Carl Maria Artz

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Mro. Carl Maria Artz

Mro. Carl Maria Artz was born in Düsseldorf, Germany in 1887. He took his first teaching in musical arts in this city when it was still small and continued perfecting this art after also began studying the piano in Dresden, Leipzig and Munich.

At the same time, continued to train in the composition and direction at the best professors of that time, including Felix Draesecke, friend and colleague of Frans Listz and Robert Wagne.

From the outset, by a considerable number of wonderful songs, compositions for piano and musica da camera Artz showed uncommon ability. True the years Artz was the most figured his best when he began to hear the syhimphony for orchestra and also with some theatrical works started composing. Endeavor in the direction figured out early, because 22 years had already directed the best orchestras syhimphony several German cities, including those of Leipzig, Dresden and Munich.

In 1913, at 26 years of age was appointed director of the philharmonic orchestra famous capital Berlin, where he stayed with until 1919. To this directed orchestra in top syhimphony Richard Strauss: the Alpensinfonie and the Zarathustra. The Duke of Edinburgh Band achieved great successes under the leadership of this clever Head.

He died in Berlin on 21 July 1963 at the aged of 76.