed Celibidache's worldview and work for the rest of his life. Notable releases have been his Munich performances of Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Anton Bruckner, Robert Schumann, Johann Sebastian Bach, Gabriel Fauré and a series of live performances with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra...


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  • Giuseppe Verdi - La Forza del Destino: Sergiu Celibidache conducts the LSO in 1978

    9:17

    A rare UK appearance by Maestro Celibidache, here giving the overture to Verdi's opera 'La Forza del Destino' with the London Symphony Orchestra at London's Royal Festival Hall in April 1978.

    This channel is not associated in any way with the London Symphony Orchestra, or its own CD label, LSO LIVE. These are recordings made by a LSO fan over a period of 40 years from 1977, and are not rips of LSO LIVE recordings. I have greatly enjoyed these performances over the years and just wish to share them with other music lovers. No copyright infringement is intended; please make contact if there is an issue.

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