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Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 11:32 pm
by brendan g carroll
You will find details concerning Korngold's many performances as conductor in my biography of him ~ 'The Last Prodigy'
Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2009 3:46 pm
In detail: Yes, EWK cond. MahlerÂ´s Kindertotenlieder three times: two t. in Vienna (1920) and in Hamburg (1921). During his engagement as "composer in residence" at the Hamburg Stadt-Theater in 1921 he conducted and plaid furthermore: BeethovenÂ´s violin-sonata D-major, BrahmsÂ´ Es-major-trio op. 40, R. Strauss-songs, BeethovenÂ´s violin-concerto with Georg Kulenkampff-Post, NicolaiÂ´s Windsor-Ouv., and as guest in Luebeck/North.Germany: L.MozartÂ´s Symphony G-major, R.StraussÂ´ Buerger als Edelmann.
During the same time he performed in Vienna: BeethovenÂ´s Egmont-Ouv., L. MozartÂ´s Symph. again, Mendelssohn-Scherzo, BeethovenÂ´s Violin-concerto again but with Alma Moodie. And not to forget:
1923 inSalzburg he accompanied Joseph Marx-songs and premiered songs by his dear friend Julius Bittner with B`s wife Emilie.
A late but remarkable performance happened 1934 during a concert when EWK not only conducted the P. Casals-orchestra but plaid an own Rosenkavalier-transscription perhaps from memory; score not know yet.