Klaus Tennstedt

( Merseburg , Germany - June 6, 1926 - Kiel , Germany - 11 January 1998 ) was a German orchestra. One of the most prestigious and esteemed conductors of his generation especially appreciated in the Germanic classical and romantic repertoire. Due to ill health he retired in 1994 as conductor laureate of the LPO, died of cancer at his home in Kiel at age 71. Married to Inge Tennstedt. He left an important legacy record, highlighting his versions of works by Beethoven , Wagner , Brahms , Bruckner and integral cycle of symphonies by Gustav Mahler with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

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