München: Tonhalle

Country: Germany (Deutschland)
State: Bayern
City: München
Location: Maxvorstadt, Türkenstraße / Prinz-Ludwig-Straße

Concert hall, built 1895 by Martin Dülfer as "Kaim-Saal". Named after Franz Kaim, founder of the "Kaim'sches Philharmonisches Orchester". 1895 installation of a Walcker pipe organ (op. 733, II/P 50). Renamed "Tonhalle" in Oct 1905. Destroyed by bombs on 25 Apr 1944. Remains demolished.

Home to the "Kaim'sches Philharmonisches Orchester" (1895 renamed "Kaim-Orchester", 1908 renamed "Konzertvereins-Orchester", 1924 renamed "Münchner Philharmoniker").

Notable world premieres:

  • Max Reger: Choralfantasie op. 52,3 (9 Nov 1901)
  • Gustav Mahler: Symphonie Nr. 4 (25 Nov 1901)
  • Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari: La vita Nuova (21 Mar 1903)
  • Arthur Schnitzler: Der Reigen (scenes IV-VI, 25 June 1903)
  • Gustav Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde (20 Nov 1911)

Link: Wikipedia

Muenchen: Tonhalle Picture: left above: Frauenkirche cathedral, left below: Kaim-Saal restaurant, right above: concert hall
Front Text: "Gruss aus dem Kaim-Saal - München, den"
Publisher: Bernhard Wertheimer & Cie., Frankfurt
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: within München, 1897

Muenchen: Tonhalle Front Text: inscription: "Tonhalle"
Reverse Text: "Tonhalle K.V.M."
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: within München, 1914

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