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Fri Mar 21 17:07:59 2014 UTClccn-n800500120.15Walt Disney's Fantasia0.370.97Leopold Stokowski /24788527Leopold_Stokowskin 80050012431891Boleslawowich, Antoni Stanislaw, 1882-1977Stokes, Lionel 1882-1977Stokovskii, Leopol'd.Stokovskiĭ, Leopolʹd, 1882-1977Stokowski, Leopold Anthony 1882-1977Stokowski, Leopoldo, 1882-1977Stokowsky, Leopold, 1882-1977סטוקובסקי, ליאופולד, 1882־1977lccn-n80125008Philadelphia Orchestraprfitrorcmuscmpnc-london symphony orchestraLondon Symphony Orchestrapfrprfitrlccn-n84005866American Symphony Orchestra (New York, N.Y.)prfitrlccn-n80122958Ormandy, Eugene1899-1985cndprfarrlccn-n84202014Walt Disney Pictureslccn-n79021425Bach, Johann Sebastian1685-1750antcmplccn-n50016862Taylor, Deems1885-1966prfnrtlccn-no95021855Walt Disney Home Video (Firm)lccn-n50054908Rachmaninoff, Sergei1873-1943cndprfitrarrcmplccn-n83182794Houston Symphony OrchestraprfitrmusStokowski, Leopold1882-1977BiographyDramaJuvenile worksMusicCaricatures and cartoonsDiscographyHistorySymphonic poemsMusical settingsRecords and correspondenceSuites (Orchestra), ArrangedSymphonic poemsStokowski, Leopold,Conductors (Music)Suites (Piano)Orchestral musicSymphoniesOrchestral music, ArrangedPiano musicOperas--ExcerptsSuites (Orchestra)Music--Instruction and studyOverturesUnited StatesAnimalsMickey Mouse (Fictitious character)MagicWizardsMotion picture music--ExcerptsPiano music, ArrangedConcertos (Piano)MusiciansAnimated film musicOperas--Excerpts, ArrangedConductingSongs (High voice) with orchestraFrance--AuvergneDisney charactersSuites (Chamber orchestra)Variations (Piano with orchestra)BalletsRussiaCanons, fugues, etc. (Piano)Marches (Orchestra)Program musicChildren's songsBallets--ExcerptsConducting--Study and teachingSongs (High voice) with string orchestraPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaFolk musicFolk songs, OccitanMotion picture musicMuti, RiccardoOrmandy, Eugene,Sawallisch, Wolfgang,Philadelphia OrchestraSuites (Organ), ArrangedTelevision music--ExcerptsAmusement parks1882197719001908191419171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220134825660439813785.0924M1001ocn024642980ocn682569958ocn045414690ocn022622522ocn002927094ocn026853890ocn000904698ocn017225276ocn003006956ocn027697458ocn004020434ocn003116416ocn004283239ocn009928857ocn006616977ocn007526975ocn005957295ocn004083544ocn004663689ocn004127620ocn045147779ocn015267601ocn070658376ocn061167029ocn811243627ocn811333103ocn820965631ocn811240077ocn811243970ocn811240066ocn032138881ocn869741740ocn005996232ocn022944190ocn853278910ocn313740878ocn868221077ocn781175994ocn313696628ocn659149967ocn316184499ocn742883838ocn698965498ocn316186097ocn698964767ocn315819986ocn315961636ocn316010436ocn724875144ocn316013273ocn315964928ocn762003956ocn315963721ocn724054910ocn316013498ocn062173234ocn052301558ocn051537260ocn656925963ocn053950895ocn050311276ocn052301567ocn051799602ocn062173003ocn765519116ocn766047726ocn765519086ocn661450168ocn658576372ocn245115515ocn766380192ocn244486123ocn245100954ocn797380773ocn869083559ocn042908550ocn663906112ocn828405630ocn078154066ocn081611965ocn123530516ocn843735740ocn081795488ocn081608288282353ocn024642980visu19400.20Armstrong, SamuelFantasiaJuvenile worksCaricatures and cartoonsDramaFantasy filmsAnimated filmsMusic videosAn extraordinary blend of magnificent music and classic Disney animation, featuring a host of unforgettable images, including Mickey Mouse as The Sorcerer's apprentice9547ocn682569958visu20000.17Fantasia Fantasia 2000Juvenile worksDramaFantasia 2000: The sequel to the classic 1940 film Fantasia, presents a new selection of animated scenes set to classical music. Pieces include: Symphony No. 5 by Ludwig van Beethoven, Pines of Rome by Ottorino Respighi, Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin, Piano Concerto No. 2, Allegro, Opus 102 by Dmitri Shostakovich, Carnival of the Animals, Finale, by Camille Saint-Saëns, The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas, Pomp and Circumstance - Marches 1, 2, 3 and 4 by Sir Edward Elgar, and Firebird Suite - 1919 Version, by Igor Stravinsky66213ocn000855637book19430.50Stokowski, LeopoldMusic for all of us54322ocn002927094rcrd19650.53Ives, CharlesSymphony no. 45332ocn022622522rcrd19900.16Walt Disney's Fantasia+-+020987200632441810ocn032938213visu19930.33Knussen, SueThe art of conducting great conductors of the pastBiographyInterviewsFeatures sixteen of the great conductors of this century in rehearsal and performance. Archival footage complements first-hand recollections of these conductors by some of today's most eminent musicians40725ocn811257828rcrd19400.39Mussorgsky, Modest PetrovichPictures at an exhibitionJuvenile worksMusical settingsMusicSymphonic poemsOrchestral musicLeopold Stokowski and his Symphony orchestra35421ocn020575125rcrd19650.53Canteloube, JosephSongs of the AuvergneFolk musicMOFFO, Anna (soprano). AMERICAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. STOKOWSKI, Leopold (conductor)3458ocn003006956rcrd19610.53Thomson, VirgilSuite from the river the plough that broke the plains : suite for orchestra33614ocn035524065rcrd19870.27Rachmaninoff, SergeiRachmaninoff plays RachmaninoffConcertos,. piano, orchestre,. n 2,. op. 18,. do mineur. Rachmaninov, Sergueï Vassiliévitch42304590. Philadelphia Orchestra, Léopold425033111ocn070658376rcrd20050.37Bournemouth Symphony OrchestraSymphonic transcriptions26814ocn026470950rcrd19630.66Dawson, William LNegro folk symphony22821ocn024660728rcrd19570.15Philadelphia OrchestraWalt Disney's Fantasia2276ocn000904698rcrd19680.56Ives, CharlesThe four symphonies of Charles IvesRecord one Side 1: Symphony no. 1 in D minor ; record one Side 2: Symphony no. 1 in D minor (conclusion); Symphony no. 2 (beginning) Record two Side 1: Symphony no. 2 (conclusion) Record two Side 2: Symphony no. 3 Record three Side 1: Symphony no. 4 (beginning) Record three Side 2: Symphony no. 4 (conclusion). Notes included22517ocn014351077rcrd19580.59Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ DmitrievichSymphony no. 11 "1905"HistoryMusic2181ocn026853890rcrd19920.17The music of Disney a legacy in songMusic2117ocn003080872rcrd19670.63Ives, CharlesThe world of Charles IvesMusic2082ocn043823939rcrd20000.73Looking to the East music inspired by Asia and the Middle East from America's musical pioneers20212ocn029545682rcrd19610.39Stokowski, LeopoldRhapsodiesMusicHungarian Rhapsodies Nos. 1 and 2 (Liszt); Roumanian Rhapsodies Nos. 1 and 2 (Enesco) Philadelphia Orchestra Eugene Ormandy, conductor20215ocn045147779rcrd19730.32Bach, Johann SebastianBach transcriptions8585ocn006304061book19790.29Chasins, AbramLeopold Stokowski, a profileBiography6952ocn008281551book19820.32Daniel, OliverStokowski : a counterpoint of viewBiography5414ocn003362770book19770.35Robinson, PaulStokowskiBiography4671ocn000995095book19740.35Jacobson, Robert MReverberations : interviews with the world's leading musiciansInterviews3913ocn008532006book19820.47Opperby, PrebenLeopold StokowskiBiography3462ocn020493138book19900.66Smith, William AnderThe mystery of Leopold StokowskiBiographyDiscography+-+07188138352352ocn040755240book19990.73The Philadelphia Orchestra : a century of musicHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K7624811061551ocn055699544book20040.88Smith, RollinStokowski and the organBiography+-+48562912061122ocn000942429book19730.70Johnson, EdwardStokowski; essays in analysis of his artDiscography772ocn820958345com20010.79Gould, GlennPablo Casals, Leopold Stokowski radio documentariesInterviews674ocn053890457score20010.94Daugherty, MichaelBells for Stokowski : for symphonic bandMusic341ocn049514300rcrd20010.76Pablo Casals : a portrait for radioInterviews212ocn011121476book19330.95Kowalewski, Edmond"Deaf walls" : poems of Edmond Kowalewski191ocn070984895book20060.97Hunt, JohnLeopold StokowskiDiscography+-+3460486546324172ocn449491534book20090.76Haffner, HerbertGenie oder Scharlatan? : das aufregende Leben des Leopold StokowskiBiography152ocn656425583visu20090.66Slick, WendyVirtuoso the Olga Samaroff storyBiographySamaroff was born Lucy Mary Agnes Hickenlooper in San Antonio, Texas. She would later reinvent herself as Olga Samaroff and become one of America's first and perhaps most famous international female concert artists of the early 20th century. Musically trained by her grandmother, Samaroff later studied in Paris after winning a competition and becoming the first American woman to ever be admitted to the classes at the prestigious Conservatoire de Musique. In 1904, after a disastrous marriage, Samaroff returned to New York, determined to start a new life and begin a concert career. Against her family's advice and on borrowed money, Samaroff hired the New York Symphony and rented Carnegie Hall to give her American debut, a very risky venture in the world of 1905, especially for a woman. A New York promoter also advised her to change her name. Thus against tremendous odds, Samaroff gave an American debut and rose from complete obscurity to become the most successful American woman concert pianist of her time. Overshadowed by her famous husband, Leopold Stokowski, whose talent she first recognized and whose career she fostered, she was at the very center of a vibrant American musical life. Divorced from Stokowski in 1923, Samaroff embarked on yet another career, becoming the only American-born piano faculty member at the new Juilliard School of Music (1924) and commuting faculty member for the Philadelphia Conservatory in 1928. She even launched the first competition for American musicians--the Schubert Memorial--creating for the first time, a venue only for young American musicians to perform and compete. Richard Farrell, William Kapell, Joseph Battista, Rosalyn Tureck, Joseph Bloch, Eugene List, Alexis Weissenberg, and Maurice Hinson are only a few whose talents first found expression under her tutelage131ocn006869364rcrd19710.53Waldheim, KurtSwearing-in ceremony & inaugural address101ocn003144899rcrd19690.56A Leopold Stokowski profile a distinguished conductor describes his musical career91ocn050748757book20020.47Stokowski at 90 : letters of tribute to the maestro on the occasion of his 90th birthday, 18 April 1972Records and correspondence71ocn040390626book19960.47Hunt, JohnLeopold Stokowski, 1882-1977 : discography, concert registerDiscography+-+0209872006324+-+0209872006324Fri Mar 21 15:26:03 EDT 2014batch153259