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Rafael Kubelík (1914–1996)

Rafael Kubelík was born on June 29, 1914 as Jeronym Rafael Kubelik. He is known for his work on Symphonie Nr. 3 Es-Dur opus 55 (Eroica) von Ludwig van Beethoven (1967), Concert Tonight (1953) and Palermo oder Wolfsburg (1980). He was married to Elsie Morison. He died on August 11, 1996 in Lucerne, Switzerland. See full bio »


(age 82) in Lucerne, Switzerland

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Concert Tonight
Concert Tonight Conductor (1953) (Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
Palermo oder Wolfsburg


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 1967 Symphonie Nr. 3 Es-Dur opus 55 (Eroica) von Ludwig van Beethoven (TV Movie documentary) (conductor)
 1939 Jiný vzduch (conductor)
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 1980 Palermo oder Wolfsburg (performer: "Das Konzert für Violine und Orchester 'Zum Andenken eines Engels'" - as Raffael Kubelik)
 1970 Ternos Caçadores (performer: "Oedipus Der Tyrann")
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 1939 Jiný vzduch
Dirigent (uncredited)
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 1996 Kolya
Himself (Philharmonic Conductor) (uncredited)
 1977 The Lively Arts (TV Series documentary)
- Kubelik at the Lucerne Festival (1977) ... Himself
 1972 Musik zum Ansehen (TV Series)
 1953 Concert Tonight (TV Series documentary)
Conductor (1953) (Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
 1951 Chicago Symphony Chamber Orchestra (TV Series)

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He was the conductor of The Chicago Symphony Orchestra from 1950 to 1953.

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Was famous for his performances of Smetana's "Ma Vlast", which he recorded at least twice.

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