Viel Vergnügen 2. Teil. Conductor – Richard Müller-Lampertz. Orchestrated By – FF. Orchester, Berlin. Vocals – Erwin Hartung, Golgowsky-Quartett. Rights Society: BIEM.
Album: Viel Vergnügen. Viel Vergnügen 2.
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Richard Müller, Archer IV, 1920. Richard Müller (1874-1954) was born in the Bohemian city of Tschirnitz (today Cernovice nad Ohra, Czech Republic) as the son of a weaver. His artistic talent was evident early on. In 1888, at the age of only 14, he was animated by a porcelain painter to enter the famous School of the Royal Saxon Porcelain Manufactory in Meissen, where he was immediately accepted. In 1890, Müller went on his own and without any financial support to Dresden. Here he was, although he had not yet reached the required age of entry, accepted at the Art Academy as one of the youngest.
The Berlin (called the Berliner SO until July 2006) is one of Berlin’s major symphony orchestras. As predecessor of the Berlin, the Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester (Berlin Symphony Orchestra) was founded in 1925, having emerged from the Blüthner-Orchester. Oskar Fried was its leader until he was forced to emigrate in 1934.
A fixture of the Richard Mille collection since 2007, the RM 011 took its bows. Retiring at the height of its glory, it made way for the RM 11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph. The guiding principle for Richard Mille behind the RM 11-03 was to imbue the new automatic RMAC3 calibre with a 3D quality and to bring its complexity visually to the fore. Rm 11-03 automatic chronograph. Circa 55 hours (± 10%), 45 hours with chronograph running. Actual power reserve results will depend on chronograph usage.