Definition of Furtwängler, Wilhelm in English:

Furtwängler, Wilhelm

Line breaks: Wil|helm Furt|wän¦gler
Pronunciation: /ˈfʊətˌvɛŋglə
 
, ˈfʊrtˌvɛŋlɐ/
( 1886–1954), German conductor, chief conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra from 1922. He is noted particularly for his interpretations of Beethoven and Wagner.

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adjective
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