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conducted by Oliver Daniel, Interview Dec. 9, 1978

Author: William Pearson Fischer; Oliver Daniel
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Oliver Daniel Research Collection on Leopold Stokowski. Folder 158; Folder 585; Box 58, CD 199.
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Fischer discusses how he first got involved with Stokowski and brought him back to Philadelphia for his 50th anniversary season; Stokowski's physical condition toward the end of his life, particularly hypoglycemia, and Natalie Bender's care of him; the conflict with José Serebrier, one of Stokowski's associate conductors with the American Symphony Orchestra; and David Kendig, a fanatical follower of Stokowski.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Oral histories
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Named Person: Natalie Myra Bender; José Serebrier
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Pearson Fischer; Oliver Daniel
OCLC Number: 155861745
Notes: Original copy: cassette tape 158; preservation copy: one 10 1/2 in. reel to reel tape 199; service copy: one compact disk CD 199. Preservation and service copies recorded December 2000.
Transcript in folder 585.
Event notes: Telephone interview recorded on Dec. 9, 1978, Narberth, Pa.
Description: Tape 1 sound cassette : analog. Tape 1 sound tape reel : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 2 tracks, NAB standard ; 10 1/2 in., 1/4 in. tape. Sound disc digital : 4 3/4 in. Transcript 12 leaves. 1 folder.

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Fischer discusses how he first got involved with Stokowski and brought him back to Philadelphia for his 50th anniversary season; Stokowski's physical condition toward the end of his life, particularly hypoglycemia, and Natalie Bender's care of him; the conflict with José Serebrier, one of Stokowski's associate conductors with the American Symphony Orchestra; and David Kendig, a fanatical follower of Stokowski.

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