So avancierte Kurt Masur 1989 zum Helden

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So avancierte Kurt Masur 1989 zum Helden.
Die Geschichte ist schon so oft erzählt worden - und hat doch nichts von ihrer Wirkung verloren: Leipzig, am 9. Oktober 1989, Kurt Masur soll bei den "Gewandhaus-Festtagen" am Abend "Till Eulenspiegel...

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