Solti
biographical name Sir Georg 1912-1997 originally Gyorgy Stern British (Hungarian-born) conductor & pianist

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  • Solti —   [ ʃɔlti], Sir (seit 1971) Georg (György), britischer Dirigent ungarischer Herkunft, * Budapest 21. 10. 1912, ✝ Antibes 5. 9. 1997; studierte u. a. bei B. Bartók, E. von Dohnányi und Z. Kodály, dirigierte 1934 39 an der Budapester Staatsoper,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • solti — solti, ia, ė KŽ žr. 1 salti 1 …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • Solti — Georg Soltis Grab in Budapest Sir Georg Solti, KBE (* 21. Oktober 1912 in Budapest; † 5. September 1997 in Antibes (Südfrankreich), gebürtig György Stern) war ein ungarisch britischer Dirigent jüdischer Abstammung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Solti — /shohl tee/, n. Sir Georg /gay awrg, jawrj/, 1912 97, British orchestra conductor, born in Hungary. * * * …   Universalium

  • Solti — Sol|ti, Sir Georg (1912 97) a British ↑conductor, born in Hungary, who was the musical director of many important ↑orchestras and had a very energetic style as a conductor …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Solti — Sol•ti [[t]ˈʃoʊl ti[/t]] n. big Sir Georg, 1912–97, British orchestra conductor, born in Hungary …   From formal English to slang

  • Solti — /ˈʃɒlti/ (say sholtee) noun Sir Georg /ˈgeɪɔg/ (say gayawg) (Gyorgy Stern), 1912–97, British conductor, born in Hungary; musical director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra 1969–91 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Solti — Sọl|ti [ʃ... ], György [dʒ̮œrtʃ̮] (ungarischer Dirigent) …   Die deutsche Rechtschreibung

  • Solti — /shohl tee/, n. Sir Georg /gay awrg, jawrj/, 1912 97, British orchestra conductor, born in Hungary …   Useful english dictionary

  • SOLTI, SIR GEORG — (1912–1997), conductor. Born in Budapest, Solti studied at the Liszt Academy with Dohnanyi, Bartok, and Kodaly and became an accomplished pianist. From 1930 to 1939 he was répétiteur at the Budapest Opera; he worked with Toscanini at Salzburg… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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