|類型/形式：||Classical music radio programs
|提及的人：||Arturo Toscanini; Adrian Boult|
Ben Grauer; Don Gillis; Adrian Boult; Ludwig van Beethoven
|注意：||Durations: 00:37:50 (music) ; 00:15:35 (Introduction, intermission feature, and conclusion).|
|餘額：||Produced by Don Gillis.|
|表演者：||Ben Grauer, broadcast announcer ; Adrian Boult, interviewee.|
|製作註解：||Broadcast by NBC on May 10, 1967.|
|描述：||1 sound tape reel (53:35) : analog, 7 1/2 ips., full track mono. ; 10 in.|
|内容：||Introductory remarks (Grauer) --
The creatures of Prometheus overture --
Intermission feature with Adrian Boult --
Symphony no. 7, op. 92 in A major / Beethoven --
Concluding remarks (Grauer).
|其他題名：||Toscanini Legacy collection of sound recordings.
Toscanini: the man behind the legend (Radio program)
Centennial program no. 19
During intermission, Sir Adrian Boult, a prominent British conductor of BBC Symphony Orchestra, describes his encounters with Toscanini, who made a series of broadcast recordings with this orchestra and conducted it in performances during a decade prior to the World War II. Boult analyzes maestro's approach to music as a colleague and fellow musician and points to Toscanini's "magnetic power" that enabled him to get orchestra players do their absolute best.