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Les chefs d'orchestre allemands à Paris entre 1894 et 1914

Joëlle Caullier
Revue de Musicologie
T. 67, No. 2 (1981), pp. 191-210
DOI: 10.2307/928738
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/928738
Page Count: 20
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Abstract

In the middle of the ticklish " German question " which troubled in such a way the French society after 1870, the advent of the German conductors in Paris from 1894 forward takes a special significance in the musical life. Within 20 years, they conducted more than 100 concerts in the French capital and they rouse up a wind of definite admiration in strong contrast with the germanophobia of the preceeding 20 years. Yet the political crisis both with the ideological evolution of the French society had a great influence over the acceptability by the public: after 1905 (Tanger), the German conductors progressively met a poor welcome. The aim of the present paper is to bring to the reader a certain number of basic informations which are synoptically disposed in four tables: Table 1: Calendar of musical activities (concerts and scenic performances) led in Paris by german conductor between 1894 and 1914. Table 2: Distribution of german activities in terms of the conducted orchestras. Table 3: Distribution of german activities in terms of the guest conductors. Table 4: Inventory of the programmes. Separate remarks are made for each one of the presented tables.

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