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|Notes:||Original copy: cassette tape 31; preservation copy: one 10 1/2 in. reel to reel tape 36; service copy: one compact disk CD 036. Preservation and service copies recorded October and November 2000.
Transcript in folder 802.
|Event notes:||Recorded on Oct. 18, 1976 in New York, N.Y. at Oliver Daniel's office at BMI.|
|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 23 leaves. 1 folder.|
He discusses what he learned from Stokowski's ability to create a unique sound in rehearsals, his preparation for rehearsal; his choice of musicians for an orchestra; his modesty; conducting the American Symphony Orchestra; performing Ives' Symphony no. 4; his social relationship with Stokowski; touring Europe with Stokowski; Stokowski conducting the Royal Philharmonic at age 91. Serebrier mentions Dorati, Monteux, Carvalho, Wallenstein, Fausto Cleva, Bernstein, and Szell, as well as Rudolf Serkin, Ruggiero Ricci, David Katz, Vladimir Horowitz, Gunther Schuller, and others.
Daniel's research notes include a photocopy of 1 item from Serebrier to Stokowski in 1968, articles, and clippings, folder 389.