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Serving Genius Tells the life story of Carlo Maria Giulini, one of the renowned and beloved conductors of the twentieth century. Detailing Giulini's professional career, this book also chronicles Giulini's personal life, including his musical awakening while growing up amid the spectacular beauty of the Dolomite mountains. Full description

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A book worthy of its subject 20 janvier 2011
Par Mogulmeister - Publié sur Amazon.com
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FANTASTIC book! If Carlo Maria Giulini interests you, don't hesitate to buy this book. I really didn't want it to end. A lot of times, conductor biographies become an exercise in, he did this work here and that work there, and played this work a total of X times in his career, etc. While there is some of that (appropriately), what the book does tremendously well is give a sense as to the "hows" and "whys" of Giulini's unique style and approach. It is a very well researched book, and provides a lot of insight into Giulini the person, not just Giulini the conductor. This is really well done and highly recommended.
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Music to your eyes 8 février 2012
Par John Wasik - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having heard Maestro Giulini conduct the Chicago Symphony some time ago, I can tell you he was an amazing talent. He conducted a Schubert mass that was among the most memorable performances I've ever attended in my more than 50 years of listening and loving all kinds of music. Saler presents a nuanced portrait of the great conductor and one worthy of his remarkable ability to connect with audiences. Even if you've never heard Giulini make music (please sample his recordings), this is a unique insight into a master of the baton.
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recommended 16 janvier 2011
Par j th witvliet - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Conductors as Karajan and Bernstein knew how to use publicity. Carlo Maria Giulini didn't care, but he was just as good a conductor, if not better. As a human being and a musician he was highly esteemed by those who worked with him. He well deserved this accurate biography.
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Covers the basics, but misses the heart 22 avril 2013
Par Lynne - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Overall, the book is well written, if somewhat dry, and covers his life from early school days, the difficult war years and into his most famous collaborations, with LaScala, Covent Garden, CSO and other orchestras. There are some black & white photos from youth to old age. Opera buffs hoping to find any insights into his opera career will be disappointed. I find it odd, that from his opera days, there are only a few interviews listed. Come on, one of the greatest opera conductors and all the author could come up with is Lord Harewood & Sir John Tooley (Covent Garden). Franco Zeffirelli could have provided much insight into the famous Callas/Visconti Traviata at LaScala. As to singers, only Robert Tear & Carol Neblett are listed. What??? I would have liked to hear from some of the singers Giulini worked with on his now classic albums, including: "Don Carlos", EMI Classics (Domingo, Cabballe, Verrett & Milnes, most of whom are still around); "Marriage of Figaro", EMI Classics (Taddei, Schwarzkopf, Moffo, Cossotto, Wachter & Cappuccilli -- Cossotto could have been interviewed; the "Verdi Requium", EMI Classics (Ludwig, Schwarzkopf, Baker & Gedda -- Ludwig, Baker & Gedda who are still alive could have been interviewed; "Il Trovatore", Deutsche Grammophon (Domingo, Plowright, Fassbaender, Zancanaro, Nesterenko -- Plowright, Fassbaender & Zancanaro could have interviewed; & finally Verdi's "Falstaff" (Bruson, Ricciarelli, Nucci, Hendricks, Gonzalez, Valentini-Terrani, all of whom could have been interviewed). Also, Lady Valeri Solti could have interviewed for insights into Giulini's relationship with Solti during the CSO years. The illness of Giulini's wife, Marcella, is treated sensitively & confirms what we already knew -- that he was deeply devoted to her. The lack of a discography is puzzling, considering his fame as an opera & symphony conductor. It's particularly annoying, because in the Preface, the author states that when he heard of Giulini's death, he put on a recording of Giulini conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus in the "In Paradisum" from Faure's "Requiem" and cried. Well, it might have been nice for the rest of us to learn if that recording is available. Yes, it's on Amazon.com as are all the other albums listed in this review. There's so much other wonderful music omitted from the book that we'll have to wait for someone else to write a more complete view of his life & career. It's better to have the book than not to have it, but it's missing the heart of the man -- the opera man, one of the all time greatest. Boo, hiss, for not including a discography or a CD.
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