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  1. 22/02/2020 · Jakob Priwin: Also Known As: "Jacob Priwin" Birthdate: April 19, 1885: Birthplace: Graudenz, Grudziadz, Grudziądz County, Pommern, Preussen/Deutschland: Death: Immediate Family: Son of Wolf Priwin and Johanna Edelmann Husband of Lotte Priwin Father of Stephen Wolf Previn and André Previn Brother of Richard Priwin and Isidor Priwin. Managed by:

    • April 19, 1885
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    The young André’s career was nearly cut short, however, when the fascist Nazi party, who upheld a policy of exterminating Jews, rose to power in Germany. Being of Jewish descent, the family was forced to flee their native land when André was nine. Having waited too long to leave, they were unable to bring any of their material possessions. Thus it was that the Previns, who changed their name during their trans-Atlantic voyage, arrived nearly penniless in Hollywood, California, in 1939. The whole family worked together in order to survive. Jack, like the rest of his family, could not speak a word of English, and the family lacked the money for him to study American law. Instead, Jack Previn became the neighborhood piano teacher. Stefan—now Steve-worked as a messenger at Universal Studios. Andr6 continued to study the piano and also took odd, short-term musical employment. It wasn’t long, however, before Andr6, with the help of his American-born film composer uncle, Charlie Previn, la...

    In 1952, with his impulsive marriage to jazz singer Betty Bennett, Previn began a tumultuous and public romantic life that would eventually overshadow, at times, his extraordinary musical career. During this period he returned to Hollywood to resume scoring films for MGM. He found that he had become more valuable than ever before as a classical composer capable of understanding jazz, and his talents were much in demand. Previn also found time to form a new combo and a long-lasting friendship with noted jazz percussionist Shelly Manne. As if that were not enough, in the mid-1950s the composer became a best-selling recording artist for the jazz label Contemporary Records. His album My Fair Ladyearned the status of the biggest-selling jazz record to date. However, Previn was at the same time nursing a deep-seated dissatisfaction with where his life was heading. He ended his marriage with Bennett in 1957, only a few months before the birth of their second child. Not satisfied being chai...

    In 1991 Previn published a memoir of his days as a film composer. It is titled No Minor Chords: My Days in Hollywood, in reference to a proclamation against minor chords issued by a studio magnate who heard a passage he disliked in a score for one of Previn’s films. Notwithstanding the fact that Previn spent many years trying to shake his “Tinsel Town” image, and has on occasion expressed nothing but contempt for the movie industry and nearly all those involved in it, he wrote, “I have to say that I can’t consider my … years in Hollywood as any kind of waste. They were entertaining and educational and highly paid, and I am thankful for all that.” Previn has, though, finally and fully embraced his chosen profession of orchestral conductor. As he explained in No Minor Chords, conducting provides the “healthy and sobering experience of constantly working with music that is invariably better than any performance of it can be. It keeps final goals out of reach and it means that boredom i...

    The Sun Comes Up, 1949. Challenge to Lassie, 1949. Scene of the Crime, 1949. Border Incident, 1949. Tension, 1949. Kim, 1950. The Outriders, 1950. Three Little Words, 1950. Violent Hour, 1950. Shadow on the Wall, 1950. Cause for Alarm, 1951. Small Town Girl, 1953. The Girl Who Had Everything, 1953. Kiss Me Kate, 1953. Give a Girl a Break, 1953. Bad Day at Black Rock, 1954. Kismet, 1955. It’s Always Fair Weather, 1955. The Fastest Gun Alive, 1956. The Catered Affair, 1956. Invitation to the Dance, 1956. House of Numbers, 1957. Designing Woman, 1957. Silk Stockings, 1957. Hot Summer Night, 1957. Gigi, 1958. Porgy and Bess, 1959. Who was That Lady?, 1960. The Subterraneans, 1960. Bells Are Ringing, 1960. Elmer Gantry, 1960. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, 1961. All in a Night’s Work, 1961. One, Two, Three, 1961. Two for the Seesaw, 1962. Long Day’s Journey into Night, 1962. Irma La Douce, 1963. Dead Ringer, 1964. Goodbye Charlie, 1964. My Fair Lady, 1964. Kiss Me Stupid, 1964. Ins...

    Double Play, Contemporary, 1957. My Fair Lady, Contemporary, 1957. Pal Joey, Contemporary, 1957. Gigi, Contemporary, 1958. Plays Songs by Vernon Duke, Contemporary, 1958. Plays Songs by Jerome Kern, Contemporary, 1959. Secret Songs for Young Lovers, 1959. West Side Story, Contemporary, 1959. André Previn’s Trio Jazz: King Size!, Contemporary, 1960. Give My Regards to Broadway, Columbia, 1960. Plays Songs by Harold Arlen, Contemporary, 1960. Like Love, 1960. After Hours, Telarc, 1989. Uptown, Telarc, 1990. Old Friends, Telarc, 1992. What Headphones?, Angel, 1993. A Touch of Elegance, Legacy, 1994. The Essence of André Previn, Legacy, 1994. Previn at Sunset, Black Lion/da music, 1994.


    Bookspan, Martin, and Ross Yockey, Andre Previn: A Biography, Doubleday, 1981. Previn, André, No Minor Chords: My Days in Hollywood, Doubleday, 1991. Ruttencutter, Helen, Previn, St. Martin’s, 1985.


    Down Beat, January 1990. Esquire, September 1984. Keyboard, January 1991. Time, May 8, 1989. —Alan Glenn

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    André Previn nació en una familia judía de Berlín. Emigró con su familia a los Estados Unidos en 1938 huyendo del régimen nazi.[3]​ Consiguió la nacionalidad estadounidense en 1943, se estableció en Los Ángeles y comenzó su carrera en 1948 arreglando y componiendo música para películas de Hollywood. Durante muchos años trabajó en el departamento musical de la Metro Goldwyn Mayer, dirigido por Arthur Freed. A finales de la década de 1950, grabó discos como pianista de jazz que aparecieron sobre todo en la discográfica Contemporary Records. Colaboró con Shelly Manne y Benny Carter. Su álbum con Manne con canciones de My Fair Lady(1956) tuvo un éxito enorme. En 1967, Previn fue nombrado director de la Orquesta Sinfónica de Houston y al año siguiente de la Orquesta Sinfónica de Londres, con la que grabó numerosos y prestigiosos discos. Otras orquestas con las que colaboró estrechamente fueron la Orquesta Sinfónica de Pittsburgh, la Royal Philharmonic Orchestra de Londres y la Orquesta F...

    Música de películas

    Previn intervino en la músicade más de cincuenta bpelículas. Algunas de ellas se detallan a continuación: 1. Cause for Alarm! (Tay Garnett, 1951) 2. Conspiración de silencio (Bad Day at Black Rock, John Sturges, 1955) 3. Siempre hace buen tiempo (It's Always Fair Weather, Stanley Donen y Gene Kelly, 1955) 4. La bella de Moscú (Silk Stockings, Rouben Mamoulian, 1957) 5. Elmer Gantry (Richard Brooks, 1960) 6. Los cuatro jinetes del apocalipsis (The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Vincente Minn...


    1. Coco(libreto: Alan Jay Lerner), musical (1969, Nueva York) 2. The Good Companions(libreto: Johnny Mercer), musical (1974, Londres) 3. A Streetcar Named Desire (libreto: Philip Littell basado en la obra de Tennessee Williams, Un tranvía llamado Deseo), ópera en tres actos (1998, Ópera de San Francisco) 4. Brief encounter (libreto: John Caird basado en el guion Breve encuentro de Noël Coward), ópera (2009, Houston Grand Opera)


    1. Collaboration (RCA Victor, 1955) - con Shorty Rogers 2. Double Play! (Contemporary, 1957) con Russ Freeman 3. Pal Joey(Contemporary, 1957) 4. Gigi(Contemporary, 1958) 5. André Previn Plays Songs by Vernon Duke(Contemporary, 1958) 6. King Size!(Contemporary, 1959) 7. André Previn Plays Songs by Jerome Kern(Contemporary, 1959) 8. West Side Story(Contemporary, 1959) 9. The Subterraneans(Soundtrack) (MGM, 1960) 10. Like Previn!(Contemporary, 1960) 11. André Previn Plays Songs by Harold Arlen(C...

    Grabaciones de sus propias obras de música clásica

    1. Guitar Concerto (1972, con John Williams y London Symphony Orchestra) 2. Every Good Boy Deserves Favour(1978, London Symphony Orchestra) 3. Piano Concerto and Guitar Concerto (1990, con Vladimir Ashkenazy, Eduardo Fernandez y Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) 4. Honey and Rue (1995, con Kathleen Battley Orchestra of St. Luke's) 5. "From Ordinary Things": Sonata for Cello and Piano; Four Songs for Soprano, Cello and Piano; Two Remembrances for Soprano, Alto Flute and Piano; Vocalise for Soprano...

    André Previn en Internet Movie Database (en inglés).
    Sobre André Previn, en el sitioScore Magacine; en español.
    It's Always Fair Weather. Siempre hace buen tiempo. 1955. Gene Kelly: emisión del 7 de enero de 2019 de El tranvía de Broadway, programa de Radio Clásica.
    • Early Life
    • in The Film Studios
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    • as A Conductor and Composer of Classical Music
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    • List of Awards
    • Further Reading

    Previn was born in Berlin to a Jewish family, the second son and last of three children of Charlotte (née Epstein; Frankfurt 1891–1986) and Jack Previn (Jakob Priwin; Graudenz 1885–1963), who was a lawyer, judge, and music teacher born in Graudenz, then in Germany but now in Poland. The oldest son Steve Previn became a director. The year of Previn's birth is uncertain. Whereas most published reports give 1929, Previn himself stated that 1930 was his birth year. All three children received piano lessons and Previn was the one who enjoyed them from the start and displayed the most talent. At six, he enrolled at the Berlin Conservatory.In 1938, Previn's father was told that his son was no longer welcome at the conservatory, despite André receiving a full scholarship in recognition of his abilities, on the grounds that he was Jewish. In 1938, the family had applied for American visas and during the nine-month wait to obtain them, left Berlin for Paris. Previn's father enrolled his son i...

    Previn was involved in creating the music for over 50 films and won four Academy Awardsfor his work. Previn's career as a composer, conductor, and arranger at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios (MGM) began in 1946, while he was still in high school, after their music department noticed his work for a local radio program and hired him. Previn recalled that MGM was "looking for somebody who was talented, fast and cheap and, because I was a kid, I was all three. So they hired me to do piecework and I evidently did it very well." His first official credit was for an entry in the Lassie series, The Sun Comes Up(1949), which much later he thought was "the most inept score you ever heard" after seeing a television rerun. While a full-time employee at MGM in 1950, Previn was drafted into the military. Beginning in 1951, while stationed with the Sixth Army Band at the Presidio of San Francisco, Previn took private conducting lessons for two years from Pierre Monteux, then conductor of the San Franc...

    Previn described himself as a musician who played jazz, rather than a jazz musician. Nevertheless, he proved to be a gifted jazz-piano interpreter and arranger of songs from the "Great American Songbook", winning the respect of prominent dedicated jazz artists. He separately worked as piano-accompanist to singers of jazz standards, from Ella Fitzgerald to Doris Day, recording prolifically. And, like Oscar Peterson, whom he admired tremendously, and Bill Evans, he worked often as a trio pianist, usually with bass and drums, collaborating with dozens of famed jazz instrumentalists. Previn also memorably filmed TV shows with Peterson (1974) and Fitzgerald (1979). Jazz critic and historian Ted Gioia wrote in his book about West Coast jazz, the scene to which Previn belonged: Dizzy Gillespieon Previn, said:

    As conductor

    He was music director of the Houston Symphony Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the Oslo Philharmonic, as well as the principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1967, Previn succeeded Sir John Barbirolli as music director of the Houston Symphony Orchestra. In 1968, he began his tenure as principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), serving in that post until 1979. During his LSO ten...

    As composer

    André Previn left two concert overtures, several tone poems, 14 concerti, a symphony for strings, incidental music to a British play; a rich trove of chamber music (six violin sonatas, other scores for violin and piano; sonatas for bassoon, cello, clarinet, flute and oboe, each with piano; a waltz for two oboes and piano, three other trios, a string quartet with soprano, a clarinet quintet, a quintet for horn and strings, a nonet, a so-called Octet for Eleven, and three works for brass ensemb...

    In his capacity as conductor, mainly, Previn enjoyed a long relationship with the medium of television. He featured in Meet André Previn (1969) on London Weekend Television, the Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show in 1971 and 1972 (BBC), André Previn's Music Night (with the London Symphony Orchestra; three programmes in 1973, others in 1975 and 1976), and television interviews with other musicians. He made appearances on Call My Bluff and participated in documentaries about popular music and jazz during the 1970s and 1980s. In the United Kingdom he worked on TV with the London Symphony Orchestra. In the U.S. the television program Previn and the Pittsburgh (1977) featured him in collaboration with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

    Previn was married five times. His first marriage, in 1952, was to jazz singer Betty Bennett, with whom he had two daughters, Claudia Previn Stasny and Alicia Previn.Previn divorced Bennett in 1957, a few months before she gave birth to Alicia. In 1959, he married Dory Langan. A singer-songwriter, Dory became widely known as a lyricist with whom Previn collaborated on several Academy Award-nominated film scores during their marriage. After Previn separated from her in 1968 during her hospitalization for a mental breakdown, Dory resumed her career as a singer-songwriter with On My Way to Where (1970), a critically acclaimed album whose confessional lyrics were described as "searingly honest", and chronicled both her mental health struggles and the infidelity that she alleged had at once precipitated the end of her marriage to Previn and exacerbated her intermittent mental illness. In 2013, jazz singer Kate Dimbleby and pianist Naadia Sheriff revisited Dory Previn's musical reflection...

    Previn was nominated for 11 Academy Awards. He won four times, in 1958, 1959, 1963 and 1964. He is one of the few composers to have accomplished the feat of winning back-to-back Oscars, and one of only two to have done so on two occasions. Previn was the first person in the history of the Academy Awards to receive three nominations in one year (for the 1960 awards). In 1970 he was nominated for a Tony Award as part of Coco's nomination for Best Musical. In 1974, he composed the musical score for The Good Companions starring John Mills in London. In 1977 he became an Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Music. The 1977 television show Previn and the Pittsburgh was nominated for three Emmyawards. Previn was appointed an honorary Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1996. (Not being a citizen of a Commonwealth realm, he was permitted to use the post-nominal letters KBE but was not styled "Sir André".) Previn received the Kennedy Center Honors in 1998 in recognition...

    Previn's discography contains hundreds of recordings in film, jazz, classical music, theatre, and contemporary classical music. Because of the huge number of recordings, the following lists are necessarily highly selective. A full discography (including LP/CD record codes) is available in Frédéric Döhl: André Previn. Musikalische Vielseitigkeit und ästhetische Erfahrung, Stuttgart 2012, pp. 295–319.

    Academy Awards

    Best Music – Scoring of a Musical Picture 1. 1958 Gigi (orig. music: Loewe) 2. 1959 Porgy and Bess (orig. music: Gershwin) Best Score – Adaptation or Treatment 1. 1963 Irma la Douce (orig. music: Monnot) 2. 1964 My Fair Lady(orig. music: Loewe)

    Grammy Awards

    Previn received Grammy Awards and nominations: Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award 1. 2010André Previn Best Instrumental Soloist 1. 2005 Previn: Violin Concerto; Bernstein: Serenade Best Classical Crossover Album 1. 2003 Korngold: The Sea Hawk, Captain Bloodwith the London Symphony Orchestra Best Chamber Music Performance 1. 1999 American Scenes: Copland, Previn, Barber, Gershwin Best Choral Performance 1. 1974 Walton: Belshazzar's Feastwith the London Symphony Chorus & Orchestra 2. 1977 Rachma...

    In English: 1. Martin Bookspan / Ross Yockey: André Previn. A Biography, Garden City/New York 1981. 2. Frédéric Döhl, André Previn. In: German Historical Institut Washington DC: Transatlantic Perspectives. Europe in the Eyes of European Immigrants to the United States, 1930–1980, Washington 2012. 3. Frédéric Döhl, André Previn. In: Charles Hiroshi Garrett: New Grove Dictionary of American Music. 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press, New York 2013, Vol. 6, pp. 597–599. 4. Frédéric Döhl, About the Task of Adapting a Movie Classic for the Opera Stage: On André Previn’s A Streetcar Named Desire (1998) and Brief Encounter (2009). In: Frédéric Döhl & Gregor Herzfeld (eds.): In Search of the Great American Opera: Tendenzen des amerikanischen Musiktheaters, Münster 2016, pp. 147–175. 5. Michael Freedland: André Previn, London 1991. 6. Edward Greenfield: André Previn. In: The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, hrsg. von Stanley Sadie, London 2001, Vol. 20, pp. 309–310. 7. Edward Gr...

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    Steve Previn (then known as Wolf Priwin) steamed aboard the SS Hamburg from Hamburg, Germany to New York from January 16, 1936, to January 24, 1936, to join a family friend in New York, Rudolph Polk (1895–1957), a concert violinist who, at the time, lived at 35 West 81st Street in Manhattan.

  3. André George PREVIN, KBE Composor, orchestrator and conductor. Son of Jack Previn (né Priwin) (1885-1963) and Charlotte (Epstein) Previn (1891-1986), whose name at birth was Andreas Ludwig Priwin, was born April 06, 1929 in Berlin, Germany.

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