PHILA MUSICA 2019

EXPHIMO organised already for the 4th time the Premio Augusto Massari or the competition of the best thematic exhibit of ‘music’. Since you still have specialised philatelic working groups of music in Italy and Germany, these countries are always present with some participants. The German Motivgruppe Musik celebrated its 60th anniversary with this PHILA MUSICA 2019 exhibition.

Once again the first price went to an Italian exhibit: Guido Poloniato with The musical hymn in the mosaic of history. The next three places were occupied by 3 Belgian exhibits. This was the 21st edition of the Premio Massari and already the 9th time the winner came from Italy (4 times by Valeriano Genovese, one of the judges on PHILA MUSICA 2019, who won with 4 different exhibits). Also the last winner of the Premio (France 2014), Franz Zehenter, was one of the 4 judges.

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PHILA MUSICA 2019 (EXPHIMO)

Premio Massari (Mondorf-les-Bains, 8-10 June 2019)

 THEMATIC PHILATELY

  • Guido Poloniato (IT), The musical hymn in the mosaic of history – 90% (G)
  • Mark Bottu  (BE), Music, talking with God – 88% (G)
  • Louis Op ’t Eynde (BE), Musica aeterna – 85% (G)
  • Jean-Pierre Suys (BE), From body sounds to sound bodies – 85% (G)
  • Peter Lang (DE), Von Mozart bis Madonna – Die Geschichte der populären Musik – 82% (LV)
  • Rudolf Wagner, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy – Ein besonderes Kapitel der Musikgeschichte – 77% (V)
  • Gerd Hülsenbeck (DE), Der Prozess “Floria Tosca” Puccinis Meisterwerk einmal anders erzählt – 75% (V)
  • Karl-Heinz Büdding (DE), Auf den Spuren von Richard Wagner – Sein Leben, Wirken und Vermächtnis75% (V)
  • Herbert Fenzel, Rund um die Geige – Instrument, Material, Geigenbau, Handel, Musiker – 73% (LS)
  • Arnold van Berkel (NL), Verbotene Musik – 71% (LS)
  • Ortwin Trapp (DE), Pariser Flair, Wiener Walzerseligkeit, Berliner Luft – Glanzzeit der Operette – 71% (LS)
  • Gerd Hülsenbeck (DE), Mit Künstler und Kurtisanen durch Paris – Spaziergänge zu den Handl… –71% (LS)
  • Lino Venturi (IT), Maria Callas from the beginning to the myth – 65% (S)
  • Peter Plüghan (DE), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Das unfassbare Genie – 62% (SB)
  • Peter Ruhnau (DE), “Tschaikowsky, der russische Romantiker” – 52% (B)

THEMATIC PHILATELY (ONE FRAME)

  • Louis Op ’t Eynde (BE), L’Art du Violon – 79% (V)
  • Louis Op ’t Eynde (BE), Op avontuur met de gitaar – 77% (V)
  • Arnold van Berkel (NL), Singing: The story of my life – 75% (V)
  • Peter Lang (DE), Geschichte der Notenschrift – 73% (S)
  • Séverine Robert, Beethovens 9. Sinfonie Hymne der Menschheit – 73% (S)
  • John Moseley, Georg Frederick Handel – His Life and Times – 57% (B)
  • Norbert Amrein, Das Akkordeon – Instrument mit Zungenschlag – 56% (B)
  • Victor Nicolau, “Beethoven, the miracle of music” – 51% (B)

 

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