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Toscanini: the man behind the legend. : Program no. 190 centennial program no. 5.

Author: Ben Grauer; Don Gillis; Erich Leinsdorf; Ludwig van Beethoven; Ottorino Respighi
Publisher: Feb. 1, 1967.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Reel-to-reel tape : Multiple forms : Overtures : Symphonic poems : English
Publication:Toscanini Legacy collection of sound recordings.
Database:WorldCat
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Intermission features a distinguished conductor and musician Erich Leinsdorf who first saw Toscanini as a young man in Vienna in 1934 by attending many rehearsals maestro had there. Then one day he stepped in to be an accompanist in a rehearsal, and the two men met. Later, Leinsdorf worked for Toscanini as an assistant for opera productions in the years 1935-1937, and, having moved to New York around the same time  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Classical music radio programs
Interviews
Named Person: Arturo Toscanini; Erich Leinsdorf
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Overtures; Symphonic poems
All Authors / Contributors: Ben Grauer; Don Gillis; Erich Leinsdorf; Ludwig van Beethoven; Ottorino Respighi
OCLC Number: 277227813
Notes: Durations: 00:36:43 (music) ; 00:17:28 (Introduction, intermission feature, and conclusion).
*LDC 37595 is recorded from the production master tape broadcast over the NBC network on 2/1/1967, and *LDC 37596 is an aircheck of WNBC-FM broadcast in New York on 2/11/1967 with additional radio commentary.
Credits: Produced by Don Gillis.
Performer(s): Ben Grauer, broadcast announcer ; Erich Leinsdorf, interviewee.
Event notes: Broadcast on Feb. 1 and 11, 1967.
Description: 1 sound tape reel (54:11) : analog, 7 1/2 ips., full track mono. ; 10 in.
Contents: Introductory remarks (Grauer) --
Leonore overture no. 3 / Beethoven --
Intermission feature with Erich Leinsdorf --
Talk by Elsa Respighi --
Feste romane / Respighi --
Concluding remarks (Grauer).
Other Titles: Toscanini Legacy collection of sound recordings.
Toscanini: the man behind the legend (Radio program)
Centennial program no. 5

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Intermission features a distinguished conductor and musician Erich Leinsdorf who first saw Toscanini as a young man in Vienna in 1934 by attending many rehearsals maestro had there. Then one day he stepped in to be an accompanist in a rehearsal, and the two men met. Later, Leinsdorf worked for Toscanini as an assistant for opera productions in the years 1935-1937, and, having moved to New York around the same time Toscanini did, saw him frequently professionally and socially. Leinsdorf attributes Toscanini's greatest talent to the gift of communicating his excitement to musicians and through them to the public.

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