Frauenkirche Rises from the Ashes

Blomster, Wes
March 2006
American Record Guide;Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p8
Focuses on the resurrection of Dresden's Frauenkirche, once Germany's foremost house of Lutheran worship, from the ruins to which Dresden was reduced in February 1945. Information on the November 17, 2005 concert by the New York Philharmonic to celebrate the 75th anniversary of its tour of the continent with Arturo Toscanini; Desire of Dresden's citizens to see the church rebuild; How music director Lorin Maazel completed the November 17 program.


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