See also:born at
See also:Giessen on the 7th of
See also:November 1839, and was the son of a Jewish
See also:rabbi . He was educated at Giessen and
See also:Mannheim, and came under Vincenz Lachner's
See also:notice . From 1855 to 1858 Levi studied at the
See also:Leipzig conservatorium, and after a series of travels which took him to
See also:Paris, he obtained his first
See also:post as
See also:music director at
See also:Saarbrucken, which post he exchanged for that at Mannheim in 1861 . From 1862 to 1864 he was chief conductor of the German
See also:opera in
See also:Rotterdam, then till 1872 at Carlsruhe, when he went to
See also:Munich, a post he held until 1896, when
See also:health compelled him to resign . Levi's name is indissolubly connected with the increased public appreciation of Wagner's music . He conducted the first performance of
See also:Parsifal at
See also:Bayreuth in 1882, and was connected with the musical
See also:life of that place during the
See also:remainder of his career . He visited
See also:London in 1895 .
OSCAR IVAN LEVERTIN (1862-1906)
LEONE LEVI (1821-1888)
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