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conducted by Sharon Eisenhour, Oral history : February 19, 1993.

Author: Seiji Ozawa
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Eugene Ormandy Oral History Collection.
Summary:
Ozawa recollects how he first met Eugene Ormandy, the personal and working relationship that developed between them, Ormandy's influence on his career, Ormandy's qualities as a conductor and person, experiences from early in his career and from conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the "Ormandy Sound" (and Ormandy's practice of using doublings in the orchestra). In this context he also offers opinions and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Seiji Ozawa
OCLC Number: 155901782
Notes: Recorded in Boston, Massachusetts.
Description: tape : 1 audiocassette : analog, stereo, Dolby processed Transcript : 43 leaves

Abstract:

Ozawa recollects how he first met Eugene Ormandy, the personal and working relationship that developed between them, Ormandy's influence on his career, Ormandy's qualities as a conductor and person, experiences from early in his career and from conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the "Ormandy Sound" (and Ormandy's practice of using doublings in the orchestra). In this context he also offers opinions and anecdotes concerning other artists, including Leonard Bernstein, Zubin Mehta, Arturo Toscanini, and Herbert von Karajan.

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