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The Berlin Philharmonic is one of the most popular, acclaimed and well-respected orchestras in the world. Attracting only the finest soloists and conductors for well over 100 years, we delve into this incredible orchestra's history.
Sadly, Furtwängler's replacement Leo Borchard was accidentally shot dead by an American soldier in 1945. After the seven-year tenure of Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache (pictured) was over in 1952, Furtwängler returned as principal until his death two years later.
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